East Coast advocate
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00304
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00304
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

Full Text




.. ,.. \.. "
i t. ;
f' .

+ ;,,.1/.1a >

[ I' I .

Iu ocI: /yp3 e 0 QA3TADVO Ef R'FAyfaO ",1!! : "',.

i : 1_ p : ,:;: _

= ;


....:::.. ;;;

.--:10. cs : 'r
g : ')
; f' \

\ '


L. 38. NO. 33. .. TITUSVIL.L.E. FLORIDA-FRIDAY._, ,Tt.Ti.Q.. 1UO,(, PRICE, Do.
-- -- -
-" --- -- -

Mr. B. R. MoNelce of Jasper, wl\llin I GOING TO THE SEASIDE AMONG THE HOTELS. ,
-Judge I>. L. Gaulden paid a visit to Special Shoe Hale at KlInoN. ARE YOU

LOCAL NEWS, Melbourne on Wednesday. town on Wednesday .? -

Attention Is called to our )large vl\rlt'11 The ADVOCATE I I. now on file ai all
Interest, Attorney (I. A1. Robblns, of Tltuvllle -
& id Topics pf General REMEMBERAll -
the best hotols In New York city.
and stock of Ladles Gent
up-to-date \
la Eau Gnllle re-
spent Monday' bnt
dry goods at cost until August; 13- The warm weather Is gradually ,
men's and Children's Shoes. They are turning that afternoon. and 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kupperbuah of
THE ADVOCATE, Don't Walt. J. R. Walker: Co. surely driving people to the "seaside
of the best makes and are sold at a
their seaside house at
Fenntnr and Alfre the Seaside Inn, Goodall, managed by I'alatka open .
' In advance. Mrxura Trex.
.50 .
per annum Ming Gertrude Mime returned to ber Before
small margin; of profit. bull .
Goodall this week.
1.00 six months, Cleveland now of Coooa, but formerly Mr Iloinco F. Stewart getting n goo
home at Bonaventure, on Sunday afttseveral elsowl:ere, call and see our stock \ *
$3.00 per an. to foreign countries. share of the arrivals. Dancing rldlnt, Coast.
p days spent with relatives I 10 JUMUS KLINK- of Tltusvllle, spent Sunday here Where to stop along the East
tv-, Reading notice ads. are ten centa driving.urf-bathirig, cards liaising etc. See list of hotels and boarding houses
Tltusvllle.MrL\ Tltusvllle Fin. -Dr. W. L. Hughlett of Uoooa, and
tUne on this page.TVhen help I to while away the guests' time on 1st and 7th pages '

'. subscribe for the ADv : U. Pritchard has purchase Mr. iLL Mime, of Bonaventure were very pWanntly. Saturday night's bl 1
you Genie Harils of Osteen ,,1:0 visitors In Tltusvllle\ between grains leave home for Jackson
Miss on
: Before
Intel you
cost his follow
k'tx\ by the year. It not yo another<< boat to put Jh. p. i dance at Healing's Casino was
included. Is attending the East Coast Normal at Sunday' Ins', \ read the hotel ads. on our 7th page
e i cebts per week, postage national l engine in. The new boat was by a sacred concert, Sunday evening lit vllle !

DID BAST COAST ADVOCATE is cat secured at Fort Pierce. Tltusvllle, spent Sunday at her home. DR. E. E. ROLLING, Physician A Sui' : the Seaside Inn, which wall woll attende" so that you may know where to stay* ,

i the following news-stande, at flits SEND .YOUR MACHINE'WORK AND -Dr. F. H. Hough ton la still doing a goon wishes to notify his patrons tbat the guests and cottagers. The Hlngln Mr, Goo. U. Irwin, who hold thepo.'I

,''Tituavllle-Red per copy : Cross Pharmacy. orders for Hardware Building Ma- rushing dental business on his hour he will be absent from his practice fur and (Instrumental mulo was of asupeilc sition of assistant. manager of the Indian

I Jacksonville-Duval hotel. terfal. Etc., to The Geo. 1(. Fernal< I boat Dentos, which ts still anchored i a the next month. order and much appreciated. Amon River hotel Tituavllle, last winter. t la

I Note date of expiration printed upo Hardware Sanford, Fla. : the hotel wharf, Tltusvllle. -Mr.I A. A. Stewart and wife wbo the principal performers were Mr. and now manager Shawnee/ .. Lodge Shaw-

par paper or wrapper every week. This -Remember;" If you Intend golr!{ hare been spending some weeks nt Iddlnn Mrs II. F. Stewart, Mr. C. II. Stewarl nee, Colorado.
|a receipt for your money. No Deed -Mr. Fredrick II. Gould who North the Clyde agent Is In Titusvlll. Springs Ga., have now gone tTallurah Miss Boulon and Miss Fay Stewart The I II I The ITetistls House on South Broad

X us to send receipt for subscript been spending some time at Orange N. and he can secure tickets an.1 Falls, Ga. concert ended about 0:30 p. m., much to ,
fie date gives It to you. Y., has returned to Lafayette Place Net your of those wlx way, Saratoga U open for the season
of the majority
-ADVOCATE'S for sale at the Red York where the ADVOCATE follows. berths.Mr. -Mr. and l1V.. K, Goldsmith am. the regret As usual It will be managed by M., B- f

Wm. II. MoFnrland', of"Tltu... two children, who loft here a week or sago attended. Montgomery, of the St. George; hotel St. h
e8 i ;pharmacy, Tltusville. of Palat the Seaside Inn Is not ctnwdod, b
'. -Miss Lillian C. Morris one vllle, U In Lewlnton Me., today wllh are now at Hem1ersonvll! N. C" While Augustine.\ This season will ma5. '
Capt. N, N. Penney and daughter kit's bilitbl and talented young ladles I la. Forepaugli'M A Sell's Shows. lie will tIn enjoying their vacation.Mli there were a fair uii'ither of guiwls tin forty-lift of this well known and J.'.puUr !

Canaveral, spent Sunday'TitusvtllcMr. now aojourning at the t aasldja Inn, Bath !\Ie. on the 27lh Inst. house on Monday among them being hostelry. '
Gotidall where she has a host of ;friends >s Sliid.t: Miller after spemltn John D. Rlngham and wife, PaUtka

J. B..Colrad. of the Bond Luir -Mrs. J. T. Knox. Jr., and bablei.. some three or fnnr month In Titusvlll Fist,, ; T. J. Moifurray wife and son, oMai The Everett House on South Broadway "
|,Co., of Glcnwood, was In Titusvlll Jndare M. S. Jones baa been holding after a two weeks visit with her parent., with the firm ."f .1. It. Walker Co., left Ion, f,1; W. J.. Giles Howling Green, Saratoga/ opened as Visual under

rday and Monday last, on buslnestIrs. Court In Orlando- this week. Mr. Wad Mr. and Mrs W. 8. Norwood, In Tltuivltle on Saturday lint for her home In Atlunli, FlA. ; lt"nj. ,1. Thrower, Gainesville. the direction of 1*. M. Snares, who Is ( d

11. .,Jones accompanies his fa her. The] left ou ;Saturday: for her home at Ga. Fla T. A, Feaster West Palm Beach! ; one of the best known hotel men In Saratoga .
) E. E. Rollins, of Tltusvlllr, alt home to-day or tomorrow ;
are expected Eden. Mrs. 11. and begins with this year his twentythird
Is the tlf FURNITURKt I FURNITURE I II I F. O. Williams, Jacksonville; i'
and guest j jI
I Wednesday,
r .. 'Clara, II an ford. 'Green Cove Sprlngir. .. -Mrs. M. S. Jones Jr., and little son. -Mrs. C. H. Stewart soil family 'of Our stuck In complete \Vu save yoi Levy, Philadelphia; Miss Vivian Bunion season nt the Everett House,

Minor, who have been spending sometime Melbourne have rented the Johnso money We meet outside com pntltlon<< New York city; Mrs. B. I, Wall and two Mr. Maurea I la welt known In St. Augus.

M. 8. Jones, Jr., of Quay, ha In town with Mrs. Jos. P. Brown cottage at Goodall, and they were joins and pay the freight J. K. Walker .t children Santa Fe Isle of Pines; AllxirG. tine, Fla., where he comes nearly every

h enjoying \Jsltto Tllusvllle tblIs Mrs. Jonas'' sister have returned to by,'Mr. Stewart on Saturday last.' ,Ite Co Titusvlll, Fin Qpade, St, Louts; Miss\ L. O. Morris winter. ,

4eh. Quay. returned to Melbourne Monday.Mrs. Jacksonville B. M. Thou and Her .
? -If you Intend going to tbe World'" ; A live story addition to the Hotel Or-

, Aleph Jllms, 'after some week ,WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE B. Levy, of Philadelphia, who Fair you would. do well to read the ad. Werthelm Gainesville; and Chas II. mond, Florida I I. being built by Mr. "

d it In Fort Pierce and other dow Try us, pet our piloes and be con has come south owing to an eye troubUis of Holilen A Co on: this page '1'hey; Walton Tltu vl1l.. Hoary M, Flakier for Messrs Anderson

c I towns, returned to her home !In Tl vinced. No trouble to show goods among the popular guests of the Sei... have cool up-to-date tents for you to< f'Cltusvllle'e' A Price the manager The new por-

to (tile, on Friday last whether' vou buy or not. J.R.Walkei side Inn, Goorall. Mrs. Levy has mad sleep In. Write them for full psrtlouI I ,Quite a youul( of the hotel will Include what wo for.

& Co., Tltusvllle Fla. Iota of friends since her'arilval" at Good I ,.. people enjoyed a moonlight sail and a mily the original part of the Ormond.
Mica' Iron .
re. J, A.. Lovelace and plunge In the Indian Mver on -Wudnos When /finished the Ormond will b*
RTotraar, of Savannah, Oa., sisters of Mnfi -Major C. E. Graves formerly of Boston -Dr. J. Marlon Dixon has had th. day evening. second to no other hotel on the East. '

tS.; Rollins, of Tltusvllle, are now i iiiVKipa but now a prominent resident of -Rev. J. Thompson, of Fort Pierpt e, tin roof of his store building corner of Coast. It I Is .a very popular house, and

visiting relatives. Melbourne Beach was a pleixiant visitor was a pleasant caller on Tltusvllle friend_ Washington avenue and Julia street, SEKTIIEM- that

to Tltusvtlle and this office the first of this week. He was present at the Bat repaired Wm. Kindle of Coooa doing tin Large line to select from-New Shlrti ,the; genial managers. are the ones
YOU TRAVELING ? the market. otto to J.SO:. ,. m.kel' popular.
frlendi tlst meeting on Wednesday even -best on
the week. The Majoi's many prayer work Mr. Hindi also slid some work

e Walker A Co. Beet Trunks, Tele are always pleased to see him In town., tag, and addressed a large and luterestecongregation. on the Hank block last week Try them. J. R. Walker A; Co., )Olr, Harry W. Sommers ha given up
popes, Dress Suit Cases, eto. Price De
Ills less of the College Hotel
ti please and Interest you. J. R _Mr S. N- Gladwln left on the 3.. -The East, Coast Normal at THusvllU -Mrs. Blake Walker, arrived here on Land Kla, which has.. been taker by Mr. I ti
Tituevif le Fla. -Mr. J. C. Little, partner of the lat. still There Sunday last from Jacksonville on a
are twenty
Walker & Co., m. train Wednesday for New York,, goes merrllly on. ] II. E. Bates, who% was for seven years, tinier
p where she will meet her daughter. Mini Mr. D. W. Monroe, arrived In Tltnsvllte two scholars In attendance, and Prof. J, visit to her father Capt. Jas. Prltohard,, who The
W. opened
Mr\ O. play
Mr F. W. Munson and daughter Susie Q lad win, who arrived at New Yorkyesterday Tuesday night, from Jacksonville. lIe D. Teeter and Miss Hattie Carpenter Mrs. F. T. Budge and two children arc ) Arm and managed eYer year
i, (Cora of Georgtana, were visitors tT,1tuevlile from the Philippines They' has been visiting the turpentine camp make them mlnd-thelr p's and q's. lso numbered In the house party College also chief i
: intll last, season, He was
week having oftaeeday.
this and to othe
In this section attending
were pleasant callers at will\) spend several months visiting relatives GET THS; BEST: -Mrs. Capron, wife of Dr.' Cspron, ol lurk;l under Mr. Sommers last year, apd
They business matters this week.
office while in town. before returning to their home In Shoe Nothing better than Banolstei Lotus died yesterday at 6 o'clockand I. now chief clerk at Kdgewood Inn,

Tltusvlllti.Mr. -Halle A: Co., launched their line nee $.VOO) and 16.0U< <> Hhoes. Nothing better the body will be taken north this afternoon Greenwich, Coon. Mr. Bate Is said tobe

_Writing us this week, from Brook launch on Saturday afternoon last. 8hIs Illndla was called with the
-=- T. A. Feaster.a former resident for tbe price than Star Brand Shoes Undertaker very popular traveling pub
N. Y., Mr. John M. Ferris says: equipped with a 4 h. p. Barker engine Titusvlll to the body for
of Tltnevllle/ bat now a prominent mer You find tbem only at J. K. Walker closed please find .1.1'>0 to renew m'cription. ;' and has large propeller blades so as tiICive
chant of West Palm Beach was a passenger ; Co.'s., Tltusvllle, Fla. ihlpment.
We are'beartl1yl.nterest- highest towing power. It Is a nea' U. 8. MAIL BOAT.
roast of Florida and wel on Saturday's northbound train, on -Mrs. It. E. Brown (nee Miss Emma -Mr. R. W. !Rhodes formerly of Tltusvtlttt -
East and t.he
n the looking craft moves through
his way to the Seaside Inn, Goodall. He arrived from Jacksonville Wednesday but now a prosperous merchant which
Wright boat
e the coming of the newsy and In water at a fine rate of speed. ) Capt. C. F. Fischer' new ,
sting ADVOCATE. attended tbe dance at Keatlug'a Casinoon i. and Is stopping with Miss Clam )f the Msgta Sty: spent several days inrtusvllle vlll be used on the Banana river mall

Saturday night. WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE' cal I1 an ford. Mis. Brown Is a Green Coyi' ; this .eek. looking after his out, I I. now all reedy for use. She wa

} Mr. K. L. LaRue, of Palatk., ha.. Capts..* Leo and Fitzgerald United upon the Tltusvllle Livery, at rear of Ilrland her many friends are glad to welcome /tae orange grove Iu the Turnbul! ham ;l I'en her trial trip on Saturday lost, and

,ed a portion of the J. R. Walker States4nspectors of'steam.... aeill. formerly Rubblns law office, for a stylish' up her.-Green Cove Springs. nock, and Oiling his pockets (In anticipation vas perfectly satisfactory, except that

se on Hopkins street and will star to-date rig. Leave your, order for ) with golden eagles. for such Is
of Savannah and Fischer
but hot
of Tltusvllle\ now Dr. J. O. Scutlehl! of Cocoa wasamong tb. engine became Capt.
of next week. : ,
the first all kinds of double and single hauling of those having orangerrove
jtsekeeptng Ga, arrived In Jacksonville this week to the pleasant callers at '11,1. office<< tb. prospect baa had the boat out for several days
ji. LaRoe arrived today and the:, Feed and sale stable hammock.We .
a specialty. In the
d; at the Sembler Cot Inspect some steamers the regular Inspectors yesterday lIe left, this morning for ; rorklng the engine so It Will work
Sunday J. M. OsnAxTllnevlIle Fla.
spend Messrs. Spencer and Shaw, "' Sanford to take a trip up the bt. Johns are always' glad to know that math by Monday next, when the boat

having gone to New York city, to assist I -The following\ Invitation from Greei river. He expects to go to Ashevllle N. people appreciate our' effort In trying to go.a; on the regular run.

S' CLOTHING la Inspecting the steamer of that port. Cove Springs, was received at this olllceon C. and later to the World's Fair at St. nibs a good newspaper so we publishhe This boat, which ha "U. S.: M." on _

Its age 4 to 16. Prices range front Monday, but regret we were unable Louis, following from. subscriber, Mr. E. Itber side of the bow Is 25: feet long, ,

lSO to $7.00, any suit. Next week -Mr. Otto R. Grosse a wellknownresident to be present: "Mr. Chaa. II. Walton TliiSTllte T0 NJUIIT IN OPERA f. Jones, Dearborn Ave., Chicago; 6-, fee wide, and ha a draught of 18

u may have J y off of price. J. R. of Providence R. I., wa amongthe \ : The.Misses Geiger Invite yoi A SUPPER Dank- Tltusvllle., The 'Please find check for renewal. A* an nolies. She I* equipped with al'tJ'!* h. p.
this omce Saturday House over
callers at on ,
alker A: Co., Tltusvllle Fla. pleasant to a party on Tuesday evening, Julyl\1th.\ Ladies' Culture Club will old newspaper! man I have often wondered leroules engine, which will develop a
last lie Is on the lookout for a Progressive
at eight o'clock; given In honor of Mrs. ho r.I' O. Williams formerly of Tland suitable place to make his borne and give Supper this (Friday') evening/
In Tltusvllle.f I I.. not altogether dependent on
Rolli Da. nod and a paper Thla *
[; newsy
Palm Beach, punnedtbXigh several ad. six o'clock, when tasty and palatable
t )]Ie West rill look at places previously lots of hustling, and her motor a. she ha mast and
> course It takes power
here, Monday en route to Eden rertlsed for sale In the ADVOCATK to -MI"s Annie Jones who left here a sandwiches salads Ice tea, coffee
AIIVOUAT Is by noroans 1.11 and take advantage of fair wind.
editor of tbe can
o his wife, who had preceded him which he annually, subscribes. He left couple of weeks or so ago for the World'i etc., will be served at 2."xts.: : each per the "
will\ make
asleep. It I III a pity you have so 'J'be "U. S. M regular
.1 pie of weeks ago. On his way here, Sunday, for various points south Fair, accompanied by Miss; Dora Dear son. Ice cream, lOcts per saucer. I town-or so fw Tuesdays, Thursday and Satur-

from his Jacksonville home Mr.iSm u far as Palm Beach! and Miami. orn/of Cocoanut Grove and Mr. s. O Eve.bodylnvlte.l. Six to ten p. m. ew merchants In your live merchants C.Dhelp. 'd1&1'rip on and beside carrying the U. M.
stopped over at the Seaside IonG54An Ills of Miami, returned to Tltusvllle on Tbe INDIAN RIVER BAND will be1 ,
s _Mis\ Vivian Boulon of New York a paper considerably to bring more mall. I la fitted for passengers and small
Saturday until Monday, 'uesday. Miss Dearborn stopped overt present, and give choice selections of
from who arrived at the Seaside Inn, Goodall, ettlers which mean money In their pock eight as there I I. a canopy cabin o..ermtlBt p
attended the dance at Keatlnl'sC Tltusvllle until Wednesday when shaft < Music
ar4 t ibont six weeks ago: says she Is so delighted .ts. I will\ be down with a p.rtyln nee of the boat.
and .
home her Mr.
: for the parents, '
-Mr. C. S. and Ml slay
with -the hotel and beach that Ray bl..l.ter. ember or January and will call upo'nou. The Captain has built neat drop or ,
aTh. )Irs. E. C. Dearborn, Cocoanut Grorn. [ who with their occupiedZspt. l
.F.T. Badge arrived In TItiisvllUJfrWNiy the finds It bard to tear herself away; parents, ." aide wharf from the1 north side of the
and ____
They report a very delightful trip, J. O. Walton's furnished cottage
father and for Pitts- where the boat will be
on a visit to her but she will soon have to leave inroad pier t

mo ( er, Capt. and Mrs. Jaa. Prltcbard burg to visit her sister for a white. Miss njoyed the"Immenaelye.peclallytbe In South Tltusvllle, last winter are still To Orange f>rower*. tOl&Jld when not on the run.
"Pike. Miss Annie was pleasantly
Sbefwaa accompanied by Mr.F.T. Badge,, Boa Ion fishes, dances, sings .nd-bld. lojournlng at Goodall, where they rentedt -
ntertalned by Mrs. Emma J. cottage for six months. They will not Under our plan we can save you moneyn
an*}'jit this placed Budge was joined fair to become a swimmer, for she has ToVorld'* Fair Visitors
float. hOllteu i of the Wisconsin State Building,, return to' their home In Teorla, III., your CITKUS TREKS:: with the best -
i by'fe mother-in-law, and they proceedittd succeeded In learning to '
WNew+ York, via Clyde steamer, andwf4llso tlready 'and others while at the Fair. this year and their many Tituavllle I reputation behind them, as a guarantee Seeking accommodations Altamont

will their true to name, up to site, grounds 500 feet west
the World's Fair at St and ffallft. friends be pleased to learn that they of I being 'eights 'renting ,
to Boxes Wrap
go Misses Fanny and Stella Orange Uardner KIy r... will return here about October. : and clean, healthy and well rooted. of[ World'. Fair entrance, offers an Ideal
Lsdti. Little\ -
'trees on high pine'land. all steam and .l.Ieotrio -
Our are grown applng place; near
Hedge, accompanied their father and The East Coast Lumber and Supply White Dress Goods at your own price. '
and suitable for transplanting shaded elevation
Slaked Lime. are ear, delightfully
nd\ mot her, while Mrs. Budge and two Company are prepared to furnish the laby Swings, cool comfortable $.J.2ji;; i kind of soil. We have over rellsbsbl meals served,
In to dost nolee
mailer children will make home com above material and deliver at all points Ihlldren's Wbeebanrows, 33e; Toy Go- For Sale-..Two carloads air slaked any and "III give DO ,no and i
I 30,000 buds In stock: you flood. clean beds In house tents
ortable for Captain Pritchard during and will be pleased to quote prices. We' arts 45c, 73, $t.BO, U.H3i; Watch., lime for fertilizer. Very low price In, .. liberal discount on order for fall can be accommodated
large parties
he aba nca of )1... Pritchard. lave only FIRST-CLASS stock. Clocks, all kinds Jewelry
large quantities anting.( / There Is nothing so good aaour Holden A Co.. Financial Agent, 1623hmlcal
Address Earns Game, Fla. eow-2t FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, 8UOEH. : COAST LUUBKK SCPI'I:0..
ART A CONNER'S PROUriC GRAI'EFRUIT. Building St Louis, Mo. 22-51
I Stoves and Jtanjfen.jnst I ;HAS.. A. GABDXKB.: : Tltusvllle, Fla. "-2t Eau Gallle sod West Palm Beach., .

I> -
Are You doing North 7 Write, tot our New Catalogue, which Cleaning and Pressing.All .
ol O. K. Hla knilth and Machine' Hhop.
| received, a carload will be ready for delivery early In Jane. -

tee and Ranges. Now Is your time hauling of alll Inds prompt. Do not fall to get your tickets: via th Blacksmith .ad'Wb'wrlah& Machine TUB l OCKLAWAIIA: NcnuBRiKH, work done up-to-date. Call anIsee

etc. apply tot 11' attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Clyde IJne, from tbe agent Andrew Gibson at the Parlor
f,buy. For prices >popular \Works and, Horse Shoeing done In firstlsss (0. W. Conner, Proprietor,) me.
JAce! PBtrcnABT A: Sox. wood for sale at all times. C. U. WAI.TOW,. if Tangerine, Fla.' arbet Shop on Washington avou
THusvllU Via.r ; style. W. H. SwilsJk: Co.
"': Titusville, Fla. F.. H. HOLT**, Titusvirie. ,




t-'LAJf' &*.*** v."*-

f -

r l'' e1 ,
1 ..

f;' .

_ _4'
t _, EAST COAST ADVtM A=rJC. JULY 22, 1901.
i :' .' .
-------- -

mental calisthenics.. Bridge Work and Play.
Free and light .. 'The'Gould Ducks A ..._.... School ..... -
'. whist would do very well. I The went preachment ,of Russell
Masons. Howard Gould chiefly distinguishedas This song U. being; suug at the first U.S. SENATORS.
Accepted not recommend that be play; : for money. wherein he
of being the of his father and Inheritor sage opposed vacations U higher school of Tokyo says the St. J. P.Tfcllaferro. ...... ./......... ....Jacksonville.
Let him make his games a source MOT ,lIt-tly! valuable for some of the really 8. K. Mallorjr.. ... ...... .. .. .. .Peunacola..
of the paternal mil James Gazette:
recreation and amusement. a wad of
tine answers It has called forth No
"A llHtlnRUlHlieil physician whom I lions threatens to break Into the hell| I Asa hi. Bhlklshlma and other ships) Robert W. Paris.... ............ .... ..Pulatka.
Indian No. 00TltusTUle spends vacation In the manner one particularly cares for the Sage Kicked the billow. of the Yellow sea 8. 'Sparkman. ............. .... .... ..Tainpa.
know of Fume nt another entrance. He Is leI"'l hI. tor the simple reason that no one And sank the Russian ships. Wm. B. Lamar........ ..... ..... ... Montlce .o,
'!' River : f' which I have just described going to not endowing universities and talking Lo. the Japan sea U calm and green. V. 8. LANO OFFICE.

ii bed at about 11 o'clock every night to Sunday school classes like another .In ttcclally desirous' of becoming the H. 8. Chnbb.. .................. .... ...Reglitter.: "
Lodge.' Florida. and be returns"to his duties freshened Sage type of iiniii. Some would not object Let us burn Vladivostok.Let In Har' W.RoblnHoa,... .. .. .. Hecetver.
does his Russian soldier
i distinguished millionaire nor us bury the Oltlcee at Gainesville Florida. .
Hold. Its meeting the second and fourth Friday and invigorated to hnviiiK his. money although bin.:
t of each mouth, a>. their room, Indian. Hirer the of vacation I distinction come from his donations to Into SiberiaWhat FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
to length a It march deep
"As \Itself Is. and we
o'clock m. UIOIItOI'; becoming less B8A .... .... ...
it Hotel Titus'Ule,tt 7 OO p. libraries that bin name above the Russia doT E. N.Dlmlck, Palm <'b. Senator.
.,h T. K.Sakdors, Worshipful/ Muter. think that the average American carry lens a goal toward which real men aDdWODlt'1I can W. M.Jones, Tltnsvllle...... .. Representative..
j K, A. Morgan Senior warden. should take at least four weekL" door. The Gould renown proceeds striving. But If grubbing Then our glory will rise high EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

M. S.Ham,Junior Warden. from a more bumble and lens eXpE'nalTr119urclt. are Then our enmity will be cleared off. Wm.8.Jennings..... ...... .. .. .. ...Oovei nor.
J. M. Dixon: Traaitnrer.J. dollars Is to make of each one a man Our golden people stand to arm! H.Clay Crawford...... .....Secretary of state.
R.Walker Secretary.jr. Cows Off the Street or N' Station. Ity the way, it Is startlingly our 'Yamato people. W.V. Knott......... .... .. reasurer.James .
r.. O.M.)Taylor U. ck.Chaplain.Henlnr Deaoon. President L. B. Johnson of the Nor original at least for a millionaire. It with the Russell Sage viewpoint and Here We are are the swords vfrtuous- nation of the far H. Whltfleld.... .... .. Attomey.nenerol.WN.Bheats.Supt.Public .

R. E. Mime, Junior Deaoon. and Western railroad baa made outlook of life then'from such a fate Inntructlon. ,
folk is-now hold your brE'uth-lt Is raisingducks. east. B. E. MCLIn..Commissioner.egricultnm.
O. H. Walton Senior Steward the Iloanoke (Va.) city council a unique "good Lord. deliver us!" Lo. on our Fujiyama the snow Is divinely Alone> C. Croom......,.... .........Comptroller.
A. A. Stewart, Junior Steward. Now, a vast.multitude of people white.'Voting J.Clifford R. Foeter.... .. ..Adjutant-General.
P. W.KobertJf,Tyler. proposition which will probably be> accepted For all this there are some good doctrines
: : raise ducks. But one raises Gould John Bradford..8arveyurdlener.l.
r i M. Wooten. Marsh" Bays the Richmond TImes-DIe- In the Sage gospel of work-for R.E. RoI'e..... State Chemist
: I ducks Just what the difference Is nobody ohms atTaliaha.ee. Florida.
"I be said "to begin -
patch. am ready, example, these:
I roituER or KASTKKN MTAK.JPrlundHhlp oncethe construction of a new exactly knows. But there Is a SUPREME COURT JUDGES
k hold at If a' man will only take an Interest In M. H. Mabry... .... .... .. .. ...Chief Justice
Chapter No. II, Its m meeting.. 100.000 depot here It the council will difference. The Wuidorf-Astorla and his work-Iov. It-h. will not need any. F. B.carter..... ....... .. .. .Associate Justice.B.K.Taylor. .
in the Masmilo/ Ijxlue room Titimrllla. n tin .... ... .... ..
... ..
Unit and third Tuesdays In euoli monr.h at 7'Kw. : agree to past and enforce an ordinance .other of the swell New York hotels thing else to recuperate him. and men Ir .
;,{ m. Toe following are the ofllcera of ,theChapterl to keep cows out of tbe streets of the will ,buy nothing but Gould ducks. Is who learn to love their work Invariablysucceed. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

r Jefferson M. Rrowne'ehalrman,.. ., Key West
Mr*.M.;A. Berlm M>ur, W.M. >' city. not that a difference? It is presumed A mnn shpultl' work "ea.,." be eco- R. Hudson Burr.. .... .. ... .......Little? River.
i V. A. Moran, W. P. that there 1s Home reason why they nomical it his time conserve his forces .J. M.Bryan... . .*. ... .. ........KlMlninive.
i f 1 Minn y II V John Mn K.M.K.Dixon Wllaon.Treasurer.Mln Benratarr. twilight1 growinglonger every day. will not. It may be on account of the that make thwhalr gray. Headquarter and offices' at Tallahassee, FU,

KaMHtewart. OnduoU-em. A alga sweetheart that you're not faraway name the ducks bear; then It may be The doctors may recommend a changeof CIRCUIT COURT
v4 N Mr.. J. Kline, Associate Con. brilliantly colored air for a man when he's sick but why Minor 8.Jone.'fltusvllle..ClrcJltJnde.
f owing to more !
I I ; Mri.J. a. Walker Ruth. About six -weeks I guess.. TOM know .be sick? Sickness Is an Irreparable lose J. D. Begin. Orlando.....Pronecntlnr Attorney
Mrs. Gee W.Bundle Ada that I plumage a more cultured quack or'acertain 'of time It I had a thousand tongues( I'd Spring, / Term-Fourth Monday In March.

{ Mm.Mr*.J.Oeo.I.. M.rarrnttmr. Rohhln..,Martha.Ksilier.Mn. Am apt to run acro. you In July high bred quality off the meat preach "Have time" with them all It's Fall form-Fourth Monday.In October

s'1 F. A.MorKa"I..nbal.MI. } About the fifteenth or the sixteenth, say. Itself Whatever it Is the Gould Infinitely more valuable than money. BREVARD CObATY "...unT.A. .

." Alnph Mlinn, Jil; cta. ril see you walking on the beach some Commenting on Mr. Sage's opposition .D.Penney........ .... ....County Judge,
1' O. H. Walton. Warder night. ducks have the call, and that Is what I). L.Oaulden.... .. .... ,Prosecuting Attorney.
yi Mm. T.T. Wetmore, Bnntlnel. The breeze aswlshlnground your dresseswhite. counts In New York. It that to mention. a new York nerve specialist A. A. Stewart....... ..... County Clerk.
I J. L. Camitlien Chaplain. appears
_ ,4 ++ makes the point thatthe average Spring Terra-Second In May.
And a. I pass) perhaps) you'll sorter smile. Mr Gould hits a farm down at Sands Summer Term-Second, Monday: In August.
And then perhaps I'll sorter do the same. period of rest of Americans Is not given Fall Terra-Second Monday In November
That night I hang around the desk awhile Point Long Island where he breeds to rest at all. but even" to harder labor Winter Term-Second Monday: in February
And read the register to learn your name.I and raises his ducks scientifically. Now COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
jE o than the work time. Ue says: avoid'
ptroN dark air. a scientific duck Is not exactly a novel. women may R. E.Mlms, Superintendent.......Ronaventnre.
b. or
wonder dear, will you Give heed all who no from offices and Members i J. M.Dlxon, chalrmanTltuavllle;
And whether you'll. have straight or. curly ty; neither Is a scientific quack1. But a counting rooms to blister your hands at much sickness and pain, says R.N.Andrews, Cocoa j J. K *ulta,Sprucebluff.

t Oltii hair Gould scientific duck-Including; the the oars to roam the woods and to returnat COUNTY COMMJ"8JO"' EB8..r. .
This summer you are due to be a blond; Miss Alma Pratt if they will
m\\a'5IP1ESSo In even years I am especially fond quack-Is so decidedly novel that It nlsjht! to your summer hotels worn out R. walker chairman Tltusvllle) John R
muchcar. by the toll of the day. That Is not recreation have faith in the of Mlot, Inillanola; R. A. Conkllno:, Tillman;JohnC.
Of bldnds, but dark will do. I don'. So that tb jyoung only use
.. brings -a fancy price and after your vacation you will Jones,Quay; J. K, Bull. White City. Regular
millionaire's diversion is not exactly come back to the city more weary than sessions are held H rat Monday lu each monte
But. to proceed nest night there'll be a ; Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable .
when went In searchof
you were you away
dance, philanthropic or for his health health and strength BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
-It' And I'U'tl'lt some one when they get a who Insinuate Compound.Judging A. D. Penney Titusville'. ;. .... .. .County Judge|( ,
j chance There are certain envious/ones/ An editorial writer In the Chicago D. L. Onuidun TlrusTllle;. ,. ..,. Pros Att',.
t To Introduce us. Then I'll dance with that Mr. Gould has cornered A. A. Stewart Tltuevllle. ...County Clerk.
Nf Tribune Is moved to assert the' "right from the 'letters she fa J. F. Woiiten Cocoa ... .. .. .. Tax Assessor
: you .. wit. the duck market cornering being hereditary to be lazy." After passing In review receiving- from so many young girls E. W. Hull. Tltnsvllle.' ..... .. .Tax Collector.:
And get rid of some seonndhnnd John Henry Tltusvllle. ,::. .... ..Treasurer.
; Upon the lawn we'll alt around till two. In the family But In this they the last century of nervous progress Mrs. Pinkham believes that our girlsare R. E. Minis Itonavertur .. Supt. !*iib. lust.
+ And when we leave we'll know that we do the young man wrong. lIe has only often pushed altogether too near J.U. Fries, Tl'usvllle,... .. County Surveyor.
yr1 YIML1a6eMM OaNd. are "It." wherein men spent their time In gainIng the limit of their endurance now. J. P. Hrown Tltusvllle.. ...... ... ...... Sheriff
u. cornered the New York hotels W. S. Norwoe.l l, TltuiMlle. nee Utratlon Ottlrer.TITUSVILLK .
the means to live, rather than In adays in ou publlo schools: and seminaries
A week or two will wear off some re.trnint.
d ,{SV'ltrwe'S living he advises: TOWN COUNCIL
make sudden The treasury department recently issued r*. A. "rnet.It'A\'O.. Van WorVv' marshal and
') And then some night I'll a Just try the grass, the sky and the Nothing Is allowed to interfere with tax collofltor It. K... Mini.. Jr., olurk and treat
o.Jt& Gni7Can1 feint a warning against counterfeit smoke. It I. strange how Babylon. Delhi," studies, the girl must be pushed to the nror; John Henry, tax Mttimnri. J. R. Walker,
And clap you In my arm. and hold yovtlght F. A. K' P. JHeliand.1.L,
which is being Rome, London and Chicago pass before organ A.Hratly,
quarters with the country front and graduated with honor; often
,+ l 1..PwmfJ you as unessential phantoms! It Is strange Carruthers. wtnncitnKMi' The council meets
r I'll bet you'll kirk ind any' It Isn't right! flooded, that are HO cleverly made how the human soul your own soul; physical collapse follows, end it takes first Tdesdny In each month.

1i That I'm a trifler, but I'll swear I ain't. an expert can scarcely detect them. seems, after all, to b..the one thing which years to recover the lost vitality TITU8V1LLB: HOARD OF) TRADE.!:

Sweetheart. It I. predestined we will simmer m..etAnd col. these manifestations of energy Inclose often it is never recovered.. Miss Pratt O. M. Ki"tu., president. hi. Dlxon' treun-
i each other the This will be hard the church
love through
on and. which mu.t be nourished by them to lIl.yl.-- nrer.J. O. Bast secretary. Meets srvm.d'4ed.! .
RECIPE FOR VACATIONS sweet lections. ,: It. full strength t nesilay, nlghc In each month at their rooms.
1i We'll go away each vowing to be true Stevenson's essay on Idlene. and La "DEAR MBA. PIAE11AM-I feel it
t As long ns time shall last and we are I ITarge's book on the right to be lamy- tell all yoinjr women how "
my ..
living; A great deal of humor la being squandered those are the documents which form the dutlto: ... E. IMnkham's won- :
Nerve Specialist Recommends We'll' writ. each other for a month or on wireless telegraphy, featherless new human declaration of 'Independence.Work derful ,vegetable Compound has
two '
And then will cut It out about ThAnksfrlv. hens seedless oranges boneless Strenuousness I. good Is good.Mr. Kipling Mr. Roosevelt Is right Is done for me. I was completely rundown RRYSSEE'DS
1 Downright Indolence. Ing. Cornell Widow. 'the but I unable. to attend school and did
I fish tailless dogs and like theya11aro' right. But strenuous work Is only wateron
the soil of the .oul. Is there to be> no not care for any kind of society, but
the jokes
J Tbe Dlotlnic of H.l 0..... not so bad as jolntless time for reaping the cropT now I feel like a new person and have I
ADVISES MORE: HOU 3 OF SLEEr Pet dog* reiiulru to be put ou a starvation Concerning them. Try the grass, the .ky and the smoke. gained seven. pounds of flesh in three
Try the sight of the moon hanging blood :
diet well months.
occasionally, us amen MALL
-- Do We Bat Too Macht red over the black pit of the lake. Try
und women, said a fancier who'makes the society of men when they are neither '. I recommend it to all :ypun NEEDS
I IF. Joaeph Collins) I>*clar_ Averaa a" specialty of doctoring pets. Physiologists say that tbe Japanese clients nor employers nor employees nor women who suffer :from female. weak- Experience ha. established It BeHold

'+ American .Takes Too Meek Rxerclne "Xlne timer out of ten when a present the most perfect physique of customers nor patron. Try that newest ness."-Miss ALMA !PRATT Holly a .rw4 by all dealers.. Yon

1 I In III. Il..lld.r. llrllexres Font woman rushes In here and tells m* any race In the world, writes Robert and that oldest of remedies for the shakn. Mich.eooe( forfeit If original of aboaf" MMf euw-th..y 11:1'0': 1804 Seed..
muddled the free
spirit- remedy prescribed.In Annal.postpaid to all -
Webster Jones In the Jane Housekeeper. rating gtnuintnttt cannot t*proeeosd.FONFX .ppUcan
\V.e... stt Leu> Should I). pent lai that her dog Is poisoned I cnn see, at the verse, "And Isaao went out to med ---- --- ---- -- t..
+ Ilelnxatlon from the y....'. Work. a glance that It'a nothing but a case Most of tbe diseases common to Itate In the fields at eventide." It will be D. M. FERRY &. CO.
i ) of uvel'r..t>tllnjf. ,I put the dog\ on a the Occident are unknown among the strange how the thtcklsh, suffused. blindIng ESR. DLTROIT MICH.

li r; Give lived all who KG trom ottlci milk and water diet for two weeks subjects of the mikado and this happy i themselves vapors to of the the spirit bottom will and precipitate how the Cures Coldsi Prevents Ph.u", ".'"*

and counting rooms to blltiter your make up n Dimple prraciP.itlou for the condition they themselves attribute to plrtt Itself will stand forth clear steady -'"---

c i hands at the oars, to roam the wood.. owner to take home with her pet whenI the tact that they eat sparingly and and radiant.

q ;' and to'retuni at night to your sumaier nui through with It und collect $2.1.:! only of plain nourishing food. A Japanese on Climb It all.a Who high Is mountain that desk and worm look.down boring MISSING WORD, CONTEST.

;, hotels worn out by the toll of the day. Do I tell her sot Certainly not. She visiting in {this country Is appalled away with aa much prospect over other

s That In not rucruutlon &ml after your wouldn't believe' me If I did Women at the quantity of food consumed by his things .. If he were an angleworm In a

y vacation you will com'o buck to the rich enough to stud their pets with host In ,one day. Especially Is be im I clod Myself 4 \ 4 PRIZES offered for
This Is a revelation. Therefore It
city wore weary than you were when candy and such things like to think pressed with the extravagance of our be believed only when It I. experienced.can A \J A

you went away in search of hl"nltb and that they know more about the ailments poorer people. In Japan meat once a the correct solution.
Possibly the secret of It all Is to leant
trength. 1r' 1 of their. "ldos and their Princes day; is a luxury even among'the well .

Mowing and hunting and flailing oil than I do."-New York Tress. to do. the proper combination of work and

{' day long and late Into the night are! play. Make your work piny. Live the Tropical Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great health

I well enough for thane wbo are accustomed TI.. l'.rrrWalter.. California Prune Wafers soul! life even while tolling with the Drink METTO will pay all prizes. The contest open to

to such efforts but, for nine- The complete waiter like the angler bruin and the hand. Review your All. It's free. to You
_ and the poet !III born not made, fortunately Cure liver disease and all stomach .
tenth> of what: may be termed the "va forces from within. There Is such ir '
troubles; they act gently but surely FIRST PRIZE.
; cation class" nothing could be worse.These however for the comfort of strengthen the bowels and stimulate thing as rest and r recuperation In labor. '

are reflections of a nerve specialist the world, a great waiter Is born 11 them to healthy action. 100 Wafers :25o To the first, one sending the correct answerwe| willl give a Ib1'8ullul.llfo(
cable good deal more frequently than a great I size picture In gilt frame entitled "Purity.."
inHplred; by dlitpatchcfi at. Ked Cross Pharmacy Tltusville. A Pennsylvania ;young man killed .
telling bow Mr. Arthur Balfour the poet. ,Moth must have a remarkable ( This picture Is symbolical of Metto the great health drink
i himself because his supper, was not which "beuenta all and contains no dope or harmful drugs.
combination of The
British prime minister, spent bin vacation fncultlur perfect
at the waiter must handle the knife like a I ready on time. It Is probable that he Is To the next 5. . ... . . . . . . . 41.00 each
L Letoquet
near Etaplcs, on skilled Burgeon; plates, dishes forks, I now In a country where the cooking Is 5. . . . . . . .1 'quart Wetto each
coast of Normandy says tile New York 20. . . : . . . . 1-a pint Metto each
Herald. The prime minister bud bill and vpooim like n conjuror; know as done with hlul. sujnclent promptitude to "0. . . . .r. . .-. . ,1 1\141110 Ticket each
chocolate In bed every morning at halt much of tile dishes he serves as any Pains satisfy Inasmuch as It Is understood .

past 10 o'clock read novels until half epicure; be ns quick on his feet as a Dragging to be a continuous performance. IT.S..YOU I

past 12: then dn4Hed and did a little ballet girl and ns sweet In his temperas
r' PEOPLE... ...KNOW A GOOD........WHEt THEY... ...IT ARE
nu angel. It Is tribute to the
work for an hour had luncheon at a a possibilities The funeral of a Chicago man was

of human nature to that USERS OF..IN..COOD.. ... ........
quarter pant 2: o'clock ami started out say 2825 Keeley St., attended by four ex-wives. This maybe .SUMMER. .,

_ ,f f In ,his motor car for the )links, where such Admirable! Crlchtons can be CUICAOU, ILL., Oct., 21902. called polygamy on the Installment

: he played golf until 7 oVlock In the found.-London Telegraph.Prayer autfervd with fiUliiifr and congestiO.l Cut out this Coupon Hit In the blank\
If It
,' evening. lie tllntd at halt past 8 In a of the womb with severs plan. continues, matrimonial partners spaces. ono word to each blank space NAME ........... ..... ....... .. ... ....
C leisurely fashion and played bridge nod Praetlee. ruin i through the proini. I suffered will be selected for a certain fixed the whole to make an appropriate sentence e

t whist until o'clock In the morning "Did the deacou pray at the meetIng terribly at the! time of men-' term unless sooner divorced out of of adveitislng Jletto and mall to p. 0 .......... .......................... .. .. .
?" strnutio-n..had blinding headachesand fice. the TROPICAL H'FO. CO.,
"There la a little too much bridgewhist
running of blood to the brain. U West Adaino Street ''
In that vacation for most men." "Yep. Wound up his prayer with a What to try I knew not for it writer Jacksonville, Florida County......... ..........State .... .. .......
plea to help us'overlook the faults o' A '
ne asks how
aid Dr. JoHOph Collins, whORe specialty seemed that I had tried all and long

I Js American nerves, "but In other others. failed but 1 had never tried Wine couples should be engaged Judging by J2rKemember the first 101 correct answers received gets the prizes. Senttln;

N respects the prime minister' plan Hnn Well, be .illua does that. of Cardui that blessed remedy for the number of divorces now Issued your answers at once. to tbe

( tr .l<1l"al one. The American vacation "I know but as soon as he got up sick women. 1 found it pleasant they should be engaged long enough to TROPICAL

1 has too-little rest In .It The average from his knees he turned around an' to take and soon knew that I had change their minds. It would MANUFACTURING CO.,

American who takes a vacation goes scowled at Ileasley's baby! because it the right medicine. New blood them save 14 West Adams Street, .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Boemetl to through veins changing afterward.Ion .
out from his office, where! be baa agent squawked once or twice while be was my

i the night winter he goes and through from morning every violent until pray In',"-Indlanapollut' Sun.A and was a after well using woman.eleven bottle I the man held captive OSE ,L TTst7. & 0 6-j:' .

form of exercise be can find, thinking Iladleal. O4 by; the Moorish brigand was once a a .le w. Bay: at:, JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.N4IULLQT8. .

that It l.s good for him lie will go ."He poses aa reformer, doesn't her' .fU. -\I street railway promoter In Georgia. He

back to the city looking bronzed ant! "Oh, he's worse than a reformer ought to be able to give the bandits

apparently In good health" and within Ills Idea would upset the whole so Mrs. Bush i it now in perfect points on methods of getting money '

I clal end business worId. lie says If because she took Wine of ,.
three days he Id more tired and fagged health from the public.
than he was when be went nway.Till he' had his way he'd put In Jail every Carded for menstrual disorders 0 t
body who ougbt to be there."-Philadelphia lDp SSPREPAID
t '. subject of vacation Is one of Press.' bearing down pains and blinding There la more or less hypocrisy In all 4 '

great Interest, and It In one to which, headaches. when all other remedies men, but it U most apparent In the bald '
tIv' regret to any Americans give too little Even Thai lido Work. failed .to bring her relief. Any man who takes a long lock of hair

I i attention."Let the whose working hours "Did you do nothing to resuscitatethe sufferer may secure health by taking from over bls left ear and plasters It

i 'j man body'* was asked of a witness ata Wine of Cardui in her horn. across his skull
have been given to Intellectual occupation .'
1 stay In bed as many hours of coroner's Inquest. The Ant bottle convinces! the patient

1 the twenty-four when on his vacation "Yes' lrwe: searched the pockets," she is on the road to health. A Texas scientist has discovered that
I was the reply.Mrs. .
; its he conveniently can. AV are all For advic in caws requiring the tramp Is a disseminator of disease

: 1 creatures of habit and few of us cant Rxa.pt. special directions, address giving microbes. The laziness germ Is the-

t sleep more than eight hours. If a man : KnlckcrVa: your new gowna !symptoms "The" Ladies' Advisory tiobo's biggest: card In the microbe

t j can sleep at least ten hours when on Rood IIlU Mrs. Dockel'-Lovel Jack'sbduk IVpkrtment; The Chattanooga came.
his. vacation HO much the bvtUr. Let Medicine Co., Chattanooga Term. _
account shows just 73 cents left r
i I blrn' rille at. say 0 o'clock In the mornhi. Escaped Throng* m T ekaieallly. f '' ,!
Smart Sot.
I ;;, breakfast and give his morning/ to WIPJE:1.CARDUIfOLEYSIIONIYAN "1>1<1 ;young Mr. Klcbun refer to the Y i1rd +

4' JUl< lenee. He needs downright lull Claaelflvd.Charlie abject: of love and marriage asked

j lotice more than anything else. Th -Papa the Whites hare a her confidential friend.

; ,I p' rrnoou may lx given to light eserf new nUl'le. Papa-What 1* she son- "No" said the Vassar girt. "If be d i'r !

>. Hr.oh: PS golf or tennis, and not to French or German? Charlie don't TAR had referred to It, I should not bare

I'' lv :..M nf toll. He tnny then lre, s for know, papa I think she'a.broken LUgUIh.Ute. -- let him- get away He only alluded to
Uuuer rind vpeuU the evening lo_come .top.lI.e cough aDd heal.10... It"-exchange. Aeentafor the Pabst Brewing Co. i


k :J

\ ., ,. .

mwr ,



---- ,
-- ---- -

Professional Cards. NOTICE, TO CONTRACTOltS Shcrlff'si Safer I 1\: '. -"urIn\ le "Held. Ve better I I '*" 100 JCowiird 100.

Jlllilt1;t married, )hev." I IIt .t'. .
The readers of this will be
WIM n niichiy, effort! for the wooerM paper
EO.: M. KOBBIXS, Working Public Roads HrtTurd Connty. : AND RY VIRTrK: OF AX E3CKCI Between Two pleased to 1IuDb, ,,' there Is at least one
USDP.R "tttlt '
G Itiaued out of the Covnty tHurt orrlrevsnl (" not ),1 ",)!"e the woood.," "IIyi I
SEALED BIDS WII L BK RKCRIRD BV county, Klorhla, Win Della .,l van .v r"-' ,-. M'IS; I. OottlM. ?, War.- dreaded dUease. that science has been ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR R. Waikrr CtMiMnmi ..r ih. Mown of Lindsay l and her huahaud Thoiuaa unrina. anplatutllT -
County romtiitixilunen Mr ,"al'd County, *. and .1 T. rUmxxt li rtefenda.*. I na\ < StoolsBy >'iV:)' you ,io.'e, ,relics. ? I>MI> only Inter able to cure In .all its stages, and that lacnlairh.

AT LAW. Plorldn. until, 'Io"a,,. Anm t 1st. 1_. st levied upjn and will sell at public anMMion fur ..tJu'. A.-n. vrotn the bract .fl u do Hall's Catarrh Cure I. the only
noon for the lollinrtnic roatt work tee Hoard easy to the highest and best blilner hefnre! the I
Will practice In State and United States nwerrlng the right to r*jtHit any arts. all bid t Konrt-houiie. door In the town o! TltnaTHIe, "t1 4LCC BRUCE lui.-.liiofo: uie n'ln'r! lU the stowCk.nteube. I positive cure known to tho medloal

Court ROAD DISTRICT SO.: I. THE FIRST MONDAY 1i:!! AUGUST 9"4, 'Uh'' toot ''''"1'. 1'uaullue"Tot% fraternity CAtarrh being a constitutional
OI1III1Y.. hit : ha! What vor" we ge Office at TITU8VU.LB FLA. COXTBACt: : MO I.Roalt all that tract of land lying In Brevard"county, Copyright, HUM, by T. C.M.i< lure disease, requires a constitutional
fftJu Florida, and described a*lot Iowa : t
Tlttmvtll to conth 1..nftalIne of treatment Hall's Catarrh cure Is takel'1IlIlernlllly
dlntrlol to, I lit! clvnroil olt, anil frmul rruui brush. beginning; eight chain. west awl three andaewiityMv <>rii4>biil in his tilt....' i>, ,

D. L. GAULDEX, I and In tI..I..f'IIt.IItI weeds three oonilitlou.COXTRACT tliiian.a year. Road to !>. kuut 'quarierof* one hundredths thethiutheantiU chain|south rteruf of ,the heN..rth..t I "Oh. niyP! Blghetl the Widow Stahl.! Thn'lIh.IIt"1 ..tiottlleb: "pen, I ..unij.Kllrlllil.u (. blood acting directly upon the
and surfaces of the
Northwest qnatter of !Section 4. Towuahlp :tt H for the widow was In the throes. of a ,1' mucous' system
no. 2. hang s 8 K.. tI.en""an "north three ami" twelveand thereby destroy I the foundationof
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW "l:l\lrlllll. hey? muvnil Pauline with up;
a half nna-huitdredth chain. thence W..at dilemma. She had lovers two of them
Kwplnit' In repairs' the mail from the llmrt* of thirty-two chain, tlivtine North ah....."" twelve a cliimwy "II rill:. ".\dl. val she lOam the illnfline, and Riving; the prttientstrength
Will practice in all the Courts of the State the Town of ritimrllle to L.. ot Florida,anft the United States Court .1t..1I1.from LOran. nail., cniin-h old' 1 to lnih Mlini.. nmrleiil.ai Car.a the thirty.two chain to the point of 'MlItI..nl"lI'' ,containing of affection and rvspovt In tho bill- you Gottlleli. She jooiup at you You by building\ up the constitution
t ruts rli"lle 1, 0 BOB. 235. TITU8VILJLK, FLA. e rt. and the trark furuied bv horses tramping. | the defendant ten auras, and more the or aaiue lea a*will th I* property' of to once she had vel.rb'll I. tbl1IUI.I found .k'III her! j' and asslfttlmr, nature iu doing its work. k I
> be tilled up anil. kept in KOO<| order a* ulten satiety. said eam; ,utlon. Hlniniel! .\ few utoluof.'ta later ni The'' proprietors have ao much faith In ),
as needed neither wanting Tip, up went (Joltlleb llntened
J. P. BROWN ate to the alow muvrtiilnBliutlle
T J. WEBB, CONTRACT jco. 8. Sheriff of Krevard (....""t)'. Flutlda. down went linn Tip, up wi.ut of his heavy\ feet trailing down Its curative! ponrors, that they offer One

Piibllo, road from Mima' tu Six! Mile creek to .. flans, down went Gottlieb Tip, sternly!* the wixxlen, Itllllr.' the widow wuvored.Should Hundred ollars for any case that It j
AT/TORNEY-AT.LAW be kept up an a Ihlntalxaii. road. falls Send for list of testimonial
: to
I'utilio road from six Mile creek to Volurla Notice.' ounce to ounce they weighed Will practice In the Courts of thus: 7th county Hue(via rahtwira Slouirh), the .lil KnterI A very bait would sway them."Ach.ftloy lie had soon the nd Unit tier uncle .*. Address F. J. CIIKNNV A:; Co., Toledo
for >rine road to he kept up a> a fourth ola>* rnad.COtTBACT O. Ilap'd family, Pills are the best.
Circuit. Taxes paid non-residents THE: CIRCUIT WRT IN AND I FOil) both be ROot vor lumlmmls.Ylch in the paper. Ills wits n sordid atom Iy"Soltl! by druggists! 7to.It's : ,
and Tents aDd accounts collected. KO. 4. IN Hrevanl County "Iorio I... beat, hey I don't know now." act loot, chUHt the thing fur the "
Public road from DeHoto Grove to ""lover In Chancery.ROM )
Trruarn-LE, FLORIDA. oanal and VoliMla oouuir line, to be kept uu aaat Thompson. ) ate ruuaetl. '"Gottlieb he hunt a varni.drre spinster. KatHna. for' her Pauline, des, 4, .J" '
thlrd-olaia) road. vs. { Mill for Divorce. hundred acres, two horn, mnu' tits ntlll the ImndHOino flans. drew hon. "
Ales Thonp.onNotice ) i
D. PENNEY, riNrrttAfT :<0. S. to Non-Realdnnt. cow som' pig an* be york hard; he died acres. 1I11.ln Tnrm!

A. Keeping In repair the road from R.Ilr," iI 1c."Alnlf..t To AI.... Thompson : plow no much. Ach but Hnnn, he boat A month l>i>..Hiil. The four iiiHertlonspeterti ,
RoW""...'* to the end of ahull road. You are hereby r,4dred to lo the Itlll tint f'' .#
appear much too alretty an HIIIIM must havo
ATTO: EY.AT-LAW, at Mini. Old run In tho marled. or ahelled of Complaint tllu you In the out. Heen : ;
part and the track formed by ho....... tramping above entitled cause ou or before the harder: he plow no much an Uottllt>b. them one at least; every furtuer read
TlTUSniLE, i FLOBIfoA needod.to be. Ailed up tud kept In Kuoil. order. often.* 26TH DAY OF AUGUST A. D. J804. Elder vootl (Ux Oh, my!" And again the Vexterti Prairie news Still Huns _

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th CONTRACT so. 6.TobnIMfl The a RAW* the COAST uewapaperiu. ADVOOATH which la this hereby order, dealg.nated shell. the! widow alghetl. did cot come, lit Anlstutunry weekend "t

Judicial Circuit. IM publliibed once each week for eight" ; COIIBOCUttve Now of the well matched rivals!. hart VlMltM. even. he omitted, and noletter .
( V) one and one fourth mile. of .
A marl road on the road. south of Tltnavllle beIIiunlnR Wit week."e.* my hand and coal of olfloe this. the working liana was thrOIlIlII'r and no explanation, .nothing. He '. : I l
at the end ot present rook and marl" the handsomer but (Gottlieb If be r
: I4th day of June 114. was must bt sick declared the wUlow '
.G A. FROST, rod.to The the grading side I, leaving mnat be cenb-r done two from((2)nnntor Inches ofroad [Saul (.'t-. Ct 1 A. Clerk A. STEW Circuit ART Court. older and of coarser tuber wan more Two months p14xserl.Yah Fort ,

higher than aide. toad to he nine (a)fiat wi.... By O. A. Stewart Deputy Clerk. 18 st ardent, more noticing of the small Hanv vas nick! She would! .' .,.. \\1
ATTORNTEY-AT-LAW, The marl must be seven ((7)) Inches deep In neuter
and six ;,6) Inches deep on aide or road. ---- things no dear to a woman's soul and make some soul, und Mhp. would go to } "!
Will practice In all the Court. of the 7th leaving; center of road tnr.e ((3)) Inches hi. her Notice It nolther\ had rapped tlxi inoinentoiiu him since he could not come to ber ,, '.
than .. ... The aldva of road to ha banked with "
Judicial Circuit. sand drawn out In ffradinir. Nothing but good question right cunnlpiily hail Gottlieb. Bo armed with n pull of Gottlieb's / '
Trrusvii.z.K, FLORIDA.. quality marl toilet be uaed. approached It Y.nh ;yah much nearer delight Mile bought the bashful bachelor ; .:) .
THE CIRCUIT COURT IS:! AND rtU) BgIG than liana had ever dared to ; -
ROAD DISTRICT !oil O. 2.COXTRACT IN yard I"lorl.IIn go.Tiuillne'oju In his den. ,
County Chancery
E. FOSTER : :(O. T. In re petition nt Ettle Alderman to beamea day be had \ventured She.found him robust, quite cheery,
QTEPI1RN : ?. Free ))....I"r. Till mime inning to> lie beard. with a (grin all over bin varun\m face and snioklnkr n corncob'plp You!
Keeping up public road from north boundary It I I' ordered and deoreed' that this prayer of iliepetition )
ATTOltXEY-AT-LAW,; nt Couiuilmilonnr'a District No. :8, to north \ be icranteil, and the t boundary of Coooa town llmlta. Tlilfl road. to be ter herein I lie confirmed, I"bHC: the said KileAldurman.I I vlsh J geti .mine dinner vrom ;you" ly "What vor )'OIJ'rlarhtl'n nisi What 11.//.
Dyal-Upchurch Uulldlog Jax.JACKSONVILLE worked twice a year. fourteen (14)) feet wide., hereby gran'ed alli'vrmea. a free r6
dealer .and\ i* hereby empowered. and l lwiared.| to "lat) vas near, ver' near, vas. It not' Tor you stay away vrow Pauline ;' 4 .
FLA. CONTRACT no. 8. be a free dealer In every respect, and. to take "Ach bud Hans! Jinn van cheat no Replle Huns rudely putting an eye ;
road tram Month charge of and manage ber own estate and properly I
Keeping boundaryof
public .
lip awvul handsome too te-he-lie! snltf '(4
the olive tinted
town of Couna to It/navunture.s. This road to and her diaabilltlea aa a married woman removed. smarting doud past ( .

S.' BURNHAM, M. D. be worked twice a year, fourteen '.)feet wide. Done.and ordered Cllamben. at THuaville, gered the widow, and certainly In the face so near bin. own: "Your uncle, out .

T\J. OUHTBACT :yo. 0. Florida, till June W, IWM.tlMt heoplsu glances, the fro
from MINOR; JONES, like pressures. of Ma horny hand, In hU. Tip, up went Huns. DRINK I _. ......_
puhlll road K. M.
;SURGEON: and SPECIALIST, Keeping ur Whalev's: Judge of said Court. 8
place. to south )H>nn trice NoJ: on Merritte laland. Thli. road to be
Ear None and Throat. title.
"Yn-as. yu-as," atauimereti I'll U 1111",
worked twl e a year, nine ( ) feet wide
Wits PALM HKAOH, FLOHIDA.D Cull For Rids Hit bud chest no val I might be a ",'rli') H of tiny gulps linpt
IUDISTUII.'T NO S.I1otIT.ACr carevul. Von nefer knows" arguedthe usually glib respond. "I -Ivan. o-a- '
R. HOUQHTOVS :MO. 10. S ed up to noon of Moudav. AUK I I.11M. I. widow monniln', eh. eh bud, HUIIN.," she murtuurisl -
Road from Eau HalHe to rurnlniiiKiu Mound. ). fur the erection of al"lh.r') l noun. Hit Truly for this caution the widow seating her Hat, unifniceful tig-
-Ro .d tom K&a a clan road to he worked at leant. three of the Clerk of the Circuit Court The Board bad Ro d cause llefore marriage UIQ are .rloH benlde him on the mettle and !
FLOATING DENTAL1APAR'1'dENTd tliiien a year. From llovlne to 1'ernlniiiion reserves the right to reject, any end all bill. late Herr Stnul, like tho present milt searching. his stolid face for n tender
Mound to be kept till aa a durrAoelas.rad aI: JOHN It WALKER.Ch
bad In balance
the .
on the "Deutos," elgrtgfeet( ) wide. -All tote tu lie kept' free of l root. and brimb. Fla.July 14, 111IoI.UNIVERSITY \ and found "not wanting." After marriage 1"1'1"

Now AT DAYTONA. OOKTRAtT M" >. II. a Ions long practical HiTinon1 he Untie. moved away,

I, Road from Kill Dallle to Melbourne, to lie kept COLLEGE bad preached the text of which hail "Neln. nPlnl"'he' mutfered roughly.

T7 E. BUCK in order aa. a ant-oas road.OOXTRACT 0- been "the waste of precious love'" "1 hunt change my mind Pauline.\

I I jco. 12.: OF MEDICINE fcr.N AMEDICINEOENTIETWPHARMACI And note: "Loofe, looted Oh not; oh. Mine Onclw Charles never tell you

Stockton fe Budd Building, Main St., Road from Malabar to Valkarla, to he kept In ao!" sneered the widow "Mlt\ such 80 b.torbe own der Western Farmer THE GREAT

Jaoksonvllle. Rooms ll1 17. order. a flratmlaaa road.. tings rfs dat I baaf Dotting more to dol] ynht I Und Pauline von dollar
rMadwa L&bor t rU. l. chargof.(wcUUu. you HEALTH
DENTIST. oow+RAirr so.' 13. / Qub 8)ril m. Superior Clink Neon neln!l" you pay mine onl.It.'l'vor' you'tu Hkutt-
Road from Valkarla Mli-co be
to to kept up asa
Hrat-itbuiiioad., I Btdild Caching In our own HotpllmLFnrilrt For her man, Gottlieb or Hans girt oncle'a ad. '1...>ok out liana, lookout

Crown RD.II)Biidjte Work, CONTRACT MI 14. .il!"
Porcelain Inlays, vnsh close make ride goot soup clean your onclo IHH not died Pauline. Ven "IN THE GOOD .
Road from Sebastian to aouth line of Com
iligt.! -claBN Plate w"I'k.fOLEnIiONEY mlnaloner'a District No. 3, to be kept up as sflratclaaa MUST CAT: ARSENIC. house and do elitist so val a* abe could. I nee" your ad. I write to heeui. Mine

road. Bad loofe-neln, nelnt oncle, he no ttd vi..... Your uncle, he re- OLD SUMMER TIME. {
'ON'rRAC1' NO. ID. OJl....,,.. Makers ot the Polaavtwiild In a grinding matrimonial mill to b. .
ply1: hanf not died. I bnaf nottlng
Rnad from to and from' :tot Kami its Fnm... sure the widow bud been llnttencd.! '
Rowland Sebastian her advandiK. neln 11,-.... letter I
frr.AUdr.ar ..,.> cure. Mm ..-><.(*. I Sebastian kept free. from to Haifa roots HammiH-k.and ,icruba. All All rut washouts to be Eating' of ui'Mi-nlc In cominuii in Styrla. Not HO Gottlieb not so latin, and she Till read," concluded II""".

to be lirrueUlatnly repaired.OONTRAfT ; The Stjrhiiw iy' thnt Iiruenld forgot that, while to them the practl "Il")'! Huht! A letter! Y-your oncle *

:NO 16. makes one ,plunip.and comely' undone gh'et cal tide of the contract must bave Its M-tnlne oncle! IIl'yl"! stuttered t .
The Largest and Most Com. Road BtreiiKth for great excision/ such roseate hues, the loot9 side artlll would 4
on Merrltta Inland. Heirlnntnir: : at north the astonished HtruteKlMt tilting backward
nlere Establishment South line and running to aouth bo"n.lry. tlr omrni.. as runiilinf or mountain clliiiblnir.Rljrlu be the ronler., Such wall the casu. For other seat. '
nloner'a DUtrlct. No. 8. Road to he made twelveTaut IIIUdtl.ltl. ghrs! the world! r i1il
the tender feminine which
wldo wherever pomtlblA. All {portlona of signs never "Y-ynns'i und disgusted. haute arose
GEO. S. HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS mad near achool houses to be kept free of wads vest tiuuntltlex of urtieiile. The nianiifacturo came each bashful lover had waitt'lllonll' Crn"l1l il!

I during school month or IliU drux U lnd-Kil the niulnttyrlan and at last: "Ach, chuat BO val I Tint widow was between two stools. .-._,._ ._. Is a delicious. refreshing
ROAD DISTRICT NO. 4. ( Industry. Tliey who, make valt sow* longer. Von nefer know.; M 'I

CONTRACT! KO 17. arHunlo eat It. UK a rule, for, they nay Ton meter knows," each argued In his. Mull From- Kansas to -India**. i beverage madojfrom ripe 's

Keeping In rennlr the pnbllo road from north : Unit only the nrtioiilc enter van withstand turn. One of the queerest shipments of Saw Palmetto Derrle Absolutely free

b" line of rominlHaloner'a Olntrlct No. 4, the nrxtMilo fumes.' Now, to her name the Widow Htnhl Kanmm. product. that have 1 been went
to south line for I
boundary one
year Tin-no mukem and eaters of the drug bad nothing-no borne, no ..ow. no pig from Ilinporja: for n long/ time was a from pernicious, harmful drug Metto

OOITHACT: No. \\S. are oliJt'I-. 'hey have. a bloating and no dot. Hut, worst of all the marring two IniHliel suck full of rich Lyon county stimulates the Liter, Hushes the Kidneys .

mite( Keeping of the In town repklr'of the Port public Flame road toward. .from. fort the clear) color. They look niucll. younger", mangle bad squeezed from her that enrth from Will Williamson'. farm, ;

I Drum to Five Mile Slough, for one year.noNTltACT than they, lire subtle coquetry, the magnet of her sex, four lulled 'went of Emporia: which wilt acts directly on tho bladder. !

:MO. 19. "The foreman In a certain arsenic and, try an she might to extract: a proposal sent to a man In Indiana, says. tho To- Makes these. organ perform their function 1

are Keeping: In repair the pulilla road l from Fort factory told me that In bill boyhood, from ber cooling swains they pi'ka (('ii pitIL The Indlanliin oleo HU-

san Q Drum towards sort liens to Guinea creek, for When ho tint went to that plant, he returned only sheepish looks handclap curd MOIIIO Kansas alfalfa seinl 1 and In a natural way, thereby keeping ,

on. year. wait mlrlited to lie-in to eat arsenic lent and praise for t'ullnnry'.k III. will eerlment) with that' crop Thtt! t
r0NTRAIT'p..20.KerplnrInrepair : I. his health nutter from the fumes." Hiiya O'bone what was the system In perfect and Jiealthy con ;
: the'piiullo/ rout from Fort ; matter? alfalfa earth Is. linpri' ,;nintml with a
Pierce toward White City a* far a* south a toxk-ologlst. "lie did .begin, and hit I The widow steeped her bra Inn. kind of parnslte which lives on alfalfa dition.

OF boundary of Coiiinitanloner'N District. No. 4. tlrllt two or three small doitcH gave him I "Ach Gott,. the sordid loons!" It and which U a very gd thing/ for thvnlfulfrt .

Doors Sash Blinds.M lTRA''T: MO. 21. a sharp pain like a burn. In the stomach i was dowry they were utter To vnab bow'nnse the plant flourished

KeeplnrInrepair: tl public road.,from Fort I and till pain was. followed by : close, to make ride goot soup to clean on dead rill rusutt'a. The soil from the ..

& Building Material Drum. to tl""). trpinciiiloiiH huiiiccr and a violent dl..- bourn, to do cbust. no val as a woman dell' will be scntterml on the soil In t
( Hiding '
JOITRACT: RO. 32.: i axreeable es U"III"lIt. Hut n* liU. doHeMlncreaned can, was not enough for thorn-ach, which the seed, I h. planted thus helpingthe

Office; Warm'oums. King, oppumte trading:' and ahelllnK public road at halo .'.- In freijuency and, size theireffect stein! At last she understood.la plant's growth. /
tlon. Hid. to be per colds yard spread on road.' I There no the -Sold by- I )
Cannon Street.Charleston became pleasant. was old country the widow bad anoncle.

Contract No.'23, longer; pain or excitement. On the contrary Seventy years of age was the Cnllfornin 1'ruim Wafer # '

S. C. Oriilni{: and shelling public road from Verastatlonmriver. i there wan u ratenoua nppetlte. as oncle; and at seventy onclen sometimes Red Cross Pharmacy,
furnished by oountjr from Purely vegetable, they are
I.. C. Mums shell mound acres river fro". well as a mooil of Joyous activity die. To Gottlieb and. to Han of that product l and should be In story house' Tltusvllle, Fla. '
Sash Weights Cord au. Vero. Hid to lie per oublo yard spread ou road. wherein he could do three men's work. onrla she bad often spoken- yah, yah! iod.! They cure constipation and all '

Contract' No. 24. '"I'hl5. chap by the time lie got to .be Eight thousand dollar. abe believed be disorders of the stomach, liver and

Hardware Rirhalrlntf. ahell road from south oiinilary of : thirty, wan. taking four uralim of bad amassed. Ah. If In loofe Pauline bowels ton Wafers 2/5o; at lied cross FOlEYSmDNEYCURE i''

town of Fnrt flees. to south bnnndary of Com- 'arsenic a day lie looked at thirty wa weak in strategy she was strougl! Pharmacy[ Tllunvllle.
mi'*... KMnnvei end Rle.l<1er HloM
Window and Fancy 011'' yard spread on road. with his clear pink and White color, no Mine Gott she bad a scheme! --- --- . --- -- .- _

ROAD DISTRICT NO. 6. more than twenty-three. lie wax aa Ir the widow of the I..t.. Au use Stahl
A HPEOIAI..TY.TO robust as a blackMinlth. lint lu said mot the onderslirned VIII correspond of '
Contract No. 28 onVt'lnar greatly to her advantage ah. P. Ruhlmaxi $ Co. 1
he would: die at forty-five or so. that c c
Hid. to worn the river front mad. from the vlll hear. In Stuttgart. her sged. oncle
north line of the nth load 1 D"'rl"0 the ernth being the ago ut which all the Htyrlun haaf died. .
line of rtrevard aunty R BE GIVEN AWAY weed and tell .-. Work to be done with a and in Four Insertions such as that In th. 1>3 Murray Street f X, Y.
RltiKle or double home mowing machine Urns The" drug l I" a Jlr".r"'tI"". Western 1'ralrie Farmer and I'unllne
Tkto Wmmtmrmt(.bniitary. eater,imnp"o. food rte tie left where eat on roadway. Large weed. opwiitnl bodies
to when are
.,. ... .... .mIMtil Ptyrlrt graves could take her
t .I. will be ltorf ( uliiuly fm of.h. It> and dry palmetto leave must he thrown ore choice. Hans? Mebbe.
. \ I CtyuntlMnuiii(** tm.i ulnly LmMfylK. *t(Aao"bo Hill" In.)with>.Mo s D.lull. ._.....k. r Cos..stkmal Dwfgw rut obi........ ...MasUdas.RAD the road In tlr" toU..* condition fur one year. eurtUChi might be carerul. The I less' sordid Oranges
O7FZa BELOW Distance to tie worked about 17 ml ID*. they were lowered Into the ahe' would ,choose| ,

I Contract :No. :/fl. sago Tribune. 5 .' e e e '

Blue to keep in Bond eats repair all bridge "Hey' mused Gottlieb two weltlater and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. 7
i and culvert and keep all waahinrta nllert on the I It was recently! decided by a Juds *TWs

I count station. ?,road for one from year.White Distance f'lt, II 10 mile White City that a wife in. not entitled to ber bus vonrixl, when tour his closely gray printed green eyes lines tl in..- represent several of the largest shippers In your state: and wish to represent

1a t No. Z7.I bund' pay envelope. Of course this the personal of the Western Prattle I
Contract yon also.. Give us a trial shipment, Established 31) years,
I I Rid to keep all brfdces: and culvert In ,oast. will\ not affect the pay and hubby can Farmer" "Hey Stuttgart Dat might .
y r 1 safe repair for one v-nr, on the county owlfrown keep the envelope| for note paper. be Pauline's uncle wit the! roruvortafcle ,- 1
White City' north to north line or. ftth Road i
LnetrietAndto. keep all waahont Oiled DIY vorttine.. Pauline, ba? she vast . <

I btnce, about 4'> tulle Colonel Younghusbaiid the commander ; abe make ride goot soup. Vy not fleet -_.----- -- --- -

? P mat .pr 'I5 Contract :No. :!II. of the British force to Tibet ,, mine dinner by her eferey day I can

,: **Bid to county roail from William cbUHt so val den. I heal
RanlenwnS* open place north to north line of 6th appears to be having a decidedly pay vor two M. Lane & Son i

t K..a ', 'srF v a to Yon l>nun. Road to l-e upend ....n (Z) .feet j -und I to Han, dat leetle mortgage I ,
I wide with all root and slum .. earrfnlly re. _
_ed.. IMatanre 9 ml....... ","h l, rod I* part of IrvIng's Hiiclm Wafer could pay. Hey vy not*" 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW VOUK.
county road from Fort Imiru to the Bteamuoat ill) to the widow hastened Gottlieb.Tanllm .
Landing on Taylor creek.Coorraot. Are a true remedy for all kidney disease "
-, |n a cold sweat be rumbled, s sCommiacion.
S'h. NEW IDEA j No. :J9 from It. most simple, form-.pain In the hi* bony finger ellii<'hlnjc nn,l nn- Southern Fruit and Produce &
Rid to work road from Jensen to Wawa .
Ms .ln county
Wommn'm >tfs for one -Hoail in he worked twice a back to Its worst and very dangerous clinching at a crackling .Imyix-wl. bat.
:" ___,,,,' o .wt)a.a'm..uirwt peaM.a kdy ltd, u.l 1 ,....,. All root lobe cut out and all waahout condition-Brlght's dh.e.Ve meant "11loot. you. I-I-haaf a varm

.:..ta/u,M..a.....s.tt..4t th 1.Iha. Mew sa':.air.all m.aaM".w.n.h'r."U.a. ;)Jr r.o Mr1w....."a..,.-h da.sI-4. good filled,and seta all repair.bridge Distance and culvert ahxtS'mile.\0''be kept. In when we say they will curd you and we drew Ito dred acres, two horse, arm'cow. : : :: Mrcharszta.: ::
.. s ...treats etw.w.rh New Ira w"YAN. MM.A kfanffptg. you hsaf not.ting..nof 1 1e
would Dot It If we bad not confidence -yoo
sVap.W Nsel, M.a.Wrtlb.sra rJI( : Contract Jto. :M. say
ca.U ,.::t. _.Ir. : a r Rlil to open new road front Jenar tn Sprn.-... la them wblcb Is-the direct result of ingat all, Pauline. no vnrni. SPECIALTY.
_. _
..... ... -wiD b._Ina y_a..e....yaw......+I..-,...._ Jirrf. ,..*. .wide with oar knowledge of their cares in cases no buHbao- You ran a rein-' ; but I ; FLORIDA
-..... sadalwr son -- all root cod stamps earafully r.......... :>elt erbrlile that seemed almost bopeles Sold at loofe your Pauline; I 400Ce you. rowed r
..-..r.e/.a bb IY-M- **,eulverta or gradies to loelutle II*. ,
IRW' mu Pe.tlII..es'.a-Rwrw1I tanee about A aa'ln. SOc a box by Red Crows Pharmacy. rash : -
I .

r Ix14'i

( u



: ,
i ,

f S


(), //As.r CIO/ A-"'r! 'I\r" .IULY 22' l 1"04

:,\ ,jf

GOOD ROADS. JJLUBS. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWW Vice-president.
--\f'- 'I. W. S. BBA.NSINO, Cashier.

this '"f, ":$ ...,, -J -- By its combined therapeutic action
Whilethe people o( Country .
.. (. .f ..' upon the Mood aol the mucous INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
AWBIKLT: JOCBHAL DBTOTIDTO TH DBVBIOf have been expending their energies ,. .Ni' f UR1E'$, membrane, Hancock' Liquid
+ ti MBBT OV THl IICDLAN BIVBB, LA KBWOBTH : and m ans in contributing to some .J '. tilC Sulphur! positively and rarely
: AKD BlIIOAYjrS Y IBVTIOKS.PITBLISHKD of the best systems of railroads l"" r r C COUNTY DEPDSITORY.
< the earth, there has been little ' Cures '
upon DEaiE J Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
.VBar FBIPAT. \ \ 'l
attention given to building highways !
Paid up capital $40,000
according to modern ideas. -'- ..,,10 M! Catarrh
,CMABLES H. WALTON Editor sir Publlsbar. 4r Average deposits. $150,000
There has been no adequate systemTor GEDMIClln Catarrbisa-nlltithtionaldi.. -
; )
Dlsoontlnnanoe of sdvti.. mast be made p.,. maintaining them and their ." ease,and lotdtment' alone Transacts General
condition In this of de. -, r "t'.1 will not i.. is the a Banking
..ally at this office or fcjr "writing age general \ P.. "\ ./ I -t\C..t: cure Sulphur
r .1 t germicide known,and
greatest a.
velopment and improvement is a .I' ,
civilized nation. It k tJ '-; .. j 4 f harmlessbutpowerfulconstitution ; ,r R Business,
A'' I! I' OneoK,eto.,may b.made payable to CHABLM disgrace to a .. I flrMI ; t" builder. Its value Ita.been lecogIJtzedforagesbutallitscurativeefCect8 .
_ !. WALTON,publlnbar. seems to be settled! .beyond argument ;; ,! % Ldrgest and Oldest Bank on'the River
that the public roads in this were never obtainable till the discovery +} ,
of Hancock' Liquid Sulphur. So Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign ,
13- In wrltlnp t>>the AnvooATR for Infoma country are to be Improved. Argue positive
is its action that it top. Countries.
ttonov)'kind,tlie writer will oblige by anoloMIDR ment is all on the affirmative side, we guarantee I
cure Catarrh, Eczema, Acne, Itch,.:Dan-
a .t.mjie
only question to settle is of ways ,Sore Mouth and Xhront, Granulated t :, treatment ervative"uml every bankIng favor cou granted.>lntent wIth con. \I
BOSTON OFFK't-THK EMIT COAST ADVO. and uieani-as In Brevard county Eyelids, and all diseases of the Scalp.NANCOCIC'a c t CORREAFONPF.fiTesPhoenix I
r i OATB baa oj>enod an oflloo at4<4 Atlantic avenue, .
National N. V.
-and the attention of the people is LIQUID SULPHUR OINTMENT. Hank Empire State
Boston, which will be In charge of Mr. Claude 'Ilu tCo"'I'any.1SY..l\atlonal Bank
of Jack
t tiiie.r i fur Turn.Scalds,
Prepared especially Open
O.Walton. being directed to National aid to C aouville. Jacksonville, Fla.
Bona, Chafed Farts, Raw Kurfeoei. Bolls,
road Improvement.In ."'CI.c..." Piles RoiiKbneis of Face and. Bands, andaas ..r "'rUSVIt..LE9: :I'L.A:
''I Address all oowmnntoatlonetq countries that are famed for I :: : = all Bkln Diseases. .
EAST COAST: ADVOCATE!:, .:j'. Bold at all NU.hl.rtniii(ton*. WrlM for fiw booklet -- -- -- -- --
their good roads-like Englandtheir -....... en UM Donate mini uiUet OM uf Milpliur.,
''rITtI'Ylt. FLORIDA.O. general government is a large .:\\o HANCOCK LIQUIb SULPHUR CO, Afl kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR
.,. .
'---- -- -- factor in their general management. -:; BalU__" Md.a THE i

8. of .' >. ", .. '.', .. .' '
.. '
n Department Agriculture Nearly a hundred years ago our : : < : : ; :,, -AOJ.\Cl1' EI.A.Et.El.C:: : : "VO"-

N, Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. National Government was engagedin ----------. i:

-' projecting and building extensive en m:
systems of public highways to de. IdJ :
ii Tbefollo lnltl. a comparative state o
a, li,I meat of temperature and Rainfall for the velop the resources of the country,
y' weekending Tuesday, July: 10, 10
$, -10o.t- -1003- such p,.:.cy but for the rapid growth ,/ W z '-1 1H
I *. MAI. HtW. MAX. MIL 'i -
+ oj,* :team railway systems that fft i
13 IX 7:1: 87 75 E
14 80 fl II) 80 I 74'' .emed better adapted to the needsof : < u< Q
? 15 sa:t 70 *88 .M the expanding business and the ::a ::a It O
re HflH5 72 M'U Increasing traffic of the country. CI! sort Ca :

1 17 72 ,'91'. 7* Within recent years, through the z-
18 87 72 .a 7-1: -
_ 10 87' 73: 'I"' 87 75 Department of Agriculture, the Of.

Total rainfall for.tbTweek: .40) lice of Public Road Inquiries wan sec a1 f U
from normal rainfall for the
established and Is maintained by
aw "
r week minus V<.".Inches Departure ) i, t1rr. ''>xi Y -; '
a,3 tiaa'
yearly appropriations, from the public ,'T' A : <::--+' = :::::I
fr m normal'rUnfall since January 1, 1 .... W"00 _
minus 3.15r'aohes.| ) treasury, resulting In great good 1I "

,pAL., HAKDIS, Observer.A in promoting road Improvtrnen', k THE GEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.

i . and there has been in increasing: I 1 Sanford, Florida.
-" --- -- --- --
UNITED demand upon this. ofII) .t, !not only -
A, Democracy l otory far achieving ain bur for material I IallllltanCf'

in J904. In .refunding' to the 'I s .'
--------- ---, -
lIt people's call for Government aid -

)rl ; Is a surprise to strangers to there has been made a safe and 1 I '

i I this section, to leA the orange trees healthy beginning, and It seems an' 1tF C

l loaded to the ground with fruit. opportune time to enlarge and ex I E A-Y

/ In many cases the limbs of the trees tend the work. ,

i;, I have to be propped, 10 that they It IIJ.dlm cult to see how Congresscan P ZI'Lk iILII

may be able to bear the great avoid taking up the good road

> G weight of fruit. question if the rural free mall de. DE I1V /

I ---- .._--._ _., livery la to heVxtended much far
ther. Already the people of x
', Do NOT destroy the ADVOCATE after many. u_ .__ .
districts are muttering because ex.
you finish reading it, but en.
i, close it in an envelope that has tension of the free delivery system r .
has been refused to. them. Such .
been -
I opened ; put a one cent stamp
; J iJ upon it, and send it to a friend in m'utierings will soon develop into

1 ( the North, East or West. People at indignant protests, and may resultIn Hay, 'Grain Flour, Meal, Grits,

a distance sometimes appreciate bitter opposition to tho whole 1N51
free delivery system. How, Indeed, : : : : ;
this remembrance as highly aa a
letter. can the Government Justify the .
: good, long ,
of like
granting a great blessing
--- -- ----- -- ---
this to those districts where the 1

THE: continued, rainy weather people need it least, and the withholding :boor an.d."VO"1.1d:: OtTtT FrnJX1.os.: :

i favors the potato crop, which, by of it from those who needIt
the is We are making hundreds of frames every 'month for the leading .'contractors-
w way, one of. great importance. most ? Yet well In.
every and we should make them for you.V> do it cheaper and better. '
} ; ': That tuber is one of Florida's staple formed man knows, rural free delivery Our latest improvement In '

l products, without which the average without good roads Is im BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS ,
native would know how ,
not to
practicable. What, then, is left for
'II l ; pod you should Insist on getting these In your frames.
conduct his household a if a Ir II. Congress, but to act under the constitutional When you have any building to do, write
I Farmers could grow more potatoes provision which providesfor
P ; I than they do, if they "placed their the establishment of post-roads? General office |IEAU GAJ.I4IE.i'I.A.\ .

1 shoulder to the wheel" And certainly there is no easier -Yards at Tltusvlllff; Eau.Gullle, Fort Pierce and Went 1'alm Beach-

u .. way of accomplishing this than by -
Ii.. the National aid plan which will \
TUB Pensacola News voiced our
make the local communities bear
sentiments when It Buys : uWe are large part of the burden. a .Hodges c& O'Ha; aJ.
glad that Judge Parker was nominated
for the presidency but we rejoice We want good roads along the ...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
still the fact that East Coast, and we are slowly, but r s Rough'
more over .
Hearst While surely getting them. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW .PINE LUMBER.

was not. admitting ___________., m__ Dressid
I < that others carried oil the honors -- -- Orange Box Mends, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings,Shingles, etc.
of the St. Louis convention' the A dispatch to the Philadelphia THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEDOES Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto

Hon. w. It. Hearst gained distlnction Ledger says that the convention of any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Kara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

t as being the youngest and the Negro Men's Republican party 1 JVLL RINDS OF JOn PRINTING, NE.TLY'.A D WITH DESPATCH ---- -- -. -r

least fit man who ever aspired to which was in session at Pittaburg I.IF' OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT tom

the presidency, and he spent more on the Itch inst., has decided that : 'w ... n '__ .. .. .. .". IF YOU AT ANT A. ""-

1 good dollars to secure It than all the negroes of the entire countryare PAULO nEA ;II. .

those who preceded him] put to- on the fence, and will come __ _u .
gether." down on the side that will pay $5-;; .BuildingLot.

----------- 000,000 for their vote. This con. g1 OCEAN''VIEW HOTEL; ..

) THERE: .is a good chance for the vention claimed to control the entire .

small farmer of energy to .make a negro'vote of the county. We : ,,k PAULO BEACH, FLA. or a lot with a BUILDING READY :FOR OCCUPANCY,

living out of the fine soil in this are of the opinion that the convention pyYyDRifAl +rtMyl; IAN',, ttt LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, \

section of lirevard. For a small made a mistake in fixing the _' f 1t vp sr MAGNIFICENTLY PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN>
valuation of their and should .
sum he obtain land sufficient LOCATED.
may We probably have for sale what
just are seeking.
to give him a fair income-that is have left oiT the six cyphers. The .. you
for the practical man who Is not party that purchased It at this it; Ocean Front near East Coast Settlers are flocking in but still,there Is room. If you are

afraid to work. Within a short I figure would have hard work to Dept. looking this way, drop a line to

time he may have crone that will- make them produce thfll goods. 4 r OCfAN Vsf #fortt' JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VIce-President
_. Has all Outside Rooms i
him .
in the
bring home
I ready money --- ---- ---- PLO QtAcH,1iIA. '
market or in the North. Before ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? Sea'aDd Sulphur Bathe R'Y,

settling elsewhere, come to Titus RATES: *2 per day, {3 to $12: per week. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
vllle and examine the land in this a ,
A few years ago travel northward at .
1 neighborhood, either for peach, this Btmaon of the year was extremely: FLOUKNOY & FLOUR OY, WALTON SELF-LOCKIXG BLOCES.I I OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-

orange lemon and other fruits, or light, for the reaaon that all the tourists / Owners and Proprietors.; Patented In ajl countries. ton's Rapid Calking Tools now" In use

for vegetables; of all Kinds. had departed, and there were not very --. --- block of the kind lu the world. FItted by boat Owners In the United States.

ninny home folks to go A glance (It tho with the.celebrated Vjnton Roller Price $4.00 and $S.Oo each, at the ADVOCATE -
the bliiern-xs of live .
hips of the Clyde Line, all they glide one. and the green.nose
? THE minority delegates to the St. gracefully from their decks at Jacknon- QUEER[ ILLUSIONS. of seven you almost persuade Bearer. Useful In any place where : office Titusvllle. Fla. .

Louis Convention when vlllo, will convince the beholder that :yourself that these figure actually. hoisting Is done. With these blocks
nearly bimlneiis U fine with thin popular Steamship Morbid !llln every other State had changed to sad :ttuiilhora, With .
I A Company. Each ship goes north Color* "Some morbid minds. hold that names Thousands sold in the north. Call THE
the great New York jurist, refused with a full Hat of passengers! and wo hear "Nilliterals have tio colors to you I and have colors. A New Orleans glyptologlat and order ANHEUSER BUSCH...
them In at
working this
'. ". to allow Florida to be recorded asHid nothing.but praise of the Clyde Line to me," mild a .rcholoIst.", 'Three, that to him John Is see
says bluerAtlanta office, the store of JAS. Pritchard A
service.A or
unanimous for Parker. These for Instance Uoomi't "" 't'1I1 to us to be Asso's.ramou.
gentlemen trip to New York by the Clyde Line la steel gray, Peter is brown and Son Titusvllle.IttlDOZEN. Brewing .
the pink and eight dovMit't stein to1,.
t ( minority) are Dr., T. for so on.
I In a moat delightful experience, on --- ------ -
S. Anderson, N. P. Bryan, J. p:. T. their floating palaces can be found alt be brown but,there are certain slightly "Mankind harbors an Incredible number St.Loots Keg and Bottled
"j1 Bowden and John' S. Beard, says the comforts of home; staterooms are diseased minds, to which almost every of Illusions. Each one of us, per. Beer
I \ the Florida Index. The minorityof clean and airy and their tables are supplied word. In the language appears to have Imp., bas an Illusion. of some sort.
with best of to color. Bold by Metar F.A.Lesley and
Florida's tile everything/ eat. alltw lit that If I count on getting a
delegation to St. Louis Special summer excursion tickets are "The odd part of this matter I I" that I thing I desire I will be surely dJ flp.polutt'lL ai:. L Hotlow,Tlto.Tll) ',FU?
were exceedingly modest. They only I.) now on sale at the low" rate of $35 round when :yon study the minds. that attrib wife's
My la that her brother By: Mr. R.I.-IMotlow,Cocoa,Fla.
desired to be on the Committee trip between Jacksonville and New York,
put ute colon to figures you find them almost appears to her III drcunm.\

fin> Resolutions and Platform, on berth lint-class Included.passage" This meals rate and coupled stateroom with unanimous In attributing to each "I know a nervous pallid woman 1 JOSEPH ZAPF

Y ( Credentials, on Permanent OrganUzntlon the elegant service or thla popular line figure a particular hue Thus, they who attributes certain |>rfuaies to certain .
1 and to notify the President, should induce the people of Florida to will say that one Is black, two Is. cream, sounds. A soprano voice to her f 1 Sole Agent.

leaving nothing to speak of for the take a trip and enjoy the Invigorating, three Is pale brown. four is red brown, U like IHU-s, of the Valley.. A tenor ,

i InttJ J irity. Their request was reepectfully life, giving ozone of Old Ocean. five.'Is blue six Is tan. seven is. voice la like fOlll",. A contralto voice Is ,01O to 620 West Bay Street
,I declined. .< C. U. WALTON, Agent and go on. Finding among the n'l like hpllotrci-v. A baas yoke Is like
Tltusvllle' Fla. eo, trnlforiu a belief In the"blnckueas Violets. J JACKSONVILLE FLA4 -
; .
g gi

0 jr

m t a K ,t-v 4



EAST COAStf ADVOCATE JULf' :,..3:2.: 190-. Ii;

.... ........ ........................................ Melbourne. -, <. Eati:: Gallie.SARAH -t." GKORQ MARX. JOIIN MARX I I

EAST. COAST NE"VS.i r -- 1VJ JBH: <:>O.

S3T SubkCilptlons for the ADVOOATK, C. HO I'MVMHIAN M. Sfa. _
i iNe'V'sv the pink paper of the East (Coast wilt, be .,ao.. Lei 6att. tryerhw.
I ****** received at the> Melbourne Postoffice. .- WHOLESALE GROCERS r

RICHARD W OOODK.-Real Estate. Nnbtrv Welcome shower on Monday last, In i's.
Notes Contributed, by Our Regular i ruble Onnwysnrer. Agent for .tnn.*. this district.Mr ;

00l'p H of Runt Coast C01'1'cr lpondents. Livenaolsadt.wdwaandglob.Bndfantunl Fire IiMuranoa(......panl..... 8woi' actenUvn Kiedeli will" build at once on Ms Fruit and Produce Jobbers. s.

; paJd to the loureau of non nsldents. lot east of the new school building .

........AA A aaiN.N... .. .-.-.- .-------TTTT.................T..l..........._._._.p HOTEL hIcLl.EVt'E-\telbmrue: ;: riorlila. A The E. C. L. .t'S. Company's freight

..-.. -- healthy winter rra>rc on high t>lii. land. over vessels have returned to the harboi. Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSOXVILLK, FLA.
loakiiiit. Indian Klvor. ItiiMn. : eY and upward
Jensen. per dap. HIMK-IU' ra.... pot week nr HMKOII.write The steamer, Lillian C Is being rc >ulr-

JTTYYYTYTYTYTYYYYYYTYTYYYTREAD THE LIST 3 Manager for. R.rllt.W..n Cmnpli to Mwlmu. 1'101..letor.Milts K.: l\I. Campbell. ed, prior to her departure for Miami., ; WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED .;

The steamer Canaveral, left for Lake
? And Send Us Your Order. 41* printing.be ADVOCATE Do not forget does all It. kinds of Job Ilolce bas returned from her- visitto {Worth, on a business trip, hUlL week. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. f ,

i : Mrs. George Peters left ''last Titusville. Chief Engineer Lansing was visiting. Seed Potatoes, Seed l Peanut and Cow Peas In season :( '

spend her.suntraer outing in Georgia.week to Messrs. Johnson Llnsey and Britt I I his patents, Dr. and Mrs. Lansing Ix.t L.-We solicit consignments of Fruit and; Vegetable
1'LY1 ] spent last Sunday In Uiitoim.Mayor eek. I
Frank Austin I .. _. .
was a recent touls.parenta ---- -- --- -- -- -- -- ---Y- ----------
1er.Oal. JUG Charles Stewart spout last Sunday C. Alnsae,rth has rented his house on I.
and friends t
:COPPER DISTILLED.. 'I 1 65SlQUBBN' many In'Jensen. In Daytona, with his faintly\ returning .- I Houston street to Chas. Cole of the Georgiana.F. LINCOLN ON CIRCUIT.. : '

CITY..... .. S 00 TRADE : The warm weather and mosquitoesare here for butlueas MouiUy. steamer Spin tail. __ I,
the cause of quietness and slow bust : He Pr.... .d m Qnulnt Appr.*.... ;
JSCNNT SOUTH, .. .... :9 80 Mrs. Theo. Carter Master Merwln S. K. Watta, la homo. again from his
GILT-EUOK .. .. .. ... 300 A ness.Rev. Carter and Mlia Ulddictoo have gone to short holtd.iy In the.Nolth, aud down to \\'. Mtinnou, and charmingdaugh-, .. II* Pollnmoa the C arlFollowing j
II. W. Sawyer 1U not preach Sebastian for a few das to visit relatives.E. haiueaaonce mote. tor. Miss Corn visited Titus*!He 01 < the t-oiiit shout on the
JpEDIOREEJOVKRHOI.T!: .... ... .... 4 00 again until the Fall Lincoln's ,
when doubt the
he will circuit Joy of
take Tuesday wise no
... .. .... 4 00 SPECIALTYMONEY up his regular work. E. Johnson and hU large force of The Wynona wa" out for a spin on ,'f '
life lie fond of It that
wile so
men wire rushing tile work on the New Sunday last. with DI r.and Mrs PaddUoi Mm. White nnil\ daughter, Mrs \lower.
SOLD HALIFAX ... .... 400 Mr. and Mrs .S I and he dwllned a rtnttrrlujf offer to entera
C. Ilackus bave a vi r. Carlton hotel. They are now putting. on family on board. visited Mrs. Illftcock and daughter( Mm '.
Itor In the way of a fine Olb. boy. Baby the\ roof. Dr. Sarah Barnett, Saturday afternoon.Mrs. lucrative luw purtiifrnhli In Chicago
C. Hodgson has been a.ldlOIC
E and mother are doing nicely because, us ho rotitfml\ It would n.-
ooa.N" Miss Alice Nicholson has returned. to the ornamental shrubbery on the lllnoock and daughter Mm :is
41 I
Many of the pineapple drummers have from visiting Mrs. C T>. Provost at giounds of l'luewuod Lodge Alice Hurnolt, were pleasant' callers rpNaltate liioro or lest cCIll6111t'Pt'nt' lu ,!f. .

BACK = gone to other parts for business which eorglana, and MUs Dora Ireee at It Is rumored that another Mrs. Hughes' on Monday afternoon. the otllce und therefore kwp Ttlm oft 1\\
= I Yer.Ot, make things very quiet here Rock ledge. extensive the circuit t'tlh'ClllI a one borne buggy '
fishing Him wM establish themselves Cecil wife and
at Durtiett, little boy who
elF GOODS N. C. WHITE.. .. ......9 I 05 Rev. II. K. Jones will preach In the Frank Fee came up from Fort Pierce Eau Uallle In the near future. have been visiting their grandparents. behind a worry looking anlinaf b.

WHITE HETTEH ... :a 00- Town hall at 11 and 7 ::m o'clock next last week, to spend) a little while In Melbourne 'The sound of the hammer Is heard Mr. and Mrs. UUeock, for two weeks, would vet out from Springfield, to be t
= DON'T I Sunday. Everybody Invited to be pre and look after his business interests left, lust 'lldl&Y week, for their hume In gone for weeks at n stretch The lawyers
WHITE FYI!!:. .....". .. here. dally In various parts of Hall Gallie, amhouse St. Augustine. HS he drove Into catch successive
sent.The building goes merillly on.
= SUIT LAUREL-VALLEY: .... lumber for Jas. Seal's new store Allen Campbell, of Roseland, Is a>guestof Messrs., Lewis From the way Uncle Hughe waiplckIng place, eagerly anticipating. a new stock 1
11101 A Bloxham of Punta cordial,
Is of stories, gave him n welcome
being placed Qn the grounds, and con Hotel Itellevue, this week His Melbourne Gordt and l shipping mauRoes on l\Iotlllay] '
.. tractor J. II. Baker will soon have the friends are pleased 1 to sea him fish business, are erecting be buildings for their and Tuesday, his huge crojj of this. most and tho landlords. bulled tale .coming gI}
e -WE HAVE OT ERs- building under way. looking so well. to opened at this point. healthful of all Plot" Ida fruit will be all with delight, for he wise ono of the

Mrs. II.' W. Albert Of Owing to. Illness In his family Archdeacon !gone by the last of this week. most imtlont mid uuoninpldlulng ,.of
.. Cling has returned from Mead Sau&atuck, Mich., arrived .'
.. her summer outing In the Interior of the here Wednesday, much to the delight services U. F. Brown was unable to hold Joe Paxton wife daughter and on, 'giuwta.. "If every other fellow, .:relates ;I

WRITE.WILLIAMS Stare She returned home sooner than of his family who are upending last. in St.: John' chuich on Sunday of Jtockledce wero visiting Mr. and Mr.*. 'one of Isis folh-iiui| "grumbledL l t.:

| expected on account of illness their first summer. in their Melbourne J. 1). Bower on Wednesday' we"k. callIng at the Indlltfffnt uvc'onuiiiMlntlona ant(i "II''

II. C. Starck and home. Mrs. M E. Campbell of Melbourne, at II K II II/thell'/ I In the afternoon cant faro which urtH'tinl UN lit many.

c P. O. Box 401. are now making their family home, of In bl Malabar Jensen Mrs. Chas;: Stewart Miss Oladya and and Allan Caml.burl. of krcIIluune. wets for a large basketful I of his choice mangoes of the dingy tuvorus wo utruck. Lincoln I.'
In Kau Galllu I
= Mr. Stark will soon begin his new rest MilKIer Fletcher left, past week, fur Day- ou Wcduusduy taut, calling said nothing. Ills forhrurnnce
2 ft lend
FLORIDA. e dence on his pineapple plantation. t.'O'I.' where they Intend to vlslc relative I, en A* soon a* the mangoes are tone, the In this rpK'ird "well!! wnrrunta the' ot>- ',( I

YYVYVVYYVVVVVVwnvwwwEden. Mr. and Mrs \Vm. Prederickiion In tho meantime Mr Stewart will board Mr. and Mis.\ E. It. Taylor and the *cii|>pernonir /giapns will begetting rll)!'. orriitlcm he I III stall on ono occasion. to tit

gone to the mountainous has at the McIIiide bouse. I Misses Klnienci und IleiMle Hodgiton Then we will have another feast' uf IM
North Georgia to spend their country summer of Last Saturday evening finite number drove to Melbourne And letuiu on Sun ) The gropes seem to bo minimally I felt Ids "own unworttiliicsM a. when k

outing. We wish'them a pleasant trip. of our young people attended the danceat I day last. fine Slid I.u. lie this year, and I the vines he stood fatty to face with& a real, live. t 1.,

The Educational ball, and all report a Major Jordan I la setting out a fall gar are literally loaded with an enormous hotel clerk'* \

addition contract will for be the school building most, enjoyable time. From Eau Oallle den behind a hog proof fence this sum crop. How he nppoiiriil on the circuit may i!

Harry Thompson wan visiting here Jensen was the soon successful. under bidder.way. John we noticed the Misses! Snell and Booth I flier! The Major' home I Is always kept Jlmtnle Carpenter, tho youngest son be totll'llIlt'cfruul\ this sketch of him ,{.

|ast Sunday. contract calls for a two room, 23.Sf The>lt. Mers John Shave Lawrence Peek and In apple pie order of Mr. Carpenter, of f.otun, died on drawn by IK-iiry O. \Vbltncy I one of 'J ;,

Mrs. Will Robinson visited her relatives biilldiDg, well painted. This will give Clauda Edge. Also quite a number from Mr.I and Mrs. (}e.)."GoKch have erected! Saturday inclining, and wise hurled 'In Ilia cullriigucM\ In ccntrul Illinois: "Ilia 4''',/

jiere, the first of the week. all the roomnecessary to accommodatethe Oaytona., __. it home on their lot, and moved In this the Cemetery here, by the side nf hi* hat win brown fadi>d mid the nup usu- ", '

Mrs. Jules Knox returned on Saturday scholars comfortably, OIU&"O week.their We uew wish horn,them. much happinessIn year father ago.who 1\Ira.won Carpenter killed. a him little the o..or"sympathy rally worn or rubbod' o IT. He wore a 'i'l.

after The teachers for the of hurt clunk nud Hoiut'tluic a "hl\wl. :
Jvenlng, a three weeks' absence.:: public school Cures a cold l to 21 hours llelievnaneiiialgta all her fileiuU.
have been appointed as published In Capt. C. \V. Nab, of Youngstown, who UU coat sad vivt hung' \loonHy on his
Dire Charles Wolfe of Jensen, was a last'week'a ADVOOATK, -Prof. J. A. Or- headache., rheumatism, bronchitis and Is erecting a line residence Kau; Gallie giant fniiim. Ilia trousers were luvu- ,i I'':
lery welcome caller at Edenwood Comforting and cuiatlvo. A riiixury to the Well A N -CCNNlty I
onuesday. mond, of Windsor Fla. ; aud Mrs. Edith Swift, sure and safe. The best of all for tbe winter III also putting up a new rill blt too Kliort. In duo liund he carrlml .
Hunter of Gainesville Fla., and her I cold remedies! ; because the most oUlolcnt. home In the city of Youngstown;. Ohio, to the Hick. n fmlml irrrou uiiiliri>lln. with 'A.Lincoln' t

Walter ITellter\ and Reginald Waters daughter Miss Edith Hunter. This will Opauo is a small chocolate coated tablet this .miner. In large white ttittott or muslin

pent soma time with Ned LeTourneauast be the a stropg corps of teachers; and, with and Is sold at :25o a box at toil Cross The steamer Spartan will\ be place l! letters .<>w.Ml on the Inside." The-
: Sunday. new addition and three teacher, we Several State have popular so minerresorts '
Pharmacy. on tho Indian River This vessel knob
route WUM gone from the luindle, and a
expect great results this term. hoe mineral springs containing I
Miss Gary Is rapidly recovering fromer lain better condition than ever, after sulphur In solution gives their waters piece of cord wits UMimlly tN-d round
recent Injury, and is giving her es- --- Lotus completing the coin ract with the };. C, proven time-tried, healing value. Multitude \ the middle of the umbrella, to keep It
one regularly. Working Night anti ))1&1'. : L. & Co. at this point.
who require this sterling remedy from flying open. In I the other hand r

Us Jessie M Iller\ has gone to Titu s- The busiest and mightiest little thing The floral decorations the Highland for various skin ailment and, yet who he oiirrlod n. cnriwtlmg, In which were

attend the East Coast Normal for that ever was made Is Dr. King's New Spraying I Is the order of the day avenue Methodist church for the Shave- cannot spare n loaMon" at the sulphur stored tho few piipors to be used In I ;
:he" ext two months. Life Pills. These pills change weakness atpievent. Powell wedding were much admired by springs/. may now obtain at home all the court nwd| underclothing\ enough to last
listlessness into energy brain-fag Into all, white roses and /green vines and benefits of sulphur bathing
till bill
return to "
C. A. Uoblnsorf Is making the visit of mental power. They're wonderful In T. <}. Ronald has returned from a two ferns only were used. Miss Hodgson HANCOCK' Liguiu Hui.riiini Natures rlllll'n..lcI-Ceutllr

its guests very pleasant by giving them building up the health. Only 2to! per weeks' visit at Fort Pierce.; presided at the organ during the services Greatest (Vermicide, Is declared with en. Asinmi lie
frequent launch parties. box,, Sold its afford In Medicine, j
Red to
by Cross Thai'macy. Rain I.I needed thi tlLUIlIRMII.by appreciative' user
badly In
HOCtlon. -
''Mr. and Mrs. J. II. LeTonrnetu went Young trees very suffering from the sensible \luvlgorntlon of a tonlo The uuinl)(T of iiilnml ells and tat. I
to Stuart last Saturday evening to visit drought are Mrs. G labs Ho we'll I Is slowly recover as well as pOI nutrient health reatorntlon. Used In lut'dlflne are extremely nuimriMiH. -
II. W. Richards and family Fort Pierce. fog from her recent Illness and Is once 'The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., llalti- IjirK ipiantltlcn of oil are
MUs Dr. T. II. Chambers of Georgians Is In more able to be about. more, Md., sends Its free booklet on the obtaliiiil in TIIHIIIIInla from tho mutton
Florence Robinson gave a "pack- town quite often visiting bill sister, Mrs. !genuine value, of sulphur to any who .bird nod usual liniment forrliPiimiitlMiii
The two us a
ng house dance" In houor of her friend, Chas Boyktn returned Mrs. );. W. Capron, who Is quite III. cottage on Highland avenue, may be Interacted sulphur Imthlngand R
Sunday evenIng -
lies Ethel Westall, on Tuesday.Mr from belonging( to W. R. I loose li, are nearing Its thousand t of achievements wlill the fat of the rN
a short holiday. The school Is going on nicely and completion and will soon be ready for oyratlve frlgute bird, 1 IK mild! to be an excellent
Saundars |18 having her recent II. J. Klopp and daughter, of Wave- pupils are progressing very rapidly under tenants. They have both been tented -- -- -- spec'lllc for Mch,tI.1. Cod liver oil Is

lass'I'urchuse order tho Brooks cottage put.In first- Innd, were pleasant visitors In town on the instruction of Miss Geiger for the winter' aea.oo.Never Rockledgo. too>> well known to hour more thou +
by Webster and Brewer.
Wednesday The Angel of Death has again visitedour before In the history of Eau': int-ntloii! und the oil got from the ,il

The many Eden friends of Mr. and Messrs Sears & Gladwln, with a large community and taken to rest little Gal lie hllllJhere been so many private dugiMig, an u<|tmtlc monster related
[1'8. J. C. Backus, of Jensen! were de force of hands, are rushing to comple Jimmie Carpenter youngest/ ion of Mrs.\ residences under construction a* at the lluu. 41. H. Ilaidee's residence wits the I, to tlm whnl trlbv, hiss a high reputation '
lighted' to hear of the birth of a son to tion the marine shipyard. S. Carpenter lie was taken seriously business time. Also several contracts for scene uf a gathering Weduesdayeven-. IIM a Substitute. for that obtained t

hem on Sunday morning.Mrs. 111 on the 12th Inst., and the little fellow' buildings have been let and !lug, whloh wa unl<|iio-rt Japanese Tea. front the snmllor fry of the rod. From
Bids for road work and a Jailor's residence fought bravely for life until more are to follow. There both
J. II LeTourneau entertained at Saturday; were a gratis many present, six: to fourteen. gallon of this niodlot-
are advertised In the
(inner ADVOCATE. morning when his struggle ceased, and front Coooit and ltuckle.I. II. The
last youngladies
Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. Contractors should read the ads. I Rumor say we are to liavo two new nail I nil run bo taken out of a single
death him of hU lie maid ,
Robinson, Mrs. F. O. Williams Miss relieved was wore arrayed IIM JapuneiMt
[V'estall and Miss Robinson.Mrs. ,, At the regular meeting Indian River buried Saturday evening In the Georgians grocery bo! put up.stores Carpenters as soon as are buildings all busy can It'' en*. Tlie O'iko walk Wile! very Interestng iitilmnf _. ._________ __ I

Camp No. 53: Woodmen of the World, cemetery. being almost and minilo added charms to a most 'rWe cannot guarantee to publish
Impossible to
S. get
F. Webb I
gave a charming Tuesday night, Wilson Godfrey was Ini --- work. 'fhe sound of the hammer I I. d.llghtful evening. The refreshments I Items that do>> not roach this ollloe before 4
arty to celebrate the first anniversary of delicious cotton and sandwiches .
were most
tiated In the arts of Woodcraft. -
fer son's birthday. There was 1fioe No Pity Shown. heard In all\ parts of town. cake and cl'eam. Everyone enjoedw noon on .Thursday s '

(urnout of babies with their mothers, Rev Van Sickle, the Congregational "For year. fate waa after me continuously Mrs. 'V. H. H. Gleason and children delightful. evening. -
I ml a very delightful afternoon was minister, held services In the Methodist write. F. A. dulled g a, Verbena, made a visit to Cocoa Saturday. Mrs. The large rooms were full of attractive I),,110 County Lund For Hulo.

|pent. church last Sunday morning and evenIng Ala. "I had a terrible paoe. of piles causing OleiMon and the children are suffering! / and Interesting people and Mr. and Mrs. -

F. O. Williams Joined bis wife here, 'Large congregations were In attendance :-21 tumors. When all failed Buck- from an attack of whooping cough/ but HarJeo and daughters wore charming noitheast s
|ha first of the week. Tills Is his first len's Arnica :Salve: cured me. Equally lire now well on the road to recovery. entertainer Thny were: assisted l by For sale, cheap, quarter- M
JJimt in several year and everyone is do- Capt. A. J. Lewis of \West Palm Bench good for burns and all ache awl. imlns. Dr. Hughlett Is the attending physician. mllnr.of the most charming young htdlus.\ of soutlienstqnaiter of suction 3, township 1

Righted'' to see him. Mr. and Mrs. Wil has been visiting friends here the last Only :250 at Red Cro'ns pharmacy. community. Everyone present .'18, south. of range 41 east; close to>>
liams expect to move Into a Hue new few days. The Captain was amazed at .f Dr.visit and last Mr*week. Lansing had the pleasure lad a pleasant evening, and the nightwas O. K, Wood'. pineapple plantation on
with their
a C. W.
which the growth the town had made since his son, a beautiful one.
foliage, they have just completed 40 .
Indianola. 1.8n"IUIol the Clyde Mt. John River St Lode Itlver; acre*
In J.\CklluIJvllle in last visit, and predicts quite a future for
August. -- -- ---,-
Line .Mr. Launlng the pwpulnr, and Also, the northeast quarter of north-
Mias'Florence Robinson and her friend, ua. efficient engineer of the steamer, City of John llrlnh. M|>..<-h... east quarter of section 18, township 38,
ties( Weatal), enjoyed a very exciting Rev. Mr. Thompson held services Preaching next Sunday the 21th: by Jacksonville.: \ As this steamer Is laid up John IlrUIit lull n curious'method l of k
south of 41 south fork of
111, last Monday, under their own mao- the Baptist church last Sunday morning the Rev. Jno. N. Thompson, both morn-, for the summer months, Mr. Lansingwill !gtiiirdlng\ '" iignlimt liny fullure of inciii- range "alltilln| }
[gement. They went farther than they and evening. Quite a number were pre. log and evening. spend his vacation In New York and ore. or hitiirimu In lilt ,public slaw-,ekes. Mt. Luole River; 40 acre! Apply to
Intended because sent to listen to his able discourses. I Boston visiting In the ( II. WALTON l
frlendy.returnlng CHAS
they had not learnedow \\ li.-n lie hud to ili>!lvl''r H speech' of ,
to stop. It would be unkind to tell Brother Thompson left here Wednesday During the month of August there will\ fall to resume! work. Tltusville Fla.
IIM wrote sort of //oM"U1 on
1IIII'"I.tlll'' n
111 about their seamanship. morning, for a well earned month's be no service at the church, as the pa.-I IF'
recreation. '' tor will take that month for a the Kiilfjcct. and tor It up. lie tben .
Doctor Could Not Help>> Her. wrote unotlicr und treated It In thewnie
ftlrs. Ilaphold and son, Stewart, of BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER. I
Brutally Tortured.A third. In this '
"I had kidney trouble for ," way nml niiully a ,
Night was Her Terror."I Merritt, have moved to Indianola. We years
cane came to light that for persist- are glad to welcome them, and hope their write Mrs Raymond Conner of Shelton, wny he rotiHldfrcd that he had not only -

nt and unmerciful tortnre has perhapsever would cough: nearly! all nightlong," home here will be pleasant one Wash., "and the doctors could not helpme. cxhniiMttil his own thought upon the I will be located In Eau Gallie after I
been equaled. Joe Oolobick of writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alex. I tried Koley's Kidney Cure and mutter In liund. but lui'J ,"h"1 I such a
olusa, Cal., writes For 15 years I en- andria, Ind., "and could hardly get any J. M. Field and wife have been spend- I I am now cured. I cannot say to much coriiiimnd over the language In which July ftth, and be prepared te, do all kind
ured Insufferable pain from rheuraaim sleep. I had consumption so bad that lag the last ten days visiting friend In for \\l'ole'y's Kidney Cure." It could bll expressed that he could never of work In flair line. Write me for estimate
If I walked a block I would cough fright Daytona. From there Mrs. Field went For sale by Red Cross Pharnrncy.
relieved though I work. de
U at the right! word. on your f
Ned everything known. I came across fully and spit bood, bat when all other to Wilmington, Oblo, for a six weeks' a ltefereoceys
whit with her Mr. and Mr Geo. sired. AddrsM, t
Electric Bitters medicine failed, three $1 bottles'of Dr. parents, *
and Its the med. "
greatest II. Moore. HI iciALIlXCUUHION UATKM: .. W.......
The II.
ine on earth for that trouble A few King's New Discovery wholly cored me .p. TH03. F. KELLEY,
ottlea completely relieved and cured and I gained 68 pounds." Its absolute. Otto Grosse a business man of Providence Between .racknonvllle and "1u there danger from tire hcref"Oil Box 2.12.: Eau Gallie. Fla. 1

le." Jut as good for liver and kidney ly guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, I.- K. I., spent a day or two here the New York. ,, no," replied the hotel 1 clerk. }
rouble and general debility. Only ;Ado) grippe bronchitis and all throat and first of the week, looking up property "\\> are well provided with nre ecap -- --

itlsfaction guaranteed at Red Cross. iung troubles. Price .Vte and '1. Sarn along the East Coast, advertised the ."

barmacy, Tltusville. ie bottles flee at lied Cross Pharmacy.P ADVOCATE, with a view of locating on On and after Jan 1, 1004, and until "1 don't rare n hang about that How

.-- --- -- -- .-- ----__-_-- Indian River at no distant day. withdrawn, tbe "Clyde Line" will sell are yon nd for Oman e cup *7"" -C'blcngo YQWE

************************** ****************.***wwwww; Mrs. John R. MIot left oo Thursday flrst-clM tickets, Jacksonville\ to New I'out. _
for Bruniwlck, G*., from which place York' and return meals and berth Included ,
<< she will sail the Mallory line for New Do you subscribe for the AOVOOATK. ti .V.I
S on at f3A. These tickets will be I
Iki. Insurance
: York. After spending a few days there, good on any ship and will be limited for .
<< r:.'.! I Ik she wilt make the trip up the Hudson, return passage to Heptember V, lists! I, TITUSVILLE'S: TRAINS.
: R' r If Your House Goes Up In :Smoke and:: stopping at Albany and from there going and In no case will the limit be extended u DU1t F'I i a

:: you loose everything It Is your own:* picott, Niagara Co., where" she will beyond this time. Early applicationwill -
J fault FIRE INSURANCE: sufficient* spend the temaluder of the summer.Foley'w \ secure choice of stateroom accom The following are the time of arrival ICE BILL

: rt/fJ;. modal Ions. In writing, please give and departure of train to and
1< .c; .. to cover the value l of the property and:: names of all passenger a
.t parties If than I
Jilflnry Cure. more one.
from Tltusvltle U lNli A
: : household effects should be carried.. and of : 1SY _
: ;';i. : ages children. If say Children
w:; ; '
!: : ;t.1f The companies Will cure Bright' Disease. betweun ages of ft and 1J half &.owresocsp.Inavsr .
: ;;T ;iY Rates are not high. year, i
}1r--t we are solvent, reliable and :I'tee' Will cure DlabeUa.tbe No charge for children under 5 f"re'l TltnirllU for MI.mlaad I : KM p m MN IC'KPVUi I represent In Kladder.
Will stone
_. .. Claim promptly paid. cure age provided they do not occupy r nvmodttlon vIce
... and Bladder IswrnwdlsU .( I 11tM
disease point
Will : DII.
cure Kidney P cooler
v .. _4 Write tae for rates on your property. to the exclusion of others. I. u* f''Ao (-rovi ioo I
Don't neglect to take out a policy. :: For sal by Red Cross Pharmacy C. II. WALTOX' Agent, ) ,:._' VOBTHBOVD.Lvs f claret cleaner,

& Wilson *:JTIXUSVILLE Tltusvltle n... T1 a.vm.for jMkwmvllle I *:\3 s m t
._ Schuyler JOB PRINTING of all hind done at -' ,r--, n_ rtte tor bM\'l top agent

YIfJRWA.S : :: this office, at reasonable rate. Give FOR ALL KINDS OF" JOB PRINTING sad lntnndlf point s. f IcUpmTttiMvUM WAITDN Tnus u1E.
<< ." for teoford 1 set s.m
.* ....******.*********.. .A..A******************* a* a share of your work. remember the ADVOCATE office. Arrive*Tltasvtll from 8u forit UMp.at I




"JTf*!( > ""
',( V V '"Vt,*"




l .
--- ----
--- ---

,ae.a..nr.ww.taawI + only about two Inches deep or less, as Coast '
the object is to break the crust and Florida East RYe

Small Potatoes furnish a "dust blanket" or earth'' :

mulch to bold the moisture In the soil
Effect June
LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In 4,1904.
j'' result from a lack ofPotash by retarding evaporation. This cultivation
will destroy weeds and grass ..ea
I and aid chemical action as well as retain ....
I moisture. It Is much easier to 4f e",' ; D.allj/l ITA"ONI. ID.1. p. .,.
; I kill the fine weeds and grass as they i Y ,.

rather than let them .i.iv.I ..................... aaarouv s ............ .... ..... Ar '
germinate grow
t xA t 4..1.1 ..... .. .... ...... .10 Jsok.onvute ......... .....,......Lv 1l1Iu.I' 101 p
in the soil. Potash and them / .. ... .................... p
pro depend on wrapping up. IA-Z% 110- to lea.........:.... ........ ..5LAugusnn.: .
These plowlngs with the cultivator 11.57a.: .............::............ .t..U..tlo...............................: ill IpMjp
1, duces size and quality. I should take place once a week unless U 4'. ... .. ........ ...... ...:.15. 1'.I..tl&........... ......... ... ,... .. S N .1 C 141 p

i 'lIS Ar .. .........................P.I.tll.-. .:.,.......L" a }j 7
We ,hav. t too wet to do good work. Cultivate an 1120" _........ ... ... .. ......... .
y'ry J 140 11 151 LY '. .......... ..... .. .....Palatka .Ar 7407 lOOp
vat l u.bl. long as the horse can get about in the
books which I to the time tr 0 110 I/OpAr ............. .. ...........Son Mateo ...........................L. -101j
i' aJWJ crop conveniently even up : r ... .. .. ........ ....... 7 6i
p 10".. Ly ............. ... ....8.aM too.. Ar : lOp
sapLin more I of tasHeling if necessary B. Irby, M -
fully the far. North Carolina. 01 litlY LY .. .............,........... Neo... ................... .......LY Ii eS .. -. 03
"Rei I 1 $4 .............Bunn.ils. ........ ............... ..... 114' p
tili.ingvalu. C p ...............D'ponI.. ................ .... .... ..... 1116. Ipp
of Potash.W .r. ... n IIp 1 ........ ............. Ornaund ........................... .. .i T. a tII
sad .h.
will '4 Oft TblBB A. i Ifp ........... ..Daytona. .................... ........ lie.. I II S
end them +oi During the last thirty-five years there I sap ..........................Port Or.itK*............................. 4465 Ill j
oi have b. If the president of the t l'v P. OIp .........................,.New Sni/r i.... .................. ..... 4116.. 110,
i free) to any en. 17 ..............................Oalc i11.1.... ............... ISSa r 01
i larmarwhowrit I state board of agriculture la quoted 11 to P P .............................TI"'I.YlIl.................... _...... I Iii a ,
i I 154 ...... .. .............Oooo...................... .. .. 181. U !11
** for j aright only three seasons as backwardas I I"P .......::::::..............Rc.okle them. the post sprint In Wisconsin.In ( Ii II 1Q1 p ....................... ...I.u: O..III....................... ..... 1114 a 11 041
GERMAN KALI WORKS, a ( vls ....................Nelloou.o....... ..._...........,...... 1445 Utlt
a test at the Colorado college; of a I till 4IIp..u: .......................8ebsstlan..0. a U..,
U4 $}' New Y rk t* Nanaaa L.d.5t.wt.rgip .. the value of beet pulp as a fat makerIn I .0 p ..................Ht. Lu.-l.............................. III I 011.. 1' 1tt
; ab Mw Ova .1
i Olive gar I' ............................. Ft. Ne..r............. 11 O5p tout
', grade Shorthorns and Hereford la I .................. ...........; .Tl bhale......... ._................. 1 Up. ca,
1 s ... steers notable gains ar. credited to a Tr -'V cckly Sailings .. up ................................Jld.D..J.: ............. ) I1p ''
?, -- 117 I .............................J.o..o ............L................. Sql I
1 + I ration of pulp and bay. .. p ................. ............ .Stuart.............................. .. tl lip / Et
THE NITROGEN BACTERIA. Analysis of Oregon" soils by Messrs. lIT p .......................... ..rTohe Sound........................: 10 alp 1 atN I
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK; $ P' ............. _..........Vat Jupiter..............__.... ...... 1015n e4tti! I
LonRbrldge and Illlgard show that 4 II I" p .......................... W. Palm Beach ....... .................. .. P I lit I
...ttl.. Th.m Into the |..nd-lIw.e* of the arid of that state o p ..u .. ... ........:Boy n Ion. ....... .....L... 110 P i Set
Clover ,Mull I......I..e. A KM I'.. those region Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) W p '........::...:.................Del ray. ..:.:.......::::..........M_. t 1D r 40,
: contain a low percentage of humus 1 se P .... .......... ......J't. L.ud.rIale.............. ............. 101 P 'III,
The borne of the nitrogen gathering while those .1IIt Up ..:..::....... .......... Railsndais ................... .......... Sip /if,
which! is rich in nitrogen The Finest Steamships jn the Coastwise ServiceThe' C 45.. I 41 p .... ................._......Lemon City............................ f 10 P 101
1 bacteria Ix the tubercle" upon the roots from the humid region contain a high f 00 III P 'r.........., .. ......... ., .Miami. ... .................. ..... ..I." 00 p 11II,
of various Irfunilnouii plant, and there percentage of humus poor in nitrogen.
Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .
f 1* one kind of bacteria for red clover, Direct tservloe Between BANTOR9; >BBAfTOH ORANGE CITY1BRANCH..

another for uowpeua and another fort Opanc Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points StattoNa., tD.ll 8TAIOIr. Ddlloos
alfalfa, and BO on. Cure a cold In 21 hours A modern Daily D./ty

Many of the older farmers at Illinois remedy for la rVlppe;( ,' Influenza, coughs (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) a t.Y'"'''''.IltsavillO..Ar ll SOp OOP 10105 Lr.N. Smyrn..Ar I N I
colds bronchitis SEMI wEEKLY SAILINGS /W Ly............ Oe>Men...........ArBnterprlM. II >>1Ia 44p 115151.. Lake H.l.n .Ar 10p : 1Oj
sore throat neuralgia
have stated to Dr. O. 0. Ilopklnn; of the and iheumattnm., Southbound........ .. ........... .. .. ...-. .... .. .. .. ... ..... ..... .from Leis. Wharf Boston S56. L.......... : ..........Ar II OOa SO it 8Ia, LvOrana. Clty.Ar I OOp 1 R,
i; experiment station of the state that and Purely vegetable easy Nurtlibvund..... ...... .... ... .... .... .........."..from foot of Catherine Street J>ck onvUl .10 Ar.......... aofor4 ........LT 10 BOa OOp 1145. Ar..Or. City Jo. .Lv 12 55p 111
pleasant to take, and never fails to
i when this country wan very new it was Rive quick relief. .. k..22 No. w1 NoT: no. IB ND.2O N.2 No.24 a.5.t .

commonly found difficult to get a Opaao Is a small chocolate coated tab Clyde St. ;Johns River Lines .- lunday d D.IIy, (erc.pt Daily Daly Daily MAYFOBTBBAJHOH.. esoeptSund'y Dally Datll Daily Dally (Inad'y Sets,'

l'', ""catch" of clover on new land. After let, and I Is Hold at 2">c a box at Ked Cross .ni { sal
+ Pharmacy) Tltusvllle. ( Line.) '
a good "catch" was once got then It P_ U p 4 ODSunda ., 110 a LvJ'oktxHiVcAr 7 a. 140 a 1 00 p S 10
.' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 10 p Is p 4 53 100 II n a 80.Jao.toaTlll S so a 8 Ha oa pa.. I UPc p
,{e- was easier to get clover to grow on that Tarnl.hrd Flmmt D... Stopping' Palatka Liter, at. Brands, rmfonl (DeLand), and intermediate land- 1 14 p 0 a0 2 t0 10 oe a .Pablo Bcaoh.. 6 90aUa 8 00 11 10 p a 40 p l H P
i land the next time. There was a say- For the tarnished plant bug a troublesome inns ou theBt.John'n Kiv"r. p 2p p I t! 14S to 14 a Atl..otioIi e T Mil. 15 p Slip 110 p
i0 W P U p lap 100 p II 10 a Ar. Mayport Lv Sues tails 00 II 120 p flip
e lag among the farmers that clover Insect on strawberry plants, ; STEAMER "CITY JACKSONVILLE.

,' would not do well until they got the lYofesiior Steadman of'Missouri has Ii apiiolntail Returning tt null a
wild nature" out of the land. Their obtained the beat results by the use of North-Bound -
pure mid fresh pyri'thruiiis. The pyrethrum SoIotb-lMlUlul SOIiEL"Lu. CLOSE CONNECTION/ MADE AT' MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP Of THE P. 0. .. S. COMPANY FOI
due down Itot..1
i j ; final success wan undoubtedly not I Resin o--!

may be thoroughly mixed .Mal ". a bl I" m. .... .... .... ... ..Jl&t'k..ooyllllt.. .... .. .............. .\rrl'VeT 4$o.. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
of the
; to getting anything: out land. with four times Its weight of common Leave II 40 I', 10. .:....... .....:...... ...'alatka.. ..,..,.. ..............:. Lei" 8 CO p. In.
but nether to getting the bacteria into Leave. 80"a.llI. ...... .:.... ...... .. .. .t..r .... ., .... ............ Leave 11301' m.
v flour and dusted on the plants early In Leave 4 au.a m. .... ....... ....... .8t. Ifraucl. .......... ........... Leave 1110 I' m TI'm.
the Id.J still Leave ... A..... .. ....I'eru.lurd (uuLsndj.)...... ......... .... Leave U 011101)1'0. The* Ttblna show the" tlmiat which train may ba .s..etect to arrive and drparl
J; lit ,...-. ':-.iHnInic the nitrogen/ bacteria In the morning, while the dew is on, Arrive' 830 a. m .. ....... .... .. .. S..o'ord.... ... .. .... .. ..... Leave 9W: .. tu.Arrlvet10:90s. from ttie. several stations, but their arrival or departure at too times stated 1* not iroarantmcl. ,
;, I oniioi-tk with various legumes on 11llnoU by menus of n bellows or other powdet : III .. .. .... ..............Enterprise......... ....... .. ...... ... Leave 10 OIl .. m. tron.tor do the Compaay hold IMeK.reaponilble for any delay or any oontvquenr arising tber

i'' soil;I Dr. Ilopklu bun said; I dusting uiuclilrxv or It may be thoroughly Gen'l Passenger and,Tick at Office, 204 W. Bay St., ackaonvllle.
stirred lu hot water In the pro For Copy of the LOCAL TIME OABD or Other Information
On one of the Boll field ,
+ experiment portion of a pound of pyrethrum to fifteen f \ :kERta., Amt.. len.Ha..... Airt. 2M( West HAT 8t..laoknonvilla.' Fla.
on the university farm at Urbana W O. COOl'Ktt: Jr.,Local Frt.AKt.. JaokHonvllle. 0 P. LOVE1.U, Superintendent Jackaonvllle. SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
gallons of water and applied In foot Hogan Bt.,Jaokannvllle Fla.A' .
where beans have been for
soy grown the form of a spray by means of a : O. HAOBHTV, Oan'l Eiwfn Pa.. Ant. New YorK CLYOK MII.ND!,Oen.. Vet Aet., :New Yofk. RAHITBiil
l J.
D. Aast. Oen. Pus. Agent. ST. ATJO0STI.NJB PLA
three yearn no tubercle could be THKU.: G. KOKIt Oeuoral MutUMter. WM. P OL.VHK <:U.. (General AKenU.CbaiwbronKU ; ,
found on tie plants either the Brat or force pump and spray nozzle liulldliin. State St., Opposite. ) Battery Park. New York. .aaA; -

second your, and only an occasional O. \VALTOV.. Agent, TltUHvllle, Fla. .
florid ....r Prod..t.. .
plant with tubercles: could be found ------ -------- --- -- :
At the Florida cane grow. "
the third yt-ur In 1002: n series of sugar g DOOR J6L71C3b+C3aw
ers' convention specimens of cardboard ?
plot, some of which bud been treated .
? made lu Maine: <; from bagasse, or waste Atlantic Coast Line
In different ways with applications R'y. >

t, limestone, phosphorus and potassium had cane been, were considered exhibited.admirable Their by quality good oCLMIANYJ

were seeded with soy benns. No tubercles -
and it was thought that such 'CJf.lG4
l I could be found at any time during bD', \\
i l cardboard might bo used as a substitute The Great Through Car Line from Florida! D\\
the the beans growing
season on soy
on any of the different plots. In 11)03 for leather and perhaps for Insu- ;;
\i" 'J ;
toe same plots were again seeded tot lathe purposes In electrical work. TO TilE EAST.; avOULM

soy beans and at the mune time partof President l). (I. I'urse spoke of the Over Its own rail to Savannah Charleston Richmond l and Washington, thence st tows'
value and cheapness of southern the o
each plot was inoculated\ with Infected greater via Penoiivlvania Railroad. ,
cane sirup over that made in the
soy bean soir trilled, In with the .
seed at the rate of about 500( pounds> of Antilles. TO TIII3 WEST.
The Louisville eft Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R. R.
+ infected soil to the acreVhoT the
"Spot Dl>*..e" of Alfalfa. jWrfCMJ:
i ; plants were only a few weeks old tubercles -
I The so called: "spot. disease" of alfalfa TO,TUB EAST VIA STEAMSlimVia CITY
:t were to be found upon many
1' plants growing where the L infected soil which is not uncommon in the Savannah; and Ocean Steamship Comp.inv for New. York' Phlladeldhla Bog- HA RR/MlN

had been applied and before the close western states, especially during wet ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to,, New. York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah .
seasons, became somewhat prevalentin and Merchants' and Mlner.it' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore -
: Illinois in 1003. When the effect of aud Philadelphia

this disease becomes marked the leaves "_
turn yellow and growth Is retarded. If TO KB\f! WEST AND HAVANA. ,

this occurs the alfalfa should be Via Peninsular & OccidentalSeamshlp Company.
clipped. This Is the only effective remedy -

known to be practicable. Seeding Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points MM. '9 c

alfalfa with a light nurse crop'hi gaining ,

Ts favor in Illinois./ -C. O. nopklnB.CONTINUE. MILKAQE TICKETS. "
s Interchangeable mileage tickets good; over 13,000 miles of among the principal -
railroads In the southern states are on Hale by the principal agents.
Pot ._
For roHorvixtlons information! apply' to agents of the A. C. L.., or write,

FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Commercial Ant. W. I D. STARK Tr,,". 1'd88. Agt. SMOOTH RUNvSOUTHE

l 1:18: West Bay 10\&., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
Those who gaining flesh
and strength by regular treatment H. M.. EMERSON, Trafflo Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Uen'l. Pa s. Agent. '

Scott's Emulsionshould -- ----

: k t tl In hot weather continue the smaller treatment dose u

and a little cool milk with It will SE.A.BC>.. .R.I> To

do which away Is attached with any to fatty objection pro- RAILWAY WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
1J ducts during the heated AIR LINE
Beaton! and the EAST. HOT N. C.
Sendnr r... .Mmnl.. SPRINGS
l SCOT ft BOW N 11:, Cli.mUl., I
409.41 Plarl !Street New York. CINCINNATI CHICAGO.. "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
.... and 2.o.1 .11 druggiiu.DIXIE .
s. FOJR-
The NORTH and WESTPullman ills "The Sapphire Country."

Newest D..1Aa ....tnt Car

FLYER All TI. To M..1.
it ,
SOUTHERN RAIL AT. M. P. CAKT, Dtrrf. hrrg.v Asni.
SOT BBAN HOOT TCBKUCLK8. Two Elegant Trains Dally tot W. fey au-. Jir..i.ftY.Bo Ft.. -

t i 1 I of the season at least halt of{, these WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. V. ... ,..... P.T. M, .W....,_. O. & _.L. H.Nasewrea. 0.t'.A.Nrk4.ea.D.C.
W. H. TATIM. O. P.AAtbus. Oa ,
1'I plants In the Inoculated part of the ..

Held hud one or more tubercles upon MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT .

their rootn and lIome'plants could b 4 LINE Operating Sleepers. Jacksonville "--"
ONLY Dally Through to New -
Nashville, Chattahocga & St. Louis Ry. Orleans. - -- --
f found whose roots were abundantly

_ provided with tubercles (net the cut). Western and Atlantb R H. .
r It I Is believed that a hundred pounds For Information and steeper reservations cull ou any Agent MalloryLines

of infected soy bean soil. per acre will Seaboard,or writeA.

be sufficient! to produce a thorough In- DAYLIGHT aIDE THUOU'GH O. MACDONKLL, Aunt. Oen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOY r TOY, }'""s. Agt. _
k( fection the Hit-olid year.

_ '' : conclusive evidence that Infected sweet OPSUIII.. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
S.MJ- -- '- -- -------- ---
J Y clover soil can be ustul for the inoculation

of alfalfa. 6t'hb. the bacteria the TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY.: BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Largest and most thoroughly equipped pa.settger uteatnitliips on the coast.NO .

J' two plant acting the same. The Infectwl'Boll 1120.95;' Ooach Excursion KIDNEY DISEASESare OV' RCROWI>D"'G-
j be obtained from
}F 1' where may the sweet claVer Is found anyplace *:7.60, 13 days; $:ii.lX: ( (;H 4) days; IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on tl""- |

; growing with, abundance of tubercles t40.tIi: Regular. Season Ticket the most fatal of all dis blpli, as no tickets) will be sold to exceeLe the Dumberotb T*

on tin root The soil may be collected cases. or the seating capacity of Dining Halla thus insuring all pauengeri IndU 1* |

1. ) to a depth three, or four Inches and 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 service and attention.

scattered over the alfalfa field at the : KIDNEY CURE III TRADE MARKS .
rate of a hundred pounds or more to IAa"Jack l the L IIT*Jaotuonvllla vU A.O- 1...11:011: p, m. Buaraatud HamldJ ctc.
acre. Aeteme..eding a ek.eh.nd dwrtptlnn mar See
.w --- qntakly' s.e."e.n, our opinion; free wbInvmitlnn .th.r an. ( Schedule of Ship in Florida Times--Union)
In probably aiuentahf Comnunh-e..
r\' what Corn :%.eil.. SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. or money refunded. Contains sentraA Un....."<'tIe..nUd."I.lM? MtfeiM'T for HANDBOOK*.+vrlntrp.t.nt.on Patrau LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
x What the corn crop needs at first Is :: ,, Munn A Cut. reeeli
SUPERB EQUIPMENT. remedies recognized by eminent *,*WaiSkee.ithoY" *a,..... In the Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
something to give rapid growth then
It can soon take hold of the courser THROUGH SLEEPERS.E. I physicians as the best for Scientific .Hm rican.A FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

plant food stored in the soil and get Kidney and Bhdder troubles. handsomely. ItTnirtratMl weekly f ar.ee. ttr.enlalton attraction
... ... Through tickets old to all northern For full Information regard'
ahead of tbeweeds nn.II1'I'1I,"". Use the J. WALKER, Fla. Pans. Agt. o( any .1. tnanuU. Term U s ..
tt PRICK Soc.4adi.a. r i four bj ill offered by no other line; diagram, reservatta. ticket, eic., apply.
., ; {r Ingle horn cultivator. with three inch Florida Passenger Agent. H &Cn.zst"sold n. .New York

hoer Instead( of inch und u halt Run Jacksonville, Fla. v lied Cross! IMiarntacy. Ln.oah(ttl_. r St.WulUDcn-tI: ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent: 214 West Bay Srect, JaclsonYills, Florida.

i .



1 .- 4. .' r
A GIANT LILY.: :. I A arise! ,.1.. ".. ('..'..n., '" j

-. -- ,,fOrt Among the Shut Indliin' n .'umnaonI :
'. Sembler Cottage.TITUSVII.T.E. .lni ltr From India and paw I "lI'otllllNtil.t... VHien one family bor ,
F lawvrl.. la Ma...rh. wt.. row u kettle from another it Is expo Hotel Marlborough

:' The very stately I.tlluin gtpunteum Is ,-ted when the kettle I III returned a .' ,
a seldom- grown in thin country except: mnnll portion of' the food that lias been ,

' M A by upeclnlfot The facts that the seed > loUiil In It will he left In the tx>ttom.Shoiiln Broadway, :kith aDd 37th Streets NEW YORK. /
Open All the Year. require a for germination and custom bot ,dlsregunlwl by
year this 400 Room. :400 bath room Lighted entirely with eleotrlalllghU.; Coo-
ii. :. the bulb some years to mature ,sjutnelently an>' one. that person would never l>e dueled on American and European plans, and is managed under the persona /
,P N Good Board and Attention. for flowering! probnbly discourage able to lioii-ow again in the owner supervision. of the owner 1{? ,TM'
ap Reasonable Rate Its popular culture. although It l t must always !know what has been tooke E. S. ('ROVELLManafer.KIAMP.SIIA ,: '

I claimed: to bq perfectly hardy (with tt i .1 l In her kettle A. white woman on .. .. .. .
-- -- ---
7p Two doors from F E. C. Railway covering 0111"8\111> nt Boston, unit soar 0110 ovuislon returned a starred kettle. 'F'-'
fine example have been produced ,In Intending& to tenth a lesson In cU'anllIH LAKE, N..Y. ,: ,

'a t Station, Tltusvllle.MIIS. ...... but her act lieninie the talk of ... ____ ___ .+_ 4.KIAMKSIIA 'lJI
Y L the comp us a, fresh example of the ""

p .... | A. J. SEMDLER, Proprletreea.i merimioMX'' of the whites. LAKE, :' +'

Kiamesha Inn
A flees lice III. !>..". 8ULL1VAX COUNTT', ,
i ?.E. C. HOUSE and RESTAURANT TITUS VILLK, Rossini Html before' the day of special NEW' YOU* .
FLORIDA.. pious fur the: dog but lie vita sufrttlently \ ,
I IIt In iidynnce ut hU. time to recognlxe r1'b\ t
-: EUROPEAN PLAN the equality| If not the superiority This "Xew HocKIedgo" of the North, nestles In: the,mountains by the f" '
of his own favorite l eiiMt. The ( "'ti. ,

of Call for what you want, and pay for what'yon get. We keep on hand tlenmn'sliiKi"'li: says that the 'lute side of a b"allUfllllake, 2,000 feet above sea level.KxquUlte ,'."w': '
Sir: ,\rtluir ttullUun made UiMtslnl's BC _,I,
': the beat of food time can buy, and feed with '
money our patrons same,
liiiilntaius In furls One morning climate. All modern conveniences.) Large airy rooms. {.
;: No beautiful suniloefoi breakfsat," nor Floe Scenery with Bouquet when Sullivan culled to see him, he 2. ( "
?$ for "dinner," j>or Mud Baths for "supper" and a glaaa of alt water to waah found the composer trying! over n piece Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tennis ; y

, )lO'U' meal down. Yuu'g all this free. We charge for what you eat, no of tousle .\' t<< ''I!
",: i more. Don't confound this. place ,with the "Indian River Adobe House." "What Is. Unit'* asked fI 11\"\.II n. Moat reasonable rates. Proprietor.'I
e We treat all alike, Tourists or Rlverltes. f 1.00 per day. "It's my dog's birthday" Koimlid replied ,
\ jlrll'I, "mid I write a little piece .' H. It. rfll.VUKJs,
e 'C. COLLINS Proprietor for him every year." "

-. .. -. -,- ._ _.____. '_n ._ -__._- ------ .
Minimi 0..r.t>.r.. 'Y L
CuHtomer think this IK what my r

daughter told me tOvlC4't.'ou guarantee '
1 It to be one of the popular songs ..

of the "l"y? Miiolr Iler-Yp"} sir; 1IUYN MAWR,

IDUYAL HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA popularity but of iiMirsi among'' I your can't neighbors guarantee after Its The Bryn Mawr Hotel, 1'E't tl.

your lighter has learned to sing It.- ,
,:' Chlrngo Tilbrne.: ,
,. ( Absolutely Fireproof., )
Opposite postotfire. Centrally located. Thoroughly repiired and re-
MasBnchusettft. alr. Fischer of the Irvllla" BuchuVII'4'rN Ip

4 Boston Gardeners and KlorliU club Cure KOHVIIng mine, backache rlieumnlliim .

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted grew the one here Illustrated from seta .nervonsn.. los of Rosh, soil-) OPEN: JUNK TO onTOllFK. For terms etc, a d l lr".". s 1'

PP sown In 181)1, which flowered. In 11W2. meat In the urine renal, calculi, illab tes < ,
Rate 2.50 per day and up. 'fb(, flower spike over seven feet high. And all kidney tioiiblos, IncilldlnllUlllChl' ,
carried ten large very odorous flower.
lloeHHti. They ate purely a ,
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. that kept their Rood looks for nearly LKLANI STERRY, Ir..AM8f.
three weeks.. vet able compound.and nor directly on the I

The plant may attain n height of tenor weakened IlKoues and blood vrnnels of ,

eleven feet according to the botanists the kidney and urinary nigans., hold at BRYN MA Wit, PKNN.
and as the large bottom It'oare r>0a a box by Red 4'ios IMmimnrcy. I,

N. H. O'NEAL sometimes foot in length Its effect in .
) '
u ---- ------ --- -- -- -- -
- very Imposing The white Mowers) are ; --t
tinged with the exterior null .
r. ,
are purplish within and ate about half
a foot in Jeiixth. A partially shaded
ARAGON HOTEL and moist situation In soil composedof HAVE YOU
loam, leaf mold and mind nil> found SEEN'4I
by Mr. Fischer to suit thu Illy Being; .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It hardy, as already stated. Us culture

Is open on the American plan. Rates 2.60 per day and upwards. should<< not be difficult. The Initial expense -
The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put in firet-class condition. of the bulb la considerable. It
When finished It will\ be second to none In the city. New evator and WRit orlglmilly; Introduced from the
new plumbing m being Installed. New and large sample> room being added. Himalayas Into England about fifty

Rooms with bath,.from May. let to Nov. let, $.1 per.day year ago THE: n

.......... With tweet Pen.
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. For sweet peas dig a trench eight \ _

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. inches deep us soon us tHe ground, ran '
be worked well; manure it wpllj then
American plan; Centrally located. Just built and open- sprinkle dirt over top and sow tbe seed'<<
quite thickly:, then cover with about
ed this; season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water three Inched of noil. When\ the plitntn

are ubout four Inches high! till In iigaln.
Baths, Elevator eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All
This gives !good support to tho
I have rack about five feet nigh supplied WALTON BLOKG. ?
street cars. pass the door Rates; $2.00: to $2.50 per clay. with twine Hiring for tho vine

.Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. to run on. Water, freely; pick: the blos-
souls every day; keep the pods pickedoft
until time to sure seed.: Lust year .
I picked flowers on TlMinksgivtng, da.y: _
The New travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. this year not quite no late It I I. a mistake :

to crowd the space of plants! un
-On the American and European I'lao- duly. Let ench one stand nearly or

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant quite clear from nil others even If It .. ..

family home. Rates: Amerleanl'lan. 2.00 and $2.50; European, 50cts be nt the rout of throwing out norm .'
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. plants. Half n dozen fine, vigorous/
unrrowded plants are much more satisfactory .
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The .
than three times us many ,, "I.! ,
beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the crowded and as a consequence 111 '

same management./ = shaped and unhealthy ones. .-Mrs. W

_...- Hoover
T----- -- OOh. -- -

ABLO BEACH. All That !!..If. O....
.' --'
Some people seem to be slow to learn A NEW INVENTION. Recently Patented all Over the World.
that all\ of .a tree and all the fruit It '
OCEAN VIEW HOUSE bears over on another lot belongs to '

FLORIDA.MAGNIFICENTLY tbe man over the line just ai completely The Walton -
an It the tree stood over on his land
LOCATED. This U. not t>nly statute law of every .

state, but it In just and right. All that Self-Locking Tackle Block.
... Ocean Front,. near, East Coast Depot. Has all .Outside Rooms.. ." extends. over the line, root and, top, U. -1- J sw'-IR.' i .. ,
;; longs to the wan that own> the Il1n<1. ,
Sea and Sulphur Baths. He may It lie chooses cut away all the 'I.J r t fMt%': it; This load-holding block le\ ,made In var r "

branches that hang over the line. He t4'r-' Ions shapes and nixes, of WOOD, IRON
may If he choose. cut away all the J;'w" til'SCO .( ", and tJRONZl!:. Will work equally) well i'

RATES: *2 per day, $3 to t2 per week. roots that extend through on bIll land. :fi.""'. ,, with rope, chain or wire I rope. Ii I t trite
From time Immemorial thin bas been. '
; Will work at any bight, upside down, t tt
,\ the. law. All euHonuble' men can seethe ",
ut angle and will
justice of It. All honest men can t fr* Imrlzntally, or any ,

\ see the Import of 'It and will approveof ,. ( I ,,,1 top and lock at any point. .oeta
FLOURNOT FLOURNOV tile law. rJ...! ; Invaluable for every kind of business ..t

Owners and Proprietors. The foregoing is the law an a Ji'utlon- '1IIif" where a block I I" needed', frequently av-' .J;
-- .. -- - al Btoclmuin writer understand. It.
( lug: the labor of one man or more. .
a .7 f
. OLD SEAimnKZC GOOJJALL, FLA. H............. M........ I; tit" Nothing like It for hanging or tretch- ;,',:
Dates of two Important horticultural lug wires. .. 'j ?

event are ai follows: ... ''6 Address all communications to the 'J'tli'' .
... ,
American Hose society Philadelphia
The Seaside Inn GOODALL, FLA.Is March 22-24. H! rV Walton Self-Locking Block Co. ''':> 4
I II Mississippi Valley Apple( Grower. ; "
I III. March 2;. Incorporated) !
Quincy (
of the
now open for the summer season, under the management( owner, ".
'fs'J act
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona ... Office and Wareroom, 4 Orchard >o e
Beach, the hotel 1 le modern In all Its appointments with large, airy pleasant At the recent Western New York' a' ', '. Naar Kowe'* Wharf Elevated Station. .>" "

rooms overlooking tbe ocean and opposite Keating' Casino and Pier.;y Horticultural soilety meeting I're.I I 4 .:..i, BOMTON! MAHM.!
3 .: I II ::1.
The surf bathing la unexcelled.: Terms moderate. fesiior Heath, a practical orclmrtlUt as l j .
HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and N,analer. well as an experiment station worker, i i L..
I : In the method of roevlog .
that most orchards I ; $ showing new
... .. -- -- -- expressed the !belief: I the rope In the triple block figure 1 starts
could IM made to produce ,wore by better ;; ''"' : ..' at tbe becket of the upper block coming/ ,.
feeding. fears> and plain especially !.; down to center sheave of lower block,
may be manured highly: lint. mad y, then figure 2 entering upper block In a
JOB PRINTING to produce accordingly, ( right band sheave. Figure 3 coming: ,
Another speaker stated that thirty down to lower right' hard abe..e, flguieI / a
his orchard entering upper left hand sheave, flan re
years ago be saved from ; r L N ,
t 5 entering left hand cheaveof lower block 9" i iper
the tree i'i (
the caukeruurui l/y/ dusting '
t'r .
of ,, snd figure entering ceo ersbea,*ofaj r, i 'A s
with mixture one part part greento
'ii' '
lower block wants to
bio.k. The
Executed at the office of the ten part of fine. /flour contained in : face the opposite way to upper block In I ? 'l "'
muslin bug. \ order to be able to reeve tbe rope In this '
The Maiden' Blush apple l was reported manner and prevent cross) line.k_. t, /s
as a very popular and pro table '. -
market aPflIt l known In few York ,4 Sample Blocks can be seen at the Ai>. t
I ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. stntean the American nlu>>1I. It vac voc,*m of Tltusvllle; and at the store w f I' 1 j
1 EAST COAST highly: recoiuineiwled as keeping: well 'of s. D. Hubbard/ k Co., Jacksonville.: .l'
ln--old storage 4.11 Call and see these blocks worklnc.





\ *





5 :.......... ................ .............. THE SUMMER NORMAL. wnr USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS- -

.iI1JEWELERS : WHAT MR. FLAGLER i I when you can buy tbe best Self-Lock East Coast Meat Marke

; AND SILVEKSMITIIS, To-day closes the second week of the ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same

41 Went' Bay Street, Normal Tltusvllle, which la under the price;;, flow In use in the United O. F. DUREN, Agent

M; iI iII JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA HAS DONE FOR FLORIDA. IThe I able charge of Prof. J. I). Teeter and' States Army and Navy Departments. s=
Miss Battle Carpenter and Examine Pritchard A Sons **a
Largest stock In this section of ; everything them at or
Established la 1808.; country. *****************************************************, I I. running on schedule time. The session the ADVOCATE office,:Tttusville. g; o::

Send for descilptlve catalogue. Troy (N. Y.) Budget, In a lengthy River and the west bank of Lake Worth begins promptly at ,even o'clock w s:

-- article on Florida} among other things, are now a great plantation; here a bean a. m and continues without intermission ..NN.NNN.NNNN -: tss

_ i1In -THEFLORIDA says: farm, beside it one where lettuce Is raised until 12.ta: _xcept the 30 minutes t E. Vesey Hall J tyC
the carload odorous given to military drill under the direc- pt
u Florida owes much to Henry M. Flag- by with orange Q.
ler. Mn Flagler has not merely caused, groves between and beyond. tion of Major F. M. Taylor.: The fea- j '- Georgtana, Fla. Z I

MOTOR CO. two blades of grass to grow where there MILKS OF PINEAPPLE FIBLDH. ture of the work, is proving very popular j S Boat Builder. | \

was but one, but haa opened hundredsof ,. and the training/ will, unquestionably | -
up i :
DAYTONA, FLA, are miles of pineapple Melds, ro
miles of be of untold value to the teachers iONLYFIRST-CLASSWORK. -=a.
territory, making possible J
Carry a full line ofAUTOMOBILES..... producing fruit ten times the size of the : 'I\ .09
In the discipline of their The .. d
for others to cultivate the soil ,and develop fruit grown else whore.' And beyond schools. : Write for Estimate 2 ::

and TIKES Its resources. Lake Worth, on the borders of the Everglades I Company "falls In" every morning at ...................... TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
.....In stock, also 10:10 and drills until 10:40: a. m. j I
TITB!!: won ov nUT FEW YEARS tomatoes are grown all throughthe = '
iai As there Is so much ground to cover, -
MARINE and STATIONARY OASO-. Tbe settlement of the East Const of winter on Thousands of acres each not: a moment Is l lost, and the programme; .N...+........+........N*.*.INNN.N.NNNN+N
f.IXK ENGINES year, the quality Improving/ the quantity / E. R. Blakewood, ,
Florida : K. A. Morgan, Proprietor. Druggist
has been the work of less than of recitations alone is enough to give a
+ DYNAMOS, Increasing, and these are the beginnings. f
a score of years. Twenty ;years ago person tbe headache.
Each year thousands of acres are addedto
MAGNETOS when Mr. Flagler made his first visit to Prof. Teeter is tbe instructor In arithmetic -

BATTERIES:' this City, there were less than! half a the cultivated land, hundreds of persons algebra, civil government, physical iRED

P VAPORIZERS, dozen resorts In the State. Coming to enabled to maintain themselves In geography and grammar; and Miss
? an equable climate, and avoid the trying ,
SPARK: COILS Florida then ment coming to St Augustine Carpenter has the classes In pedagogy,
winters of the north. Each
season newtowns i
FT r and PLUGS Jacksonville and half a dozen outlying orthography, geography, history, reading -
of. all[ kinds, and are them for spring up I In this beautiful land,
t offering towns. Tbe beautiful days, warm, and English competition.In TITCSV1ULE, FLORIDA.
sale at... others Improve and grow, the fame of !
bright and addition to the
sunny-the superb moonlight regular text book
Stock of
their tropical beauty and attractiveness Complete -
..OTJO 3E3=LIO3ZS.! .. nights the sailing over warm seas In work, the Instructors have arranged for
spreading to other lands. All made
I February, was a new. and overpowering several of tbe town children to come
by the and
They have a few bargains In sensation to the world-wearied man of of one progressiveness man.BEAUTIFUL. Investments every day at 810:! when a model class Is : JiA Filled With the

} KNOX, business. It enthused him; like the conducted under Miss Carpenter' di Care and Promptltude.

BUICK; 'wine of old Spain, It Intoxicated him- rection. i GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
he wanted others to enollt his fellow THE ST. JOHNS Last week reading lessons were given
WHITE ; I Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushed,
I ." business men to come here.__ u _. _and.__H. while..____ I RIVER. each day, and the students had an opportunity Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other articles kept
DEMOOV.. breathing the delicious to show by up-to-date drug stores.
- air, laden with byc practical work' !

GRANT FERRIS, I the bouquet of the orange blossom. and One of the what they could do" In a BChooJi room. S3T: We give prompt and careful attention... ..to..all..mall...orders......'....
pleasures of travel In Flor .......................... ..
ti MARiNE & STANIONAHV ENGINES. the jasmine, to enjoy the luxuries they ida at this time of the year, Is a trip on It takes any amount of courage to standup .. -- .. -
were accustomed. to In their northern the before a critical class of fellow-teach-

All[ Kinds of homes. St.Sanford.Johns river The between Clyde Line Jacksonvilleand are running ere and impArt knowledge to a crowd of E. L. :ae 'D &:, ,:eeO.: ,

LATHE WORK The spirit of old Spain that had sent a strictly first-class service and Its little children, knowing that as soon as DEALERS IN- '

A Specialty. forth the early settlers In search of patrons are well pleased. 'The rate In the children are dismissed, your methods GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS!

wealth-of the"fountain of youth"-.was each'direction'' between Jacksonville and and manners will be mercllessly'crltlol ed. ,

Write for PrlcolI'Bnd Terms. everywhere; It came from the old fortas Sanford Is only $1.73: including meals The criticism, however, is very kindly, We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for APES FERTILIZERS.!
and the We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all conIum
------ he ]looked from his good-humored way which
windows in the and stateroom berth and la
; certainlyvery ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
.. 7'1.. L. J.WOTLO: San Marco,' the narrow streets, the ever4banRlng cheap. Steamer leaves Jackson the victim receives It. is proof of how E. L. BRADY; BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

balconies, and I he determined to vllle, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursday! much good the students are receiving. __ .. __ _n..___ __ ,_ _
reproduce tho splendor and beauties of at 3aO: p. m., and Is due in Sanford: about This week the 'model lessons are, In

Abe Old World In the new-to transit 0 o'clock the next morning; leave Sanford number work or nature study. W. E. GOLDSMITH
the old towns Into bit of ancient There are' now twenty-one students ,
a Spain. returning to Jacksonville, at 0JO::
This resulted In building of the Ponce a. m., Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays enrolled. Piofexttor Teeter has everything -Dealer In-
de Leonthe Alcazar and Casino tbe due In Jacksonville / going right ti. the minute, and expects
Turkish baths and the construction of the following morning. Passengers may to run at 1.aat..1It weeks. ,
Im wellpavelt streets. retain leisure staterooms, getting up at their TOUR OF INSPECTION. TITUSVILLK FLORIDA

I If you wish a cool pleasant trip, with CMessrs -- ,
Fourteen years ago Mr. Flngler bad J. R. 1'arrott first
plenty ot Rood things to eat and nice vice-pres INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
not been south oC( this point. Hut be stateroom accommodations ident and general manager; of the F. E.
oar advice
,loves the warm sunny land, and was Induced C. Ry; J. 'J.'. Goff, general superintendent FLA.
Is, take a trip on the beautiful St. Johns
k i v to vislt'Lake Worth, then a beautiful !- river. ; and J. P. Beck with, general l traffic Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-backed or ]loose. Special attentlaj
#' """rH' spot, tbe winter home of wealthy manager of the same line, passed through paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto..
< T. T. WETMORE Proprietor. .
Fine Liquors Wines Beers northerners. Again the languorous, CISTERN CAVED IN. Titusville, Tuesday, on an inspection of ,
_tJ1' Ales Stout, Etc. tropical air, the odor of the p'_ mpple, --.J the railroad and other property. They

Jt KV Send Me your orders I the stateliness of the waving fronds of the went as far as Miami and Cutler. SUPPLY
Contractor Taylor, of Cocoa, had an THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND COMPANYI!
ij TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. cocoanut palm cast their spell over Mm. accident .
Tuesday, to the 18,000 gallon
_ I' Again he yielded to Its Influence, and CHURCH NOTICES.
,' cistern be Is building for the Indian
J. L.' MOB LEY bullded that thousands of others might River hotel, Tltufcville. The north side Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

share the enjoyment. The construction of the cistern caved In, owing to a rush Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold DIviDe ,
TITUSVILLE of the two hundred and eleven miles of service
FLA. on Sunday next at St. Ga- .
of water near the foundation and heavy ; .. .
Contracts for all kind of Painting, KalOmlnlng railway followed, connecting Titusville pressure of aand agalac6. the brick wall. briel's! Episcopal church, Tltusvllle, at .
Staining. finishing and Paper with Miami on Biscayne Bay. At Palm 11 u. m. and 7:3i: p. m Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick....,
Mr. Taylor will not go so deep Into the
Hanging, at the most reitMonable price Beach on Lake Worth, great hotels ,arose -
consistent with good workmanship. and failed to entertain all who ground now, but will build about two There will be preaching In the Methodist Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 26'i, j
feet above the ground, which will necell"Itato church, Cocoa, next Sunday at 11
All Work on the East Coast came; these were enlarged again and his using about i 000 more brick. a. m. and 7)0::) p. m. All are cordially J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager. .
again, and each made luxurious.
year more Invited to be
1"t p, present. -- --- ---
Is Especially Solicited. I
F Let me know what you want and get my Shoe Repairing. Regular services at the Titusvllle Baptist The I Oldest KHtabllahed Grain anil Seed House In the State.
estimate on It. MIAMI ., church ...
i } Prompt attention on Sunday July .I4tb. to
given to all work. Ten years ago the town of Miami con- I do all kinds of hoot and shoe repairIng which all are cordially Invited. Bible' a< 1Jttt tt ''

r tained one house. It Is now a thrivingcity and do not forget it. Opposite Jas. school 10a. m. Preaching at 11 aa. m. JO..6.. :Sours: &; Oo.

t William Bindle with sewerage, water system, gas Pritchard Jk Son. ANDREW GIBSON, HOWARD B. OIHIIONS, Pastor.

and electrlo Hghts. Mr. Flagler spent Tltusvllle Fla. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON several hundred thousand dollars on the ,

f WORKER channel, preparing the way for the government rl- .... ARE YOU LOOKING.,.
work. lie has been Instrumental y.tnnlter-Should you* that n,[fY Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
say picture
1 Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe In line ]? Mfj$
Fitting. establishing of steamers
a to was taken from life Critic-I
-1 GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE Uavanna shortening the sea voyage many don't know nut the world wouldn't ?
.T hours. He established .a line to Nassau suffer If the nrtlxt was. AJlt: for Purina! Feed. Warehouses on tracks: of B. A. L. R'y. and Plant System

TANKS MADE TO ORDER. and erected a hotel there --- -- -
Improving ----- --
+ Your Patronage Is Solicited another and adding to the list. of winter i HI. Prrtm1rncr, Triumph.
COCOA FLA. resorts that Florida Is now famous for "I wrote yon," *li,' said, "to call and If you are, then ADVERTISE In the _-.a -c4Seed """CCm1I : --; -- -

get your letters which you did. Then EAST.COAST ADVOCATE, one of the most W
NOT LIMITKO TO ri.KA.SUHK. ;you; Immediately wrote me another I
"' widely cliculated papers In this state.
Stanley Kitching Hut !the> results of Mr. Flagler's investment can't understand it. Potatoes.SPAULDINC'S
} "Why. then I had mother one to Tour money outlay,wilUbe small, but I
tnv East
on Coast-of Florida are .
; -Dealer In- call nnd get didn't I?" he returned. trade will be
by no means limited to the pleasure and your materially Increased '
I FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY CIGARS enjoyment the great resorts give. Infinitely Then Hfoiuff$ there was only one way One of Jacksonville's prominent merchants I I i'
to get rid of him. aloe proiulued to mar- ROSE, No.4. $3.25 Bbl.
+ Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy China more Important has been the ry him.-Clilcujjo,; Post.! recently wrote us : "We Inserted BLISS TRIUMPH $3,00 "
and Temperance Drinks. opening of hundreds of miles of fertile .
up I
; The following brands of olgars delivered country, permitting fruit and vegetable! H* Knew U. ourad. In your paper for three months, l HEBRON. $2.76 I

1 at tJ.23: per box of 50: growers to cultivate the soil where semitropical ".\.. Mr. 1'rnnkly," exclaimed Miss as.a trial. It has already done good, so Garden and Field Seeds.

Ilumboldt, Key West Smokers Premos, climate makes possible the production Gusher, "your; net-rot are so beautiful! please Insert the ad. for another nine I L :El.C>N'. SooClSD1a.n.: : ,
1i Cremo, Cubanas, I'obalnkl.. You are suivly the great poet.Tint's .'-" months." l 0flLEast
of vegetables the t J
during winter Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
Flinch Cards, Mc.; Hand Made Palmetto months and the successful growing of whet, ," replied! Krunkly, who That Is how live, up-to-date merchants
Hats, :!:io. dltillked argument. "You cnii't get upa of tbe ,
_ STUART .FLORIDA. fruits heretofore cultivated In the West debate with me on that point."- speak ADVOCATE: as an advertising en i ___3__ ""
4f Indies alone. The banks of the Indian I Philadelphia Letlser. medium. \
.. .
-- ---
,y :! ---- -.- ---__HUU.n- ___-___-_- _-__-_- __ -- - -- --- ---- ----- -- -- -- -
i & Graham Co

I (Incorporated.) s INSURANCE

k 1I 1, PAID UP CAPITAL J3,000.00.: .. eGLOBE"r; r

This company owns .
::: tj:;

DLiA.. 3ST ID S, (jASOLI NE. '4ti > :

k the Indian !
I Country; On the St. '. FIRE Liverpool *; London A Globe; Hartford, yKtna: Continental, Home,
Lncle River; at New 'River and on Day Xorthern Assurance, Phenix, Fireman's Fund, Pennsylvania

Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. MARINE ENGINES r :

Send for Land List. TORNADO ) Continental Insurance Co., of New York. ',* c aw

Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. .r*' zoA

LIFE I ; New York Life Insurance Co.-the great International l life Insurance

Hodgson Bros. company of the world-Assets 8S3: : millions.!. > ,r;
\ ,," I. IC:
u EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ACCIDENT Union Casualty A Surety Co., of$C: Louis, t'

;. s General Merchants Marine and Railway.Ship Chandlers. \ AI"11/ ; THE S. ,B. HUBBARD CO. 11 i

..Special Facilities.. SURETY BONDS : Fidelity Deposit, co, of Mar IMA.! .,'\\I -..A.GJ1N'TSF: ll F ,

for Hauling Out, Storing and .
,,' !l: =
Yachts and Launches. i] Jacksonville.' Florida. I -
Represented by f-7- =
Mention the ADVOOATB .beD writing. > t e r"-

} :MOa.a-.A.Jsr: : : W : ".: Z
i J niP: OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, cb.) -r-sTON' : .v O CO

{ r