East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00305
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00305
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. II, L, Holmes of Canaveral, wall Special Salo at Klliie'ti. Master Gus Thompson of :South Brevard! County Commissioners,were AMONG THE HOTELS. '

in town a day or so the first of the week. Jacksonville, Is visiting !Mrs. Goo Han In session yesterday, examining! the tax -

nd ToplcH of General .Interest. -Mrs. "Rena Taber, of Fort Pierce arrived LADIErt 2rt In.Umbrellas, made 01(f r ford. books The ADVOCATK 'Is now on file at. all ,$
In town on Sunday last, for a visit good; quality of Black Uloila Silk, natur: -Mrs. Hugh C. Sparkman arrived Remember, If you Intend going the best, hotels In New York city. ,

THE ADVOCATE, with her uncle Mr. S. J. Norton. al wood handles silver trimmings worth!I from Ocala on Wednesday evening for North the Clyde agent Is In Tltusvtlle. 1/ .

1.50 per annum, in advance. : I $1.75: ; special 1 119. visit with her mother Mrs. Myers. and he can secure your ticket. antberths' Where to stop along the East Coast "
$1.00 six months '. -Mr., Trez. Feaster who Is now with See list of hotels and boarding houses !
Also another lot, worth *.',00, for $1. 'r
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. the Cocoa proeeryman, E. C. Johnson Ranker Brown came tip from Miamion on lit and! 7th pages '

was a pleasant visitor In Tltusville on 40.MEN'S Sunday to look after his Interests In I -Mr. T. Grbtjan Ronald of Lotus
y Reading notice ads. are ten cents 28' In. UMBRELLAS worth Before leave home for Jacksonville
Came up to Tltusvllle\ yesteiifny on board, you
line on' this page. Sunday. the county town of Breynrd and returnoil
per $2.00 for fl.toIEN'S ...\). his launch Petrel. Ha will probably \ road the hotel ads on oar 7th page '
When subscribe for the ADVOCATE SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND on Monday night. I
you LEATHER.BELTS Black or return home toddy so thad you may know where to stay, _
by the year It done not cost you orders for Hardware, Building Material Tan,'Latest Styles, worth 7Jcts., special', WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISETry i

{hree cents per week, postage Included. I Etc., to The Oeo. II. Fernald 40cts. tin, fret' our prices and be con -Quite ft. few of our townspeople attnndud !Mr. Wm. Catto formerly f'P"latkaRtHI '

'. THK EAST COAST ADVOCATE: is pn Hardware Co., Sanford! Fla. LADIE'S UNDERVE8TS, with silk vinced. No trouble to show goods, the Mid-Summer Carnival at Jacksonville Fla but now proprle-. (
ale at the following news-stande, at five for of the Tudor MAMS.\
- Miami this week, and nil report an en- Nahant.. ,
tents : -Mr. J. E. Ingraham 3rd vice-presi tape in neck and arm.hole", worth SlOots., whether you buy or not. J. R. Walker
per copy time In the will take charge of Hotel Cairo Washington -
joyable Magle City. ,
12Lgots.BATISTE A Co. Tltusvllle Fla. t{ _
Tltusville-Red Cross Pharmacy dent of the F. E. C. Hallway\ was a passenger special ? *
, D. C., In September: "i_
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. on yesterday's southbound train, worth loots., special lOcts. When In need of Insurance-lire, NEW SHIRTS-SKK THEM t,

' Note date of expiration printed upon en route to Cocoa. per sard..WHITE' tornado, life, accident-consult Morgan I Large line to select l from All New Col. W. G. Wlnans a former "assistants. \ tit

s, our paper or wrapper every week. This I Iu\.WN.fine and sheer 82 In. A Walton :.Tltusvllle, Fin. For list of Shirts, and the best on the market manager of the Indian River hotel, TItusvllle -.
'S.tS. need I -Mr. W. E. Goldsmith wife and two
for No
|s a receipt your money. I wide, worth IScts., special loots per from oOots. to 41,50.: Try them stopped over here from Wednesday
j companies represented by them sea their
for ns to send receipt for subscription. children who have spent the past three .
J. R. Walker A Co. Tltusvllle.Rev. until Thursday, en route from
m he date gives I It to ad. on sib ,
; you. or four weeks In Columbia S. C., and yard.Will page.
also place on sale about KM) pairs I (Hobo Sound! to Jacksonville, nit
ADVOCATES for sale at the Red Hendersonville, N. C., are expected to of Children's all -Mrs. A. A. Taylor and daughter,, of H. H. HturfreM"' of Sanford, left,
Shoes, \ sizes, worth fromt.2i'i.'totl.60.and
- 'r08S Pharmacy Tltusvllle. arrive home today.nOYIS' Cocoa.., were passengers on aturd"'anorlbb"nlfl Wednesday for New Smyrna: and I>nytonn > The Sombter Cottage and F. K. C.
$ $J 00, special Wets. House and have h ll
after spending several day In 'fl-| Restaurant Tltnsvllle;
-Dr. F. H. Houghton; spent, from CLO'fIIiNG.Snit ([Odds and ends of tLe season.) train, on their way to Maine !
tusvllle and vl lulty. He preached; on loon l doing a Hourlshlnff business of late. I
,; until at from for the balance of the summer. Mr. Tuy- I
aturday Monday DaytonaWe aces to 16. Prices\ range Mall orders promptly attended, to. Nothing like advertising to draw busi
Sunday night at LnOrnnge
from $1.50! to $7.00() (or accompanied them us far as Tltus
suit. Next
; any JULIUS It.TltulvlJle ,
understand; the Clyde Line will ness. Ruail the ads. on 7th page.
'week you may have ?4 off of price. Via. vllle -Mr. J. A. Collins the popular mall
ot run their steamers between Boston, made
UI 3ass Point and Nahant,this summer. J. R. Walker A Co., Titusville.Mr. -Mr. F, 1) Wright station agent pro agent on (he Tltunvllle-Sitnfonl! branchof Several Improvements are being

J. Mendel and -Mr. J. S. Coats of Rockledge was tern, at tills point was a Fort Pierce the F. E.'O. Ry., who has been i on the to Hotel Windsor Jacksonville\ and Mr. 4'I

-Miss Lula 11 McGuire of Lakeland, It-ft daughter, Miss In town' on Wednesday. visitor the latter, part of last week. sick list for a week or so, ,,11111000 go ona Myron L. Howard, assistant manager, y
la., arrived on Friday last, for an ex- Mendel on Monday for the dispatcher vacation the first In many years, lor I'. Informs the ADVOCATE that the Windsor
New' York via" the opular Clyde Judge Minor S. Jones returned here 'Phillip, competent liny ,
ended visit; with her sister, Mrs. R. R. | C, B. Spenr has taken Mr Collins' place will be ready to receive guests about the
ably managed the affairs of the ofllce
Piles. where, they will spend the balance of the last Saturday, from Orlando where he end! of October.
I on the truln for a while
during Mr. Wrights absence.
summer with Mr. Mendel's sister. had been holding court: ,

-Mr. W. H. Hall wife and little girl, and Mrs. Mr. CarlO.I Curtis of Jacksonville Mr. A. E. Dick, a former manager of 4,
-Mr. Joseph Jefferson Sr.
-Miss Edith Burns of Canaveral arrived Major E. F. Brltton who has beenon the Tampa Bay hotel Tampa Is the 1I +
I lotl ere passengers on Sunday's southbound at Buzniird's Mans. Mr. and after a pleasant visit ot nearly two pro- ,
are Bay
train, en route to Palm Beach and Miami. In Tltusville\ on Monday returningto the Star force for some months left Mrs Chas U. Jefferson ; weeks with his wife and children at LaGrange proprietor and manager of the celebrated! s
her home on Tuesday. :She: came For his home at Seabreeze Fla on Sat at Sandwich
Long Beach hotel
will be Long Beach Long
They gone; a week. Mass. ; and Mr. and Mrs Joseph Jeffer returned to the metropolis of ,
- over to do some shopping and to ..eeTltllsvllle. urday last.
Island well as of the Hotel
Florida on Wednesdayv Carl's many as manager
MEMBER- son, Jr., two children and maid are at
tbl.ls her
first visit here
as Mrs. E. E. Rollhis and Miss friends to him here Urenoble New York. ,
Lily the Intervals house White Mouotalnl.N.ll. were pleased see
Yr9P ALL DRY GOODS AT COST until In four years ,
Geiger were the Garner again as he used to be one of our -
August 13th. Do not walt passengers on May popular The Ocean View hotel, Pablo Beach
-Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Grimes proprietors

J. R. Wa ker & Co; Tltusville Jacksonville Monday.GreenCove townsmen managed by Messrs. Flournoy A Flaur-
of the Cocoa house Cocoa, were Springs. ,
-Our job printing department has noy with Mr. W. C. Fielding', chief
-Mr. L. C. McCormack of Lake City northbound,passengers on Sunday afternoon upon the Tltusvllle Livery at roar of
-Dr. Dy R. Wilson was suddenly called been running on full time of late.. The clerk has been doing a nourishing bualnella ,
Robbins' law for
arrived In town Friday last; and will en route to New York and other office a stylish up-
to Jensen Wednesday. to the rush Is now over and we are.agaln readyto of late. Last Saturday and Sun
owing ,
take the place of Mr. T. C. Singerfleld, places of interest. Tbey will be gone to-date rig. Leave your order' for
Illness of a lady resident. lIe returnedto all kinds of double and flU all orders with promptness, We day the hotel was crowded! with guests.To .
former night dispatcher at this place about a month. single hauling.

who left Saturday for St. Augustine Tltusvllle yesterday. Feed and sale stable a specialty appreciate the support given this office the seashore the people have begun ,

-Attorney Geo. M. Robbins la kept J. M. by our merchants, and It will bn duly re to Hock In numbers the
-Miss Josephine Brady returned here OSIIAN Tltusvllle Fla. : fairly large and
-Mrs. John R Mlotf of Indianola! very much on the move with his extensive membered. "One good turn deserves ,
> yesterday from a three weeks' stay with Continental hotel, Atlantic Beach, Fla., .
was a passenger on Saturday's north- law practice being away from Tltusvllle -Mrs. Geo. }f. Robbins will shortly another."
Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Hendry, at Fort under the able management of Mr Wm. ,
bound train, en route to New York and all last week In places between return to Tltusvllle from her visit to
- Pierce. She reports having had a most -Miss Edna Berge, of New York, a H. Kenney manager of the Inn, Ormond t
her at Point
N. C. and
other northern cities for the remainderof Jacksonville and Miami from which latter parents Caswell ,
enjoyable visit, 'though the weather was Mauler Richard and the will frequent winter visitor to the East Coast has been doing quite a good buslneas. of
the summer. town he returned home on Sunday baby return
morning.: rather warm. with her, leaving Master George with I who -with her mother-on an 8,000() The hotel Is receiving excellent patronage +

-We hear some of our townspeople mile pleasure' trip with a party of friends from Georgia. and other South
-We understand that Mr. L. C.Branntntc bl.l grandparents( and aunt.-Mrs. J:ob- i
, : to leave the mountains of C. C. of States. well\ Florida and r iI
,. expect -Attorney Richard and the writes the ADvocATe as follows "I cannot ern as as many
blnll. I
agent of the F. E. C. RailwayCo. baby surprisedtheir
North Carolina within a.\ week or so, West Palm Beach, after a short visit to friends their begin to describe our delightful trip. leaders of society are arriving every
by in Tltusvllle
at this place Is recoverlng'slowlyfrom appearance
among; them being Mr. E. L. Brady MrsF. New York' and his old home passed yesterday afternoon. We are greatly surprised over this city week. The Continental Is one of the
effects of his recent illness.
A. Morgan and son, Rosser. and through Tltusville, Monday night, on Rollins (Seattle, Wash. ), for ills, ahead of San finest summer hotels on the Atlantic ,g
Dr. who him
accompanied to
others. his way home. He came south on the Chas. Walton, editor of the EAST Francisco and Los Angelos." coast, and Jacksonville should feel very ,
North Carolina Is still with him.
3 Clyde steamer Comanche and had a delightful COAST ADVOCATE, Tltuivltle was In proud It. The territory from which
-Mr. J. H. Allen of New York who GET THE DEST-
trip. Ask him about It. -Dr. W. L. Hughlett of Cocoa, was a Jacksonville, yesterday. The ,Auvo- the Continental draws Its patronage is
owns a line piece of property near the Shoe Nothing/ better than Bannister
on Saturday's northbound OATS: Is one of the brightest and most broadening summer and the man
passenger ,
Ilaulover left for Jack -The office and parlor of the better
canal Daytona,* ambler $.VOO( ) and $I.OO) Shoes. Nothing
" train en route to Baltimore Md., to widely circulated of any weekly In agement sees a decided'' Improvement '
... sonville and other points. on Saturday Cottage are undergoing; extensive: repairs paper for the price than Star Brand Shoes
see his old school mat, Mr. Hoffman .Florida and Editor Walton deserves all after Last Saturday:! and Sun-
year year.
last, after spending a day or so In Tltusvllle. this we k. The floor and wood. You Had them only at fl K. Walker. ACo's.
Allan and to get a few more medical the success be Is renplug with his enterprise. day the number of guests were about
work are being newly painted and a new ., Tltuavllls' FU.JDr .
carpet and rugs 'will\ soon be in place. points at the celebrated John Hopkins .-From Tuelld.,'* Florida Times 100, and! the surf bath was much In evl-

-Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wooten and Miss This popular house is doing a rushing; hospital. Union. W8.Grahm,of Miami !a former dance, nut only by the hotel guest, but i

Daisy Brady are now sojourning at the this FURNITURE I FURNITURE I I prominent and well-kno resident of those: who arrived to spend the day. The p
business season, every room being ARE!: YOU ABOUT TO TRAVEL
Imperial hotel Uendersonvllie N. C. Our stock Is complete. We save Tltusvllla\ stopped over at the /Humbler water was fairly alive with bathers on 1
occupied.Mrs. you See Walker A Co. Best Trunks, Telescopes 1
We understand Mr. Wooten has resigned i money. We meet outside competition cottage from Wednesday until yesterday Sunday afternoon. The dance on Saturday
Dress Hull Cases. Pricesto
from his position of president of the -! S. Carpenter of Lotus who and pay the freight. J. R. Walker A please, and Interest etc. on his way to Jacksonville\ for .a night was well attended and there

Maxton (N. C.,) bank so we hope he will has been in town visiting Mrs. Sharp Co Tltusvllle Fla. J. n. Walker A Co.you Tltusvllle. while. The Doctor's friends were pleased were tome beautifully gowned women''

return to Tltnsvllle to reside. and Mrs. Stewart, returned to Lotus on to see him looking well. !)r, Gra- tripping the light fantastic" to the

Wednesday. She recently lost her little -Miss Alice Sanders and Miss Hattie ham Is a member of the firm of Robblns
-Miss Leila Anthony of West Palm -Mr. D. B. Prltchard shipped bis International sweet strains of music poured forth by

Beach who has been enjoying a vlstt boy, and came! to Titusville for a change. H. Carpenter of Cocoanut Grove; spent engine to Fort,Pierce, last A Graham Co., Titusvllle and Is a follower the ladles' orchestra. Manager Kenney ,

with Miss left Mrs. Carpenter I II accompanied by her from Friday till Sunday with" Miss week, to have It Installed In a boat he of Blackstone: at Miami. who Is quite popular with the sueata'a ,
Clark of
Evelyn Daytona
10-year-old boy, who weighs l.'ISlbs.: ) and Sanders' parents, Mr and Mrs. W. R.
bId recently purchased .t that place.On \ continually on the move, looking after
on Saturday last for Hotel Hamilton -Mr. J. L. Mobley and Capt. James
Sanders at Iridlanola rfr. Barnes Sanders
Is the picture of health. Mrs. Carpenter Friday last he went down to bring things connected with the different de- $
White Springs, Fla., which la ably man- bringing them back In his launch on Blmonson made the trip to Artesla and I
and boy expect to return Tltusvllle the boat to Tltua.llle. and at Cocoa was lartments; and the guests" take note ,
aged by the popular Mr. John S. Bowen. board the Hwlfl
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. return yesterday, on ,
and make this place their home hat he knows his business. ..
Miss met on Sunday by Mrs. D. B. Prltcbard .
Anthony was accompanied by Miss Capt. Fisher's. new mall boat. On Tues.day
Allen Alnslie of Boston and Miss /Candle Stewart and )[ Wm. The office staff Is obliging
Clark. -Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. M. Henblln and r the Swift made the trip from Ar a very one, y

... bright little daughter, Dorothy have Swampscott }I...., whose mother ownsa )bfesser. and all enjoyed ma early morn- toils to Tltusvllle la 5 hours and 10 minutes and comprises the following: Mr. Its

Chas. H. Walton editor and proprietor been guests of the Continental hotel I beautiful orange grove at Rackledge ring ride to Tltusvllle, arriving here at and although she was on half speed Hey wood, chief clerk; Mr. S. H. Montgomery ;

of the well-known EAST COAST Atlantic Beach for some weeks past, I was a recent visitor to the New Magnolia 0 o'clock: Monday. for many miles, to keep her engines from ; front ol.rk.; Mr. Hugh Murray,

ADVOCATE Is a guest of the Continental hotel Magnolia Mass. Mrs. Alnslie night clerk Miss Sims, bookkeeper
where they are quite popular. Mrs.Heublln ; ;
Attorney K. II. Seymour, of Miami getting bat, she beat all previous records
hotel Atlantic Beach, with, a party of who makes an excellent: chaperone was and Miss Hann, stenographer.MASONIC ..
halls from Louisville Ky.
who had been on a business trip to Kiss-. by ten minutes and will make much

friends. Mr. Walton I. surprised at the where she bats host of f end.. She will accompanied by a bevy of beautiful mmee, was, a passenger on Monday better speed wbeu the engine gets
large; number of guests In the hotel; and ladles. Mr. Alnslie Is one of the ;
soon leave for New York to go on a night's train, en route home. The sleep- limbered up. NEETINQ.
says Wm. S.- Kenney the manager, Is proprietors of the most up-to-date hotelIn .
of weeks
cruise a couple or
pleasure leg cat was crowded and as a Miami -- -
quite popular although he Is a new man the Swsmpftcott'section of the Old
at Atlantic Beach. The prospects for a so with the yachts of the New York and young lady failed to get a berth Mr. To Orange Orower Indian River Lodge No. OO, F. A A. +
Bay State. Aloalle Jk Grabow are themanagers
Hartford Yacht Clubs, an Invitation bay Seymour her his '
very generously -
gave M. held their usual blmontbl.meetlngon
good and the ,
season are excellent, prevent house.
with the cuisine lag been sent her by her cousin to join of the New Ocean berth. sad be went Into the day coach to Under our plan we can save you moneyon Friday evening last aft their Lodge
guests are delighted
and general management.-From; Mon this coming merry yachting party on have "an all night sitting. That young your CITRUS TREES; with the best room, Tltnsvllle when the names of six t

day's Florida mes-Unlon. their annual cruise. OarUner's Flyers. lady ought to feel very grateful to Mr. reputation behind them M a guaranteeof applicants for admission to the Order

Seymour. An ADVOCATE reporter was a their being true to name up to size, read and acted

and Itangen. FURNITURE:, DRY GOODS, SHOES. witness to the above. and clean healthy and well rooted. were ---upon.- C

Mare For Sale. Combination Rice Boilers, large ".:lo'J Our trees are grown on high pine '

Just received, a 'carload of O. K. Orders taken for Clothes or Wall Paper. Slaked Lime. land, and are suitable for transplantingInto To World's Falf Visitors'I 1

A fine mare; a beautiful and splendid Stoves and Ranges. Now Is your timeto Masons Jars glass top 75 Oft and fl.25 any kind of noil.!( We have over -

driver to buggy 'or wagon. Perfectly buy. For prices, etc., apply to Mattings, Chinese, from 15 cents up. For Sale-Two carloads air slaked 100,000 buds In stock, and will give youa Seeking accommodations AlUmont II'

sound In every way and absolutely<< safe JAMES PKITCHARD 4 Sox.Tltusvllle Roach-Proof Kitchen Safes, $3.00 up. lime for fertilizer.\ Very low price In liberal discount on orders for fall heights Tenting grounds, GOO feet west +pA

for lady or child to handle and drive.E. Fla. Wool Piano Dusters Feather 3.VJ. up. large quantities.\ planting. There Is nothing so goad as of World's Fair entrance offers an Ideal

C. Jon:isox! CELL A. OARDXCB:! Tltnsvllle Fla. EAST" COAST LUMHKH A SUPPLY Co. our CONNER'S PKOLIFI/! GRAPEFRUIT stopping place; near all steam and eleo- '

Cocoa, Fla. Draylng.Draylng 22.2t Fro Gallia and Wett Palm Beich.Dlttckumlth trio ears, delightfully! shaded elevation,
Are You Going North 7 Write for our New Catalogue! which no dust,no noise,rellsbable meals served i

Cleaning and PreflSlnJr. or hauling of all I Inds promptly and Machine Mhop. 11'1be\ > ready for delivery early in June good clean bttdI..In boose and tent.

all Do not fall to get your tickets via the Blacksmith and. ;;; Machine TillS OCKIAWAHA NCMEBtKM: : large parties can be accommodated.
All work done up-to-date. Call and attended to. Meets trains. Stove popular Clyde Line from the Wheelwright,

I !ee me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor wood for sale at all times. C. U. WAtTox agent, Works and Horse Shoeing done In first- (0. W. Conner Proprietor) Uolden A Co..'Financial! Agents, Ifi-M:

I Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. F. H. OLTEJI'. Tilntville. TUnavllle Fla. class style. s w. II. SWAJJC: (:0. tf Tangerine, Fla. Chemical Building, St. Louts, Mu. 2I4. ; ,

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H Free and con ry that be consented to tbe young A HASTY TEMPER. .rI 1 Individuality of Animals. DOES AN EDUCATION PAY GENERAL DIRECTORY

; ladles' suggestion that they should adjourn III a late issue of the New York Independent -

''l Accepted Masons,, to the kitchen and celebrate the Tiro Harm It DOM E... Tbo.sr* a.. William J, Long gives some Doe It an acorn to. become an U. 8. SENATORS.J. .

joyous event by making pancakes In Ugly Fit B.r Soo Over. pay P.Tallaferro................ ....JaOsnnvin
interesting observations on the habit oak! 8. R. MaUory... ... ............ .....PenllltCola''
the seal and thus, much laughter. It in a remarkable thing that there .
: of binds and animals, from which be Does it pay to escape toeing a rich V- 8. CONGRESSMEN.
Indian ::1 No. 90 the greatest emblem of sovereignty In "xlst. In people's minds a distinct social I concludes that ignoramus Robert W.'!>&"I...... .............. ...p..latka
the whole world wan actually used as a : precedence among the vice individuality Is almost 8. M. ftparkman..... ........... .... ...Tam ,.
River % Titulyllle, pan In wltfcl to fry pancaked. The To own oneself on Intimate term as pronounced unions the inferior orders Does It pay to fit oneself for a superior Wm. Lamar..... ...,..... .,... ... Montlce' .o.:
st-nl. it should perhaps be mentioned with such a one as deceit or slander as in tbe human race It>>elf. This position? U. 8. LANU OFFICE.H. .
r&rFlorida.t Does It pay to open little wider the 8. CJiuhb.. .................. .... ...Reiclster.
Lodge. consists of two silver disks hinged together for Instance, would be almost undreamt Is not the first time that Mr. Long has, W. G. Robinson.... .. ... ..... (
Holds Its meeting the s aon
toy of each month, a' their room Indian River form a mold. Into which the wax say almost with at rate Does it pay to learn to.make life aglory FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
Hotel Titus'Ills,at 7 ISO o'clock p. m. they pride any of previous'utterances of like tenor he
Instead of grind? ............
a E. N.Dimick, Palm Bearb !
T. H. Sanders, Worshipful Muter. green red or yellow, a* the case maybe ; with no trace of shame "I have a very has been taken severely to task by John H.Jonea. Tltusvllle....... .Representative'EXECUTIVE :
f'I r, A. Morgan Senior Warden. In poured. Thus it would make not busty temperr': And then as If to Does it pay to add power to the lens DEPARTMENT
il M. 8.Sam.,Junior Warden. Burroughs and other naturalists. IIanswered"
k J. M. Dixon Traasurer. at all a bad substitute for the commonor transfigure it into a very virtue they of the microscope or telescope7Does Wm. 8.Jennings.. ... ....... .....Govetnot.
J. R. Walker Hen..tar1.J. kitchen frying pan. triumphantly add "But it l Is soon over." Burroughs and showed himself It pay to taste the exhilarationof H.Clay Crawford. .. .... .....Secretary of buu .
G. Black. Chaplain.; welt equipped to uphold his theory W. V. Knott......... .... .... ....... Treasurer
r. M. Taylor. Hen lor Deacon Many a time has the great seal been So it may be. but how about Us consequences feeling one's powers unfold? James H. Whlt .ld.... ...... Attorne4.ien.ral'W.
/ R. 1C, Mlms, Junior Deacon. taken to the house of lords and broken ? Are they soon over? In the present article lie maintainsmore Docs It pay to know how to take the N.Sliest..supt. Public Inatrurtlun:
ttnnlor Bteward.A. .... ..
O. H. Walton, B. E. McLln Comiulwlouer
A Stewart' Junior Bteward. to pieces at the bar by the hammer ofa There are few more dangerous enemies stoutly than ever that reason dry dreary drudgery ,out of.life? Alon..,C. Croom.......... ..... ....Couii Agriculture I>troller'
'V. Wl.itnbertliTy. sturdy blacksmith amid the frantic to the peace and comfort of everyday even though in a primitive form play Does it pay a rosebud,to open Its Clifford R. Potter.... .. ..AdJutant-Ooneral:
Msrehul.I .. .. ....
r. M. Wooten. John Bradford... ... 8urve> -General.
cheering of oulooltlng members. This life than the people who speak a lurKer part In brute JIfe than has petals,and fling out its beauty to the K.E. Roue' ', -' Chunuit

I ORDER OF KA8TKKN STAR. was the fate of the seal which fell Into hastily In the squalls of passing ill temper been supposed; that many things which world? O Ine.atTWlahsaeeFlo; ; :: :.

the hands of the parliamentary army; and then when they are restoredto Does it pay to push bne's horizon SUPREME COURT JUDGES
( Friendship.. Chapter Nou. 11, hold IU meeting Oxford 1640. have been thought to proceed from Instinct M.H. Mabry....... ......... ....Chief Justice.
!In the Mas. ..iilo I.x>'clKe room Titimvllle on tile on the capitulation of in good humor, expect everything to be are really tue result of teaching farther out in order to get a wider outlook F. B.Carter..Ateoclat.Justice.
first and third Tuesdays In each. month at TIO Three years later tbe old parliamentary' Just us It was before. There Is no such a clearer vision? U.F.''Taylor.... ....... .. ....... ?
1'. in. The following arw the oftloert of the and experience on the part of tbe animals -
Ch..pter i seal which represented Charles enthroned position posHlble as "Just ns It was be Does it pay to learn how_to center RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

Mn.M. A.Bnrlmitoonr; W. M. on one side and riding on horseback fore" in thin up and down hill human ; that different members of the thought, with power how to marshalone's Jefferson B. Browne, chairman.. .,. Key Went.
R F. A. Morgan, W. P. tbe other similarly destroyed nature of is same species net differently under the R. Hudson Burr..... ,. .... ........Little River
I.i Miss 1 ZaniUe Stewart, Associate M.Mrr on was ours. Every act or word mental force effectively J-Success. J.M.Bryan,.. .. ... ......... ...... ,KlmtliuniN, '
; H. K. Wllaon, Beoretarjr. tb make way for tbe new seal a step by which we mount upward or same circumstances; that the wild inhabitants R. C. Dunn clerk .. .... .. .M>ulnan.. ,
L John M. Dixon Treasurer. with Its view of the house of common sink lower In the unhindered Journey- of the forests show more Headquarter and office at Tallahassee, Fla. '
hF' Miss Kate Htewart, Conductress.Mr << .
; *.J. Kline, Assuolata Con. la place 'of the deposed sovereign. lags onward of all the conditions of evidences of reason than the domestic Be Ready For the Emersiner. CIRCUIT COURT. J

Mr*.J. R. Walker Ruth. Richard Cromwell's seal was broken life, and the'people who give utterance animals, and that "'hutve term Individual Good luck Is desirable even when you Minor 8.Jonea,Tite.vllleCircuit Juries
Mr.Geo.W. Boohle, Ada. J. U. Beirirs, Orlando.ProeecutingAtbrney, I
,1 Mr*.J. L. Carruth ,.. Martha. by the hammer in 1CCO and in the fol. to the Incrimlnatlons of passionate tempers initiative la unquestionably have done yoar best to succeed but Spring Term-Fourth Monday In March .
s' Mr*.Oeo. M. Kobblnit, leather.Mr lowing ;year the great seal of theicom. i unfailingly drop down in the estimation remember:: that the most favorable circumstances Fall farm-Fourth Monday In October
*. F. A. MorjanL'I..nbat.Mia" ). present among the higher forms ot
? Aleph l Minis, ...Iecta.C. monwealth Itself was destroyed In the of others from which It is a or .strokes of fortune are BREVARD coiJ..I'Y. C<'CRT.

H. Walton. Warder same way. stiff climb up again. beast and bird life. of little value.unless you have prepared A.D.Penney......... ............County Judge
I Mr*.T.T. Wetnioro, otln.l.J. )fro Longgives a long array of in D. L. Minden...........Prosecuting Attorney.
4. L.Carrutben Chaplain' Once the seal was lost, by Charles II. Moreover words once uttered whether yourself to take advantage of A,A. Stewart.... ... ... .County flirt
in his flight from the fatal field of Wor true or false are usually undyingand stances to support his assertions and them. Of what advantage would Spring Term-Second Monday In May.Bummer .
center and once.lt wab stolen by burglars live on In hearts and memories closes bill article by citing.this analogy: llayne's fiery speech have been/ to Fall Term-&MJond Term-Second Monday Monday In November.In Anguit,

AflJri from Lord Thurlow's house in long after the careless' bow that shot Bit In a box of a theater and look out Daniel Webster if he had not with Winter Term-Second Monday. In February, ,

A d Ptro\ Great Ormond street but It was re such poisoned arrows forth is unstrung: over the audience only a few yards away the Instinct of genius long before' COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

t placed by a replica In the wonderfullyshort And though the utterer may plead that The men all look alike and act alike. For equipped himself for the assault whichhe R. E. Minn, Superintendent. ......Bonaventun,
the moment they are alike. Sit at your Member:. J, M. Dixon,cbalrman.
Nrt OIf1i \ time of thirty-six hours. Tb to feed his passion he said not wbat he window and watch the unconscious Bun- repelled with such crushing energy? a.N.Aadrewe,Cuooa, J.Jt .nlu,Spruoebluff.Tltu.vlllej;

'ad seal that was In use when George IV really believed but what be thought day strollers at a little distance. Again had he not previously weighed and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

; v5 died! was divided between Lord Lynd at the time would hurt most It is almost comes the impression of general sameness refuted in his own mind the charges 1. R. Walker, chairman Tltusvllle John
<< ; K.
In dress, l looks action, If
1 \ burst and Lord Brougham King Wil Impossible for the bearer to understand walk a. they of his opponent his reply, instead.of Mlot, Imltanula; R. A. Conkllng!:, Tlllman;John
were all alike clothed by nature and
SINE:5S.lti C.J..n.l.l.Iuay' J. F. Bell White City. Rexuelon
Ham IV. presenting one side to each that the expression] was not blown alone by the .outh wind yet the_ rp.-ling:: among the greatest masterpieces i are beldat.1 .Monday in each month

t chancellor mounted in a magnificent that of a living though latent opinion men and women represent all the varieties of oratory might have only revealed I BREVARU COUNTY OFFICERS.A.D.Pennry.TltnHTlllo .

i' .X mute siilver. and a similar present was umdin and to feel It occol..lhlgly.The uality. of Only human as we character come close and to Individ-them. : his own weakness. Thousands I ;..>.... .County Jud!!!.

Inter years to Lords Chehneford'and code of fashion !In the moral live with them know them Intimately, do of men had seen tbe prints of a horse's D.L. Onuiden' Tltuaville;.. ... .... Pro AIt y.
Campbell and to Lords Belborne and realms4 hns decreed how much better a : they show the Individual characteristics hoofs in the soil before Faust discovered J.A.F.A. Stewart Tltusvllle.. .....County AanesMir Clerk.

Cairns. Of the handsome' satchels ot passionate temper is than a sulky one I which separate them from all other men by them the art of printing. E. W.wootenjC..o..T.x rolleotor.
\ I and women. John Henry, Tltusvllle, ,.... ........Treuurer..
purses in which the supposed < but 'there I. something to be said In .
flow apply that to the wood folk. We R. E. Mints, Runaverture.Supt Pith.Intt.
1' f tlWt'rtrWpAer ondalw be kept-exqulnlte specimens. of art favor of the latter in that it only hurts see the wild creatures almost Invariably Woeful Lack of ConVdenc. J. n. Fries TI uRvllle. .... .. County Surveyor.
I and at distance and at less leisure J.P.: Hrown.Tltusvllle................, Sheriff.
,, .I"", I needlework In white gold-so manj itself Like the little girl who when a greater A prominent actor tells about a Chicago W. 8. Norwood, Titu tille..Registration Officer.
fell to the lot of Lord Thurlow as per annoyed always ate her apple tart without than we see the theater audience or the theatrical woman about to wed
Sunday crowd, and we know far less' of TITU8VII.LK. : TOWN COUJJCILC .
'Iullllte| that bill good lady was able U sugar, tile guilty person may suffer their motives and springs of action. They who was one day amusing herself by A. Fm-r. iiiivnri' Van Wor'oy marshal and

'') Cmr make several sumptuous counterpane most Individually, but that Is surely look In a general way alike and act alike, going over the marriage service. To a tax collector K. h.:. Miuls. 1r.,. clerk; unit tnwa.nreri .
and .o we have jumped to the superficial John Henry tax .i>em .j .1. R. Walker,
and, bed hangings from thjem.-Pear better than the suffering to the Inno- trl..ndV1.o dillco," red her: prayer bookIn
4ri.".w-u. mtl4e'i conclusion that they agile alike. That K. A. It <.rat.... "':A.Jtrady I'J. Hah.nd J. L.;
s6n's Weekly, cent caused by the random shots of the I means simply that we have seen the surface hand, she Maid: f'arnithers. rnuncilinnii. The council meeu
fierce though short onslaughts of a of things, the passing crowd at a "I always make it a point to do this lint Tuesday In each month.

One Solution of It. hasty temper. And silence Is much less distance. Now go close to the animal., for no matter how well you may. have TITU8VILUC BOARD OF TRADE.

GREAT They bud been engaged/ only fifteen generally disturbing than ,violence watch them follow them win their confidence known a part in the past it should always G. M. H"lobl..reo.'I.I.1\I.. ; 1111 con, treat
e'i I possible Instantly they beginto urer .i U. RUE secretary. Meets cwoiul Wednesday
Il years, but It seemed<< a long time to her though perhaps quite ns linbecoiulng. separate themselves by little Individual be rehearsed before the piece larevival. night in each mouth at their room.

and she was growing restless.' Edith II. Fowler In London Mall.Ofrmmnr'm tricks and traits. This Is the secret of : ." Then rather playfully she

STRANGE ADVENTURES OF THIS EM- "Darling" she said in gentlest accents the stories of dogs and pet. that are multiplying rend the words "Till death do us part."
mo rapidly and of the records of
= "our betrothal has been very FlratWindmill." Whereupon her friend interrupted:
BLEM OF SOVEREIGNTY. the few pioneers who have had the patience
.. .... sweet, has It not? The first windmill In Germany was and sympathy to go among the "How foolish that Is, Isn't It dear
"It bas It bus indeed<< my own." built at 'Vlm1 helm. The Augustine wild bird. and animals to live with them Sounds like one hasn't any confidenceIn
Fished From the Bottom ul the UlT.. and watch them and find
"Hut It bun been long don't out how. In ,
very you monk at that place desired to build the courts!
f Thames, Burled lu a. Uiardvn U.edFrying their dumb way they live and think and
.think? one such as they had seen in Italy, but feel. We are .Imply discovering th. Individual -
1 i a. a Par and Hroken to "Yen It bas been mlddllu California Prune Wafers.
pretty :
; the lord of the manor forbade them declaring differences which: separate an
{ Pl .. !. the llou.. of Lord. animal
e long be rejoined."I from his kind which have always Seeds
that the winds) belonged to,him. Purely vegetable, they are nature'sproduct
existed but which we did not
F', It seems almost ludicrously Impossible was thinking, dearest," she continued The monks applied to the bishop of because we were too far away see and simply were and should be in every house goal more-ylel4 more.av. --

\ +' that tlio great aenl uf England: VuiyiniC with hU watch and Utrecht mho promptly laid down the perhap. blinded also by our prejudices hold. They cure constipation\ and all .all..xporlmentlnlu" (-

I should bare ever !boon made to nerve casting down her eyes "thut our betrothal fundamental principle that no one hud and our preconceived notion that wild disorders of the stomach, .liver and .,. ointav'itn. .8.

L 1, the humble purpose of a frying pan; Is nearly' old enough to go out any power over the winds of his diocese animals of the same kind are all alike., bowels. 100 Wafers. 25o; at Ked Cross Sold years by the .11 St.ndu.teeters.Seed..90.

l and :yet this la only 0:10 of ninny eijuulIj and work for Its living. Couldn't we but himself lIe gave permissionto Who that has known and loved some Pharmacy Tltusvllle. to Seed all .pp'Ic.nts Aenusl' postpaid. trey

strunifo. cpUodfa In the romantic have it learn a trnde or get It a clerkship build the mill and It was erected in horse or dog or other pet can deny to D. 1\1. FERRY A CO.. "

I story of tile neal which la the "npeclflc or put it out at Interest or do the closing years of the fourteenth century the creature the rudiments of reason fOLEYSn01ffiYA."IDT.AR Detrntt Mich.

emblem of British novert-lgnty." something with It so that we might ? Learning to open a stable"door Curd Cotd| Prevents Pneumonia\ I ;

Lord Chancellor lOldou' wu to fearfql realize something on it? It has been does not come by instinct The marvelous .

Unit the seal I would! bo lost oft stolen hanging about home BO long burning Time and Money things that animal trainers tend

while In bin custody thut bo never gun und coal and now it la nearly The counterfeiter was in prison for I their four footed pupils show that the MISSING WORD CONTEST.

i went to sleoi without first mitUfylng rown. It seems like u shame to haveIt ten yenrs. ---
y himself that It wn safe in his bedroom. doing nothing so long." ""'hot are you doing here?" askeda brute goes through mental processes

"What would you suggest' visitor. I similar to those of man. Why may not PRIZES offered forthe
One night-It was l In the year 1812-he I
'J r was roused from bill slumbers by cries i "We might get married.That's ." "Passing time""Ab : animals teach each other? In a universe 1 01

of "Fire!" Jumping out of bed he so. I never thought of that. what for?" where no two things are entirely correct solution.

Hatched up the great real and nish They are going to be married withina "Passing money." And the visitor alike, why should there not be Individuality -
('log Into the garden, burled It deep !In month. missed on.. in thc hairy and feathered folk
Tropical Manufacturing Co.. manufacturers of the health
the middle of a flower bed. His house of the wild great
I Illustrious Stammerers..luHop. CllIrornlJPrune \Vl\ferlll. Drink METTO, will pay all prizes. The contest open to
might tMt burned to tbe ground but at
All. It's free
to You
lenit he would not prove 'unworthy of Virgil and Demosthenes are Cure liver.disease and all stomach Oleomargarine Decision.

,a the great trust which bud been reposed generally known to have been stain-: troubles; they act gently but surely The recent decision the 'IRST .
but how others of supreme .
la hum many sufferingfrom strengthen the bowels and stimulate
4 Next morning, however-HO exciting the like Infirmity occupy'an honorable i them to healthy action. 100 Wafers 250 court of the United States upholdingthe To the first one sending In the correct answerwe) willl give 'a (beautiful[ tile
the at Red Cross Pharmacy Titusville.InDIGESTION. law Imposing 10 I size picture In gilt f entitled "
t' had been the experience* of the night- place In historical gallery? a per cent tax: on came "Purity.

he had completely forgotten In what The first of tjicse whom we can recall all oleomargarine colored to Imitate i This picture symbolical ofIetto! the treat health drink
which bpnottts all and contains no dope. or harmful drugs.

part of the nunlcn the emblem of son Is the tradition prophet MOMOH. He accordingto butter is of great Interest to dairymenand To the next 3. . . . . ? . . . $1.00 each

{ erelgnty had lieu bidden Hlid It was was a stammerer whose farmers. .. .. B. . . . . . :. .-. .1 quart Metto each

only after Mil entire household hilt lowers of speech were so limited that The supreme court holds not only :'M!(I. . . . . . . . 1-2 pint Metto each

hunted for hours that It was at lust his bl'othl'rlIrOI1 always accompaniedllm. that the law l Is constitutional but also 70 . . . . . . .1 Metto Ticket each
being' specially commissioned to -
f run to earth. "You never saw anything that all oleomargarine of the -
speak in his name and h ad. "I WB troubled with .tom. appear- IT.S..YOU !
so ridiculous, he wrote Inter, "us seeing
of regarded
"I not Mh trouble Thedford'Black. ance butter Is to be as artificially
am eloquent protested
the whole family down the wulkn Moses "neither heretofore since Draught did me more good colored within the meaning of PEOPLE ... ...KNOW A GOOD. .. .....WHEN THEY... ....IT ARE
dibbling with bits of sticks until we nor In one week. than sll the doo-
It" thou bust spoken unto thy servant but to.'s nied loins I took la a the law, no matter by what processthe USERS OF..... ....IN........GOOD.. ... .SUMMER..... ...... .

fount Once at least the great neal hns been .1 I aui 6f slow speech and of a slow your.' -M R 8. SARAH E.tIUIBFZELD tint was .given It Even the device
," ,KUuttsville,sad Cut out this Coupon, rill In the blank
tongue adopted by manufacturers lust
t at the bottom of the Thames and ns a resort
@1, { would be there today but for a lucky Claudius Michael II.. emperor of the Thedford'i Black Draught of mixing high tinted butter with .1'lICe.onowordto the whole to each blank space NAME: ......... .. ..... ....... .. .
rpake an
east; )101111 111 1Ut>tl-el-Ulhllltr. king. 6fipntn iKi-Ment. It was In 1US8 when the their oleomargarine in order indirectlyto
during the Moorish domination of the stomach and advertising1 Motto and malt to P. oCounty.............. .... ....... ..........
second James was fleeing from England chronic of tint the latter Is placed under the the TROPICAL M'FO. CO.,
cures even
and Uric king of Sweden stammered cases .
and the Prince<< of Grunge to ban. 14 West...Adam. Street
pitiably. indigestion. If you will Jacksonville .. .. ...... .. ........State! .... ......
France In company with Sir Edward take a small done of Thed Hereafter oleo will Florida
avert the yellow .
Among the rulers\! of the
; Hales. lie had Intended to take the ford's Black Draught occasionally
m great seal with him but as he wash name of Louis who have reigned In you will keep your peril and will travel In Its own bleached 53J7"Kemember; the first 101 correct answers received gets tbo prizes. Scntjn

j being rowed from Lambeth to Vuut- France we find only one; Louis le Begun 'stomach and liver in perfect complexion. Those who prefer to ;your answers at once to the -

; although he was) by no menus tbe condition. eat It, either for its cheapness other TROPICAL
A bull, where homos were uwaiting him MANUFACTURING co.
only French sovereign who stammered. reasons cannot deceive themselves ,
another 'mid better Idea occurred to
].I West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
rip bbl He would fling the seal Into the into thinking It is the product of "Old
.. .
river, and that would place It once for When the Bodr Loses 1I..ht. THEDFORD'5HACKDRAUdHT Brtndle"-that Is, unless Brindle has ---- -- -- --- --

all out of reach of Ul* euemSo overboard The boy when born is about half an gone through a packing bouse. CA.. S. :s: L "CT ILviE: SC C O. ,

the seal went and for Home inch taller than the girl. This differ .
weeks<< It lay there until by a curloim cites is maintained till near the age The fact that lightning struck the .

chance It sons picked up in a ftKht'rOIan'8 ol' thirteen, when. In England\ and house of District Attorney Jerome of

i 9 t r net and restored to the proper .America the average girl Is taller and
while be
New York
IA custodian. heavier than the boy. This halting so More sickness is caused byegnstipation wall away from iiiQ7

+ ,t ; The ludicrous" trying pan adventure to speak on the part of the male is than by any home waa doubtless for tbe reason thatit

l' 4 befell It' when In the custody of Lord speedily<< recovered," and he again out. other disease. TheUford'a was afraid to strike it while he was

1, liroughnm. Thu chancellor had gone runs the female in size At the period Block-Draught not only relieve there. .PREPAID ##

MI i to 'OlIun.1<< for u short holiday-opolng ot full development the man's average constipation but cures ',' a !

I, 'f that he could not take the Heal on the height compared with the woman's diarrhea and dysentery and Tort Arthur Is Russia's aching tooth. .

I' h ? Rhine trip be longed for without putting average U as sixteen to fifteen Doth keeps the bowels regular. Dr. Japan first tried to plug It, but as r /

I It lu I'ornmUslon at great cost to men and women maintain their maxi All dn1.-t.t. SU. the affected molar still gave trouble be il' er i

himself-ami he was a guest of the mum height till the age of fifty years, M-mat packages. bas now concluded to extract It. The
Duchess of Hertford nt Itothlemurcbim 'when-they begin to grow .shorter until
dowager painless. process will not be employed.Andrew : .
4 where he kept his proi-lou /It ninety they have lost three Inches, "Thedford's Black- \
Draught !is the
'he reason for this dwindling Is at medicine tz
1 charge in his bedroom. One day the fc> regulate the bowels Carnegie says that wealth

young "laUI'Ii of the house party took rlbntod to the sinking e f the soft partsbetween I have ever used." :MRS: hurts some people. What a large number _
1' i the seal front the bedroom and hid It. the bones and to the stoop A. M. GRANT' Snesd.

,y t I Hroughain wan desperate len'' he discovered g1'n hII111111l'.lulrvolIy old people.-Lon- Ferry N. C, of folks Carnegie has saved from _

J' his buss. and did not ret-over. don Leader. .getting, hurt!

J hi.* pence of mind until'the pretty lie Get Tier.. I

4 thieves promised to lead him to It If he rl''kllnlt'f-When' the evil one start, When a man run off with, bis em- 1.dI '
v mid consent to be blindfolded. out to tempt me I always sayfitt CONSTIPATionFOLEYSIIONEY.w ployer's money and gets caught, he S

'i I tVltb hU eyes bandaged he WAS conducted thee behind me Satan! and he gene generally charges his downfall to a wo I a .
t the aDd there The human male has made little r _
to drawing room. there. Wiseman- ...when Satan start.! man. -
TIN .11..1).1.. .\1.tilt!' seal I bidden In a tea out to tempt you he usually does "gc advance In the excuse making line

cheeL _bu .!ciJoyed_ was ,be. -at It* r" there" doesn't Philadelphia Press. .to......COQ "...d h..1.fatal. since.. Adam. Auenta.for the I abat Brewing Co.




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:NOTICE TO Sheriffs Sale .' ,'..r II. nll"o14'hl": tailor's' block
I Professional Oarda.f'EO. : : CON.TUACTORS; ( m. IIIOOJtesvarit 1IOU.\ .
r a man ulioiilil wiiry her off to i Q .,
a 1'pi, !iM of his ,'\\'n? Suppsew she should Ih* readers of this paper will beplu",1

. M. BOBBINS, Working Public Reeds, Hrrvard County UXDltR.AND issued BY out VIRTUE of the I'Sn OT*AX** XXitCl.'otirt .oBrevarrt 'Hi.r44a&ening *.s ,,,lilt,:: to ::0"? H0' jt<>.t up suit pec'eii 1 to learn. that there Is at leant( one

, SEALED BIDS! WIlL BB: RKCKIVBD HI 4)(>II"t\., ......rt.... wvsjrain ItwlliLlndnav (I'e1l1o.h; tin,, "t'i"'}11114. bin mind In a whir, drentlcd disease that science ha been ,1 I _
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR a. Walker Chairman of the Hoard .1 l lCounty .and her hualiand TUoiua.*' taXHlnav .'ro '
Commissioner ot Hrevard Oonuty. plalndte. and J T. biases la .ilnfMKlant. 1 ba\'. tf l'J able to utile la all Its stages, and that lacatarrh.
: AT-LAW. Florida until. Monilav. August 1.t. 1H04. a'1 levied upon anil will Mil at iiuMlA aiaMlon for ,\\f met fie' girl In the hall wj en she H'tlCa Catarrh Cure Is tho only g
noon, tor the f..llnwlnll road work t". Hoanreserving 1 ease to the highest. and 1 beet blduer.. bror the ,
. Will practice la State and United Statei the right to reject auy and\ all Mils Court-bonne. door in this town ol Tniw'ltle, ui" I 'By M Loair.CDpiQl4. e Cumm/nx r turne l. her fac- bright and iflowliiH' & positive oure kn>wn to the medical _

Court. ROAD DISTRICT NO. I. I THE FIRST MONDAY:- IX AIXIVST. 1904, from her ilrlve 'jf? fraternity Oatarrli being a constitutional .
. ;;:;:' 4VehI.! how It T she aked\he _
I 04. &. \:.< Inrr goes I
CONTHACT WO. 1. all that tract of land lying In BrevarU count;. ., disease reijiilrei a constitutional
Office at TITUSVK.LK:, FL.&. I Florifla and deet-rlhed.* follow: ---- 113' : 't"
Road from Hall' Catarrh: I I. taken
Tltusvllle to south bonndanr line if : treatment euro
district tu 1 cleared oil au G.AULDEN, and wee In Itrai-oliuia Oun.Utlon.COTRACT. .
D.L. Northwest 'I
. ATTORNEr-AT-LAW, :3tO 3. and a*half 3ft K.
Keeping In repair. the mail from the limit ol thirty-two chains thrnce North thrraaud twelvi. abe had. taken from the ninld. unrvMtrnlned. ,*' of the disease, and giving tho patient _
: Will practice In all the Court of the State! the Town of Tltusrtlle to LaOranire church and and a ha I one-hnndnHlth chain, thence Kai, Just
. ot Florida, alMa' the United States-Court. from U"r. cnurcll. to Mini. .... far a* the thirty two chain to the point of Iwctnninsr. oimtainlnK In answer tu a deep toned muffled ""'b)', the professor and bias germ strength by biilldlag up the constitution
hall Old rlUlln the marled orsbelleiiparts ten acre lees as tlie properly nl? tU.?nt. of '...11......'." I Rod .alhtlng. nature 111'doing Its''work t
c 1. O Box 2S8. TITUBVUXB:, FL.&. and the track fnr.ued bv horsaa trau.plnn the defendant, .. : same will be sum tiaatlaly "Come In. she entered the snug bachelor -
to be (tilled up cud k>>>t in good order a. nitona aid execution. with Its rows of bookshelves "Oh. It'H III the waste 1'lIpltr basketthe The proprietor have so much faith In % ,
need..... room. "
J. P. BROWN.; for It. '
only titling place _
: J.; J. WEBB, CONTRACT KO. 8. Sheriff Brevard County b'lor liii.. and stood for a moment 'ontpltalhtlnlfthe ; She ",h1lI"up.\ surprised at the bitterness Its curative power, that they olTer,,One .J

, Public mail from Mini to Six Mile croci, to p sleek, dark heat nnd mjuare shoulders of his tone, and moving. swift Hundred Dollar for any case that It
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW- be kept. up a'*a thlrd-qlaim. road. Notice. the clonk.\ fall to onro. Scott, for list of testimonials. '
bending over the stood
1'ul.llo. rood from Six Mile creek to Vnlurlicounty ; ly way I 1'011hlmulu "den
.. Will practice In the Courts of the 7th line (via Cabbaire, Slough). the old Knterprine S H. threw an impatient glance over' titLing uvor" his denk.Hoyco Address. K. J. CHKNXT: : & tb.Iueat..7"Sohti Co.: 'ro-
. road,to be kept up a*a. fourth class. road. leijjt, O. lUII'i Vanill.v Tills are ..
Circuit. Taxes paidfor non-restdenti THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOHBrevartl one shoulder at the Interrupt butswung \'<11\11I1.11\11111( his hands \ by drn Klata, 73o.It's I
and rents and accounts ool1ected.TlTVISVILLJI CONTRACT JIIO. i. IN County Florida. .
around with clearing face when firmly on her shoulders. turned her I
Pnblld mail from DeSoen Grove to 1IauIoerealial ( In Chancery.
:, FLORIDA and Volimlaoouuty line to ba kept un ala Roea Thompson ) be saw who It wus."Hay about until sho faced him.
: UilrU-olasa road. VS. { Bill for Divorce< "Look: here." he demanded, "what'stho
Ales Thomiwon ) Luc ," be said eagerly "how's
: D. PENNEY, CONTRACT 110. S. Notice to Non.R ehl..nt. UHO of my making an Imaginary.
this for an Idea! The hero" In desperately -
A 'To Alex. Thompson t
Keeping in repair the road from Railroad professor look for u thing which I've
tit- the lull
You herebv required to appear
at Itowman' the of h.ll mail are In love with the heroine whoCIII'11
cro.1[ to end rather which bus
: EYATLAV.TITUSVILLB of Complaint. rfle-t herein airalime you In the fouml myself, or,
ATTO at Mini Old rut In the marled or sheIleIparta
eatitlwl on or bvfoie the for him. In his.
and the track formed by horse. tramping[ above oause nothing despair found meT" .
.. FLORIDA! to be mind up ...d kept In good order.. otten ai 85TH DAY OF AUGUST A. D. 1004. to remembers the old college profess Sim stared nt him In open eyed bewllderinent -
needed. The KA"T COAST ADVOCATR I la hereby.ilcslir .
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th CONTRACT KO. V. mated. a* the newspaper lu which Ibis order elicIt, or"who always helped him out of his ImckliiK slightly from whet

Judicial! Circuit. To build ((10 one and one fourth miles of IM pulilinked week once each week for eight oonnorii.tive dilemmas and forthwith Roes to him he saw In his fac''. ,

I marl road on the mad south of Tltusvllle beginning Wituei-a my hand and seal of omo. this the for advice. The professor Who Is an "And how ani I tculnit to stiuul It _
at the end or present rock and marl !4thilayof JnneliMt.Seal If that empty' bended end Ihnt you went .
TROST roid. The grading, must be done from renter ol ( Ct. Ct. A. A. RTKW ART,_ Indefatigable microbe hunter nnd has FbEDRINK .
GA. S road to the sides l l leaving uentrr two (2)) Inche Clerk /Circuit OIln. been for trjlng to discover the driving with this afternoon gets: what
H- blither than elite. Road to lie nine ((9))tmt wide.The By O. A. Stewart, Deputy Clerk. in Ml years I want mor ,than anythlntt else III the : _
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, marl muse be even. (7) Inches deep. In center germ of love think with glee that. In
an.1it: ,8)) Inches loop on slil.s or road world?" Ills voice was rasping In Its .' '41
Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th loavingeenter: of mail three (3) Inohu hi.hut this untmunllr. bad case Is his chance. anxiety.There. ,.
than side The eldee of road to be banked with Call For lild*. + ;
be finds the love
After much ,
Judicial Circuit. sand drawn ont In (trading.; Nothing! but good : was no mistaking his inenuliig .

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. quality marl must be used.. LEI> hiDS WilL hll: RRrKIVRD: : BY TIllS germ nnd. carries It carefully to bias DOW. Lucy swayed a little with parted !.

ROAD DISTRICT! M). 2. SE nn lerslrniid. for(;the erection up to noon of a ot tailor'Monday house AUK, a I.111I" *. laboratory. Hut u. sportive soph let breathless lips, putting out onebund ,

OTEPUEX E. CONTRACT KO. I.Kwptixr per plan and *|M>olncatlon* on file at the "m"anf It loose among the Vo-eils' with the to steady herself against the tieisk.Royce's ,
FOSTER ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court. The Hoard result hold slipped from her ihoulIvrs -. Yl!
that one \begins
up publlo road from north bonnol..rr.. reeervea the right to reject any awl all bide. dlHustroiw every
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.5; ot CoiniulsHliiner'e District No. 2. otiS R WALKKK,_ promiscuously to full In love with every ( to her arms and tightened tlu-rw. : .
boundary. of Cocoa. town limits. This road to bo Chairman Hoard o. Dyal-Upohurch Building Jax. worked twice a year fourteen (14)) feet wide. TltiMvllle 'i'la..1uly 14. 111I... ono else. Of coursu thu heroine gets he pleaded.Thu say. you carw ; i;

fOSTKACT KO. .. Inoculated and fulls In love with the _
: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CASTE IN INDIA. girl's: tliront, ached with her long-
Keeping up public road train ninth boundary hero." comfort but tho words
to him
Itonaventure. This road to Inn
of town rf Cocoa' to
NT 8. 'BURNHAM, M. D. be worked twice a year tourtoeu (14) feet wide. ... .....II..ItI.. Illnatratrd ..r. IliaIlrllsrlon "And the professor himself' becomes would not come

. COXTBACT MO. 9. of the Sivevprr.Anionn I enamored of the laundress, ," she put "II1UI nollilnit; without you." he went

SURGEON and SPECIALIST Keeping up rubllt road from E. M. Whaley's the )'I't uiiMolvtHl problems ot ,. In laughingly. on. "!),',hr, forgive me that because ,
place. to south btiiindary. of, CounnlHAloner': 1'1.! Indlnn t'tluioloHy/ la him, religion\ of tho "Just sol! I was working on his soliloquy you hnvt always. been; In my life I did I
. Nose1 and Throat. trli-t Mo> a. un Merrltt. Island. Till mail, to be nt'iMim( Hi-tir I to the ndvent of the lovelorn
Ear worked twl .e a year, nine (a) feet wide swivpt-r. fnsti' ). It tMionuliIhroiiKli prior Dot realize whut It would IHI to lone ,
WEST PALM BKACH FLORIDA. DIJTRICT : nil the 'olltll..lon that the suprenio youth when" you cOllIe In." you. The vision of you as you sat III b4
ROAD : ; NO 3. the Cluilu-ns Is "And of began nt the end as
of I.alljuni.
. ili-lty course my filler\ this afternoon, so sweet, s >
l CONTRACT w.". 10.Roail or Lrfilburtt./ "u god without .turns or usual!" womanly, si) hrlplnl-lIIylr'Mplration. us
i DR from Eau Gallle to Persimmon Mound dwelling iilnt-e. "Y-ye Hut the rest will come to I truly told you--will haunt me toreverI1ilcsitlllht'it. .
Roil fioni Eau '.alhe to Hovlne to be nntde,, asS
A mound of enrth. mtrirountvcl by apiece Here's the lust verse' anyhow: let It be like
erond. ( la,.* road to ba worked at least three me. you will
FlOATiNG DENTALAPAItIMENTS time a year. Prom Hovlne to Persimmon of stick and a bit of cloth for a "I have found the germ of h..a Ith. that for always, t.nce." _

: on the "Denton" sight Mound(8)to feet be wide.kept All up ruts a* a to fourth-nlass be kept.. free roail of\, !flat;.' Is this deity's shrlnn, and to It"ptMJl1b" The norm reputation's of melancholia. lost and parcels.But Thin girl's face iiuivered with happi

roots .and brush. I III inutle and u little sacrifice If I can't my at any coil. ness. .$he made a little Involuntary

- Now AT DAYTONA.C CONTRACT KO. II. orT..rc'4J of Jbt't or urnln. It floods 110 Describe th. germ of love In my greet swaying movement toward him. Still

Road from Eau Gallle to Melbourne, to be keptIn voiuwcrntlon, this simple shrine and thrals. boliling her arm as though: he foar'!\l

;* E. BUCK, order. a. tint-class. road.'CONTRACT :wherever the swwper may bo, If sickness "How'* that?" shi' might slip sway from liliu Iloyce

.1. 1Ct). 12. COIIIPM or a gift Is doslnnl the lit. "Great!" drew her within his own. .

Stockton & Budd Building, MalnnSt., Road from Malabar to Valkarla, to be kept in tie shrine ninjr b<' met up. with Itvovr abu milled encouragement with nppreclntlvo Half an hour later be was writing. THE GREAT .

Jacksonville. Rooms 13, 10, 17.DENTIST. order a.* a ant-da road.CONTRACT. bit of rag and stick and the worslilp- eye and lips but the light again. but with his left band closed! HEALTH DRINK.

MO. 11.: er's.pruyer I U made. died front, her face an. he swung backto upon tho small white one which lay on
Road from Val"aria to Mlcoo to be kept np asa
nnt-clas load. The sweeper will tine nothing to do the dealt waving the' paper hllarf- the desk beside him. Now and then

Crown andBrldge| Work CONTRACT jilt). 14. T "* with the transmigration of souls. Once ously'nbove his bead She bit buck be paused to lift It to his lips.. '

Porcelain Inlays, Road from. Sebastian to south line of Commlnsloner's a sweeper ulwuys a sweeper and even a sigh between her teeth anti, laying "!toy.,*," she said softly after awhile "IN THE GOOD _

IIlgL-olaas Plate work. District No. a, to be kept up an a the Ideal sweeper! 1'lr Jhola, with Ills the bundle of until benldq him turned "I intuit tell )'()U. You are sway behind

Brut-clans road. broom of ,gold nud basket of stiver away In progression. I discovered tho love OLD SUMMER TIME'! '

FOLEYSROHET CONTRACT MO. 15. "clenn! new the fourth heaven, tbe "1>oll't; KO.". Royce was bending over .germ or, rather It discovered me us

Rnail from Roselaml. to Re".Uan.. and from bonne of Cod and sweeps the apart. his papers land did not look up. you "II)'. quite a year 111(..."

1..cUdrsns aaf mirw jr. .,..,.. kept Sebastian free from to Halls roots Hammock.and grub. All All rut wash-out to lie meats of the hltchest.: The good swttop-! "Won't It disturb you If I remainT""No ItO)'('.. flung down his .pen and Jumpedup. I _

to be InmieJIately repaired. er ,Roes to heuven however after ; It will help inn; It always doe*. And It was not her' hand (hut U*

CONTRACT KO 18.Roail death. but lit tho heaven of a sweeper I think you are my inspiration." kissm'sl.. then. ro$ _

. UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF on M..rrltUlI..land. "Reiclnnlnir' : north there In nothing to do but bathe and sit The 1.1100.fta.ht'tl to her face so *udtfdenly ,

MEDICINE A ?rr1::: line sinners and District running No.to south 3. Road boundry to tie made ot. Commls.twelve at ('II"". that she was thankful be did A Jpene.e ...co.d. ,

M LOtCul E-ounSTi-PH IIRMAct feet wide wherever P",,11'1. All portions of The bad sweeper, on the other hand not tpok up and see It. She sunk. Into II Tho renown of the .lailaii' 11554. for COIl rage ,
road near school house* to ba kept free of weed to where tie Is tormented by
goes h..n. big leather chair before the open lire was. us remarkable In Marco. I'Mlo'n -
rModmi& Labantorteti* ch*ig.of jpocUlUu.iQuiiSrttem. during school.! month I U a delicious refreblo|
I ,
lire and wound. till tbe deity pleasedto
Superior ClIuIci.L ItOAD DISTRICT NO. 4. and took tip u inugaxlne peed, day us It I... III the!'present. He 'M ETTO I
vouchsafe relief. Between these Iloyce' fox terrier gut from the the of all Invasion oftli
BxUlda luchbc In our own HoipiuL up nan, it ten story beverage msdejfrom ripe
J"...deUilrtl Information! writ*THE PROCTOR. (!OICTRACT'IIO. IT.KeepInK two extremes Is a kind of purgatory rug. stretched himself lastly and jumped > country by the forces of the kluin. I

line In repair of Commissioner'the publlo road District from No.mirfliboundary 4, where the sweeper Who I I..* not /loodt'noulh' upon her lap. The young; man lifted of Tiirtiiry. A Japanese, army of :le1.INKI< ) I Saw Palmetto Berries. Absolutely free

to soutbboiindai7 line,for one year for the one place and not bad his henl and looked across at her men was besieged. : In "tow cor. ItvfusIng From pernlotoui, Imrmful drug. Metto

The Largest and Most Com- UO1TRACT 1<0. |g. enough for the other undergoes a sort sideways.! to .surrender" they fought, until nil

South. Keeping la repair the pnbllo; road from thif of probation which either kills or "What a picture' you make! he snldmeditatively. but eight of them werw! killed. Ou stimulates the 'Mrcr flushes the Kidneys _

nlete Establishment limits of the town of Fort fierce toward Fort cures- him. these elght-'truVelers' wonders, intUit the bladder ,
Drum to five Mile slough, for one year. nlmlk the great leader of one / act directly on f
The girl gave an unconcerned" shrug creep In-It was found Impossible. to Inflict .
GEO S. HACKER & SON, CONTRACT Ki>. 19. sect of sweepers and now himself like to hide the miffocatliig beating/ her any wound. ow. this was by Make these organ ;perform their function '

Keeping: In repair. the publlo road from Fort I'lr Jhotn. a sweeper In the courts of heart 111 her throat It wa terribleto virtue of certain stones. which they hud I

one Drum toward fort Pierce to Gome creek for heaven the account differ so widely her, the suggestion of domesticityIn In their 'arm*. Inserted, between the In a natural way, thereby; keeping: _

year. CO.TTUACT, Hi>. 20. that It Is difficult to Identify him. It their attitude, and! to think It meant klii nnd thu IIc'"h.n.1 the charm and the system., In perfect and ',healthy oon $

Keeping in repair the pnbllo rind from Fort seems clear, however that with the nothing to him beyond<< the fn"C that In virtue of Ih..",' stones' were such thnt. .

Plerne towards White City as far a* south profession. of 8Wt'4'per be combined the the Cozy netting of the ",I..n'. slw made tliuHt whoore, them could never parish (lltlon. _ _
boundary" of Commissioner' District No. 4. and there Is .
recreation of rxx'fy some "
artistic picture. .111' "
un by steel. ) went therefore
COITRAfT MO. 21. amount of evidence In favor of his Royce was deep" In bias work again beaten to death. With clubs. ;

Keeping In repair the publlo road bun. Fort Imvlng, beon tin- author of the "Haniuami. scarcely conscious of the tact when 4----Sold .
Drum, to ("ta,. : ;;
. she rose nnd left the room In answerto Irving' IIucliii Wafer
CONTRACT KO. ::1:1.HralInlf : .
lie Is alternately represented all a a ring. at the bell and the maid'sknock. ,
road Oslo station. Are true remedy for all kidney dl. .en..e
aol" shelling publlo at low caste hunter of the Karnnl Nardafc Hit beard the soft pltpat of a _
,Ifl Hid to be per cub ,I)yard' spread on road. From Its most simple form-piila In the by-
and as a Hhll highwayman who wasconvertod her feet a* slip ran upstairs a few mjnuteit -
bick Its and
worst tiangerolisnonditionIiright's
Contract No. 23, very
by a stunt whom be WRIt later and then the clash of the .dlsenne. We -
Uraillng and ihelllng pnbllo roa. station to river. haIi furnished by county from front door. It when we say they will cure you and we
lA. MANUFACTURERS\ 1., C. Moore'. hell mound across river .fririuVero. tlmt lie 'laid down his life for theswivpt.rii Having finished the professor'" soliloquy would not say'It If we had not conuid.'uc. Tltusvllle. Fbi.FOLEYSIilDEYCURE. .
Mid to be per cubic yard spread on ....1. of Benares and Induced the
hft rose and strode Into the la them, which Is the direct result of -

Doors Sash Blinds Contract No. 24. people of that city to admit weeper! drawing room just In time to see Lucy our knowledge of their euro In cases

Repairing shall road from south bonmlsry of Into their presence: a* they bad never being helped, Into a high dogcart by a that seemed almost hopeleis. Hold at

Moulding & Building Material! town mmsloner'of Fort District Pierce, No.to south 4. Hid boundary to be per of cubic Com-; done before.As fair fared: individual' In Immaculate 50o' a box by Ked Cross I'harmacy. ....,... 1"-- ..." ft......... Sllnh __ _

yard spread on road. for alberg.. the other great leader light overcoat<< and dogiikln glove Tb ___.__-.-__. -c. .. ..."____ __ __._p -_ u _
Office &. Warerooms. King opposite be takes us buck at once to tbe day
. ROAD DISTRICT NO. 0. horse puwed the air when the diminutive -
Cannon Street.Charleston Contract No. 29.Bui of Homeric myth. lie ws* .born from tiger/ left their head an4apranll P. RvLl.ilz.aan & Co. lIt
C. jie coat of lialmlk and suckled 1 by a
S. to wore the river front road from the 'Into his place. Itoyce had a gllmps .
north line of the ftth Road DUtrict tit the ernth tin re. In proof wherwf Chuhrss. to of I-ucy's bright face as It was lifted,
line of Hrevard OOIl"t). Road to be kept free of this day abstain from eating Ru.,,". 2rtl Washington St. I t NEW YOHK.IKI _
Sash Weights Cord am! weed and tall ir.Ma. Work to ba tone with a to her companion's. How entirely la / hiurrayStreot. J N. V, 1'
machine.. Grass On the other'band. elberg wa
slnKle; or double horse mowing her lenient she looked! He turned _
. to he left where cat on roadway. Large weeds born of a pitcher. through the power of .
from the window his foot tripping
, and dry palmetto 1 leaves must be thrown off away ,
Hardware. the roadway. Kuwl to be mowed tour time a Abdul Kader Kllanl. and when tbe In a rug which tie kicked savagely '
year; work to tie done at surh time* .. will keep Prophet Elms was turned Into s Pineapples
those Oranges
, back Into "Confound :
c condition for one place.
flrst-cUs year.
Window and Fancy Gla* the road In saints In
Instance to be worked. about 17 mllr weeper for spitting on the thing that are always catching In peo. ,

; A SPECIALTY. Contract ;No. H. heaven It was Lan..rwho/ relieved pIe' feetf Well here was another day _

him.-Times of India. wasted. bad wrttten-wM Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
Bid.* to keep In tixxl. safe repair all bridges That stuff he and
and eulverta and keep all washouts filled on the rot. lIe njtrode back Into bbs room and
mail from white City; to White City WI.. ... Pier y.....
oonnti station for one year.' Distance 3 ml .... .F. tearing the aheet In two flung them We represent several of the largest shippers ID jour State, and wish to representyou
bended boy with life ,
lIe wss curly
a Into the was't. basket. Then b. _
+...++..................** Contract No. 21. before him. She was a little girl with threw himself paper weitrtly Into the that also. live( u* a trial shipment. Established 30 year

Bids to keep all brMite and culverts In .0Qf11'' a aucy pug now. but wlV. It would which the becaniMhe ... . .. .
the anuat* girl he called cousin << :
safe repair for one y.ar. on I that -" : 'II
from White City north to north line of 6th Road I seem beyond her years. The fart had ''
known her all his life thoughthe .
MrABt.isiir.li: : 1570. .
all wulumta filled. IMS doll with that
DI"trle'.d to keep 1 she was naming a eyes I
muse.Contract. tie between them warn remote had
taoca about 4'4
: opened and shut! with a click nay have '
IP YOU RECIVE A SAMLPE No. OT. been III 'Inspiration. fit) lately occupied.
: Ride to ol..n'. oonnty road from WilliamRaaslereone How pretty she bad looked sitting M. Lane & Son
think I'd marriedIf
I get
north to north Una of Itth }. ,
:. COPY OF TillS I"AI'YonIT J Road Dlstrlet place and aimnertlOK with ennaly roail I knew bow." I there In the lire light! What could sb. _
\Ix opened seven ((7) feat see" In that headed numskull
: to fort Dram. Road to the empty
: replied owner
that's I
TO- easy.
,..Id. with all roots and stnmM carefully nmovad. "Ob that she ahonld to driving with
t Dlatanea A mllm. HaM road la. part of of the pug nim. "First you buy a dlu- : care no JBO WASHINGTON" STREET NEW YORK.
LET YOU KNOW THAT county road from Fort Uvula to tba Steamboat him? Wan she after all one of the
and It to her. then ,
: mood ring give you
Landing... Taylor creak.Contract girl to whom well weighted pocketbook .
2 WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO : juy a gold ring Jlk..mllmrua' got .n.11 l a Produced
No. 2 that to her. And then yon must I atoijfd for any mental Im-k' THe Southern Fruit and
2 : Bid to work county road from Jensen. to Wa- lire retaIled the venlnimt\ n when
BECOME A 8UBSCRIIIER. wa. for.... year. Road to be worked twice) a buy her a watch for her blrtltday. .
.. year. All roots to be cut wit aoU all waahouteHlla4 "An' what sb* give mer expectantly after! a bard day's work h* had wandered
and all bridge and ealverta In be kept la Into I.orjr<<
the where
2 v V .. (nod. safe repair. Distance about 0 H mile asked the little ebsp.Vby. sat drawing room littlemr> otQ.rzl..1s: : ::: 1oc.. :tMIorcha.tl.: : :: to. _
... playing a sweet. Illusive ,
Contract ;Mo. 30. nutbln', of course,1' smartly replied _
ttMftn opec new. road from J....... to Sprntobiair. his little cotnpiiDlon roT of Chaininade's. Again the feelIng FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. _
Road en be ope.....lsevaniTfealwt< sister.
.......................... all ront and stomps earrfnlrjr ramoved. :f.Ir "Hay, alone with her with no word between i" _
.. lododad. Lrta.lanca won't mafT1.-l"hlhld..l Telegraph.
bridge. enrvertajor grading
about 6 mite. *. them but the soft tender chord, qme Stencil, Carda and our quotations furnished on applicatloD.w _


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fill 4 EAST COAST: ; AD U'( A'I'Jr.> JULY 29. U*OI. '
!1 President; WM. M. BROWN, Vlce-Pre.ldent.

I Newspaperdom persistently\ ad. Iler u... Radiant INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
that "
their towns for the publicity ,
AD BlSOATara SAY..nolo.e. they may give them, says Press and Complexions\ c Of perfect purity are Tbe made value by of COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Hancock's Sulphur.
Liquid ,
Printer, Boston Many cities tha sulphur in the toilet baa been known for centuries Authorized capital $1OOCOO

PUBLISHED BVIBT FBIDA.T. do not half support their 'papers but much of its value was lot until L"'" f Paid up capital $40,000
J JCMABI.BS want these papers to give a great the discovery: off Average deposits, $160,000

H. WALTON: Editor a roblUbn. deal of free publicity to the cities M

and do an enormous amount of Hancock'sLipid
Discontinuance of advti. must be mad. pel shouting for the cities for nothing hA McocKT s Transacts a General Banking
.ally at this. office or by writing. 1
Of course, every paper should support Sulphur k "t Business. \
its home town and merchants r 'I

aback etc.,may ba road. payable to CHAKLB.I but if the town refuses to support aapf a ,tae Rot only doe. It produce I skin smooth and and Oldest Bank the
f 'Jb W.U.TOIII.publl alt as silk but its use>s a hair bath will cure Largest on River
the paper, then i it is I Inconsistent to< all scalp diseases. promo Ie a new growth .f .
healthy]/hair and streinthcn the coloring mailer Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign
In wrltlnK, M the ADvocATE for Infoimi expect that the paper should sup % !. the hair ."as to check and avoid premature, Countries.PtttronBite .
ha ,_ hair. Buy. ll.n o..k'. Il will endowIng the 1C gray
lion 01 iny kind,the writer oliiiite> tiy port town. a newspaper LWL "f.nuuR, .
phgr t reliable druf (
< any .f.
< a etiunpeil-Blilre envelope any money to give away it should I S appreciated. Prompt service, polite
Liquid Sulphur, Ointment t treatment and every favor consistent with conservative I
give it to the most deserving. A lilt". ITllleJCll1llfC ? banning graote 1 BOSTON OFKICK-THB EAST COAT ADVOOT .A h.aw IA.PfI\III-Ie w Prepared especially lor Burns, Scalds. Open ten J
newspaper's space is I its money. Ir f 11-_ Sores, Chalcd/ fartl, Raw Surfaces, Boilsl At I
has opened an(nioeat 04 Atlantloaveuu. r------.x-_ PiI... RotighncM oi Face and rUniit.uii.u Phoenix atlouall..nk. N. Y.. Empire State
; ray
Boston,wliluh will be In charge of Mr. Claude the town I is in the need of charity, .Ae..A... .Y.-.r: .. .= wY.v.. Ski. Diseases.Wrtbi T e: Tiu t Company,N. Y.,National Bank of Jack
U.Walton. it would be a wise thing for the r:::::..>r,.........._B,...-.u._ for free.book on awe of Sulphur In _+t- t A ...nvllle. ,Jacksonville, Pla.
-: the toiletand aa"uure lur all
publisher to pull up stakes and get ,:.::".__:=a_.._'.j. : akin dlminsna.HAXCOCK. ".rITUSVII.-.LE, FLA.All .
{ ((5+ Avddress all aommnnloatlons to out. It i is scarcely proper that a _5tPwma"..<.MiKgorJ. ( I
TlTUiVILLB FLORIDA paper should give Its money to a LIQUID [SULPHUR co. 1
? r -- -. .-- city, Thfs is certainly, a correct .w.n* Ls*M H*.Mpt..***C*, Baltimore. Md. kinds of Agricultural Implements.: AgentsFOR

S ,w of the matter. However, ai ;THE

_ J .( many,papers seem desirous of givIng -. la.C3)121D: :: :B.A.n.n.c: :>' 'P--

Fla.j .. their space away to all kinds of ,

j enterprises, it would'be better for rn '

The following is a comparative statement them to give it to the home town m:
If' of temperature and rainfall for the o
z week ending Tuesday July 20,<1004.DAT To bring people to a town, the town I
-1904- -1903- should have a live, uptodatepaper
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a i! ., MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. ; but if the merchants of a .iW z
20 87 73: ,', 87 77 town do not help the paper, how ..YE -
l, 21 IK') 74- 89 1: 70N + q a ,t k:
22 01 63 .., 88 70 are the merchants going to get customers < < ., 1 1 .I r O;:
23 !87 73: 88 73: for their stores ? Adver y O

1 I at 8.4 7a 87 74 tiling in to business, what steam h
i.1 1 r 2(5( 8(1( 72 88 71 ; z H
to propelling
I machinery-the great
2(1( 80 74 814 77 i
Total rainfall for tho week: 1.01) power,
v Departure from normal rainfall for the who ;;.J
iv '+ i week: minus .00 Inches. Departure ALL the in. ..;'I

t frjm normal rainfall alnoe January 1, terest of their town at heart should
minus S.24 inches.
own a little property In town. A lr
HAL. P. HARBIN Observer.
resident who makes. his money in THE CEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.
--- -- -- -- --
'' town, sends it away to other placesfor Sanford, Florida.

BEFORE settling elsewheredo not investment and p.ys no taxes, ,1s rr ,
.y fall to atop off at Tltusville and ex. _
Is not the to assist in makinga '
:door: :: an.d.'V: : : Frnxn.cs.
mine our beautiful orange: groves town prosperous. It takes moneyto t .

ry a and fine vegetable land. You :will keep up n town and the man : f 'tt.1,:. 3 : :-1 i iA We are makinsr hundreds' of frames every month fur the I'ltdlngcontraclors;
not regret it. who pays no taxes does not help the g and we should make them fur ;you. ,\Vt do It cheaper and better

!irl u .- --- .-.- .-- Town Council Very much. The Our latest lmpro\emeiit Is ,

LET us plant morel' shade trees, Town Council cannot make improvements BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULlEYS,

thus beautify 'our town. Julia In town without monetary and you ahonld insist on petting these In your frames.
d' street needs more trees, and a few support. When you have any building in do, elite

placed In front of the F. E. C. Rail. EAST COAST LUIVIBER'AND. SUPPLY COMPANY,
way Co.'s property would be a de. Genest'al cttlce lEA U GAJ.LIE fLA.

elded improvement, as It Is close to MARRIED.- I ,-Yards at Titusville, Eau Gallic, Fort PI"rc..ILLod Went Palm B .ucH-

j thn .
station. ----
Archdeacon B. F. Brown left TltulI-
._ --
J4 -- -- vllle, yesterday _for Eldred, for the RETRACTION. I SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES &
WHEN people who are driving purpose of marrying Mr, Curl Vonende Hodges O'Mara:

i' horses these warm summer days to Miss Ankeoey, a very popular young Between Jacksonville aiiUNew ,
feel like asking the first person they; lady of that place. The marriage ceremony In the May number of the Ladies' York, ,.Manufacturers and Dealers in...

meet "18 it hot enough for "you P" was performed about, 7 o'clock p. Home Journal we" published. In the ar' Raga CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
should think about the horse tide entitled "The TiUeotMedlclne'Curse \
they ra. yesterday. Congratulation to the Dresstd
"' On after June 1, tf1.l( and until
Perhaps is too hot for him. an analysis of "Doctor 1.ItH'CU'MF..vorlte Heads' and
; Keep] happy pair. withdrawn the "Clyde Line" will sell Orange Box Fruit Vegetable CI ates Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
your horse or mule in the shade, Prescription'* In which prepnr! Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto

and place a bonnet or some other The following received ai the ADVOCATE tlou wall represented ait containing, among first-elms ticket, Jacksonville to New any part of the State. Address: Budges & O'IIal'a, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
York and return meals and berth Included
-M i I covering over his head. : office, tells the talo of another other Ingredients, tincture of at. $35. These tickets will be
i marriage on Indian! River. tails, tincture of opium, 'and alcohol, croixl. on any ship and will he limited for IF YOU: WANT A.
tin ..
)v THE F. E. C. Railway station at.. Editor Bat Count Advocate: Immediately upon publication return imniinge to September 13, lOi,
it I number a suit for damage wa.ln"tltlll. and In no case will the limit be extended .
+ this place needs a coat of paint
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Ilelller announce ed by the K. V. Pierce Medical 1 Company I beyond this time. Early application i
both inside and out and a waiting the of tbelr will choice of
marriage daughter, Abby secure stateroom accommndatlontt. -
of the Lot.i
ot Buffalo New York
4 room for the white passengers Geraldine to Mr. George F. Coon on pioprletora In writing, please give .Building
the Cur. ..
preparation In question, against of nil ff than
names parties
Our attention has frequently been I Ij' 20th 1004 Jensen i
Wednesday July ,
based the and of children If Children ,
tie Publishing Company upon Hif-8; any
!.',$ called to these facts by both winter Florida' At Homo after September first, claim that none of the three I Ingredient between ages: of 5 and 12 years, half fare or a lot with'a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
1 and summer patrons of the railroad. Xo charge for children under >5> years of
l t, d t We presume it has been overlooked 0. A. R. EXCURSION. were contained In the medicine. age provided they do not occupy accomniodatlons e LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,

t, in the rush; to do other work Upon the filing of the unit, we, of to tho exclusion of others.' PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,
course, immediately looked loco the pub- C. II. WALTON, Agent,
I' I _. The Seaboard Air Line Railway baa halted analysis. It appears that this particular Tltusville, Fla Vfo. probably have for sale just what you are seeking. *

MORE money l is laid to be made been announced as the official route from analyst had been made, if madeat Settlers are flocking in but still there is room. If you art

+ ,y ; in Florida by growing vegetables Florida for the G. A. R. Encampment all, fully twenty-five years ago. We looking! this way, drop a line to
that will meet at Boston the middle of BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER
I than has ever been make in orange thereupon employed three leading chem-
next month. The route fixed upon la JAS. E. 'INGRAHAM 3rd: ldent.
I. growing. Every year, potatoes, lets In different cities to make'an analysis ,

I I tomatoes, celery, lettuce, radish, all rail, through Richmond and Wa h. of the preparation from bottles,bought FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

,j I strawberries cabbage, etc., can be Ington. In the open market. These analyses, one I will\ be located In' Eau Gallle after ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

grown In the neighborhood of Ti- While these rates are announced for and all, now show to us conclusively July 5tli/ and be prepared to do all kindsof .

tusville, while Uptakes a great deal the G. A. R. and tbelr friends still name that not single one of the ingredients!=, work'ln tills Hue. Write me for estl -

r ; longer to grow oranges. If you are open to the publlo; mentioned by us In the analysis quoted mates on your work. References if de-

{ want good vegetable land come to 'fblllllohedulo la arranged no ;that the -that Is, either digitalis, opium or alooiol tired. Address, ,

Titusville. 3. A. R. may upend A night to Washing -was contained in tits bottles ana- r
too. ThIll.train will be equipped with ,
thoroultbtllro'e"tibu1ed coaches, opernt- yzeil. We then-the president of this Box 23;;:. Eau Game Fla.
L SUltYEYOllS are at work survey log without change: Jacksonville to Boston company and the writerpersonally .

ing the route from Cutler to Key and through Pullman sleepers lequlrliig visited the R. V. Tierce Medio.il Com-

West for the of only one change, at Washington.In and wee there con.
purpose finding addition to the above, the Seaboardwill any, at Unffalo THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
out whether it is l practicable to ex sell round-trip ticket for this occasion vlnoell I ,that the officers of the company

tend the Florida East Coast Kail to the O. A. K., their friends and were absolutely truthful In their claim

way to the Island City. It is the public generally for all, train of hat not one of these I Injurious Ingredt'nts Brewing Asso's.I'aluou. .

claimed that the railroad will leave August 12th, 13th and 14th. The Sea. were coutalned In "Doctor Tierce's.
board sell tickets via New
will also such
F' the mainland at and favorite Prescription" Naturally, since St. Louis' Keg and Bottled
Key Largo York and Round Lines, or any rail -connection
follow that key and others until from New York without stopWashington. the analysis we printed has been proved Beer.

the Island City I. reached and that pIng In rronoous, the deductions male in couection sum by Me.*... r.A.Lesley andR.

the work will l>e completed within Land with this preparation were Unwarranted L. MotnwTltusrlleiria' ]

1 three years ; but on the other hand, Dade Sale. and unfounded By Mr.R.L.Motlow.Cocoa,ria.

nothing is definitely known as to Under these circumstances It is now

what will be done until the survey For sale, cheap the northeast quarter perfectly plain to us that this magazine "wi JOSEPHZAPFSole

is made, and the cost of same fully of southeast quarter of section 3, township was unintentionally, but nevertlie ess I

t'' estimated. The cost of building 38, south of range 41 east; close to absolutely misled In making the original Agent.

the road has to be taken into ac O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on tatment,'and we hereby; ,of own volition, ") 010 to tilt: West Bay" Street

count as it will be a stupendous St Lucie River;40 acres make this unqualified acknowledgement t sr

undertaking for Mr, Flagler. Also, the northeast quarter of northeast ot our mistake to the R. V. Pierce Medl- JACKSONVILtB: FLA.0h .

quarter of !section 18, township 38, JoiApnny and to our readers. -- -

1' THERE are thousands of families south of range 41 east; on'south fork of The mistake was honestly made, butt

i'' ; in the United States who are forced St. Luole River; 40 acre. Apply to was a mistake.A .

their from one abiding cause or places another every to change year. ,CHAS. n.Tltusville WALTOY,Fla. Clear IJOllellt Complexion of Health.The Kx- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

4 Each one naturally hopes to better DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB
,. himself, and each one looks for a Foreclosure of Mortgage. ait_ -
live Seeing a face that wears a bright and : ....... ito"; OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
town and not a dead one. No clear complexion, the Inference Is that ---.
1 village or town should be contentto IN yard County Florlila.' the Individual has the personal advant ON YOUR ------------ .-

stand stll!. Some improvement In Chancier?. age of general health. WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS.
t should be and carried DAVID KDOKRTONT ) Continued exposure to direct sun rays, ICE BILL
planned out T. Hill to fitrvcloieIVM. Ii I Patented
i as experienced in country life, and also in all-countries. Only tackle
every year. To stand still means If. anaRPEana 1 Mortgage.RANCI9 and smoke dries
I city's dust the skin,
A. WHAKl'K to a block of the kind In the world. Fitted
decay and to lose population, in. hi. wife et al d l r..n 1 stead of gaining. Let our merchants To J. \V. UALlA.vriN&on: of the defendants I and germ harboring. with the celebrated VInton Roller 1
.. Ynn are hereby nnnlrol to the Billof Applications of HANCOCK'S", LIQU1D 'V Beared.
help to their town ins
by aiuMyen soy place where
t Complaint" tiled bereln a In the PI.PHUB;Na ur.'R Greatest Germicide, !
t r advertising largely, so that people above toiterab entitled,r, IUl...C...UIM EAST on or COAST before ADVOCATE the Bth day Is her-of I enders the skin pores active; foreign p. brovt ioixs cooler hoisting Is done. With these blocksone : 1 13Pr
I'f a distance and would-be settlers by dMlirnaMti'. tbe newspaper In which this material eliminated, the skin is effect- on<* i
i'-- order snail be week for four I Ice cheat cleaner.VtTc ; man can do the work of two.
published onus a and the
hilly know we have a hustling of onft cutlve .....ek.. I. ually cleansed, complexion ntored. -. Thousands sold in the north. Call
c merchants. "Dead merchants help Witness my hanil and.eal of office this the Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co!, order to agcnlPOAVAITOM. /
:Kith day of July,IUO4. A. A.. STEWART, ,Baltimore Md., inalU free booklet describing and see then In working order at this ill
+ 1"' make a dead town, says John (Seal Ct.Ct. Clerk of wet Court.. sulphur's actual value for the .TIT J311t office, or the store of Ja*. Prltchard A tomnyt
0. A.
( ..namaker.I ray
t J iK :/ Deputy Clerk. complexion as a healing agent. Son TitosTille. e

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.. JUST COASi' ADVOCATE, JUMT 29, _!90", G; .

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..........*...++.................+...+..........+....:, Melbourne. Eau Gallie. GEORG MAUX. JOAN MARX.

EAST COAST itTE'' TS. i &. *T"" Subscriptions-for the ADVOOATK. SARAH c. HO'U"- ou:-Sea- '1VI F t ]B <>S._

the pink paper of the East Coast will be lilt,.:!!. tan "aute. .....t'kla.
******************** received at the Melbourne Postoffloe -' --- WHOLESALE GROCERS ,t

RICHARD W. GOODB.-Real fatal, Notary Squalls and heavy showers on Sunday I .
Newsy Notes Contributed by Our Regular f Public and <\.n..vannt'r. Agent tor JRtn last In this district
Llnrpooland Lonnml Ulub,and HartfordFire .,
Corps of East Coast Oor1'e"'liondents." Conimnlen.. Speolalatt.utlun| A. X. Mathis baa been selling off M Fruit and Produce Jobbers. :
paid tot Interest ot nonrmldnis.HOTKt. stock of goods brought !rom City Point

.N..NN..NNN...N1.H...NN........... : MELLKVrE-Mfllbonrn. Fha tttL... A New launches' are being added !o.the '
healtby winter rvwirt on hitch nine lane ........- fishing doer at this point, every week or Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
already unloaded several carloads on the I lookingIndian Rlvar. a.&....; rx and upwardper .

VVYVVVvvn..n.nyVVyyyREAD .. city out In dock.the river The i 1.50 dock feet will making be extended U the'I Write Manager day.for R.Special rate W. CaR1I.I.to rmi;Madam|*,..per l froprlotor.R.weak M"or Campbell...*.<>..,. I j two.Mr.. and! Mrs. Harry Christian are back )WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. "

THE LIST largest/ dock; between Jacksonville and and settled( In the .Ilarilson cottage on '
3 Miami. The dock will have a capacity Frank Gautier, of Cresent City, was the bluff. I PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. :, '

And Send Us Your 'Order.ler.Gal. for fifty cars when it Is completed. In Melbourne Satuiday.: The steamer Lillian C., left for Ills- Seed Potatoes, Hoed: Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. et.\

cayne Bay this week, with Jno. S. Ferguson :
Miss Booth, of Eau name, visited a* pilot. f.SfVe solicit consignments of Fruits and.Vegetable*
Opaap I friends In Melbourne last week. ".' -
]. Eit.3'233. i school . ..
The new graded building is now -- -- -- -- --- --
lUGCarl'Eft Cures a cold In at hours. Relieves Allen Campbell of llosoland, was a ;: ;
roofed In and I I. being pushed .to completion '
neuralgia' rheumatism, bronchitis and of Hotel last '
guest ; sz
headache. \ \ as fast as possible. t
Comforting and
curative. .
X CITY........ 200 TRADE Swift, sure and safe. The best of all Mrs. C. A. Morton boa returned from Capt. Mo abb's new residence on theEau J' t

SUNNY SOUTH .... 2 BO31LTEDGK cold remedies, because the most efficient. her visit to relatives In Fort 1'lerce. Gallie river bluff Is being painted.E. : "

.::. ... 800 Opaao Isa small chocolate coated tablet Mrs. E. P. Branch and Mrs. Metta Splller\ Is doing the work. 1 !1
and Is sold at :Mo! a box at Red Cross ... .J" .
Mack last "
went to Miami Monday to
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PEDIGREE 400 Pharmacy. Mr. and l Mr. W, IT. Marshall, of Fort 1:

JOVJERMOLT ... .... .... 400\ A'I spend a few day with friends. Lauderdale, went la Eau iallle ou'Wed : I
I Mrs. Carrie Murnham and little nosday lost, en route for home.T. : (
OLD HALIFAX ... .... 400 I .
Eden. daughter of New St. Augustine, Is the J. Thompson returned to Canaveralthis it .
guest of her mother, Mrs. Hector. '
l : I week after setting up the boiler and
HONEY .. Mr. Sam Sanders, one of Indlanola's) engine of the steamer Canaveral. VMfir.

-. .. S, F. Webb and family returned, on popular young gentlemen: was a guest W. B. Cross Is shipping quantities offish :

BACK< rer.Gal.' ; Monday, from a visit to Stuart. of Postmaster Uoode and family the. first. and is adding to the number of his :. c,
of the week. c I
James Hasten returned, this week launches of which he bas several "
N. C, WHITE.. .. ....,. power .i: ,
IF GOODS l IISj from an extensive western tour. Mrs. John Goode and daughter Mrs. at this point. ,;!' .

WHITE BETTER. ...... :3 00. Mrs. W. F. Richards L. C. Moore, left here last Monday to Is '."r
made business Capt. Sheppy, of Merritt, now owner -
DON'TSUIT WHITE FNIE.......:.. 2 80" trip to Port Pierce, last Monday. spend the rest of the summer In llendersonvllle of the steamer Uypoluxo, and will ','
N. C. haul the vessel \
.... E. J. Shatfuck has about finished on ways
3 DO '
LAUREL-VA.LLEY. R. Claude and overhaul her as possible.The .
his house W. Beaujoan, Mr. and Mrs. as soon
pointing packing and It looks a
Beaujean, and tbe Misses Eloise Hogg
much Improved.F. various residence being put up r t
and Jessie Beaujean bad a delightfuldrive d
In Eau Uallle well
are progressing towards
-WE' HAVE OTHERS- 1) Richards bas finished ,
work on to Eau Gallie last Sunday.Mrs. completion and other foundationsare
G. E. Coon's windmill which he moved .
WRITE US 3 from R. R.. Rlcou's. Starrett, of Stand wood, who with being laid, making work plentiful.The .

her friend Mrs. Bills, I spending tbe new fish house at the F. E. C. K.It. DR. HOUGHTON AND HIS FLOATING DENTAL OFFICE
3 Mrs. J. II. Andrews, of Tlbbils) spent summer In tbe Uibba IIOUHO, is the /grandmother docks ,
Is being pushed as fast as -
I io slule.
J. J. |
WILLIAMS last Tuesday In Eden, the guest of Mrs. of a dear little boy, burn July The building in a capacious one
Thomas K. Richards lUih
i and will be equipped with everything

P. O. Box 401. There has been a substantial addition Miss Eloise Hogg left last Monday for necessary to the busluefut. With his com --:...:.

made to the men's In tho section her home In Jacksonville\ after spending
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.. = quarters --- --- .
house by tbe F. E. C. Ry. > nearly two months In Melbourne with Drutully Tortured. petent assist-
.nm..vvvyYyy..r.yyn.: her Mr. aud Mae It. W.
Mrs. J. II, LeTourneau spent Thurs' ,, 4
Uoode. A case came Lu light thai for persistent
day of last week In Fort Pierce with Mrs. and unmerciful loituie bus perhaps ant, Dr. L. F.
Stuart. C. S. bchnyler, visiting and shopping. Mis. iF.::\ Ulbb left last Monday\ for never been equaled. Joe Golobick of q
her home in Hill after
It Is about time we bad some "pink Bay spendingsome Culusa, Cal., MII M! "'ol'l years I eiidiued BLALOCK.Will
time here with her daughter, Mis. ,
tea ." Now that the pineapple season Innullemble .pain from rhouinittlsm -
L. A. Peek Mrs. Oibbs has ImprovedIn b I
E. Simmons left lu his launch, Tnes- is over, we must have something to write health very much duilng her stay lu std. flushing relieved me though/ Itrh.d e !
about. everything known. I across soon go 'j
for down
lay: a trip to Miami, via. the Melbourne. .
Eleotrlo Hitters and I luthegivutest medicine
nslde rou to.Lumber and
Mr. Mrs. C. A. Robinson, Miss and little earth for that
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson ou trouble A few South for
and building material'are ar- Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Otis H. Cure' daughter, Lillian, went to Koneland last bottles completely relieved and cured ,1 .J --.t;;

Ivlng dally for the residence of Jerome ton went to Miami during Tuesday evening carnival to !Saturday: by launch, returning Sunday me." Jut as good for liver and kidney ....: JiIaL .. .....- al
'wi tchell. take in the sights / the and bringing/ Mrs. Robertson home with troubles and general debility. Only ftou Down RiverPoints. -:. 'j. -..= ,

Capt. Clias. Blakeglee has accepted a C. A. Robinson Injured his arm quite them. Mrs. Robertson has enjoyed her Satisfaction guaranteed at. Red ('lossPharmacy

osttlon with the St. Lucle River Tranertati.n seriously, last week, while assisting In visit there very much. Tltusvllle. .
moving a piano. He getting/ along .
Line. very nicely, and will be able to use his No Sliouu. I X>>Ei'LT: : C:>!:'i.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Parkes dined band in a week or two, perhaps. Pity Georgiana. -- -- -- .. _
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Ith Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Woodward, "For years fate was after me continuously
rast Sunday, at their home. 'I'be frequent shower are Interfering ," writes F. A. Culledge, Verbena -,

Judge Hancock has erected seriously with our telephone lines. No Ala. "I bad a terrible cane of piles causing i Mr.\ )Floyd, of St. Augustine, visited E. Stopping at
a canopy sooner does W. W. Luce get: them In :21 tumors. When all failed liucklen's. Vesey Hall\ and family last Sunday
an his launch the Egypt) to his .
/ protect order than, bipt! goes the lightning:, and Arnica Salve cured me. Equally I
passengers from tne rain and spray. bra work Is all to be done over again. good fur burn aud all aches and valns. Mr. Clifford Rogers left heie'for hU '
homeandt.. Tuesday of last Rockledgoand f
has.,Wood ward has hauled out his Only 25o' at Bed Cross Puaimacy. Augustine, i ,,
Miss Ethel Westall left last week. ,
cine catboat, the Don, for the fall Saturday
mouths so that he won't have the care morning, for her home In New Smyrna. Miss Mary Allen, of Goodall, came on '

|of It during the gals! 7 weather. Miss Robinson accompanied her as far as Fort Pierce.A. Wednesday of last week to visit her Cocoa? .
White City Junction, where she stayed grandmother Mm. .M unaoll.
Pineapple planting has begun. Land over for a visit of two days with her

iis being cleared In large quantities, and aunt, Mrs.\( W. II..Roblnsop. K. Wilson paid Miami a visit ou Orlo Ilalnlln, who spent the summer Eau Gallie
j there will he a large acreage planted here with his grandpaients, Mr. and
here this fall. The prlco of tbe fruit at Tuesday.The Mrs. Page, left oa Monday for his home '

present is very satisfactory to tbe grow Working Night and Day. pineapple farmers. are busy plantIng In Ml.iml. .,t to.,. c i

ers. The busiest and mightiest little thing out slips. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and daughter, { { w 4j :n'r and

O. K. Wood ha finished.. shipping; the that ever was made is Dr. King's New Mr. Stuart, of Jensen, was a pleasant Miss Nina, left for Miami Monday, for a

[pineapple crop, from Woodlawn, and, Life Pills.\ These pills change -weaknessllstlessness vUitor to town on Sunday.: visit with their daughter, Mis. Myitle Melbourne.
I with his daughter, Miss Addle, have luto energy, brain-fag Into Brown and family.Mr. .
wonderful In Mis. Cbas. Edwards Is 'visiting relatives -
mental power.. They're '
to Palm
(gone Beach where have
I rented building up the health. Only 25o! per at Wavelaud for a few days Bower and daughter, Hattie, wentto
for the balance of the
a. cottage
Cocoa last Thursday, Mr. llower tu RECEPTION ROOM. ,
| box.: Sold: by Red Cross Pharmacy. Z and returned
summer Mrs. S. Geiger family on
work on the school house, aud Miss Hattie -
II. W. Beoaey (I. at work on the marine Tuesday evening from a short visit. for a visit of several days with, friends. I

I railway, which he la building for bin White City. Will Tubbs returned, Sunday morning, Uncle llughle bas been shipping mangoes After which -' --

I own use. The way are being built just from a few weeks' vacation In Atlanta. to Miami for th" Ilreman's tournament :

I inside Frazier crnek. Mr. Bessey will Editor Emerson and wife paid St. and midsummer carnival. That Fort Pierce '"
I In this section reads ,
jetty the mouth of the creek and deepen Nearly everyone I
there before
Augustine and Jacksonville a visit this most delicious\ fruit 11pens
I the channel. the newsy ADVOCATE. doe here cousquently they are all Jensen '
we :k. ours Tibbals I---
The county lighter, which Is used asa Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N. Jorganwen,, gone.
W. J. Bass of Jacksonville hereon '
I ferry across the St. Lucie here, and a son ; Tbureday, July 21st. Wednesday, shaking; bands with his Mr. LIndaberg has the /Iliient pineapplesever Stuart

I I which has been ou Jack Stanley' marinurailway Mr.. and Mrs. Frederickson, of Jensen, many friends. shipped from thin section of the

receiving a general overhauling, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fransen on I country. He shipped 115 orates In three and all Important
I Is expected to be launched this week of Port Is
BOI Saturday.Miss Miss E. Macdonald Orange, days, 11$) of which were twelve to each
I Mr. Stanley Informs us. vUlting her friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. ciate. One crate had to be 'made largerto
T.lzzie Benson and Mrs. Lament; Trowell) of this place. Points
The fallowing :tttuartltes: attended the callers friends Eldred last hold the twelve pineapple The I
on on
I Mid-Summer Carnival at Miami this were MUs. TrUle Richards, of Eden, Is question has been asked If they wore not I
South will beTaken
week: Mr. and Mrs. Robert McPherson, Saturday. spending a few )sin town with her the largest fruit of that kind ever shippedfrom ,, 4u
I Mr. and Mrs. Johns, Miss\ Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs Fransen were guests of aunt, Mrs. Geo. Saunders Indian Hlver ? If any one has ever '
Misses Amy, Edith and Florida Kltcbing, Mr. and 11[..". Carlson, of North KUIred, equaled or beat It, let us hear from them. in Suc
| Mr. and Mrs. Neil COli ton and children. on :Sunday. Mis. W. J. Tucker left Wednesday, r'r1 M Jy. '
for Kentucky, op a visit to daughter, cession. i
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. L: Mr. Orrel bas been very busy looking Mrs. Tye, for the balance of the sum Indianola. ii

11). Tucker extend their heartfelt sympathy after r. Edwards' grove and pinery dur mer OPERATING ROOM.
ing the past few days. _
to them In their loss Mrs.
great Rev Mr. Tomkles held Rer"lce.'ID tbe .. .. . .. .
'- '- -- -
ITucker'a mother Mrs.\ Capron, died at Aiel Jensen of Tltusvllle, a former Methodist church last Sunday morningand Mr. Grosse, of Providence! It. I., and

I| Lotus last Thursday, at 0 o'clock. Relatives resident of this place, Is spending a evening. Large congregations: were Mr. Kranchn Kocklield Conn., .II" O& L South Rockledgc.Little Jensen. k,

1 burial.hare taken the body north for week here with old lends, present.Mrs. Sunday. Indlauola, guests. at Oak cot.tage. -

John Wynn, accompanied' by
Mr. and Mrs. Kalle who several Mr. and Mrs. P. Oleson entertained a Joe Paxton Is laid with The store building of Jn*. Neal l Iepr"grussing
spent and friends Monday\ Mrs. K. E. Mlms, left on Tuesday morning Our pastor Her.l Jno. X Thompson, tip avery new !
I days here, this week, departed Monday few relatives\ their home Oleander on Hill. for a visit to their former homes lu will spend the month of August In jlills- severe cold this. weak. vary rapidly J
I evening, Mr. Kalle for New York, and afternoon, at broaghcounty at his old home near $
North Carolina. A. 1C. Moore, of Merrltt, wits over calling Peter Kreilerlokson, and wife spent a- t'

(I Mrs.having Kails business for Alabama tr> attend both to at of the them difI Oeo. Beck I I. borne from Orlando,John having Last Friday, during a severe electrical Tampa. p on friends, on Friday. last. pleasant MnniUy at While City.

I ferent points. They speak very highlyof left his the position school-bouse thereto edition help at thunderstorm the residence of Henry Miss Alice Sanders, accompanied by Arthur Gideon, of 1'alatkn visited( his. Mrs. llobeitson, of Melbourne. .. passed
Stuart on Olmstead was struck and burned to the Miss Carpenter, one of the teachers lu mother List 'ttek. the excursion
[ and think of locating here. Sir*. J. H. Coats, through; Jensen: on train
Jensen.Mr. ground. Claude OlmsU,id had about the TUusvllle Normal school, came down (It.Mind for Miami,
Rain has been very plentiful this week, and Mrs* John 'tlesen) ,of Jackson- $:JX( ) worth of crate material consumedIn Friday to visit )U.. Sander parents. Mr. and Mr A, I D. Baldwin" nude a d

and the grass planter have been very sonville, are spending the week with tbe the fire. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Donnelley left call on Mr. and Mrs. Salmon, on Sunday; The copious showers are doing tbe.
I busy. Each we see more lawns Otesen: Mr. and Mrs.P. pineapple plants KIHN!.; The fall crop I
year parents of )[rs. Wednesday for New, York. After a stay Tbe welcome showers the past few
I being planted, and St. Lucie gram I Is lu Chrlstensen. Night Wa Her'Terror. of a week, or two there, they will spendthe day have done a xritat deal of good., JIll look very prosperous.Mrs. .

(great favor In' this section. Different rest of the summer among the vegetatlou was sulfuring badly. K. J, Rleoii. and her sister, who.
I people plant It In different ways, some "I would cough nearly all nightlong the mountain I III visiting tier from Mississippi took In
I plaot in rows, while other stick down FoleyN Kidney Cure. writes Mrs. Ch... Applegate, of Alexandria John hugging, our null earlier basso the Miami excursion. > I
I about' four.Inches deep, leaving the end Will Brlght's Disease. Ind., "and could hardly get any This Is the time of year for borne seekers fur recovered from rheumatism. that tie
j sticking out, abont a foot apart. cure Diabetes. sleep. I had consumption so bad thatIf to come to Florida. Almost every can walk about without his cr'Jtch"tI. Quits a few of the Jensen boys left, ,
Will cure In the Bladder.: I walked a block I would cough frightfully one knows that the climate Is. In the John ha had a very hard time thl sum lam night fur Miami We trust the boy p
The F. E C. Ry. pile driving outfit is Will cure stone and Bladder diseases. and spit bood, but when, all other winter time;but this I I. the time to come mer. will have !good time and get home, safe

j again here. Lumber Is arriving by the Will cure Kidney Cross; Pharmacy. medicines failed, three *! bottles of Dr.Klnjt'.1'ew to the East Coast to cool off and escape letter White at I la the.
I carload. Section HOBS McCollougu has For sale by Red cured A from J. J. now Iluslnos very quiet) owing to
Discovery wholly tbe torrid heat of tbe northern cities
: "Frankfurt Mich., state that the mercury fact i/l IH> many people gutnq"away on
--- --.-- -. -- and I r 8 pounds. Its absolute Otto C. It. I stood at 3.io one morning last. excursions, snd going North to spend
--------------- --- la- Grosse of Providence, ,
**********************************************.***** grippe guaranteed!: bronchitis to cure, coughs,( ] after a trip all along the East Coast, week. Pretty cool for July-wonder tbe summer ,
tOO and $14iSampie Jacksonville fora where It to In January.Mrs. .
from Miami looking get
to ,
lung trouble*. Price !: C. II. lUcey and two anna left. Jensen
:: Fire Insurance J bottles free at Red Cross Pharmacy. place to locate and make a permanent J. E. Bettor and Mrs. II. Ii. for New York, where Mr Haeey' and

d -.. -- borne, bas bought the E A. Cole place Paxton when over at JeorgUoa, last daughter are DOW living. After spend
:: t u s House Goes Up In Smoke :aDd:: at Merrltt oa Merrltt IxUud, only a week were badly poisoned lln some way, Inn some time there, they will. gn to- fl(
If Your thus
:: '" TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. short distance south of IndUnola? they do not know how, but their faces M..lne. and thence to the World's Fait
you loose everything it is your own:J the Inland Is coining to be ognlzed/ asa have been very badly swelled, ever since,. sod back to Klorl.U.Mho .
fault. FIRE IVSURAXCK sufficient tine/ orange: growing section. and given them great deal of pain. J
:: ..oIt' and : following are the times of arrival .
+ of the property ---
the value
to :- .. to cover + -- Ilrpnlrlni I II
:: carried. and r.I
household effects should be : Tltusvllle: :Nut Help K3T- We cannot guarantee to publish -
:: w p'rS:. t ,vA Rates are not high. The companies from sovrss'vne.4avnTttusvlll.fofMiamlaad. baal kidney trouble for years: ," Items that do nol reach Ibis office before do all kind. of boot and shoe repairIng .

f.l:;;f we represent are solvent, reliable and :: Isi :GO P" writes Mr. Raymond Conner of Shelton, noon. on. Tbur daJ'. It. !
do Jas.
and not forget Opposite
...._... liberal. All Claims promptly paid. Wash., "and tbe doctor could not helpme. ,
:: ,:,;;' Write us for rates on your property. Intermediate points } lOjap: m I tried"Xoley'a Kidney Cure, and OVER FIVE: THOUSAND OV WAI. Prltcbard A: Sou. AXDHKMT OIDSOW, 1

.. i Don't neglect to take out a policy. :5: sorvssoerro.LesvSTltwvtllefoVJacaaavtU. I am Sow cured. I cannot say to much ton's, Rapid Calking Tools now la use Titusville, Fla.

Wilson :2 1 tu.m for Foley's Kidney cur.." In tbe United States.Prloe
Schuyler & sale bYJ 1 boat owner
For by lied Cross
:x TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .. and .......... .points. st J 1:13 p m Pharmacy. -- ,$.00 and |3.00 each, at the Air FOR ALL KINDS or Jon PRtXTIXO> y,

: to Tttwllbt. for 1-O5 a.mmaatord t office, Tltusvllle, FU. e remember the ADVOCATE office.
: Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATB YOCATK
...... -z AA**** **********.******.*****.************* .Arrives TltusvllU Ir 12iepm 4

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Destroying; of these dead leaves, which
Coast; l
serve as agents of Infection. This Ryel
Corn may bit done either by raking and burnIng .

them or by plowing them under In LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June
i must have a sufficient supply ofPotash the spring before the spores. are shed 4,1904.SORTHSOUNOHUi .

The plantlngtof varieties which are '
OVTNBOVNO nnturally less subject to the scab Is bI'

also to be considered us a preventive ...... .....1 STATIONS.jMikeouvllle. "!... N.. .11
men alii re. Spraying for the prevention JMI7. 1H\ ,. I ....lIy >>..u7.1ft .

nnd treatment of this disease baa prOTo ,ar 9yJ9 eIi 1'',................... ,................ .... I'
in order to develop into a: itr 1 seaal 1........... ...............Bo Jacksonville ......................Lv TG7a ,
crop. .>d of unquestioned value and u paying 10 1/a,............................Augustin" .. ... ... ...... T40a ,
No amount of Phosphoric Investment to the apple Tbe r Il.7a.r................ HaetinRe.. ..............;...:.. ... .. MaMa 00 I
grower. 11./a..:. .....................X. Palatka........................ ../.., I 1 lip
a Acid Nitrogen tint application mnde before the buds
or can compensate open may be sulphate solution w 10 II 10 pAr. .............. ... ......Palatka. ........... ,...............Lr I 10 a ;
w 0' for a lack of potash in which l Is cheaper copper and easier to prepare 'r !, cyrho I to 1111" Lor .. .................:. .....Palatka_........!.................Ar .1 00. til:fl

f fertilizers [for: and use than bordenux mixture. 'By .i 110 I 10 p lor ........ ................8&. Hates ...... ....................Lv -..
e \lUa IA ................ .. ..0nMt..... .. .................. Ar 161'.i,, |! siIMa '
many this application Is conIJlderl.il
a grain and all growers !
thl most important one for fungous It 11 ........................ Neoira ... ... .......... ..Lv -;;
W other ]. 01 1 IlpLv. .................... ..Fnnnelle........................... B 4Aa 2'
crops dsea! After the leaves" appear It will ri UP .............................Orraond .......... ..................... IOTa .1p1.,
We .1ul, | bt glad ............ .................Daytona..t..... ... .... 4Ma4fia .,
be necess-try; to use bordeitux mixture II p ............................Port Or.n({............................... ,
f lo Mnil free to any the first application of,this pray to bttUII.I .... .. .......... i a. ,
farmeralrliul.baokwhichrnnt.ins. I 05p ..... .....................N.wamJrla..4 Ma j i fr1i,
Just Iwfore IJloRI!() lln This Is I p ......:............ 13 ,
YBU.hie the moat Important trpittfni-nt) of the P ... ............................Ooo ........................a..i at a I
r v I In f o r m a t Ion I p ..../......................... .....kIese ......t......... ............ 1 iff aIMa ,
bout sold culture. '1/11 Hon. The wcond after the hloHsonm It Ie I p ........................ ...It.u G/tIlIl'............................. !,
fall and two or three other applications da'V 11 ...................._....... Nelbourne........_................ 1.4a uuj
Flrn4 I OER.'IAN: KALI !r los P ...._.......................8.ba..I.................................. IS MaOJa n
WORKS, nt intervals of ten days to two -weeks I III P ..............................'". Lucl............................... It MH n,
( l.* 9) NMMU Bt.. N.w York. will prove benenclnt. pnppclnlly If the P ............................. Ft. ri.ro..._.......................... 11 p uu,| '
i 24 .. ...Tlhhale........._ _................ 111
__ season. Is 0' wet one. TIne niiar spray Tri-Weekly Sailings I w 16 P P ....;...;::::.".:...:.....".....Bden............."...................... a1.? Pe. 41 l.
t A inny consist of a weak solution of copter : I.r 10 p ...............................I.a..n ....,.......................... II it"a
% IID ..........................1..etuan.-: ..... OJpsi I H
I sulphate' to avoid staining the fruit. '1166' p ......... ..........:.....Robe Sound..t..0 as |
APPLE SCAB. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. I." I4 p ............. _..........W..., Jupiter.............._.......... 10 p p !l."..
4 It Up..... ......:.. ..... ..W. Palmieaeh ......................... si !p 1 u,
l The Worn ".;... of th. Apple,. Opaac II Of P ....: .. .............i..Boynton.. ...;.........................I I p 1
,, t) Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) f CI I 18 p ..............................Defray.................:,........._ 1 89 p T a,' i
Tlirlvm In 1)atny Early Sammer.By Cures a cold In 24 hours A modern I" 06 P ..... .......r...... ......Ft Lauderdale I .......................... 01 p U.
,, 1KI B. O. LONOYJ An. Michigan Experl- for la I. Up ...........:................ H.II.nd..le..,......... ...... .. ...... !! p/,
remedy grippe, Influenza coughs. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service s.. .................__...Lemon City..r............. 10 ,
ment Station. P 10
t, colds, bronchitis sore throat, neuialgta la IlpAr.........,..... ........ ... .... ........................... COpq! ,
The dim-one of tbe apple commonly and rheumatism. Purely vegetable easy :
( % i known fir "scab" or In some cases OH and pleasant to take and never fails to The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

N 1 i; ;."blue-It tlput" Is probably fuuilllar to give quick relief. Direct bervlce Between BANrOBD: BHANOH.No.ll ORANGEI CITY BHANCH."Bo. .

4 every grower of this fruit. It first appears Opaao" is a small chocolate coated tab- Jacksonville! Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. BTATIOltS. I No. 12 3 IDa11 I t ?ATI.M.. NO. a a
(; In spring on the young foliage let, and is sold at 25o a box at Red Cross Dal DailyDall D.11 put

producing velvety olive colored patch Pharmacy.Tltu vllie. (Calling at Charleston 8. C., both ways) T 0tt L......... Tlto.vlUe.Ar 11 !Up I Sop 10 10* Lv..N. Smyrna.Ar 160 Opp
'' I L........... Oeteau....ArKntejrprlee. 11 .J. D It Sla LT. Luke Helen/ .Ar 10p Hp
es. This form 1. sometimes known art"mlhlow" PIANO TUNERS. SEMI-WKKKLY.. .. .SAILINGS... .......... 1 '......... ..........Ar 11 flea IS p 11 B9a NO
Southbound........................ ..... ". .... .. from Lewis Wharf, Boston MM Ar.0.ClyJe.Lv125l
riSl or "leaf blight. In severe Northbound......... ...... ... .... ... ............from foot ot Catharine Street, Jacksonville Ar. /.oford..Lv10.oa 4OOp 11 oa Ilpa.

neT Ar. Masters of Harmony, bat tS MB.13 | No.21Dally Ne. 19Dally No.17 18 No.20Bally No. 22Dally No. 24
Few. Know Written Muele. St. Johns River Line. 'MuUaaday- DallyMAYPOBT MAYPOBTMa. .53,
Clyde Daily. |exe*{* exoept Dalyc.ly
The piano tuner was jangling, the .nlv Sunday tluntl only

keys with one hand us he twlsteil and (Denary Line.). I lD 41 p 00 p_ e MaMa Lv J'okeorjT'e Ar TOO I 40 aSMa ) QO p I IO p
I swung his little Iianuner at the pins BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AJ D SANFORD. IlOp: lID JS. = CIp .80.Jaceaavllle S Mas lip 'lip IUp
with tbe other. Now und be Stopping at PalntU. Alter, St. rr.noln, B0renCord (DeLand),and intermediate land. N D t 30 p 110 p 10 OB .Pablo Beaob.. aoa e 00 a s io p p40 p
u. a lnK on the t.John's KJver.x hlie is l9 123 U p 1* 14 aMtoa Atlantic Beach Sid a 765. p 6 Ii p 15 1
_ would strike n chord nonchiUdutly but <: ? 41 p ; loop Ar, Mayporl Lv e ooa 740 a 00 n 1 10
'he i
never pretended to produce
any I*appointed f> nail a. follow t Ln" re Jaoknonvllle, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thumlayl, 3:30 p. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
succession of sounds that resembled a Returning leave Sanford Mondays, Wednemlay and r.rlday IIJO:; a. m.nutb.luuo.1 .
theme or phrase of mimic. II* woundup North-Houod
with a fluul Jungle of chords that Rewr duw Read "I' '
were hHriuonlc, but not In manner Leave s ail V. III. ... ... ...................J""Ii""n"" l\h.\ .. .. ....... .... .... \r.fve; :24)1! ) amm.Lete : HAVANA AND KEY WEST
any Leave 11411 p.m. .......... ............. .....I'alatk...... ....... ... .... .. ...... 800 p. m.
related, to one another. Tbeu be Lava 800 a. m. ............. ....... ... A.tnr ..... ...... ..a. .......... IeaW 2110 l' m.
screwed on the front of the cane and Leave .4 30 a. m. ........... ...... ..8t. I'rallola .......... ........... I..ve loop. mLe.ye 'I'h.lIto-'rlllle Table tlm.. I
show the at which train be expected to
.. ............. .. "NerelordUeband( ) ... ........ ...... Leave 121MII.OtIn. .may. arrive and Aryan
announced that tbe tuning was finished Arrive 1130 a. 10 .. ............ ... .... Sanford .. .". .. ..... .. ....... Leave 111M) a. w. From the. lb.eeveral .tatl.on.\ but tltilr arrival er lparture t the tlme..atrd 1. not "RuanOts.dhoc I
ArrIve IOOO: a. .... .. ...... ...............lIuter..III8.: .. .... .. ...... ...... ......Leave 10'111I a. m. lr.m.do e Compaay hold ttelf reeponalble for, any delay' or any eoBqnen e ariRtoc thr I'

"Won't you play something former. Gen'l! Passenger and Ticket Offlce,204 W. ay St.,Jack8onvllle
naked the mistress of tho household rot Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
( AJfPLK SCAB FUNOO8 ON LBATKX. r. M.IRONMONOKR JB.,Aunt.Oen.Pane. Allt.100&( W.., Bay St...faokvonvlUe. Fla. a .
expectantly."I W. G.CooI' R,Jr., Local rrt.AIl Jacksonville. O P. LOVKLL, Superintendent Jaokionrllle. ..SEE THE TIOKET AOENT.'
cases tbe loaves I bocoiuo shriveled and am afraid I can't gratify you root HoganSt..JacksonvlllsEl.' .

j I discolored, eventually fullliitf off. The madam," was the response "I can'tplay A.THKU.C. HA.GKRTY u. ": MUlCH Oen'l'General Eufn 1'MaoaRnr.....Arc tt. New York.VFM.CLYDIC f CLVIlK MI LNR, a Oen.ta) )Frt.., General Aftt.,New Agents.CheMbrougb York. t J. D. ILA.UNKR Aoat. Grea. Faa. Agent., ST. ATJOTJSTZiraJsjjr ](LL.F .

fungus also attacks the stems of the ," liuttdlnK 19 State St.,Opposite Battery Parl). New York. .s .
young apples at blossoming tlmo especially "Not play'? I should think: any person C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltuaville. Fla. ---.. ,
If tko weather at this time Is un with such knowledge of harmony

usually cool and moist. This causes would ,be a master of music," paid tbe { -<""' ocmoiT> KZHYQRKMMSA3

l the young fruit to shrivel and drop off, woman. -

fv often greatly reducing the crop of mature "',l'be tuner Is a master ot harmony Atlantic Coast Line ,...: fe -

i?} fruit. or his ear la," said the man, "but few R'y. .. : k.'J : 'Eo, ctrvr14ND ,
The most characteristic effects of of us know written music. We don't 4. $)jt1f116

\ this fuugouH parasite however are need! It !In our .business. All a tuner fe'-iniir", Cf//Mi ? :;
'' : found on the fruit Itself. Here the bus to have iA an acute ear for note. The Great Through Car Line from Florida. ESP

spots at first appear much like those and their harmony. With the pitch of

on the leaves, but as the fruit develops a fork set at A certain point be has a TO TUB EAST. L

the fungus works, under the. cuticle asli t to start from and all he does I.to is Over Its own rails! to !Savannah: Charleston Richmond\ and Washington, thence AOU.s /
tp or outer layer of the akin, causing give each string on the InstrumentIts via the Pennsylvania Railroad. t ON'Dtoucm

_i It to settle I off. These spots on mature proper grade In the scale. It takesa -
I apple have a dark brown or blackish mighty fine ear and much training of TO Til: WEST.
color, with a narrow border of a light the sense of hearing, but that l Is all The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile ife Ohio R. R.

gray color. The spots are usually most there l is to It." I
_ { 'j numerous arouuil tile blossom end of TO TUB<: EAST ViA STEAMSHIP.Via CITY

the fruit. On budly affected fruit the _A Pennsylvania court has decided Savannah: and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Fblladeldhla, Cos- JYARRMCV.MFNm
I spots run together, sometimes coverIng that life Insurance cannot be collectedon ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa. ,

M one-third of the surface. Deep) a man that has been banged for vann.iU Rod Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Balti!

I cracks often occur In such canoe, which murder. Still one Is l as dead after more and l'blla.detpbla.TO /

allow the applo to dry out. I.
hanging as he l Is after an unsuccessful JCI3Y VEST AND HAVANA. ,.
Apple scab la without doubt the worst
disease affecting this fruit. This In. wrestle with microbes. The only way Via Peninsular & Oocldental Steamship: Company.

due not alone to Its destruction of thetoll8&e out of It Is for men who Intend to be / ,

and young apples oto the unsightly hanged not to have thefr lives Insured. Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points

spots which It causes on the .

mature fruit. In addition to all this MILEAGE TICKETS.

It opens a way for the entrance of numerous Disease takes' no summer Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among; the principal -

rot 'producing fungi Into theti.suee sc-aJloa' railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. Par a_ -A. .
I of the mature apple. Thus dur.lag I For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A, C. L., or write NA
I the seasons of 1002 and 1003 which ; If you need flesh and
: ---- ------ FRANK'C.! nOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Tray. Page Agt. SMOOTH RUN
''I were ciiaructerUod: In title state by an strength( useScott's 1:18: VVeat Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE( FLA. ,
unusual rainfall great quantities of H. M.!\ EMERSON Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. Pa... A Rent.WILMINGTON. '
i A apples were lost soon after packingand Emulsionsummer N. c.SEA.B SOUTHERNRAILWAY

In storage and even during shipment .
through the agency of these soft
rots following apple scab. In some as in winter. ()liVlLlE

1 cases apples affected with scab began Sand lor ,free umpUuSCOTT <>.A.R.I> To

rotting while still attached to the trees, ft T.OWNE. o.eml'I" WASHINGTON. NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
+ the loss amounting to four-fifths of the pplelI'sarlStrat, New York. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR
entire crop. )oc.and,.._$ all druggists and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. N. C
The moUt fungus, cool of weather apple scab especially thrives during dur CINCINNATI CHICAGO. I THE LAND OF THE SKY"

lOll the early part of summer Fruit -- -- a The NORTH and WEST., tu "The Sapphire Country."


I air and light are shut out appears to BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW N.w..1._11_D..I.e... c._ SU.I.e."._c.Ioe.
be more severely affected than where YORK On All TraICA.II.'WAT..... Tbb. .....
II t the opposite conditions prevail. Therefore FAIR ROUTE
.sOUTHERN M. P. GAY. 51 .ro
location .rr. Pe..sg As
l a securing good ventilation
y Two Elegant Trains Dally 101 W. lay Dir...,J.o.raua ....

proper spacing of trees anti 11''"- Seaboard Seaboard V. A.. T..., P.T. .... .....11.D.. C. .. H. .---.O P.A,W__._ D.G
Express. Mail.
WM. H. Ttwom.. 0. P.A., AllMa.0. *. .
Nashville Chatta&ooga & St. Louis Ry. .... f
Western and Atlantis R, H, ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans -.

illiesT '
DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

TilE BEAUTIFUL. MOUNTAINS Seaboard,or write !

OF "A. o. MACDONELL, As t. Gen. I'ass. Agt. s. c. BOYLSTON J'a811.. Agt.


---" ----- --
Stopovers allowed at all stations on"

line where there are Ticket Agents. EXPERIENCE BO YEARS and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast

>2 .27.iu), IS days; $;j.00:) (SO days; '" STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on the* j

:f.. .&" Regular Season Ticket. are the most fatal of all dit- UUinill. ghpti| Bg no tickets, will be sold to exce?" be number bertl i

scam SPOTS OX AN APPLB. or tbe seating capacity of Dining Hails thus Insuring all passengers Indlvui.: j
TRAINS DAILY I eases. service and attention.
I 2 2
tematlc pruning are to be considered as

!t preventive measures In the case of' Leave Jacksonville, via F.S. I'.., ; :-IB a m, CHI E Y'Q KIDNEY CURE ''M T'UDC,OntaNsCopYeIONT MA"KS PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE
j this disease. It has been found that &c. EVERY 1"RIDA Y.J
Ixwve JaokeonvlUe. via A.C. L.,8:05: p. m. I rULElI O inariBtnl, Rimiij
the fungus pauses tbe winter on the Aavoa..sndtng; : a*k trh and d cr1nt.tb on.mayqtitufelf (See Schedule] oi Ships In Florida Tiroes-Union)
awrtln wn
our ol"nlen fr* r *a
A fallen leuv,,". appearing as uilnute blackbodies tiiv..tH.H>n !. pr ib"bty",,." _
SHORTEST and QUICKEST Uon..rt burled lu the l leaf tissues. From ROUTE I or money refunded. Qmtaint Mint fr-.0.(',.., tii rtry for....urll'.JH't.nt tnt.. a LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS:! NORTH,

( 'I these are given off, In the following SUPERB EQUIPMEN'r.\ remedies recognized by eminent qwfeii p"t.nu saute data.without thrnu.b ohs. ..Muna...m tt"A.CX; rooelv. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through*the'
t. liP&attack!nit, the the lint lower crop leaves of spores the disease which' TQROUGH SLEEPERS physicians as the best for Scientific Jlm rltan.A !FAMOUS/ "SEA ISLANDS'

later spreading to all of the KIdney and Bhdder troubles. lIand.Ift.'Y innntrmt w#*..hir. Tatted Hr.nlittton tickets as
ports Through sold
tree. to
t E. J. AVALKEK Fla. Pass. Agt. ,.( any MNntmsburnai. "'*..rm., 93 a all northern points. For full Information regardl(t
A r Thus another preventive mvusure la. Florida PRICK 5Oc:. sad $'.00. Sola byel' e..d.al.nt ructions offered by no other line; diagrams, reserratins, tickets, etc., apply I'' ]
suga.stcd! and recoiutueiidod--vl"., the Passenger Agent. F11I'NNb&Cot' New
Jacksonville Fla. IlV1 Cross IMiarmney. ....W'.... tat....Ycrk: ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, JacksonijUe: Florid


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HARDY, RHODODENDRONS' I K.rew's Wo......,.. 11,11 I :NEW YOKIC "

A queerly: stetted Which oocu- II
Sembler c.u_." aad Sblpped r.1'I'h..'. I pies a utttla! *f honor In the center;
V. i-, Cottage Natural H."a.-The lljkrlda.While : of the city of trr uU Komi: I Is said to Hotel
,, the hybrid rhododendronsmust I \be oiio of the .birsvxt In the world and Marlborough '
*. TITUSVILLK. FLORIDA produce the vnrUM" coloring that t.. coned/ l "the twit with the wall of a 1!

.aI la sought for from t10111 vluwt of plu.ntaI I child lu ltd voice.' says the New York Broadway :3tHh and 37th,StrroU, NEW YORK. |>.. :.
.1 first' cast the l tell lourid-
T. Open All the, Tear.' there baa been revolution of feeling Times When 400 ROOlUlI. 200 bath rooms, Lighted. entirely with electrl llthta. Con
I'dvltb and crooked note, and
aa to the use of throe plants w,thin a harsh dueled on American and EuropeAn plans. and Is managed under tbe persona }
% Good Board and AUen lon. the 1I1Ipt'I'I4t1tiOUItI1""ror\ fearing. an of the ,
extensive supervision owner.
! the last few yearn, due to the .
lit consulted with his IUlIgl'hanM.Th..ICI' '
omen E. S. tICIAMISIIA Manager .
Reasonable Rate production and successful cultivation S'S ,
I ,'nt1en\t>n held a long: confab
of collected plants of Rhododendron I .. .. .. .
and finally .tat >d that tbe boll wouldnever -- --- h -- "
;: ;
st I.. + Two doors from F. :K.: C. Railway maximum. The collecting( and shipping until n live child warnglen ; "'
sound right 1.AIICIC
i! of this plant together with thatKHODODKNDMON : :, N. Y. ;
then meltedagain
>. Station, Tltusvllla to It. The mass J 0
I, i and a live baby thrown into the --- .. '", '
... molten inotnl. The wall of agony uttered f'M ,.," .
MRS. A. J. SEMBLER, Proprietress. iI '
by the Ittti ,tot fta the bronze engulfed KIAMKSHA. LAKE,
,, I : It seemed to be 1'\'lwlllt..1 every Kiamesha Inn SULLIVAN couxrr, '
TITUSVILLK I time the. bell was tolled" and today the r
fIOKIDA. Koreanstill clams that the wall of a "
I r child run be heard In the voice of the ,1(+ +,.: .

I metal. '. r
", EUROPEAN ,PLAN r rIp.'aU1" This. "New Rookltxlgo" of the, North nestles In the mountains by the I

II ... N......... '
and V'i\,, side of a beautiful lake, 9,000 feet above sea: level
' Call for what you want, pay for what yqu get. We keep on band The liHeur vocation opened to womenIn '",

''II tbe best of food that money can buy, and feed our patrons with lAme (' s i bk I II I Berlin I Ilt that of |being| a "Rontgensinter. Exquisite; :' clime ''I ,_ No beautiful Sunrise for "breakfsal," nor Fine Scenery with Bouquet 5'i ." or R nurse specially trained for
., for "dinner" nor Mud Baths for "suppv", and a glass of salt water to wa b S treating patient with X rays, a task I I": Bowling Alleys Golf and Tennis.
'I ;' '
,1 your meal down. You get all this free. We charge for wbat you eat, no t which requires much skill and care. Jr II.J;. r'J' I y .

more. Don't confound this place with tbe "Indian River Adobe House war Most roanonabl rates.., o I' "

,1a We treat all alike, Tourists or Rlveritea. fl.IIO( per day. A bartender In fined $10 .
'II ;:!' ,',,!a't for pretending: to be a reporter. The ,''- II. R. !:HHARES ,Proprietor.,

1a C. COLI.INS. Proprietor. '!:';: barkeeper mixes drinks, the reporter !L .
\ --- -- -
I mixes facts and the fine came for mix
I JACKSONVILLE.DUYAL : ing occupations.. lUtYN NAiVIt, 1>A. .
1' BTBBIO Ie!!"""

of Kalmla latlfolln, have become an
e of considerable Importance A certain sect of free lovers seem to

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. where Industry these plants grow naturally think that the millennium will be a The BrynMawr Hotel UHYNTMAWK,
r Rhododendron minimum will stand time when we shall love our neighborsas PEN!

r r i. shade with lens injury than any other ount."lv11lnd our neighbors' wives ,

1 ., ',' species though on the other hand, it at our own.
.." jt' will thrive In sunny exposed situations
.\ < ( Absolutely Fireproof. )
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- where few other plants will\ micceed.' Irvlnir'N llucliu \V..rM .
, Plants are collected In ulsws varying
from two feet to twelve feet In height Cure scalding urine, backache rheuHmtlitm -

p novated. .Newly furnished, throughout. Liberally oonduct.d., . and us great la dlnmeter, and the result nervonnni-H", Inn of nosh, .nedl- orES JUNK TO OOTOIIKR. For term., etc, addrex,
1t 1s 1p is that. whereas n few years ago ment In the mine. renal calculi tllubete -
Rates $2.50 per day and up. r it was necexanry( to wait an Indefinite and all kidney trouble, InchuliDg 4i

1 period for the hybrid rhododendrons Ililttbt'a" disease. They am purely a aBRYN
to roucb a satisfactory height It is now LKLANI BTEKRY bfausger.
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. vetable compound .sad act directly on the
possible to produce nn immediate effect
weakened tissues| and bltiod. vcmtels of
with Rhododendron nmxlraum/ andsupplement }
the plantations with tbe tbe kidney and urinary organs Sold. at .
hybrid varieties In r 0o A 1 box by Had Cromi Thai marry :

. N. H. O'NEAL more much expensive lessened quantities and for the ._._-_,---__-_-._._.-__-_u--_,--__-.-__._ .---. ... --._ .-_"m.__..._-__-__-_...-.. _- ,_--_.- -. -..---

,.t purpose of adding to the earliness and
. length of bloom and .for coloring ef

- ARAGON HOTEL its fect.Rhododendron native growth maximum from Nova ranges!Scotia" In to HAVE YOU SEEN v

Georgia there being one or two Isolated
groups,of the plant reported' In *
- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Nova Scotia, and we understand that

It Is .open on tbe American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. one or two have been found In Maine.In .
Tbe hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put in first-clam condition. southern Rhode Island occura a
When finished It ,will be second to none in tbe city. New evatof and considerable tract and they are shipped -
new plumbing is being,; Installed. New and large sample room being added. in considerable quantities from I,
1 Rooms with bath, from May 1st to Tor. 1st, :$;J per day this source. -I THE: i:

The range In color of Rhododendron'
maximum is from pUnt white' to dark
American Gardening tbe source of

the foregoing, gtvra a list by W. Butterhach I.
American plan. Centrally, located. Just built and opened of New Jersey of wbat have!

this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water proved the twelve best hardy, hybrid > '
varieties wltb him Including tbe one '

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All illustrated: Boule de Neltce, white; f
Mme. MasHon., white with yellow WALTON BLO ? as}
street oars pass the door. Rate, $2.00: to $2.50 per day. streams; lI1cblt'1"ntert'r, scarlet;
Minnie, pink and orange spotted; Sir J
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Charles Nupler, rose; Vaubuu, mauve
and yellow blotches. a tin flower; Stella -
lilac; Sir Robert Peel, crimson; Joseph i.

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE; FLA. Wbltworth, purple; Klutteuiu, a
,JOn beautiful large crimson of fine form;

the American and European. Plan- IJrubutum, blush Quadroona. rose. .

Under new management Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant ...., Spot of .h* Currant. e.

family\ home. Rates: American Plan $:J.OO and 2.60; European, 50cts/ The fungi cauniiig. leaf spot Of .currant 17
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.H. and gooseberry are common and

W. JIANCOCK, Proprietor.The destructive to tbe foliage.! Affected, .
beautifully located Riverside Hotel?, at Green Core Springs Is under the leaves at first show. small brownish ..W :;:/
same management. spot during June or July, and by August '
the foliage begins to drop. It is
not unusual to sue bushes entirely defoliated \
PAULO BEACH. by tbla' Unease long before

frosts. Thus the plants are prevented* A NEW INVENTION. Recently Patented all' Over the World.
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL from making a complete growth or of ,
properly perfecting the fruit buds. The S
spores of these Ol eases are producedon The Walton
PABLO BEACH, FLA. the dead portions of the diseased a
leaves, on, which tbe fungi also hltwr

1 nate. Self Tackle Block.
Lacking .
MAGNIFICENTLYLOCATED. It has over( fount possible to reduce ., 0
> "
the attacks of these fungi to a great
.' + t" %
*= Ocean Front, near East Coast extent by tbe use of fungicides, applied This ioad-holding block Is made la yare t''t "

e 3 Depot. at intervals' of two or three i'' P'y Ion .shape and sires! of WOpU, IRON \

4h weeks during tbe growing season, the I I/a/' HIH! HKON/K.. Will work equally well .
(I OaAN vl1tOTL first application to be made early In ..' ';.' .1 with rupe, chain or wire rope, '
Has all Outside Room. .June. Even two or three applications
pAtlao TIAtHFIA. Sea and Sulphur Baths wilt\ materially reduce this trouble. !fa, p h. Will work at any hfgbt, upside' clown

The spray used early In the season, It : liorlz' nt"n,,*or at any angle, and "Inf' ten I
RATES: $2 per day, >$3 to $12 per week. while the fruit Is on, abould be one of I top and luck at any point. +

e the clear mixtures, so as to avoid stain- f .' P'( Invaluable for every Mod of business '

FLOURNOY FLOURNOY lug tbe 'berries. After harvest bordeaux 'a.M where a block U needed l, frequently save :." .
Owners and Proprietor mixture: may be substituted. ,
(i. tq log the labor of one man or more. : I

I OLD SEABKEEZE GOODALL, FLA. .kla rr.t..tloVtirm praylas: ; .. ', \ Nothing .like It for hanging or stretch <1
. Va.elluej* now strongly/ reAxmueud- : Ing wires. ., )l ls
ed for the protection of tbe skin when s Address all communications to tbe

!i The Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE GOODALL,, F;...- the praying.bands eyes so and Applied that face the, thoroughly well eyelid rubbed and upon overt eyebrows S, .t :t .4.r-P /: Walton Self-Locking Block Co.; : .' ;

are covered. It will throw off the r "J. (Incorporated.< Is now for the summer season, nnder the management of tbe owner, lime, salt and sulphur spray like water ::t '"
open %
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and .new, situated on' Daytqna off a duck's back. The operator ..bould.bowe".r r S :1. and Wareroom, IHi Allantlo AveiiNaar '; .

Beach, the hotel Is modern In all its appointment., with large, airy, pleasant wear gloves.Horticultural. i. d' Lowe's Wharf,. Elevated Statlou.o' .

rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keatlng's Casino and Pier. --Xoin.A ." BOSTON MASS.In .

The surf bathing is unexcelled. Terms moderate. ginseng plantation near the southeast .'" -
S HORACE. F. STEWART. ; Owner and Manager. comer of the Horticultural building '. I -: bowing the new method of reeving
= I t the the block (Inure t starts +
to triple ,
._ _-- -._ _._ _u.__ -- Is one of tbe np to date feature of f at the rope becket of the upper block, coming
I, the world's fair.EltreD1t'I a9 r down to center sheave of lower block
I : attractive are the planting t I. 111.11llaur.2 entering upper block In 1 ,
of ornamental tr.fin.* evergreens : right hand heave. Figure' 3 coming
JOB PRINTING. and roses anti the arrangement of e ;". down to lower right hard heave, figureI w .
miniature lakes and grottoes around entering upper left hand sbeave, figure r i II i vend r
the French building/ fit St. Loul. ft entering left bund heaveof lower block Git r
General MacArtbnr. Is figure/ enterlag/ centeriheaveof up. 1 $ ,
The new rrwe. per block. The lower block wants to ''Y
Executed at the office of the IntrocloC"t'dIn easily managm kind' ., fare the opposite way to upper block, In
attract popular favor. For It ,
likely to order to be able to reeve the rope In this
Is claimed the "true Christmas color manner and prevent cross Hoes. t;
... .
brighter than elttwr" Meteor or. Liberty. r --- -
W. F. )(a""ejr of North Carolina '' r '," Hample ftlock can be seen at the Ar* ,
. claims to bare eradlrated.th.. liermuda vnilsteoMceTltaallieend.tthertnre: i h ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. lily disease from bra experimental of SoI'D. Ilubbard 4: Co., Jacksonville I
1. Oelds. Call and seethed e blocks working J




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K,jt :. : 6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE rt JULY 2.9 1904.I .

/ ({; 5 ) S INSURAN E ADDITIONAL---- LOCALS.Mr. WHY Ing when Tackle USE you can Blocks OLD buy the STYLE at nearly best Self-Look-BLOCKS the same: East Coast Meat Market

. G. G. Howard, our express
Now In use In the United G. F. DUREN, Agent.
; JEWELERS agent, now baa Mr. R C. Sands of Daytona Departments..
,41 West Bay Street as his assistant.Mr. !States: ..ArDlYBnd Navy ESS
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Examine them at Pritchard & Sons, or c.'Dpt
Largest stock ID this suction of country, I \ J. F. Wooten, of.Cocoa who the ADVOCATE office. Titusvllle. -;:

Established In 1818.( ,; Liverpool l London & Globe, IJartford,. yBtna, Continental, Home, had been spending a few days 111'Jacksonville CiI2C
Send for descriptive catalogue. FIRE' Northern Assurance, PhenU, Flremaufsjfund: Pennsylvania. spent part of yesterday in Tip ............l"4-........ ->
,/ *;" ., :" .
\, tusvllle.Mr.
i,, -.-- i E. Vesey Hall 1 1.tra 1.
-THEFLORIDA TORNADO \ Continental insurance Co.', of Newyork.I W. II. McFarland of tltusville,, Fla. : -
o ... .. Is In Lancaster, N. H., today, and will
MOTOR COt 1 *:'? "<- be at White River\ Junction, Vt., next; Boat Builder. j i: a

LIFE New, York Life Insurance Co.-the great''' ,International life Insurance. Friday.Mr.. I r=; M y ,,\
t company of the world-AnaeU 352; millions.,, ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.o C'It:
Ii' ,' DAYTONA,' FLA, j;;'', > Wm. Hlndle and his assistant,, Write. for Estimates. : I'I'I!I
Carry a full line of..... Mr. George White, were doing; some :."
i AUTOMOBILES and TIKE'S: ACCIDENT \ Union Casualty Surety Co., of H.SLoufe,, Mo. tinning work: on the ADVOCATE: building I '>+++................*.

.....In stock, als I yesterday. AMr.
T. S. Sanders of Indlanola
; ;
MARINE, and STATIONARY GASC SURETY BONDS : Fidelity Deposit< Co., of Mar ,land. Proprietor E. R. Blakewood Registered DrugglM.PHARMACY .
Mr. Walter Hatter of City Point,attend t F.A. Morgan i
,' ed the dance at the Opera house on Wednesday -
0 4 11j1, DYN' MAGNETOS" Repre.ented'by !- night.Mr. .

_ BATTERIES, II. Magruder, of Oak Hill, attended RED

F+ ,}tV A 'orUZJRS!: OE't.a-.AN": ctoTITUSV1LLK. "'DO'.A.L CON, the dance at the Opera house on IT:? I

? #fr fi t SPARK COILS .' -. FLORIDA. Wednesday night, and left for Sanford ,

4 and PLUGS .... : yesterday morning.Mr. TITUaVlIJ-E, FLOHIDA.A .
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;lI E 9 nth of all kinds, and are offering 'them for THE FLORIDA' EXTRACT co. IMPROVEMENTS IN TITUS and' Mrs. P. M. Ash ton, of Stock of-
a !,' sale at... Waveland, have gone to Thomaavllle, Complete
i l i' VILLE. Ga. Our Indian River people are still PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
..OTTO 3Pn.IO3SiS.: : : .. Hereafter the Florida Extract: Co., the .
new Industry recently removed from Titnftvllle Mr. E. B. Wager has bad the old fence going away for the summer. : .1; Ixr Prescriptions Filled With the
p h They have a few bargains In to Miami by Mr. Wm. M. Brown I Ut08t Care and Promptitude.
'' will be known as tho Manetto Company. around his residence In South Tltusvtlle i Mrs J. E. Lanouette, formerly of
KNOX, This change la name was brought about t removed, and a new, ornamental wire Titusvllle, who, with her SOD, Kenneth, ; m WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

14 BUICK,, by the purchase of a large block of stock fence, with .neat looking Iron gates, has has been spending:, a'couple of month Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School l Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes,
4'' i WHITE In the Florida Extract: Company by E. Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other articles kept
; C. Kllpsteln and A. Kllpsteln who compose taken Its place. or so at Tampa with her brother, Dr. G. t by up-to-date drug stores

: ,, DEM OO V, the firm of A. Kllpsteln Co., 122 Mr. L. C. Brannlng has had a cement II. AI tree,left for her home in Bostonon t": We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

)r i'' GRANT-FERRIS: Pearl largest street chemical, New house York,and In the which United Is the walk laid In the front yard of his property Monday;; .NN.N....N.......N...NN....NN...NNNN1

; MARINE" STAN )N'ARY ENGINES. States, and Mr. Fredrick Seymour, also at the corner of Main and Palm -Mr. Otto R. Grosse, one of ou

; of New York. streets, which will make better walkingin Providence, (R. I.) subscribers, after E_ L. : 3R.P: .DZeeO.:: .,
1, ; All Kinds of .. The officers of the new company are i I wet weather.Mr. viewing several pieces of property along) ,
E. C. Kllpsteln president; A. Kllpsteln, -DEALERS IN-
I li LATHE. WORK: Wm. M. Brown treasurer 'Wm. M. Brown president of the East Coast as far as Miami, passed
vice-president; ,, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT
; 1 I 4 A Specialty. and Fredrick !Seymour: secretary. the Fort Dallas National Bank, Miami through Titusville, Tuesday, en route GROCERIES, HAY, ,
4 4J !Several: years ago Mr. VVm. M. Brown haa been having the grounds In the rear north. Ho bought the E. A. Cole placeat We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZED
Nationalluck [ .
Write for Prices and Term president of the Fort Dallas Indiana! We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all conium-
of his residence In TJtusville cleared ofa
''jk+ I "I il established the Florida ExtractCo. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. '
., at 'Tltusville. It's chief product number of trees and the old grass -Capt. P. Nelson, wife arid children, E. L., BRADY& BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
D. L. :l\cIOTLC: > JCT.III was tanolo acld.whtoh Is used In largequantities plowed out, as the lawn was not In very and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan and son, -- -- -
by the big tanneries,all over good condition. Mr. Brown will have Ro8 er; all of South Titusvllle, boarded --
the country. This acid Is extracted from
palmetto roots and takes the place of the the land fertilized and sow new grass Capt. Nelson's launch about nix o'clock tr. E. COLDSMI'I'Hpealer
tan bark In 'the. preparation of leather. seed, which be hopes will nake a better yesterday morning, and bled themselvesoff ,
It makes a batter, softer leather and )lawn than heretofore. to Dayton for week or so. They In- '

possesses bark. The many demand advantages for the. acid over was tall so; will go lo the beach. STAPLE AND FANCY HAY GRAIN FRUIT AN
great that at certain times the factory SHOT A GIRL. GROCERIES, ,
-Mr. J. L. Mobloy, the painter and PR KINDS.
III was operated night and dny. Recentlythe -
plant was removed to Miami and has Yesterday morning about 0'IO):: o'clock, paper hanger has completed the paIntIng TITUSVILLE '. FLORIDA.
been greatly Improved and equipped with of Judge A. D. Penney's house In
a boy; named Nobles shot Miss Jeannette .
convenience and appliance for facilitating
every North
Tltuavllle. The house
the work and cheapening the Norwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W" is painted INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
white with and :
green trimming*, nicely
cost of production. Norwood, of North Titusville. Both
The works give employment to a large of the above'are only about twelve yean sets oft the lawn, which the Judge keeps TITUSVILLE::! FLA.
1'i number of men and teams as well HS. a old. In perfect condition. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked:: or loose. Special attentlai
tug boat and lighters used In bringing paid sacking for Yachts or for family use, Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
1/WtIH'' palmetto routs from adjacent Islands. 4 Miss Jeannette was at the home of Mr., -Mr. O. K. Wood and daughter Miss T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
The Manetto Co. will continue the and Mrs. P. E. Puokett at the time of Addle M. Wood, prominent. residents of
Fine Liquors. Wines Beers business and operations of the Florida the and Noble that Mr.
rr JI occurrence, !says Stuart, are the recent arrivals In
/ { Ales, Stout, Etc.Send Extract Co. In the city and will turn outa Pnckett's dog was barking at him{ ; he< among COMPANY.]
line grade of tanning chemical.-Mlara West Palm Beach, and will probably TilE: SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY
me your orders! News. shot at It, and hit the girl In the thigh, spend several weeks here for the benefitof
w t TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. foot and ankle with No. 8 shot while
Mr. Browni. when seen by an their health.' Tney are staying at the
f OA.TK reporter, said that this sale of a she was sitting on the steps of the piazza. Semlnole.-Tropical Sun. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
JT. L. MOB LEY block of stock and subsquent changes in All Tltusvllle's physicians being out ,

6 officers and name of the Miami branchof of town, Postmaster F. M. Taylor-who Twenty of the boys of the Orlandofire *

TITUSVILLE, Fi.A.h the Florida Extract Co., will have no Is also a physician-volunteered his services department stopped over between Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
h Contracts for all kinds of.Painting, Kalsomtnlng effect\ on the Tltusville tannIc acid factory and removed the shots and dressed trains on Monday, en route to the Miami Paving ..."
'A i Staining Finishing and PaperHanging which business has never been the wounds. The damage; Is not serious i Fireman's Tournament Five of them \
at the most reasonable price Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Mo.28i j
consistent with good workmanship. moved from Tltusvlllc, and will continueto and Dr. B. U. Wilson, who visited Miss returned Tuesday afternoon and twelve
Jeannette his return from Jenselnys Wednesday afternoon, stopping overnight J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.
be run as.the Florida Extract Co., of upon 'i
: All Work on the East 'Coast Tltusville. she will be able to be out In abouta at Titusvllle, en route homQ. -! .-

ill We reliably Informed that the week. ____________
are hand .
la Especially Solicited. -From an English paper just to TIle Oldest Established Grain and Seed Houe.ln the State.W "
Let rue know what you want and get.my name of the Miami company Manetto, A LAUNCH RIDE. we learn that a younger brother of 'Mr.P. .
{ estimate on It. Prompt attention was coined from the words mangroveand
> G, Walton, of this place, had a narrow
1 f given. to all work' palmetto, as each of these plants, escape from drowning I while bathingin cl.::.. ... Sours: cSc Co
will be used by the new company, which Last Saturday afternoon' Mr. and Mrs. the Mersey river, near his borne In .
contain valuable chemicals used'for tanning L.W. Halle entertained a party of friends
.William Hindlo England.: He was taken with'crampa
ather. from four to six: o'clock with a 'launch ,
but was, fortunately, rescued 'just In
o' TIN the'1'1 ride on the beautiful Indian ftlver. .
COPPER AND SHEET IRON The Miami correspondent mes-
time: although Insensible
by a
I Union says: Mr. Brown Is the father of The afternoon was a delightful one, as Flour Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers'OT.
WORKER. 'rlend-Ernest Topping-who, at the ?
this Industry In this State. For several "Old Sol" hid his face behind the clouds .
the Florida Extract has early age of,15: has already saved 112 East Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
i Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. years Company and the river was perfectly calm. years, toate. Ha Bay ,
had a large plant for the manufacture of two; lives within the past yeRr.Ye unIdrstand -
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE this acid at Titusvllle, which Is still running The party was a jolly one, numbering I that Mr. Walton's brother has Agts. for furma Feed. Warehouses on tracks: of H. A. L. R'y. and Plant 5111&11.t
almost bight/ and day. Last year twelve and the following were<< those
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TANKS MADE TO ORDER. the demand for this produot was beyond present: recovered from the effects. of his mlah'ap.A .
the'' of the planf, when Mr.
IN Your Patronage la Solicited. Brown capacity and his associates purchased the Mr. and Mrs. I.. W. Halle, Mr. and PEANUT WALK.On L! 13IIIIt2U! !!! :: :: : -::. la1nfl!! !!ilJiiiiiiji8!! 3! rd ,-Ti-
COCOA, FLA. Palatka machinery and erected the Miami Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mrs. A.Y.. Buie, r
plant, which is larger than the one at Mrs. C. J. Denham, Mrs. D. B. Prltcbard earns:: FOEL P.AX.aL.
Titusvllle\ The citizens of Miami are Mrs. T. Blake Walker, Miss C. M. Pal- Wednesday evening Miss Clara I ,
that Mr. Brown stllf retains an Interest '
Stanley KitchingDealer glad In the local plant. It \said that mer, Miss Aleph Mlm and Miss Grace ilanford delightfully entertained a number I' '

in= under the new management the plant I Reid. Mr. Ed., English was In charge of of her friends In honor of her guest, Turnips-and Kuta Bagait.
will be enlarged, to enable the new company I the boat. tfrs. R. E. Brown, of Jacksonville. Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS, I to meet the demand for their out- I Sandwiches, pickles and Iced lemonade .The principal amusement of the even- Cabbage-bent varieties for Florida. Beans.

Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China put. : were served In abundance, and all votedit log being a peanut walk, which created Seed Potatoes-for fall)), N-, 4 Rose and Triumph.

and Temperance Drinks. CHURCH NOTICES. one of the most enjoyable outings of mnalderable fun. Mr. WHile DeWitt I Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.

The following brands of cigars delivered the season. being the lucky one, was awarded the I
;, at $L23: per box of 60: -
Pastor II. B. Gibbons, of the Titus- Mrlze. Refreshments consisting of Jem- i L. "I\tY'Ti1E't.OJ.\T.: Sooca.sxxxei.xaf:
Ilumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos,
Cremo, Cubanas, j'ohalnkl. ville Baptist church, will preach, morning SUPPER AND MUSIC.The made and cake was served and a very 11 t 4.East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
and evening, at LaGrange, Sunday enjoyable evening was had by all present
; Flinch Cards, 50o.; Hand Made Palmetto
_. mic Hats,,20o. next, July 31st.V Ladles' Progressive Culture Club, ifrs. Brown returned to Jacksonville, on ioIiIIoI! ry mn: -- a n-
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STUART, FLORIDA. > F. Shoemaker will preach next last Friday evening, In the Opera house, Thursday.-Green Cove Springs.
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Sunday, July 31st, In the City Point gave a supper quitea ----- -- ---- -- ------- -------

Robbins & Graham Go.Incorporated. church, rooming and evening. All are number sat down and enjoyed. Sandwiches .
e cordially invited to attend. salads Ice tea, coffee, cake, Ice '

r cream'l. etc., were liberally supplied.
L .) F./Brown will hold GLOBE
( Archdeacon B. The Indian River Band discoursed x R.
PAID UP divine St. Gabriels church J
( CAPITAL WS.OOO.OG. service at sweet music during the evening; and after -

Is This company owns Titusvllle on Sunday morning and evening the supper the floor was cleared for .S.

r X-i ..&. 3ST 3D S, next, the 31st Instant dancing which was continued for an GASOLINE if
Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at Eau hour or so.Everything. .r !
K the Indian Rivet Country;; On the St. off and M iw nit
ir} Gallle, Sunday, the 31st Inst, at 10:30a. : passed pleasantly, -
lr Lncle River; at New River and ontayBlsoayne. m.. In St. Paula church the Progressive Culture Club was richer MAR1HEEH5IHES

+ Prices to suit the times. At 7:30 p. m., be will preach' at the by the sum ol 916.60, which Is to be used it j

Send for Land List. church In Melbourne. toward forming public library. -
Epworth League devotional meetingat The Club hope, this coming winter, to f;
Offices at Titusvllle and Miami :Fla.
i' l both church the evening, topic: open reading room for the benefit of -..,
"The Cause of Education. the town. :

4 Hodgson Bros. The'ladles wish to tender a vote of J'IJC

.. I LOST HIS HORSE. thank to Mr. Winston S. Branning, whoso '=

'' EAU: OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. kindly gave the ,use of the Opera g
Marine Railway. Tuesday evening, about 6:30: o'clock, hours for the entertainment, and also THE S. B. HUBBARD COe--
Mr. Philip Robert, of Mima, was unfortunate the Indian River Band.
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. enough to lose his fine black I >

q l; .Special Facilities... hone. The horse had been sick for a CHANGE IN SCHEDULE. -..A.GmN"TSj: 5M

Cr For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing while, and was penned,In. He was aboutto "

i Yacht and Launches. take a rest on the floor, but dropped Attentioj! la called to the following Jacksonville .Florida. H.. a r

,i t Mention the ADVOOATB when writing. suddenly, striking his nook a severe change In schedule of the Clyde Steam- ...

blow on the fence. The blow broke his ship Co. 1::

a; Li :Of" OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, neck, and the horse died In a short while S. 3. Araoaboe, Friday July 20th, 5 a. m. ( WRITE o.FOR CATALOG AND PRICES. !; t
Cheap, at this office. after the accident. a Iroquois, Sunday II 31st, 7 a. m. III'



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