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 15, 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
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00303
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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-Mr. Frank Deppe ha had bran new Special Sale at KlliioV, Monday i
bakeis .oven placed in his bakery.Mr. July IHtli.MEN'S -
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,nd Topic of General Interest. and Mrs. Wm. Hlndle and children A few week ago! (.,L. Mandavllle, of Them wa a meeting of Indian River
The AUVOOATR I II now on file] at all
have been spending the week at SUITS at a reduction of i'!:> thin town, left with a big alligator: and Lodge /N"b. 00, V. A A. M., In the Lodge '
the boat hotel In New York
THE ADVOCATE, Cocoa. per cent of the regular price. several small, ones, a line rattlesnake, room, Tltusvllle, on [Friday evening/ ]last,

$1.50 per annum, In advance. RECEIVED All mall orders promptly filled for any etc to exhibit to people throughout; the when the usual business routine wa Where to stop along the Kant Ceast.
P 1.00 six months, '. TO of the above good, North :Mr. Tom Danker followed :Mr. gone through. There word no candidate See list of hotel] and boarding !houseson
the minute line of Men's Shirt
iOo to
$2.00: per an. to foreign countries.i JULIUS KM.VK, Mandavllle. to assist him In the show for admission\ to the Order" on this lit] ami 7th pages. '. ," ,
$:j each. J. R. Walker & Co.
I i JF Reading notice ad*. are ten cents Titusvllle'Fla.Mier buMln"ss. Mr. Tj, R. Decker also went occasion. In aooordnnoo with n pioylous Before you I lonvo home for Jacksonville

,.. line on thus page. -MjS.) II. W.Reynold and Miss Mabe North on a pleasure til p. We had los order of the L >dg I ", the L<.,lgo,room I I. read the hotel ads on'our 7th page

(if,When you subscribe for the ADVO- I Reynolds left here Sunday,for Baltimoreand : Jessie Studers, of Indianola, track: of this Tl'usvllle party until Capt. draped In black ornpa for au day, out so that you may know where to stay.

1'E by the year It does not cost you other places, on a few months' visit was a passenger on Tuesday's train, on JR. ". Prltctmrd handed us the Gaietta of rrnpeot I for the.lets worthy brother, U.W. ,

Hree cents per week, postage Included. with relative] and friends. her way to Ocala, to visit friend \Veltnboro, Pa., of July 7, which nay: Monroe. The Lodge will also MO Into The Seaside Inn, Oooilall. hientartalnInif .

N t'THB! EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is I on DR. E. E. ROLLINS, Physician" Sur. Quite a number of Tltu vlUe'l young Tom Decker, of Tltusvllle Fin., "00'' mourning for another worthy bro quite a number of gmmta'' ;!" who are .
lie at the following news-stands, at five of of Wellsboro enjoying the fine surf bathing Rend
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[ wishes to his that people enjoyed a plunge In the beautiful Decker formally ther and member of thl* Lodge, F. It. v.
geon, notify patron
nts per copy : wan. one of the attendant at the alligator the ad, on our 7th page
Titusville-Red Cross Pharmacy.. she will be absent from his practice for Indian River, on Wednesday evening. dhow. 'Sampson,1. the pilnolpal attrao Cbaffao, who recently died In Houston, .

j Jacksonville-Duval hotel. the next month. -Remember If Intend tlun, I I. about 12: feet long, and I III said, to Texas-a brother of Mr. Fred 8. Chaffoo, The Semblor Cottage and F. E! C.

1IS $ (Note date of expiration printed upon you going be the largest alligator In captivity" of Jacksonville. It was afro ordered House, Tttiuvllle, have been doing quitea
Trez. Feaster of TItusvllle's North the Clyde Is In Tltusvllle
one agent ,
T ur paper or wrapper every week.\Thl.a i "The. Urge alligator, exhibited on the that .a page In the minute book be dedicated flourishing business of lata. This
'fflJJ I receipt for your money. No need popular young men, ha gone to Cocoa, and he can secure your tickets and publlo squaie, last week, died at Anso to bin memory, and that a copy' of weok they were *o crowded, they could

urn Jjr us to send receipt for subscription- where he Is employed a* salesman by berth nla on the -Itu resolutions of respect be sent to Brother! not entertain all would-b gueat Road a

lie date gives It to you. Mr. E.C.Johnson, one of the enterprising. SEND YOUR MACHINE WOnKANl1 "1.. n, DIckerof 1 '1'ltllllVllle. .'Ia a Chaftee, In Jacksonville.The their ads on 7th page '

-ADVOCATES for tale] at the Red merchants of that place. orders for Hardware, Building Material former" resident or Wellaunrn, wit a vie following "llesitlutlnn U...-
tint lie robbed 01 The Klnmesha Inn, Klnmesha, N. V., r
oi Illckp."ket. was
Pharmacy Tltusvllle.Mr. .
,, -The regular weekly dance at the E'o., to The Oeo. H. Fmnalil poct" for a late brother was ordered 10 t
his pocket book containing $"S1: In cash, mnnagud. by M r, Horace R. Share, of
K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, Opera house, Wednesday. evening, was, Hardware Co, Sanford Fla. H.ba wan passing I through the oiowd (h] be placed' on the Lodge roaMII-< and a of the New [took I edge hotel, Rockledge, 4t.
a* usual, well attended. There wereelgblll.u qua Front of !Hotel \Vllcox, where he banlut copy' of mime be sent Mr*. I D. W Monroe .
jis In town on Tuesday. -Miss Mangle Collins, who been ,, taken dinner Before leaving tho 1"11I I is now open end doing a fine tourist I Ibndn.ss

-Misses Kate and Frankie Stewart, couples present and all spent u on the sick Hot for the past two week, dining" room Mr. Decker took out bits "!"Wheieas It ha pleased" the Grand In a latter to the ADVOcATE' ,, 1 1Mr.

N er a pleasant visit of several day wltb most eujoyablu eveulng. we are pleased to note IH rapidly oonvwlesclug. wNllot and removed one or more bill for Atohltvoi' of the LTnlvorHu to aril from John A. KUkc, of Loin, Indian ;'

,ir uncle, have returned to town. -Mrs. John C. Jones, and blight; little She' left, Thursday. for M visit convenient line I' I I" supposed that thepickiooket the Tunestlal Lodge to the Celostlnl, River, 537.1 "!1'1"".. Rend ADVOOATK toCUtneslia
the roll' ot bill at the
with lends In Oueen. l | sew Lodge above worthy brother U. W, 'l'hili.I most beautiful
daughter, who have been visiting Mrs. tints and acted I lellevtntc. him our Inn a
-, The mangoes/ sent the editor of this Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs EV.. Hall, of the bundle at the first opportunity.Mr. Monroe, who while sulouinlng In this spot, and Mr. /Shares: as usual la run
_ er, by !\Irs. Hughes, of Georgians, -Mr. A. D. Penney" County Judge, Is vale of teats WAN one of our most ea- "
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wa line house
of Tltuvllle, for a week or so, have returned year age teemed brethren and valued el I Icon : ning a .
t" i delicious, and much appreciated by now snugly settled In his new ofllce, the visiting friend. In town dur'ng the Centeunlal. *
( to their home Klondike.: Tlierefoie, lid It rtmolvod!, that Indian
." At the Hotel Asplnwull, Lnnax, Mass.,
|tb t '. it' 'Ihere Is a rumor afloat that AIrs of the Circuit Court The County Tress Tltuavllle duly "assembled, do tender til managed by Mr. O. D. Heavy: o( the
atliII B -- Frank Forster, a well known or- Wiley will soon return to TUusvllle, and urer has had the room vacated by the EAST COAST NORMAL AT the sorrowing,, widow, relative and 11"1(110111Sprlngll hotel, 11'11the park '

a Ie grower, of Orchid, hall gone to will have all her cottages put In good Zounty'Judga painted and fixed up and TITUSVILLE. friend our most sincere regard and! 01( four hundred acres ha been gone jfK kakee, 111., to spend a few months deepest sympathy la (this, their and be
bushes .
\ of underbrush and
and much the
+ repair, so that they will be a credit to has moved Into the tame.Mr. 1
_ |[w th relative The ADVOCATE follows. In accordance with previous announcements reavement. .
Tltusvllle. 'We hope the rumor will "Resolved, That In the death of Bro removed. The drive have. been rebuilt
1 I *-Mtis Alice Sanders, one Indlanola's prove true. and Mr*. Ben Pyles and family In the ADVOOATB, the Hummer:! I 1). W, Monroe we have lout dear and and new walk have been opened to the

fbrght: young ladle, arrived In Tltus- who have been on a vlsft to the World' Normal, commenced at the High; School: beloved brother, M worthy member and hlgli, point which command extensive
-Prof. Joo. D. Teeter and his two Fair, stopped over here from Tuesday Tltusvllle' on Monday. to continue eight the community at large a valued and
yfe on Monday, for the purpose of attending view to far away points of Interest. On t
energetic young daughters, of Hawthorne until ,Wednesday, en route to their home week. esteemed citizen."Itasolved .
; the East Coast Normal, now In That a In our minute the hotel ground a rustic tone wall his 1
arrived In town last Saturday: In West Palm Beach While In town The Normal I III being conducted by page
fceMion at the High SchooMr. ). book be dedicated t-o his memory. outlined the main entrance roadway to
I night, and have been attending the East Mr. Pyles and family were the guest of Prof. John D. Teeter, and Mill ]battle "Resolved, That a copy of dress resolutluns the cottage on the /ground The drive

and Mrs. W. E, Goldsmith left, Coast Normal this week. It 1 Is the first Mr R. It. Pyle, his brother. Carpenter IK his a.sl-tant. be sent to the bereaved widow of and spacious tennis and croquet grounds

terday, for Jacksonville, from which visit of* the Misses Susie: and Maude Tl-e following teachers are In attendances our departed brother, under the seal of '
Attorney Geo M. Robbins, accompanied ,rained and prepared. for the lea.o.. *
tae the "
the Lixlge that a sent to
price they will either go to the World'slFr ] Teeter to Tltusvllle. ; copy
by Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president KANT COAST AI VOOATK for publication, pastime, and Improvement the way of '
. 2e ) at St. Louis, some points in South -Dr. F. H. Hougbton, who arrived In of the Fort Dallas National flank Miami Miss Josephine Summerlin/: Luolo Fla. and that.. they also be spread on the min awnings over the out-of.door dining

\ ]! a, or New York City. They ex- ritusvllle on the 4th, from Daytona, onboard left here on the 3:12: a. m., Monday Inga O. Helseth, Oslo, ul--*- of-- thl..o.hr.---- ---- ; room have been made, but beyond thisIt

';;\i) to return on or about the2 8th Insf his roomy house-boat, Denton, to morning for Jacksonville' where they Wllllette Forest, Malabar, .' "TJIOM."F. A Mono If. HANOKIIH.AN. was, found Impossible to Improve on i r

Owing to the big rush of job' print- have her overhauled on Nelson' way, went In connection with the Hamburg- Gertrude Mendel, Tltusvllle, "M. ti.: HAM,,*." the line new hotel, now the moat noted +

this office of late, we have been a I. now located at the Indian River hotel Garner fire Insurance case, whloh ha Caroline Mendel, la time. IlerksLlres.

J|little behind In the work, but in a few wharf, where business In the dental lines been hanging on for Bovural year ." Etta King, bEATH OF CAPT. RICE. The Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, which

flays* all orders In hand will be turnedcout In a flourishing con llloD.Ars. > Klllta King, w -
BANNISTER SHOES THE: LATEST 'r for many years, has" been one of the most
and our Job printing department May Froscher.<< At OttD o'clock on Saturday morninglast
: Goo. M. Bobbins and sons, Nobbiest and best for'men. S3 andO Dodsoo '. ponular.onmmerclal house In the South,
Ida M.
vv(11 again be ready to receive orders \:, II. Kloe of TUusvllle'
Richard! George' and Charles, left here, $ per pair. Tan Blucher, P. L. Calf, ." Ella Id. Wlgfleld, Toledo] one III l to be greatly Improved durlug the
aad turn them out with promptitude. old settlors departed this life for that
Monday afternoon, for Point Caswell, etc. J. R. Walker A: Co., Tltusvllle.Mayor" Genie HarrU OH teen, summer month, the work to be commeuoeil -
jiff-Rev. Wm. II. Hall of Rockledge N. C. to time with "bourne whence no traveler return,
spend some Captainand at once Manager n. W. Sperry,
\ G. A. Frost and wife bad May me Taylor. Shiloh,
the cause of his death being apoplexy, or
|o preached In the Presbyterian church Mr. R. P. Paddlson and Miss Annie I' the present manager, has been la'consultation
.r$ their little boy christened In St. Gabrlel'lEplsoopal Alice Sander, Indlanola,
of the brain. Ha
hemorrhage wa onlytaken
this i place on Sunday, was a pleasant Paddlson. Rufus stayed at home to Maude Rex H with tbs owners of the hotel prop-
church, Tltusvllle, on Sundaymorning Teeter, \111 about ]::1::111) on Saturday. morn-
Jler at the ADVOCATE office on Mon- look after things In general.Mr. erty, and It has been decided upon that
there being a large>, congregation Susie Teeter, log so his departure from this world of
here from the north
Y. Mr. Hall. came the hotel I I. to be greatly Improved.
S. N. of Titiisvllle Arnold Malabar "
'elll, .p* Gladwln received present. Archdeacon B. F. Brown France of trial and tribulation wee rather sud .
short while ago; on account of poor Among the Improvements to be
_ a cablegram on Wednesday, from Mr. E. II. Teeter, Rex many
was the officiating clergyman; The little den. Everything: t that could' poNstbly be
alth] and he has already receive made Is the laying of a marble floor In
says #
his Miss Susie GUdwlo who Wm. H. Main Fredrick Md.
daughter ,
f fellow was christened "Hussell Anderson ._ lone fur the suffurer, was done by Or*.
much benefit. ----- the .ntl.mau'a lavatory and toilet, and
has been school l
teacher In
a thePblllpplne and Captain and Mrs. C. F.
' H. R. WlUoii and R. E. Rolling-but of
9 Island] for the past two or three years, flicher stoud godfather and godmother.Word -Mr. .1. L. Mobley made a business no arail. Ills death wa quite a surpriseto a new equipment' throughout the house 6
NUAL CL.KAUANCK S..LE.I stating that she will arrive In New York trip to Daytona on Wednesday, returning Combination gas and electric chandelier
i on Wednesday or Thursday of next week. comes to the ADVOCATE that, the same day. our townspeople, for very few will be placed la each room and In the 1 .

I ] 16th and until August after leaving the World' Fair, Mis Ed. he was III. halls, and. many room will hi* equipped
Beginning July Miss 'Hadwln'.1 many Indian River Dr. L. F. Blalock, of Madison, Fla., The body wa prepared by UndertakerA
;' Inclusive, we offer our entire line friends will be glad to hear that she na Berge aod'mother, aunt and grandmother arrived yesterday, and will assist Dr. F. with private bathroom with up-to-date
FVonoher and I his rtlm"lnll
I {Dry Goods at COST FOR CASH. I la again; In the State and will soon be of Miss Mabel and Master 'Gene II. Houghton his dental work. on fixtures' The dloln room which I Ie now

I make this sacrifice In order to reduce home. Berge, left for the Grand Canyon,, Arizona were Interred at the Tltnvlle( cemetery: large and apaclou, will be beautifully
I -Mr and Mr*. E.'T. Moore, a newly I followed by bbs family and a larltenumber
which I la wonderful
I labor of stock taking as we take oat light Mra.Sprap'le decorated, and the celling and wall will
M well-known married and popular young couple from of friend. Archdeacon II. F.
Eual] Don't miss -Dr. Jjouvlelle, a and ; and daughter stayed at the ornamented with the latest patterns.
Inventory August. popular Jacksonville physician, 'usa West Palm Beach, occupied the bridal Brown conducted the burial service at
t gave Bright Angel! hotel, and a great many Throughout the entire building the wall
f opportunity. of the for pleasant call on :Saturday; last, on hi* people-Ircludlng the Egyptian Prince- chamber at the ,Indian buyer hotel last the late home of the deoeiuiad. and ceiling* will be beautified, and when

J allowing consideration are some prices arrival by yacht from Shllob, where be were guests of this famous hotel. bight. This morning they left for a trip Deceased leave )ft.X.. Rica and the work( Is completed the ever. popular

y f : owns ,000<> acres of rich hammock land up the St. Job n* river. wife, Mr. Ewing Rice, Mr. and Mrs. W. lo
Duval Hotel will
|k Tissue, worth COct yard; this WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE call appearance any
.rUlct and about five miles of ocean beach. -Mr. Nelson Sayler, a prominent at. F. Jlbb, and the Mlsxes Luolil.and Maria hotel In the city.. The Interior of the

:.9 s *. The Doctor Is making an orange grove upon the Tltusvllle Livery, at rear of torney of Cincinnati, O., wbo with his ( -hi* lOot, daughters, on-ln-lw hotel! ha recently been painted and remodeled
5k Tlssuf worth 50ct yard this Robbins law office
:.t.t'300t.. per ; on his land, and Is very enthusiastic over for a stylish, up- charming daughter Mill Edith, spent and daugbter-ln law -to mourn hi* lo**. and workmeu. are now" busy In

this section of the East Coast and Its to-date rig. Leave your order for three month at the Seaside Inn, Uood- Cap'.'Ule. wa burn In Alabama the la front of the
oolcat worth OOcts yard all klndst of double setting out large| palm
Suiting, per ; superior vegetable and orangegrowingland. and single hauling. all, writ. u* that they have returned rear' 1849, but soon moved. with his pa-

Lt6j ale] ."((pets, Feed and sale] stable a specialty. home. Sir. Sayler] Jr., ]ha bought a rents to>> Texas, where ha wa reared and building __ _

phyr Pineapple, worth 25cts per -:Mr. L. C. Branning, station agent of J. M. OSBAS, Tltusvllle Fla. summer place on the bank of the Ohio pent bit early manhood dty: and upon To O run go tlrower_
I this sale 18cts.rlngharas .
1" ; ; the F. E. C. Ry. at this place, accom- mooR the pleasant caller at this river, called] "Rudder Orange," where be'breaking out of the Civil War he -

worth 12ct*per yard, this panied by Dr. E. E. Rollins, left, Wednesday office last Saturday wa Miss Hattie II. there I II a large wharf, diving board, nllated In that State for the Confederate Under our plan we can save you moneyon
aI .
t. for Raleigh, N. C.< for a stay of Carpenter, of Miami, who has been appointed skiffs, canoe, etc Miss Sayler says; "I service. The Captain came to Ti'uvllla :your CITRUS TREES with the best

I oghams, worth 15cU per yard; this several weeks Mr. Brannlng baa not assistant principal' of the East am prepared to enjoy life this summer, 23 y.ear ago, where ha has resided ever reputation behind them, a* a guaranteeof

alajilcts.Httltlngs. been well In health for some time Coast Normal, now In session In Titus although I cannot have the dear old sine,, and ha been prominently Identl-! their being true to name, np to size,

I{ Linnenlzed, worth 12' cliperar and decided very that a rest and change to ville. The :Miami :Metropolis referring ocean at Goodall. I Mod I can float a* fled with the history of the place, and and clean' healthy and wall rooted.
this ale Oct .
t ; the mountains would be beneficial Mr*. : to the above young lady, says: "Miss 10 the ocean, In Florida, and will be ableto IM taken an active part In political af- Our trees are grown on high pine h

|Lawns, BatUtle, worth Sets per yard; Rollln accompanied her husband a* far 'Carpenter I Is one of the best educators swim after a few trial*. When I return fair., having been .r"eaot-at-arma at land, and are suitable for traniplintlng

| this i 'sale Oct. is doubt to Daytona be good Tallahassee during the last cession of the Into any: kind of soil. We have over
Green Cove Springs, where she will : Dade County, and there no but I expect to a
L wns, Scotch, worth Gets per yard; as i and State Legislature He wa a familiar 100iX buds In tock, and will give yon
visit relative and friend during the she will fill her new position creditablyand swimmer, Goodall will have" cause
thl(Bale'] ctl.I. Doctor' absence.Illackantlth satisfactorily] to lx proud of roy progress." Mr. Hey, figure on our atreeu, but hi. many a liberal discount on orders f ort fall

| .Prints, variety patterns; worth' 7ct.per i ler I I. a friend of .Judge. D. Van Deman friends will know him no more. The planting. There I. nothing so good a*'

"*; this sale 53cts.bambray. ; and Machine' Hbop.S Are You Going North'Do a well-known\ and popular winter resident family have the sympathy of our townspeople our CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPE;
linen finish worth 15ct .
of Rockledge. Miss Sayler I la de- In their sad bereavement. FRUIT

r.J; this sale llcta.HMadra not fall to get your ticket via the lighted with OoodaU and Daytona, and Write for our New Catalogue, whisk

[ 1 *. woven, worth 20cts per yard: Blacksmith and Wheelwright,Machine popular Clyde Line, from the agent, hope to return with her father, to OnrUncr'a Klyerx. will be ready for delivery early In June.
life sale IScts. Works and Hone Shoeing don In first-
C. H. WALTON, Florida, early In the winter. : ,
|yard wide soft finish unbleached Do- class style. W. H. Swats A; Co. Tltasvllle, Fla.Hlio ] ((0. W. Conner, Proprietor)

!*tlc,worth!Sets per yard;this sale r.cta. We Hare Them. SPECIAL SALE. All nevi week All U.' Tangerine, Fla.

Everything nnder the head of' Dry Draylnjf.Draylngorhanllngof Kepalrlng.I White Good AT COST. ,

d s will be knifed. Mall order filled Pt. Mason Fruit Jar. 1 dot. t 6.; cent Stock Collar Foundations, special 1C. Cleaning and 1'ressliiff.

pUt at lame prices. sill'I Inds promptly do all kinds of boot and shoe repair- Qt. Mason Fruit Jar, 1 doz. 73 cent WHITE CANVAS SHOES, all alxea. -

ely 14th: to August 11th Inclusive. I attended to. Meets all train Stove lug and do not forget It. Opposite Jaa. O. K. Prince 8to... 4.00' Men, Women, Misses, Children. All work done up-todate. Call and

Joss R. W Ar.ltER A; Co., wood for sale at all times. ritchard A. Son. AJTDBKW: Graves O. K. Queen Stove, 1110"JAMES () Ladl..' Sleeveless nndervest, and Jersey see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor '

Tltnsville, Fla K. D. 1I0LTJro:: TUttsville. Tltnsvllle, Fla. PRITCHAKD A: Ho*. ribbed drawer just received Barber Shop, oa Washington avenue.



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Free and work d.d: not reach tbe great body of a tunlnrt/ ,,''.10l'k" ready and to give the Sleeping Twenty Years. Nv'U..rl... GENERAL DIRECTORY.-

Masons.'Indian farmers throughout the state. child the'proper' note when, It began to old Irishman In -
;G Accepted One of the scientific Journals of Paris A farmer tells of uti
Professor lloldeu then explained his cry. "If your baby roust cry 'let It ryartistically. his employ whom he once permitted to U. S. SENATORS.
." mother.KOREA'S recently" gave an account of a woman J.P..Tallaferro................ ...Jacksonville.:
increase plan to see the for
crop the leading who was quite tbe equal of Rip Van make urn! of certulii land farming 8. UMallory...... ............ .., ..Peniiaoola
freight currying roads traversing to*! purposes on condition that Put should U. B. CONGRESSMEN.

state. At tint they dqubt' then became NATIONAL SPORT. I I Winkle allI sleeper. She began her give him one-fourth of the crop be Robert W. Davis................. .... .. .Palatka
interested and anally entered In slumber on J iy 31. 188; and did not ; raised. Al the harvesting of the crop 8. M.Sparkman.... ............. .... ..Tauii.a'Win.
f River % THusvllle II. Lanaar... .......... ..... ... Montlcef' o':
/ to the proposition enthusiastically. Stone Thr..*rlMir. .* Which the x.. awaken till May 23. 10O3. She was not the farmer was amazed to find tbe
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H- I e Lodge. rV \ Florida. The Chicago tock island and Pacific lire. Are' Expert. always peaceful during her, nap. but I Irishman bad not kept his part of the H. 8. Chubb..... ...... .. ....... .... .. .RPjtl.er
Hold its meeting the iwond and fourth Friday railway was the first to offer a special Nearly very people on earth has a about once u month bad a convulsive agreement for while he hauled away W. O. Roblnsotl... ... ... ... ....... .RAceiY.r.

1; of Mob womb a* their room, Indian River train and to guarantee the expeusts of dlstlnctittt means of amusing Itself attack but without waking.! All nourishment three wagon loads of produce he' hud \ Offices'GalnesTllle,Florida.
Hotel.Titus Mile at 7:80: o'clock, ... FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
.... the trip. Tbe offer was accepted by some pnme more or lent hazardous but l was Injected.On not sent u sltiiile/ lond to his muster's .. .... ..
T. H.II..bd. Wonblpf' Matter E.N. Dtmlck, Palm Beach; .......' ,flan
F. a.S.omiJunioroWta4rden. Professor lloldeu. requiring skill In the player. Tbe English coming; out of her long slumberthe barn. The! farmer called Pate attention W. H.Jones, Titusvllle..... .. Representative r.:
l The "corn gospel train," as It was are derotwl to cricket tbe Americans to the fact that be had taken the EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Wm. .

jr.". M.Walker Dixon,,Trea.nrer Secretary.JT. %. called started in central Iowa and It t' baseball Tbe natlves)of Korea woman recognized, those about ber entire crop asking; "'Sow: how's that S.Jennings............ .. .... ...Onvptnor.
: ; and remembered something of her life H. Clay Crawford....... ......Secretary of :
i O. Hluck, : state
was run on time table schedule.\ Two prefei to 'Indulge In stone throwing at I'at Wasn't I to receive a fourth of
r.)M. Taylor Senior D aOOo. W. V. Knott......... ..... .. Treasurer
+' R. K. Minis,Junior Deacon. weeks before the train started the list whlpli they, are phenomenally expert, : prior to the sleeping attack. The events the crop?" "You was. sir; you was" James H. bitfield... ..... Attorneydouar5 :
O. K. Walton Snnlor Steward. preceding however w. N. Sheat....... ....Bupt. Public Instruction
and schedule immediately werea "but
r A. A. Stewart, Junior Steward. of all starting places the : says the Chicago/ Chronicle Travelerssoon excitedly exclaimed tbe Irishman. B. E. McLIn.... .. ...Commissioner Agriculture.
r lY 1'. W.HaI"erh:,Tyler. time of arrival there were announcedon learn of tbe art acquired by; atone ;. blank as. of course, were all those there's only; three loads, sir; pnly three Alonao I C. C'room. ......Comptroller.
.' r. M. Woolen.)orator J.Clifford K. Foster.Adjatant.Oenenl;, ::::::: ::: ],
handbills and by notices sent by IIgbtl'rlU.nl'b there ix but one day of loads...
took the twentyyears'
1 / that place during : John Bradford.... .. ... .......Burvejor-General.
T the rural free delivery of mall to every the year given over to It If any one slumber. She bad only a vague R. E. Rose ....... ... ..... .. State CbeiuiHt
..E ORDER Or EASTERN STAR. farmer In territory contiguous to the offends a Korean be answers wltb a I of vast time having Ohba. at Tallahassee, Florida.SUPREME ,
uneasy sense a ,
1 Friendship Chapter No. II,holds It* meeting Hock Island houte. Half hour stop stone. the Chlno-Japanese war I COURT JUDGES
During '
'', in the Masnnlo Lodge rixiui Titunrllle, on the, elapHed. She remembered her child M. H. Mabry... ..:. ..... .. .. "..Chief Justice
first and third Tuesdays in each month at TOO ,, were made for every town. Professor the- ,latter .found their greatest difficulty I F. B. Carter. ... ....... ... .. ..Associate Justice
/ f. in. The following anthe omcen of the Ilolden was accompanied by Professor In dodging missiles from rooftops hood well and when she spoke ItII'a" It. ...Taylor.... ...... ...... .... "

_ I bhapteriMr Sage and his assistants, railway and trees All classes Indulge the In the dialect of that period. five days: RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.
I .
hl r. A.* M.Morgan BorlmgRour' W.! P. ,W.I. officials and newspaper representa habit It Is said of a Korean woman after the awakening tbe 'patleot died. Jefferson B. Browne chairman.... ... Key West.
Kamfle R. Hudson Burr...... .... .. .. .....Little River
Mice 1 date
p ? Mlf. H. R. Wilson Htewart.Secretary.fohnM.Dixon.Trewarer.Auer M.' tives. that she never, falls to. throw a atone In discussing the case one. of the Paris J. M. "ryan....., ... ..... .. .. ...._. Klnnlniuire..
Attached to the special train was a straight Within hounds she la as expert specialist remarks.: R. C. Dunn, clerk .. .... .. .( ." .
MlM Ka.'art.. Conductress.Mr audience and In this Professor -, Tbe childhood pleasureof Headquarters, and offices at Tallahassee, via
*. J. Kllna, Associate. Con. large car, ns a man. : I* this sleep natural sleep? It does not
Mn.J.R. Walker Rnth.Si Holden lectured to the farmer skipping stones along& tbe surface of seem so. for If we look at the eye we CIRCUIT COURT.
Mrs Geo.W. BooMe' Ada.MrOT that the eyelids are palpitating, Minor 8. Jones TltnsTllle ......Circuit Jndin.
J.LCMruthere, Martha.Mn. who met him at every station. When streams In fie\ well known to the Korean perceive agitated by little quiverings or J, 1) Beircfi: Orlando.....'.I'rosecnllniT Attorney,
''s .Oeo. M. Robbins, Katber.Mr the crowd was too largo for the car as to tile Yankee.On by blinking throbbing and If they are opened It SprlnirTerm-Fourth Monday In March
$ P'' *. F. A. Morgan Marshal overflow meetings were held on the; stone throwing day however abe Is common to find a ort of etrablsmue Fall term-Fourth Mqnday October.
\? Miss Aleph Mlnm. Klaota. .r's,..__
\11} O. H. Walton Warder station platforms. Frequently the assistants Is restricted to curfew time for her which does not appertain to normal sleep. BREVARD CObClTY' COURT.A. .

4 Mr*.T.T. Wetmora, ,Bemtlnei. would be called to repeat pleasure as other days. In the Beulilea, the cllence In such cases Is always t .D. Penney.......... '... .......County Juilet'
J. L.Csrratbers, Chaplain. upon absolute, for noise la not heard and D. L.Oaulden..... .... Prosecuting Attorney.
the message to those on the outskirts Land of the Morning Calm'women are pinching the ckln. as well .. the moet A, A.Stewart. .. ...... .... County(;Jerk.

E of the crowd who could not heat allowed on the streets only; during cur diverge torture, can be> practiced withoutthe 'i\ Summer Spring;Term:Term--Second Second Monday Monday In In May.Auetmt

r Professor Ilolden. The average attendance I few time between twilight and early aubject's retaining the least recollection Fall Term-Second Monday In November.
at the stations 100. ; the 10.echlslon. on awakenln Winter Term-Second Monday la February.
A ptfor\ was forenoon. During day they are The title of "the deeper" applied to this I g.
flJl1 When a twenty minute address was patient and to most of the patient of the COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

completed Professor lloldeu conducted In anticipation of tbe stone throwingfete same nature I I. not. therefore exact sinceIt FIBROID TUMORS CURED. R. E. Mime Superintendent.lionevenntre..
Members J. M. Dixon,
1I o\, a short question parliament, specimensof tbe natives save all shapes and Is not a question of natural sleep but U..llaye.'Fl t Letter Appeal- R. N. Andrews, Cocoa 1 J. E.chairman.; h ells Spruceblulf.Tltunvllle:;
Z rather of a pathologic elate which mani-
uinm&5js11I good and bad seed corn were exhlblted. kinds of rocks Even tbe smallest child festly I Ie to be compared to the state of lug to 111rs.1'inkham for Help COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

and. with a last farewell anda has his stone pile and taken pride In hibernation peculiar to certain antmal DCAB :MRS. PIHKIIAM: :-I have been J. R. Walker chairman Tltusvllle1; John R.
f SIN 5S.'Ii cheer from the farmers tbe train It. They, practice diligently, aiming at species among which, at a given moment, under Boston doctors' treatment for along Mlot, Indlannla; R. A. Conkllnfr, Tlllman;John
Q the life of relation and the vegetative' life C. Jone Quay; J. F. Hell, White.City. Regular ,
departed for the next station.At different targets. Often a hemp mab to annihilated. time without any relief. .They sessions are held first .Monday in eacb moms
so speak
-I Cp tbe end of the third da? 9f the like a scarecrow Is rigged 'up. and the I tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can- BRBVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. fi

1 d, lf"'w, ta.tlatla IlAIA! trip 450; miles bad been traveled, fifty entire family use him for a fake ene- To a lay mind twenty ;years would not alt down without great pain, and D. Penney,Tltimvlllu;. ...... ..County Judge

Lwl. xvi stations visited sixty: : lectures dells my to be demolished by stones. Other seem anything but u natural I ,sleep the, soreness extends up my spine. I D. L. Oniiulen, Tltusvllle;.. .... .... Pros Att'y.A. .
have bearinr-down pains both back A. Stewart,Tltiisvllle... .. ....County Clerk,
end qifxregatlng eighteen hours of targets are mandarin ducks, good luck Joe Jefferson could do It once each and front. |My abdomen is swollen, J. F. Wooten. Cocoa. .... ... ..... Tax As.esiHir.
talking, fifteen Iowa counties bad been geese and foreign soldiers made of cot- evening but then any one who ever E. W. Hall.Tltu.viiie..Tax rollectnr.
} and I have had flowing apella for three John Henry, Tltusvllle, .... .. .......Treamirer. .
1 '' QtsatluasameaA. ono. crossed and the message of proper ton and wool pnper. saw him would agree that Joe JeffersonIs years My appetite Is not good. I cannot R. E. Minis, Bnnavertnre.. Rupt J'Uh.lntt. '
planting carried to the tillers of In preparing for the fete towns and trifle of the normal. walk. be feet for J. 0. Fries Tl usvllle. County Bunevnr. i
just a out A or on my any :: ;
I J.: P.:Brown.TltusTllle;:::::::... .... Hherllf.: '
3.000.00O ncrerf of Iowa firm land of Tillages put aside a goodly sum of bear wilt slumber all winter. So willa length of time. W. 8. \orwoud, Tltuavilie..RegistratlonOHIcer.TITUBVILLB .
hI for the wounded and to buy ." The symptoms. of Fibroid Tumor
r; which fully one-third l Is devoted to money snake. A toad when shut up In the TOWN; COUNCIL.
prizes for the CbftmIllona.'OVerWork given in your little book accurately
corn growing. I o, A. Frmt.nsvnr Vim Vorlrv
middle of rode will extend his : murshul and
'Jaffe. Gw'anfaX.l4ASiMuL a even describe! my case, BO I write to you for
I When the Rock Island tour was completed tax collector K. K. Mml. jr., cleric and tress..
Weakens ; siesta over a number of years. But n advice."-(Signed) Mns.E. F. HATES!: rarer; John Henry-tax ..i.ew>ri J. R. Walker
n'aei another was Immediately begunon human has himself 253 Dudley St.; (Roxbury),Boston, Mass F. A. It'OrKaii., I... A.)'rxdy, l'. J, H"II."IIJ.) L,
being to content ,
the Den Moines, Iowa Falls and i f'arrnthers. rntincilu vhs council meets
Your Kidneys. Mrs. Second Letter first Tuesday lit each mouth.TITU8VILLE" .
-- Northern railway. The third trip was I with seven or eight hours a day; and.

made on the Chicago; Burlington and ; if there Is a colicky baby In the house .. DE.A... :MRS. PIXKHAM : Sometime BOAPf OF TRAPE.

i L rllllr nd. one-half of Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure, Blood I with lean. Twenty yeard seems ago I wrote to you describing my symp- O.. M. 1t"lJhl..Ireslclellt.I.; M. Dlxon. trens1ur
"CORN GOSPEL TRAIN'Professor Quincy Nearly ey eu ; toms and asked advice. You replied .r.l, n. Hast secreiarv. Meets second M eii. f fnusday

the ninety-nine (counties embracing All the blood In your body passes through to be overdoing! It a trifle. and I followed your all your directions night| In each month at tliel roam

(, irx() farming c-emmnnltles In thestate your kidneys once every three minutes.
How wonderful I Is Death, carefully and today I am a well
were visited and 15,000( ( g1'owel'll-more J5II rt The kidneys are your Death and hi. brother. steep, woman. -

Holden's Plan of Work than one-half of the corn growers of fo .r blood purifiers they hlter sings Shelley. Surely the sleep of the "The use of Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable
the statewere Interested. I out the waste or
Iowa Farmers. personally entirely expelled
'I' Among
Paris woman was wonderful. Also It
.\t the conclusion of his drat trip ,Pro- Impurities In the blood.If the tumor and strengthened my
they are sick or out wall very; much a brother of Death. whole system. I can walk miles now.
fessot- halter said that be believed '' of order they fall to do "Lydia E. IMnfeliara's Vege-

SIMPLE LESSON El GOOD FARMING the yield l** ;year will be Increased 'fie their work. table Compound ia worth five dollars

from five to ,ten bushels per acre In Pains, aches and rheumatism The Split Inanltlve. a drop. I advise all women who D

the tbe districts traversed by him. When come from excess That this is an age of transition Is are afflicted with tumors or female- .F.
llaHronde of Htat Pro-Tided of uric acid In the shown nowhere more startlingly than trouble Deserve your confldencs. -
of kind to faithful
the lust\ trip was completed he estimated any give They havfallel (
Special Trains-...etnrvs Delivered. that the average state Increase trouble. blood, due to neglected In the recent advocacy by eminent liter trial."-(Signed) :MBS. E. F. HAYES, -won't fail now.

''I ..d I'raetleal D..eoe.tra/toga Made would be three bushels. to the acre kidney Kidney trouble causes quick ary men of the "split Infinitive.". In .893 Dudley St.; (Roxbury), Boston, :Mass. Sold by all dealers.
or unsteady
-tSOOO faff tit If original of aura litttrt proving 1904' Seed A.nnalpostp.ld
I Prom Hear End l'l.tforin--Urewteet which would bring the 1UO4 average!: heart beats and makes one feel as though! the old days this crime was cardinal |*iw/iMneM cannot o*pmduomt. fee.
.. .
"I''I ItonefU. Derived Krom Object l...> yield up to the 1MKZ: average and increase they had heart trouble because the heart la with all who made any pretensions to -- -- ---- D. M, FlRRY i

.,I .on* .. to Good Bail Had Beds> tho 1003 UKgrcgiito! value of the r-worklng In pumping thick kidney- letters. fOLE" ffONlYANDTAR D.trolt, ahCO.
corn crop at the lust year's figures, by poisoned blood through veins and arteries.!
''; ""i The following U tnken'trom an article nearly' S.OOOOOO( ) ) It used to be considered that only urinary Murder might be condoned, but never Curaa Coldst Prevents Pn."on"I I
troubles were to be traced tho the of adverb between
to the
I II kidneys, placing an
entitled "A Corn Gospel Train, by Tho greatest practical benefit of the
: 1<.. U. lu fur resulted front the object lessons but now modern science proves that nearlyall "to" and Its verb. In the vernacular
I r Mooreliead. ttiu tt'orlU's Work constitutional diseases have their beginning MISSING WORD CONTEST.
for June: as to the good and the bud seed corn. In kidney trouble. of the day that was tbe limit.

( Coru Is our gruateat crop. Iowa product' which taught the farmer to judge bill I you are sick you can make no mistakeby Now that some of the crack ,rhetoricians -

wore com than any )bttier state seed carefully to know what to use first doctoring your kidneys. The mile and literary magazines are daringto PRIZES offered for

',' or country In the world, but Its yield; and what to throw away. It waa a and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer' question thla time honored dictum It 101

i ; did not satisfy Mr. I' U. Ilolden professor simple lesson in good farming. soon Swamp-Root realized. It the stands great the kidney highest remedy fqr \Its Is would seem that the world is on the the correct solution.
Next fall Professor Holdou Intends to
: of agronomy at the Iowa State wonderful cures of the most distressing cases eve of revolution or. some other horrible
Agricultural colU> In 1UOU ,the average travel over the entire state. Such: a .....
it and Is sold on Its merits thing. The tenacity of the late

:yield for each acre wall thirty-four tour will not only help the farmer to by all druggists In fifty- .... .-. Herbert Spencer In .daring to attack Tropical Manufacturing Co.: manufacturers of the great health .
'r'', bushels. In 18O3 tbe average yield was test his corn, \but to select It in the fall cent and ono-dollar 11&'I !Iii : 't': Drink METTO.. will pay all prizes. The contest open to
+ N. ." tbe art of the old masters was as nothing
thus the All. It's
: \ thirty-one bushvls. I'rofrsiior 110 idea for spring planting following es. You may have a free to You

':" '' .ald. "Why, with good weather should great Iowa crop from the very first sample bottle by mall Horn of s.._...aeot to this. The respectable conservatism -

the high yield uot only be maintained steps to the lust free also pamphlet telling you how to find that worships authority and that HRST PRIZE.

but increased?" Alt Increase of only AS out Mention If you this have paper kidney when or writing bladder Dr..trouble.Kilmer puts the form before the substance To tho first one sending In the correct answer\ve| wills give a (beautiful .life "

I I one buubel uu acre. using last ;year's A BAIT. & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. gasped once or twice 'and attempted to size) picture in gilt frame entitled "Purity."

crop us busts would mean an Increusv\ ostracize the discussion by Ignoring It. This picture Is symbolical of Metto the great. health drink
Mre. Holbrook Stow which benefit all and contains nu dope or harmful drugs.
i for 1604 of 7.3U8-.20O; bushels worth Tells It Lure But the Insurgents will not be snubbed. :

fli.GOO.3U3.20: at market last I> Moelle. to Doom. -- To tho next 3. . . . . . . . . . 1.00 each
price e"
cember. Music hath power to charm the bale They Insist that If they wish to say; t. 44 3. . . . . . . . .1 quart Motto each

'I ful iuoHiiiIto and lure him to electrocu I to kindly return"' Instead of "kindlyto I 44 44 2))). . . . . . t 1-2:! pint Metto each
i |
Professor Holdou began to experiment return" they will not be prevented 44 44 7O . . . . . . .f Metto Ticket each
with com from Iowa and other Uon, according to Mrs. .\welillet.'\! Dragging Pains -
Holbrook who read a on the curative from so doing by all the precedent
corn producing stutei( After a year paper IT'S')..........,yOU I
\ t and ho found properties of mimic before the worshipers that seek to fix the standards .
planting growing
.11.!Ii. 'I ,that with proper seen corn/ and right Professional Woman's league In New of the world of words. PEOPLE ... .. .KNOW.A GOOD,.......WHEN THEY... ....IT ARE

I planting tbe yield Increased. These York the other day says the New 2825: Keeley St.. Inasmuch as thin la supposed to be a USERS .OF.IN..... ....GOOD.. ... SUMMER.... ....,
York Herald. ItL. Oct. 2 1902.
scion title tests,, laude at the state experluientul CHICAGO free country. It would seem that the '

station showed that the Increase .It has been discovered that the hear- suffered with falling and congestion rebels against form have tbe best of Cut out this Coupon, till in the blank

j would range i from live to ten ing puratus> of thin little nuisance," of the womb with severe spaces, one word to each blank space NAME........... ..... .... ... ......
the argument and that If wantsto
paint throng h the groins. 1 suffered a man
said dire; "U the
bushels Ilolbrook. attuned to whole to make an appropriate sentence

I'I't.1 and from per two acre to five far the bushels fertile per tlt'hl.acre catch sounds, and these can be made terribly at the time headaches of menstruation split his Infinitives he has the God advertising Motto and mail. to P. 0 ....... ... .......................... ..
I to vibrate to the pitch of certain musical had blinding given right to do so without asking tbe the TROPICAL M'FO. CO.,
for the less
favored soil. Tile secret and rushing of blood to the brain.
of the desired increase thet'toJ'wall 1101\.... When' these are sounded the What to try 1 knew not for it aid or consent of any coterie of critics Jacksonville 14 W, eat. Adams. Street. Florida County.... ...............'.State .. .......? fl!

'I i In the education of tbe corn growers. entire nervous system of the Insect Is reined that 1 had tried all and on earth _

Convinced of title fact, be continued affected\ and when raised to a great failed.'but I had never, tried Wineof ::: *Remember the first 101 correct answers received gets the prizes: Seucjn }

I 1/l bis experiments and his comparison number of vibrations second, yet in Oardui that. blessed remedy for A Long Island man paid a $150: Judgment your answers at once to tbe
J harmony with the lower note the mosquito lick women. I found it pleasantto In
In 10O3: Green pennies. Whether he
und AVluucbagu was -
counties tryIng :
take and soon knew that I had TROPICAL, MANUFACTURING
becomes paral"Wben ..'\!. CO.
j, kJ. had the poorest average of productivity the medicine. New blood to realize the weight of his obligation ,
'I the note is sounded the mosquito right 14 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
'1/1/ to tbe acre-twenty bushel seemed to course through my veins or bear the copper market 1. not ,

(C\ --yet the year before Green county will plunge toward the music and after using eleven bottles I apparent but at any rate he- made the

"' bud produced and tbirty-oue bushels to the and the outside If tho windows the Insects are opened will nil from the was a well woman. I other fellow sensible of tbe fact that o =: A.S. :sr.ob.I.I: : & 'CC.r
;! acre Wluuebugo: county; thirty
I .,' '\ bushels. It was u slgntttcant cbaogu.! room and will precipitate themselves (4' & cLA54 wealth may be a burden.. BIT. k 819 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
against'the apparatus. The method ,
produces than
more cueseventh -
1 of all the corn grown tn the provides for the setting up of a musical The New York court of appeals has
'\ t' Mrs. Bush is now in perfect '
United {States Professor lloldeu believed Instrument that will vibrate at the decided that an actor Is not a laborer.It i u AfULL
proper pitch to attract the mosquitoes health because she took Wine of QTS.I .
that Iowa cuuld produce millions Is evident that the judges never did
I and to surround It with a wire screen Cardui for menstrual disorders
4,,1. more bushels of com: than any other stunts behind tbe footlights; also that I 20 f0
state without exhausting/ the soil. lIe charged with electricity so' that as the bearing: down pains and blinding y :( ;
they never saw some actors.
'S ., 1 alluwtile Iowa State Agriculturalcollege mosquitoes plunge against the screen headaches when all other remedies tJNTTII: I II

II student tow to select the proper they 'Will be electrocuted." failed to bring her relief. Any II I cAiDd1?
but mice Men long have sought the easiest and
mosquitoes to
: only are I
;, seed corn and how to plant it, but sufferer may secure health, by taking
be caught through their musical taste most pleasant way to die. It would
the students were only a small proportion Wine of Gardui in her home.
(v' of the vast number of corn Mrs. Holbrook described a trap that, The first bottle convinces the seem that the demand is filled by the 'r

growers In the state. If hU soleudflclexperlments instead of being/ baited with cheese patient fate that once befell a French courtier. i QTS 6 QTS.9Y43.
is the road
has hidden In double bottom small she on to health. rr <
were to be of value they a a He was kissed to death. *

t must bo generally known. musical box which ploys automatically For advice In cases requiring %
: all the popular airs. The !
mouse special directions: address Riving
/ Professor IIold n established corn There are forty-throe languages
charmed by these sounds ventures symptoms, "The Ladies Advisory lpo.I I
contests. at the state fair
"I ,Judging annually ken In Chicago. Tbdo not Include
nearer and nearer and at last pops Into Department, The Chattanooga: I /1
''j'I' 'f held In Den Maine Scholaralilps the trap seeking a reserved seat The Medicine Co., Chattanooga Tena.Wu the fearful and wonderful English used i .
''j1 : in the State Agricultural college!
) music (goes on. but there la no exit for la Ulnky Dink's ward.
were offered as prizes to the farm lads
the mouse.: He Is condemned to listento Ni:1CnRDUI
wltuln certain ages, who brought from
the music until be la taken from the They Mange to E....._
their" homes the beet ears of com and !
J'! trap to meet his death. She-So you think that men are
.rive: their reasons) for the selection: IItMI
The painful and discordant howling smarter than women do you? He- kr.e. p .w
I'', welter; with liuorrautlon as to selectli.j _/. V
of children may; be turned to music if fOLEYSUONEYAKDm I Some men but not all. She-Well.
1 ; and piuutlng\ wed corn. The con.
mothers adopt the plan recommended whnt men are smarter? He Old
i .""IIIt.- >.,1M... !.,'SV In favor bat the .
by' a mothers' club, Thl' was t9 b4Tt tope U e>coufh and b.al.I.. tgs bachelors.- Illustrated Bits.. Agents for the PabatDrewlnfc Co.


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Professional Cards. California Prune Wafers I I Iv tone "It Is only In the shadows that 7\' e"I"prll use Plowmen. I $too Reward If Ijn f O(). '

Cure liver disease and all tom"ch "ne thinks of the opinion of i the pubiclon't I ,
trouble..; they act gently but smell' II know' that In the real r";{.Dllrwht'M i 1\\\1.,1 yoarrj study of the The readers'ot this paper will b!!
GEO. M. BOBBINS, strengthen the bowels and stimulate Suppose you moments ill nom 11\,1: i, ,-d him.. tliAt till pleased to learn that there Is at least one
them to action. 100 ids of life, the moments that. mean .
healthy Wafers : I I inbie! 'ml url.Cng. i: frietklet' man dreaded disease that science has been
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR at Red Cross I'barnuwy Tltusville. something; one cities a* little about I ,
'I"'I.i. for 'the I lottlDiy tvmlltlon
I able to ouie In all Its stages, and that lacatnrrh. >
the publlo ft* about the leaves on the o', the soil 1 1 Ki-uext: Tbntapseft4vton
AT LAW. ; llnti'i\ Catarrh Cure la the on-
HALF FALSE JEWELS. By KEITH GORDON'Copyright trees? Don't you know that It mud astertint nulto HO long a Mtud IIOt the
Will practice Id State fti\d United States I 'ly positive cure known to the medicalfiatcrnlty
1 be sol"She gopher, .1111"0"1'1Ithnt this burrowing
Court. Prow One Dlnmonil MaV.. Two Each Idea by T. O. Modar. opened her lips to protest'. but rodent performs II similar function I In ava't Catarrh beluga constitutional
Office at Ti-rusrn.LE:, FLA. .. lllw as tae Wrlarlmil. ho gave her no chance to speak\ ill: ,obese requires a constitutional!! I
The laplunry was 'splitting n dla- ":o\v. put yourself In tint place of area. of country where tli.h .worms' treatment, Jlull's Catarrh cure Is taken

nioud. lie le.intM forward with Intent The saffron llan'e'' of the electric these people here. Suppose"; .- he managed ar..\not found. Internally, acting directly upon the

D.L. brows Ills' tiny machine UuzKod likea lights that bloomed as yellow rosebudson to Ming II word of tensing surcuaui > In limo June Century :Mr. Fehm"itlvea' blood mid muoous stirfaoos of the system

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, be. A dolicute and shining 'dust: I the walla flooded the balcony. Hand ..... Into his wor'I.--.lIpl', for instance the result", of hit researches) In nrer hereby destroying the foundation

a row" *. I there a lamp with a red shade\ that I. here and now should Interesting! paper, of which the' following of the dlsaiiKe, and giving the patient

Will practice In all the Courts of tlm State Then suddenly 1''l'rytblngVIlR stilled, glowed like a carbuncle. Front (the tell you that I love you; Unit l'\e loved are scattered extracts: etrength.hy building the constitution
Ot Florida,and the United State Court. and the in halves,
dluuiond. lay
split since the
you day we met for the first
palm room below the aroma of black I have visited nearly every state and ami n sMlnfnature; In doing Its work.
1. U Box,235. TITUSViLLK, FLA. In the lapidary's) white thin hniul. time; that I cannot and will not live i province. went of the MlHHlMlppl. I have
"Out of one hllllOIl..." he mild, "I an coffee greeted the nostrils. delicately without you: thl! "- availed rn).selt of the rusrittihes of the The proprietors havo 10 much faith In

E J. WEUB, going to unike two, and each of tb"lIe One of the musicians trailed his lIe stopped abruptly In order to take agricultural ai-partmetit. Indeed of allsources Its curative powers that! they offer One

: S two will be ns bit and brilliant as the hands over the keys of the piano and a fresh start Somt.thln.-urJt'nt.. earnest that the of ordinary'Information\ earthworms, and I am arc satisfied not Hundred Dollars for any case that it

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW original OliO wns." at the sound the violins adjusted their appealing-bud crowded the .mock' native to any part of America south of falls to cure. Send for list of tostlmon

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th As he scraped up the glittering; dual instrument. with affectionate en re. try out of hl.. voice. It had the ring ol the BnskntrhevtHn! or went of the Mississippi Isle. Address V. J. CIIKNNV> Co. '-

Circuit. Taxes paid for uon-resldents ho explained: i The men at the. bass viol cello and appeal. It sounded far too lunch in bolt along valley the, exclusive I'uelfio' oonit.Ihnr of a .narrow humid : lemur, O. Hall's Family Pills are the'best. "

; and rents and accounts collected. "First I will mnke In paste nn exact flute stood at attention and In another earnest. He called the mockery to his exists nevertheless l a> fln. stratum nr)1tI druggists "So. tIt's t-

TITUSVH.LH:, FWRtDA. duplicate each of these two halves moment the music began again. aid once more and resumed. ot humus In nil parts of the country
Then I will join to the bottom of each "What if I should tell you that I whore there Is moisture, enough toproduce ,
It seemed to roll through:; tho place annual veKctutlon. Tha black
D. PENNEY, genuine half Its 'nrtlll<'lni complement la Wares, the thin edges of which, would rather have your love I than the earth 'In Manitoba" ,'ls from one foot to
A. making the junction so carefully that power of a king: or the wealth of a two feet thick An amount not exceeded
no one will be able to'pereelve It. Kl- went curling through the open doors Croesus; that I should count It fine ever any la r HI urea In the world This' :;

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, nnlly I will mount these two half fnlau and out Into the ddrkness Of the street, and wonderful beyond all Imagining, a. I I. not a solid bed of dixnyd. vewtiitloit.! ';,.. .
but It Is thoroughly mlxtnl with the tip*
:rITU8VILLE. FLORIDA. anti half genuine stones. Knch then where the passersby slackened their moment to die for, It I could rend In per formation and form the black lonm

7 Will practice. in all the courts of the 7th will appear! to be altogether genuine. steps to listen. The half dozou persons your eyes that ;you love uie, that someday There. la no doubt butt In the sltsonco of I k
Their paste foundations will not de- who sat In the balcony listening 1 you will be my wife?" nrthworms this mixing Is done by u
Judicial Circuit. number of species' of burrowing animals, /
tract In any way from their brilliance. succumbed even more completely to IIU voice had become provokingly/ but bv fur tint most. Import:nl of th .... \,
The owner of the bill diamond will Its charm. husky. It wee a full second before he are the ....m.I". ., or |u>uk..t gophers.
'; A. FROST.ATTORXEYATLAVV. have two big diamonds. "Lovers-.lovers. everywhere! mar- could recover his vein of light rnlllery."Suppose Thy lire found In the whole. n-iilon:' went : FOr
G I of the Mississippi valley as far as the ; I
'The the mured
a leaking of fake Jewels, hip Agnes Jennings mirthfully asher that I should say nil this 1's.clflu coast south well Into Mexico and
l Idury Bald. "!s un IntereHtliiK study. Do gaze wandered Idly over the scene and much more that I can think of to ss far north .. the 1iI"Mk"h'h"wlID In : df1 1

l| Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th you know what the bout fake pearls before .her. Her companion's answerIng you, here and now, to the accompaniment other wards. their distribution' Is genbrnl' ,
*;'. Judicial Circuit. are made of? They lire made of fish smile was somewhat obstructed. of this bewitching nuiHlc. Could over the whole region, that la without .
earthworms, though It Is not likely thatthe
scales-silvery and Iridescent fish scales While she had been watching the sit III
;you and listen unDlovI'VouJotn't rodents had to do with thl. limitation. .
TrrusviLt-K FLORIDA. pastel on the Inside, of balls of gill 1111. others be had been watching her. It there bo some change lu your expression \

The fish these", scales conic from Is was a habit he had acquired and It and In mine by which iv curious Darwin concluded that the earthworm

STEPiIEN: E. FOSTER? culled In- hrnace the ablette and luKuglnml was particularly lu moments like this, person who wall looking on might discover cover'In five the yours Hround'on brings' Inch up soil thickid enough that' to Y5i!

the bleak. !It IK smaller than when her head was thrown bak that aU the world loves And- therefore, the result of Us 'labor Is of vast
ATTOHXEYATLAW.JDyalUpchnrch ; a minnow. Its scales must be picked against the chair her eyes were touih- would we care very much?" Importance I reckon that the pocket

Building Jar off by hand. and only a small portionof ed with dreaminess and the shadowy lid was leaning forward. his strong gopher done this In five month. It does I I'
not do It In the same way or so effectively' ,
them can be used. It takes 1H.OOO smile was quivering on her lips. muscular
JACKSONVILLE hands clasped loosely before because
FLA. : the earthworm actually dhf' "*ts
I nblettes. or bleaks to yield pound of There were, indeed two absorlied, him whimsical smile on his lips. the substance of its casting's, but It Is ,

scales."-New York Telegram.aeparstl. couples near them, and Richardson With a thrill of triumph he IIIIthnt evident that the Kopher's method answers I
B.' BURjraAM M. D.
the of
purpose fully tllslntotfrntlng anti
TVJ I obediently pretended to be interested abe was not listening unmoved
( even mixing the dead vevetstlon with the soil
.* Th..... !in them. Of the older pair the man, to the supposition. Hut she kept a to produce a rich and fertile blnck lonm.Krom DRINK
Ear Nose and Throat. Alabama was \located at Tuscnloosn type so common In our cities "I'm "Io I seem to be melting she Inquired ,some unit Idea. draining of' the the work ground done by toward this con.tilling -

SWKST PALM BKACH FLOIUDA. there was n Kd deal of open gam as good us you are," was written. In with a touch of defiance which llnentul' army of rodents, mid I It Is po."Ib. -
bung lit tluU tent of legislation said everY_ _. _line m_ of__ htt! _fn n(_*_'!., comported\ with the tumultuous .. they cause still greater changes by
L a southern 11111 n. "It was the custom Itut as he gazed: at the woman beside beating of her heart and a most annoying bringing such vast ninntltles of soil under. r
HOUOUTOX'S In thoi' e times for men of nil grades otwll.ty him who was oppressively pink the Influence' of the sun and wind Their
DR. feeling of tremulousness about aggregate power a. active geologicalsgents .
( to risk their money at gamesof of cheek, bright of eye and black of the lips. It was too absurd., Put at must be Immense. and many million ,
''LOATIXO:- DENTAl APARTMENTS chance\ and the lawmakers who hair you saw that be made one exception. I least he should not know bow embarrassed tone of flood borne silt are loonanetlannually
gnthrrv nt Tnscnloonn were among For the moment lie was an she was. by the master plowmen of the

on e the "Dentos the I 1It't patrons of the gaining tables."The l idealist and 1 she was his Meal! In some Then he proceeded calmly with his w.t. _

proprietor of one of those resorts (clumsy speechless be showed
Now AT DAVTONA.E. way odious suppositions."But Teaching Manners.Oentilno "13
!!, wlsulng to keep the state Kolonlle'pornt..l that be felt that he wasn't so good as that was not all. Suppose that ,
courtesy, that has no element -
BUCK from the ordinary customers she that he aspired that lIe loved) I should tell) you that, though I love
of his place put up a big sign In the "lie has of snobbishness, Is so desirable
a forgotten that bees the successful you as a man run love but cure,
apartment devoted to furo. poker that It should tie taught to the
Stockton &: Budd Building .IlIalnIlSt.; << Tim O'Donohue, remarked though; ;you are to me the scent of the THE GREAT
roulette and the like, which read: Consideration for others gentleness
Richardson ,
laughingly "lie has for
Jacksonville. Rooms 15: 10,17. roues, the sweetness of music the dear
':'Member of the legislature, please gotten how he started with a pickax (>tit Joy of life I am honor bound to amiability, the substance rather than HEALTH DRINK.

DENTIST take the table to the right; gamblers and spade and now wears a diamond another Would there be anything to tho mere form of /good manners-surely
? and Work take the table to the left. It's hard to !In his shirt front-he has "
rown ]Bridge forgotten show that you cared. there Is nothing more needed In our
Porcelain Inlays, tell you apart. Washington Post. everything but her." Slowly! the color faded from her face. life than thcIt Is for this "reason ""IN THE GOOD

IllgU-clnss Plate 'work.fOLEnIlONEYAft. He finished the sentence as If he She realized: It, but she could not helpit that a recent article in the Outlook Is to '

Irvlnjf's Uuchii! WafersAre were speaking to himself, and his com for she felt still and cold and motionlesi. be especially commended. Among other OLD SUMMER TIME."
panlou paid him the tribute of a IIn&r& r. Then almost piteously, her eyes
TARe a true remedy for all kidney disease, lag glance In which a question mark his. fine things, it says:
Triumph gladnesswere
= In '
from Its most simple form pain the eI
$"""' ., e.,,,. ear*. .JP* e.-vtotee back to Its worst and very dangerous/ vile barely perceptible. Then she returned visible there. Ills look was a In If this we country are to ,have good any mnnnere fln. civilisation must be

condition dllle e.Ve to her derisive contemplation caress. The place, the music, the
-Brlght's >> mean people drilled Into the school' children and the
It when we say the) will\ cure you and we of the lovers once more. momentarily vanished from her Outlook proposes to the tvuchers of the / '
he Largest and Most Con : would not s"ylt If we had not confidenceIn "They
olata Establishment South. them, which Is the direct result of next comment, as with a droll smile alone la the 01'101-11 fuller> happierworld whore In the schools leagues for courtesy, .
voluntary sssoclntlons of boys and girls
our knowledge! of their cures In eases she watched the other couple-a slender than she bad ever before dreamed for the purpose of advancing the standards .
'GEO S HACKER & that teemed almost hopeless Hold ac girl with sweet blue eyes and a I of. of manners and of developing those
SON 50o a box by Red Cross Pharmacy Inetlncts of kindness and .
with courtesy helpfulnres 1
lordly youth a reassuring breadth Ills low, pleased tantalizing laugh recalled Is a delicious, refreshing 1f
Qr shoulder and crisp dark hair. Tim her. which are chunicterlntlu of the M ETTO f
Her cheeks went scarlet
American In all parts of the country. The
I Iq Ir UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF blue eyes were gazing up at him as If and her eyes blazed. I American ought to be the most courteousand boyerage madojfrom. ripe

he were a galling, as In fact be looked, "Agnes, Agnes! he admonished, the best mannered. person In the free
Saw palmetto Berries,
MEDICINE R "Ihe cunning things! ejaculatedMlua \ using/ her first name without a sign world, for his natural kindness' hi* desire
: to be helpful and to make himself agree.able
Jennings softly as the you h'. of apology, precisely as If he Intended are recognised everywhere. He falls, from porniotoueharmful drugs. Mctto

Modem Laboimtarla i Lo charge of ipeclalUU. hand gently touched the girl's as It lay using It always In the future. "He- whenever! he doe. fall not because of bad stimulator tbe diver hushes the KMneys .
{Quit 8y.t..... Superior CUnJc.. on the arm of the chair. ""S-h-h don't ware my dear girl! If those others. Intentions, but because of lack, of trainIng ,

"I.s Bedside teaching la our ova HoipiuLFordeHiledlnformatifm move!I" she (cautioned as Richardson nodding toward the couples. whom she English or because Is supervised of hast In. every As the recitationin use of acts directly on the bladder
write shifted his position to get a better ,bad so lately criticised "were less ah, every good school', so the manners of '
+ glance of them. "You'll attract their uttentlon sorbed In their own affairs, I nun afraid every hoy and girl ought to b. supervisedand Makes these organs perform their funo

urn Sheriffs Sale. and then they will alt up stiff I I they would be Justified In thinking/ that corrected In every school relation. Lions In a natural ."thereby keeping
and straight and talk of the weather! we are hating a lovers'. quarrel." Would. not such a movement !In our

Apparently they were pbllvious to "You wretch! she said at lust It schools have much to do with modify. the system in perfect and khealthy condition
UNDFR lMue l....t..t the County > ourt of the people about them as well as to really seemed the only thing to do-- Ing the,rowdyism. the lack of respectfor '

MANUFACTURERS OF !I Lin finny Hrevanl and l her county hunhanil. rinrlila Thonna, wherein Llmlmiv liens.. the laughing scrutiny turned upon to smile nnd make the best of It. Then parents, the tendencies to petty
Doors, Sash, Blinds. levied, ., and.1 T. HOMMU. In defendant I have.. them as they sat gazing blissfully into her glance strayed to the others. It criminality and other like evils now reSold
upon and will' cell'\ at piilillo anctlim for each other's eyes. was a trifle more sympathetic than be I"
vault tn the hlh| |It( nldmg & Building Material : door la the town ol TltuevJIle. uu "Now?", what do you suppose they erethere fore. O'I>onohue, as they had named young. Would It not add sn elementof
drawled Rlcbanlson going him, sat silent, uncomfortable, happy. .
I THE FIRST MONDAY: IX ACOUBT, leN\( heart education ,
to the
i Office: Warerooms. Kloj\ ,, opposite : all that tract of laml' lying' 'In Hrevard county, back to his interrupted contemplationof Tbe godllng and the blue eyed girl too exclusivehead
' Cannon Street.Charleston I Florida.n.ld..lbed. an follow*t Agnes' prod Ie. She laughed lightly were talking/ but were perhaps saying education now prevalent !In our bY-r- .

S. C. HeRlnnlno' eight' chains west and three and' "Everything: floating lu a rose colored more with their eyes than with tbelr Institutions of learning Would It not

Northeaet seventy-five qtuirieror tine hundredths the gouthewt chain iiarterof|south of the the mist. Nothing but Joy, Joy, JoyI lips. simplify the growing problems in the Red Cross Pharmacy,

North went quarter of Section 4. Township n 14. Invisible music: and always them "Might 1 have the honor of, your attentlon government of children? Fla.
ash Weights, Cord au. Range 3ft E., thence!run Month chains three, thane and twelvesandshalfone.bundredths Went elves together and happy," she haz ?" pleaded Richardson's rolcemeekly. I TltUBVIIIe. ,

thirty-two chain,thence. North three and twelve arded. "It's a bit cruel to think bow People who think the world,Is grow '
Hardware. and a halt, hundredths chain, thence >ait different It will' really be, isn't IlrAs She turned
toward him, trying hard \ roiEY-SKlDIiETCURE
thirty' two chain to the point of beginning cam IDle worse usually mistake tbelr liver
talnliiK ten leu a*the property nf she turned toward him with a to look serious but the corner of her
rlndow .and Fancy Glas the defendant:'ar.h':same will be jolt toeatUly look for the world. Met,.. Kldseya and ",......".. R'"ht
grown pensive, Richardson was mouth wavered."Nuppose"the. .. ._ ., .
Mild execution ( -... '...- .. -- ""' ""'" "' --
SPECIALTY. J. '. BROWN. filled with a sudden optimism. voice was a bit breathless -
A Sheriff! of Brevaril County.Flhrlda. "It may come true. You cun't telir -"supH>m> I were t.> tell you that .
Ruhlmain.: c& Co.
There was something vaguely suggestive the first part was true-terribly true-

Notice. In his tone, and Miss Jennings, the part about my caring for you?" he

TO BE GIVEN AWAY looked again. She was half Inclinedto question "The rent, of course, wa.nohsense. .. 201 Washington St. NEW J YOHK. ..
believe but X Y.
no! Murray Street. J
_This. Ifiatemaa will tv aural&tmtoaUMf.' .Iu.y Ovtlt., aN tt of.mi.....d.on. It rood......1."' .. IN County, Florida.In The music stop| ed. Thd youth's dark Little waves of color swept over her

I I(ul.at t (h InrnutlhfmumCmeri-tK it tai:,I dalntr CulUn.*1(ll Aa.aunM>l I la >with I uill..bible..fl.I Ross Thompson )Chancery. bead was bent toward the girl, and be face and disappeared In the duskinessof
I BnokmMfc.S SutMvriUM J fi.#-didt Autumn (LMM..lid VM I Bill for Divorce. was murmuring to her in low muffled her hair She guve him one quick
|1 c.-11MoI.' m lot ahln-walM/ w..m..e.a.READ Alex Th mpou ) Oranges Pineapplesand
omit BITUSWS Notice to XnnRMldent.T terms. The inan, whose appearance suggested "glance, and her lid. covered her eye ,
A1.%x. Thompson: contracts shrewdly and proflt- and shut out their mesMHice.

> of'Youareberel.Complaint nie'l' re.'herein airedtosp'earin y{sleet you the In Hill the ably carriedthrough, "was making a In the convenient shadow of the> Florida, Fruits Our Specialty.
above entitled: canes on or .before the palpable effort to say something that cnalr his big brown hand cloned over .

&.** 2STH DAY or AUGUST A. 1). Ifln4., was determined' not to be said. He hers with s. touch-gentle, firm, su
Ws several of tbs largest shippers In /State: sod "with to representyou
The KAUT Coasr Aovoi ATI I III bereby ..shall I shifted in his chair, and the red of preme. represent your
natal a* the newspaper ID which thin oriler.
-test be published cope each week. for sighs eoiwenatlve his face grew darker, while his companion There were three pairs of hovers but, also. Give as a trial shipment Established 8'') 7.a,...

Witness week. *. and teal' of office tbli the chatted composedly com I8I.nl, aalienrelA .....,. -.- . .. -.
24tb day of 1:JO'. posedly Richardson thought as his 'J .
1t'4 IHeal Ct. Ct.) A.Clerk A., HTKTl Circuit ART Lour{. speculative glance came home to the Chicago paper says the Panama KnrAiiLiniiBi-1: .iinv.

I, f'' By O. A. Stewart! Deputy Clerk lest lady at his side. rannl imo been talked about for 800years. ----- ---

Al ---- "Isn't It odd," said she, breaking '
It really seems longer than that
Notice the silence, "that they are so unconscious --- M. Lane & Son
'W'r T They don't seem to notice u* ,
Tbe seedless apple
evolution of the
-to think that perhaps we are watch

: i f 1 I'Yvwl County CIRCriTCOCBT riurKla. In IX ChaceryFree AND FOR. MR&V ing them. Fancy forgetting everythinglike will pinto even the orchards at themerey 230 WASHIXOTOX STREET, NEW YORK.

re petition of EIHe ...... .. become thatiller of the grafters.California .
} IDEA a Dealer.. Thin eaane aomlnic' tomhe beard, listener's seemed to bot reduced
Eha NEW -
U I.ordered and decreed that the. prayer of the 5 Southern Fruit and Produce
to 'Woman** Ma.aja..lr..e petition be :rented,and the repo-1 of tee MaaMr to mere points. He felt oddly
berala fie..... tits MId Prune, "Uarc'r"
+ake.m.ta .t"'.-uedw w.e.'e r.e'IYkeiIt .IIrmecJ..nd. that Km nettled! at her words and as quick asa
.. t AJitorman.t* ........ license free
a..mtl.oIry ma. hereby a a a
i.: .:;.:.epr.M.t. ;. flash decided to make an experiment.Was Purely nature'sproduct
.ere c.. I.IN west pr.cn.ai __ < r.ao l la hereby empowereil.. .deviated to vegetable they are
q a_ ,a.w,baa..l",_ ,'_I 1..."+_.'r r.If.._.. W'VA'.lk a" V ........ charge be a free of taJer and maaaic la every her own reec eetate, aunt Lad to take she really so cold and Impersonalss mad should be In every bouie- Ootz\r.c..1cs1oc.: : : : > : ::eLsr4Iorcla.CL3n.ta.:: : .

::.::i.L;rmmf t.a j,c';':n.a10soli:: :; :; nNees wld.e 1.1..IIS ill.w.y ::: arty and bet dicabilltiea M a married woanan prop re she seemed? Well. it was decreed bolL They-cure constipation and all
a-a h.lra..w u... s-d4"--, moved.Done. that he should find out some time: amt
-...-... Oar adwa.dM.MNrers.M and ordered at: Chambers, at Tltoavtlle. I disorders of the stomach, liver and i/FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY
.....a .1A. Ea1.d.br 0.45-a- Florida,till jane". I""*. tab*. wss perhaps as good a time s. bowel. 100 << '
..-S..Y..aI.w.w-- IM .KOIOR...Jmra. Wafers. 25c; at Jed '
sew IDEA e09Lf1R1.co .'M_-Y-.. Judge of sod Court. "My dear girt" be began In a fatLer- Pharmacy, THosttile. Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.


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Is the! JAMBS., hJtD;; Prwldentj; .. a WM. M. BRowN, Vlco-Presldent.
THE country newspaper
W. S. BKAJTHiJie' Cashier
moot useful of all the agencies

which stamp the Impress of pro

ft WBBBLV OVBAfc DBVOTED TO TIB DCTBI' > gress upon villages and inland INDIAN RIVER BASK

cities. Without the aid of local '
7 AID BMOAYXIB BAT.BOrrol.. newspapers towns are, as a rule, COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

thriftless and dea ; consequentlythe Authorized capital, $ I oOeoo

PUBLISHED KVBBY FBIDAT.CHAILM merchants do very little busi
C" Paid up capital, $40,000
ness. It is common for great men 1 I1.AI
41 Average deposits, $160,000
: H. WAITOH Editor & Publisher.v to speak with contempt of local ,
but the village newspaper
YI Discontinuance of adyta, mast be made par- makes more great men out of Transacts a General Banking

1 .ally at this office or by writing.OhecK lean material-more bricks without Home Cure (RheumatismRot .
straw-than any other factor In sulphur baths g\tt relief at once qul"tlaRttbll pains

,etc., may be made payable to CBABLKiI. politics, and is the ladder on which and Internal ofRheumet.mendGout will revs both of these, 1 terribly he.ulphurt..tmeot.dl......,.. But the external sulphur meat i t
.... .... 1 Largest and Oldest on the River
fI' WALTolpublleher
men climb to local distinction as be in such form that it can be absorbed by the system The only tlonHancock's m .
of sulphur ever discovered: that can be absorbed by the akin and by the dig<- 'I
I the beginning: of wider fame. The tin organs toLiquid S ;u? P Exchange:: bought". and Hold on all Foreign
IB- In writing, t.) the AnvocuTB r<'r Inform has Con trlee.r \
advent of the local fy
j'ti' lon o. tny kind,tlio writer will oblige by enolo e
tog s.tamped. .athlresdd envelope. always dated the increased thrift of r I'lUronanre appreciated. Prompt service polite '\
the community. The local news, treatment and every faveremsletentwith conervatrve .
banking (
tt, BOSTON' OFFICK t -THH KAAT COAST ADVOnATK paper is the life of the locality, and Sulphur 4 wP 1 '

bait opened an office at 404 Atlantic avenue, the measure of its support, and as 1 Phoenix National Hank N. Y., Empire Stato t
r ) ; It Mature'l Urtatttt OfrmMdt.. Such a certain cure Ib.t..ot guarantee It 1e'' h f Tr,opt Company N. V., atlocal. Bank of Jack
B>ston, wblch will>e in chargo of Mr Claude a rule, measures the advancement of to cure Kcwrns. Acne Itch Dandruff, Ringworm, Prickly Heat, Diphtheria, ..PLi..t ,dt,: .flr.S v. tcf"douvllle. Jacksonville, Fla.
>9 O.Walton. the and the merchants ofa Catarrh Cancer,Sore Month and Throat,Cut, and all dlaea_ of the.c.lp. ,+d
people ; for 'iau'bv aU r.Hahte drnggittt.Hancock's 'riT1UtVILLE: FLA.: .
for their benefit should Ointment .
town, own Liquid Sulphur
Address communications to
liberally support their local paper Prepared especially.for Burn*,Scald.* Open Sore Chafed Parti. Haw Surfaces. ---- -- ---
EASf COAST ADVOCATE. sot Piles,Roughness! of Pace and hands and all,Skin DI....."*,
TITV VILL.. FLORIDA. ,. with good, large ads. No merchant write for booklet on the curative and toilet uses sulphur. All kinds'of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR

-..- .- -- .. who has the interest of his HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR CO., Baltimore. Yd.a THE .

u. 8. Department of Agriculture town at heart, should fail to everlastingly -.A..OlWE:: : ::EJA.n.rto"'VV'-:

keep his ad. in his town
a, Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. 'A f'N '
f paper. The big crowd drawn to rI3

Titusville on the Fourth proves :I

Th following is a comparative It ate. the value of newspaper advertising.AT Io
;; meat of temperature and rainfall for tbe .! r:=

week ending Tuesday, July: 12,.19OI.DATB. --- r W

1 I -1994- -1003- a recent meeting of the "In'-

PNI MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. ternatronal League for the deform zQ
8(1 79 87 71))
i e ttT 87 78 87 7(1(1 of Woman's Drees," at Dresden, "

4 8 87 77 88 71. corsets, pointed shoes, high heels, r trthi, 0
1 ft I 88 75 87 71! tight fitting collars, earring and I
10 87 73 86 78
veils ,were banned ; and among -
11 8(1UO( 72 811 7(1(
( 1 Professor Weiss de.
I 12 73 8(1( 77 other speakers.

Total rainfall for the week: .03 nounced the corset as one of the = --

I Departurefrom normal rainfall for the onuses of the degeneration of all .. /
week] minus l.lll InclieH. Departure civilized JIe declared that 6 Il'r re'ltrL. %.- D. .. -'I F!" : .b- 1
races "
k font normal rainfall since January 1, .....;J.. '
minus 2.43/ Inches.UAL. It produced aniwrnia and tubercu
lOlls and that 1)7 renfnf women THE CEO. 'H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.
P. UABDIN, Qbserver, per
.. who come under hi* notice BufferIng Sanford, Florida.ANEniwAY.
Cl4 ----- ---- ---- -
from Internal i1i8i"t! '*''''M owed! it -- ----- -

JUDGE PARKER NOMINATED. to pressnr (rum comets. 'Every s
'i'it form of dress\ prenlng on the in F s s --. ::

t, l Our prediction. that Judge Alton ternal organs, he said, was Injurious -

to health. Dr; Flachs, another 'h
Brooks Parker, Chief Justice oft' .
medical. man, spoke"' of the disastrous 'j
New would nominated
y York, receive the ': .

at the Democratic Convention effects of corsets worn by .',"-': ,

i, at St. Louis, for President of schoolgirls, and advocated the. pro P 'LAlEPAT .. ,
hibition of their use. The confer.
tbe has
United States, been verified. i "
ence thereupon proceeded to severe. .
Judge Parker, undoubtedly, was "vii'ac'
the favprlte from the start. lIe Is ly condemn by resolution the present '"

able and and l mode of dressing as dictated by B xC
an a good man, no GE 59

l word has ben spoken against his fashion? ___. __. ___ ___ __ n____ 1 / tbiAtt
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1 \ private or public character. Judge NOTICE TO CONTHACTOI19. line and rnniiluir' to south hnumlry of. Commlssi NATE UAL
Parker is calm dignified and con- TilE East Coast Summer Normal uter'M Dliirflct No. 3. Road to be made twelve Mrfito
I't feet wide wherever ponHllile. All )portions/ of
commenced In Titusville Monday
{ vervatlve in thought and action. on road flair school houses to be kept free of weed.
at the High School building. Working Public Roads, Hrvvartl ConatSEAIEI during school' month.
i' ,
Ills life been
having pent mostly Hay: Grain Flour Meal Grits ea4Limom
has In ( NO. 4.NO
in the judicial station has been a It caused some interest town, > BIiH WI L lilt RECEIVED: : BY
and credit should be given :Mr. R R. Walker. Chnlrniim", of the Mimril of copra H"r 17.'
o- quiet one, free from that restless Uoiinty "iminilHHloiier/ hnvardt'ountr, : OOnJ.on.1i: :::: : 3Zto. oil
E. Mime, Superintendant of Public Florida until Mouiluv, Anirunt l 1.1. 11104, st KxepInK, In repair the )public road fronr" north
:, activity which has been so markeda noon, tor the following; I road work, t* v Hu..ril muilarv' .line or "nu.I-MIoner'. DUtrlot No. 4,
characteristic of the present occupant Instruction for his efforts in get. reserving the right to r..j.ot any an.I..1I bltls t t 1 south boundary. line, for one year. ---- Weight and Quality Guaranteed '

of the White House. Ills ting the Normal here, for it is at. ROAD DISTRICT' M>. I. CONTHAPT No. 18. .
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order of'mind It tended by a very bright class of CONTRACT KO 1. Kpsplniinrepdr| the pitbllo road from the "'
preeminently limits. of the, town of Port; fierce towards Fort :Door:: an.d.: 'V"jn.CI: c-.gv: Fr ::D:108.: 1
teachers would-be teachers.
: i Judicial. He would take no official) Road, from Tltuavllle to imiitMioumlarvlllie odlittrlct Drum to Viva Mile Blotigh, for one year. eatWe
t.. lie <)leur.,d <.11 anti freed from I brunt
Patrons of school and citizens
a action without due and our .. are,making hundreds of frames mouth for the leading contractors, hr
; .. thougbt, and weeds three time a year Kiwid lo b kept COS TRACT NO. 19.Kp.plnllin every
I none of the hotheaded impulse or of this section-as well as any other In fret-oIese condition. repair Mie, public road from Fort and w. e should make t them for you. We do I if cheaper and better.

,l that part of Brevard countyshouldshow co- precipitation may at any time
I r" \ be expected in the chief executive their Interest in the same by Keeping In repaint the mail. from the limit or one year. CONTKACT. 20. BRONZE FINISH BALL"BEARING SASH PULLEYS.1
the Town lltuavllln to Li rante o'liireh and
would be probable if be were President giving their presence and cooperation from LjiOrunne onurrh t<> Minis, IM fur as the Ke"plnit Inrepatrthapublic roid from,Fort nod you should Insist on getting .these In your frames.
and thus inspire the teachers Nh..l1l11 spread.. old rllM In'he merle. or st>"lleiparts Pierce tow tin White "Itv.. a. far ns soutto When you have any building to do, write
of the United States. ; anil the,track foruiml. by lionum.. trau.pin boundary of CoinmUnloner's: District No. 4.
Alton Brooks Parker was born on and others connected therewith to to. ba tilled up and kept In Rood order aa oltenaa COITBAfT NO. 21. \ EAST COAST LUMBER. AND SUPPLY COMPANY

greater efforts. This Normal will needed General office IEAU OAI.IIE, FLA. ,
I a farm in Cortland county New CONTRACT MO. V.Fubllft Keeplnir In repair the public road from Fort
-Yards at Eau
Tltusvillo Foil
Gnllle Pierce and West I'alm lleach-
and the +
continue for eight weeks, Drum to tiuay. s p
York, May, 14, 1852. Ills father, road from Mini t<. Six l Mile creek to
I John Brooks Parker comes of old ADVOCATE takes pleasure in givingall be kept up an a third-nleee. road. roNTBAOT SO. 22. .
Public roa" from Six Mile creek to Vou"'a! "
\ English stock. Ills great.grand.1father who are connected with it a county line(via Cabbage Hlnuirh). the' old Enterprise Oruillnir' and shelllnc public mad at Oslo' station. 5
hearty welcome to Titusville. road tu be kept up as a tourtu claim. road. Kid to be 1 per cubic yard spread on roar(. & O'Hara: :

John Parker, was! born in N1'BACT .NO. 4. Contract lio.' 23, Hodges ? ,
1751 at Worcester M.. his ----- ----- --
Public road from DaSoto drove to Haulover Oradingandalrelhn ( )public road from Vero ...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
having emigrated from Eng. WOUJ.I-BE settlers frequently ask canal and Voliutln county line, to be kept up' ana station to river. Hhell furnlnhed bv county from

; j land in the early Colonial days. us what is the future of Brevard third-class road.CONTRACT'.so. 5. Vero.f, I*. Moore's Kid to be shell per cublo mound yard across l spread river on road.from Rand CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

He was .a hardworking farmer county; and the section of Titus. Contract No. 24. DreBBtd
In the road from Railroad
Keeping repair
When the war for independence ville more especially. With a fine oroDHlug liowinan'a, to the end of shall. 1',1 RepnMnit shell road from south boundary of Change Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates MouldingsShingles, etc.
broke out he left his plough and soil like we have at this 'end of at Minis Old ruts In the marled or shelled town nf Fi>rt Pier to south bounitnry of CommisKloner's Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered s
I parts and the track formed by horses tramplnif IMmrli, No. 4. Bide to be per cubic Buffalo Bluff Fla.
to of the Addess & O'Hara
mate. Hodges ,
served as a private under Washington Brevard, which can readily be to I be tilled up dud kept in good order as often ae. yard spread on roml. any part :

until the American under cultivation needed. ROAD DISTRICT NO. 8. -
Republic brought we may OONTUAOT xo. B. ----- -- -- -- -

i i was established. Little Is known say that our prospects were never Contract No. 29.Huls .
To hulltl U) one and one fourth mile of IF YOU WANT A. v
fz of him except that he was a- man of better. The orange groves are in marl road on the road oath of Tltnavllle be. to worK the river' front road from the -
ginning: at the end or present rock and marl north line of the nth Road District to the sruth .
pluck and independence and was splendid trim, and we have !many ri>,id. The grading must be(lone from center ofucliee line of Hrevnrd' enmity Rond to lie kept free of
greatly respected by his neighbors.His hundreds of acres of good vegetableland road to the .ltha. leaving c..nt., r two ((2)) 1 weeds and t ,II nri'.. Work lo be done wltb a
higher than alder. Itiuul to Iw nine(\ -..twhl", .fthinrje. or double horse mowing mnohtne. Orass
,. s.ln.: John Parker, was an Intel. that only awaits the coming of The marl tnimt. lie seven ((1) Inches deep in'oont to l be left where "nit, on roadway., Large weeds. .Building Lot
r and six 6) inches deep on stiles of rtMd.leavlnir and' dry palmetto leave must lio thrown off' .. 1
ligent man highly educated ,and the practical farmer to make this center o( road 1 tlir e ((3) Inches hi her the roadway. Road t'> be mowed four times a
public spirited. In 1803 he came section "blossom as the rose." than stiles. The aid" of mail. to IM banked with year: ; work to be dune. at such ttinen as will keep
I' sand drawn out Erjdluir.. Nothing but good the road in nr t-cldBM condition' for one
to New York State and bought a .... -- quality uiurl must be u....d. Distance to he worked. ahotit mlleii.. year. or a lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY, I

farm at Cortland, the same farm ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? ROAD DISTRICT NO. 2: Contract Xo. 20.lllrt LAND FOK AN ORANGE GROVE,

+t which his distinguished grandson CONTRACT SO. 7.Keeplnc to keep In (good. safe repair) all bridgesand PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN, g
culverts and keep all washouts filled the
F owns and cultivates today. He northward up publlo road Cr..." north boundaryof cottntt road from White City to Wblte City We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
v' had a large family, and when his A few years ago travel at CmniulaMoner'a District. No 2. to northboundary station for one year. Distance 3 miles.
t I this season of the year was. extl'8111el1IIlJJht of Cocoa town limits This road to be Contract S"o. 27, Settlers are docking In but still there Is room. If yon are
health broke duwn the burden fell worked twice year,fourteen ((14)' ) feet wide.

heavily upon his son, John, the for the reason that",tll the tomUts CONTRACT NO. 8. Ride to keep all hrldires. and culverts In good, looking tbls way, drop a line to ev
safe repair for one y ar, on the
had departed and there were" 'not road
father of Judge 1'arner. Those very Keeping up public road from south boundaryof front' White City north to north line count Road JAS. E. INGRAHAM SrdVlce-Pre-Jdent. P1
c who remembered father many home folks to go. A glance at the town of Cocioa to Bonaventure.: This I road to Uletrlot.andto k-ep .all washouts. tilled. Distauca .
theJudge's be worked twice a)'ear.'ourteen (14)feet wide. about Its mile. '
that he of studious ships of the Clyde Line, as they glide; FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, \
was a man
say CONTRACT no. 9. Contract' No. 28.

habits. In spite of his bitter struggle gracefully from their docks beholder at Jackson Keeping. nppublli road from E M. Wlialey't Bids to open) county !road from William ST.AUGUSTIN'E. FLA.

d for life on the farm he read ville, will convince the that place to touch boundary of Cummlnsloner's. District laiilenon's place north to north line of Bth "
business la fine with this popular Steam. No 3, on Alerrltu Inland. TUN road to be toad District sal connection with county roadto 5
widely and deeply. lie was especially worked twl'je a year, nine(<) feet wide Port.Drum Rind to lio opened seven(T) feet. WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS I OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAG ::
t ship Company. Eaoh ship goes north wide\ with all roots and stumps carefully re-
fond of committing rare passages with full list of and we hear ROAD DISTRICT :NO 3. aoveil. Dl.tane&mllr. Halikroad. i I. part of 'Patented In all countries.. Only tackle ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use ''Jr18
l" a passengers county road from Fort Drum to the Steamboat
to memory, and every spare nothing but praheof- the Clyde Line I. CONTRACT :!fl). 10. Lauding on Taylors creek. block of the kind lu th 'world. Fit. by boat owners in the United States. Bolt

!i i moment found him poring over a Road from Baa Halite to 1'f good book. service. Road iron Eau!: xallia to 'ho.>tne to Iw mule asa ye4
I A trip to New York by the Clyde LineIs oeoomtelaM. road to be worked at leant, three. Rids ti>work county road from Jensen to Wawa Bearer. Useful, In 'any place where VOCATB: office, ,Titusville, Fla. II
: On his mother's side Judge Park. times a year Prom Hovlne to r>r..imiuon for one year Roan to be -worked twice a hoisting Is done. With theae blocks j) ant\
1 t derives New blood. a most delightful experience, for on Mound to be kept up as a fourth.clius, road, "..r. A II riiora to ba cut out and all waahouta ,
er good England e1Iotb&(8)( f1 wide. All ruts to be kept free of 'tiled and al1l\rtdg8llaad culverts to be kept in one man can do the work of two. ,
;4'j Ills white-haired mother who lives their floating palaces can be. found all roots and bruah. .;....(. safe 1't>,...lr. Distance about S'!I miles. "
Thousands sold in the north. Call THE ANHEUSER BUSCH ;
:'f', at Derby, Conn., is a woman of refinement the comforts of home; staterooms are OOHTBACT 111... 11. Contract No. 30. ,
and see them In working order at this ,
and tbelr tables
t 'i education and strong clean and airy are supplied Road from.Rait Oallle. to Melbourne to be keptin Bids to open new road from Jensen to Sprnre-
with tne best of everything: to eat. order. a ant-claee. road. blutt. Road to be opened eeveotTfeet wide/ with office or the store of Ja Pritchard A Asso's.ramou.
character. In the time she Brewing
summer all roots cud stumps carefully removed. Neither Son TitusTllle. e ,
spends the Judge's vacation with Special summer excursion tickets are CONTRACT .0.19.: bridire*. culverts or grading is Included. Distance .
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\' sale the low rate of $33 round Road from Malabar to Valkarla, to be kept In about 8 mild
!i' him She is member now on at St.Louis and Bottled
at Esopus. a order. a ftnt-c..... road.roNTRAcT. Keg

;; 'r of the Woman's Christian Temper. trip between Jacksonville and New York xo. 13. Call For Hids. Beer. e

Union. The sits before flrsb-olaas passage, meals and stateroom Road from Valkarla to Micoo to be kept up asa 0 10 >
II ,fi ance first-class toswi. \ Bold! b) Me.an.r.A.Loaleyf4>iII |
rl( Ilia mother while she solemnly lectures berth Included. This rate coupled with t'01fT..CT :!f". 14. O EAUED BIDS WILL BC RECEIVED BY THEunderelgned R.L.Jotlirw,TItuSTllle.rU. {
tbe elegant service or this popular line | up to)noon of Monilav Anc 1.
him on temperance and, being Road from Bebaatlan to aonth line of Com- 1904. for the erection of a tailor's hood as &By Mr.R.L.pIoUow,Cocoa,Tl.
an abstemious man, smiles and should induce the people of Florida to mlrtsloncr's Districta 3, to be kepi tp asflrstclaaa a per plan and speclHcatlona. on Ale at tbe office i
tile Clerk of the Clrrnlt
ot Court.
take :a trip>> and enjoy the Invigorating road. ZAPtf
promisee to be good. Her constant JOHN R. WALKER 1 JOSEPH
Him is him life, Riving ozone of Old Ocean. Chairman Beard Co. Con. p
to warn against am. '
Roseland to 1I1\1..I1..I-la..JuI1 1-&, 1H.
Road from Sebastian, and from '
bition. When the newspapers grow C. U. WALTON, gent Sebastian to Hall's Hammock.. All ruts to be I Sole Agent. V k?
Titusville Fla. .free from roots and grubs. AU .
too loud in his praise he is sure to to biiwmediately repaired.COXTRACT. JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at

get a letter from his mother ex- FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING SO 14. tbls office, at reasonable rate. Giveus 1 .fLORIDA. 61'to() 020( West Bay Street

hurting him to be humble. remember the ADYOCATB: office. Road on Merrills Island. Beginning, at north a share of.your work. oJ JACKSONVILLE, FLA-



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KAST COASlADVOCATK, JULY 15. 1904 '.: 5 .


.................................................... Melbourne.?'',* Eau Gallic. ;r GKORO MARX. JOUN MARX.
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=:Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK, SARA 1C C'. HOrJ3Bi>:*-PHYSICIAN: 4xu Sim-. .
Ihe pink paper of the Kaat Coast will be ..'".v. tan Oanfo riorloa.
******************** received at the Melbourne PoatofBoe. WHOLESALE GROCERS

RICHARD W O'oDII-Real: Xetsto. Notary A carload of fish was shipped from
Newsy Notes Contributed by Our Regular Public and c.'Io>n'.n..r. Agent for JKtnt this ;place last week.
Liverpool Mitt I nd..iuuidOk>t .,anil Hkftfont
Corp of East Coast COl'J'c: p'ondents. Fir Inmiranoo (::" "'I.nle.I1."IaI| attention The steamer Canaveral m.do her trial Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
paid to the IDMKMU ot non-nsltlents. trip on Saturday last.

.........................4..............4......441yvvVYYYVvvv HOTKI. )HKLLKVrK-Mt.tH| Florida. A S) K: Watts has,departed for a month's
Itwltlty winter renortonhlch.. pine lams *>vertonkin Vacation with his people tho north. Corner Day and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, KLA.
Indian Klvnr. futei: i J ami npwsnlpur
for a while and Miss Holmes will join .Ia,". 8x-oiul] rau>. pot we,k or M>nm>nWrite Ueo. Carter or','O8OrjZ1IIoII '1. now on

' yyyyy'vyyyyyy'EADTHE her mother la Lynchburg, V*, ..: for, It,rar W..."CamplMiil to JU.Ium, ,Proprietor.Miss K. M Csinpbeil.Jbtang.r I the work In which his father la engaged. WE CARRY AfFULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

LIST Mrs. N. Saunders has screened part of .
i I The colored school Is doing ...ellunder
her porch Mr. Brewer and Mr. Webster Mattie M. lloke Is still In Titus-. |I the) management; of Emma Bryant of PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

[And Send Us Your Order. being In charge of the work. vllle, vUItlng\ friend Ta mpzs. Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. '

Mesdames S. F. Webb ll.'W'. Richard Miss Kittle Martin is In Orlando visiting Mr. and Mrs. Christian will occupy the g.tyV solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable! ,

:Et.ym: and J. II. LeTourneau were calling on relative and friends. Him'(son cottage on their return from
Tibbahi friends last .
. Saturday Louis.W. -- -- - --
St. .
JUG Mini. Allle Nicholson la visiting her

DISTILLED.Per.0.1.IOPPKR ft es. The pineapple shipping is over for the friend, Mra. Chaa. 1) Provost, of Georgian T. Wells of Melbourne Is still sbl COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. COUNTY: SCHOOL BOARD, ,

llel\>ln. There will be small shipments *. ping: pInes from his plantation: on the -
' QUEEN CIlV .... ... S 00 TRADESPECIALTY right along, but the big harvest Is over. East ,
, tutY| SOUTH, ... .... 2 oLLTBDQE We are glad to have the Rev.! J. R. Side. (continued from Sib pngo.) (continued from $th I'alte.)
Mr. and Mra. H. W. Richards and sons Hawk and family buck In their Melbourne The launch Ripple'owne.1 by patties -.--- "-- -- --- -- -
.. .... ... A
a 00
came on from sod l
up Saturday .!Stuart
from St. Augustine .wa".on without Intercut
Hodgson'sways 13$, at their face value COI.OHKU HfllOOI.S .
EDIOREE .. .. .... 4 00 stayed until Sunday night with relatives. I
this week. and the collection of all aub.-omltted
Mr. Chas. T} McBride and son, Willie, Tllusvllle, !M. ,v. Uoss.Couoa .
JVERHOLT .. ... .... 4 M Miss Moilat Gary sustained somn severe left lint Saturday for a visit to relative. Parties are here every week looking taxes ou a valuation of f.Vi.OO) without ; Itlnclpul E. O. KolgbtiAe.lllt-;

4Lbuu.irx...,..... 400 bruises and a sprained ankle by a and friends in New>: York State. foihouses :notwithstanding the building Interest. ant, Laura III. St wart. .
I' fall from her horse, last Tuesday after. now going/ on. The Comptroller Is requested to allow Melbourne, Carrie A. Kerr.
Miss Jessie Uoode returned home on the redemption of all tax certifIcates ona. Mlms, Lotta II. Stephens.

1 MONET 002Et-3ST ? noon.We have been visited by several Monday after spending several pleasant A. H. Carter of Georgians returned part of Oelesplne Grant, '''C. 11, n. e. Eden Tlum. H. Itaed.Oenrglana .
I'J. reofre.blll" days at Palm Reach and Neptune. of Dolesplne Grant, arc. I 11 twp. ::4l.:
showers the week. On on Monday a. m. to resume work on bill Jot U. A I'owers.
S BACK Tuesday we bad a terrific past electric storm, Mrs.. Frank Robertson went to Rose- contract In Eau Gallle. south of range 34 e., At their' face value Ulrr"rd\ Jennie I... Ilolden.

.Fer.G but no damage; was done that vie have land l last Saturday to spend some time without Interest and the collection of all Eau Oallle, Emma I>. Bryant.

:IF GOODS X. C. WHITE.. ........$ t 6.5 heard of except that the telephone switchboard with her daughter, Mrs. O. S. Snedeker. The various buildings In course of sub.-omitted taxes on said' oerlllloates Fort Pierce, Annlo M.;Cannon,
erection are being pushed on to completion on a valuation! of tJO.OO.) \
WHITE BETTER ... .. 004 was burned out. Our"Hello boy" Mite Brocky Mlddleton a charming as fast as possible.Mr. The Comptroller la requested to allow TIle County Superintendent was uthorlmed -
DON'T however, was equal to the emergency young lady from Seabreeze la In Melbourne of all tax certificates, on to proceed Immediately and
WHITE FX1R!:. ...... .. .. 2 redemption
and had the wires In and the hitve the adillilon built to tho
soon order visiting her slater Mra. Carter. Ferguson and Dr. Floyd of Mel. Lot 11, block 1U, Tltusvtllu. necessary
?' SUIT.LAURELVULEY.. .... 3 004a grocery men were calling up their cus- bourne were In Eau Gallle In the launch .. 0 10 12 block 81 Jensen. school providing room for another -
Messrs. Claude Edge and John Shave ,
teacher. from '
as merrily as ever.VorkIng Hatsoo on Saturday last. patrons
All blk. :3 Titus. ad. to
drove down from Eau Uallie last Tuesday .. of Hhllob school tosshl the old build-

Night and Day. evening and called upon Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christian left for S. 'W.' blk" 1, .. .. Ing and build a new structure at A central -
: -WE HAVE OTUERS- friends. N. >*, (I. Rice's..
the Fair at St. I.BlII.oo Mondy.last\ to* and more convenient\ location was
The busiest and little Lot 100ft bile 1I.lUoe'. ad.
WRITE mightiest thing Dr. L A. Peek and R. be gone about time weeks. granted. "
US wife Mra. W. At their face value without Interest
that made Is Pr. New ,
ever was There being no further business' the
Life I'ills. These weakness Guodeand Miss JeiutleGiMido were among Mr. Harry Christian and Miss ClaudlllfoMlllao and to collect the subsequent-omitted
pile change Board adjourned to meet In regular session
the guests; nt the Shave Powell wedding I \ tax on said lots, on a valuation tJO.txi: ',
J. J. WILLIAMS I IlKilesHness luto energy brain-fag Into were quietly al the on Monday morning. Aug. 1, 1004.Attest. .
In EMU Gallle on Weduesday week. the
without Interest and to allow 1'0'
mental power. They're wonderful In Indian Hirer Inn on :Sunday heat J. M DIXON,
building the health. Only 25c Announcements were received this dem I"Ion of all tax certificates on lot 1 9, K.:
up per K. Chairman.
P. O. Box 401. box Sold by Red Crosa Pharmacy. week of the marriage of Miss| Claudia The wedding/ the. Me undid church block ito, Tltusvllle at their fitco value, Secretary. '

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. McMlllHn I to Harry Christian of EitnGallle. on Wednesday I of this week was one of with lui tivt This popular couple (has the swellest affairs of the season. taxes on suld loc.on A valuation
_ S young
YTYn"'YTTTTtuart. White City. the hearty congratulations\ of their Mel- Frank Turner has of *c 10.110.) > Night Win" Her''Terror. I
purchased a horse The fohiuteing hills were examined And
bouinu frtendM. and will go In'e the dillY business In KauGallle approved and wanants oidrrvd to .bdinwn .. "I would ooujjli, dearly nil nightlong"

Our Club la making arrangements for Mrs Claude Ueanje-tn and Miss Jessie If given sufficient. 1 patronage. for the same, title 6th day lf Juus writes Mrs. (]fluutS. Applftfate": of \. "-
: Incorporating. G S real estate the past week, Mis. Beaujean The steamer Spaitan returned t,<, KmGallle Wenersl """". sleup. I had consumption so bad. thatIf
Mr. Fliidtoy's little son, who was 111 purchasing another lot adjoining theone with a heavy tow of lumber on J R Walker, Co Com suit nillmiKS fIG I walked a block I ouM' cough fright
' lisa. Edith Kitchlog la visiting friendsSebastian. ,, for several days, la now.. Improving.. Kim owns nfl HtrawbrMve avenue, and Monday I last, for the E. O. L. A M. Co. .1 K. Ml.u, ... .S4t.lohn fully and spit buod. but when all other
{ ()L June*, to. \*> mi mellcinesfsilii'iI three 91 bottles of Dr.KIIlIf' .
Mla Goode lot Globs' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Olesen entertained few a un avenue. .
a Letters from J. A. Gilbert who I. .1 K Hell. to ::1'l sit
tie Danforth house-has closed for the select friends on Sunday afternoon. K A ('....kll"lC. to U: sn Ne'w I Discovery wholly cured me
slim' meting In New York State',announce A A $.. Dirt copying luliniteii,' ....., .. ... 8 IVIIt spilt I gained; ((18 pounds." Its absolutely -
|mer season. Miss Lizzie Bensan has been 'spending : O1iiiass>> bis early return to Florida the coming! I.. Osulilmi, Hitlury I'r... Ally..I M guaranteed t.o cure coughs colds I.-
c I fi: Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock visited a week with Mra. Christensen on the Cures a cold In 21 hours. Relieve fall Boa on. J Hllrowu J.lliir .... .... .... .. ....... 11"0 a itt grippe bronchitis and all throat and

.4 ....rllarrtaes(., at Tibbals Sunday. west aide.Several. oeuralgla rheumatism, bronchitisand Albert )filth III huts, set out Ills house :: :< w Jkuult4ur.lllniroii;,roCom'; < "!.'.'.''!'. : .' 4 iki lung/ trouble PilcoAOonnd\ 91. tllllm-
,I" ? lot all of A A Stewart .""' "11"*"......... ... ..... 841 ueWH 1'1" bottle fieo at lied Cross Pharmacy.
In citrus which looking
\., Irs. Kltcblng and daughter Florida o(our boys came up from Jansen headache. Comforting and curative. trees aie N.rw.wsl, H"K Olllver. .uuI pap.... ... VIVAKlwitrlo
l v Uod the Hudson's, at Tibbals Wed- on Saturday evening to spend Sunday Swift sure and safe. The best of all well. Mr. Matbls has one of the Unlit <.... .. .... ... US w --- ---_.---- -----_,_ '
with their friends. cold remedies, because the moat efficient.Opaao finest houses In town. A 1> IViinvy, ..lury county Ju ;,.. A.'Kfliwf, ferryinsn. .... .. ........ I'l onH. )
aidaY. had Rev. Van with la a small chocolate coated tab Services !St. John's Episcopal churchon HrrewlBr .... ..... ...... IO im) (turns that do nut reach this ottloe before .
two showers Sycklt again
1.: very heavy was us ; on let, and Is sold at :'So.! a box at Ked I Cross Mrs 10 I.y"n, psiiper........... .... lo DO
( accompanied by heavy windit9rms. Sunday visiting our Sunday school lathe Pharmacy. Sunday next at 111:31111.: ) in. and 7i: () ('Srrl" morning and preaching In the after. p. m. The Kev. U. F. Brown will hold Henry Howniun to... ............ IO inU

Irs. J. C. Rogera left on Wednesday noon. A MISTAKE.City the services. All Invited. Seats free. .1 I.ewii lUKlu', || ..::::::.:::::::: : OIl uo Dade aml For Bale. .
)OIW'nlnll. for his former home In New- The ADVoAATB: circulates quite large ),(r. and Mrs. C. J. Young burled their A ( nre. .". .'...............! Mm II OCI)

[eatle, Va. ly throughout this end of Brevard county youngest child on Sunday last. The Hall Wm AiHlnmmi T lm ilire, ." :.1.:::::::::::::: S 00Mr. ,-

J:% and Its rosy' hue la seen in moat of Point n...., July II, UMM.K'litor little girl has been under the dootoi'a! ....V. Ohn Michaels la planting two acre* of the ) ................ OOClou
pines on the land he recently purchased heroes.Mr. JKatt Count Adrocattt care for some time. The sympathies of Itonlium, ...... .......... 1..C Oil. southeast quarter of section 3, township -
the community are with the bereaved ... ........ .. S
Glutch.u. Christensen lost fine calf lx Krumer, 00 8 18 south of 41 vast close to
) $r. a Jersey Sir
f Dear :-Will you please state In range ;
pa.'cots. Mary lton"r. ........ ..... a 00Hnm
'| Orlffln will still continues to run last week It having been 111 for some your paper for the benefit of th citizens Young'/ to......... .. ..... A 01 O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on
time. Being unable to relieve its sufferings jf thin county, that through an error of It.' ....,... .'.... III 04).
l4 | meat market notwithstanding theUtpOrt Mr. Christensen killed It. Killing<< the Air Al'ber'tlxiw .. .. .... .:.. .. .. II) 'mHlohanl St Luole ltIer.IO; aorell.AI.o. .
the Executive and
that be had closed.Xhneipples County Committee II.a.l! 10 00
M. SuntoH-lnimout the airship Inventor the northeast of nortb-
Election of officers took place last oversight at Tallahassee Mr. K. U.Miinmerlla A. A. )Hiewurt miii Uor nub:::: :::.:::; ::: AIM) quarter
( are atlll being shipped Intarlot. received his commission as who la shortly to show tlui H C'. Ai>T"""r... rerpt Uiok tren<,..... .. n 'ml' east quarter of section 18, township 88,
week and Mr. Fripp was elected President ... .. ..
litc 4 VIK )
.. Chase & 10. <\ AnviHiAlK hliinkn iil rku
Harney are handling : Miss Jones Vice-president; Miss. Fish and Game Warden. After lettersof world his Intent iimrhlno In.theVontnstnt M T.' lot lumped envelopes .... .. .. 8' 4OKA south of range 41 east; on south fork of
,\b. (! bulk of the shipments.. Orrel} Investigation his commission ha been MrKov ... .... ... 4 AO
Secretary; and Miss Benson the world' fnlr rwi'iitly deMtrllHMlsome *iiiille : St. Luol River; ;; :
; :. ..
brew lIMOS anJ
recalled iintlll! my commission expires. It X W II Co bunks clerk' : VO
,,.-'tbe young people hive had several Treasurer. of bin ..:XJ>OI'| .... II WALTOW,
|pl "ant little d.uices lately which addiTOueh If the Executive Committee will referto I R W Hull uinn .ss to their enjoyment. the law-I think the Acts of 'Ii- lira graphic and thrilling enough to I A A "r..w.rt elk to 0(1 ot ... .. .. ...... ... T 711 Tltusvllle Fla.
Mf* f< Doctors Could Not Help Her. they will find that. the Fish and Game tucks ono believe that tho writer could John Henry "filii.. eo tress. .. ..... .. .. o'tn )P4
|' W. .1. Ives visitor A A guiwiirtolk tooo com... .... ..... ... TS Idcl
vMrs. was a pleasant "I had kidney trouble for years," Warden la to be recommended by the have made quite ns much of a KMCCPNH' I .. It It et .. .. .. ....... .. 44 4r
he.thla. week. Sho was a guest of the writes Mra. Conner of County Commissioners and not the J 15klpw.rIhinsanIty' case..... .. .... .. 1/11)/ BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER.
tfiart house during her stay here. Raymond Shelton Executive Committee. nt llcllunHI" lie has ut aerutitiitlcfl. Ills. (J "I'h.u" It It ............. I" 11I1
Wash., "and the doctors could not helpme. If citizen of this knows of first ascent WOol In a spherical\ bill loon. N 1II.'Untnn" .5 ....... .. TOO/ .
tQtus Bros and R. R. Rlcoo'are build I tried Poley'a Kidney Cure andI any county It (11'barnini'V nxlMJall. .. 8 70 I
logb dock and fish house. They expect am now cured. I cannot say to much anyone violating the Hah and game law In telling of It lio given mi experiencecommon J rrltulmril.:\ .k: rt
"..i shipping! dan by the 15th of Oct. for Foley' Kidney Cure." I[ shall be glad; to hear from them and to all bnlloonlnts-that of beholding lUmrt" Fund DU. No. I. July Rtb, and .be prepared to do all kindsof

For sale by Ked Cross Pharmacy.Georgiana. give It my prompt attention. .... O. fH a M.Co Inmlwr 6W! .. .. .. ...... 7,, 4,*
Very truly yours a roncuve rather than n con K. II. IWiyn niiid wurk ...... 1 13 (ISM work In this. line. Write me for estimates -
I FOI:;'" Kidney Cure. T. A. KoiiiNaoiT! vex fiirtli; M ri.h : .:::::: .::;::.."" JIM: on work. References If de-
J W Unban contract II ... ................. 100 on your .
Will Klah and Game Warden. Suddenly the wind censed.. The airarmed tired. Address
cure Brlght's Disease. load riiixl 1)1.l N. 2.
Will cure Diabetes. ---- --- motionless' around us. W. were J V PrvaMiuppllsoooniii. ........... 73 M 'TIIO. F. KKLLWr
Ill stone In the Bladder. off. going at the spooil of the air currentIn .1 iiHiium. roitil wcrk..3 24 ,
_ cure Miss Lily Carter and her father wentto 1'Jty Shown. whloli we now llv..l and moved. Indeed It III Allocli .. .. .... ...',......... toJofntts III' ,Box 2.TA: Kau Oallle Fla.
ill cure Kidney find Bladder disease "For fate after continuously fur u. thora wo no more wind. and nurveylnif. ,...,....... 10 IK)
''or sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. Eau Oallle on Sunday to attend quarterly "years writes F. A.was me Verbena this la the nrat great' fact of all spherical A M M..tlieramipi'llei, for couf":........... 41 M
t meeting services. ballooning. Infinitely. gentle Is, this unfelt Ito,," r..mIUle.! >>. 4. .
Jos. Paxton and J. K. Bottler Rock- Ala. "I had a terrible cane of piles caua- movement forward anti upward. The J WKnlithtrooil work ................. I. fit 15 POPULAR EXCURSION
lug 21 tumors. When all failed Bucken's
Eden. ledge, were Over on Tuesday morning Illusion 1. omplet; It seems not to b. Special Itoail rend. DIs. No. 2.

getting at Uncle.Hughles.Mra. i' Arnica Salve cured me. Equally: the balloon that moves, but the earth that K W Hall com Is tax> oul............. ..... Kl 7fl
.mangoes good for burns and all aches and unlns. sink clown and an.ay. N M fluli. road work. ...... ...... .... .. UK HI TO
C. D. Provost and her sister Miss Only 26o at lied Cross Pbaimacy. At the bottom of the abyss. which already 11'H M urml; .r rocS for roads ........ .. .> 1774A
i. C. Mast went to Boynton, last week, opened almost' a mil below u. the t* IHxon. ro,." work ............. .. 10 2. Ca. $4.00
Dora Breese were visiting Mrs. J. H. Augusta .
: g business. .arth. instead of appenrlnground like e special Itoail runil nle.No. II. ,
Bower and daughter Hattie last Wednesday I
In Hopkins of Ankona was down on FROM HOME TWENTY YEARS ball show concave like a bowl. by a paculler K W Mall oom .u Ux mil.. ..... .... ... .. 7300 Columbia S. C. 4.00
week. v phenomenon of refraction whoa N M 'I.h road work. .. .. .. ........ ." 10 :iJ :10 ,
a rda, eveningto vliit friends. Uncle Hunhle and nTnct Is to lift up constantly to the aero T )Hnoll sect eontrart ,.,, .. Hw' 00 AND
picked, shipped naut' eye. and circle of the hurlson. K C L.* 8 fo lunilier tor hrlilge.: ...: 3 9AHpenlul ) ) RETU1INFRIDAYJULY22
irs. F. O. Williams of Jacksonville, sold (Hi bushels of his fine mangoes last On June 14, the First Ratallon of the ltoa
I ere ou a visit to her parents.las Saturday. He has twelve large; trees, Hampshire Regiment of the British Army Ills account of an accident that TrtItI..r Int for (run fun.l. ....... ..... //1.1:11': 1 9O4.SOUTHERN .
and they are loaded with this' most delicious arrived at Southampton from service |10 thrtoatt'llfOd bill life furnishes aomvthliig IIWJI.lIl'nlll"staa",1 .... ...... 7.170fluntor ) VU
[ Florence Robinson is entertaln- of all tropical frulta. Somali land. This regiment has been Heo. Ilk pulil 1 fur mail work ,. 4.1..so' .
h school friend from New from home In of u psychological' ,. Yet just why A ,..\t..". mwlwnrk ........ ... !l no
Smyrna. Will Hall, wife and child who have away 1881 1. It embarked twenty at Gosport years.for Malta July a wan, looking In the face of almost 'r.1 iNmteiitMin. I. ............. ...... lIII oo RAILWAY.

.1 |ere will be services In the Congrenal been visiting.,; Mrs. Hall's grandparents from Malta It went to India and from; certnlp death should( .spend the time In K.I W. W.rraynor Curltnn i : : ::..:::;;::: :: :: in S 2A AO

g church next Sunday at 11 a. m. Mr. and Mra. Hlscock for several days, India to Burmah where It served for 1) t. Oiulilea rlblof way. ..... .. ./." :9M 00Oame
psychological studios be d08lDot ------- ---
left for their home In South Jacksonville Warden fund..
; three and then returned to India Vi I
5 Robinson went to White City on last Friday week, Early years lu 1INK1: It was ordered to Aden explain possibly because It' la the T A Robinson gains wanton ..>.<*....... 40 00 Le"ye Jacksoneihle..7 ::4. p. m.

Ion, to visit ber uncle last Tuesday. Miss Ruth Allen, who baa been visiting and thence to Homalllanil, where it saw psychologic moment. At any rate, the reading ",I"'II"r" rand. Arrive Columbia . .00 a. m.

John Miller returned on Monday bar grandmother Mnnson for several severe service. The section recently arrived description I I" lifelike: J. r. Itrown feeding prla .............. 0100 Arrive Augusta . .0:63 a. m.

Dg, from a visit to bar slater at Fort months, returned with her father, F.'C. at Southampton consisted of 181 I For th* moment I was sure that I was Hoard adJoul ned to meet July 29, 10OI, --. ---- -.,
Allen to. their home In Ooodalt. last men and 11 officers. Of Ibis number In the prmwic of death. Well, I will till at tt:10; a. m. Tickets limited three days In addition

t Thursday week. Her health was much only five were members of the regiment It frankly my sentiment was almost entirely --- to date of ..&Ie. good returning on last
gay cavalcade of fair equestrians Improved during her stay here. when It left England la 1881. The wan- that of waiting and expectation. train leaving Columbia and Augusta
t [ this place took. Jensen by storm derlngs of this regiment Indicate In some "What la coming next?" t thought. llrutully Tortured.A Monday July 2.1tb.
t uesday.I .' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barnett Mr. and measure the wide sweep of England'a "What am I going to ... and know In a
U Mra. Will Hall, Miss Mary Wlttfeld, Miss domain the vast territory to which the few minute? Whom hall 1 after Iam case cam to light that for persistent Further detailed l Information will beurnlshsd -
S. f. Webb baa a dinner party In Owen Mrs. Mrs. Carter and dvndT" and has application to .
Eva la unmerciful torture perhaps upon
familiar. Miami
English flag
ho otbernephew, Thomas E. lUcbon daughters. Bowerj,. Maggie: and Metropolis. Th. thought that I would be m. tlnmy ., never been equaled. Joe Oolobiok ofVolu.a JC.LUSIC.fistrlnt :.
L ar the 10th Inst. and ___ _ father In a few minutes thrilled me.
Rosa and Masters Clayton ...... I think that In such moments Cal., writes: For 13 years I endured I Pssneuger Agent,
f1 F. B. Arnold and Miss Alice Willie and Drew Barnett. F. C. Insufferable from rheum
Carter SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES there I. no room for either rrirrrt or ter palo KM West Bay St., Jncksonvllle FU.
Holaaes passed through here. on Saturday Allen J. B. Bower and .e"eralotber. rot The mind I* tod full of looking for. tlsm and nothing relieved me though I ---
north ward bound. Miss Arnold were very welcome callers at Uncle and Hetvreen tfackiionvllle atidNew ward. On* I. frl<<-htqned only ...i long a* tried everything known. I cam across

.1o Nashville and Gallatin Tenn.. Auntie Hughes' last week. one atlll ha. a chance. Eleotrlo Hitters and Its tbe Jer.ate.t med.

A/ u u ...n C : York. From all of which It would appear\ Iclne) pn earth for that trouble A few
bottles relieved and curedme

Ajr*********************************************** On and"after June-I tQ0.4 and until that those air who contemplate going up ," Joel aa good for liver and kidney Y0JI
4( In the In ships should prepare for a trouble and general debility.! Only COcHstlsfiurtlon )

Fire Insurance I St. 3 withdrawn, the "Clyde Line" will sell choice tiiucb of nHatlons. It U a guaranteed at Ked (',oe.

Irat-claaa tickets, Jacksonville to New fa untlnjj! prospect that of riding\ the Pharmacy, Tlttiselhie.TITUSVILLE'S. sg:

York and return, meals and berth 'included wind 'but not without Its drawbacks. 'ON! YouiT
,- If Tour House Goes Up In Smoke and
at tJ.: These tickets will be The Idea of fulling a mile or two I* not TRAINS.

_ _ you loose everything It Is jour own good on any ship and will be limited for alluring. ICE BILL
sufficientfo -
return passage to (September !'i. IJXM, ,
__ cover the value of the property cod. C'.rh.ll. The following are the time of arrha'i _
__ and la no case will the limit be extend Acid !. Warfare.Aciong sod trains A.
departure: of j tn-LL:1r4a
household effects should be carried. ed beyond this time. Early application the supplies that are being from Tltusvllle: passenger

Rates are not tigb. The companies will secure choice of stateroom accommodation affe (fril by the Insao-Japan, war Is I

we represent are solvent, reliable and J *. In writing, please give cart llc .<*!, ,nys the 8lngnix soa'gsOcD.besvei7lseillsfoMlaaulaad. I WLN IC'EPADIhrrf
h; names of all parties If more than one, Isi aGO P DI
,_ __ liberal. All Claims promptly paid. Btrn'M I TInw That popular nervesearlfler cooler
Writ as for rates on your property. -* aDd age of children If an,. Children I I. not however, in such great Intenocdlat points I 14 M p seasv.T1tsjfoJseksesvlil (>roviMous,

m. Don't neglect to take out a policy. J between No charge ages: for of children ft and 12:under years ft,.half years fare.of demand for lied Cross porpo but I KOBTHBOfmD. II Ice cleat clgoucr.e !' .

& Wilson 2 do for tn# manufacture of explosive ( ':12 5.mdlnt.rau.dlst.polntsa DI bovKUl nl}
Schuyler age provided they not occupy accommodations J for to o<)*
to the exclusion of others.C. Lydditeaiwl melinite are both manufactured ) I:IJ p. WAImN.TrflX3'1U-
:; II. WALTON, Agent from pirrfe acM. anti picric .. 'l'JttlevUIe,01' a4nfoTd 1 lIS a.is

***** ****** ** *** *** ****** ** ****** ******* **** TitasvlUe. Fla acid U merely a form Of carbolic add. arrlvTltuavlU from Sanford 12t.u Po-

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end. It was made of,ordinary boards.
Florida Coast
The runners are 2 by (Ts, the crosspieces Ry.

2 by 4's and ,the upright :2 Sy t

4'11. The roof Is ordinary one ,foot Ti.1E
LOCAL CARD No.56. In Effect June
boards, with battens, and the rear tbe 4,19

same. Tbe shed should be placed so +
that the rear point toward tbe sooth ..vim rw -

Thin furnishes much relief .to animals W ryf} .. ...19 1 1 STATION. I No.98
during the heat of the day. ( Dawn I Th.4l*. I DallyT5JT4. 11

-rOO- inaitr ...... acItNU.'r -
vi O' alia 1........... .::..M..........&0 Jaoksonvtjl) ;.....................LvlUMa 8 484 :
The Trolljr Csirrl Faro Prod.e.. ........ ............. .Bt.Aiirustln. ... ......... .. .... ... urea ''
Rockford 111.-Farmers in northeastern I H U8i',........:................... Hastings.,..............,.......... 0 Ma .
Illinois and the adjoining section uiai .... ...;.. ............ .:B. l-alaua............... .. ..... .... '

In Wisconsin are making use of 1110 pAr ..........................palatlta..Ly.
OrangesThe the electric roads to ship live stockbutter i # i; Mp 11161\ LY ................ ... .....Palatka.. .I.................Ar 7 =MaM

a and eggs, vegetables and other iOMB IMP /l.t .............. ...."......Ban Mateo .........................Lv -. ... I
;p qualityand ( Y t ,.. ...... ... .... ..
flavor of the fruit depends upon products direct from their own farmsto A qNcF? 8't a Lr .......... ..... Ban ita"'o..... J. Ar TMa I II t,

& the Chicago market They have sidetracks M Lr ... .. ....... .......... Neo".L' -I-Ma
u / .:: ... .......Y..... ................ 1
................ ........ .IIQ8n..l. 6 tIIa ,
PotashOranget on which to load cars and these r n FP p ........_..... ....... .Dupont "..,.......... ............. 1 811 a .
:1 I cars are then run on to the main lines p .....................'.....:.Ormond..........-'............... ... I eT a I r
Of i"? ............ ......... ,.,.... Ilia .
and It Is p
to destination.
through 1. t rr 10 ..................... ...... I
:(, absorb large quantities of claimed that this Is much cheaper than "ry Up........................... a I L;
N Potash and the orchard should be replenished QS p ............................ 6jJa 1 1
by a complete fertilizer rich driving to market with teams. Rockford fd fa,7I' e4 ................._........... 1
''k In also In the center of several inter- I W lOll' ..... ........." ...........Daytona..4. : .:. 515, L4iii
Potash. :......_.........:.......... i'Ja
Soil culmrei.,a eclenti6e prnbfnm. Our hook.I urban lines, and trolley transportation It.. ........................ ... 1.1:
I former lull detail will bw nmUttd. fmt to any for farm produce has become very 1 JlIII ::081' ............... :: N a
I who' writm for thnm.w 4* ........................... si ilia 1
aL1lMwea': ns VN popular among the farmers' this aE'a.Ion. \'I ee. 140 p p ."..................... ......Ht. Lu.-U................ ............... I' tea II)0
.w V.rk-".> >....<> MIHWI.' .... .... In the pressure of farm work I' ........................... Ft. rtaro.._.......................... .n M p II
/ Alraata.aY W4 M Ilro.4 1 'n P .................... .......... .Tlbhals...........__................ 1 16 .
,,4 !, and scarcity of help It Is a saving of Tri-WeoJcly Sailings 1 :11M I I' ................................Kd.n................................. P r i
the time and labor of men and teams . .0 p ,.:............................ t i0 p I
P ,...........................,.... t 1 051' i
'I'I: WATER PURIFICATION. and In other ways a great convenience I. ........................... 3ep
for farmers to take themselves and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK 847 f.I 0 p .Jensen:: .............._,......... l p leI' i r
r 1 416 p .. .aoh ........................., /91 p e
k A Safe and ISIIIrlent Drmtrorrr. ofAlarne their produce to town In this expeditious n.............................. 110p 1' I
!II 53 .fep .:. .... ..... ........ .. ..... .... .
n nil 'l>pUolil Oerma. and easy fashion. As, a consequence Calling at Charleston S. C. both ways) ....... l T. .. .. ._... 18'1'
1 B 50 lOt I' .. ................1. ......FE. L audntale.i.......,................ .... 8 01 p'' e
Bj B. Kl.NJAMIN. Jr bujldlng)] up of the farm a 110 I Up..:..... .... .. ....:. ........ Hallandala.. ............,...." ......." 93 p e
,; III, Washington. Aside from water pol trade In this and other places which The .Finest Steamships in the Coastwise 8.. tip .... .. _... .Lemon City....................... .. f lap
fl lutlon duo to germ which give rlwt 'toI are trolley centers la evident. Service 700 I IIIpAr,........:. .:.:'.:....,:. :, .Miami.......... .. ..............."L.. OOp ,, j

typhoid; and other tsorloua diseases, sclentlsta I The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .
I ( rt.'o ulze water contamination! Opaac Direct Service Between

7 which, without being tohealth. Boston Providence and all Eastern Points STATION No.12Dally a STATIONS.ssryn
duiigvroui Cures a cold In :2i hours A modern Jacksonville Dally ( Pally I Dill I Dally DT

11 renders the water offputilva In remedy for la grippe Influenza coughs, (Calling at Charleston, S, C., both way) OS a Lv........ Tltu.vin..Ar It Mp Hop lOIOaLT. .N. 8 l odor and ta.tlnd unfit for use. In colds bronchitis More throat neuralgia S ta a LT........... Oet.en..Ar II IJaII S Np 1111a L.. Luke Helen ..ArII 1 lOp I

many cuee"; troubles In water supplied Rod ibeumatlsm. Purely vegetable easy Southbound..................y. ..BKMI-WEEKLY... .. ..... ,, ,.., .BAILINGS_. ... ..... .from Lewis Wharf Boston S M a. tv..........,....,...Bnl aaaford rprls ................Lv.ArW 0alOaOa iup IMP 114AaAr sea Lv.Orancca Or. Clty.Ar Jo. .Lv f Mp I
S Ar It
are prodiictfV by algue or vegetable and pleasant to take all! never fails to Northbound.. ........'...,... ....... .... ..............from toot of Catherln. Street Jacksonville a .u. City hip i

irrowtlm, nod not by injurious bacteria. give quick relief No. tS Tn..23 i NoT Na. 10Dally Ma. tlMATPOBT Ns IF No.,SODally a 24 h
Opaao Is a small chocolate coated tablet Bat and I( Dally Dally (sat
Johns Line.
St. River I
Knell nnnoyunce lir connoctlon with water Clyde Dally, (except Dally tzmpt Dally Dally
and is sold at 2;>o a box.at Red Crotw Sunday BRANOB. Lena
'd Sunday flond'y
( supplies In wUloMprcad. Among the Tltusvllle. .
(Denary )
complaint oftuueat! heard are that tbe A 4e p 400 p 1 00 p S 90sMa L.l.oltllOD..A. 7 OOs 8 to a 100 p/ Mp I
water bad diets and odor that BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 1 p U p 4 63 p 1 03 p O I So.jMisonvllU 0 S5 a 8 Ma 1 P I
; New Orsrunlantlon of C'nttle Growers.Denver.The Stopping at hl..t ,-Mtor, St. Francis Berasford(Leland),andintermedlatefaod- l0 80 p 7 54 p 8 30 p 1 40 p 100 a. Pablo Bea..h.. 0 90 a 8 00 a 03 P 18 : I
H tastes and Hindu like rotten wood O 6 19 140 19 HatUMjl .,UlanetoJleach S Ua M U
; organization effected Inns on tbe Ht.John's Klver. ) 3i( p If p p p T la p S 66 p
that tbe water In iiiunty' ; that there In 3O D tip 500p 1 00 p Ar. May port J/v 100 a T Ma 00 D lop I
here at a convention of cattle raisers
4 believed to be 'lec-oiupoHlnit nu!. representing interests! west of the Missouri b appointed to sail as follow: Leave Jacksonville, Sundays, Tue .fo>ys and Thursdays, 8:30 p.m PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
mal body in it or dead flxli. Hoiuetliue! Returning, leave Sanford Mondavs', Wednesdays and Vrlilays V:3U a. m. ,
river bus resulted in
\ already a ,
44, ,, t water so affected becomes no repulsive better attitude of the railroads toward S..th-ii"ull.. 8CHEDCLK. North-Bouuit' Read CLOJt CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP' Of THK ,P. 0. S. 8. COMPANY FO
that neither horses' nor dogs will driulc Brno. down up. .
I shipper. The holding of tbe convention .....ve a alt p. lit ... ... ... .. ..... ..... .,Jack.'vlII.. .... .. ........ ,...-... Arr ve II 00.. w. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
It. In Bonif casow water will be very was brought about by cattlemenwho leave S 43 p. m. .............. ........ ..&I..tk. .... ... .. ... ............ Leave 8 CO p. m.
foul for six to eight!, weeks during the Leave SOOa.m. ....... ...n. ... .. . 'st..r ..... .. .. ....... ." Leave 21101". m.
wished to form an organization Independent Leave 4 30.. m. ........... ,..... .8t. Frallcl. .. ....... ..,........ Leave. 100 P mLe.e Th .. Tim Tabled how. the time at which train be azneeted
I bolt i i-t part of Buiumvr, lit others the of the National Live Stock ". ... ......... ....lrere.lurd (U..Land) .. .. ....... ...... Leave. 111 ()t11.OOOD. from- th. Several tatlon. but their arrival or departure at may the times tau'to t i.arrive and d.,
( < not
apt, i. i :'lerlod\ of Punk odor und tiiMtuiuy .Arrive 8 ao a. m .............. ... .... Sanford .Leave.. 911I1 a. to.. doe. the hold Utolf for fnaran1
oc .it duriiiK the autumn. In others nsHoclntlon. The rattle growers' Intl'r.l.Autv.l0:00a.m: ,. .. ....... ...............Enler'>rl......... .. ...... ....., .. .a..e...,. 100010. m. Cron.nor ,. Company responsible- any delay or any eoncrquencoarliinir th
state executive committee was organized '
; IH lUud nil tbe mutter. I ,cen'l and Tloket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. '
nflil I it a year \ I'' Passenger ,
with V. W. Turiiey, Texas, chair LoOA.'L
of -, Tor: Copy of tba : TIMB OA.BD or Other Informa.tloa8KK
t lyecrttxlty) finding some man; William A. Harrln, Kansas, vice f'. M. I RONMONOKR Hi.. Aiflt. Jnn.t'aes. ARC. 204( Went Kay Jacksonville. Fla.
.-cheap nietliud of preventing or remov chairman Fred P. Johnson Denver I W. O.COOPBa Jr., Local i're.Age. Jacksonville. O T. 4)VELL, aUI'erlotlndent) Jacksonville. THE TJOKET AGENT.
( bmlaflrit ; Foot Hogan St..Jaoksonvlllf.>. Fla.A. .
coiitamlnatiou of
Jog algae crone secretary. I .O. HAGBRTV Oen'I Kast'n P..... Ant. New York CLYDE!! MILXR,Don. Frt. Aft.,New York. t J. D. RAHNER, Asat. Gon. Pas. Agent., ST. A'tTG'tTS'l'Il"l'E. :pta
t led the bureau of plant Industry to THRO. O. KOKK, General Maiuwer. Win. t' OLVItK: CO.: General AgentsChesekrougli .
investigate methods<< of nucurlna purlll- Rio. Dypradaeta. Hnlldlntc. ft State St., Opposite Battery Park New York." .-; ,. ,-

cation of water. Rice hulls are so woody tbat they are O. II. WAL.TOX. Agent Tltuxvllle. Fla.
Dr. Moore and Mr. Kellerman."wtio I''-- -- ------- -
not useful for feeding purposes exceptIn t 'ir-VC
j have boon engaged in thin re. period of Brent scarcity of coarse r : 9011. NOT YORK!
.. search have found that it in entirely provender. Rice bran composed of tho H ..' Ji2l

it practicable: to cheaply and quickly' destroy outside<< of 'the rice grain and more or Atlantic Coast Line R'y. f-3T tvR / """"!/

objectionable algae in' small less of the germ is of moderate feeding --;! ADO

t lakes, pondM, storage reservoirs and value for dairy cows and pigs. Rice fflT* Cy//C4t
other similar bodies of Water by the polish, a dust-like powder, is rich in \\ "
Car Line from Florida.
The Great Through E
( i use of extremely dilute solutions of : nutritive elements and very valuable .

copper sulphate or of metallic copper. I for feeding vows pigs, etc. It is rich In c
The tact that an extremely dilute solution both nitrogen And phosphoric acid nnd
ft ((1 to 100.UOO( ) will also destroythe hence a valuable manure results from Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington thencevia LOUIS OiYn
the Railroad .
most virulent typhoid and cholera lining this feed.-W. A. henry .

t bacteria at ordinary temperatures In, 1'1..... and !lot... TO THK WEST. O /Y tKl
three hours In. of great importance and LOU
I Profit !In poultry on a side issue is The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. Th Mobile & Ohio R. R.
significance. Solutions of copper a.i' .
Illustrated by the statement that the /Tf/tCMJ
dilute' as thin are not considered Injurious -
bulk of the egga, 75 per cent of tbe TO THE EAST VIA STBAAISIIIINHa c/ry e
to man or other' uulmaja. It
Is stated by Wean liivetitlgators, however whole amount comes'from. small flocks Savannah and Ooean Steamship Compinv, for New York Phlladeldhla, Bos
1 owned by wage en rlwr ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa
i I !In the, report upon their work for Baltimore CTTf
and Miners'
Comparatively few of those who pay vanoah and Merchants' Tranaporttalon Company
l t, that tbe use of copper sulphate forUM and I'hlladelphla.TO 4
visits to the and the .
disease dally grocer market -
i prevention of Is regardedas
Incidental anti la not designed in man realize that 12,000,000 farmers LPffjH
are engaged supplying the other 70.'. KEY WEST ANI HAVANA.Via .
\ r any way to supplant efficient preventive
j 000.000 people of tbe United States with Peninsular Occidental Steamship Company.
: d measures DOW In use. It Is believed _
however that up to this time no food. '44lXs ,
Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points COLUJw"Asrl
such satisfactory menus of thoroughly Holier suggests $200 as a conservative -
estimate of the value of the manure .
rapidly and cheupiy sterilizing a reservoir e
have been known since the copper produced during seven winter MILEAGE TICKETS. $

y sulphate Is fatal to pathogenic mouths on a ,small farm carrying four Interchangeable mileage tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of amoni the principal jsLhi[

forms peculiar to water while beueii- hone, twenty cows, fifty sheep and railroads In the southern states are on ale. by the principal agents.. Foes

dial bacterln are not affected by It. ten bogs.SUPPO'RT! For reservations and Information apply to agents bf the A. C. L., or write 1NA

J It is unfortunate for the general public FRANK O. HOYLSTOV, CommeroUl Ant.; W. I D. STARK Tra
that these authorities Bud !It necessary 138: Went Bay tit., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
to empbusUe the statement that H. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. \V. J. CRAIG, Oea'i. Pass. Agent.

i "no rule for determining the amount WILMINGTON. N. C. 'K

of copper sulphate to be added can be .
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I / given. Each body of water must be I ToRAIL'W'

;', i ditions.treated .In the light of. its. special con SE.A.B: c>.A..R.I> ,aaNnLUASHINGTON

'' Definite knowledge In regard to what scorrs EMULSION saws as abras. %'/ NEW YORK ASHVILLE. and

organisms are present the constitution t<* carry the weakened and AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR : and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. N. C

) of the water !its temperature and tUrvtd system along until It un PAd I

( other Important facts are considered firm support In ordinary food. CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND.OF THE SKY"

> necessary the proper before amount!It la possible of copper to determine sulphate Sand for foe_pie.SCOTT The NORTH and WEST... Ii "The Sapphire Country."

to be added. A microscopical 409-41) l'urI8t..t.A BOW19E.' ChsmUts Nsw,York. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN\ SOUTHERN PIES, RICHMOND, N._... D.n Dt.Ian c..

examination thus becomes as Important SUCT and f'.-( all druggUu. Pullmain CmrmOn "__'
All Tr.im..
as a bacteriological or chemical J T>a. .*...

analysis! I I .nuTh1l.RN: RAILWAT. M. P. CART cu.. P.rr..r Af. lO
It Is stated that the cost of materialfor I Two Elegant Trains Dally lOt W Bay Street. Jirs.n.ill. ""'"

exterminating algae will not exceed : DIXIE FLYER Seaboard I Seaboard I I A T'tIe.. ". T M_ Wuhiniwit D. C. t. H. rUavcnca. O.f.W .n. ..-....- C I
CO to HO rents per million gallons, Express, Mail., .. H Tarve-. A. Q. P. A, Atf..... Oa. I

and will'usually be less. The destruction MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT -.. I
t I of pnthonenle bacteria requires an '
i expenditure of from $5: to $8 per mil ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers .lacknonvllle to New Orleans. ,- -- - -- =1

i lion gallons, not including tbe cost off (

: '' I labor.. __ Nashville Chattahooga & St. Louis Ry For.full Information and sleeper reservations cull on any Agent MalloryLines

11._.. Slicil For I.... Stock. Seaboardor writeA. ,
Western and AUantb I R R
i( The accompanying; Illustration, occur- O. MAtDONELL; \est. Gen. I'BBS. Agt. S, C. BOY T.STON, Pass. Agt. _

rlaat in Uraiign Judd Farmer, shows ncbevp JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

; shed for the !stock to be used DAYLIGHT RIDE TlinOUOH ...---' __ -_ __ _______ n --. -- SPECIAL PASS EN GER..EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

.. OFTEt'iNE8SEE SO YEARS anti most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships od the coast


I 27.oO f 0.J5( :, Regular 15 days; $Season i3.90,19): > Ticket.) days; are t e most fatal of all! dis BDlp8, aa no tickets will be sold to exceed the number ber

.;.- ......:. eases. (]r tbe seating capacity of Dining! flails, thus insuring all passengers Intlinerrlce


In lots during the very hot summer fOLEY'S LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDA .j
Lcava Jacksonville, via r.8. F.. f M a tft.Lea. i 6uarantnd Rtoed r AC.
wewher. It Is constructed' on runners Anvonaamiitlns a sketrh.nil doaortptlnn mar (See Schedule of Ships In Florida
Jacksonville via A.C.I. ,s:K)0) p. m. ...raln: our opinion Me wbetbvr an Times-Union. )
so that it can be moved from one lotto h..f..n Spn.haby"" '

another without any trouble. The SHORTEST anti QUICKEST ROUTE. or money refunded. Contains sent tli +I ; Illustration Is not correct lu that the P taken ibrouah Munn Ga raoalv
remedies eminent .. Including delightful DAYLIGHT
SUPERB EQUIPMENT.! recognized by el> kM.otkgwahooiabar.iolb. .AIL. through the
S shed is floored. This of be
course can
dune and In some cases may be dealr- THROUGH SLEET'ERS physicians as the best for : SclcnnncIT.rICan.A FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

: aLAs, but ordinary earth Is the best Kidney and Bladder troubles. I II srnct rtr.T ''
bottom tor E. J. WALKER, Fla. Paw Agt I enlaUuit o( any ivMnuaaKV..f '''nraal .mi.. M Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regardful'ractions
\ an)thing of this kind. '. PRICK 5Oc. aDd $toOl. i ??'montha/L *>M kyal tiswsrt rtara l offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, ticked, etc.. apply
j The shed U. six feet high at the In- Florid Passenger Agent !" &

closed end and seven feet at the door Jacksonville, Fix -j::!;'7-! Iced Cross IMmrinncr. I MJNNmncli"> Cn.3aID..d..7.NewYork: iRTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West 'Bay Sreet, Jacksoniille, Flout



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.____ fcAST COAST.ADVOCATE.?: \; JUIV ,15 1904. h. ,{ 1TITUSVILLE.

I -. "' ,:",' I .J < ,t{ NEW YOKK "'' '
\\t Grenlaer. .. .. .....
,< NATURE STUDYi\. I Tl>. TaU .t. ., ,
For ql1t-k: effwk before permanentclImlxTs '
)w.UJil. : Sembler Ks..Ult. war In Whir Fl..*r.r. U" anlf,1 obis. ni! In covering. }
ptfl. :"r Cottage .
... ..... .
a, UF, .,'> Are Packed In'" thwJBuU. till r"nndstlou'tltthIe, of a house or the Hotel Marlborough
T1TUSVILLE. .. Have you ever noticed the wonderful l In ttl"H beneath ptacMm. the tall growing ,
In dowers are
manner \hloh embryo ; I irletlew<< of mwtiirtlunis prove es
cur.', pacltcd In the bud If you should take Ct't'll l 'iejr! witlsfrtrtory. They afford the" Broadway :irtth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. ,. ,,'

Open All the Year. up the study of the opening flowers hnml It'.eat. of color effects with their 400 Room 300()( bath room Lighted entirely! with, electric\ llchU. Cooduotod '
e fl ;..tiF' and leaves thin spring you would find! brilliant: bloom and clean attractive on American and European plans and la managed under) the persona I
'I a Good BONd and Attention. It a most fttaclimUui! pursuit' with foliage nat few things! are easier to supervision of the owner., '
r ; Reasonable Rate something beautiful and curious revealing I grow/ or !lees. particular lilt to loll.I E: S. CROWKLL: Manager.ICIAMKS1IA .

Ae a E Itself every day to your newly .. .. .. ., .., .
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i' Two door.' from F. E. C. Railway aroused perceptlgurt. And the beat of torlv> of Ar *mii. A\i>.... ,
a thin line of nature study Is that It la When Artcuiua Wartl's& buwlueim, / .., ins a- ; ( LAIC;:, N.Y. '
II St".tlon. Tltutvllle. easy for even the buwlest person to Indulge alter once asked him 1I1>\>ut his Pwrltnnlc f
4011's a la 1t. Once make a beginning, origin,; hev "... ,)IIt l.I. "I think we "

MRS. A. J. SEMBLER 1. oprketrees.E. and you> will find the opportunities for came from Jerusalem! for my father's '
tbla simple and delightful diversion name seta Levi, ), and we had H Moses KI b I I11nKAMESIIA, LAKE .
$11u coming constantly; to you In your ordinary -I and a Nathan In, the family but my lameS a COUN?; ",' \

E C. HOUSE and RESTAURANT TITU3PFLORIDA. routine of life poor brother's name was Cyrus so NEW YORKetI
Embryo flowers are dlxnoHed In the perhaps that milk.III 1'ernliitiH.' ** ) }
1 117a ttThis
bud in various way*. The wood sorrel I When the humortfit began hU. lecture 'I"

EUROPEAN PLAN Is rolled Into a spiral ro..o petals be would sometimes describe It by "New Ilooiklodgo" of the North nestles the mountains by yhe \ ;
11 UJ are placed one within the other, the saying "One .of the features" of my ,
net] pink- Is folded In five illvlnlons' and eutortaliunrnt I I.* that It contains m> side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea. level. ",
UK,] Call for what want and
for what We hand
you pay you get. keep on
10 UJl others are plult >d and Hutml Into the many things that don't have anything. 1
4.1in l the best of food that money can buy, and feed our patrons with same.. mnllest possible wpiice. Perhaps of nil to do with It." and In the middle of Kxqulslte climate All modern convenience. Large airy rooms.
I,a No beautiful Sunrise for "breakfsat" nor Fine Scenery with Bouquet oUlen.tbe bud of the /great oriental bin lecture he 'ouhliltop and say: Tenn
,,a a.. for "dinner. nor Mud* Baths for "supper1' and a glass of salt water to wash Poppy la' the bent example of exqufeltepacking. Owing to n slight In.lhpolltlon. we Bow Hug Alleys, <.', and "4... 'I

( your meal'down. You get all this free. We charge for what you eat, no Early on a summer' morning will now have an 'Intermission of fifteen :' ",':.'
iutuJ>, more. Don't confound this place with the "Indian River Adobe House." you billY see Its huge green hairy minutes.. Most. rouaonablo rates, ;(", /: \
*,] We treat all alike, Tourists or Rlverltes. '1. per day.C. bud at the end of a stem several feet The iiiullence would begin to feel t' vt' o t
IN, uncomfortable at the thought of starIng :""II.' It. $iIARES Proprietor.
e*" ..
for that time, when. <
IK.. COLLINS Proprietor. tit vncnicy \\
t asI .. rubbing his. hands the lecturer would ,. .--
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JACKSONVILLE. continue "But ah-I will occupy the JHtY'N AIAwIt ,I-A. _
r ? Intermlsulon by telllnn. 1\\ few storlea.It ." __!_ --
'TGIAMI. III mild that even bin business let- '\. .
tern were eccentric and that once In
TI writing to' publisher who had made MAWK; '
'I III,, ; some nltern Ions In hn! manuscript he The Bryn Mawr Hotel'II1tYN ;
( ': \ said. "Ttie. next book I write I'm going

Ia t. j to get you to write"rving'a .
ilj ;
"Seta" ? f.. '
relay, It ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) .
..!!!!"l. f' Opposite po tomce., Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired',.and reI' -' ," [ IJticliu Wafers.

: I. :I \ ,' .s:. kC;- Cure saaMIng 'urine, lincknche, rheu- .

lilt novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted.,. ?. .. ft.:t 1ONPOLDING matUni, nervoiisofSH, l lose, of flesh, soda OPEN::' .MTXR TO OOTOIlKlt. For terms. eta, address, '
=II" \ In the urine renal calculi diabetes 1
. ..!!! meat '
Rates $2.50 per day and up. .. sail all kidney troubles, Including t

Bilglit': dl..",,,... They are purely a .
B. W. ,
SPERRY Proprietor.
f FOI 'I' vetabl onm pound and sol directly on the
weakened tissues Rod blood vessels of .
.. 0
the kidney and urinary organs. Sold at BRYN JIAWH .. PENN.
duo a box by Red I/'IOMS riiainmroy. 1

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It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.00 per day and upwards. X.BAVE8.la : .
The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put In frit-cla.e condition. length, and while you are lodklng
When finished it will be second to none In the city. New e.evator and the sepals or calyx leaves suddenly divide '.
'. new plumbing is being Installed. New and large sample room being added. and full off, the .mass of vivid, e ,
Rooms with bath, from May lit to Not lat, $3 per day scarlet petals crumbled Into a thousand THE .
flf folds,' and be.. I
begins to open out .. ,
fore long the glorious (lower, which 'In ,, ,,'
? TM OR ELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE often as much as seven Inches"" across. ,+." \", ,, ., *\ < ,' ii '"":,",,">", I.
FLA. I '{.1'/i! .
hohhi Itself mnjeKtlc bt'a uty i
ayou L Those who possess n tulip tree will ".
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened find Us opening buds' reward tixumlna-, r .P

140 this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water tlon. The leaves are folded In- bull and '
bent double a pair of Htrlpuleit Inclosing -

- ( Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All ench of the true leaved. One may
unpack the entire bud until w4 come
street oars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.fiO per day. to leaven. almost too minute, to be discerned.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Young sycamore trees often have
buds of large size and brlllliint color.
The foldings of their leaves are very
t ie New .Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. Intricate and form an Interesting/ contrast
s to those of the tulip tree {tart's

-On the American and European Plan- tongue fern arum and pear leaves afford .
three very remarkable mode of
Under new management. Newly furnished and renpvated. A pleasant folding In the bud. The frond of the .f4 e r. e ee

family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00: and $2.50; European,' /BOcU hart's tongue IK. rolled up from the tip,

and. up. All oars form Union Station stop at the door. the arum gracefully curled Icngthwlne.,

rE II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.he Pear leaves are rolled from side to side
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs Is under the, toward the middle. \''
same management. T

a,C, Th. B.v.n A ice. of a Tr...
A very practical way of classifyingtrees
*Cor. Main and Adams Streets, according" to slue Is the following:
ew Young trees which have not yet reached -
\ JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a height!; of three feet are needling, A NEW INVENTION. Recently Patented all Over .the World

JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTEL<: -, They are called needling In spite of
the tact that any tree of whatever age, The Walton. .
Everything new; centrally.located; elegant suites with private baths. r
Rates: American $2 to tJj: ; European rooms 7cts; and upwards. if It grew from a seed is properly
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers. called a seedling tree. Trees from threeto

It. RIXLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. ten feet In height are small saplings. Self.Locking Tackle Block. '

i ,_ _. __ n_ ._ ___ and from ten feet In height until they '!t A;. '1:1;: '
reach's diameter of four Inches they ;' : ; : {
I.AULO I)RAO 11. are large Rapllnus. Small poles am 1"1' /' :. ty. I Made In various shapes and ,le., of

C.t -- from four to eight/ inches In diameter :.1 WOOl limY and DRONZK.. : Will .

and large Antes from eight to twelve .: r'r work 'jiially well with, rope, chain i>rwire ; t
BAN VIEW HOUSE PABLO BEACH, Inches' In diameter. Trees from one to rope. *
C.c FLORIDA. two feet through are standards, and
finally all trees over two feet In diameter "I .Willworkat"nyhlght, upside IIJ.g.
MAGNIFICENTLY LOCATED are veterans. It Is Important to 1-, hurlzr,ntally, or at any angle, and will '
remember that all them diameters are I stop and, lock ai any point. '

c Ocean Front'near East Coast Depot. Has all, Outside Rooms. measured at the height of a man' .' Invaluable for every kind of business ?I
,1 chest. about four feet six Inches from '
t where a block Is needed, frequently saw .
Sea and Sulphur Baths. ,:/' the ground. In forestry thin I.. roughly '
log.the I labor of one man or more. r':
speaking the general custom.-Glf- ", :, ,1:::
ford Plnchot. "? Nothing like It for hanging/ or stretch 'ii,
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log wire*. .,,1
RATES: $2 per day .8, to $12 per week.' ....tl......... lfote.. J'.,
< ei Address all communications to the ', >/
t I "I don't remember; that I have ever
r't met with anybody who bad a single :.t Walton Self-Locking Block Co'; : -
disparaging remark to make about the 1. .
FLOURNOY A FLOURNOY dewberry Fruit growers seem to1 like 1-,, (Incorporated) ,.:{. .

Owners and Proprietor. It." says one of the fniternltr. .. iJ!
The cankerworm has become BO detractive .. Office and Wareroom -IO-1) Allaotlo Are. '
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to the apple crop of this tuna : ., Near Lowe Wharf, Elevated fetation.BOHTON ;

tat Ii OLD SKAmiKEZE, GOOKALL.. FLA. try that farmer should not fall to .:,' 4 MASS. ,
3 ,
pray their trees wberever It Is pres

entThe .. d In showing. the method of reeving
ntj the Seaside Inn OLD SEA BREEZE. Interest In the propagation of the rope lit the-trli>l le!' block figure I starts t
her I f GOOOALL, FLA.Is trees for ornament shelter and timtwr at the becket of the upper, block, coming -
IVlflirt' baa grown enormously! In the past few '+ down to center sheave of lower block,
yean. .I j then figure 2 entering upper block In .
now open for the summer season, under the management of the owner I r .
It Is claimed that one of the pe ir>b l j I I' right band sheave Figure/ 8 coming :
HORACE F. STEWART. .Handsome and new, situated on Daytona of the department of agriculture bus''' ffc./ .,.. ,:" down to lower right bard sheave figure >M +"
Beach the hotel is modern In all Its appointment, with large airy pleasant produced sn orange that Is hardy as fur I' <' 4 entering upper left Land sheave, figure '
the and e "Auld< 5 entering left hand iheaveof lower block i i'i p ,7'lag
rooms overlooking ocean opposite Keating' Casino and Pier. north as the District of Columbia or,,: f r
".15...; and figure 0 eater center sheave of tipper
Is unexcelled. Terms '
surf moderate. b"
The I lemon '
"sourer than miy ever grown. I U block. The lower block wants to /
HORACE F. STEWART. Owner and Manager. Thirteen million feat of Wtocon--" -;.. face the opposite way to upper block, In 1i I y y'
white pine ire to r.;<\ through Cannd! i (of"'' / order to be able to reeve the rope In Ms, k ; "
--- -" buyers to England. and Tb. Hayu :' <,:; + manner and prevent cruel lines .,. .

[!THE A voCTEJ -j PRINTING> OFFICE Btrawberry .culture Is 'a thriven' Ii : -
proposition In In-lawar!. wltb Onu, S: fc Sampl; Blocks: can be seen a.t the An- k

and ramon'it! Beauty a. popular van vocayzomce.Tltusvlll.andattheitereof
'loC IOE3 ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING, NEATLY AND WITH DESPATCH.!!; ties. Rig yields' are reported, and ti I .. $ w S. B. Hubbard A Co.( Jacksonville.

.,1/- OUR PRICES) ARE RIGHT'S Industry is expected to ID ftaJ4!. Call and see these )blocks working





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ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, of the pleasures of travel in Flor- price. Now In use In the UnitedStat.e. O. F. DUREN, Agent.

41 West Bay Street, The meeting was called to order by The Board met Monday morning, July and Navy Departments.
the Chairman, on the 9th Inst. Present: 4, 190t. Present, J, M. Dlxont Chair. ida at this time of the year, Is a trip on Army
li JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA J. R. Walker, let District; J. 1C. M lot. man, R. If. Andrews, J. tz, and the St. Johns river between Jacksonville) Examine them atPiltchard &: Sons, or co:

p Largest stock In this section of country. 2nd District; R. A. Conkltng, 3rd DIs- It. E. Mime Secretary. Minutes of las and aanford. The Clyde Line are run- the ADVOCATE; : office. Tltusvllle. ::!

Established" In 1SCS. mot; J. C. Jones, 4tb District; and J. meeting read and approved. The treas ning a strictly first-class service and Its U2c
Send for descriptive catalogue. F. Bell, 6th District; with A. A. Stew. urer'sreport for the month of June, ID\)4.\) .....+..*.....+...... -:>
e art, clerk; and J. P. Brown sheriff was received, read, found correct and patrons are well pleased. The rate in : .
1'r. ------ Tbe minutes of last meeting were read redeemed warrants duly cancelled. I each direction between Jacksonville and I E. Vesey Hall, $ s:>> tI Q: ,

-THEFLORIDA and approved.The It.lmlznd Expeodltore" Sanford Is only $3,73, including meals : --
1 Fla.
Treasurer's report receivedand \ Georgians,
r. ,'. MOTOR CO. checked; the paid warrants turned TencheresaJarloe County School. ) Fund. ..,.. .. .r.$I13WR.EMIms.upt.forJune and stateroom-.' berth and Is certainly. I i H i.O'YLYFIRSTCLASSWORK. w =E
cheap. Steamer leaves Builder.
over with his report were' destroyed by ,...... To Uft very j iBoat: 2 --
Messis. Mlot and t/'onkllng.) The Treaty J.M.ln.oD.lH'rdlum. .. 400 Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, i = -

DAYTONA, FLAP uter had his usual certificate uf deposit. .R.. K.N.Fulls Andrews, "..t.OIlmlle.g..... 4a M W 00.J. at SiJO: p. m., and Is due In Sanford about .; J; 'I _,::::a. "CbU2 "'f
k attached to his report.Communication ; Coon lit Uockldff.New and sap... :a 00 for Estimates. Z I tI:
prty. the leave San- White
full line of..... 9 o'clock next morning
L1 Carry a of J. Mendel was received -j John Henry tvpwrtir. nun.for pub........ ':il OOO. ; 2 TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
((4t AUTOMOBILES and TIRES and filed for future reference. .E. slims., cleric for June.,....'.. 88 00 ford, returning to Jacksonville, at 00::! ......................
R. E.Mina ,utipt.expr.pout & Ino.exp. III 33
The bond of W. S. Norwood as a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
41 4 20
supervisor W J NeMiItt,Inc for No
.....In stock /also exp
.. .. .. ,
,, of registration, wan approved. J R M.ther", M 890 due In Jacksonville at 2:30: o'clock .NIN. '
MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE Request of Capt. W. II. sharps for a Hindu & Noble, .111>11.\ ."". 88 .ONNNN..N.N.1
f H K W.kettelU, KHMlintf committee. 13 W the following morning. Passengers may E. R. Blokewood, BecisteretlPHARMACY DrupgIHt; 4 .
( ENGINES change in the public road in front of his W A RII"b .... 11 00 J F.A. Morgan. Proprietor. .
_dn place 'Is referred to the commissioner of L M Iloliblmler ..,1000 retain staterooms getting up at their
Cd'r DYNAMOS that district for action. Ida M DmlKon, Examiner ....... WO leisure.
{ H Bobbins, attorney fee /IW 00
'' MAGNETOS, The Road Committee report of N. M. fiaitter"'Bacurlty Hank!11..1 l ,. l agts 10 00 If you wish a cool pleasant trip, with I I
Fish, Fred II. Black and A. M. Dixon, A Krlekuon. too exp far No 211.. :8 20Pee&Stewart
JJATTERIIM .. plenty ot good things to eat and' nice
41 a (M RED.
out road
marking a public at Sharpes,
WHWlllJlold. 43.. ...... 440
stateroom accommodations our
received and
was without protest the E W Hall.tax collector polls refunded.I M'<
'ft HPA UK-COILS same will be declared a public road at John Henry.com MOO'roa'* 275HO 80 take a trip on the beautiful St. Joins +
/ t the August meeting.,,; ADVOOATB. Pub fOtlee.. en +
and PLUGS Road Committee's of W. P. Cocoa& Huckldice Hewn, prtg nod pub... 13 18 river. i ... i S TITU8VlI.t..E. J'LOluDA. S
;; of all kind, and are offering thorn for I
Arnold and Wm. O. Wallace maaklnlCont
; sale at... a publIc road at Val karla, was re. Bnaolkl Tax.. School Dint.No. 1. ,.728 87 -A Complete Stock of- -, !

li .,i 7 ..OTTO I_ _ri._ =. ca3:: 2 ... ceived will be, and declared without a publio protest road the at same theAII"Ullt A Teachers Kroxclier salaried, per diem.... as" .truetoe."..........,.......... 8500:a OuOrilnren. large, fine fruit. The small : PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, J JCfT

meeting. << .. .. ......... 800 dozen Jj. Filled With the
pines cost less but cost more Prescriptions
ti.+? i, They have a few> bargains In Petition of A..L. Parker et at, citizens John.. henry" com epeo sa tax co troM papers.........\....... 21*foi 45 In the end.Remove. per i Utujost. Care and Promptitude.WA

KNOX, of White City, relative to Hall Talmadfee, BWHalltax ool .........'r..... -30 W ; i GIVE US A-TRIAL ORDER)
I I..* referred to the; commissioner of that" the rind and eyes, out In slices, WE WANT YOUR TRADE.

BUICK, district for action. -School Diet No.2.N f 106 09Special remove the core and chop In lour chop- .i Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, l'er'nmery, Brushes,
". WIUTE, Report of N. M. Fish, superintendent ping-bowl, or Quarter and feed In a com Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept
of roads, was received and filed. K Hall,per diem and mileage!! trustee. B 00V by up-to-date drug stores. "
PaiUUHon ? ... B W mon meat-grinder. Put Into the granite
""JDE MOOT, Notary public's bond of Oeo. N. Hatch John henry, .peo tax papers. ............ VO i mr:: We give prompt and careful attention to all man orden. ,
t I It R"N'I'.P'EIUU8 was received and appa'oved.Notary .. com.. .as ou j tte..... .......... 4..1 119 preserving kettle with granulated sugar ..................>.>..N*N..N..mNNNNN$111
'l l ,,7 public's bond of F. W. Mun- E W list!, taIL col.... ........ 58 4'. enough to suit your taste. Cover and

i; MARINE &, STATIONARY ENGINES. son was received and approved. 121 7i let come to a boll. If your pines are ..
L '';". Letter of It. R. Klrcou was referred to' Special TalC,SChool; IMat.No.3.W juicy don't add any water, but put kettle E_ L_ :se: :I::) &:, :S O.,
All Kinds of commissioner of that district.) H diem, trustee. 8 BO
Wiicfleld milage
I ,, Letter of J. F. Gouldy referred to John Henry spec per tax pnper .. .... ..... 1 ;, f .. LATHE: WORK .' com a* oo treas..... ....... 2201 Doll
commissioner of that distilot for action. enough to prevent burning. until PRODUCT
.' A Specialty E W Hall '. tux col. ..........-. m Ofl GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD ,
Bond of S. J. Daniels as principal, you are sure each piece Is. scalded well, '
with J. E. M. 1I0d son and John Shaveas .60 87 for MAPES FERTILIZERS
of all kinds. We are agents
j1 } Write for Prices and Term sureties, to carry a Smith <& Wesson Special Tax,School>llIt. No. 4. but i not long enough to toughen. If;you\ We We deal handle exclusively PRODUCE In the above line- -goods and solicit i the trade of all coniun--'

1rL. pistol._ No. 11618, caliber,38, was approv F' M Hudson, per diem, milage trustee... 11 80 use the meat-grinder It Is sufficient to ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at 1 your station
POPoppell ". ... 880 let It to boll. Can at FLA.
come a good ,
ed.Petition Julio Henry,spec tax papers...., ..... 1 (M I( once, E. L. BRADY .BRO. .TITUSVJ.I.LE
L. 1WOTLC> of W. D. Edwards et al, citizens .' comae. oo treas. ........,.... ZH 28 being sure to till the cans full and seal -
of the !5ih' commissioner's district, E:W halt, .. tax ad ...........'.. 8605 --
for a special levy of seven mill., against/ perfectly. GOLDSMITH
the taxable property In said district, for 85 W :j. E.

road purposes, was received and checked Orand Total. ....... ............ ,...... 't I.WW4D\ CHURCH NOTICES., ,
: with the and books. 4 t
registration A
Dealer In-
The resignation of Mr. Andrew Erlck- -
majority pf the voters and taxpayers sen as Supervisor::! of the. Viking choolwas There will be preaching In the Methodist GRAIN FRUIT AN
having signed the" name. on motion, the accepted: STAPLE AND FANCY( GROCERIES, HAY, 1
same IN granted. !In ill inn, next Sunday at 11 t
Reports of Justices of the Peace Chasl; Contracts for transporting: pupils were PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.TITUSVILLE .
awarded a... follows: o'clock a m.; aud In the Methodist FLOKI1JA.
T. MotlrldeJ., M. Sanders and II. G. -
Uronson were received and filed. Mimi to Titusville, P. L. Kyzer, $55 church" ;Tltnsville, at 7:10:) p. m. All are !

Tax Collector's report of polls collect per month. cordially Invited to be piesent.
Fronrenao to City Point E. E. Swln- r
ed during the month of June, amounting >> INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
$10 Services at the Tltusvllle
son, per jnouth. Baptist
to *l.00 for the 1IXKJ received
: year ,
and flied City Point to Cocoa, E E. Swlnson, church on July 17th and :25th.! Preach- x TITUSVILLE, FLA.

Tax Collector's and County Judge's $35 South: per month.Rock lodge to Cocoa, J. C. Gil- ling at 11 a. m. and 7:110:: p. m. Sunday Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Hacked or loose. Special attentl, 1
report of licenses collected during: the School at 10 Wednesday for Yacht for family use. Fair dealing, IB my motto. ,
bert, $:))4 75: per month. a. m. payer meeting$ paid sacking or '
month of June, to $1.M. I
I MwIr St. Luole to Fort Pierce,} J. S. Bell, I evening at 7:30: o'clock. On Sunday T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
and J.t.OO: state received
County; was
i Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, and filed. $20;.! per month. I morning the pastor will preach

Ales, Stout, Etc. Itemized estimate of the Board of Tlbbals to Jensen, J. T. Waters, $30 sermon of practical value to the teachers -
month. COMPANY
f J3P"Send me your orders! Publio Instruction for the fiscal year beginning per Waveland to Jensen, W. D. Edwards, attending the Normal school. All Till, SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY ti
July let 1004 and June
: ending
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. $40 per month.Application are cordially invited to meet with us.
:'M, WOO, was received and filed.
Itemized estimate of School! Trustees from patrons living southof now.um B. GUIDONS, Pastor.
Fort Pleroe, to secure a wagon line Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
for Districts No.1, 2, 3 and 4, for the ,
the ,
for to High
L. MOB LEY transporting pupils .
fiscal beginning July lat 1004 and
year school at Fort Tierce was granted and MAR RID.
ending June 30th 1008\ ( received '*
\ was
R+ ;{ TITUSVILLE, FLA. and filed. the secretary directed to advertise forbids '

Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsomlnlng Application of Wm. N. Jones for pension next On the route for award.to be presented at the The following announcement was received Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.II ;A
.. Staining Finishing and PaperHanging was approved.The Teachers follows at this ulnae on Monday:
I i at the most reasonable priceconsistent Chairman is tntructed to call forbids Titusville were: Principal assigned, Prof as John: D. "Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McMillan announce 'Offices foot ot Dogao'Stre t, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 2f
with good build house for the
workmanship. to a new Jailor.
Teeter 1st assistant Miss Bessie Gds the .
of their
; marriage; daughter
;; 1 The deed of D. r.. Gaulden and wife lard :2nd assistant, Annie II. Porter; J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager
All Work on the East CoastIs Claudia, to Mn harry W. ChristianSun-
for a right-of-way across their propertyat Primary, Miss Annie L McClInton. -
Turkey creek, was received and filed. Cocoa: Principal, Prof. H. E. Wake. day, July the tenth, nineteen hundredand '--
Especially! Solicited.Let Petition of A. C. Dittmar et at, cltlzens field; lit assistant. Miss Helen M. Miller; four, at Ean Gallle, Florida." The Oldest tablibed Orjiin and Seed House,In the State.

m* know what you want and get my of Fort Pleroe, Is received, and on :lad assltant, Susie C. Mime; Primary, We tender hearty congratulations to
estimate on It. Prompt attention motion, Richard Head Is placed on the :Miss Stella MimI the FO&ffiA '1

i given. ,to all work. pauper list at $10.0O per month. Eau Gillie: Principal, Mr. L. M. Iteh- ; happy pair. Wm.: A. Sours: c3Z Cc
On motion, the Chairman Is appointed binder; Assistant, Miss Annie McAles-
;, committee of one to look up a location, Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE PARE
_ William Ilindlc, and ascertain tbe cost of a Poor Farm. I ter.Fort Pierce : Principal, Prof. J. R.: GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

Bond of R. G. Hunter, as principal, Pomeroy; let assistant. Selma Martin ; ,
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON with Dan !Sloan: and Geo. B. Hall as 2nd assistant, Maude\ Teeter; Primary, YOU LOOKING
sureties, to carry a Smith & Wesson Susie Teater.Oslo ,, Flour, Grits Meal\ and Fertilizers]
WORKER. pistol, No. 10CU: caliber.18: was approv May Froscher.

,I 1'' Plumbing, Pump Work, ripe Fitting. ed.The" Comptroller Is requested to allow Shiloh Reams,, Ida Willie M.King.Dodson. ..FOR BUSINESS ? _ST. LO1 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

t GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE the redemption of all tax certificates on Melbourne, Genie Harris 'Agts.or Purina Feed. Warehounes on tracks! of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Syitt

lot 4 and west >, of southwest }:( of Lotus, Elma (Geiger. .
'. 1 TANKS MADE TO ORDER. southeast Ji at their face value, without Fort Drum, Wm..H. Main.
Interest and. the collection of subsequent! Courteuav, Sue F. Hunter.
i Your 1'ationage Is Solicited. omitted taxes on a valuation of (1,500.00 Okeechobee, Emma L.'Bell. If you are, then ADVERTISE in the 1: .I ..IIioi, nuI:: : :ar, IiL.E

COCOA, FLA. without Interest. Malabar, Inga O. Uelseth. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, one of the most
The Comptroller Is requested to allow Sebastian : Principal, Eugenia Fair;
i the redemption of all tax ceitlllcateson Assistant Rose T. Penney widely circulated papers In this state.

Stanley Kitching lot S, strip on north side of Block B Orangedale, Eulla p. King Your money outlay will be small, butYfur Seed Potatoes. I
Coleman's addition to Tttusvllle. at their Artesla, Ella M. Wlgfield.
-Dealer In- face value, without interest and the collection Eldred, Bessie Thaxton. trade will ba materially Increased
ol the sub-omitted taxes said I It1
on Carrie Mendel.
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS, lot, at a valuation of $100.00, without !Mlcoo, Maybel, Whltaore. One of Jacksonville's prominent merchants SPAULDING'S ROSE, No. 4 $3.25 Bbl.

Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China Interest; and all certificates on lots 4, 5, Midway Georgia Slater. recently wrote us : "We IDBer'tedour BLISS TRIUMPH!: r ,. $3.00 "
and 0 Coleman's addition to Tltusvllle
and Temperance l>rlnk.. at their face value, without Interest Tropic Jensen,:Mrs.Principal E. 8.,Worley.Prof. J. A. Or- ad. la your paper for three months, 11// HEBRON. . $2.75 "

''The following brands of cigars delivered and the collection of subsequent mond; Assistant, Mrs. Edith Hunter; AI a trial. It baa already done good, so Garden and Field Seeds.
at J.23: ; per box of CO: omitted taxes on a valuation of $100.00.The .
Primary, Edith Hunter. please Insert the ad. for another nine I L. G1 MI7ONe: 5oodsmian: : : ,
+ llumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, Comptroller is requested to allow Valkarla, Lucy 1*. Moore. "
Oremo, Cabanas, iohalHkl. the redemption of all tax certificate on White City, Etta Jones. months. l. 1 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla..

Fllsoh Cards: !Mo.; Hand Made Palmetto part of lot 1. and n. e. 3s of n. e. W, and Woodley, Orrel J. Lawson. xThat how live, up-to-date merchants t

I Hats, 25o. part of lot :i!, des. in deed book k, page Banyan, Georgia Slater. speak of the ADVOCATE as an advertis- 1 3 .f3:! B lt3 vaca c 9 !mtl wt ihtd

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Robbins & Graham Co. ; .

I /t+. (Incorporated..) \ .INSURANCE; "GLOBE"1 : : D

; I PAID UP CAPITAL i3,000.00.; / & 1' ,I' =. Ca

I This company owns ao

''a :I t GASOLINE -
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the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. FIRE I'\,erP' & London &; Globe, Hartford, Etna: Continental, Home\, .>... .'".. m(,

Lnole River; at New River and on BiyBlsoayne. Northern Assurance, Phenix, Fireman's Fund, Pennsylvania. <" F
Prices to salt the times. '1 :.. e4dtbd

f Send for Land List. TORNADO..: Continental! Insurance Co., ot New York. l.t. a .0... z... -_ I
K It 1 .
Offices at Tltusvllle\ and Miami, Fla. .!'Si"1I :50 H.R 1iL001 }{? 4 J; "p

irp New York Life Insurance Co.-the great International: life Insurance ""j

Hodgson Bros. IJiril i company of the world-Assets 352: : millions. /iJ! ;'s 11nhe-

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EAU- GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ACCIDENT I Union Casualty Jk Surety.Co., of St. Louis, Mo. /.; :

1 Marine Railway :.t 's THE S. B. HUBBARD CO. .

General Merchant. and Ship Chandlers. 8
SURETY BONDS of Mar : ; J-
'+ ..Special. Facilities.. : Fidelity & Deposit"', "Co., land. '"fl ,i'-' -.A.G-JJN"TS-: .t;
'r. ,
tot Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing ',':' ? "' \ \ tt# _-
Yachts and Launches. Represented byTITVSVILLE ''t" v Jacksonville. ., Florida. H J
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Mention the ADVOOATB whan writing. Bs
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: OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, :t .
at this office. FLORIDA. 0 .

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