East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00302
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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. Earle X. Wattle, one of the Clearance Sale at Jilin.,.". -Mr. T, F. Williams, of Daytona, arrived A CUTTING SCRAPE. AMONG THE HOTELS t

ADVOCATE staff, spent the Fourth In In town this morning. -

[And Topics! of General Interest. Jacksonville CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS made ofan A rather serious cutting scrape occur The ADVOCATE I I. now on file al all i
Judge A. D: Penney spent the Fourthat
County Commissioner Jno. R. Miot excellent quality; of Madras. In all the rod on the night of July -lih\ on the train the host hotels l In New York city

THE* ADVOCATE of IndUnoln, was" a pleasant caller at latest styles, former price $l.73; special I Fort Pierce. between Tltiuvtlle and Vtalosplne, a Where to stop along the East Coast

1.50 In advance. this office on Wednesday $1.2.. -1>1'. H. R. Wilson Is keeping """c.'he. small station some seven or right miles house
per annum See list of hotel and boarding
11.00 six months, .. I MEN'S BALBRIGGAN UN D E: It- lor's hall" his family having gone north south of here. It seem that a man, by
Ml Flora Fulton left here Tuesday on 1st and 7th
8 f pages
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. shirts, excellent quality, all sizes, special for a while the name of William had some dlfHcul-

J3T" Refcdlng notice ads.. are ten cents for where St.she Luke's will train hospital for nurse.Jacksonville 23o;) each -Mr. and Mrs. P. Burtlewuii. of Mlooo, ty with !Mr. T. A. U.\blnn l'n, a rltlien, of Before you leave home for Jacksonville
line this MEN'S WHITE GAUZE .LISI.K road the hotel ads. on our 7th page
|per on page. were among tI....'; spending J the FourthIn City Point. Mr. Roblnm wits in the
When you subscribe for the ADVO-- -Extra copies of the ADVOCATE are THREAD undershirts,, long or short Tltusvllle. smoking car, carrying hla llulo m>y In so that you may know where to stay

5 OATH by the year It does not cost you printed weekly for free distribution sleeves worth 78o, special, BOe each his arms and Williams Will standing In
j three cents per week, postage included. among hotels and people In the north. MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS, made of the -Mr. T, T. ""elt"h. route agent of the way of Robinson. Mr Robinson Mr. 0, I). Sonvey, of the Hotel Aspln- I

is best of muslin collarless full the Southern Express ,Co., arrived In wall) Lenox, Mass. ., and Mandolin+ Spring
TUB EAST COAST AOVOOATK on quality asked }William to stand aside a minute, *
Commissioners J. C. Jones
-County hotel Fla. Is another convert to the
|sale ac the following news-stands, at five size, ;worth 73o special /5lo.) town this morning. and It seem that he, Williams, took'of.. ,
Bell In this
oents : and J. F. were town week, card system In registering guest, and +
)\ Titusville-Red per copy Cross Pharmacy. attend the usual monthly meeting of the BOYS' NEGLIGEE' SHIRTS: made of? 'Among the first. to clean their .!tIe- tense and called Itoblnsou some uncomplimentary like others who have adop id the systemhe

.Jaokonvllle-Dllval hotel. Board. an excellent quality of !Madras special walks of woods was Mr. A. J. Semblor. name. Mr. Robinson told enthusiastic its
( ; I III over auooess; 1
Note date of expiration printed upon :40o each. Let other follow his example him he would soo him latur, and proceeded
our paper or wrapper every week. This -Mr. James E. Alexander of DeLand All mall order promptly filled for auy Into the next; oar whore his wife The Seaside' Inn, Goodalt, under tb.mlln.jom.nt .

Is a receipt for your money. No need a former candidate for the office of of the above |$ood.. -The ADVOCATE otrloe w"a" popular was riding, and William followed him. of Mr. Horace J!'. StewartIs

I 'or us to send receipt for subscription. Congressman, was In town on Tuesday JULIUS KLINE resting place for down-rlver visitors' on AS soon as Mr. Robinson hand.ed the doing a better business this summer:
+"' he date gives It to you. and Wednesday.The the -nil than In several .and application
Titusville Fla. child to his mother the two men wont at years,

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red roofs over the ADVOCATE building Meeting of Indian Hirer Lodge No. It "hammer. and tongs," and before they for rooms In this np-to-dste hotel ire i t

rose Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. and store have just received!' a coat -Calif rs from all part. of Indian River (00, F. &. A. M till evening. A full at. could be separated Robinson baIlout fast, lowing' In. Read the ad. on our i l

I -Mr E. V Hall, of Georgians was In paint, J. L. Mobley having had the conS visited this oflice on the Fourth and \I' tendance. requeued.Mr William severely In one or nu>re pluoen. 7th page. l)

bwn yesterday., tract to do the work. were pleated to see them. M. S. Jones, Jr., of Quay was From last reports, Mr. Wllllitm wa The Oriental hotel at :Manhattan

I_We had so many callers at this office -Mr. D. 8t.ClalrNesblt. of Indlannla, -All are cordially Invited to attend'I among thone from down the river' who Improving, and Or. Rollins reports that Bench, N. Y., managed by Mr. Jos. P.Urenvcs ,

) i the Fourth, that a list of them would : ways In town on Wednesday, having come the regular weekly; dance to be given attended the ball In the Opera house, he will recover If no unforeseen complications of Hotel Aloaxar, St. Augustine

|I a column. I to Tltusville to buy a horse. We .acknowledge at the Opera house next Wednesday. Tltusvllle on the 4th., set In. I II now open and! a number of arrival' '
The affair Is one to be regretted as. are already booked. The big hotel has
a pleasant call. evening. -Mr. Casper Mime. late of Jacksonville .
: I Mr. and Mrs Hoffman Allan well Mr. Robinson Is the;, present Fish and been renovato'd throughout The

[Own visitors to Rookledge lire now.In SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND -Remember, If you Intend going now occupies. a ponlllou In the Indian Game Warden lor Brevard county and ground have been Improved considerably .

"'-'tlroore, Md. orders for Hardware, Building Material North the Clyde agent Is In Tltusvllle, River State Uank.TItUMvllle. CH tins many friend along Indian River and the prospect for a big season g

I Etc., to The Geo. II. Fernald. and he can two ure your tickets and per Is glad to return to his old hvnie. Mr. Williams Is connected with the turpentine are exceedingly bright.
The Fourth was a delightful; day In
Hardware Co., Sanford Fla. berth*.. -Mr. L. C. Brannlng/ agent of the JI'. camp south of Tltusvllle and I I.
and there was nothing to mar
Q itusville
Red Lion Inn, Stockbrldge Mas ,
H well known to the of this
ttfe pleasure of the people. -The report of Brevard County Com- -Mr. Wm. 1'raetorlu returned from E. C. Railway Co., at' Tltusvllle, I I. on not people
managed by Mr. Allen T. Tread way, ha
section. ,
missioners' meeting did not reach this his trip to Connecticut the end of lat the sick list, and M I r. Frank Wright of .
. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and Report to hand, yesterday, says Williams opened;: this season with larger'patron/
baa wlillv.Mr.
office until nearly two o'clock yesterday week. DeLand taken hla place for a .
Trinity spent the Fourth at Eau Game, Is much better, and Is on th. road age than ever before In the history of
late to it In for
tb if r. and Mrs. Oeo. F. Paddlson. afternoon this issue., too put type -Mrs. W. S. Branutng after a pleasant I E. L Brady, of the grocery firmof to recovery. the house. On Saturday of last week

r visit with relatives at Mlddloburg E. I. Brady Bro., Tltusvllle left; Mr. 'Treadwayhe proprietor, entertained .
-Tbe large number of people in town
B -Mrs. J. P. Turner of New Smyrna and other place, returned home In time here for Miami on Tuesday night, to one hundred and fifty guest
the Fourth shows that newspaper ad. EAST COAST NORMAL
i a former popular resident of Tltusvllle for the Fourth. look after MM Dade county Interests sod The house opened this year a week ; t
ertlslng. It certainly brought the
pays. accompanied by'bin Cleveland of Mer- -The Ladle Progressive Club will to greet bill many friends In the Magic TITUSVILLE.The ( earlier than usual and did not close last

ritt pleasant callers on the ADVoCATE until time In December. '
people.Mrs. were City. year some
meet at the residence of Mrs. E. B.
Is C. I. Wright and daughter, on the Fourth.Mr. -Mr. Silas B. of De La.. Htnte school authorities have decided
who have been Wager, South TltnsyllIe. on Monday Wright, .. apro'nlnent Mr. C. W. Rlpley,formerly of DeLand, t
C. ,
Ira. L. Brannlng
J. Reed a prominent resident of afternoon. \ Insurance agent stopped; oil to locate a Summer Normal School Fla.,opened The Slpplcao, )[Marion Mas*.,
visiting Green Cove
relatives at Springs Indlannla'was among the pleasant call here, yesterday for several hours for at Tltusvllle, to begin on Monday, July last A number of i
Saturday. guest are
last week -Mr. E. F. Brltton of the Star force
turned home the end of .
i en at this office on Tuesday, when he who spent the 4th at Seabreeze with his the purpose of peeing his son, the acting llth 100-1) to continue eight weeks, endIng already there, add the booking promise

#-:Mr. J. G. Bennett and sister of New left for Daytona. Like a great many wife. returned to the Sembler Cottage on agent of the F. E. C, Railway at till just prior to the Fall examinations, a most prosperous season for this well-

. fork, who have spent many winters at others he planked down his $l.t>0 for Monday night. place .\11''. Wright left for Miami last I.which "begin on Heptembnf nth, known resort. Mr. Rlpley keeps a house ( r

nookledge.. are now spending the sum- the ADVOCATK.Mrs. :. night. Prof. C. V. Waugh will be principal, that I. but little affected by the vlclsoltudo -

TOer at the Klamesha Inn, Klamesha N. M E. Webber who left here for agent-Mr.of T.the II.F.Parrott E. C.,By.traveling, was a passenger freight -Mr. and Mrs W.. W. Carter, of the and The Miss reputation Hattie Carpenter of the instructors Militant.I la a of the money market for his patron

:r.' Daytona some time ago spent, a few days on Wednesday's southbound train, Halifax Printing Ilbuse and Mrs. ):II"n. of good work and this consider the odniervatlve summer

. P1-Our editor society editor and local 10! Tltusvllle this week holdlhg her old 00 his way to Jenson.Mr. wood and son, Leon, all of Daytona lure Institute guarantee afford an excellent opportunity comfort of'rh.Si ppiuan, and the delightsof

(importer, were busily engaged on ,the position In the store of Mr. Chas. A. spent the Fourth In Tltusvllle. They Marlon almost as Indispensable a*
teacher and advanced
i)!Fourth entertaining callers and "keep. Gardner, during the latter'a temporary .. Arthur Lapham, owner of one came down In the Wotan and Yankee for the pupils habitual home necessaries
of Brevard county to "
secure superior .
of the finest dairies on the East Coast
ling track" of all the amusements In Indisposition.Dr. Doodle with Dr. Houghton's houseboat, i
understand that the
We magnificent
came up from Coioa: on Wednesday, returning Demos In tow. training
9 own. F. II. Houghton of Daytona home the same day. Ample arrangements have. been made White Mountain hotel, the Mount Washington

-Mr. Harry Wilson of the ADVOCATE arrived with his houseboat Dentos, on -Mlsse* Maud and Myrtle WlUard.( ol with the hotel and boardlbg house to I ,.managed, by Messrs. AndeasonA

taff, accompanied by Mrs. Wilson left the; Fourth and attended the ball In the -Capt. C. F. Fischer started hi* mall Miami were in Tltusvllle on the Fourth secure comfortable board, and our Board Price of Hotel Ormond will open

1. i 'n Saturday for Fort Pierce, and spent OPera bouse.- The Doctor baa had his contract between Tltusvllle, Canaveral, en route to Sarasota, where they will of Pnblla Instruction will pay half the July 11, four day ahead of the announced

' he Fourth with relative and friends at louse-boat hauled out on Nelson's ways I Nathan and Artesla on Saturday last, visit their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs board of every teacher of Brvvard connty opening to accommodate the

at place.Mr. for' repairs, and he expects to be In towna : and up to this date he has made some M, 11. Wyatt While In Tltuavllle they who may attend. This concession will fathering of the nutomobtllsts who take

of the couple of weeks or so successful runs The Captain I I. an old were the guest of another unole and also be made to any resident of the part In the great contest\, The Climb to
r L. -Thursby, brother navigator and a popular one, and we aunt, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Hall. } "
county who may attend this Normal the( Clouds, on the Mt. Washington Carriage
Emma Thursby has Mrs. Julius Kline and
moue singer daughter wish him In his mall trip I
i every success and at the approaching September examination ( !Road July 11 to 14&, and the ensue
ft his orange grove place at Merritt.d Leona, left here on the early train yesterday to and fro.WHEN County Commissioner R. A. Conk- I
gone to New York to visit his sister en route tQ Jacksonville and ling was a pleasant culler\ at this oftloe secure ft teacher' certificateof ing day of touring which they are to
YOU WISH TO DRIVE call, the lint or second grade. make en masse the famous resort
lie said he bad been out In
r a few months.Capt. from there to New York to spend a yesterday
the Tltuvllle at of It. F.. MIM of the mountains and through the most
upon Livery rear the surrounding tbs ,
and Mrs. Orlando Quarterman couple of months or so with relatives.Mr. country examining
Robblo law office for a stylish, up- I County Supt. noted defile, vlnltlng. notably the Glen
land and he had not better
I the call- Kline I. now boarding at; the Sem- seen any
Chester Shoals were among
Mrs. bler Cottage whose ad. will be found to-date rig. Leave your older for land. on the East Coast for the growingof or Plnkham Notch Crawford Notch and

rl,I' arterman at this office returned on Wednesday.to Tltusvllle on on our 7th page.: all kinds of double and single: hauling. \ peach.. than that In the neighbor W* are adrjsed that Prof. Waugh. be- Pranoonlfi: or Profile Notch.

Feed and sale at able a specialty.J. hood of Tltusvllle. Mr. Conkllng:, a* an log unable "to meet the appointment.
esday from a visit to Lemon City -Mr. Wro. isle Brown, who returned
M. OSBAN, Tltusvllle Fla. old peach grower; knows what he i Is I Prof. John D. Teeter bas been appointed CAPTIVE 'QATOR LAYS.
ami. to Miami. from a trip to New York came
-Mr. J. C. Little partner of the late talking about. principal to conduct the Tltusvllle Normal -
I Mr. J. W. Bruner and little up to Tltusvllle to spend the Fourth ;
D.Y.. )Monroe In the turpentine business -Mr. F W. of An alligator at Whitney's laid a litter
and after attending the b.ll. returned to Lyman Georgtana.ays!
who to ,
I ghter, of Georgiana, came np arrived Prof Teeter' friends! will be pleased to
Tltusvllle Jacksonville
In from
1 ind the Fourth were pleasant callers Miami on the night; train. He also visited "I hand you $1.60 for the ADVOCATE of thirty-six egg last Friday, and In accordance
a know of his appointment and bU repu-
his beautiful orange grove where the Tuesday accompanied by Mr. W. I to June IDOfl.\ I take Chicago Record- with the maternal Instinct; of
a b this ught( office ua a basketful on Monday of; fine mangoesthe trees are loaded to the ground with T. Cow lea, for the purpose of makingan I 'Herald (dally,) Springfield Mann., Repub atlon as an Instructor teaching will for assure all who us of hose great Heard*, dug hole and burled
good practical may
which the editor fruit. Mr. Brown will have an (immense Inspection of the turpentine camp In Mean 1! (weekly) and Florida Agricultural- them Mr. Whitney,, hopeful that all
variety, attend school. Ml** Hattle "
e staff crop of oranges to ship the coming sea this section. Mr. Little has rented the I I lit That I I. enough newspapers for ray our summer of the egg will hatch He Intend to
appreciated. will be previously
assistant a
son. small building near Carruthers' barbershop ts7 I -year-old eyes. But I must have the make a specialty of hatching alligators

Cot J. Frank Budd a whole-aouled from Mr. Fred )F. Taylor, wblch 1 local I paper and for the facilities you certainly announced.__ on hi* farm. 1.
manufacturer of Burlington N. J., -Prof. and Mrs. Edwin K. Mscy (to be will open. an office for D. W. :Monroe 1 make a god; paper. Winning / Five alligators, purchased from a bunter -

pansenger on the southbound train whom we referred In the last Issue of A Co. We welcome Mr. LIttle toTitusvllle. you succes*." -Mr. and Mr*. George/ Hanford and were added to the snurlsn"pen on

[ of last week, fa route' to Fort the ADVOCATE:), the principal and assistant family have moved Into their\ recently Saturday lant-Ht. Augustine Record.
"Ia where he has bought some valu- principal of Lamar ((3.: C.) Graded -On Monday afternoon, Miss Annie >urcba* d cottage south of the Indian

The Colonel suffered con- school were pleasant caller at; this of- Sheriff Drown was on the lookout I.Jones, of TUnsvllle left for the World1 liver hotel.
vs- last Thursday, for Jim lard, a negro j Fairt.I.orzia.I To Orange Grower.
'fromCharleston : At Titoulllo .heJ"lne.1
fice on Wednesday, having come
4rably with rheumatism when be first /'
Misses Kate and Stewart
and '
who I I. well known In this section
and then Mr. S. O. Fltt and lIsa Dora Dearborn, -
to Jacksonville
came to Indian River and be says he In ; of this place, accompanied their uncle,
who Is for a cutting
wanted engaging
nor feels like a new man. Colonel Budd down the St. Johns river to Sanford, via weeks I of Miami. Miss Dora 'Is a native of TltuavHlo Mr. 1C. D. Stewart to Brantlsy on Wednesday Under our plan we can save you moneyon

t a&ea pleasure In becoming a subscriber Clyde steamer They left, Wednesday at Vero, some ago. DeputT daring I but left here for Dade county morning. your CITRUS TltEF.S, with the best
C. Glbort went to Rockledge
''the ADVOCATE. Our list of nbscrib"Vr afternoon for their summer home at acme I years' ago. Miss Lizzie Townsend reputation behind them a* a guarantee

*along the East Coast Is increasing( Malabar. the afternoon and on going to the I niece of Mr. .JI'ltta. was to join them at of their being true to name, np to use,

"weekly. I II. Julias Smith place where some .work' Montgomery Ala., and all were to proceed Are You Oolntf North / and clean, healthy and well rooted.:

Ilrlcklayer and I'Ja terer. wa la progress, found hi* man and together to St. Louts, where they: Our trees are grown on high pin

IJ. II. Walker & Co.'s Sale. brought; him up and placed him In the I pected to be on Weil nesday. W* hope Do Dot fall to get your ticket via the' I.nd. and are suitable for transplanting
till the next train to 71-
Will be located at Eau Caill after town tl1nl11e.-Coooa lockup News.Uardner's they will have an enjoyable time at the popular Clyde Line' from the agent, into any kind of soil. We h>ve over

!aANITAIRE July; 5th. Write for estimate for work. .. Fair '\ 100,000) buds In stock: and will give youa
'The Latest In ENAMEL BEDS, See ad. page 8. Tiron. F. KELLEY. C. II. WALT03T, liberal discount on order for fall
flyers. Hefrljferator. Tltusvllle Fla.
fin: the following Shade : White and planting. There Is nothing so good a*

doll Ivory and Gold Nile and Gold We Have Them. Saturday; and Monday 't iISIackumltli our CONNER'S:! PROLIFIC GRAPE-

ycle and Gold. die. Lawn "re. Also 10c. Lawn at 7 Jo. for Sale or Exchange, for smaller size, and Machine Hhup. FRUIT.

'''t1"'ounholce.l8.ro.. : Shipped. Prepaid Pt. Mason Fruit Jar*. 1 doz. 63 cents : Butterfly Klmona Handkerchief lOc. Household Refrigerator 48x34: Iz2'i:' Inches Write for our New Catalogue', which

any point within one hundred miles Qt. Mason Fruit Jln.l doc. 73 cents Medallion, new lot, 6fc. per doz. almost new, 'perfect order, coat Blacksmith and Wheelwright Machine will be ready for delivery early In Jane.

O. K. Prince Stove. . $4.00 Double Rice Boiler, 09 and 75c. $.M); will sell for $20. TUB OCKCAWAIIA.'X0BBHIK: :",

TUusvtlle.JOHN R. WAI.KXB fc Co.rTItnsville O. I{. Queen Mtov. 11.00 .I Furniture, Dry Goods Shoe O. f. PADDISOX, Works: and Hone Shoeing don In flrstUM i (0. W. Conner, Proprietor,)

Fla. JAMES FiurcHAan A 8os. I C.... A. GAKDXBB, Tltusvllle Fla. Utf:; Eau Gallic, i'la. style W. H. SWAIX A Co. I tf Tangerine, Fla.




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tree ana< Wafers GENERAL DIRECTORY.
f to convey the explosive to the desired TRACKLESS RAILWAY. r Irving' Buchu

Accepted Masons. pot. Referring to fbe numerous cases DUST SPRAYING. Are a true remedy for all kidney; disease ----

of suppuration of wounds caused by Hovel ''L'.* 11.1.. Ce>..trveed .yfa. r from Its most simple' form-pain In tbe U. B. SENATORS.

+ 1 pieces of clothing entering with fragments ....lm Com ..ltr I. P....... A. .......rl Prewvws For Making the back to Us worse and very dangerous J. P.'tataferro...........'..... ... JacVsonvlIle
Dry Burdoaax ".wol... We 8. R. Mallory..... ........ .... ....Pensacola.
of shell Dr. Wada suggest that United 'States Consul Longer at Solingen. CODdltloDrlght. disease. meanit CONGRESSMEN

; a Indian No. 90 every government make It the rule of Germany reports to the department I The dust spray last season came Into when we say they will had cure you confidence and we Robert W. Davis U. 8.................. .... ...Palatka.B. .
would not
not If
and there we
prominence In every Indica- .ylt ...
River sir Titus*!!., the navy that shall when have a flgut his la expected well of that commerce and labor at Washington Is beIng tion that Its use will be extended this ID them which Is the direct result of Wm.. M.B. Lamar:.:::::::::::: '::::. :::'Montlcefo.Tampa:
every man body a trackless railway
their In oases
our knowledge of cures OFFICK.
there U. S.
While has been IOmedlrterl'Dl't' .
., Lodge. HV \ Florida. washed and his clothes disinfected. erected by the eornmunlty Mannheim ye r. of that seemed almost. hopeless.. Sold; at H:S. Chubb... ......... .. ....... .... ....Reirlster.W. .. .
Hold Its the second and fourth Frl- "Happily It Is the rule of the men of which will be the first of its opinion) ns to tbe efficacyand 50o<< a box by Red Cross Pharmacy U. Itoblnson... .. .. ..... .Receiver.USloes .
meeting Florida.
certainty compared with the Onmeiivllle, '
day of each month a" their room Indian Hirer our army and navy always to go Into 'kind In Prussia. It will run from at
li Hotel.Titus'Ilia,M 7:30 o'clock p. m. battle In their newest and cleanest Mannheim to Lnngenfeld about two liquid spray, there la none as to Its WHEN TO SOW CROPS. I FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
T. H. .Hauders, Worshipful Muter.F. greater convenience.. It has found E. N. Dlmick Palm Beach........ ., ,. .Senator.
This sanitary -
uniforms. la not because of and a half with two short
.A. Morgan Senior Warden. 'miles W. H. Jones,TitusvSle.Repn.entatlve.
M. 8. Hunan,Junior Warden.! considerations, but It works the brunches Intended for freighting purposes. much favor tn. Missouri orchards and V..a. Or..... V..C..bl. E.... MayBe EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

J. M. IMxon,TMamirer. right way all the same." Put la Lt" With Good Re..l s. Wm. S.Jennings.. .. .......... .... .. ...Govetnor.H. .
J.: H.:Walker ttanreury. By H. M. COTTRELL Karma Experiment Clay Crawford, ...... .....,Secretary of state.
J. O.Black, For lying close
Chaplain. entering farm yards Station. W. V. Know....... ... ... .. Treasurer..Tames
r.M.Taylor Senior Deacon. and flexible .. .. .. Attornej-Ueneral.
Deaoon.C. to the road a connector cable B. Whltfield
R. E. Mlum, Junior
A Mice, Domesticated Fourth. ( Cowpeas may be sown as late as Public
Sheat..Supt. Instruction.
H. ftenlr.r Steward.A. In length will W. N.
Walton fifty to feet
.A. Junior ttteward. The destruction of life and property seventy Aug. 1, with a prospect of a fair crop B. E.McUn '.... .Commlselouer Agriculture.AlonsoC. .
I'r' Stewart be used to transmit the current to the (Croom.... .... .. ........ Comptroller.J. .
I'..W.Roneits, Trier.F. >ta...,hal.fORDKK to say nothing of the loss of finger, each If we do not have early frosts. List .Clifford R. Foeter,.. .. .. ..AdJntant-Oeneral.
M. Woolen. motor When these trains
car. pass .. .......
shallow and drill In the furrows one- John Bradford.... ... Burve)or-ftencral.
thumbs ears eyes and other component other one will remain standing under R. E. Rase State Chemist.
half bushel per acre sowing the Whippoorwill .Ohloee it.Tallahassee
i } or KASTEHX STAR. parts of tbe American small boy.; the wires and disconnect its current ,Florida.
variety.If .

!lit j In FrloiidNhlp the' 'Miwnnlo Chapter Loilg'o, room No. 11,,Wldn Tltunvll' It*] meetings, on tlie resultant. upon our pyrotechnic and ex until the other has passed.. the season Is favorable early amber II. Mabry SUPREME.........COURT... .... ....Chief Justice

time ami third TiiasiUys lu each month at Tiao' plosive celebration of1 the gce-lortoua Farmers' wagons can be attached to Kaffir broad F. B.Carter. .. ....... ... .. Aisoclate, Justice.
sorghum or corn sown
.' Ij Chaptersrpl following are the ottloers of the :Fourth of July 1* little less. than appalling the end of the train provided the ordinary cast one bushel per acre will furnish n.P.Tsylor.: .. .... ..... ....... "

when taken In the aggregate. tongues are replaced by shorter .- -- If aajate 1, RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.
I $ Mn.M. A. Borlmeeour',.W. M. coupling tongues. Five or six double r pasture sown a. Aug. Jefferson B. Browne, chairman,.. .. Key West
1 r F. A. Morgan W. P. 80 great has the destruction grown Rape sown as late ns Sept. 1 will R. Hudron Burr..... .... .......Little River.
Mina 1 Zamfie ;Htewart Amtwlate. AI, trips at the rate of eight to ten mile furnish for hogs. Sow dwarf J.M.Bryan.... .. .. .. ...... Klsslmmre.
( Mr M. R. Wilton Secretary.. that for some years there baa been s per hour will be made dally. on sched- pasture R.O. Dunn clerk' ",. ... ..........Maalson.HeMiquarters .
_ John M.DIxon, Treasurer.Mia moro or less organized movement to do Essex rape fire pounds per acre broad- and offices at Tallahassee, .'Ia,
Kate nle time.
9i j : Htewart, Conductress.
Mn. J. Kline, Associate Cun. away with the more violent features : Consul General Cole at Dresden BOX FOR 81FTI1 X.IMK. cast or three pounds per acre drilled. It* CIRCUIT COOKT.

1! I Mm. J. R. Walker Ruth. of : other part' of the middle west. A desideratum will do to feed In six weeks after seed Minor 8. Jones, Tltinvllle,.... .'..,Circuit Judg*.
d, f Mm 0 eo.W.IikKhl.! ,Ada. toy pistol akyrocket and firecracker Germany report that experiments: also ..'. .
Ing. An will pasture ten to twenty J. D. BoKKR. Orlando. ".ecutlnjr Attorney,
Mr..J. L. Carrntbors, Martha.Mrs this : Dresden with boa been to obtain a dry acre Term-Fourth
patriotism. So far movement baa have been made near Bprlnjc Monday March.
I Oeo. M. Robtilns, leather.Mn : hogs and as seed costs only. 10 to 13: firm
bordeaux containing the Fall Fourth Monday In October.
tIe 1 ;: F. A. Morgan, Marshal bad little or no result. It remained ; rallies electric roods but It seems powder copeper -
C'' MI..If.Walton 111.0....I.......* that the lines did not prove a marked In the mime chemical tate as In cents per pound the cost la light. Rape BREVARD COUNTY! C<'URT.A. .

W4 O. Wa Sentinel for Chicago td take a step In relation to of the liquid preparation. Professor Bird U a fair pasture for cattle but some .D.Penney.... ..... ...........County Judge.D. .
Mn T. T. Weiinure the celebration of the :Fourth success from a financial point view ..... .. ... .
coming station has dry feed must be given with It to prevent LtOanlden, ProercutingAttlrne
J L. of
Carrutliers,chaplain.: the experiment
partly because locate) at point where A. A. fitewsrt....... ... County Clerk:
that may be the forerunner of some the travel was sparse and partly because explained his process! for arriving at scouring. It takes- a heavy frost Spring Tenn-Second Mond"r.ln May.

practical reform. In a word, that city ; this result. to kill rape.Turnips nmnier Term- _In August
of tbe expense In operating. Fall Term-Second Monday November., I
propose to municipalize the celebration Materials used, for seventy pounds of should also be sown largely Winter Tenu-.Second: Mouday February.

to organize it Into a public function I Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble the .stock powder are four pounds of as the seed Is cheap and if a crop Is COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

properly officered and guarded.The and Don't Know it. copper ,sulphate four pounds of good cecured the turnips will save a great R. E. Mime Superintendent.Bonaventnre: .
quicklime two and a half gallons of deal of other feed needed for the cattle. Members: J M. Dixon chalrm.n.Titavllle;
city expects to spend 9300,000) )( and R.N. Andrews. Cocoa; J. K >ultaBprueeblult. I
How To Find Oat. and hogs
water In which to diimolre the copper young stock
ERIUDSmmm by keeping the celebration under control Fill a bottle or common glass with your sulphate] and two and H half Billions of We have not hud success with late COUNTY" COMMISSIONERS. '
It to save life and It Invites water and let it stand J. R. Walker chalrniau Tttnsvllle; John RMint
,' 1y 1 money. : twenty-four hours; I. water which is to be applied to the sown, millet but If the fall should be Indlnnola; R. A. Conkllnit, Tllloian;John
trio dPr"d"'ai' tho boys to the parks, playgrounds and or set quicklime which has been sifted fine. damp and cool millet would make n C. Jones, Quay 11. F. Nell, White City. Regular ;
ar sessions are held dret Monday In each month
0 specllled vacant lots and furnishes the condi Break up into small! lumps seventy fair crop. I

: 1 firecrackers.. At each rendezvous there the kid. eighty pounds of quicklime and spreadit Wheat oats and rye will furnish a BRKVARU COUNTY OFFICERS. I
I A. I>. Penney,Tttnsrtlle.County. Judge ,
will be In attendance a policeman a ; It stains ; out so that It will become air slaked. large amount of pasture If the seasonIs D. LtOhuiduD, Tltuiville;. .., .... Pros A n'y.' '
t tOur fireman doctor with his kit. Usedimant It Is When slaked and perfectly dry sift It favorable and while these crops are A. A. Stewart Tltusvllle.. .. ..,.Connty('Perk. I
<< a surgical )
J. F. W.M.ten.C..cOll.. ... .. .... Tax AsgasurE. "
a member of the IlllmilH naval reserve \ cf kid I through a flue sieve of 100 meshes to in good condition cattle will do well on -ioIITltnevllle..TaxCoileotot ,

too other food than Tltusvllie, ... ..'
; the Inch. Put the sulphate In a them without any John Henry Treasurer. 1
money winning book.i'v and a schoolteacher. The lays will be desire to his. R. E. Minis. Bonavecture. .. Bnpt. liib. ln.t.
tellIl I course bag and bung It in the two and straw. A farmer pastured dairycows .
written by men who knoW encouraged to nuike all the noise they In J. (). Fries, Tl unvllle. County Surveyor
all about pain a half gallons of water until dissolved. on outs and sold during the fall J.P. Brown;Tltusvllle.. .... Sheriff.
you .but will lx dlHHiiaded from blowing Is also W. S. 1ituille...ReietrationOifcea >
can wortli of milk for each acre of oats Norwooij
convincing proof that the and blade Pour gradually two and a half gallons $7
F Potex.sh' off their holds. and hoods or other. der are out of order. kidneys I of water over four pounds of good pastured, the cows having no other TITUSVIIJK!' : TOWN' COUNCIL. +
; wine n A. Frn.r.iiinvnr. Van Wormy' murshsl 1 and
mutilating their persons. What to Do. quicklime In such to slakeIt feed. .
a manner as taxcoll..ctori I K. fe,.Minis Jr., clerk nod treasurer
t They are needed by every man After the explosives have spept their There !la comfort In the to the finest powder and give a good Both cow peas and second growth John Henry tax .'(....""rl J. R. Walker
who own a field and a plow, and I often expressed. that, Dr. Kllmer's milk of lime alfalfa make good pasture In dry F.' A. l a organ. L. A. Brody' P. J H..II and J. L.
force there will be concerts In the public soltitlpn"
Carruthers. council Ibe council meets
the most out tin
desires to
who get swamp-j
1A 9' or the,". parks by tho'DI.tlollal guard bands, wlah Roo., In the great kldne/ remedy Put sixty pounds of air slaked lime weather; we would not dare to postUI'Utbem lint Tuesday In each .....nth.
curing rheumatism
i Send postal card. pain In u shallow box: where It can be work.' when damp. If wo needed It we TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRAI>E.
TbeaaMArN a grand promenade on Michigan avenue back kidneys, liver. bladder and
'4 KALI: WOUKS every part I ed over with a hoe. Pour the milk of would pasture our soy bonus and Katfir O.I\I.Uublh'b. |presideutl. J .'. M. Dixon, treasurer .
of the
I Hew Y....-.S Heave: .-.. and displays! of municipal fl reworks. urinary pasaa: e. It corrects Inabillf" that more can be J. n. Host. secretary. :\le.t.oe'ol,1ed.- '
lime and solution at corn, feeling sure
hold copper
: to water and scalding pain in passing nusoay. tight In each month at their moms.FREE .
AOwtei a.-.14 a. B.wa> St. It, or bad effects following use of liquor. the same time Into a third vessel and got out of these feeds croon; than dry
1 Thin plan ban attracted attention wlnj orb ear, and overcomes that unpleasant stir until thoroughly mixed when it holds Irs .
Indlun River Lndgtu: l. nieetliiRHtl'Hsiicond .
throughout the entire country and Incase necessity of being compelled to go often will have a deep blue color and be The Tv o KliMU."The Hnd/ luunt. (Friiln.v evenhiei" i>r each

I i ib' It proven a success Is liable to be during the day and to get up many: times thick. Put this Immediately Into a double great art of conversation Is to month, at their 'lunge loom" Iiulian .River hotelat .. '
l the 701': o'clock p u>, J. L.CarruII. .", W. M.I;
during The mild and the "
a F ; adopted by other cities and communities. night. extraordinary flour bag filter squeeze out most tempt other people to talk. F. A, Morgan| Seo'r.ORDER :

a t A DEADLY EXPLOSIVE. realized. effect It stands pf the Swamp.highest: oot for Its la won-soon of the water and empty the wet blue "Yes. but some peopleneed to beheaded OF EASTERN STAR.

The Chicago News says. : derful cures of the most distressing cases.If material at once into the sixty poundsof ott-ClncJnllo'U Tribune. Friendship Chapter,N o. 11, holds' Its meAtlnc I
( air disked lime and work It In the Ma' onlo room. Tltusvllle, on toe
need medicine up so
f Probably the change to quieter and you a you should have the California rune first''Tuesday in each month 3:30o'clock: p. m.i,
c i Fearful Effect of Powder Uatd more rational methods of celebrating In. best. Sold by druggists In SOc. and$1.l sizes. that It will be well distributed. If too sad the tblid Tuesday In each month at 7:30:
I I' I dependence day will have to come grad You may have a sample bottle of this moist add more lime. Cure liver disease and all stomach o'clock ti. m. The 'uilowlnjt are the of leers of

In Japanese Shells. I ually and as a result of the growth of wonderful discovery .- While still somewhat damp rub troubles: they act gently but ,ninety the Mr.lodgo.J. I.. Csrruthers t Mrs. B. K., worthy Wilson tmtion worthy i Mlsr matron Kate;

aantlmpnt against present method If a and a book that tells ;y' through a coarse sieve made of stout strengthen the bowels 'nnd stimulate Stewart A..l\lalr..n j Mrs.lIl. A. Bcrltngeiiur, +
publlo celebration of the kind now planned more about It, both sent 1111 them to health action. 100 Wafeis 25o Secretary; Mr. J.M. nlaon.T..ureri: Mr.
i will hasten the change by demonstrating 1, 4 I wire gauze have at Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. Julius Kline Conductress; MlsZamlle I Stewart,
I ; MEN LITERALLY BLOWN TO :PIECES / how attractive newer ways of absolutely free by mall j ing twenty-Ove A..n.l'.n.I..1; Mrs. leo. W. Scoble. Ada; Mrs.
celebrating can be made It will have served add {Us Dr. Kilmer dt: Rome of Sw.rnp-anoa meshesto J.L. rarruUu-rs, Ih11 Ii; Mr... leo M. Robbins,
usuful Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men. to thirty EHtbers IMnt.\. F. A. Morgan, Martha; .
a purpose. Warder
f0LEY5i10NEYANDTAR Mites fclecta ;Mrs John R. H Hiker,
the Inch| using f > ;
tion this offer this
reading generous In paper. Mr. F.A. Morgan D. Wad, gtag..rg.un of 4h > Japanese The Cleveland Plain Denier says that the wooden ;
Cure* Ooldsi Prevent Pneumor'x I more Sentinel; Mr. ( has. 11. W..lton.lllarahal.
j Navy Iteporta That lie K.. the Chicago method is "worthy of Imi block to rub It

i y I tmetoil One Hundred unit Twenty- tation" anti recommend that it be tried through if necessary.

) three Fruicnivnta of Shell. From a In Cleveland. The sifter MISSING WORD CONTEST.

tl nnaaian Bailor U....,.. The Chicago movement la a reminderof fits over a
BLACK "box which Is
the figures collected lust year by the
$ The terrible force of Shlmose pow. about 8 by 3 by PRIZES offered for
American Medical association showing
: dcr..the new explosive used by the 8 feet! Then 101
that ..,-. It!> deaths and Injuries resulted
;' Japanese army and navy, IN shown by DRAUGHT spread the material the correct solution.
from the celebration of July 4, 10O3 In out to dry
i, the report of Dr.Vadn, a stuff surgeon
the country at large. and when
; of the JapanvMO who assisted In per
+ a navy There were 41H deaths duo to lockjaw STOCK and fectly dry sift Tropical Manufacturing Co.. manufacturers of the great health
i caring for the wounded Itutwlan sailors COARSE SIEVE AND
Drink METTO. will all prizes. The contest to
for which the toy pistol was responsible. through a fine pay open
i from the cruiser Varlag says a London mesh WOODEN BLOCK. All. It's free to You
Injury sieve
K Other forms of mortal I
cable dispute to the Chicago Tribune. .
POULTRYMEDICINE crushing all lumps. All except the
took I Twenty-four wounded sailors were sand which Is In the four pounds of FIRST PRIZE.To .
persona who wore nmdt blind 75: who
i cared for on the French emitter Pascal quicklime should go. through the fine the first one sending In the correct answerjwe will give a (ht'auIJrul.liCe81ze '
lost ono 04\ who lost!! hands arms
for four dujFrom one of the wounded eye sieve. picture In gilt frame entitled "Purity." .

men l'-U: pieces of Japanese shell or legs/ 174' who lost fingers and 3,070 This mixture will keep Indefinitelyand which Is symbolical of Motto the Trent( health drink
who received other Injuries.It benefits all and contains no dope or harmful drugs.
extracted. third
were and have few contains about three and a

J i t The largest, piece' showed that the would deem that some reform Idalmolutely trouble Stock which poultry are not bow!>.l and times as much copper per gallon as Is To the next a. . . . . . . . . . :1.00 each f
5. %. . . . . . . .1 quart Metto each
y 1 outer walla. vC the shell were hot more and the inunlclpnllzatlou irregulartie! Blaok-I contained In liquid bordeaux. It
necessary, liver may an! . . . . . . . 1.2 pint Metto each
j,, j' time tbrec-i'tirhths of an Inch thick and plan appears sensible and Druught Stock and Poultry Medi be diluted with powdered lime or flour ;0. . . . . . . .1 Metto Ticket each''P "I
had been lived !ruin nothing smaller practical cine is> a bowel and liver remedyfor or!. may be used In this way. If 130

I i than six loch gunx. Nothing but a stock. in It puts perfect the condition organs of I pounds of ate slaked lime or an equal IT'S... .........YOUl I
high explosive could smash a strong digestion a I volume of Hour la added to seventy
j t Hovlno Tuberculosis.It Prominent American breeder and PfOPLE..KNOW: A GOOD.........WHEN THEY... .....IT ARE
..1 steel l suull Into such minute! fragments. farmers keep their berths and flocks I pounds of the stock powder It will have

.", Dr. Wade i describer how decks were Is finally established beyond ql1l'1Ilion them an occasional practically the same copper strength, as USERS OF..... ...IN..... ....GOOD... ... SUMMER..... ...,'.

made slippery with blood. He saw that cow consumption. la transmissible doseofDlnck-DraughtStock I the 4-4-oU bordeaux mixture.A .

mall bits .of llesh and bone scattered to man. After exuuynitlve) } experiments and Poultry Medicine, in ,their I Ifllo Cut out this Coupon, 11.11111 the blank

I I everywhere lie stumbled over an with over 200 bovine animals
/, arm here a I leg<< there. The flesh was tilt\ royal commission of England appointed. &)-('..nt half-pound air-tipht cano I Regulating the root growth by root the whole to make an appropriate sentence w

t' often torn from the bodies. Nothingbut In UKJ1 to Investigate the connection ( this medicine" from has dealer pruning transplanting and other methods advertising Metto and mall to P.O .. ... .
and Wp his stock in vigorous I the TROPICAL M'FO. CO.
Is no new Idea The several trans-
a high explosive shell could have between human and animal weeks. ,
health for Dealsregener 14 West Adams Street
produced such effects. tuberculosis, has reached the conclusion ally keep Hlitck-Dranffht Stock and plantings often practiced are however Jacksonville Florida. County......... .. ........8tat< .,.. ...... .

The wounds caused!! by the powderare that the bacilli of both are Iden Poultry Medicine. If yours does, sometimes difficult, as when a taproot .

no worse than those caused by old not, vend 25 cent for a ample runs deep Into the earth. A Texas 33$Remernber the first 101 correct answers received gets the. prlz s. Sent;ln

fashioned shells and shrnpn If a tical. can to the manufacturer The man has It appears Invented a mechanical your answers at once to tbe

man hit Is lucky enough not to be The report I III a most Important contribution Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga device to regulate root

killed bo stands a Rood chance of get.f to modem scleutlnc researchas Tenn. growth. His Idea Is to Insert a metallic TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO..

f ting off unhurt or only slightly wound. to the cause; nature and cure of openwork strip or screen In theearth 14 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

ed. Two sailors stood on the bridge tuberculosis. At a .tuberculosis congressIn ROCHSU.B, GA., Jan.M, 1905.BlackDraught and plant over It. The main root ---------

;; 4(\ with Captain. KudnU'ff and Count Ntrod- 1001 Professor Koch the renowned Medlolne. t la the best Stock I ever and'rl.Poultry"'. Oar: I of the screen plant In striving Its down to ward pass throughthe 1 CHAS.: :: :s L -crl\l.I: : '<5c OO. ,|

v i, and a petty oWc!>.l'. One of the new German bacteriologist{ announced thattubl'rculOllls stock was looking bad when yon sent Journey *
partially headed off and forced to 517. thew. B.y at., JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA.
'! Japanese slx-lla struck the petty officer. could not be communicated me the medicine and now they are
C d j It was ono of those shells provided getting so Aue. They ar* looking M throw out side roots.
by animal to human beings. In ...." betwr.
'I ? i with a hk+e, taking effect not only on per
spite of the valuable researches anti 8. P. BROCKINOTON. I Amatvar Flower Growing 1 '
contact with the water but whenever
I:;\ It touches part of the rigging living discoveries already made by Professor The soil for planting flower seeds or 1

i t' ';1 men or even their clothing. Koch the announcement was received plants of any kind should be mellow
by the scientific and rich that will not easily pack and
with much
:, Wherever the resistance Is sufficient skepticism '

'1 to alter the speed ever 10 little the world so much so that state health POLE SIIONEYA WTAR become soggy. t. ax PRJrPAiD y
In starting flower seeds of kind
't" shell Is exploded. The petty officer wan authorities everywhere were admonished stop tbe coutfla ad heals lun*. .I any;
.; only heat and moisture are requll"E'd11U1t1J '
\ blown Into atom Absolutely nothing not to ,relax any; of the stringent they sprout through the ground.
was found of him afterward. Count regulations already In force for protecting Always press the earth down firmly aft-
Nlrod. standing next to him was
I, the people.from Infected cattle. er sowing all flower seeds else there Is L
blown to pliMfM' only ono arm being I ,6 QTS
12QTS s
found afterward. The two sailors whop American scientist for the moat part p danger of their drying up before their ,

'f stood a little way off from the explosion combated the theory of Dr. Koch at roots get a firm told of the soft 1 t' W ; 1 snoo, .

p weN badly mangled. Captain the time of Its promulgation. Health Nearly; all flowers will bear trans. I.

;, -atudnleff who stood a little further boards refused to relinquish their restrictions planting. Sweet peas and poppies are

I J I I .Q. was only slightly wounded in the at least until the point was Seeds usually sowed where they are to grow.
I) It U not best especially for beginners
end by; soiall fragments. actually settled by experiment In the
to start the with too
cost 8Ioryl.10I8I0_ season large
In the old style sheila the fragments
light of result It Is well they did. Ova aU upe.I8I.ntlnc- : a collection. Choose those which areeasiest
,1\ of the outer walls and the Inner rings dlul'polntllWnt .1
were, meant to kill and wound. The years Ih(, taederdSeed.. to cultivate and most certain to
To some people the principal attract Sold by> ..II ,ile.lers 1904 bloom.A _
explosive was there merely to burst See" Anneal poslpaiJ free.
t' .u shell and give additional Impetus tion of heaven I. that the street are I to all .",,"cants. frequent stirring of the top soil will

t-i the fragments.( In tbe new hells paved with !gold. It these people ever D. 1\1. FERRY 4 CO.. aid the plant In making a healthy

the explosive Itself Is meant to kill, get to heaven It will be necessary to Detroit. Mlcb. t growth and help to keep the entire soil
sweet and clean.
Ie tUU1.:1J1ll: of qe shell_being imply nail down. the pavlagv. ? Agents.for;: the Pabst Brewing Co.4IOU.QT&.

_u COAST;:; ADVOCATE. JULY'S.. 1901. '
-' .1

1rof 8sionQol O .rdA. Notice. F----- > \ kluke. .-; '

-, ":She's nil right old boy u t h (ln"tl (.- FINE WATERMELONS.. UNIVERSITY COLLE3E

I I _
read 1 that letter I should haveIwlleved never f
M. ROBBINS IX THK !MATTER or KT'TION or CITI- The she U,, T.mi> ln. \i>i><>...n_ lixtr I OF MEDICINE pVCR61NiA: : *
of that ,
GEO Boim Allk..n."I'IWi."for*uhanB of the w.vlonely I don ... ,
iMuiiKUriw or }'.-(net :No. li bot of Quality .1 Itvllabl Callar ;
II prayer "<><' how such A Itenutlful woman could I MIDICIHE-DENTISTRnr-PHARIWACf I '
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR said l IVtitinu in .era.."-",. aDd the bmu.iarlee orMill Unknown rWlilm! :,) liaur: of Now Hnmptihtrobelieves -
!h. do ?
.. ,
prwlnrt n. chai.g.et| M folk. .: lonely yon Motion Laboratories U of
charge ipacUllit
Mnicmiiiu nt the imrtUwtwc ctir..er of.itertloa. that the Brent drawback: to '
AT-LAW. tuwu.blp : i'i dog whlnstd! a iwiv that the {Quits S'.I..... Superior Chairs.
90hmWrange4)cert.thence Man
wet to the more 1I11" '\'II"tul culture of the I
| Will practice la State and United States Atlantic ocean tii 'no..mith.......rly along fthore 2Jy muster evidently" took to menu that ha i lI.doi.I.I..chlnll.! our own HoipiULFr '!
of Atliuitlo ov..*n to south lM>un.l.ry of M-otlon TroyCoppri really did not we bow It could be posslbu watermelon In the north U n lack of _" >r rtrtiiitml tnfartnntlnn, wriltiIt's TEE: PROCTOR
Court. t. hewn/hl line' .outh. range 41 nut; thence wentoil ht, clew tlu knowledge of the host methods of'
se itlon to Hmthwont corner of section I9, >.
Office at TITCBYILLB FLA. Uiwnnhlp w "south, range .41 east; thence north K. M. WhUrhNlo' "$IJI&'. tall, and slender and gray: growing t them. His experiment lent
on ranm line to .ontli....' corner of motion It, .. him to beliovo that with a better selection
towunhlp 3d"south, range 40 e<C; then,.were to eyed Donald, and she U about twenty-
south went. ci.nier of uime motion 12thenee north of soils and more pains taken In
T-V L. OAULDEN ; eight old. She bus aloml'r.white
years ,
ot northwmt ner of Rail,.iwotlon;then went Stanley wOII<1l'rt'bow had bop the preparation uf the Mils a surprU
I toHoutbwmt corner of Heotlon >>,MOl. townnhtp petted I who she wus mill all about it. hands with Iota uf rings und she
ATTORKBT-AT-LAW slut ranite;thauonnorth: to boRlnnlnir., Hunt proclnct hud on a flimsy bluck dress that .
Tbe letter bad of the
out library
to be known M Prvrluot Nn. IK, Knit the dropped
Will practice In all the Court of the State polling place to b. nt W I.. City Station book that hit hud hastily selected trained after her on the floor I generally : ,
Done and ordered In temlon. this 10th hate to ,keep Jumping/, to avoid \
open clay his homo. The sheets of
\ at Florida, sail the United 8t t#. Court of June A. D. IUU4.Attosti on WilY paper < -
those trains, Donuld, but I swear I v: .'
1. O Box.t36. T1TU8VILLB. FLA.. JOHN R. WALKER, were unfolded, nnd the letter comnienced -'
A. A. STEWART Chairman III a WilY that made hint think would makea jumping Jack of lUYIlt'lttoro1'1' 'f"\. "< ,:' ,
Clark Circuit Court by O. A, Stewart. U. C.ct.l't. 'f{" ,
where I '
to stay could those ,
WEBB [ tIeoal.] 174CSheriffs be had as unicU right to read It as anyone I :'
L4.J. eyes., I'm going to cull tOll1 elm It was n love letter; undoubtedly For \

e A TTOUNEY.A T.LA W Sale. tbe whole heart of the woman you were a man you could go with me ': 'Jl';

In but It and see her smile Well old brute .
was It conuuenccHl "Dear 1 "- .
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th knowu Man.. llefore lu- rend It lie niuyho you'll be a lucky dog some 1?

[Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents >ER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN KXKCU duy." A )
thought some silly schoolgirl had put
5 and rents and! accounts collected. UNI iMiieaontof. the County Court of As the weeks went by they reacheda I
Hrevanl aunntv, Florida' wherein Della Tt In the book with the Intention of
I TrruavrtLic:, ". FLORIDA. LlmtHHV and liar hniilianil Llmlnay" arepIMlntiffs getting up a flirtation but he rvnllxiHlthuflt state of friendship that permitted* n yg.ed.wa; oar
> .and J T. lt*.-.tt r..bdJ. ;: ; : I lie,. Don to go driving with them lu the Au
.vlml upon and ..11I..11 al putillo anrtlon for was a letter a schoolgirl could 11

,_ D. PENNEY, ca.li to the highest and bent bliliiar, before the not have written trill r ; er You!
'A. toiirt-houeedoor {In the town ol Tltu.vllle on "Old' fellow" he said that night
This wouinn Will tired and dl nppoliitfd. I IS
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, THE FIRST MONDAY IN AUGl' T, 1004, 8h.hlld evidently t'Xpt'tel "you've seen her you've seen her smile ;. .

nil that tract of land. lying In Itrsvard county to say nothing of her gray eyes. You
than she
more had found Und through :.
TIrU8VILLE: FLORIDA. Florida and ilo orllxnl aa follows: know we never liked women but youdOIl't .. ....;; ,
some whim hud written// nil her UIIIII'
f,Will practice In all the courts of the 7th .. irlnnlnffeltht one| hundredths 011..11. went chain and south three of ameveiityflve the point men t and heartache to the only think I'm a fool to ask her what 8

Judicial Circuit. Nnrtheaxt goer erof the Southeast quarter of the person that could fully understand It- Intend asking her tonight, do ;you?" Ii
Northwest >tar of Hmuliin 4, '
jim TowiiBhln" 22 8 ,
The whined low
----- -- kan dog" a melancholytone "
e 311 R. thence run South three and twelve her Idoul mlt II. ,
and a half one-httndreilth. dials, thence We* that perhaps had a touch of Jealousy
A. FROST, thirty-two olialiiH., thence North three and twelve There was a longing for an understanding In I It."There's .
I, 'G and a hat. one-hundredth chains, thence Kanthirty and for u ,sympathy that the I
e ,two chains to the point of twinning con only; one thing that worries i iC
I known hud
A TTORNEY.A T.LA men never beeu able to sctIsfy. -
W. .,
talnlnir ten acre more or I* a* the property of "
the defendant, and the same will be .old I toatlHiy ) Stanley could Imagine that sue me, he continued meditatively, "how ,
Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th .. ...Idexo utlon. had relieved of l could she have put. that letter! In the
a spell despondency l1y
Judicial Circuit. J. P. BROWN t book? I don't believe she intended
Sheriff of Brevard County Ftorlilu.Application putting her thoughts/ on paper on the

1'ITU8VILLE. FLORIDA.. ailuie principle that he talked to Ills! do It, Donald, do you?" I I ... I

for Tax Deed. dog or smoked an extra cigar. The S e
QTEPHKN E. FOSTER, thing He could nut understand was that Joan happened to have on the flimsy (A, Cole K.rlyj It, Dos.) C, flack Kvo.1Ingly :;
a woniuu (capable of such depths of Intellect black dress when bo asked her Its Su..n.]

l hIld; JI;; -I--bd soft trailing length lay on tho white
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: J; Under. Sec 8, Chap. 4888, Law. of Florida. and feeling HO ; largo percentage of eyen southern 11
only IIn Impulse and put the letter In fur rug as she sat by the open tire.Stanley .
Dyal-Upchuroh Building, .Tax, IS HERE Y' 1VK.V!:: THAT F. H. had forgotten there varieties could bo mnile to mature f\r-
was ever
NOTIfHS E, purcbararorTaxCiirtlHovte. No/ II, a library book. ait fur north its southern New Hampshire.
JACKSONVILLE, ,FLA. dated the 21111 day.. of June) ,A. J>. ItlOii.) tae There ,was no name or address-nt such an 'allmcut of loneliness In the I
tiled said rtirtlHtfnte In ollli-a.. and baa Three varieties that Hud -ajpechilfuvoi .
my made
''k I world. It one bad asked him to
application for tax deed to l....iie In aooordance least she expected no reply. any with Professor. Untie are hero Illustrated. 'iH'i
S. BUUNHAM, M. D. with law. Maid uvrtlnuateeinbr, oua the follow He got up from his easy chair and name all the elements In nature ha '
N s
ing. deiwrlbeil ,property to wltiiNW.Ititaieil-K of In NW BrevarlInnmtyFlorida u lam. walked to the window A cold!, drlaBllng would hove answered "One element ('01" Early: produces n round orslightly

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, 2', A. to Feitxtar." and begin 8U 11. H.of NW Cor. sleet beat against the pane and happiness, composed of Joint black;
ol NK >. of, NK i/4. run 1C OOft.1'I' -Hi ft., WllUrt oval medium nixed fruit having
4 dress. white
the ,, fur rug and light from a
Ear None and Thrqat. and X.r.ii rt. Beo 4,;Township' 'M H, K. electric lights from the street turn. ", Irregular stripes. of light and dark
: "or
r The Ian'I\ beln a.eeseed at the I date the ed the night Into a ghiiBtly! grny. lamp with a pink shade
PALM BreACH FLGKIDA.R. li.uance ot aannoertlncate In the name of Ch.... "When are going, to write m green. The flesh Is ml, .solid and verysweet
EST Ills dog hud followed him and stood! you / '
Kenyoii. tlnleseeld oertlltnate shall Iw re- tho rind brittle and! the seedsdark
deouieil acoordmit to law tax deed will Unite with his fore paws on tbe window your second love letter dear" be .
thereon on the 11th day ut July,A,D. I-.IH. asked. brown It Is an early and reliable(
HOUGBTOVSFLOATING Witness nfltulal ledge variety In New Kiitflund.
mv tlicotura and .al thl. the '
10th day of June, A. 1>. UN*. A sudden, furious blunt striking the I Joust looked surprises! loss produces n long, dark green

DENTAI.!APARTMENTS [Ct. Ct. Seal] A, A. STEWART, pane made tbe dog rub hilt bend against I "Happiness staid excitement haven'tcaused melon which Is very lieavy.. for Its also
Clerk Circuit Court of Hrevard mind to wander, have they,
County Fla. bin master and whine his desire for your The llesh, Is solid red and of the best
on the "Deutos" 10-4. By U.A.Stewart, I). C. companionship affection.' dear boy" she atJk.'tlln nstonlshmeut.
quality; the seeds' are black.Illaek .

xow AT DAYTONA. "Are you lonely, too old fellow Two "I haven't written the first one 7..t.olie Kyed; Hunan' In n southern variety

i::1 Notice IV ISIdder old bachelors like us. living In a flat, took from his pocket" toe l letterto which promises well for northern

i E. BUCK '. ought not to expect to be gay. You the "Unknown Mull culture. The fruit Is oblong to" long 111
ought to be glad that are not out In "Here's tho first be said and laughed illtlun.'i
you with
Saalail' propoul will be reoelTeil by the undersigned light striping; the rind Is thin
her confusion when she lookedat +
|took ton & Budd Building, MalnxSt., to be presented. to the Hoard of Publlo the storm you ungrateful wretch." tie and tough; the flesh scarlet colored
Iimtriiotlon of Hravaril County at a regular stroked the ling's head and thought of It. firm of I t
Jacksonville. Rooms 15, HI, 17. meeting to be held' In Tltunvllle, Florida, oa "John I'm glad found It. und extra quality; the seeds
; no
Monday morning,July 4, IWH.for the loneliness expressed In the letter" you white, with dark spots at the sprout '
I've been In a constant state of mortification :
DENTIST. be had just rend.
TRANSPORTING: SCHOOL rUPILS snd. It Is nil early variety
tirown and.Biidge Work M follow. "Ry Jove, she knows the real article." for three months about that -

Porcelain Inlay., No I, Mini and LaGrange to Tltu.villa by It uiUHt be the lonely In a crowd feeling letter' I left It In the book while I $ too lie ward # 100.
double taauj.No. went for drive to take blue
She seemed to be a a away a
IIlg 'oI 8a Plate work.FOLEYSKOMT .:2. City Point to Cocoa by double-team. society woman The readers of this will be
bt'lItlllche.Iotber: knew I bad paper S
No.B. South Rock'ed.e to <:kwoa .Inela ....m. -the monogram on her paper didn't
I No./. St. Lode to Fort fierce .Ingle ...an.. Indicate a poor girl working for her living. the book and aunt it to the library before pleased to learn that there Is at lout one
No.e. Wave lan I to Jeimau team.
[ lAB No.6, Tlbbal. and Eden' single to Jensen double! ," I returned. Didn't you think It dreaded disease that science lias been

fealn.Theservioe. lie went back to bin chair before .", tell when you found It?" Able to cure In all Its stages' / and 1 hilt Is
f.r c A..... will all the
II ou the ....11 te. Particular.cover legal covering pupil" each redding contract fire and wondered If It would be possible He wrapped the fluffy black train catarrh Hall's, Catarrh Cure Is the only

will be furnlahed on application t<. either for him to locate her, He fancied around her feet so that the fear of It positive cure knwn to the medical
member of the Hoard or County 8iip..rlnteiideiit.
:The Largest and Most Com'elate The Hoard reserves. the right tn reject any or all he would like to meet her und study would not keep him at on unreasonable fraternity Catarrh being constitution

Establishment South. blil. It. K. Ml its, Scc'y und sup't.Hvuaventure the woman aided by his knowledge oflier distance, al disease requires a constitutional .
Fla. "
I Inner thoughts Ba pvrtrpHMOil In the "Durllug, be said sitting on the arm
erratic h.tter.c - of her 'hull'! "I was elil with n feelIng treatment, Hall's Catarrh curs Is taken

[6EO. S. HACKER & SON Notice. Suddenly be threw away bin cigar i of most abject humility. My greatest Internally acting directly upon the

with an expression of satlnfuctloi/1 desire was to be 'The Unknown blood and mucous surfaces. of the sya- $ -
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR 'Sherlock Holmes might have solved Man" tern, thereby destroying the, foundation

IN Hrevard County Florida.In of the disease and giving the patient
: In less time, but be couldn't bave ,
Chancery ...
heart Poets of .r..
I II Rosa TI.onpsonVS. ) thought of an easier method of finding strength by building I I Bill for Divorce. Japan Is a land of poets as well as of -Sold by- '
her and aa.Utlng nature In doing Its work
,Alex Thompson ) artists and soldiers, but the Japanese
Notice to NonRa.ldent. The next morning at the library the The proprietors have so much faltb In
To Alex. Thompson i poets have the great merit of brevity:; Red Cross Pharmacy,
I I You are hereby required to appear to the Hill woman In charge gave Stanley the at They almost Invariably adopt t'he? form Us curative powers that they offer One
of Complaint nlu't herein araln.c you In the entlon that bill looks always won from Hundred Dollars for any cast that It Tltusvllle Fla.' t tOiEY11EYCI1tE
shove entitled cause on or bafoia the 'of poem' known as the "liokka, which
women fivtls to cure Send for list of tn.tlmon-
2IJTH DAY OF AUGUST A. D. 1904. always consist of exactly thlrty-on
"The book was lust returned by Joan I tale. Address., F.J. CIIKNMY: A Co '1'0'
The. EAST COAUT ADVOCATR I. six lines.
hereby de.lg- syllables, arranged In five or t11etest.
dell mated. the nawnpaparin which till order..hallbe Raiuulell, 2008 Massachusetts avenue.I lade, O. Hall's Family I'llls Are

published once each week for eight coiiHern- am sure It will be very kind of you These poems are usually devoted to nr* s<>''' by druggists, 7fa. es.r,.. VI...._. ...... A/aAAae ........
live week. of delicate beauty
Witnamy hand and seal of otflne thl. the lo return anything that you found In au exposition some -- ,-- .. .. .- .... .... -, .' .... ----, ..,----
24th day of .. 11101.real In nature. One called "Kokoro ate nt""The
It. few
Very people would trouble e
MANUFACTURERS OF [ Ct. Ct] A. A. 8TK::1I ART Krost'n :\Jalllc"-Ilt! n good example.
Clerk i Circuit Court. themselves to tbut extent. MASON CLARK
' By O. A. Stewart, Deputy Clora. It nt / Freely translated It runs like ,
[ Doors Sash Blinda. Stanley kept the letter In his pocket, this:
and If bis acquaintance could have
If It wish 110 Murray Street: and 100( West Htreet NEW YORK
compared notes during the next few
l riding< & Building Material White chrysanthemum to cull i
days they would have thought that be Tussled by the frost

" i, Office Warerooms. King, opposite : BRIG was suffering from a mania that took Of the early autumn time, Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant "

Cannon Street.Charleston I yard County Florida. In Chancery the form of an acute desire to learn If I would try to pluck a Slower.

In re petition of Ems! Alderman to become seldom
his auditor knew certain Mis Joan Japanese poets rhyme,
S. C. a Free Dealer. This cause. coining to be heard
:' It I.ordered and decreed that the prayer of thaiiatltlun Ilansdell. snd th"y10 not often write love songs' ,
u 1 1'i be granted, and the repo*t of: the Man. lie himself had only I been lu the citya One of the latter "Akenureba," II SPECIALTIES I I
hereto be connrnied,and that the Mid Ktlle I
ash Weights Cord au. Merman, la hereby Kran'ad a license a. a free few months after au absence: of several : : reminiscent of Hhelley's "Good Night.It ."

dealer,and la hereby empowered and declared to ,'enr.. He thought she must be a may be translated. : Florida Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit,
be a tree dealer In every r Hitr'and to take
Hardware charge of and manage her own e.nte and prop new comer, and the address glveu curried Though I know full well.

.rty and her dmabihtle. r ajnarrlad. woman. nmoved. out bill l Idea that she was not That the night will com sa aln. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
Glas"A ETan when"' duy has dawned.
Indow and Fancy Done'anil ordered at Chamber., at Tltu.vllle among the working class.It Yet. In truthhale the sight .. _.. .
-- -'- -- --
SPECIALTY. I1MC FloriiU\ this June9,11154.: AiLNORS.JONESJudge\ was a week before be met a mutual Of the mornns"! coming llnht. ,

i of aaid Court. acquaintance. Then Jim Dent repeated

Itmmmtmm U.I..... P. R-ublman & Co.
Q his question; "Know Miss liana- : : < .

A Warm Cuairollvd: by the Moo. dell Certainly I do She takes dinner One of the must Interesting sights In

8"JuUII. Vltl New Zealand and tbillUrt < wltb us tonight Do you want to come Bussla Is the exhibition of would be 3
TO BE GIVEN AWAY ( txlHaiU are the natural habitat old wan?" bride, which takes place annually alKlul Murray Street. J N. Y.

?.Y.rd..r I.W y OUCH...........a rtod.... of H vermicular oddity lu the shape of When Stanley was getting Into his near Moscow, On the festival of
MM, will M oulUd.t...lut.l.era at......... 1>canlma ,
I Cmwutemuai Onmutat.1".11..)with 1X411. a worm whose every action Is control- evening clothes, be carried on bin tbe Epiphany (Itusslun ,lyle, all the

1.6.6..,*_ I..I.>Butnrrtla..dtlMy' Colun.1('.caUu f AiKhnn).I.Autumn 5.. ulna.lt.I LNEW .._gad Itnl by the phaw of the moon. Itj tbe usual conversation with tbe dog: "Don. young, women who wish to get marrlwl

a cwv _i o.g rn rw.M.t-.14 III _o.d_ Islllnd..rll It In culled palolo or mbalolo old chappie I'm going to see ber to- In the course of the year are mustered Oranges Pineapplesand

JLZAD O.ITKB BILLOW a Fijian oaiue having reference! to the night. We are going to solve a prob la a long row In the principal l street. ,

,. coincidence of 1U morement with the lem. Be good pld fellow and don't In order to make themselves attractiveto

.. moon. These! "moon eyed" creatures get lonely, and I'll tell you about ber the young/ men who come to see and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

w (.t s of the lower order only make their appearance when I get houie." admire them they don nearly everything

at spawning time usually oa He brought a rug from the bedroomand In their possession. Not only do represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent

the very'
e moon In October, but only when tbat dog looked on'knowingty/ and then lay a lot of curious old family trinket, including ,

r .. ... ,
Should this -- -
change I I. a last quartrr. down on It to take the bam bone that sometimes valuable scarfs, -

chllnltf!' not odor during the 'last daysof his master always left m* a special cloaks and furs and they even bring KHTABLISHCD! : WO.'

il the tenth month and fail at the b4- treat when be went out to dinner. The with them their bed linen and other

jrtnntiw of November, then another pretty waitress In the cafe' bad a article of their wardrobe. A procession

lanur month.will Intervene before. they bablt of coaxing the elevator boy to la formed and oa their way t4 M. Lane & Son

come from their hiding places. Pablo give tbe nice bone to tbe nice doc tbat the church the young men approach ,

was first dentlflcnlly described by 1>1'. belonged to the nice maD on tbe fourth the ,would b. brides engage them in

v cT t+Frsh. J. IL McDonald In'' 1S5T.H floor. conversation andt\ the young' people 250 WA8UINOTOX STREET, NEW YORK.

Don beat the' floor with his tail In think they suit one another formal
.. Owe or. -
satisfied .. while visit to paid to the parents. I
IDEA I "Well of coiiriw. I don't know bow approval, Stanley put Southern Fruit and Produ'ceOOrr1.

d, 'oman*. M.af..'.* the young man will turn out MarrlnKIt eo bla overcoat, patted him on the I

r-.aws..r.va.as.w, tare.dr-kk.d I bead and went out. California Prune Wafers.
I. r ...a.ny w .n a..rI. pe re.e tld.b ..d a lottery.
When he csmejn tbat
.. ... night the dog
-- -- "Tea. bat should hardly Purely! Data re's
mamma. a girl vegetable they are
.......__ ,
aaywI.d.lW..f..ar1'L If.- bis and .2escb.oezzts.
.._. a..nwNNr.w IDOlA WOMAMC MAUA. b# expected to let her mother select beard step met, him at the produce and should be lo every house- : >aiozs: : : :

::::'::..:::''1.-t: ;. ': =:::.::::: ber tlcketr*-Plttsbnrff Dispatch.Tb door. bold; They core constipation and all
-IS Yrr-'w..tld .- "'--" llf!' pot on bill dressing, gown and
-W a.dt wr r.w.rw4Ca a_-,- disorders of the stomach liver and FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
_ew tu.kalwr err__ Innocent Uppers, sat down before the are and
..wYr.Y.e this-.M.s.1.5. seldom find sa. uneasy took the dog's bead between his knees bowels. 100 Wafers 2Sc: ; at Red Cross

..'.inks re3Llen 4 CO.515..r.y.wrwa' pillow.-Cowper. and the palms of his band before be Pharmacy, TUusvllle. Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.mum IEAST


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The Columbia (S. C.) State recently

1 W. ..aLY JOOnHAI. DBVOTBD TO Rat Da'ra4 had an editorial appeaT to AANCOCK'SLiquid RIVER TE'BANKJ

A OPM>HT O/' TH. IWDrajT BIVtB, LAKB the people of that city toencouragethe ,

1 wOLTHAr1De00AYaaDAYe1pT10ae.. work of beautifying their COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

streets, says the Jacksonville Metropolis. Sulphur

PITBUSHKD aVERT FKIDAT.CMA.BLEI The writer set forth the '' Authorized Capital $1OOCOO
value of beauty as an asset, and A poiltlve,lunanUcd cure Paid up capital $40,000

: H. WALTOrI Editor dt poWIahtrDlioontlnusnce dwelt upon the need for more trees for ill eI....... ol the a, .,. Average deposits, $16OOOO

and more attractive etreet.'. There BLOOD, SKIN and SCALP 4 -

of ndvts.' must be made per- can be no question that nearly all .Fo> ni r .ally at this ofllce or by wrlting.Obeck Until application. lac inuiail UK.Nature's .
Southern cities are too much Inclined

to neglect the work of beau- Gnattst Gtrmlelda Business.
be to
,eto. may payable
( I tifying their streets. In not a few and coMtitutional remtdy. t

r WALToapubllsher. cities the municipal authorities feel P11'r For BATH and TOILET -, Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

1!{ Br In writing to the .ADVOCATE for Informsatonoamyklndlhewrlterwlllobhgebyencla.e that when they have paved the Beintlilci the the completion. ICKW.. y ii"' b a Exchange: bought and told'on all Foreign
itowth oi
the Bur *mt
street. and put them in reasonably resUhtun.1lur. 5 Countries.IVtronsge
Ing a tanipUfl-adilreRiUMl envelope.
condition their
M1 sanitary duty 1 appreciated. Prompt service polite
I done '1 his I is a great mlntake. $stan'! Irlrted Itrmlcl11 treatment and evefavor consistent with conservative .
ADVO' Ointment
P: "&TIt Ia., "l'one,1 an oltli-H at 4(>4 Atlantic a"""".. There are few more valuable assets "a""aw.wa a...1to.w.
R, ton" which will ha In chare: of Mr. Claude 'I Prepared especially ( I
O. Walton. than handsome trees kept in good A P..wC..a t.-.. a.-.e. for Buini Scalda. Open F Phoenix National Hank. N. Y.. Empire State
condition. values are .. ,.. Sorci, haled Parts Ti lint Company. National Bank of Jack
.. .
Property .
MW 1k.r4..1.c.w,..., f.M t. W.M Raw Durie..., Ooili ouville, Jacksonville Fla.
Address all communications, to greatly enhanced when rows of at. files Rotrihxnel hr
oww r w swe Taco and Hands Sala '
1t .r FLA.
EAST COAST ADVOCA.TE.U.1'ILJ..LOB, tractive trees flourish along the e.kes wuu. eoskmaw gad all SkinOiicaics. AU Breseitta
r'' .I.. ..IC. .o C.NT. .
and -
pavement. A --
city's parks
-- --- ----- public grounds when kept in good j..n.1e..aMr"sq Hancock All kinds of Agricultural Implements. Agents

yi 1 U. S. Department of Agriculture deal
condition worth
I are a great Liquid Sulphur Co. FOR THE
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. to a municipality as well as to its ... .
.tlmor. Md.WEATHER 1.0wG
ll1t -.A..O x:J:!] :XI:.E1R: -
property owners.
;? I The following is \ comparative Itate.I If there is one thing more than r1f'
meat of and rainfall for the :G.=
1 ; temperature another that :ZTlorida towns should ,
j ) week ending Tuesday, Juy: 5, 1004. have, it is paved streets and side UJ
-'100-1() -1903- .I' $,
walks and shade trees. Without
i n
(I" 11 SU! 8ft 75- 88 70 them, the towns present an unenviable Z "'1
_ i SO 85: 74 83 70 appearance. Everything of a -

I 1 85 7:1: 80 7J: natural kind in the way of streets e O K:: I
:2 8.1: 70- Si 71
in this State is sand and deep sandat
3 87 78 8(5( 7ii: :: :: 0
4 80'. 78 87 7S 1 that. The sun Is very warm rg r

5 88 78. 87 78l'otalralnfall here in summer and without the ',

for the week: .14 shade of an occasional tree along
s Depatture from normal rainfall for the II +' n
these streets and both ;
week: minus 1.07 Inches. Departure man .beast g

; frjna normal rainfall since January 1, suffer. Why is It property owners 4

f minus 1.20 Inches. do not plant trees in front of their

1 UA.L.P.1I4RDIN, Observer property P ,... .

.. ... .. .
TUB: Fourth of July, with all Its BU"'D8TKEET hnm discovered that Sanford Florida.

', attendant noises and pleasantries! eighty-four per rent "f the mer .,

!1 is over. Many\ had a good time chants who fnllc'l in 1003 did not 1a

while others are probably in the!' advertise In the newspapers. That s t 4 --. :::: .

I band of doctors, from the effectsof explains It. -= .

I ;3 toy. pistols. etc. ))1P
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1"/1 a'/, ;, r'' __-_ _. CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS 1 W A NER Y COJE :

Do not conclude that a man 1 is (
J I I lazy Just because the grass in his The Board of Aldermen met at the ]F'LADE ;.
Council chambers Titu.vtile. In )
I front lawn I is rather tall lIe City .
"I I', may regular aesHlon, on Wednesday evening. lIwtl \ )
only be wetting until the neighbors July 0 I, 1\104\' at 7.JOp:: ro, with the follow. IA1V 'h

ld ( get through trimming their lawns Inn; members present; J. R. Walker

\;I with his lawn-mover or hoe, before chl\ta man ; L. A. Brady, P. J. Hall, F. A. RANGE X C i
K.I'ylea .
Morgan, Van T. Worley maiibal; It. .
; be ranges bold to ask for them back ------- ----- ----
clerk G. A. Frost
; mayor. :
It:' \ I to cut his own. The minute of the last meeting were REPORT. SIMiC J \L EX C URS iON KAT12S iu 1'1'I

II \, r --. read and approved Between .fackHoiivllle and I
1 ;; .
Committee hav
The Street reported
q TUB Democratic National Con By Rev JAN. II. White observer for New Voile.On ..
the of ashes
log Investigated throwing
f I,: ventlon is now In session, There on the road of the town, with tho view' Weather Bureau, U. S. (roveinment.8UMMA.UY 1 Hay, Grain Flour, Meal,, ,< Grits, t

1 / is but little grounds for fear of a, of Improving them, by the Florida Extract FOIL Jl'NB 1IVH.
Co., lend they ale of the opinion and after' June 1,1t04 1 and until XJJ.TTTIO.: :: : CJom: .ant: :, nZTto.: ;;
division In the democratic
ranks, Highest tempeiatuieuu the :2nd 02.0: wlthiI8wn. the 'CI de Line" will sell
that said ashes mater lal .
are no good .a
: and the nomination / LoweBt" 10th HO() ,
everything points to Weight and Quality Guaranteed
flr.t t-cla -
for making roads. K tickets, Jacksonville to NewT /
Mean for the month. . . 7H H
of Parker for the IJresl "
I( ency. On motion, Chairman of the Street ork 1tnd .
II Average mean lor 21 )'6111'11. : . /70.11IIlgbe"t" return, meals and berth included -
The democrats realize they have a Committee was Instructed to notify the "in II'IIIU. Iq.: .. T.
at > These!' tickets will be :DDoox-
; fl i I hard tight before them, and so will mole Florida Extract Co. not to place nay Lowest in1 i)2.:! 7IS: gold on any ship and will be limited for > an.d. Window, : : FrnZl1os.

I ashes on the streets. . . .M "
keep the united and with Kalnfall In Inches. . 7
party ,
:, Clerk and Treasurer's report for monthof Average for 27 year . . 7.11< return passage to September 13; 11)04) AVe are making: hundreds of frames every month for the leading contractors* hand
their characteristic enthusiasm
j June was as follows: Greatest in 18SI), . 14 :as and In no case" 111 the limit be extended 'e' should make them for yo II. WP do it cheaper and better.
iIt Balance band June 1 1OI!) & 20 (K) Our latest Improvement Is .
may cause the republicans to wake on Least 01 In 111\111.\ . 0.JW beyond this time. ,
Taxes collected . . . 1111 ::18< Early applicationwill
H in Nevember to realization .
up a Prevailing direction of wind. ISE secure' choice of stateroom BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS. a
Pines In court 2 00) accommodations.
''L that apathy and over-confldenoe, Mayor's Number of clear days . . 12: and should
Insist these o
In writing, please give you on getting ;your frames.
"fair" . . 13 ,
coupled with postolllee) and Jam! Total . . . 138 ;38Deposited ." '. cloudy . . 5 names of all parties, 1f more than one, When you have any building to do, write d
scandals, have brought them to In I. K. State Bttnk. 137: 38 >. days with rain. . 1:1:) and. ages of children, If uny. Children EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY &

I defeat. -- .4 '" days with thunder :lO between ages of 5 and 12 years half fare. General office |EAU GALLlE, CLA. a
Balance on hand July 1, 1004( 1 00 No chaitce/or: children under' 5 years of -Yards) at Tltusvllle Eau Oallie i
1 ---- ..-... ------ .- .. Island Home, Merrltt Island, Fin. ; Pierce and West Palm Beach --
The following bill* were audited and. age provided they do not occupy acconv;;:
AT this time of year there are ordered paid: modatlons to the exclusion of others.C. A

: more or less flies around, and we 10:>3 E. C. Walker, two car shell BO 001W )t) BHKVAHO: COUNTY' TUKASL'KKIl'S; II. WALTON, Agent: ,

are told that there is no necessityof ( E. C. L. A S. Co. lumber 25 8TATKMEXT.. Titusville, Fla. Hodges c'&' O'Haza:
having them in houses to 1025: : I. K. State Ilk. Int on war 0 41)\ .Jul, ..*. 1IHU.Balnnce ,
your 10211 K. R. Pylon, salary . 5 00 \ cnsh on hand June l.t.19fl4.. .t Irt.nol 1\:1\:
...Manufacturers In...
the and Amount received injune 10O4... .. .. TUH 47 and Dealers
10J7 Van T. Worley salary. . f.O (K) TALKING BIRDS.
,,1' visitors. The following is said to lO-'S sanitary :84) 00 Total .. ... .. 24A01 00 Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
be a good remedy to destroy house- 1029:!\) Electric L'gt/ Co. lighting; 75 IN( ) Lem Slid delivered warrants t.paid. In Miiy oininlMlun-, 1104.! Dre6etdOrange

tiles : Take half a spoonful of black 10.10: C. Jlnktns, work on streets 1 23loilt : en and School Hoard aunty,.. .... ...... ..-. 4.II3111:! Box: Heads Fruit and Mouldings etc.
Vegetable Crates. Shingles:
: J. M. Oaban hauling shell 7 ()M10.U It Is wonderful how
pepper in powder, one teaspoonful O. A. Front, office rent 2 00 Balance on hand July lot. 1IM14 .. .|20. I3 01Aeova talk bur It Is birds are taughtto Mills and office located.at Buffalo Uluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered

t of brown sugar and one teaspoonful 10.11: E I,. Brady A Uro., feed. 10) :JO10.H () see the,worse stammerer equally as cured wonderful of StammeiIng to- to any part of the State. Address: Hodges & 0'lIara, Buffalo Bluff Fla. l

of cream. Mix them well together ; 1>. Evann; Deputy Marshal 1 21: "sited In HALAKCB Brevnril IS County KSLDASTOLLOWeiDe State! In a few days Dr. G. W. Randolph _.-_- -. .. ..- --. -

and place them on a plate in a room There being no further business, Council I link.a. per (.....hl"r.. cerrlHcatx. a noted specialist of the voice,
where the tiles adjourned to meet first Tuesday In tached' to monthly report and cash. from St. Louis, has demonstrated' this IF YOU WANT A...
are troublesome In safe . . ..20,813 MBALA.NCK
i AUK. H. It. PYLKS. fact to Mr. L. C. Canovn prominent
and they will very soon disappear. OKLO.NOI-XO TO RACK Fl">I) All FOL citizen
City Clerk and Treasurer. Lowe. of Pal.itlca, Fla.. in the cure of

---.. County Revenne-Genera. Fund . .f:JM.IH SI MX i IWO son. and several others In a
Kond and Hrtilga* Fund. .. .. 44<) "Jf tew days. Dr. is I Lot
Randolph at St. .Buildinsr
GENERAL rejoicing has been GROW MORE FRUIT. ., luillcllnit, Fund .. .. .. .. II JA' now :
... ... George Jacksonville Fla., and ..
Fine snit l Forfeiture T.l-U 59 ,
caused throughout Florida, owingto r.....!. &.......mH._ rnuul!II."d. .. 0144 70 _.. .111.. .,ell t at n uD ill r 1.e 10..I.t of JW. See -
the fact that Governor Jennings A man at Beresford Voluala county, 81'|*''. Road Fund. New>.. l UiIt.l X... 1 .. .... M KiM or write him at unco. lie comes high
has a peach chard started fifteen o I. i.W8: 91 ly recommended or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
has reduced the State tax levy from .e 3... .1,66144 by leading men, as '
I months ago from which he has sold this u u .< if: o 4 ... ::. 21343 well as leaning papers nil over the:South. LAND FOR AN ORANGE: GROVE
I r three mills to one-half mill. Had season 43.1 crates at $lOJ per orate, says u i> .< .. ii e s .. .... 410 311Osnin Mr. L. C. Canova will write about v ,

this been "sprung" on the people, the Jacksonville Metropolis ThU paid 'ro|>erty Warden nf IMuBiuwl Fund .Pnrwins.. ... .. ...Funtl. ........ aus 150"0l the cure of his sons If you desire.you i PINEAPPLE: PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,

before the primary, tt would have the entire expensed of the orchard, with School-O..n"ral Fund, .. ..,..2,23700Special We probably have for sale what
just G
... are seeking.
two profit. There are sorae people who Tax School Itl.t.No.t.... .. .... 4,33 you
been said that Governor .. .. .. .. ..
Jennings contend good peaches cannot be grown .. :2"I lal: 2tI Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. It you ars
It. u 3 :: :::. :. ::
3 JI1\(' &
it.to capture votes. lIe, bow. In Florida, and that there Is no money .4 a .* II .. 4.. .. .. .... sun: i looking this Hue to
drop a
made this In them. way
ever, important aunouncement growing -
I .. ... ............ .
to Floridians after the It has always been a surprise to us Total .. .. '$).533 CU JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Preildent.
that more people do not grow; other fruit Jons HK:2 RV'. County Treasurer.. I will be located In Eau Oallla after ,
election so we trust the people will -
besides oranges In this section where we July 5th, and tie prepared to do all kindsof BLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, ,
give him due credit for the same. have some of the finest land In the state. rByll1i'!
work In thin
This I is a crowning event in the The neighborhood of Tltusvllle Is noted line. Write me for estimates ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA. mI
I for i Its fruit and vegetable-grow." on your work. References If de-
t Governor's administration and the' superior
of nil I
I Dray Ing hauling lode promptly .
I () taxpayers of the State shguld appreciate \Ing land.. __ .. attended to. Sleets all train. Stove Ired. Address WALTON SELF-LOCKIXG BLOCKS. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- dea

it. < Tax: Statement. wood for sale at all times TH03. KELLEY, Patented In all countries. Only tackle I ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use srt

-- . I E. U. nOLTE: TltusvllU. Box 232.: Eau Oa Ilia, Fla. block of the kind lu the world. FIt- by boat owners In the United States. to

Tax: statement for the month of M ted with the celebrated Vinton Roller Price C4.00 and $9.00 each at the ADVOCATE $ o
i THE people of the Indian River June 1004.) For taxes assessed and Shoe ltei nlrliig. tee
Bearer. Useful In !
place where Tltusvllle
office Fla.
? section are hauling in the dollars levied for the year UMW) as per Section any hoi

I s r for their big pineapple crops, but 35>, Chapter 4115, Laws of Florida I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair- hoisting Is done.do With these blocks
the work of
Col. In Jane one man can two.
they should' not forget the fact : : Amt.tvetto11A4. be(.VIM. log and do not forget U. Opposite JOB.
F .. SIMMS. Prltcbard & Son. A.VDRK\\ Thousands sold in the north. Call THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
that there is in Co. Re"-Oe"l"und. NMM Gin.oox,
growing .
money po. ..h.x.l Kunil....... ...... .. 15333 BHOSIATA Tltusvllle Fla. and see them In working; order at this ,
$ tatoes, beans, tomatoes lettuce Rand and llrhtge Fnml... M.01 31 ,
Fine and Forfeiture Fund: JO.07 1'r3.e office, or the store of Jas. Pritchard A
radishes, celery cucumbers, mint Bpeo, Road Fund l>ts.Wo.' 2 9.Id 1l1.1\2: Son Brewing Asso's.Fsnons .
.. .. .. .
a ; peppers, parsley, etc. One acre ,. .. .M .IB.9 20 19.73 31 ..(IDt MIdll URtie County Land l"0r Sale. ON YOUR Tltneville.- ---- 4t

t well attended to, la far better than .. Tax School Dlst. No.' I. 21'.4M 1l'J OCI St.Loot Keg sod Bottled ,
.. .. .. .. .
r'l planting out five acres, and givingthe ,!. .. e u 9 8.. 30,19 14 IK!) :58Aa 1+10.9 For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter ICE: BILL Beer
,. .. .. lidciozENjUCtRADEASPEClll t)
crop little or no attention. The M M 4. >.40 TDK) of southeast quarter of section t, township .
...... 1.00 old and
roll(Scliixil Fund) 2:1.00Totsi by Messrs.F.A. Lesley
Turnbull hammock, just north of 38, south of range 41 east close to L3YUI GA .
I .. .... esaa; 5 4.1)9.33: 1 R. L.MotlnwTltasvllleFU'
Titusvllle is said to be one of the k. K. Wood' pineapple
IC$.ft. Seal.) .I.. cou O. plantation on By:Mr. H.L. JtoUow,Cocoa,FU.
ark Ci iCourt. IS/W1N
1 LT finest bodies of land In. this State, ;of St Lucie River; 40 acres.Also ICE PADhrelw

and all it wants f is the right kind of By O. A. Stewart D.C._ the northeast quarter of north- t>rovi' )o\xs cooler i JOSEPH ZAPF

men, with a careful and intelligent IMpe For Sale. esst quarter of section IS, township SS, *c-h..o&'l

1 Astern, to make a success of vegetable south of range 41 east; on south fork of Ice dinner. Sole Agent.
For sale, cheap 2,000ft. l> ln. and for. to
there. not Lucia River 4O acres Prate bouklel ngealt
growing Why
grow 1000ft. 3-lncli Galvanized' Pipe, In good St. a ; Apply to HANNCBR0538 l 1 1I
.iih -r things ? Try potatoes, for order. Address P. O. Box, 18., Tltusvl'.le CHAS H. WALTON, p vuorox: irrosviLa: : I '"610 to 020 West Bay Street

instance. Fla. IS it TItusville Fla. I_ .


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I. "; AR BRS;
EAST COAST NEWS.ii 53P" Subscriptions for the ADvo4ATJI:, -- --C. HOrXMIOV-rHYni." 'M-> sea. : : ..

the pink paper of the Kant Coast will be I ,.F", fc" 1 C aWI., Ftorlua.. )
******************** : received at the Melbourne Postofflce. WHOLESALE GROCERS

: RICHARD W GOODE. j -b.> 4th passed oCr quietly In Kan Gal l.J. l.

II Newer Note Contributed by Our Uegular i and lkwv.vsnrrr.! -Real Agent It.tate.for N.taryt'ubllo ,tone. He.
Liverpool nil Londimanil Qlittx. Hknfoni
Fruit t Produce Jobbers.Corner
Corps. of East Coast Corx'0ipondents. lira nuance* Coni|>, nlaii. 8|_iiU attentionpld J.. Daniels ,is night operator at the .
i to Uwlntamu, ot non-....ld.nt*. F. E. l' R,. station. 1
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...NN...+.N...NNNN......+*.... ...NNm...N. HOTEl, HKT-UCVrK-McllxmriKi VlnritU. A Pineapples are nearly all gathered and
- - -
healthy winter resort on high pin lane overlooktug hipped for this season. Day ant Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Indian Ktvcr. Kale: oIa.I 8iwolal rates |>er _'k or _..u !Mrs. A. Treutler's residence wan do
Fort ,
W4 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTREAD Pierce. Write Man.pr.for It.rates Caiuplniil to Madnm. Proprietor.K. Al. Campbell coratej In honor of the fourth. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

THE LISTAnd = ;Messis. Spencer and Shaw, local bllll) PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. e

The Fourth of July celebration was all R W. Beauj an of Melbourne Beach and boiler Inspectors, wore In Knit O..lIIeI"II < ..

Send Us Your Order. 3 and more than was expected, and an un- spent the Fourth In town. i Saturday. Seed Potatoes Seed 1 Peanut and Cow Peas In seasun.aT"Ve ,

qualified' success The day was perfect, John Nicholson came down front In- The Adrian Capt. Voting IlIl'nml1\l\nd., solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable
fresh breeze which modi
a east blowing dl&nolii to the Fourth. left for the Banana river fishing grounds '
:Xi : fled the heat to a degree of comfort to spend last. --- -- .. .->-- -- -- -. __-. -- --.
---- I'er.Gnl. JUG the great throng t that crowded our ttreeti Mr. Fred Prang has Just completed avery t'n Tuesday NORTH ?, -No nty Shel\\'Il.\
At sunrise a aeries of salutes were fired large cistern for Theo Mlttmer.Mlsa Dr. and Mrs. Schuyler returned on the ARE YOU GOING
11 60lUEEN by Ueorge Dackus, from a mammoth Ith Instant from a trip to Jacksonvllli"' "For years fate was after me continuously

CITY... .... \\I 00 TRADESPECIALTY cannon at the city pier, greeting Old Soan and Palm Jessie Ooode Saturday left to for spend Neptune tile anti ottter ...olots.I A tow years ago travel northward at ," writes" \F.! A Culledgm/ Verbena

UNNY SOUTH.1:10\ : he arose from his ocean bed to lookon IJeiicb; thla season of the year wan extremely A In. "11\1\01..a terrible ruse of piles causing
Fourth. Alex. Near spent Sunday and the -Ml
&ILT-EDGE ... .. .3 00 A a scene of festivity with the very air I in town, returning to his well-tlrlving light for tho reason that all the tounlats :j I tumors. When all failed Buck-

fEDIOREE .. ... .... 400 pulfting with the spirit of Independence Work on the new Carleton hotel I.I* 'I plant on Tuesday. ( had departed and' there sore" not very leu's Aiulcn Salve curi-d me. Equally
: and patriotism. The stars and stilpes gcflng on rapidly. This will bo a handsome many home folks to go. A !glance at the good f<'r burns and ,all nolle and alna.

JJpVEOHOLT .. .. ... 4 00 floating from all the business house and house when completed. I The colored school In this precinct ships of the Clyde line, a" they glide: Only :Wo! \ ut Ked Cross Pharmacy. i

9LD HALIFAX ... .... 400 private residences were greeted by young Postmaster Ooode had his building I opened for a summer term on Tuesday gracefully from their duck at ..lacknonvllle iW
America with thrills of enthusiasm and morning, the 5lh. will coiivinoa the buholder that ,
a feeling of bunting If dally decorated on the Fourth with fine with this popviUr. Steam- TITUSVILLE'S TRAI NS.
Gay business Is
reverence. I "
ISONEI OCXO.1W: ing and the lugs( of all nations bunt-I The Rochester with dipt.! Bennett In
... red white and blue and streamers of I command led' excursion to thin Company. Each ship{ !goes north -
can an
= bunting tastefully decorated the most Charles Mend returned from Eldred )I) Titusville on the 4th. party with a full list of ,'''II..elljforllllll,1 we hear The following are tho times nt arrival
BACK prominent buildings and I streets the midnight train on Monday much to I nothing but praise of the Clyde Line and departure of passenger. trains to and
1' T. C. McCarty delivered the addressof the delight of his many Melbourne Mrs Harry U. Hodgson left for Now sCOrY Ico. from Tltusvlllo: :g.

IF? GOODS JT. C. WHITE. ... .... : weloome in his usual fine style followed friends. York on Saturday last via the Clyde A trip to New York by tlie Chdo LinoIs NUUTltnntne.LeeresTltnNvtlte ..

WHITE BETTER, .... \ by an able address by the lion. Miss Viola Horton went to Fort Pierre steamer, on Sunday lust. I a most delightful expuilvnce, for on for Miami and. .00 p n10.M 11
er.Oal'l F. M. Hudson of Tlbbals after which be found all ... i'
I tlu\r( floating I'IIR41elOlin .o i.1)
DON'TSUIT. Saturday to visIt relatives and spend the Captain J. II. Andrews wilt\ leave for
WHITE FXIK!:. ........ patriotic songs were sung by the large the comforts tif homo; utatorouma are. InMrinmllat I.ulntl> at : pm
Fourth In that little of magic Palneavllle 0. on Friday The ;
gay city Captain
MoHmnouiiD.LoavsTltuitvllls ,
of The Fort Pierce tables
concourse people. olean and airy and' their am supplied !
LAUREL-VALLEY.... will be a couple of weeks.
Hand discoursed appropriate selections growth. I away with tile best of everything to eat rot Jarkmnivll.. ; 3t19.mand

during the day wlthmuch credit to themselves Many of our people decorated their Several of our citizen lighted up their Special summer exeuntUm tlokuts are lnMriuill"t.pnlnts sr IJ' .,.1:13: p In
= and unstinted all who homes the with the beautiful residences and exhibition of 1.1: roundtrip l '
praise by on Fourth gave an of lire- now on sale at the low late C Tttn.vlllo for 8 nforil 111111..IR tArrvwTttusvitI.from
-WE HAVE OTHERSWRhl'E heard them, this being their first appear- American flag. This ia an it should be- works on the evening of the 4th, between Jacksonvllieand' New York Hanfnril j P"-.

ance before the public. teach the coming generation to ue" |p.td I Hrt-ohta passage meals and stateroom tll\:
3 'r and
us !Mrs. Goo. hi. Robbins and
The afternoon wns tilled with var of their berth Ino'iidrd.' This rotes. cmiplwl with
up country. ..... r
'Ii .nt\
family, ot Tilua"Ule, were the guests of line "t Ibr tell lIna. yk
10Ullvortll. In the launch race F. M. I citfluant service thin poimUr ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Well left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. .F'. the or I Inu-ciiiK., .
on Gut PaddUon on tin Florid to An : + > i *:n.cii-d shadow
let and Wilson Oodfrei2ml of i
J. J. WILLIAMS I Tyler won prize should Induce I the people
The yacht race was won by Carl for the north Intending spend 4th I nMtant. take ft tip and nj.iv. I the Isolating, clerk lit-, "riMi'titly' Lien, luviMitodJbyProfcHH +

Anderson 1st and George Backu 2nd. some months tbeV..rld'" Fair, then : Eau lallla's baseball. team returned life, Rltluu |iKon of Old' UciMin.' ''ir MCI'tli of T. 'III1. Mn".... sayith .

P. O. Box 401. Great interest t! was'taken In the guoshooi visit other to their points of Interest Melbourne before home.returning i from TIlUHvlllo without laurels, but they ('. II \\'AtI'uN. .Agent .Yc'we.IN"1II Clrciihtr 1Ve+'kly. The

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. and all point were keenly/ contested. pretty all had a good time. Practice will soon l'ltuwvlllFhl.. <'wHonttii| tin tore of the Invention cone
r Much InteiBut also centered about the Mayor O. H. Stewart and Messrs K. P. be the order of the day - ---- slat of n lump which throw upon ttmcelling

STTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTEden. : baseball game, large; crowds going out Branch and John Ferguson gave a bmiutl- Capt. J. H.Anti.ews, of TlbhttlM, was In !l'OIt..1.. hl.NDSOIT JOB PRINTINII nn opt II'nl representation of a h
to the field. The official score was 18 to fill display of Fireworks on the night: of .
T Eau Oallle the 4th .ull.ee small! Wit te-h. .
Instant. The
-- on renirinlinr the AnvpOATK
B In favor of Jensen who not to their the Konitli on New Haven avenue, 'to .
Captain loll for the North .
'credit had to go; out ot the county to gel which all were Invited. It was a grand his after housing -' -----

pitcher besides another player;; Jensen night: and the fireworks were enjoyed by sloop on Hodgson's ways. c

deserved credit In the way they plated old and young. There were many new The Rochester*returned l tit Nan lalllu

Florence together, showing that practice and beautiful pieces and a continual (display on Tuesday evening: with her party, after --TTT .;
r. Snyder has closed her and that had worked hard for houis. and :
perfect they two a jolly trip to Tltuivllle return, to ,
pb house
Q ding[ after successful i.
a season. (
for their victory. The home boy take in the festivities on the 4th.
;Miss Eloise Invited number ol
Hogg a '
it fe are still busy shipping pines In cart showed /great lack of practice together, Mlhl !{''W tlI
her little filends Fourth of
to a July Mr, anti Mrs. C. B, Oitrord arrived till
t lots, but the season will soon bendy In fact they never had all played together I
i o before, they do not mean to stay defeated party at the home of her grandparent, K.iu:' iallle on Tuesday, In the launch,
,,. W an they are now organizing new Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Ooodo. About: (Kmnm: I,. 1\1\ Olffoid will carry an engine
'I) p Bryson returned from Sowanne, team with new blood In It, and will' playa o'clock a happy number were gathered back with him when he returus. I
,iTmD., last Sunday night Ifs It feeling return They have won before on the porch which had been Rally decorated 'I
h well and game. with (laps and bunting Minn Two three '
looking enjoyed the school and can do it again or parties visited the ocean
tom very much. Through some misunderstanding of Eloise presented each guest; with a little beach on the 4th-one on the Wynonii,
I silk (lag- -then /games were platt and Knottier on boaid. tho LI/cIo, und another
f r. and Mrs. J. G. Wey have returned the fireworks committee, the fireworks
refreshments consisting of cakes fruits lu tho luella, all leturulng about fll! p. m,
In the The
'from Boynton, whore they have been for were displayed wrong place. nuts candles and
orangeade were enjoyed.
,,,twtaj:months. The change seems to have day's festivities wound up with a grand The following were present: One of the prettiest weddings of the

,betotttted Mr. Wey, who looks well and ball at O'Brien's hall whore dancing" was Misses Ruth Mead, Lll Ian Ferguson! Mummer will take place at the Methodist ...
8" kept 'till the "wee sma' hours. The
up Jennie Beaujean Mona Campbell, Edith church, Highland avenue, on the 13tlInstant.
f. It the close of the Sabbath school various committees, with the one exception Mack ; Masters Stewart Fletcher Fralser We extend best wishes In ad
[gal Sunday, Mrs Miller who never forgets the ,way must everything be highly; complimented went ott. Successto ) Campbell and U'lllie'McBrkle. vanco.G. 1 !

to please the children distributed the next celebration.Mr. T. Ronald was fn' Eau lulllo last .
|trap, and the school sang "My Country week, having his launch cleaned! preparatory .
iJT}dl of Thee" In a very spirited manner. and Mrs. Harry Wilson of Titus- Doctors Could Not licit Her to his trip to Fort Plorre Mr. lion ,

|!&ev. II II. Jones treated his audience vllle and E. J. Stewart of Jensen spent "I had kidney trouble for years" alt was accompanied by Mr. Singleton, _
the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs A. K.. Wilson \ /
,tol'a fine sermon last Sunday. (We do writes Mrs. Raymond Conner of Sholton.Va Jr., of Hocklodyo.
wish which formed a family reunion all \ h., "and the doctors could not help
[pot to give Impression that bin -- -
members of the family being present. me. I tried Fuley's Kidney Cure, and I II
[Hermans are not always good, but the Mr. II. Wilson combined business with am now. cured. I cannot to much Night WMH Her Terror."I )
I weather U say
so warm minister would
[be forgiven If he did any not preach at all.) the pleasure Insurance, being firm here of In Schuyler:: the Interest& Wilson of for Foley's Kidney Cure." writes would Mrs. cough noarly'all nightlong," ''L \

eba.ppl"late., of Alexandria
?. fwenty.flvo of our citizens took In the one the best insurance agenolea on Ind., "and could hardly get any
lebratloQ at Fort Pierce List, Monday the East Coast. Success to you Brother Georgiana.Minn sleep. I had consumption so bad that

i and report a very pleasant time and, of Wilson. If 1 walked a block I would cough fright : Jil
,! course, were delighted because our next \ ( fully and spit hood but when all other 1'i '

|door neighbor; Jensen won the ball Working Night' and I>uy. Hattie Bower went to Tltusvllle medicines failed, three $1 bottles of Dfj.King's ..
(game. Everything was well conducted, to onjoy the celebration.J. New Discovery wholly cured me
I and eyerybody bad a good time. The busiest and mightiest little thing and I gained :M pounds., Its absolute
W. Bruner and Miss
that ever was made Is Dr. King's New daughter,
ll'. B. Richards and family spent the Life Pills. These pills change weakness Winnie went to TlUmvllle on !Sunday ly guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, I... .......-.r"v"u' -"?:... i
bronchitis and all
grippe throat antihung ..
fourth at the pavilion on the beach. listlessness luto energy; brain-fag Into !and returned 03 Tuesday. troubles l'rlco.'IOu and, *t. Ham !.. ,..._ .. ., .,;;. > :> yiC' :

obey had a fine time bathing;, hunting mental power. They're wonderful In Cues Allen, of Ooodall, is vlsltin?, relatives pie bottles! free at lied' Cross Pharmacy, v.' .Pffi&tig' ,. .. ,,, !*'.' &.',Il"" ,.l'- 1
turtle etc. There was a fine strong building the healtb. Only 2i; o ; J. .i. .t /
up > per and friends here for a few days.Rev ..,.. : '.p .
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which made the take : .. v.r: ;"" *
preeze mosquitoes box Sold by Ked Cross Pharmacy. \ > ,.' >
*the scrub, so that the day was one of J. B. Hawk who hits been seriously I Indianola.Preaching i ". .."' i }.! : < ) : ;
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alloyed pleasure. 111 for two weeks at Mr. Munson'sresidence ; "'- ;,,, *qgjgr.:: : X/

)The people who waited patiently at South Rockledge.Mr. Is much better; and, with his -.. \ '1;; :
wife and son, returned to their home In
F brt Pierce to see the "Fire Works" Melbourne on Monday.A. next Sunday, the. 10th, both 0 I aMiss

/, lea, with capitals that's the way they morning End evening, by Itev Jno. N.
q Vre advertised), and then saw half a Baumgartner, of Cocoa Is paintIng U. Carter and family, F. W. Mun Thompson. Gannon, Sec'y Detroit Amateur

bzen pin wheels (that would not spin), the Garvey cottage.R. son and daughter Mills Cora and her

|d a dozen rockets, wished they had L. Geiger went to Tltusvllle nn the brother, Guy, and 101 r. Allen, went to There seems. all to the be a heavy June,Moorn Art Association tells women what to
through most this
tie home early, and could not forgive i Fourth, and said the sports were Sloe the bench on the 4th, and spent a most orange groves young
I 3 causa of the Impromptu exhibition enjoyable day, bathing and plcnlclng.Mrs. summer, even the trees that are full of
id consequent conflagration early in the 1\lr\ J. I. Swloson suffered a relapse fruit have a !great dual of bloom, which do to avoid pain and suffering caused by
Alice Baroett and her SOD Cecil will Insure'oranges, for ,at loast eight I
fenlng. It wasn't a bit funny to gone on Monday night, and!\ and Is still very
in the dark In sailboats and wife and child her daughter, Mrs. months of the year. female troubles. .
sick.Mrs. Blanch Hall, husband and child and her
} Inches after getting left on the tireirks. Let no one stay away from church on
C. B. Magruder spent part of
son, Kobert, all arrived on Sunday, for a
Next year we will buy a pack account of mosquitoes ulnae\ the church cnnennsclcntlrnutlyreeommenrtLydlaf.
last week visiting her son, U. J. Magrud. "DEAnWRS' t"nncnAu-1
two wo"kl,1"lt with her fa'her and :
firecrackers rocket and wheel .
a has been
well screened
[ a pin so by the kindness
1 stay home and enjoy them. er, at Oak IIIII.\ mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Uncock. of Mr. James Crawford, we can IMiikhnia'A YeJCetnhlft ComiMiuntl to those of my: abaterssulferingwithfemale l'
Breeie of last weakness and the troubled which BO often befall women. I suffered
Miss Dora spent part listen to the sermons In comfort, and
Uncle Hugble and Miss Bva Owen
Foley's Kidney Cure. week at Georgiana, visiting her slater, celebrated their -lib of at not have our minds distracted by tryingto for irionthn with general weakness, and felt 10 weary that I bad j
July birthdays
I Mrs. C. D. Provost.Mr. their homes. At Auntie Is quite' nick kill the "yellow fever gurm carriers." hard work to keep up. I had Bhootiiitf pains, and wan utterly m lOrabJe.In .
fill cute Bright'a Disease.III my dlatreas I was advised to UBO Lydia 10:. I'liikliani'M Vegetable
Rouse has moved to his own home the folks generously remembered
cure Diabetes. -the property be bought of Mrs. MaryE. theru young with three kind of cake, Ice cream The Fourth passed very quietly here, Compound and it wan a red letter day to mo when 1 took the first dose,,
Hit cure stone Id the Bladder or two down to Fort
one going Pierce
fill Bryan last winter.Most and candy. Miss Eva spent a uncut de- for at that time my restoration began. In nix weeks I was a changed
cure Kidney nnd Bladder diseases. some going: up to Tltusvllle, and. In the
Ightful d",. A trip to Cocoa In the I woman, perfectly well In every respect. I felt HO elated and happy that
all of South Rockledgeltes evening a party of eight or nine going
celebrated the Fourth us by sitting In the morning; and a drive to Dr. Wlttfeld's In down to Ueorglana, with Mr. Blair In I want all wornpn who 'suffer to get well as. 1 did."-Mi** GCTILA O. 'otow,

r Lotus. shade and fanning ourselves.Ed. the afternoon, and she thought the I Ills launch to extend: congratulations, to 83& Jones tit" Detroit, ilich., Secretary Amateur Art Association. e
of the I
but her
pleasures day were over Miss Eva Owens her
on birthday.
Lindsay has found employmentwith many friends were all planning to have It 1* clearly shown In this young lady's letter that Lydla XT. +

'_'he Fourth was celebrated here by J. F. Wooten, and has moved his the best last; no early In the morning In this part of the country where veg Plnkham's Vegetable Compound will certainly cure the suffering

[wvyrybody getting together and having agrnd Family Into one of the cottages on the they began; to come In, when suddenly It stables ark: so scarce during the snmrner, of women { and when one consider that 1UIIIII l Oannon's letter la

picnic. Songs were sung and the Stewart place.W. dawned upon Miss Eva that she bad "a it ,Is. a fine thing that fruit Is io abundant only one of the countless hundred which we are continually
'its of surprise party," and It was a complete and of such a variety, the writer see of thl the great virtue of Mn. Fink
p the school went through a very S. Garvey, of Fort Myers, was here publishing In the newspaper eountry,
ad > program and drill. The teacher last week looking over his fine orange luccess. She received very many beautiful lug no less than seven different kinds on bam' medlelne must be admitted by all | and for the absolute our Tf all kind

d rues much 'credit for her care and and is highly pleased over Its fine valuable and useful presents. Mr. a fruit dish this week, viz:orange, lemon, of fcoiAl Ills no substitute can possibly take its piece Women should bear
dpa staking lu the pupils. After the exes grove and quantity of fruit. and Mrs. Fritz Ulrlcb, Mr. and Mrs.I C. pineapple, mango, pear, peach and plum. this Important fact la mind when th.YIlO Into. drug .tor.. and be cure not
erc dinner was spread and all parr appearance D. Provost, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field, All can be grown right here. to accept anything that Is claimed to be "ju t a. ir t u numbering about slity. About ilr.. and Mrs. M. Frye, Miss Mendel, Miss ham's Veiretiihle Compound for no other medicine for female Ills baa
S o'clock( ice cream and cake were served j tr: \v*. cannot guarantee to publish Bugllsb. Miss Topbam, Miss. Louise Can.natta. Saturday, Mr. Oeo. Hweoney' came made to many actual cur *.
Ireland after a few all Items that do not reach this office before Misses Lily and Maggie Carter 'lown a, and' Sunday. the
games went Aunt Eliza Field., Mrs. Bower, and .tmlly.'. consisting of )/Ir. and Mrs.
hoin praising the Fourth of on Thursdays.Fire How Another Sufferer Was Cured.
July. noon
&ilessrs.red Humphrey. George \V.I1- ichuyler and Phil, went with him fur a

-- __------.-- -- ace, Walker Blair Clifford and Leo month or lilt week. visit, giliig up In DAB Mae l-'NKrLuu-I cannot praise your wonderful remedies
logero, and Arthur Simmons were the the launch and taking all the usher boats done moro good than all the doctors I haro
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merry party that did the "surprisingarU" with them the large sail boat, the rowboat had. For: the Lust eight$ years and more I Buffered with female troubles

; Insurance !IIf J > An abundance of serve and delicious and a canvas canoe that Phil has was very weak, could/ not do my housework also had nervous" pros
frj refreshments were and all just[ completed. tration. Some days I would remain unconscious for a

:: went; "merry as the proverbial "Marriage night. My neighbors thought I could never recover, but, than to
House Goes Up In Smoke and J
JJrutally Tortured.A your medicine, I now feel like a different woman.

you loose everything it Is your own :* Opaao "I feel very grateful to you and will recommend Lydia JJ. Pink-'
case to HUE
light that for
7 fault. FIRE INSURANCE:: sufficient e. and per ham's Vegetable Compound to all. It has now been four years sinceI
Cares cold In 2& hours. Relieve.neuralgia ent unmerciful torture use perhaps
to cover the value of the property sod :J a rheumatism bronchitis! and never been equaled. Joe Oolobick, <>t had the lout spell of nervous prostration. I only weighed ninety

.\, .. household efTe tAI should be carried. :* icadacb., Comforting and curative. ColuII", Cal.. write.: For t> years I endured eight_pound* at that time ; now I weigh one hundred and twenty-three.
\to Rates are not high. The companies Swift, sore and afe. The .beat of all Insufferable pain from rhenm.1- "* consider your Vegetable I Compound the finest remedy made. .

.r we represent are solvent, reliable and J cold remedies because the most efficient.Opaao Ism abd nothing relieved me though I Thanking you many times for the benefit I received from your medMne*

.r 'tH.L liberal. All Claims; promptly paid. ... is a small chocolate coated tablet tried l everything known. I came across. 1 remain,Yours truly,.3lna.J.II.k'Aasit,2809EUkttAveSt. I uLf; ilo

Write n* for rates) on your property. .* and Is sold at 2&c a box at Bed Cross Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine )Jlememl Mrs. I'lnkham'i advice'In free and all sick women
Don't neglect to take out a policy. :J Pharmacy. on earth for that trouble A few
do ask for It. She speaks front the wlde.2io
.:;.. ---- --,I x>ttes completely' relieved and enrolne. are foolish If they not
1- Schuyler & Wilson, :2TITUSVJLLi ." Jo.t as good for liver and kidney experience, and bus helped multitude of womenro .
of all /
JOB PRINTING kinds done at .
FLORID :* troubles sod general debility Only .Vtesatisfaction PORPEIT If....nDoII t"rtbwf'" . ..r<.la l Utlr*aD4 ..ofI\.tD'.. ..
/ :, ... this office at reasonable rate. Giveus guaranteed at Red roes $50 0 0 alIv..5s.Omutda4, eiddt war prows heir' clMolat ....lnaw.LjrdiaK.flAAilutiaMv4l.Ca.. .. _
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''n Ill IN ALFALFA-- LAND. CATTLE IN TEXAS. Florida East Coast Ry.

'01'. Har ll.rvr.. and It.. M..h....,.. Th. ..oek.... 1. L.okl.. to the ( 1)i V

I The amber of ...UI..... Ea>.< rn F.*tl... ... Hone Market LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904

t It la bout not to cut a crop of alfalfa By P. 8. BUQBEB Before Panhandle

bay: the drat souson but to allow the Stockmen'a Association OUTNSOUND-DEAD DOWN 1I0IT"aGIIJlD-I"1 t,

? field to net well started for the next Those of us who were fortunate
enough to visit the fut stock show at N..1 1I..a'' STATION Ne.55: Ns "
under favorable circmnatancen ,
year. However Dally
flatly Dsm7j0p
the convention at Fort Worth will bear Dally.l,
one or even two or three ...... . .uuv ............-... ..... r bu sS
me out when I nay that there were cat. o! "a1..v.+...._.: :. : ,..........soJaoaokaonval.. ......................Lv ,1a
crops may be obtained the! first year tieIt that exhibit that would be a I 15 111 III. .........................8t.ADIf..UD... ... ..................... 7 4c c M to
Alter the first year the number of cut- 'Spfa.eDf 1 11 t7.'.............. ..... ........ Ha.UnR. ..................... ....... a a. I i
's credit to the state of Illinois :in talkIng -. 104 U .1. .... .......:... ....... ... .ll.Palatka. .................... ....... aNs 4ql H I
tinge depends upon the length of the with one of the men who had prepared .
.. ........... .. .... .... ....Lv 81;
'IS 11 4t ........... .... .Palatka. 0. ,
1 season and the altitude. A. S. Hitchcock some cattle for that exhibit I C'ry O" 11 1I Lt ........;........ .....Falatka.. ................. .........JLT ''I WaI 1 Ill ,
I' asked what would be the difference In
In of
otfrostolofflst charge /grainana .l ,, o JO I N 41 ........ .... ............,.Sao Matao .. ...................... eon.,
forage plant Invpstlgatlons. say cant of finishing the steers here and in NCB? 1 W P. Lr ........-........ .. ..asm Mstea.... .. .. .. ......... .. ... 1 IB'. 119
Illinois. lie mild that the advantage 1*
of tills crop fta grown In the northwestern Texan gpLv.. ...... .... ....... .. ... ... N.o a .......................... iten -
l largely In favor of as we have .. unnell.. ........................ MI
states that at the higher altitude II ............._. .......... II se a
nearly two months advantage In climate 4 I fi 41 p .......... ..... .. ...... ..Duponl. ... ............ ........ 'lla I till)
or latitudes not more than two cuttings 11 p............::....:.. Ormond. ..:.............:........ :: 6 IT tol
as them are six weeks or two p ... ............ ... I !
F 01 ....... .... ... ... ...D.ftona. 40 a.\ 0 !
-- month.* that they do well to make a I 10 II p ..:::................:......Port Oiang.. ......f..............:.: Ise. )
steer hold OIl'P ......_........ .........MI-W Smyr.n.. ......................Lv.. 40 ilia UI I
I : his own In Illinois. Now I I 14 ::.............. .............Oak Hill.................. .. ...... l. i lOr
I .' .. two months of climate la cheap feed. : Up .............................Tltuavlll.....,.............,_.. a II. i
1.I/! I, rjInl ",-, ,.'"'of.of In countries sell but I, H p .....................,............Ooeoa..Roekledir............................ 181. fll\
I; I ,.... !...., .., some they climate I' ............................. ................. ........ Il1a \
OI\Jo- : In Texas It is the cbe/ pe't thing we j I. P ........................ ...1:... OalTlft.,........................ I u. list
I I r" have. \Ve have that &I. 18 p ............................ Mel bourn*............_............. 1.. s 11 Ui
: proved we con 1a p ............... ............e.h.1etlen! ............... ........ 11 sea 11 M.
I \J raise in abundance all the require- 101 let P ........,............. ......"1. LUl'...... ...........::........ It 01. MMiMi
of beef 1 11 p .....................<. .. .... Ft. ruirc._:......................... 1016.
nuyits making good and pork. .18 ................. ............ Tlbbal............_................. 11 777SDyyyP' to.
.\I We must prepare ourselves for the Tri-Weekly Sailings Y f Slp.' ..............................Edos............. ..................... 25p i! I I...
: l w great change that bus taken I.., I' ..............................J.n.rn .....,.......................... .
/ place. 1 lie 110 P ..... .... ........... .... Stuart ... .................. lOOp t Ml
:.i ,,1 \ The big ranches lire punning out. For" .11 D .....:....:........... :. ...Hobe Soand...:..................:.:.: Up lot.
J j'n BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling I.' ...._..............West. Jupiter. ............o IIp 1 tit
found sale
;"I L many yours we ready In the 1 SI6 ........... ...... .. W. Palm Beach .... ........... ... 1'1 p I lltt
i I great northwest for our young steers 465 110. ..'.......,..:.. .....:......Boy Ion.. .....................::... t lap TM,
but that Is about .>d. The at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 101 .. .... ... ..... ... .Ditlray..Ft. ...... ...... .. ......_. I alp Tao,
\I.,.t day PUIIII( a ea ..::.::......:....... .. ..:. 1.drr.lale... .. ........ ... .......... : alp MIMi
I .' northwestern man now nays' that be S10 Np.......... .... .. .. ........ .Hallandal. ............ .. .. .. .. ....... atp
i,':( _- .- -._. .o;"_ .__ can't handle steers unless Bell The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service I tit I t. p..L mnn City.............. .............. J 10 P "Oa
::111 our we !
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1110 Ollp A............ ... .. ... . ..AHaml..L.. OOp too.
at about the price we have been get-
j rot,* aTACKBta!: WITH Bou[!:. The New Southern Lines.
tin for calves from the feeders. of Clyde England and .
I may bo poHutble. In the upper Sun Ohio. Indiana. Missouri Nebraska and Direct Service Between BJLNTOHD BKANOII. ORANGE CITY BRANCH

,, : Joaquin valley In California, five or _Ucattlngn Kansas. Jacksonville Boston and all e' No. 12Pally Ao.3 I .I No. 2 NoTT
Eastern Poin1s STATIOMI.
+ are usually! obtained.* In the The eastern feeder will come nearer '; Dally Dally I Pally | Dally Dell

11 Lovelock valley, Nebraska where large paying us the value of our Improved (Calling at Charleston S. c., both ways 't TOdag Lv......... TltmvlH* .........Ar It Mp IMp J010 |LT..N. Smyrna. ..ArllllalLT. 1 !8p 101
qoantltleH of alfalfa are three *.. -. t a ..,....... ** ........... II Lie I lip I..t1 H el.a l .Ar llOp 10,
I Brown cattle than any one clue if we Imve the 4t4S" S Lv.Ennrprlee.........Ar II fOe $ 83p II 89e Lv.O- City.Ar
.. .. ... snge tsp
Southbound ..... .. . Boston
A cutting are made with a yield of five quality he wants, and we should strive Northbound... ........: ,"" .""", .1.'...,..v from loot oC Catherine Lewis Street Wharf Jacknonvlllo S ....... ... Sanford ...,....;.hv 1040a iOOp 11 4/laJAr. .Or.CUy Jo..Lv 12 top 11l,
to seven tone.i to have the bout We have climate .
only a ----
WiTT N*.23 No. 21 N*. ItDally No. 17 No..18Dally .z0 Sill
Alfalfa hay In prepared in the manner and soil suitable to the growthof let and Daily Sated
St. Johns River Line. DallyMAYPOBT
i i usual for bay crops, but tho operations any grosses or grain known to the ..p..Orj"dc naday.air Dally. |except rxeeptSund'y Dally Dally- Dally InsdT

''I are modified somewhat by cllraat1C American continent Every cow man '/ (Denary Lin.) Sunday only
'i ;}1'' condition Concerning methods ,In land of be *' stop I t'P 400 1 I 00 p Maana Lv I.okooDY..r T OOa 840a I".p 110 JI P ,
a owner necessity be lO
must> BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 0 Up i HPi 4 6P lOSp Sa.Jaejtaoarllla It MaMa 8 Ma JI / ,
; ::1 ( the dry regions of the northwest, Air. can make a feed crop without.Ah'e aid Stopping at Fatatka Astor St. PranoU. Bere..fonl(DeLand), antlmtermedlat landIn 10 Mp p 6 30 p 1 I Up 10og..P.bloBe..b.. 1 !ooa 1 top 1 ItO' l s,
i 10 U H I UrI > 10 14 Atlantis Baaek a IftaOOa 7 11II" II
Hitchcock says; One man with a team of commission moneyr'Tmy" gi on the St.John'l Klrer. asp p I 1 lip Iq,
''j other 1110 Mp T Up 60 p I 00 p lift)a Ar. Mavporl Lv I T 40 a I Of n I ao p/ q,
i r I may mow about fifteen acre a day. Ugh priced money Strive to raise the STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.

i1:! The alfalfa Ji initially raked within a best cattle p.n.d prepare to finish therren.tWf I*appointed, tt call a. follow L..ve JnelcsonvlMe\ 8I1nI..,.. Tuumliiyn and Thursday. 3::30 p.m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS: AT MIAMI.
? Returning leave Sanford Mondays, %Wmlnawlay and rrlday..IIJO.: m.qen'l
I few hours after mowing thrown Into
: : number you possibly can for -- lr-
I ''I, e bunchea by bond mill stacked ns sooty iliirket.Kncourngp. S..utl.und Twos down 8ClIEDULE lIiorth.Ho It.ad nil. CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S. *. COMPANY FOI

;'//1 ''''"... as convenient, If the '!!r.b"U% ww to home markets or* the teav. a >ii"i>i ... ... .... ......... .. ..Ja'kennville.. ..... .. ........ .... .... Ariv-l>> 00.. IU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
:;, ...-Remain too \IonIC l flfe swath or wind. bullcllnglot} packing pi tints as near to Leave 9 -'II p;.m. .......... ... .. ..... .. .. ..I'.lalka.. ........ ......... .. .... .Leave. S re p. m.
t l.ea". al"I..u,. ... .. ._ .. .... ... .. .. .. ...... ..... .. .... ... Leers 1301' m.
::11 rt'f. to.) much! -\loHH Of foliage occurs In us as elllbll'. Ky this! I do not mean Pstrnucl.. .. ... ... ....... ....
( : pO Leave 40 30 .. m. ... ...... ... ......St. ... Leave 100 p. m Then. Tim Tihlo show !the> tlm at which train. be *.,.eoMd to arrive and
i :I ( ata.I'\!' of the of that should be Leave.. .. ..... .. .. .. ... tere.turdLkiLind) .. ... .. ...... .....Leave 1:1: 00 1.000. ... may .. depart
dryness cow a pnck- from tholr arrival
> 'ifjyVrtccoHnt: every luau the .ral tatlun.bill or departure at toe ttnr* taf I Arrive 130..m: .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. Sanford .. ... .. ....... ...... 910 a. .... hold fop
;4? !1 .J the aThe!,-. er. Cattle raining IH one business' and Arrive 10:00.: ) .. m.. ......... ...............1IuI.rl'rl.e.?: .............. ...... .......Leave 10 110 a. m. doe. the Compaay Itwir reeponetble any delay or any eoaatqaeniM. along thentram. -
I I I hay; !I. usually Btnckeil by mal packing l Is another r business. Ther In 2O4W."eay .
/ Passenger and Ticket Office St., Jacksonville.
!j. -chineIf; the stack III I made In the no patent on killing and packing, TOT Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Imforma.tio
!f field Bweop or bull rakes are m'raslon- meats. and the Held Ms open the mime r. M. IRONMONGER Jtt. Aunt.neD..ta*... ARt.! :lOt Wa..t Bay st.Jackeonvtlle.\ Fla.
i U J W. a.cooricaJrfocal krt.AKt. Jackannvtlle. O LOVKI.L, 8uj(,erlnt mlent Jacksonville. SEE THE TICKET AOENT."
ally used for hauling the bunches to as In bnlltl.iij:; rullrond. or factories of root Hogan St.,Jacksonville, ria.

i1 i the stacks but tliexe Implements. have any kind. It ill evident that the parkIng A.C. HM ERTY, (ttn'l Kasfn Pan*. Ant. New Torn. CLVUK: MILNK, Oen. Frt. Att.( ,New York. J. D. RAUNJSR. Lest (}en. Pas. Ag.nt., ST. .AUGUrn.A.d.m. ILA.
General .Vla-iBcer. WM. P OLVI: un. General Agent
; the lerloun objection of Mhatterlii the business cannot long remain In thebands Chesebrough HulldlnK. 15 State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. atE
rts leaves canning corresponding IOKH of of the few who now control It. C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltmvllle, Fla." -

ft' i ,I I valuable fodder. For thin reason the The cow: business has its ups and .
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t 11 ::1' banshee are ununlly' loaded( by hand on downs IRny other kind of bu lnellll. -- (7 CTRo

f ] wagon provided with hnyrucks. At The chunked conditions force us to 4mzwad 1

1 the stack the hay Is unloaded from thowagons change our method to meet them. If Atlantic Coast Line

l : I by horsepower; the machined we would remain In the business we R'y. ? [LLVILIJVDJrt11
d I'' r I stacker or hay derrick. throe or four acres carry the cow Instead P''" ttUs'

I The moat common type of stacker of fifteen to twenty as hereto The Great Through Car Line from Florida. E

+ I//, I throughout the northwest In. some mod. fore.
Ideation of the pole, or must and( boom TO THE EAST. ,
I / Opanc I Il
); ( I' stacker. Thin Is eHsentlally a derrick Cures a cold In 21 hours. A modernremedy Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thencevia Lou/s. Ii II I
with and which l Railroad. rave i
pulleys a hayfork by She Pennsylvania
'a ;I ; I for grippe, Influenza, coughs
f .
cold bronchitis! throat .
sore neuralgia :
and ibeumallsm. Purely vegetable, easy TO TIII .WEST. ;;zrF4a ,,4 oirrJ.

) i itl ill and pleasant. to take, and never fails to The Louisville & :Nashville, vU Montgomery. The Mobile A: Ohio K.- R.

Rive; quick relief. M.5As

I UlLLliiljJCOMMON Opaac Is a small chocolate coated tablet TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. CITY

." !f" and Is sold at 9.1o; a box at Red Cross Via Sitvannnh and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Plilladeldhla, Dos- lYAi RI"a.

; I'liarmncy, THusville. ,ton Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah .
and Merchants' and Miners' Trannporttalon Company for Baltimore RLCtT

,' 'ii; Now that It tiiiv been ascertained by aud l'hlladelphla..
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!) n scientist/ that the lurk, rhii.to n .!'l et'
: TIl'B OF HaTBAOK.serernl
height of :2.000$ feet we know why.
Peninsular' Occidental S'eamshlp Company. HO' ,
i \ hundred pounds of bay can be
when people go on f A lark they hare a
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j lifted from a wagon end deposited upon high,old' time. Jacksonville *. JAialL tncjgBIAcgvltl
,ji I the stack The stackers are generally Connection Made for all Points 9

homemade. The derrick may be sup
t The campaign spellbinders will plwi.
ported by a heavy framework or may e MILEAGE TICKETS. i

IiI: : consist of poles held In place by guy: note that this fellow citizen: !I" n Interchangeable mileage tickets !Rood over 13,000 miles of among the principal

", : tores. The hay IK usually lifted by country of 8O.OHO.OOO Inhabitants. Vide railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents.! F..

:'1 means of a fork but nets are In. common tli.. hi test H-iiHiix bulletin. For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,

I, use In some localities. The most FRANK O. JJdYLSTON", Coramarol.il Asct. W. i D. STARK Tray Pass. Agt. SMOOTH RUN

p, ,,1\\ common style of fork Is that known as iaa: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA.JI. .
; 'd\ the Jackson fork or, outside of California :M. EMERSON: Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oeu'l. Pass Agent.
We like best to call SOUTHERN
i 11: as the California fork. For alfalfa VVILMINOTON. N. c. !

I the fork usually has four tines but for scorrs EMULSIONa
---'- '--
' ., grass bay five or six tine Ity means PI
food because it stands so em- AIL'WAYcsaflYJUZ

of wagon a small can rope dump the the operator fork load upon of Bay the phatically for perfect nutrition. SEA..JI3<>.A.. D To !

J upon the stack at any desired point And yet in the matter of restor- WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and

I One or two horses attached to the ing! appetite, of giving new AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

lifting rope or cable furnish the power strength to the tissues especiallyto and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.

to lift the load. The load ou the fork the nerves, its action is that CINCINNATI, CHICAGO. I "THE LAND OF THE SKY"

p la swung over the stack by slightlyleaning of a medicine. -
the derrick toward the stack. Send for frM....rl.. The NORTH and WEST. *u "The Sapphire Country."
The ,
fork then swings by own ,
P arl Sirrat, alldrugahtaewYarnEXCURSION H._... D...... Obis Car
weight The empty fork 1 la drawn back l n.,.aad t i.oo| WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, P..u_... c._ ..rf...0.
4 to the wagon by means of the dump 0. All TI., T" a....

rq>e. Sometimes the load Is swungover

I the stack by hand. Another form Two Elegant Trains Dally SOOTHCRN 1lLWAY I1. W. Sag ae..t. .I. .pt...A.I.JL..A WIT.:, Pta Otero swa.s.av. A.stf ,

of fork occasionally seen Is the harpoon Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. *. Test' P.T. M.. ......-. D. C. L N. il..wteay 0..P.A.114.ka a.... D C
fork. Instead of the fork there Is ,
t W. H.T*WMC A. a. P.A, Arias*.Os.
sometime used a net also called a
ting or hammock. Three or tour of TIIEWORLD'S '

tbeee are placed at Intervals In the hay v-TO ONLY LINE. Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans. ------- -- ------- --- -

I l as it Is being loaded.! At the stacks
the nets full of bay are lifted from the .
For full Information and reservations call
sleeper on
any Agent
i. wagon to the stack by means of dertt LinesSPECIAL
Seaboard writ Mallory
t, (t d or

) 'w; r t Another form of stacker which baa -VIA- A. O, MACDONELL. Aut. Gen. 1..... Aft S. C. BOY LSTOX, Pass. Agt.

: pOT.d very satisfactory Is the cable JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

( d..ck. Forks or nets may be 'used 1 Nashville Cbattibooga & St. Louis By. .
1\,,\ IJ 9 :; ruOMt till* style. In eastern Colorado -' ---- --.- .---- "- PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

r +'t acid parts of Wyoming an improved DO YEARS

t::, stgak.r I. la common use. ATLANTA. CHATTANOOGA AND EXPERIENCE and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamship on the coast.

J : : The banchen may be brought to th. NASHVILLE KIDNEY DISEASES -NO O ERCROWDIY'G-

with horse but the ills-
.! stacker sweeps
/'t' tee mast not be great or there will I "DIXIE FLIER ROUTE" IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARAS'TEEDoothfl't

;\. I be too much lose of leaves. Hence the I are the most fatal of aH en. ships M no tickets will be sold to exceed the numberof bertlj

stacks are smaller than when the .**Jacksonville, via F.8. r.,1:405. m. cases.. or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indivltlutervlce

t .;,. bunches are brought by wagon. .*..JackaoovllU, via...C.I-,t:KM p. m. and attention.

Tbe stacks of alfalfa are commonly ..m.-Se.LnoU.S:JO p.m,and I a-m.aMond day. gniCYJQDHEY| CURE in TRADe DCStONSCo : MAIM

I';' ....' about twenty-five feet wide and rULtl o eomitn. Rie> Jor m "HT Ac. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FR I I J T

"''l lk bush and as long as convenient often Through Pullman Bleeping! Can Jackaonvlll to *.Aavm l klv' '*". mdln, a".". ovtnioo'.<' and fra dMxrlptina wtMtlrar e.rka. aa (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Unlon)
100 feet Bt LouU. i2eonea. hl Coatrnvnlca.Scientific
or !
: j'' refunded. Gsntalnaremedies t .sInn i" L. NIIt 08001_ _r.
,t''I money -. = the.,, t/o.etl.ea j LOWEST RATES TO YEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
f'' The favorable season for the growth' Foe Information, sobcdnl. map of Kxp
f of potatoes In Arisona is between the ,book of hotel! sad boardinnbouaa nent -physicians as the best lot .JlmcricaM. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
frosts of March and the beat of June *. write to
Kidney and Blidder trouHta. A'V"?01?*''.mMTM W.. TT.alailoa ,_ _
ad the growth of another crop Is possible K. J. WALKER, Fla. r.... Agt. of .s MMnuSa Invraal Through tickets! sold to *" northern Points. For full Information regarding
between the beat of August and llUC850e. sal. 51,00. .. **. byafl tZ==: I tractions[ offered by no other line W
Nashville & St. Louis ; diagrams reserratlns ticket etc.' ,. apply
Chattanooga: Rj.; MINI ..
Co '..' ..
tbo frosts of autnmn.\ Jacksonville, Kla.. lle l Cross Pliarmncy. t"tss__ r ."... ..y'Newycrk: j IRTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Ja.isonTill() floris



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TITC8VH.I.E. LIME, SALT AND SULPHUR., I ...$,." prates: .f.M.rU.Arinuic .. NKW" YOltK ;";::. "

Tti. ?..!.. <9a.' Bprny .......... ..*!.- rvvvut tNHrtlrultui'..l Introduction
14. Sembler Cottage factory !. the Ea... ; of merit a_",enumerated 1 hv Pro- j: .
Interest hi the line suit and. sulphur :, fessor iun' PeuiMtn at Ib,' "nuul! Hotel Marlborough

UP, TITUS VILLE. FLORIDA. pray of the I'uolflc const as .a remedy out'tlng of the Pennsylvania liortlculturlMtM '
| IAN the Philippine and Koss-
for San Jose settle In the oust began .
5'? ;i ney pears. lh qualify of both Is approval Broadway, :30th and 37th Street, NEW YORK.
Open All the Year. to be general las senora and the ex- t I" -
I. and tbe 1'hlllppiau said to
400 Room 200 bath rooms lighted entirely) with electric igbta. Conducted
1 i nU made In various stated at I
perlm tMt rcxlHtant to disease. Jlrlttlewixxl.auiunu ,
on American and European plans, and Is managed underlie persons
GO lap, ,, Good Board and Attention. that time have placed on the footing plums was credited l wlllwany supervision of the owner.; .; rye "" *" '" ."

tip Reasonable Rate of an efficient remedy for the eastern good (qualities and especially the very E. 'CROWELL, Manager '

1 states. Entomologists Purrott and Important one of standing up 'well .. --- .. -. _. ..."... .. -. --
wJ r' Two door from F. E.'C. Railway Mouser of tbe Ohio state ..tltlol.n)'_ against the clrcullo.'Rnt and Stoddnrtl -
that the llme-sul|>hur-8alt wash has were both pronounced good. Miracle KIAMISIIA: L.AKI:, N.Y.
on 10 4ii : Station, Titusville.py' proved to be well adapted to the needs In a European novelty stoneless ..
D -- -- -
- of many orchartllsta. In Ohlt and will plum. ,
, Dip MRS. A. J. SEKBLEK, Proprletreaa.E. occupy an Important place In spraying The Charletou grape was warmly : :
ewe wpN operations In the future. The extensive I I commended, the ,speaker stRUng that Kiameslia Inn KIAMESHA LAKE, .* :" ,I"f'' n
II tests that have been made by lie hud never tasted" bettor. :McPlke.western SULLIVAN COUNTY,

U,, G. HOUSE and RESTAURANT TITUSVILLE, practical men have demonstrated thatthe : II ( variety, was pronounced of SEW YORK.',''

. FLORIDA. lime-sulphur-salt wash, at the i superior quality to Concord. (
pp I )\".
ii:! strength usually recommended, not I| Sunrise, a l late t ripening clingstone 11'., '
, EUROPEAN PLAX only' efficiently controls the Sao Jose I{ peach and lltley and Hello of Georgia, ; ) <'
p This "New Rockledge" of the North, nestles In the mountain by the ,
' ioMa scale, but 1 Is> besides! of much valueIn ) freestones. revolved favorable notice. ,

11 M|* Call for what you want, and pay for what you get. We keep on hand holding In check the pouch leaf curu flow Me of a beautiful lake, 2,000( feet above.tea level. 1',
' The results secured by the tents wereso c..... Tmo. k.t PramCaiuias Bred. -t t ?r
, 2: tbe best of food that money can buy, and feed our patrons with same.
highly satisfactory that even the I cohie quite true from seed, Exquisite': climate. All modern convenience, Large airy room
'ylN. No beautiful :Sunrise for "breakfsat "
' nor Scenery with Bouquetsfor most skeptical were convinced of the ; and the stock of desirable varieties can I
' 40. "dinner," nor Mud Baths for "supper" and a glass of salt water to wash : efficient qualities of this wash for the easily l>o Increased' by this method: Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tennis.e o

'''Oi.Mi your meal down Yuu get; all this free. We charge for what you eat, no I spring: treatment. of these two" destructive Soak the seeds In hot water for about ,

,'Wl more. Don't confound this place with the "Indian River Adobe House" pests of the peach orchard. As u twenty-four hours before' planting and Most reasonable rate, : ;, '

16Hi We'treat air alike, Tourists or Rlverites. $Ilq per day.C. consequence many more orchardlsta I' holding&. each seed firmly ha pair of \

, H to.). are going to use the wash this spring. 1'11It'lw'tI. lie a small portion of the hard II. R. IIAnWl: roprletor.
\ 84. COLLINS, Proprietor. The formula that has Siren most surface off; otherwise! It "will take the

lOa general, satisfaction In the preparationof seeds all eternity to start. Started In ... --- ---_._- -- -- _.
' Mi
JACKSONVILLE.IDYAL the wash is as follows: Lump lime, this manner Gardening says, many of nilVN BIAWlt PA.
a SO pounds; salt CO pounds; sulphur, 50 the seeds" will germinate In a few

pounds; water 150 !gallons weeks and should I b# given small pots "
i 07 PlAce tile full amount of lime In the when they nre three or four Inches ,

!!!L kettle or vnt, or whatever the receptacle high uhlftliur. to four Inch when It Is BItYM AWR. ,
, 10rlr may be, and start It to necessary Keep: the seed boxes In a Bryn :
p slake with hot water, using enough to worm place until all the seal has started ,
ilr prevent the lime from being air slaked for It will probably be several

1"' but not enough to drown It. During month before bt last Meed germinates' ,
wd i if the sinking process mid the sulphur. --- ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) .
Opposite postofBoe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- + I
147 all lumps baring been: first pulverised,
I and the salt. Stir both of them In thoroughly lr\'hIK', Hiicliu Wal'rrM ,
/ ,
: sisp novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. and add water gradually to reduce Cure scalding urine backache, rheu- OPEN .IIINK. TO OOTOIIKU. For term, eto., address..
the mixture to a thin piiMtc., If matlHm, nervonsncsn, loss of Hash, se
up | Rates 2.50 day and the mixture Is not already boiling, meat In the urine, renal calculi, diabetes
f per up. bring It to this point and allow It to nod l all kidney trouble! Including .
E boll for hour,
i: one Ui hhi's disease They are purely LELAXI) tlTKRR1(11,11101'\ t
', B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.
If thevuh Is prepared In an Iron .
verahle compound and not directly on the .
01 kettle It will be to add
t necessary a .
weakened tlsmies and blood vessels of
bucket of "water now and, then to replace
I 'the kidney and urinary organs.: Hold l.' UKYN MAWK, FENN.
that lout In the boiling process ;0c a box by Red t'ross: Phsrinaroy.

H. O'NEALHAS and to stir the mixture frequently to _._.---.. .. -_.- -- -- ....- -_. --_ .-- ..
-part'HI prevent burning and caking of materials
hen upon the sides of the vessel.. : .

- LEASED THE After one hour's boiling enough hot
water should be added to make the required -'
'i amount of mixture or If cold
water la used the proper proportion HAVE

should be added. and the wash again

- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. brought to the boiling point. The wash +4
la now ready for use. It should then '
'it Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.60 per day and upwards. be emptied into the spraying barrel l, being -
? The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put In first-clans condition.
When flol hed, It will be second to none in the city. New evator aod strained through common wire
1 new plumbing is being Installed. New and large sample room being added. screening, and If possible applied while

. Rooms with bath, from May 1st to Nov. 1st, :$J per day hot to the tree._ : THE '


FLA. IC..e.tidira11om.Fra/Qbat: Worthyof ,
Commercial Culture. u
t "
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- The cherry U probably grown less for .o.
commercial purposes. than fitlY of our
ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold .Water other orchard fruits, not l because tbe

profits of growing it are lensbut be-
r Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf. or depot.. All cause tbe fruit ripens in midsummer

and requires' more work to harvest WALTON BLOOKi
street cars tile door. Rates '.00 to
pass $2.50 per day. .
than any of,,the other fruits The cherry
1s. what might be railed a home
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.
fruit. The tree In small growing and
-- .
naturally ornamental and appropriateto i
plant In house yard' and near build-
pe New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA.On ing"

The demand for the fruit is staple

the American and European Pl.\n- and it Is very seldom that a glut In the .

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant cherry market Is beard of. It Is a iwt '

family home. Rates: American Plan, 42.00 and $$2.60; European, SOcts .
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.. 7 I'
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor
the beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the '\\: '' 0---

same management., -
I +a .

:;Car. Main and Adams Streets,

ew :, JACKSONVILLE\ FLA. A NEW MENTION. Recently Patented all Over the World

The Walton
Everything; new; centrally located; elegant suites withprivate baths. a '
Rates: American .M to $.i; European, rooms 'Sets and, upwards.
1 Special Rates to Commercial Travelers. I

R. RIXLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. Self-Locking Tackle Block .

.- .-- !i ii .. :_. 'r
t. ) i
i PAULO DEACII. fruit that bus been neglected by commercial 1 : \\q.' ." Made In various shapes and sizes, of. .-

fruit growers and deserves ti) fussWOOD; IKON !and IIIION/K. Win( ,j .'

be much more widely R' work equally wall with rope, chain" or n4"
PABLO BEACH, planted.In q .,. .t tWill
EAN VIEW HOUSE J a lately Issued monograph on cherries wire rope. .\
FLOItlPA., In Iowa Professors Fries and Littleof .I' .
down .
.'. work at any bight, upside ,

.. MAGNIFICENTLY LOCATED. the Inll'I'IIllD1r"luoJ1 state college: Include of 'varieties an extensiveand with horlx* ntally, or at any angle, and will (,,'I r '

''-: top and lock at any pol a! ,
numerous Illustrations. theseIs
y Ocean Front, near Emit Coast Depot. Has- all Outside Rooms. Orel No. 23, or Early Slorello Among of the Invaluable for every kind of business. "'r,
e r '.
Montmorency group of sour cherries where a block I I..* needed, frequently saving : -
Hen and Sulphur Baths. The fruit Is described ss round, medium I the labor of one man or more. .

sized, bright red, with small stone, "
': quality !good flavor acid and slightly Nothing like It fur hanging or stretching ...t' ,

RATES: *2 per day, $8 to 412 per ek. tf stringent; season about tbe lame as wires. Qyr"
t Early Richmond. Tbl variety ban Address all communications. to the '1:'
been widely disseminated throughoutthe 6 '''1

... ,/ west by Professor Budd. and has :". l Walton Self-Locking Block 'Co :

FLOURNOY 4 FLOURNOY, proved to be productive and hardy It "
deserves to bet planted.llmmailmf '.a isa (Incorporated) ," ,
Owners and Proprietors. ,.
,5 .. .. ... .. Office/ and Wareroom, 101) Atlantic slue,,',:<\
.(..._ >.rrl. .. For Jew........ Near Kowe's: Wharf, Elevated !Station.BO.HTOX p'/'J .' )

? OLD SEABKKEZR, COODALL, FLA. In picking fruit for St. Louis the best i .; 4 : MASH.! .
picker should be> consigned to this 3 .
tl work and should go over the patch or
? SEABREEZE, field ahead of the others. In picking In showing the new method of reeving
Ihe Seaside Inn.OLD strawberries each berry should be'': .1 ," the rope In tbe triple block, figure 1 starts
GOOD \LL. FLA wrapped separately and MM In the box s,. .,:. .. at tbe becket of the upper block: coming
of lower block
down to center sheave ,
that all will be
t1u carefully placed so
( Is now open for the summer season under the management of the owner, close enough so that they cannot. move .. theu figure 3: entering upper block ID
," right/ band sheave Figure 3; coming/
HORACR F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated 9n Daytona but not tight enough to mash or bmlw down to lower right hard sheave figure' "
Beach, the hotel la modern In all its appointments, with large, airy. pleasant Pint boxes should be used, but If cot r. I entering upper left hand shelve, llgar-/ +" '
rooms overlooking; tbe ocean and opposite Heating's Casino and Pier. obtainable place a layer of cotton h''' i 3 entering left hand .he.nof lower block n d o,

a Tbe surf bathing Is unexcelled.! Terms moderate. the bottom of the box, a. layer between' and figure .0 entering center sheave of upper + +
of berries block. The lower block wants" to
each and
layer more on top i
HORACE: F. STEWART. Owner and Manager. '
of the box. Crates should be murk oil face abe opposite way to upper btock! In
._ _._ !' order to be able to reeve tbe rope (In Ibis "
that whateach
---- know
--.--- ------ -- --- ------- 90 expressmen may '
and line*. ..
manner prevent cross .
contains. The fruit nfioulit I"- : ?* a
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE picked green enough to be flrtn even If '
Sample Blocks can be seen at the ADVOCATE ,
1 1C Is still Inclined to be wlilt on tip. 1
-EATLY!: WITH DESPATCH.C So advises O. L. Holslnger vt the Kansas -I r office Tltosfllle;and at the store _
State Horticultural t __R: of S'?;;B. Ilobbard A Co., Jacksonville.
"", _.. ."..:.-'r C6r; OUR PRICES) ARE RIGHT TTLTTtrj>' : :? society Call and see these blocks working

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::1 1 l. fJ EAST COAST) ADVOCATE JULY 8, 1904. _


({; r THE FOURTH OF JULY :AT TITUSVILLE., the took superintendence place Washington of Major avenue F. M., under Tay :I WIlY when USE you: cnn OLD buy the STYLE best Self-Lock-BLOCKS!:!, East Coast Meat Marie

lor, which brilliantly Illuminated Tltus Ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS;; vllle for half an hoar or so. It kept both price. Now In use In the United G. F. DUREN, Agent.

41 Went Bay Street, .old and young In a quiver of excitement States Army and Navy Departments. ..esert:
I JACKSONVILLE, {FLORIDA.. HOW IT, WAS SPENT; IN BREVAfiD'S Amidst i the score from beginning to end. Examine them atPrltcbard <& Sons, or > -
enthusiasm, being
.' Largest stock In this section of country. great the ADVOCATE office Tltusville. f*> 0cis ::
1 Established in 1808. COUNTY TOWN. 27 to 5. Dr. E. E. Rollins umpired the THE GRAND BALL.

; Send for descriptive catalogue. game. Mr. P. S. Titus was the chief on The ball In the ppera house at night; ...................... o- sy

A Large Crowd Present and this committee. was attended by a brilliant assemblageof I Hall | :>
E. Vesey
dancers. The Southern Orchestra po
iv THEFLORIDA Much Interest Taken In CATCHING THE GREASY PIG. merry cw:
supplied the music the flratp rt of Georgians, Fla. $ -
ThIs all
event was( open to comers,
MOTOR CO. The Sports. took place about 11 a, m. The ]pig| was ; the evening and this was followed by :i Boat Builder. | -
Again we take pleasure In chronicling well greased and allowed to run Inside a I the simplex orchestra. It is estimated I 22 S"S cn;
i the Fourth of July sports In Tltusvllle there were about 200 people In the ball. -
DAYTONA,_ FLA. ; wire fence on Washington avenue. Aa ONLYFIRST.CLASSWORK.* =3- C'tC'I >
and that It wan a big success with- The fair sex: formed the larger portion of o
Carry a full line 0'AUTOMOOIr.ES..;.. ; goes there was a |:2.SO prize, quite a number Write for. Estimates. > I, ::I
r out saying It Is a ,well known fact that of boys entered Into the spirit of this those present; and, with their happy- .N TITUSVILLE, FLORID,
TIItES when the citizen of this town make up affair with considerable vim. The prize looking countenances, pretty,. bright

{ .....In atock, also l their minds to have a celebration, theygo was won by Gus Norwood and Jessie colored and white dresses, added quite a
r I MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE at It With a will, which commands Patch. Both caught the pig the same charm to ,the scene. The floor was in .N1N..N.NN.NNNN...NNNNN..NNN.N...

ENGINES sucoesg, and the event of Monday was time, go the prize:: of 8aM: : was divided floe condition, and It was crowded with 4 F.A.. Morgan, Proprietor E. R. lakewood, RegisteredPHARMACY Drllltgisl .

VMAGNETOS no exception to the rule. dancers ,all the time. AlthoughIt
tu i DYNAMOS, I between them. This event was In chargeof merry : '
1 : The various places along Indian river Mr. J. C. Osban and assistants. was rather a warm evening, everbpdy; '
,{ and neighboring: country-and the Banana seemed to be having a good time-some I'
i .. River, also-were represented by old I BOYS' FOOT RACE. young ladles telling our society editor
1 + and young, who arrived by train,launch, This was timed for 10;'10, and was opento that It was the, most enjoyable dance
; and sailboat and carriage to participate' In boys from 10 to 10 years of age. It they had attended In a long while. The : ,
and enjoy the many pleasures held out was a "Qne shoe on and one shoe off ball ended at midnight. Mr. Winston :: TITUSVILLE, TLOKIDA.A .
air kinds and them for
are offering
for their race, and started from the Bank: the committee.
amusement; and the heart of square b. Branning was on
; sale .. :: Stock of
at. Complete *-
'h, the merchant was glad to Capt. Prltchard's residence and re the Armory -
ty see so many There was another dance In. '
..cvT P.a.XOJ.DS.: : .. people In town, for their stores were : turn. There was lots of fun In this race, the game evening; and with so i PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES:

:"' packed with people all day, which men especially when the boys had to find their: many people In town, there would have 1; ,_ Prescriptions Filled With the
1 They have a few. bargains In seveial hundred dollars In their pockets shoe and finish the race wI,h two shoes been room for three dances on the Fourth. most Care and Promptltude.TKlk

{ .., KNOX, With the dawn of morn began the on. There was several entries for this The ADVOCATE office was thronged, i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

.. BUICK, boom of cannon and firecracker, and the race, but the following won first and with visitors from time to time duringthe Choice: Line of Cigars, Stationery, School 1 Supplies I Perfumery, Brushes,

i \. ,,',;WHITE, blowing of whistles and horns, to an. second prize: First prize, Andrew Ellis, day-many of them being bright, Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept
noil nee that the aunlversaryof Independence 3.00; second, Stephen Harris, $2.00. young Indian River ladles, who gladly referred by up-to-date drug stores.
DE lIIOOY, Day was again at nand; and It was Mr.Chas. II. Walton, assisted by MajorF. ( to the pleasant day they were jjZ arr We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
GnAN'l'.FEnlt' not long ere people were on the streetsto M. Taylor and Mr'J. )Deltenre, hat l spending In Titusvllle.! All were .heaJt-1 ............'.......N.NN.N..N..N..N/N.NN.N

MARINE A'BTANIOVAKY ENGINES. make ready for the celebration of this charge of this event, which came off : ily welcomed by the ADVOCATE editor, -- --- -

." great historical event. The town was quite satisfactorily. who appreciated the many encomiums of E. L. :SE :CY &:. :SEO.,

All Kind., of soon gaily decorated wlrh) flags, ,bunting THE BG BARBECUE, praise bestowed on theV fflce. DEALERS IN-- I

I } LATHE WORK. A Specialty., gave and'' other Tltusvllle appropriate a very patriotic dlspays,appear which Hundreds to the barbecue of people now wended their July One celebration and all pronounced In Titusville the a Fourth very en-of GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS, I IWe
'1 way grounds near the
1 nee-particularly In the business portion School joyable one, and "we hope Indian River handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS}\*
lib Write for Price and Terms.Xt. where the stars and stripes (taken public building/ beeves and pigs ites will be with us to celebrate many We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum "'
having been previously roasted for this Grain and all Groceries, delivered at station *
M from Geo. Washington's English coat of- ers. Write us for prices on your
Fourth's of
more July. .
'r occasion. A large staff of attendants E.': L. BRADY & BRO. \TITUSVILLE, FLA
.. L. MO'1'LO"OV. arms) floated proudly In the breeze, T-
9f were present to assist Mr.' J. W. OsbanIn ,.. -- -- --, ---.- ,
from many building, Including the ADvoCATE -- -
catering t-i the wants of all those who
I : building, Brady & Uro., the In- ,
came forward" to partake of the delicious W. E. GOLDSMITH
dian River hotel Sembler
Cottage Capt. ,
things previously prepared for them. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
Fischer's place, Major''raylor, Capt. J. The barbecued meats and other accompaniments Divine service ou Sunday next In St. -Dealer In-

O. Walton's), and cottage other residences.(occupied by It MrUludle Is. of the dinner were neatly arranged '- Gabriel's church, at 11 a. in.,ami 7W:: p. : STAPLE -AND FANCY' GROCERIES, HAY, "GRAIN, FRUIT AN '
Communion the
upon long tables In the shade, m. Holy at morning
Ir, .
'. claimed that the Sembler Cottage had PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Ijl, s $kur th4 bent decorated dining room In town, : and presented a very Inviting appearance. service. TITUSVILLE .. FLORIDA.
I ; on the Fourth. It proved to boon of the attractive fear Rev. L. :H. Ruler, D. D., will preach at
!!! I tures of the day, and it was highly com Eau Gallie, St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal
weather on this occasion was
: really pei-feot. There was a delightful mended by many. church, Sunday July 10th, at 10:30a. : INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
I During the barbeous the Indian River m., and 7:80 p. m. The Lord's Supper
southeast breeze blowing all day, which FLA.
Band discoursed music to the crowd on will be observed. following morning
made It very comfortable In the shade; Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Backed or loose. Special attentk(
"I and the day's pleasures were not marred the east side of the school building. ermon. ()-OiiarteHv Love Feast will be paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

.! -by a single, rain shower. HORS RACIN4'. held at 7 o'clock I In the evening' i T. T. WETMOKE. Proprietor. .

; Fine Liquors Wines Beers The hotel, boarding-houses and stores The horse racing took place In the af. Quarterly Conference meets at 7 :HO on

1 Ales Stout .Etc.J did ternoon on the Tltusvllle track Saturday evening. Welcome to every
an Immense business; and, with such race -
q "Send me your'orderelt a rush It was very" bard to please.every. southwest; of town, and was open to all body. J. 9.: HAWK, Pastor. TUB SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

t ,TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. body-especially as help on the Fourthof comers. The track wan In good con

July Is not( very easy to obtain. dition, and several hundreds of peoplewere Cleaning and Pressing.All I
Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
J. L. MOB LEY Many\ of our townspeople wondered present-many having walked, ,
r what caused so many'people to come to while others arrived by wagons, carriages work done up-to-date. Call and
see me. Gibson, at the Parlor *
Ii ; TITUSVILLE, FLA. Titusville on the Fourth, as not a bill of on horseback, etc. The entrance Barber Andrew!
Shop, on Washington
;I '! Contracts for all kinds. of Painting, Kal- any kind was sent out of town, and only for homes and ponies wan free, and about Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick Mill
I ;1 I' omlnlng, Staining. Finishing and Paper progammes used In town. The question sixteen took part, In the races tot the Job Printing.Do .
c r.. t consistent Hanging! at with the good most reasonable price I* easily answered-the ADVOCATE and $100.00 prizes. Offices foot oi Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. i 26 xA

J workmanship. Star did the work, which certainly The first race was a one-quarter mile, not forget the fact that at the AD-
'' proves J. MUNNERLYN: General Manager 1
',I ';\ I All Work on the East Coast the value of advertising. Without the and the horse! of G. A. Powers, named p VOCATK. ( of office all kinds Titusville neatly,cheaply we do and jobrlntln3 ,

.; '4 I I" Js Especially Solicited aid of Tltusvtlle's .two newspaper., Tl Wilbur, cam In first and took a prize of ixpedltlously.: Letterheads, Note beads, '- -
I tusvtlle's merchants would have done $15.(>0; while R. G. 'Hardee's horse, Jim, Billheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.
Let m. know what want and 1 1P
estimate on It. you Prompt attention get: my very little business on the Fourth. This took second prize, f 10.00. cinds. __________* ___ YlWLA {
) given to all work. Is another reason why merchants of In the second race, 350 yards, there
''I ,- The peculiarity about "Providence" Wm.: :: A. BOVLXS. : cSc Cc.|
a town should liberally sllpp r'-their local was some kind of hitch, and the money '
Bners coal prices' Is that they do''. not
paper, If they want their, local paperto was divided (i, A. I'owerl'receiving
J ; William Hindlc down until the
bring them business-and business 81 .OO, and R. G. Hardee and J. M. go mercury gory up. GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

i ; TIN COPPER AND means dollars their exchequer.' Osban, $5.00 each. 'nn'wnlt
{ SHEET IRON Senator Burton n.vs. ( and
( The first the The third race was 300 yards, and G.
thing on was:
:1 I WORKER. programme I will wnlt. nut will the court wn It? Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers ]
,: A. Powers, R. O. Harden, J. M. Osban t

'i Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe'Fitting. 'rUE INDIAN RIVER BAND.At and J. Prevatt entered their horses. The sr.:..Iaw1la MA """, 112-,.-- -EAat!--._nAY- Street,. JACKSONVILLE! _, -FT.--A.Agts. -.,
.1\\ 8:00: a. m., the Indian River Band, first' prize, $13.00 ARE YOU LOOKING. --
I GALVANIZED was won by Ginger, ., tracks
IRON STORAGE for Purina. Feed. Warehouses on of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
I I under the leadership of Mr.\ C. J. Den- J. M. Cuban; second prize, $10.00, by ,
.ji TANKS MADE TO ORDER ham, appeared on our streets and enlivened Wilbur G, A. Powers; .FOR BUSINESS ? ---- -------- .
h Your Patronage Is Solicited. the occasion by the rendering of Fourth race. J. C. Osban> R. G. Har .
\ several patriotic and other selections, dee, J. M. Osban and G. A. Powers +!
COCOA, FLA. which were much enjoyed by our visitors placed their horses In this
r and race, which If you are, then ADVERTISE In the to s-: '
This air rdP
townspeople. concert
1" I open terminated as follows: let prize, J. M.
one of the most
; Stanley Kitchiiig: music was quite, and.a the treat enthusiastic to all lovers applause of good the G.Ollban's A. Powers's horse, Ginger horse, 813.Wilbur()(); 2nd, flO.OO.prize, widely cliculated papers In this state. i'i'I '

-Dealer In- Your money outlay will be small, but
members of
the band received needed
Two colored rode
boys In the
'. r;l) FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS further assurance that the performance above races young, and certainly were flrst-clat-s your One trade of Jacksonville's will be materially Increased SPAULDING'S ROSE No. $3.25

Tobacco; Pipes Candles Fancy China was one to feel proud of. riders. prominent merchants I BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.OO Bbl'l
recently wrote UIII: "We Inserted
and Temperance Drinks, BASEBALL.At The Boys' Pony Race followed, and our ad. In for three I HEBRON. $2.76
I your paper months '
j The fallowing brands of cigars delivered George Walker, Philip Stewart and T. Garden and Field Seeds. tl1jj
: I at .J.21 per box of 50: 0:00: a m., came the baseball game al a trial. It has already done !Brood, so
Iii Iluraboldt, Ke/Vest Smokers, Premos, between Tltusvllle\ and Eau Uallie, which flood entered their ponies. The first please Insert the ad. for another nine I 1jj I Xa. O.A.'liUUIEl.Ol ", Soo 4 prize was won by George Walker second
t Crerno, Cubanas, i'obalskl. took place near the school-house. This Flood. ; months." 114 East Bay St.\ Jacksonville, Fla. J

i LI Flinch Cards, flOo.; Hand. Made Palmetto was a most exciting) game, and some by That bow live, up-to-date merchants ... yL

{j Hats. :20o. hundreds of people witnessed It. The FIREWORKS DISPLAY. peak of ADVOCATE as an advertis-. J--!! ala ........e ea .eC

:i STUART, FLORIDA. Tltusvllle team was declared the winner At 7:30 the'grand display of fireworks lug medium.

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