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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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98. NO. 34. TITUSVIL.L.E, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1OOI.S .- PRICE 50. '
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I LOCAL NEWS -Mr. M\ S. Jones, Jr., of Quay was Special Sale at Kline's, MonUaj', -Mr. F. B. Wright. of TitusvllleI MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE. AMONG THE HOTELS.

In town a day or so this week. August' 8th. i I made a brief visit to Eau Gallic, Tues -

''And Topics of General Intercut.. day. Wednesday evening, at eight o'clock, The AWVOCATB Is now on tile al all t
-Mr. and Mrs.
F.
A. and
Morgan son .
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of the bride's mother Mrs.
the home
at ,
I Ii Rosser, have returned from their visit to LADIES: TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS.at -:MUsNtllle Jones, of Live Oak, U Weir, In North Titusvllle, \Mr. L. M, the bOlt hotels In New York city. %

THE ADVOCATE, Seabreeze. unusually\ low pi'Ices. visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. :M. Dixon, fora Dawson And Miss Eu'a!: I. Weir were Where to stop along the East Count.

1.50 1.0O per" six annum months, ,In advance... -Senator N. A.. Butch, of Montbrook, at Also greatly WHITE reduced LAWN prices.SIIIKT WAISTS couple, of weeks. joined together In the holy bondsmatrimony ,'f Bee list of hotels and boarding houses

$:a.OO per an.. to foreign countries. Fla., was In town this week, Inspecting Mull orders promptly attended" to. FOrt ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING, the Rev. W. F. Shoemaker on lit and 7th pages.

Reading notice ads. are ten cents be convict camps for the State. Jui.ius KLINE, remember the ADVOOATR: office, ofllclutlng, The wedding.' was rather a Before you leave home for JlCkI)1oevme ( E,

er 110e on this page. RED AND WHITE BERMUDA ONion TItusvlllo Fla -Dr. B. R. Wilson will fill Dr. Ulakeviood's quiet one, only relatives and a few Intl. read the hotel ails on our 7th page
mate friends of the bride and
,When you subscribe for the ADVO- Sets. 93..10: \ per bushel position In the Red Crass Phar groom ao that you may know where to stay.

CATE by the year, It does not cost you 2t-8t Crenshaw Fla. and Mrs. Orlando inacy, during his vacation being present. Jos. I' Greaves of Hotel
hree cents per week, postage Included. Bros, Tampa -Capt. Quarterman, The happy pair were the recipients' of Manager ,
of Chester Shoals, were In town ft day or Fort Oriental Manhattan Beach, N" Y luaU
. TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on -Mr. J. E. Fultz, of SpruceblutT, was -Mr. W. R. Walker went to O\au11111eful aud ornl\o\entI\IIU'Iuunla. 1
- ale: at the following news-stands, at five In town the first of the week, attending so this week. Pierce oo.Tuemlay, to became, a memberof Major and Mrs L. II. Dawson.of the to be doing an excellent tourist business. !

ants per copy :. I the usual; monthly meeting bf the School -Attorney T. J. DeSteubcn, a prominent Woodmen of the world. Narrows, arrived In Tltusvllln. Woilnoa- A poputarhotel innnngur nlways'draw*
i I Tltuaville-Red Cross Pharmacy. attend the of a crowd to bin house
afternoon to marriage
Jacksonville! val.botel.. Board. resident of GosUngvllle, was In LEAVE YOUR MONEY IN TOWN. i day ,
( I In town on Monday. their son, wfio Is, chief clerk in the W.E. Proprietor Louis L. Told continues to .
Mnchlnta for loss and
!Mewing
Note date of expiration printed -Miss JeAnnette Wilson of Titusvllle, :: money
S upon Goldsmith grocery store( and a youngman the Marlborough DroadwayNew
S.8, our paper or wrapper every week. This who, has been on a pleasant visit with -County Commissioner J, R. :Mlot, (IfIndlanola. S'tine terms the walking delegates give keep
\ 8 a receipt for your money. No need Miss\ \ Mabel Berge of Adetphla, N. J., Is was among the pleasant callers you. J. R. Walker Co., Titusvllle. of sterling qualifications.. York, In the fore front of prominence.
m. or us to send receipt for 1Iubscrlptlon.he The bride who formerly reslilud at One of the marked chracteilstlcs o(
date gives It to you. now In Derby Conn. at this office on Tuesday -Remember, If you Intend /going WabnaMo, has a host of lends on Indian the houso Is Its famous rathskeller,

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red -Mr. T.,8. Sanders. of Indlanola; and -Mr. and 11rll.V.. II. Harris, of Tib- i North the Clyde agent,: Is In Tltuxvllle, Klver.Tbe which la one of the most elaborate and* e ebest

- 'ross' Pharmacy, Titusvllle. Mr. Walter Hatter of City Point attended bale, who have been stopping at Brevaid. sad he can secure your tickets and AIIVOCATN Joins their ninny oquippedplaueeof) It* kind on this '

the dance at the Opera house, N. C., have gone: ti> Ztnesvllle, 0., for berth 'Friends In wishing. the happy pair a long continent Both traveler nstl resident

-Mr. 1*. W. Blair of Merritt, was a Titusvllle, on Wednesday) night. the summer. -Miss Pattie Howes. one of Oak Hill'smost life of connubial bliss wad prosperity :New Yorkers look upon the rathskeller h
iller at this office on Monday.Mr. .
-Mrs. E. J, Blair, of Merrltt, who has popular' young ladles, ls In town, andMnrtborough' restaurant a* models 1,
T. N. Decker has returned from. -Mr.: Edward Knox who has been on. been on a live weeks' visit with Mends visiting; Mr. and Mrs. T. doses, of IN FAVOR' OF GOOD ROADS.. which onunot bo Improved upon 1
a month's vocation In Georgia and Alabama f
III visit of a month or so la Panumylva- at Welaka and Atlantic Reach has returned North Titusvllle. While ,the guests of the Mount Washngtnn .
la and 2few York states. returned to town on Sunday 11. :S.: Department Agriculture. )l
home.
night and Is again holding the position NEW CHOP CREOLE ONION SEED, Washington, I). C, July !m. }( : and Mount Pleasant hotels at .

JED AND WHITE BERMUDA ON. of chief clerk in the store of K. 1,. Brady -Mrs. W. N. Ilendry of Fort Pierce 24-8t Cienshaw llros Tampa, Fla. Kilt' ton Kntt Cixmt Aili'ofutt" !iretton Woods, N. It, were at breakfast

Ion Sets. (:I.S0 per bushel. and Bro.MALLORY. has been In town this weee, enjoying, a Judge M. S Jones Gen. Thursday morning, July 91, and reading i
Attorney have "read with In.
Dear 8lr-I great
4-8t Crenshaw Bros. Tampa Fla. of the weltering boat lit the cities,
visit with her daughter Mrs. A, D. Penney
M. Bobbins and Judge' I D.>> L. Oaulden
LINE TICKET FOR SALE trreat the editorial on good roads, pub they had only to glance out the window
of North Titusvllle.Mr. .
ONLY ONE" Fernandlna to New York and Return have been In Jacksonville this week, at. lashed In your newsy paper of July iiind.: to see a genuine snowstorm. At 8:15: a. <

tin More weekof the COST Price Sale for First-Class. Cheap. Apply at the R. K, Mlins, Sugerlntendent of tending to law matters.Mr. I[ assure you I appreciate very highly the m., snow began, to fall and continued ten

Cash at the "Big Brick Store." Come ADVOCATE: office Titusvllle.M Public Instruction, was In attendance at Wm. M. Brown, president of favorable facts mentioned In that editorlal minutes. Although It Is not uncommon ..

early. J. R. Walker Co., Tltusvllle. -: L..1. Morey formerly an employs the monthly meeting! of Brevard School the Fort Dallas National Hank, Miami and I heartily,congratulate. you upon for the peaks of the mountains to be

- -Mr. Robt. L. Motlow baa returned to In the grocery store of W. E. Board the,first of the week. has been having a new tank erected,l at the interest which you take. 'in this great white even In midsummer, this Is one of I!'

1 own, after spending a couple of months Goldsmith, Tituivllle, but now with a -Miss Pearl Stewart, one of Tltus- his. residence on Julia. street Titusvllle. cause. the few time In the recollection of tl! a t

r so with his wife and family at Mul- general merchandise store In Leesburg, vlllo's bright and energetic young ladles, GENTS FURNISHINGS. It U most likely that the beneficial present generation when a snow fall has i

erry and Winchester, Tenn. Fla., arrived In town on Thursday last, now occupies a position In the ADVOCATE Anything yon want from a Bannister effects! which will come .from. building visited the ..lIeylo July.
of roads In Florida
-Mrs. Margaret Goode of Melbourne, to spent a week with his sister, Mrs. D. office where she Is learning the Shoe to a collar button. All new up- up will a add good more system to Its population during The Hotel Asplnwsll Lenox Mass., '

as gone to Hendersonvllle N. C., to B. Clark. % printing art to-date styles and pattern No ancients the next 20 years than has been added managed MO ably by Mr. O, D. Seavey..

pend the balance of the summer. Quite SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND WHAT WE DO, WE DO DO. In our stock. J. R. Walker & In aO(> yean before. of Magnolia: Springs, Fla., certainly bun

number o( East Coast people have ,orders for Hardware, Building Material All Dry Goods at Cost, everything Co., Titusvllle, Fla. Yours rrspootfully, one of the most charmingly picturesque|

one to Uendersoavllle and Asbevllle Etc., to The Geo. II. Feinald under this head !goes, no exception. -Dr. Blakewood and Mr. J. A. Col. MAitn.x' D'JltlllC, locations possible. Tbe natural beautyof

28?, I this summer Hardware Co.? Sanford, Fla. You know the prices are cost when line, of this place expect. to leave todayfor Director Its situation has been- carefully pre-

-Mr. W. R. Sanders and son, Mr C. -Col. J. Frank Build, niece and you hear them. J. R. Walker & Co. Indian Springs and Tall ulah Fall, served pnd onobanceil. The whole house
and all Its environs permeated with
are
- B. Sanders, of Indlanola, spent Monday nephew, panned through: here Tuesday, -A little stranger made Its appearance Oa., and the mountains of North Carolina : A SURPRISE PARTY. the faint, sweet odor of the pine trees. ,

iin town having come np In their launch. en route to tort Pierce The Colonel, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. It. J. on a vacation. stirred all they are by the soft balmy air '

ilr. Sanders came up to set his daughter, acoompanlel by his nephew' went as far Herndon In Titusvllle, at :U J a m. Satur -c-County Commissioners J. C. Jones Quite a number of the friend. of the in peculiar to the Berkshires, and thin i1

tllss Alice who has been in attendanceat as Jacksonville, to( meet bin niece, who day. The event Incapacitated Mr Hern- J. F. Boll, R. A. Conkllng and J. It. Misses ZADille Kate and Frankie Stew element la the atmosphere means much 1

the Summer Normal during the past had been on a shot visit to her come In dim, the Ice man, for work for several Mlot, were la town thU week, attending art gave them .a surprise party at the for. the health of the guests. Mr,.Seavey'a

0. four weeks. Philadelphia.Mr. days However, he Is now attending to the usual monthly meeting of Brevard residence of their parent., !Mr, and Mrs. reputation made years ago ,for gall ;

. -Mr. A. O. Lapham, a prominent resident Chan. L Myers, manager; P. it O. his duties County Commissioners. A. A. Stewart In South Titusvllle on man'llenunt-the quintessence of all

of Cocoa, was a pleasant visitor S S. Co, arrived from Jacksonville\ via -Mrs. L. B. Chatfleld, of New Haven -Mrs. Harry Wilson will entertain the Tuesday and evening.Games music. the that Is excellent, quiet, dainty-exceed*
occupied even
to town last Friday. Mr. Lapham is Tampa. Wednesday, per steamer Miami Conn., who" owns a beautiful orange Progrestlve Culture Club next Monday until 10 o'clock past records In It. consummation this

:rS about to bay a tract of 100 acres of en route to Havana on a few days' business grove, and winter home at Rockledge, Is afternoon August 8tb, at b"-borne m Inll when very pleasantly which hail been rear. 'flueAtpiowallismore luxuriously'

land west of Cocoa which be will have visit. He will return to ,our city, now enjoying a visit with her mother Hopkins Street. All members are cordially represhments the la the comfortable and beautiful, than ever thin

fenced for, keeping his cattle In. It Monday evening, on the steamer Martinique Mrs. Brock, of Brecksvllle 0 where Invited to be present.CHILKOAT provided served by after gentlemen which they wended party, season, and old guests will be sure to I

'elll, would be a pond move If other. cattle and remain two dayn.-Key WestAdvertiser the expects to stay a couple of monthsor I were bring<< new ones to enjoy Its attractions..
: RKFRIHKRATtillS. their way to their respective' home., having
owners did likewise.FURNITURE .
The ADVOCATE follows.
so. Just the article you need. Come and spent a very enjoyable, \ evening. LATE GOVERNOR OF THE "
t FURNITURE II! WHITE"ROSE: CREAM! the finest and
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select Pi'Ices r
WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call one. on application.J.
Full line to select from ; :New and Up best preparation for ihe C mplulon.For upon the Tlti stills Livery, at rear ofRobblnll' R. Walker Co., Titusvllle.Mr. SUMMER NORMAL BAHAMAS.The f
to-date need. hands Sunburn Tan and i
patters. Anything you Chapped -,
law office, for a stylish, up- E. L. leave
-- Brady expects to for from the Nassau
Skin. following
of the
We pay the freight. all Roughness: Prepared by
to-date rig. Leave order for The Summer Normal still continues
J. R. Walker & Co., Titusvllle. J. D. Csrruthers Co Titusville. 25c.Mr. ; your Hendersonvllle N. C'.t next week, to Jolu of Guardian refers to genlenten/ .. known
all kinds of double and single hauling. Titusvllle and there Is ov statement
his daughters Mrs. F. M. Wooten and! to many residents of the East Coast especially
!Miss Ethel Wilson who baa been Feed and sale stable a specialty teachers In It. proceedlngs|:i"tnong the
C. N. Patterson, a wellknownand Miss Daisy Brady, who are at the Impe- at Palm Beach and MUftilr, !
'pending several weeks In Jacksonville popular commercial traveler, of J. M. OSUAIT! Titusvllle Fla. lal hotel. After stay of some week., teachers Mr. J. K. 1'omeroy of Fort We are Informed that Ills. Eioellenof

Ith her brother and sister-in-law, unexpectedly Baltimore, was In town Tuesday, en -Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stewart, of this :Vr. Brady and Miss Daisy will leave for Pierce, Joined the merry crowd of teachers he Administrator has heard by oabl.
returned to Titusvllle on Tue.- route to various places along the East the World's Fair at St. Louts. on Monday. 'I'hs School still incharge '
place, who have been on a pleasure trip : gram from the Secretary of State for
lay, accompanied by Mrs. J. P. Wilson. Coast as far as West Palm Beach and of Prof. J. D. Teeter who Is as' !
of a month or two at Indian Springs, -Mr. James Alexander DeLand's the Colonies, London England of the
11. Ethel is keeping house for Patterson's II listed by Miss Hattie Csrpenter of Cooanut > I
now Miami Mr. family have
Tallulah Falls and other places In Georgia well-known unfortunate appointment of Sir Gilbert 'r. Carter,
her father Dr. B. R. Wilson who has gone to the Blue Kidgn mountains of have returned home much benefit. I enough to be attorney stung by was.a wasp on the Grove. C. C. M. G., to the governorship of ,
been his wife and family -
since
boarding Pennsylvania for the summer.Dr. ted by their outing-the first In great ball of the eye yesterday afternoon. The rbadoe. We tender our hearty con 1 I 1
For Mule.
went off on a vacation.Mr. Flue Property
F. H. Uoughton still remains In many years. Tbelr many friends were pain was most excruciating: and Mr. gratulatlon to our tx-Governor upon the

John Wldeman, represent- Titusville on board the Dentos, where pleased to see them In Titusvllle again. Alexander bad to call upon Dr. B. R. promotion be ha received since 'jeavlngbis It

ng the Florida University, Lake City, he Is doing a rushing business. For 27 Wilson for relief. Mr. Alexander says Two nice cottages adjoining each Colony rfaylast. The sxperfenoe r
Hindle the and '
fin. the callerst -Mr. Wm. plumber other la North Titusvllle, with an acre by Sir Gilbert In the form of Oov-
waa among pleasant years Dr Houghtoo has catered to the his eye Is much better this morning.( gained
tinner, of Cocoa, who came to Titusvllle of hammock and five! acre of rich muck:
thla office on Tuesday,and spoke very! dental necessities of the people along eroment existing In tbl* Colony will
of the col- to spend one month, has been here nine and(, suitable for truck farm. Good doubtless useful to him In Uarbit.da .
Igbly of the new president the East Coast of Florida, and big conscientious Orange Grove For Hale. prove
and his work around Is not
>ge, Dr. Andrew Sledd, who comes tube treatment of bis patrons has weeks, town river front. The larger cottage b... three which. Is one of the few Colonies
finished. Mr. Hlndie and bis assistant I -
University with the highest creden- been such Insures him a hearty greeting yet e sleeping rooms soil I a servant's room up. beside the Bahamas j having representative
Mr. George White, have been placing Within four miles of Tituivllle and alialfmile lairs sod sitting room dining
Isle as an educator and Christian gentle- by the citizens along the coast wLere- ; a parlor, government. The salary of the
nan. Mr. Wideman Informed us that ever be stays. The route of his floating patent galvanized tops on the chimneys of Him station;; 10 acres of room and kltcblng below. The adjolrr Governor Is J.J:: OO.
over the ADVOCATE:office and other Hearing Orange Grove; nice 7-Room has two sleeping" room. aDder..Dt'a ;
Dr. Sled Is an A. B. and M. A. of Ran dental office-the Dentos-Includes the log cottage -
buildings In town this week, as well as 'Cottage/ ; shell public road to Tltosvllle. In second story, anilIttlng
room
lolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va.; an prominent towns from Ormond to Miami To Orange Growera.
V. M. of Harford, and a Ph. D. of Yale, the metropolis of Dade county. Dr. repairing roofs and gutters. A real snap.Apply room, dialog rown and kltchlngwlow. 1
to D. L. GAl'f.DEV: Agent, Large brick cisterns. to both
nd that he has had considerable e peri- Houghton baa Just been elected a mem- 1''lyere.FURNITURE Under our plan we can save yoa money 4
In both and school Club. tf Titusvllle. Fla. bou.... Adapted for a nice winter with the beet p
nce college; public ber of the Daytona Automobile on your CITRUS TREKS ,

*ork. We wish Dr. Shedd e.eryeu foxes tome. reputation behind them, M guarantee 1 ,"
Orange Wrap and Nail*.
ess In bla new office. For Sale On Indian there DRY GOODS SHOES. Apply to (}to.; }C. KOIIIIIMS, of their being true to name, np to .(xe, 4''

New MaUl nil:.just received, 13c up. Vest ----1 Titusvllle\ Fla. and clean. healthy and well rooted. '

Mare For Sale. Poultry Plant for 1.<)XMI bens, and 10- Pocket Dictionaries, iVo and &Ve. Ladies The East Coast Lumber and Supply Our trees are grown on high, pine

completely Furnished Cottage, Point De Venice Lace Collars. Company are prepared furnish the To World Fair Visitors and, aDd are suitable for transplanting

A One mare; a beautiful and splendid room near four Urge hotels. Good Fall trade.t.toO.OO Black Ind. Llnon .sheer 10 and 12JcU. above material and deliver at all points into any kind of soil. We have over

river to ba}ggy or wagon. Perfectly : per year. SHIRTING PRINTS Special Monday aDd will be pleased to quote price. Weba.e Seeking': accommodations, Altamont lOO.nOO( ) bud In stock, and will give you

ound la every way and absolutely safeor St Brain, Merrltt Fla. 51", worth 6CRA. -'"* only F1RST-CLASS stock. eights Tenting/ grounds, !51*) feet west a liberal discount on orders for fall y

lady or child to handle and drive.E. .. A. OAMDJOSB.: : TUusvllle, Fla. Address Eau: Gallle" Fla.. eow-2t of World' Fair entrance offer. an Ideal planting. There I I. nothing so good as

C. JOHSSOJC:! Stoves >and Itangen. stopping, place; near all steam and electric our CONNER'S PROLIFIC' GRAPE-
Cocoa, Fla. t Are You tJolnjf North ? Dra7lng. car., delightfully: shaded elevation, FRUIT.

Just received a carload of O. K. I no dad,DO noise, rellshable meals served, Write for our Yew Catalogue, which

Cleaning and l're !lloK'. Stoves and Ranges. Now !la your time Do not fall to get your tickets via the Draying or hauling of all t lads prompt- good, clean bed, In bouse and tents, white ready for delivery early In June

Call ande to buy. For price., etc., apply to popular Clyde Line, from the agent, ly attended to. Meeu all trains. Stove large parties can be accommodate TlIB OCKLAWAHA NCBflKHIBM: ,
All work done up-to-date. JAOCr.IJ PBITCIIAKD A So:*. C, U. WAI/TOT, wood for sale at all times.E. Ilolden A Co.. Financial Agent, 1023 (0. W. Conner, Proprietor,)
me. Andrew Gibson, at the, Parlor St. Louis Mo. 23-51 I U Tangerine' Fl&.
Titusvllle Fla. TltusvllU, FJa.k ". H. HoLTE::! TllUiVlJl. Chemical Building! .
'arbor !Shop, on Washington" avenue. 2

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a Free and clear water Tbe mod Is tbe cream of A JAPANESE LEGEND.. To an angleworm all the earth 1 III GENERAL-DIRECTORY. .

the soil. W. cannot afford to lose any goods!\ for la a place to make hole inTo U.II. SENATORS.J.P.Tallaferro .
Accepted Masons it. If tile toil la broken the Orlsrln of ln .et 11'...
'i of deeply; a Straus some men all It is good for In a ,.. Ja...Fanudle
water will soak down out of the way Onlrr, IllraeJI. place to make money In. S.R..' :
when an excess falls.. The same condition Ijifcftdlo Hearu! gives a curious tradition U. 8, CONGRESSMEN.Robert .

i will enable the water to comeback about u .strange; liiiwct which Is W. Davie. .. Halatita.
C' Indian r: No. 90 iI I Uncle Sum has enough warships In S. M. Hparkman. ... Tiim,
.d I by capillary action and root found only In Illiiiejl. u pretty little annihilate that Wm. H. Lamar,. Mootlueuo.. (,*:
the Mediterranean to
River TltusrllleFlorida. : pumping when needed. town near the center of Japan. It U. S. LANU OFFICE.

I W0 know tbat It Is bard to convince seem there once lived u rich noble lu Morocco bandit; but tbe brigand II nut .I H.S.lrnbb.... negate

Lodge. many farmers that deep' level plowingwill a castle ou the outskirts of the town taking water. i W. O. Robinson,at.OalneivTlle.. ;'Florida.FLORIDA .Kwv'nlVOttlcee ':

'1,, Hold Its meeting"the teoonct and fourth FriUf control all tne rain water but we who was .fuuious for the uwKulilcence LEGISLATURE

Hotel.of Titus each month-tile, at a 7180* their o'clock room p. m.I Indian. River have Been It done so often that we do of LU dishes! among \\'hh'l1yel'e ten Tbe Lord often shown his contempt C. N.' Dlmlok,Palm Beaoh. Senator

,I 1'' jI T. H. Hattdent, Worshipful Maxtor. not hesitate to say It can be done. Try priceless: bowls of sued gold. In his for wealth by the character of tbe people W. II.Jones, Titusvtlle.Repreeentattve..

h' F. A. Morgan Senior Warde. fifteen inches of soil and see. Keep employ was a iuuM\ .i'rvaut. of good to whom he (fives It. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.:
M. B.SenuJunior Warden.
I. your rainfall; you will need It all. family whose name was O-Klku. to Wm. .leaning,.. Governor
4 M. Dixon Tnsnrer.J. f H.Cla j Crawford...........Secretary state t
K. Walker; Honretary.J. wboui was lutrtiMted the cure of the J W.t1 Prune Wafers.Are w. V. .. Treasure'
..0.M.: Black Taylor' ;Chaplain.r. Senior l I Deaoon.. A al... CoMamcre* !......? precious plate but to her great despair I California James H. Whitfleld,.. .. ... .Public Attomej.(;ienom,:

R.H. Mlinn.. Junior Deaoon.C. If every traveling .man from the one day one of the "old'tlilihell was made from tbe fresh California 11.W.E.N.McDn Shnts..Supt....... .Commissioner AKrlmaltll.Instruction..'

tI A.. A II., Htawart Walton, Henlnr Junior 8 Stew to wart rd.. south would call for rice whenever be mlxHlng. Hbe searched diligently In Fruit used all over the land to cool] and Along. C. Croom.Faster...... .. ..... ....Comptroller.' ,
P. W.Robertii, Trier.IT. at hotel be would not In- refresh the stomach and Intestines and J.Cl I fTordU. AdjntantflvneralJohn :
: : tops a new vain mid, not know lug how to prove Bradford.,.Burve)oreneral..
.M. Wooten. Marshal.lOBDER.Or- crease his own expenses and at tbe her Innocence. In' ber despair/ drowned I. to; I keep .the bowels active. The most R.JI.Roo..L: Office:... .at.;Tallabaa_..Florida.State (demist.

STAR. same time would assist In building up herself In n well, but her ghost; returned r w delicate Invalid can take these wafer for,0D.UpaLlon SUPREME COURT JUDGES
EASTERN:
rl an industry which would bring mullions nightly to tile slot) and 1 could 1.Ie'bearu -A prominent souinern 'BUY.- Indigestion and all liver M. H. .
rustic
i Friendship Chapter, No. 11, holdsIn Ita meettnlll of dollars to the coast country, *
II counting tbe dished slowly with !sobs Mrs. Blanchard of Nashville F. Carter .Aatclate.luetiae.
the Manrmlo fridge; room, Tittisvllle, on the and bowel troubles without fear of grip ,
I Tuedaj. >* In each month at 7':30 remarks Farm and ICanch. "Icbl-mal. nl-mai, Man-ami, yo-uum1. go. but B.F.Taylor
i ymTbe following are'' the oflloer of the Tenn., tells how she was curedof I ng or pain. They act gently surely RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS '
Chapter uul.) roku-mul shlcbl-ual, liachl-uial, ttlroulate digestion and hasten the pew
i Roet on Cotton. nli& backache dizziness painfuland Jefferson B. Browne, chairman... .. Key W'.t,,
Mn.M. Borimeeonr, W.M. ku-iiml, up to / when there would lage and absorption of food refreshing R. Hudson Burr. Itlvet. ,
', K. A.: .lf'tew.: F.Minn Barnyard manure liberally applied follow loud wullliig cry. und the uncanny irregular periods by the use the;: whole body. 100 wafers. 23 cents J. M. Bryan..... ... ... ... .. ...... Klsslimim
I li ; As.oclat. .M and kalnit at the rate of 2DO pounds an count began, over again. At last Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusville, Fla. K.C. Iunnclerk. .. ...... ;\ ..., i
Mn H. R. Wilson, Secretary Tallahassee. '
of Lydia E..Pinkham's Vegetable Headquarter and offices at !nla.] I
,m John M.Dixon: Treasurer.MlM acre) both practically prevented rust on tbe unenKy"" wpirlt, panned Into the bodyof .
Kate Stewart, CdndtiotrMii cotton In teats made by E. IL Loyd of Compound. CIRCUIT COURT ;,
an lancet, whose bead somewhat
Mn.J. Kline, AMoclHte,. Con re-
4 Minor S.Jones,Tltnville,.Circuit. <
Jurtm,
i, ; i 5 Mr.J. R. Walk, Ruth. Mississippi. At the same time un- HUlL I.. -,, II''ghost with long tousled DE"'. MRA. PINKHAM. Gratitude J.I.II..gjrl.| Orlando.Prosecuting Attorney: \

,'r t'' Mn Mr*..J.0.tw... W Carruthftrs Hoohle,,Ada.Martha. manured plots of cotton and those on hair, and lu that part of Japan It Is compels me to acknowledge tbe great FEMALE Spring Term-Fourth Monday In March
I 1 r which cottonseed meal and acid phos- merit Vegetable Compound. I Fall ririn-Fourth.Monday October |
Mr.. Oeo. M. Bobbins, Esther.Mn. considered unlucky to cultivate the
,+, V. A. Morgan,:Manual. phate were used rusted badly. have suffered for four years with Irregular WEAKNESS I BREVAHD COliATY! COURT.( i
chrysanthemum the girl's
us
? I MI.* Aleph Minis Kleota.; name and painful, menstruation also A.D. Penney... ....:...County Jmln,; ,
1,} C. H. Walton Warder T 0-Kikn, means chrysanthemum dizziness, pnia in the back and lower Ml 1-1 Vo..s St. D. L.Oaulden...... .. Prosecuting Attnrnn
Mn.T.T. Wetmnre, Snnttnel. Altitude and T.r.t.>.
,....... .... Cleii
POayt.rD A.A..Ste..r&
County
A1 AtAiicm. Oct. 17.1902. : "
+ limbs and fitful I dreaded the
J. L.Carrntben,Chaplain.lU sleepy
Commenting upon the fruit prospectsIn I consider Wine; > of Oardui; superior Spring vein-Second :Monday In May
ottin Trod* la 15OO. time to come which would only mean to nit' ,: doctor'. medicine I ever used Summer Term-Second Monday In August,
il eastern New York the Country Some Idea of the miscellaneous I trade suffering to me. and I know whereof I ..pe.1 *...- Fall Term-Second Monday In NovolII""" '.
Gentleman says a lesson taught again carried on by n Scottish merchant In It Better health l 18 all I wanted and ..ra.1 for nice month with auppre.e.dmenaruat'on Winter Term Second Monday In February.

riAlLlN tfOI\ by the experience of this exceptional 15110 may be formed when It Is stated cure It .possible." Lydia E. trated m*. Pain wh.ch would shoot. trough. COUNTY: SCHOOL BOARD.
)
winter is the desirability of placing Darl4 Weddvrlmrue exported liam's Vegetable my back: and aide and I would have B.E. Mima, Superintendent.......Bonaventnn
.p ct orchards. In the northern states as lha brought me health and ha Pink-I blinding headaohas. M would Memberat J M. Dixon chairman Tltimvllki;
.
heel
j wheat to Spain herring to France, swell nr and I would so weak: I R.N.AndrewsCoaoa1J.30; bultzSprucebiuLCOUNTY !
: oI\ much as possible on elevated ground. powder to Reuse nnd Hordenux., salmon a few short month. I feel like maid not stand op. I naturally ..1.'
I II' away from sheltered valleys the dlf- person now. My aches and pains have pct for I...met! to b* beyond COMMISSIONERS!
to Flanders, cloth to :Norway und the help .,. R. chairman Tltuevllle
left me. Life seems new and sweet tome i of phyilelann, but Wine of Walker ; John R,
"woffln beddltt cloth" to Sweden. In and Canlui came a. a 6o ra> everything seems pleasantand fret. a chang- for the better within C. Jones, (, I J. f. (tell, White City Regular
i .MSlNESSDRAINING exchange for these he Imported: wines, easy. I ....ar. After nineteen day treatment session are bell l nrt Monday III each muntn.
"Clarlt. Burdeuux Alngant. MuskednlHH "Six bottles brought me health, and I menstruated without autferinK the
; ",",D'.. 1 usually did and became BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS
soon
I'!+ I-\t'\' X iatrr MAm.rRN AA nnd qubyt wine." from France und was worth more than months under regular and without pain. Wine of A.D. Penney,Tltusvllle;. ... ..County Jmlge ,
!\!
' _- Braln.lpel>l mid unzeons" from Flanders the doctor' care which really did not Cardul 1a I simply wond..rula..d I wUh l>. L. Oeu.den Tlrimvlhu;. 1'ros AU,.
benefit mi at alL I am satisfied thereis tnat all uttering women knew .( its A.A.. Stewart, Tltuivllle, ....County fI.rk.
'' aAmu, of 'a".I lint from Norway and Hwt.den. no medicine so good for sick women good qusUtlee.ry J. ... .Ooo..,.. Tux "......,.
I foaeAW silk velvet vlmicre, "oly dol)'" (olive E. W. Hall,Titnevilie..Tax., rolln'tnt
as Vegetable Compound and I r Tltiiivllie ... ...
1K your : -J.u John Henry Treasurer.R. .
oil) from France, "pentlt broils owl'r.I I! advocate It to my lady friends In needof ..... rt",. K.!: Mima, Bonavei ture . Bitpt l''ib.lnr6'
G! gllt" (pictures from Holland. sill medical help."-MRS. B. A. LA.JI'- Treasurer Portland Bjonomlo League J, (>. Frln, Tl imvllle. . County Surveyor
J.Y. Brown Tltnsvllle. .... Slmrllf.
V'LLKY "grew grain." confectionery .and CHARD, 433 Broad St., Nashville Tenn. W. 8. Norwood, Tlhvville..lteriatrntlon Officer j
>
..1 HILLSIDE AMI T&KJ &BATVBL "sucher ,ca ndee" from ..1nnl1ertl."murnlblade" tSOOO forfeit If cr7naof atowmim attar peag Periodical heaJhches tell .of female -
fereuce In result being notable at ,. M cannot N frotue/ **. TITUSVIU.K TOWN COUXC1L .
very from and \ Wine
Spain countless weiiKiiPH of Cardui n. A, Frnst.: inavort, Van t orl).v tiiHrohnl ant, 1
the present time lu the Hudson river other commodities Intended rather cure periuuuently nineteen out of tax uollnctor: It. h.. \111,1.., jr., ululk nml I...... I
3tJt&. region. llllltoptt seem bleak and for the upper classed' than for the rsiUNEYANDeq TAR every twenty canes of irregular; urer) John Henry, tax ..m-eixiiirj; .1. R. Walker I
\ windy, but on still nights the ther- ,A I menses, boiirinx down pains III'.kmrKuii! A.Hru.ly, 1'.J HehsndI.L.Carr"thnre. .
taX'Q4AaMtttt: Mlyt \ (raftsmen.-Scottish: Itevlew t". and b. or omincilniun 'the council manesttntTuoaday |
rue cough .lta..lt. emnlu, wcukneug. If
mometer often records. a considerablylower uny you are I In Mach month.

temperature In the adjoining HiicouriMftjd and doctors) have : I TITSV1LLII' BOARD OF TRADE

valleys. And then It Is to be remembered failed; that is the beat reason in I Gl.h"'reehlrllt.I.. ht. Dlx"". tnurer -... 1
? THE SOIL. that the richer .on..nd warmer the world you should try Wine of J. G. Beet secretary. ",....t. ..,.mill, U einesday ,\- 1
Cardui now. Remember that night In each month at their rooms.MISSINGWORD .
exposure of tile valley keep up succulent !- a headaches
II j mean female weakness.
& tmari-mmlnit Attention Olvou to ThUi
growth of the trees later In autumn ." Fecure
Future-a.a.a.ad Metbode.We 1. a $1.00 bottle of Wine of
the wood ripening less perfectlyand f Cnrdui to<.lay.
get many letter luillcutliitf inter. at .
thud fulling more easny a prey to
est lu farm 0 nil nit 140. W41 are pleuiioa '. "
i a tile effects>of great cold. ti
to note the lucruuxlug appreclutlou( of 1\
Its Importance. No Boll can do ;1U full -+- a

work until It In well dm hied. Tbla Is ROOT GROWTH. Vi I Ii E ..oF

true of upland, a* well its! bottoms (
aays Dr. Iliinnlvutt In Houtturu Cultivators ODe Result of Shallow Irrl..tle>n SEEDS

Tukliig the surface water:: off In and laauMtrlent Cultivation. 1 D.aerve your confidence. -

.p'' not all of draluuye. It U. simply tbe A useful hint nddn>HH(>d to Irrigation I.. c'R'pIold Theyhaveneverfailedwon't
I' farmers by I'rofoMxor U. II. Forbes of ,,' fall now.
tieglrinlntr. The Hull IUHH!* to be In such sold by all d.alera

q rnndltloti that- nil' uiirnlimvntpr- will Arizona.. has. an interest over and 1504 geed Aonoal
'w ;' l-ondlly run off 0-;, whet In much better, a Dove its original application to alkalitroubles postpaid, free.D.M. .

I ink dow below where we are culti It Is an instance valuable to .FERRY L 00a !
voting farmers. everywhere, of the Influence of ]FOLEY5fiONEYANDTARe. Detroit, Mloh.

- Ii lIar plln prevents this. Hence one shallow wetting- and Insufficient cultivation _v......-._- al rover t. P we umeP _' I I ..

important step In the drainage <$ upland of the soil: -- --
;y R Is to break tbe burdpun wbere It In the orchard Irrigation practice of '4r' .

r( t I; bus formed and to 'prevent Its formation .' southern A Arizona according to Professor CONTEST.

yi I + !In fresh bind and Its reformation Forbes .summer waters, scant --- --- --
where once broken. \Vlieu the water lu quantity are rushed hurriedly DR. HOUGHTON AND HIS

p I cannot get away It tills the pores of through shallow furrows over the the area __u__FLOATING__ ___hhL DENTAL OFFICE, 101 PRIZES offered for.
to be irrigated wetting/ only sur
the moll and prevents the air from cir .
i I culating. Thin prevents drntlon. Very face layers of soil. Under such conditions 'the correct solution.
-
many fhu} that It pays to go to trouble ulIl'ultlvattree rows and With his com .
I ridges and Insutttclvntly( cultivated sur-
and expense of laying tile drains to assist -
c, In the thorough drainage of the fiictw in general lose by evaporation n "'"'-" 1 Tropical Manufacturing Co.. manufacturers of the great health
oil. large part of the water applied in Irri petent ssist- .. .... Drink METTO will pay all The contest open to

!gating. But the alkali follows the soil All. Its free to You
Wbere tbe pores are kept open and
the air can circulate freely oration water In Its movements either up or ant Dr. L. F.BLALOCk .

down. Ai ,the soil water through K1RST PRIZE.To .
becomes and -
very: active large quantities
or locked up plaot food become capillary action comes to the surface tbe first one sending In the correct anwerw'e| wllll give a (beautiful JIfo

soluble and available. Soil which was nd evaporates the soluble salts lire. size picture ID gilt frame entl tle
very poor and unproductive becomes Will soon. go This picture U symbolical of Motto the great health drink
which, benefit all and contain no dope or harmful drug..
1(. rich.
I / very To the next 5. . . .? . . . . . . $1.00 each
t Drainage does not mean drying the South for i u.. 8. . . . . . . .'.1 quart Metto each
1 .-oil to any hurtful extent. On the con. ,. .. 20... . . . . . . 1-2 pint Metto each
trary well ventilatedsoli will supply "
Down River 70..I Metto Ticket each
moisture jts needed much better than _

.solid which are not properly drained. IT'S...'........YOU I :

3 When the water cannot move readily<< Points. PEOPLE... ...KNOW A GOOD.........WHEN THEY.. ...IT ARE
It puddles the oil, and then the nun '
+, aud winds bake It very bnrd. In this :> :e: l fQ USERS OP. ........IN.........GOOD.. ... .SUMMER........,.

way capillary action Is hindered. When ___'_h_ __ ___ __ __ __ _

1g a dry spell comes and water Is needed A SHALLOW BOOT SYSTEM Cut out this Coupon till In the blank I

t {' In large quantities It cannot .be fur- left at or near the top of the ground. pace*, ono word to each,blank apace NAME................. .... ... .oo !

Dished, and crops are greatly injured. But a shallow wetting of the soil V'' *o Stopping at the whole to make an ipproprluM sea

If we try to remedy the evil by breakIng lends to the development of tree and the tence advertising TROFICAI.Hetto MTO.and CO.,mall to P.O... ...................................

+ when In this condition the soil does plant roots near the surface for plant 14 W est Adam.

r ti hot crumble or pulverize, but comes up I roots also must. develop best where Rockledgeand Jacksonville, Street. 'Florida County....................State ... .......

In hard lumps. All the capillary tubes requisite amounts of water are nccesa- -

are destroyed, and great damage Is Ible. As a result of shallow Irrigationand Remember the first 101 correct answers received gets the pilzvs. 'Sent la

done Insufficient cultivation orange Cocoa your answers at once to the

+ On bottom lands we drain with open. orchards of the Salt river district were TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.

t ed ditches or covered ditches or a combination found with root systems In considerate ,
1r} h" I of the two. The main ditch part developed within a toot of Eau Gallic 14 West'Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

should run In the lowest place If possible the surface (see the cut showing half 1 -- -

and should be straight as practicable the root system of a tree) In direct and :-: :H ..A.. S'. :s L"'tTtMI: :: : tZ 0 0 .
f -a mall, trnlrfht ditch thror contact with accumulated alkali salts
four feet wide. Swift running water left by evaporation. air.'* ale w. B.T .... JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.FuvtiQTS. .

drains bottoms much better than slow

running; hence the main ditch should Brief Memtlon. Melbourne.

I have a good tall. This dl\eb should be The! favorable season for the growth -

i three to five feet deep.! All the side of potatoes In Arizona Is between the RECEPTION ROOM. ,

i ditches should empty Into this main frosts of March and the beat of June, ..
} -
i EXPRESS
; y ditch with considerable fall the way and the growth of another crop is possible -- -- ------
17 C \PREPAID
$
the water Is going. They should never between the heat of August and After which IhdN PFI
t ? strike It at right anglcH It Is Important the fronts of autumn. -

,\ p that these ditches should always The total value of cotton exported

; I6? I be well open at the moutb. Soil Is like from the United States In 1003 was Fort Pierce .
I I i i1'
I a Bponge. It draws up standing or slow nU.4RD.6-Ij.: Why not manufacture Jen-
,
running water. The method of making this at home and ship out the finished Tibbals., I II iigns. & fifa&QO.

\ covered ditches is so well understood l&r
product 1
} Stuart i 1
.. so
r J.. by moat farmers that It Is not "American rice may yet be exportedto sen j 4

neceaaary to go Into detail' He sure Japan If the pending. war continues all Important "
to have the ditches\ deep enough to more than a year," predicts an es- and ., r .;, 9 err

I prevent plows front ever disturbing; cbuuge.At Points
the poles planki stone or tiling. convention .x
the annual at Atlantic
Draining uplands be done inti.
1 can City of the National Cigar Leaf Tobacco South will be
i moat cuaesby deep plowing Ditches. Friedman
association J. K wi
) .i.uuld not be used on uplands. Break
elected president and Lancaster Pa. in Succession. re's
., Taken -
I to.!: burdpan. A ditch on upland can t
was chosen as the place for the next .
: : I.o good 1. but mud and will do great 1

I.na.Ve do not wish to lose any of convention. II
1'' ? .' '. Good summer pasture Is a great
3 fl'': soil. h tlner particles are tbe

y moat vaiuautej.A l ditch never curries, thing for swine OPERATING ROOM. Agents for the Pabst Brewing ,o.

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Professional Cards. Notice I n\lllln"I, but \ reckoned to c isx| \her0nme *mi- .\rT llu.. .. Urnrnt'MN lie
4 Ii ln Illaae. Cannot Cure
-o.o-o-o-o-oo-o.o-o_oo-o fixes I
when I got so1ouM| : ''
,1 iiny As n rule u lilt's an tillage la a foro.Iorn
!, 4
I /Itt, l' her a home.! And then tli.-n you by local applications, as they cannot I
THE [
( : looking pili.-. where the huts of
EO. M.\ BOBBINS, IN Itravard__ ) Two Fools and''* f | come hyer with yp11r {well i 1..1. an* the poW are made of blrclv logs, with, reach the diseased portion' of the ear.Them .

Roea ''' 1 I your city ways an"four I easy uv of upright oak or. .pu.... supports' ceilings IN only one wny to cure deafness,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR was } ; O tnlkin' an' turned her b"II.1. i nlu't and thai la by constitutional remedies <*'
Alex Th(>ni|>' ) 'A Woman I of strips.. of tin- Hume birch and walls! 1
AT-LAW. .0 I hp"-,, about that-It's fair tUlitln if l) afne
: lined with the crude hrniu-bes. In t< Is canned by an Inflamed condition

Jill practice In'State and United States To Ymi Alex.ant Thoml herel.y>. By r. B. wsiotaT7O, I >oxi'iv" plAjln'\ a' IIqua.illmt'(: but are these huts there are only two roonm. ,. of the mucous Doing of the EusUchlnn -

Court. of Complaint nl O jou? 0110 of which U not for exeryduy use! tube When this tube gets In. I
above outlwl Coventry laughed plensnntl" "My but U. !kept foi best( ots-iiKloim. This' Named you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. 85TH! DAV Copyright, loot by T C. McCtur ,O dear man," he said "niuka ." "lIr mind houses
room those nacroa ImageH. )
lit when Is
and It
.
The Racer Co I hearing entirely
natal. the \ -o-o-o.o-o.oo.o-o.o.o.o-o {it easy I've not time llKhtcxt! notion of dear to the heart of every member of cloned! leafnoss Is the reMIII,and unless
'. OAULDEN IM puhlinhwil .. pretondlnx to Miami McKay's luuul. I the Greek church, to whlclt beliuig the
live week. "The firemen's ball is. trolntr ,to, be > back east tomorrow and Iu nil probability / thelntlammatlon can be taken out and
a Wanes my i 8i great pumas of the ItintMlan |>eopU>. The
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 24th day of June week and I want you to tnk. ,ne." shall never see tile girl iiKnln. other ro >ui serve the.. purpose of both thlll tube restored, to Its normal condition,

(Saul Ct. Ct] l Thus spoke tilorlann McKay with a "A n' yet you've ben rljtht tam illous kitchen and, sleeping room as one of hearing will be destroyed forever: nine

j|Florida Vlll practice,and in the all United the Courts States Court of the. ante By O. A.Ste_ ( tenderness !in the depths of her with lu>r a 'uc*> you've' ben Ujt-r -rUlln' the principal Idea. of comfort to these oxen out of ten are caiisnd by catarrh, ,,

eyes.Coventry. on' wiilklu. In the button 1111'lilt till' people, U-e und slow bound for so many which I I" nothing; but, an Inflamed condition
I.U Box,236. TITUSVEUJC, FLA. '
} bad Intended leaving. Yel out In time moonlight. There's boon months of the your, Is warmth. In nf the mucous surfaces*; 4 '

J. WEBB River at the wevk'a cud but be right Hiunrt tnlk." many of tbe peumint huts. no eda l are We will give One Hundred Dollars for
,
IN THE ." tl. "I'm not rcHponslbltt for the talk If until, and the top of a great stove, any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) ( ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW van! County "All the boys from the ranches are fooU chooHO to make It." said Coventry reaching nearly to tile roof, u a much time cannot be cured by Hall's Catarahi( 4

DAVID Sti EDO luipntloutly. Tve done nothing sought sleeping placed Although the Cure. Send for list of totlmonlala."ll ,"ll, '
J Will practice In the Courts of the 7th vs iu to It and the Bremen off the morn than I would with any pretty Kill conditions. wake dirt and the accompanying Address, F, J. CHUNKY: ft Co., Toledo1'
lroult. Taxes for non-residents W.\(. H B11Ap } ," said Glory/ persuasively. "It'll O
paid FRANCIS A. till buck east" results. Inseparable in the di- Hall'a Family Pills are the bC'ttt.it
nd,.rents and account collected. his wife,et al .. n mighty swell fandango. She "Then you don't keer for ber. Than mettle life of these |MiisantH, they are :J"Sold by druggists. .:50. 'r.It's .

TU8VILLIC, FLORIDA.D. To J. W. and glanced at I Coventry. "I'd what you maid up thar on the porth devotedly toad tit bathing. The vapor Ig

of You Complaint are hereby like to dance with you onct-Just wnrn't so?" bath In n crude form laity be called a

PENNEY above entitled .... remember" she added with a wist "Oh route," Coventry rt-plUM. "Younnmtn't national Institution, but a not uuumialplcturo

by September designated, 11104. ring Iu her voice.It think that wlmt a man 1I'y"to of a summer afternoon I.1'| "

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, order.i all he |>, would only beI/ few days. longer, a girl In the mooull lit Is KOHU>| village" pond 1111.1 1 with women" and!
1' conwoiiltve" week truth. The moonlight uiukes, him a bit '
children bathers '8 clul Service.Them .
Witness said his conscience" and.
javiLuc FLORIDA. my to .>,
,
-vntinientn,. .
Xtthdayof July, ,
.. would make material _
!It good
III I practice .In all the courts of the 7th (Seal Ct. Ct.) i a sketch-this cowboy bull. As for ".\,,' the gal"?'' Ara..pl. "...a...R.... .
Judicial Clroult. 23-4t "The gill too. A little flirtation doe stories. of menu are J
&>1')', ""be'II forgot\ me in a month or pernon
no harm and tbe next day It's forgotten. t'Olh't..1 l : '
," thought he. "Meanwhile there's by an Kncllnh newspaper:

A. FKO3"T, \ harm lit It of a bit of flirtation ." I soul \" I've ( A lulllloniilre und his wife who were I ForltYou P
?" "It's forgotten- Just shown thrAiigh u building at Windsorhandid ::
my western rose been ha\ln fun with her tteti=not the attendant a halfpenny. It) a ,. :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, It was to a jack rose! thut Coventry .
AND : uieanln anything.-Ike they lo buck it J .,; ,
was explained' that It Will the onlyt'OPlll'r '
JV111 In all the Court. of the 7th UNDER In '" her on the night of the If. '"
'
practice from. :
whar you come the millionaire '
had the other .; .' ,
:
'
seventh J ..- The excitement and the swift "
Judicial Circuit. for Rravard ".:xltl'tly.' coins being all sliver There are way'sof \ I; : :
wherein hud sent u wurui rich flush to ? .I,. '
pending "An you're a-goln buck/ an' leaveber t i
becoming a millionaire and also of
I TITUBVILLK:, FLORIDA.TEPIIEN rompaoy, a cheeks. The black UIIIKHOM of her "
John D.crabb. after ninkln her love )'011. It renmhxlng one.
are defendants, I were charmingly disordered and Is all right In section but :t -
maylio your The !U told
story of a who
; ,E. FOSTER,.; front of the eyes Hushed and spnikled with grocer a'
we don't call it byer-not ", lthIIk't. "
bidder for canli square| when retailing n fl\lllrt..r' a pound !
the l l hour of !\ She! was a good dancer too II
legal is.
Kit of "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.5 > and the jujubes, cut one In halves with a
dUcovennl
FIFTH DAY : ntry even "Hut the girl doesn't care for me, bam knife III order to make the balance ,
Dyal-Upohurch Building, Jax. the seine balnK a heavy footed cowboys who She bus. a passing fancy perhapn, but true.A .,
dnftcrlbod real .... at intervals her partners could 'I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tll,"t'" mill: hud been .
grocer banding a woman '
yard count of
) spoil the easy grace her move\
rant corner of Lot I) "Ylt she let you ktns4ber than on the a few sweetmeats when she ,

S. BUUNHAM, M. D. of of Cocoa Indian. run River ::: There.. had not been many of them. porch tonight..1\ : seen her." squared her weekly account One ,
110 feet thenne Coventry. arose angrily! "I'm not night she united what was the valueof

SURGEON and SPECIA"LIST. feet building to the thereon place the"H.tawdry C." occurred little douse",'ry frequent curd the accustomed to have IIIY"he begun. the sueetleit.. She was told. She DRINK .............,......
old free from but Mort Interrupted. mentions thut she did not care' for
Ear, Nose and Throat. Crabb and '" l after the numbers. Not all of them "I know ,)'01" ain't, but you're goln" sweetmeats and' preferred ht would ,
by bun lumlttnwt bad dancer Home he bad
!taT PALM BKACH, FLORIDA. having been paid. to be, I'll trouble jon to set iiilct| give her the value of them In sugar.!
Rt out" the porch of the i
on upper thar while I talk. You romo byer 1\n' ,
24 Ot with_the moonlight silvering the '
meet a gal. Hue's a nice gal, an a C!>....
R. nouanTovs and softening the harsh
purty gal. She Rift never seen a man It Is no eney.taek to convince the
A ... of the distant buttes and In liken you-or heerd one. The, men modern school chess crank that his pet
'
First. /: the heart of man to tender she knows ain't much on dam-In'/ an'
ri.OATIXO DENTAL APARTMENTS theories and openings were known and ,4
deep matured scrupln nn* beln' dresser) up. They
played centuries ago and yet such Is
the'"Dentos
on I hud enjoyed dance
Glory never any
larger crop are Just men-tbe men around these the case. The further we probe into
Now ON TUB INDIAN KIVKU. one-half and : she had this, she told Coventry bj'er parts. snclont history fhe morV modern becomes

Second.- ,, and her ryes more than said "You know that gal In fullln' Iu love the style of the guinea of chess )

E. BUCK, profitable <9 Hume tlUug u.. she swayed mid with you more an' more every day, which am unearthed until it look. as

the row. to his guiding beneath the hot an' Vyu stay byer. When she It the old !master were well up In all ,

took ton &: Budd Building, Main St., I Third-The .. of the hotel dining room. gives ycAj what I ulu't never even the wrinkle of the most favorite openings THE GREAT e

Jacksonville, Rooms 15, 16, 17. with red It was all rather Interesting Intervals, Coven dared to ask her for; when she cares The Ruy Lopes, Invented by a HEALTH DRINK.
Iu of the
thought one
much she ain't 'nrlu' who sees It.
sponded more so priest of that name has been played
DENTIST.. of acid (' bin partner was dancing with why you gits ready to pull your Tor centuries and continues to be a _

'rown andJBrldge) Work,' single : one else, but on the whole be0" freight for home an' forglt her offun popular opening with the chess eastern
rather glad he was going to leave '
Porcelain Inlay., 'ourth.-Io your mind. of today Th. Glance piano has "IN THE GOOD ;
.
day lie had not told Glory "
HlgL-clasa Plate work ash over (0 next "It's a powerful curloux. world. received the attention of modern ana-
while fe"o! ) ( was going? There was no need of :Mort continued with a grim smile lvts: and yet we lint that the same TIME." 5
her fun. It was best for.be-r- OLD SUMMER ;
per cent and ) "It don't appear to be put together moves were played centuries ago\
FOLE ii MIoNEl. TW acid greatly h he went. Perhaps he bud paid right somehow.' Hyer I am lovln' .

fir.ftUre. Joe ewte.ee Fifth.- too much attention; she did not the very groun' she steps OUt an' she Kidney Trouble.- .
a few days the gulf between them and ain't carln/ for me any more than for
are oRllly relieved and ourod In the beginning .
slowly she bud been ruttier too de that same ground. An' she loves IOu.an' ,
but as the dlnntwo grows 10we .
That .
UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF fertilizer for ; this night. was one you"Tho -
must flail a more parent reined) .
ME 0 I CINE "- Sixth.- the dltllcultles of an affair with a man's taco worked In the moon here In where Irving' Iliiohti Wafers
.vsR01N A.MIDIDINEDENTISTWTPNINMACI. of such a simple unsophisti
toes produced light and/ Coventry evil genuinely excels) a cure. Of course they give
week In ..... nature sorry for h 1111. .. quick relief but more limn that /give a

.r Mod rn 1 Lubormtorio charge of lp. Superior Cllnlci. .- .... by and she returned .the look said "when I'm gone." the blood. Bold ni AOo a box by M! ETTO I

iBwialda leaching In our own Hospital sorts produced ; u dazzling smile and a softening "You're not goln' away," Mort returned ted Cromt" Pharmacy, Tltuivllle, Fla. ._- -- beverage msdejfrom'ripe Apr
Tof detailed Informnrtoti,writeTHR; PKOCTOH.
the that could not -
than the red eyes Coventry quietly "leastways not until Saw I'almetto Uerrles. Absolutely l free Ito
ly; early. It 1 III -nor any one ('I.-e. be feared. you've married tllory. i Strict II........'

rieties be ; was a beautiful woman of au uul- "Are you crazy?" Coventry; cried. A big crop of cotton and a small crop from pernlolous, harmful drugs. Metto.

he Largest and Most Com- truckers.- =Te: l type, of course, but- "You made ber. love you. Well, now of corn III"O.II'PII planted the cottonstates
flushes the Kidneys
the Llvsr
stimulates
olato Establishment South. Coventry' thoughts were Interrupted you're !goln' to marry her." according to an agricultural auhorlty I

Crimson. Home one hud touched him on "But It I,'won't. but the' stands of (cotton Iu acts directly on the bladder.

CEOs s HACKER & son Crimson shoulder.It "Then I'm goln' to kill you!" Georgia/ st least arc pate th'elr,
useful of our / was a tall fresh, faced brown lie ,said It quite calmly and before The IMMMII\ In strawberry' culture |I" Makes these organs:perform fano- ,

standpoints of young fellow, one of the outfit Coventry realized the word be saw said to be doing great things! for Innd ions In a natural way thereby keeping
and the rose the Three Forks ranch as Coy the moonlight glinting along tbe barrelof values In southwestern. :MUwiurl.Tli .

r cured. It !Is knew by name. a revolver. bypriMluciH from! WJ: pounds of the y tem In perfect and ;healthy con ,

It may; be '' "I'd like to, speak with, you. !If so.' "Homo men" said :Mort "would have rough\ rice /an reported to he ninety dition.

pounds per! (' don't mind?" said the man. Tbere' put a bullet into you when you flint. live pound. ref i-li'iiii rice, all grades;

tivation or just the suggestion/ of a frown come hyer foolln around, but I thought eight {poumU of polish, thirty pound J
.I without ..... his keen gruy eyes."Certnlnly |I you was In earnest an' Glory was hap /if bran twenty-nine pounds of 'luIIT. '

tions. In ." replied Coventry' "Sit p Y." IItrn1'. trash. | da! *'. etc. er

corn and (' wn" "1H> you DI..lln'to say you're goingto -- P ,
"Not hyer. It's a little too prouils- The leHth Penalty/ I
eaIsn been obtained ; ; murder me unless I agree to your i I'
same land and ). byer for what I've got to say. crazy lIolI..lI"e1'. A little thing snmetlmits rfllllllta i In '-sold by-
I
succession tbe you wouldn't mind takln' a lit "I don't know about murder. It ain't until., Thus more scratch'Innlgnlfl- .

proving In poseur outsider murder to kill a *nak But anyway not outs or puny bolls have pall the Red Cross Pharmacy,
without heavy Coventry rose und followed the man I'm u-goln to kill you unless you .do as death penalty. It U wise to have Muck-
OF en's Arnica Salve handy. It'. the Tltusvllle, Fla.
MANUFACTURERS together they strolled down to the ever
\
ffertilizers. It I say You want to think mighty quick. r rFOLEYSIiifDNEYECURE
... edge. There was fallen log Mint salve ou earth and will prevent faallty ;
Doors Sash, Blinds. where soiling a I'm goln' to count tent; itn' then" when borne, sores ulcers and pile.
on which Coventry seated bliulf. -
made Into I Coventry knew what would happen threaten Only 3.iO at Red Cross I'barTUusvltle. -

[ Mcnlding & Building Material! bloom. The ; "Fire away" he said lighting a then, and be bad an Instant picture of many, ........ ........-.Oo .... "......... 0..5.a. \
eight/ to .. '. He offered.ono to bill compan all that would follow bill refusal and .
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Office A Warerooms King, opposite per[ acr .-C. but It was decRnerl.The a vivid sense of bis folly,
Cannon Street.Charleston man hesitated for a moment a* "Ono-two-threw"-. .the words. fell
S. C. he found It bard to coinnience."My steadily like strokes of a pendulum P.: Rulilznan <& Co.
!In Hm-kett.; be said
name
"four-Bve"- There was a rustle of 1
"Thl 1* no time "Mort Huckett Maybe parting twigs, and Gloria sprang out 2111 Waahlngton 8t. NEW YORK
| Sash Weights Cord am I 'Tl* the cold gray ( heard It?' of the willows by the stream edge U3: Murray Htreet. }J X. Y.

There will be Coventry bowed courteonnly. "Don't shoot, )(ortl"! she crl.<..! as she I -
Hardware. you will carry "I hear tell." Mort continued "that prang between the men, anil then she.
Wafers and ',.* 'lowing to go back east to said .something which Stings Coventryeven Oranges Pineapplesand !

Window and Fancy Glace bed. They < Is that a fact?" to thin. day when h.! thinks of It. ,
tone you up answered "Want
"Yen. Coventry 'M>o you suppose I cure for him
A SPEOIALTY. 2:)0 at Red to do something for ;you back abe cried pointing disdainfully at Coy. _

>r"No .Qlry-blm' Attain came tbe accent Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
Wti. I reckon not. It's somethln'
which hurt. "It was you I cared for State and wish to
of tbs largest la represent
shippers ,
represent several your
Not IonIC a ('? I want you to do. It's to answer all along, only you .ouldn.t speak an' i .
fOnt of a << quefitlon. What are you goln' to do ( bad to make also. (ilve' trial shipment. Established 80 years.
...+*.....+.+.+...+.....*.. Jils you jealous so you yon UI a i
: :1 one of (Gory? would, only I didn't think It would ..
. to the l lutter's! "About Glory What should I do come to sbootln'. I want a man an* -- ---

. ,. which there glory What do you meanT I've got him!I"' EWfABLISHEU: mo. '

: To you "You know right well what I ,mean. :Mr. Coventry didn't stay for the wed
o ed the sn;>t> yon /going to marry the gal? ding. He Intended.the .
: IF YOU RECEIVE!! A SAMLPE went borne, as lilt .
"Yes. sir ; And may I IlIk, Mr. Hsckett. In my I net' day but !In telling his adventures M. Lane & Son ;

: COPY OF THIS P PAPER JJIT ported the what affair It W of yoon what In the west be says, nothing .

: IS TO- "Ah! $ Intend to do or not dot" said Coven about bow be was used as a stalking
. went on the coolly. "Are you Miss McRay's borne 2V WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK
LET YOU KNOW THAT tell me who .. rdlll 0?"

i The little { "Maybe I is'." retnrneil the other ...45 A'r.... A..I..t'.
S WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO : he Jllld not ,.. "I reckon you've the right/ to In the Transvaal and the orange Klv-! Southern Fruit and Produce

BECOME A SUB S C n I.'II E R.. Z tlciilair. before you answer." er Colony. Jf the present rate wf intermarriage
.. dlnt" wlllln i> lie put a foot on the <..- and looked I between Britons and Ior Is

2 'i ( \ at the moon flwkett rlvr. kept up within twenty years the two COoLtO.1cs1oc.: : : : :.l.Iorohae.: :
!Inic hard to "Yon see. I lore her," saki be simply races will be so'welded together HS to
,
yonnmt( 110 I've lent to know. I've been be Indistinguishable, says the .tfrUitnHnvlew. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY
anew"rem : her this. long time since she I TI,. only bitterness P.i "IL.
..........................1.1I -\\ ,,11.\ I t rome hyer a young <
I red a rl1\ n.! awkwnnl sort of a cuss, without Ijutc-b the bitter: enders and the couti. Steoclls, Card and oar quotations furnished on application.




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4. gAS'"I' :o.\- T \ nVO "TF.. AUGUST 5. 1904.
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'
-
f President WM. M. BROWN ;
JAKES. PBITCHAJBD, ; Vice-preelden
DANGER OF DRINKING'WATERThe
EAST COAST ADVOCATE W. S. BBANSINO, Cashier.

distrust with which English "'
HANCO CK'S RIVER STATE
INDIAN BANKCOUNTY
AWBBKLT J00BHAI.DBTOTID TO T.B DBTBLorMBHT travelers abroad are apt to regardthe u

ow rum IBDIAX BITBB, IO.KBWOBTB water bottle, whether on the

AMD SlSCirHB BAT SKOTTOHS. dining table or as a toilet appur. DEPOSITORY.
Liquid Sulphur
tenance, will not be lessened by the I
__ Authorized; : capital, i
PUBLISHED: AVERT: : FRIDAT.CHABLB recent statement of a Paris news '' $100Cq
paper. According to this author-' A positive. ,f au..Ucd care Paid up capital. $400
lot ill diujtcl 01 the Average deposits :
f H. WALTOM, Editor & Publisher. ity, there ia no effective supervision $150
BLOOD SKIN and SCALP
,
of the public water supply in fiftyof

..Discontinuance ally; at thEN office of or.by....h.writing.must be mad per- the largest; towns in France, and tiA I C O C roe DM ipplicalioa.In hot or cold Tat kilh lateral. For aM'ea.Ie..u .- t M Transacts General. Bank!;'

In small towns and rural districts Nature's Graaltst. Gtrmlold
Business.
the necessity hardly recognizedeven ,
mays. mad to CHABLBS I sad co..tltutlo..ll..cly.
Check,eto.. a payable
*f. WALTOM pnblliiher.In ment in of theory.sanitary 1 reform here is no in depart which 0 For BATH and TOILET Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riy .


: In writing to the A ocATB for Informatlon more progress has been made in Beiulillc the growth* the of compleilo the bait and, r.tre-.<.. t''. Y'I' ;r Exchange bought and sold on all Foreie

<& my kind,the writer will oblige by enclose our own country than in that of vests il tuininl fl.). r; i ( Countries.--

lags ltalll.ed.ad"re.II..1 envelope the supply of drinking water. It Hancock'sUquld Patronage appreciated. Prompt nervire. t

1 hu been autboritjvely stated, Indeed Hitin'i CraiUst Cinnfcl4i. Sulphur Ointment ,, treatment ervative,and every. Vauklng favor. connliit.m! with<,!I'
.
., r ( granted
ADVO
BOSTON OFFICK-Tint EAST COAST mw sew w
OIT has opened an oftlo at4 4 Atlantic avenue, that Mere are very few Eng V Prepared tipeclillr r >r CORREflPONDKNTS
lish towns possessing public water at..se.cm5.u.e., ax.a,,, for Burni, Soldi, OpenSorei F Ptioenlx National Hunk. N. Y..
Boston which will\ be In charge(; of Air.\ Claude a ay.w., e.LA FM. Chafed rirti. Trust Company. N. Y:, National Empire jlsouville
Bank
O.Walton. worn where any hesitation need be r ,.....W r.r..LynnWW c___ c.e.4..a.-a..-+, Saw Snrlwet, Doily L,' svrr w JachHonville, Fla. of
f.rlakki
,
felt 'in feels Inclined la Meq e.Mn. "N AN File. Rau hntlel
1 drinking as one D 1a.1..s race and Hods ".rIrrUSVILLE. ] ; '
atfdtsi all communications to wlthout special _.'twp WPLL co55D..y and ill Skin illvrenliHancock
any precau.
>
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, pens .o osNTS. D .c..e..
-
TITDSVII.LB FLORIDA.O tlon. In London, in particular, the. ..M.YM St -- :

experts tell us that all the sourcesof in.awa.uwNI.I..,e... a. Ca All kinds of Agrjcultural Implements. Agent:

8. Department of Agriculture supply are as near to absolute Liquid Sulphur COe FOR THE 4 '

purity as anybody need require.The Baltimore, Md.FOURTH -.A..01Wm:: :EI.A.EI.R.C: : ::>"''VV- !

Weather Bureau-Jupiter. Fla.I' greatest danger is in the country .

and it I is still needful to remind

"' The following i. ft comparative statement people who take summer lodgingsin ANNUAL EXCURSION. ""
'. of temperature and rainfall for the .
week: ending Tuesday, AUJJ 2, 1004. isolated farmhouses .that there .! i:=
t be In domestic
-100.- -1903-5 may poison the pump

1', DATK. MAX. Milt. MAX. Mflf. o.r the garden well. The chances, ; z >
: 27 8-2: 72: SO 711 indeed, are very strongly in favor TO MOUNTAIN and SEASHORE RESORTS -
28 86 70 84 72 q : t + ktt
',. :20io 811 73 87 71 'of its presence, and the frequency Q

.. : M 73 87 76 with which visitors from'towns areattat'ked and WASHINGTON, D. C. :
31 8-1 71 8H 78 with ailments, more or less I,

1 : 85 70 88 75 grave, but enough to mar their holiday z.
I
a 85 (10\ 8H 60 -
,
Total rainfall for the week: 2.02 is a warning against implicit CQ oj ,
: Departure from normal rainfall for the confidence in drinking any and all WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1904 :<1 !Ii I

week: pus 1.80 Inches. Departure kinds! of water. .
trim normal rainfall since January 1
,
0'- _._
Jir minus 1.11 Inches. .
I e t ,h AL. P. IIABDIN, Observer. DAME UUMOK says that Mr. John '
'V"1.n sOV..L-; ..:TVT I3AIL: ''.ELY. FERNALD
"' \ ------.--.-.---.--- .-..- Shepard, of the ,big; dry goods firm THE:. CEO. H. HARDWARE CO. .

"" PLANT more shade trees in front of Shepard, Nnrwrll'' & Co.( bide Sanford,. Florlaa.d.zic3. .

of your lot, and make 1'ituavllle fair to be Rotto'ii' nxC. mayor A..bevllleN.i.. . ,. *l1: (N) Oecnn View, Vat . . .. . 15 BOIS ---. ------.--- -

attractive than Mr. Shepard In. H regular winter Abbeville c.. . . . i II I (K> Old Point, (mforf, Va.4l . . 60() :Joor : : rvrviac3 oiTvr 'Jr'4amc3s.
mote ever.
\ visitor to the .1<;lAst' Coast of Flori. Anderson.. OBrevnrd . . . IIM I Ritrherfnidton, N. C. .. .', 13 00
-------- da where he has host of friends NO ... . :; Ulr+ Suluda, N C. . . . . 12: 10 We are mnklntr hundreds( of rtnniH> rv cry, mon'h f.-i, tl.., lcndlug'contract'"
'. CLEAN the streets and sidewalks a Cross Hill, N. C . .1' . . J2 (JO) i I Sewani-e.:: Tenn . . : . 14 05: and *e alionM lunke them fur jon.W d"! It cheaper and bfticr.
up lie is a very active and successful Flat Rock, K. (7: . . . 12 30 Hi>ar>nnburff, S. f.t) ; ... . 12 10 Our latent Improvement IH ,
J. before the weeds go to seed. business man, and as mayor. of Boston Hieenvllle. O . . 1* 10 ( Vli'>ilnl Beach, Va..V. . 15 b0Hendetm.nvlIe

r "A stitch in time, saves nine." he would certainly "fill the N. C. . . ..; 1:4: 80 I Tryon, No' C. . . '. . . 12 10 BRONZE FINISH BALL BERING I} SAUl PUUEH; ,

... bill.. Here's to John Indian 8f:: >ilniH, O* . . I 0 tot> \Valhalln' S. C . . . . 12: 25 nod' you khoiikl insist on retting three In jonr. fran
r, '-- Shepard, Lauronii, S. V. 11 00 Warm goring, OiiO ". .. . U 00 When you have }any bullcllnir 'n t1: MORE!: land and orange groves are Boston's next mayor.Wnivino Lake Toxaway, S, CTenolr : . 11 i Waterloo, M. C. (Harris Llthla EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY

e being sold in this section than In h__ __ __ ._ N. OLlocolnton . . . . 14I. ;4'1 8vrlnll.) . . . 12 00 COMPANY
'. N. C. . . .* (H) VVaynesvllle, N. C, . . . 14 23 several years, which shows prosper us from Conner Mr. Lookout Mountain, Tenn. . it: i.0 White Stone, S. C., (WhltestoneX -Yard. at Tlt.nsvllle, EHU GHH|)| :, Fnrt Plpl'Co ai .1 w, nt I'nim b"ch-

: ity ia with us again. Hlckman says. : "Can you give me Marion, N. C. . . . . 13: ( ) Lltbla Springs) . . 12 1(1 -- -- .
I., .- .. particulars of any property that Mooteagle, Tenn . . .' 13 05) 1 Washington, D. C . . 2200WEDNESDAY I --.--------- - --
I
,,' TUB Southern Express Co. Is can be obtained, aa mentioned. In The above rates are for the round trip. Tickets will\ be sold Hodges <& &Iaza:

shipping more flab from Titusville the ADVOCATE of July 22nd. Twoor AUGUST 17th 1004, ONLY, i

and Eau Oallie\ than from three of us are looking forwardto ...ManufnctiirpiB and In...
Iieiilets
!
,: any with final limit to return any time up to and Including September 1, 1004. ,
I\ other point along the East Coast. going to the East Coast, and For detailed Information" sleeping car reservations, etc, apply to Rough
CYPRESS
would like and AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
_. ...-.------ about it. What to ascertain all we can be J. C. LUSK, Dressed

''II'< OUR hotel and boarding houses obtained.? property can District Passenger Agent, Orange Box *Iea send
r have been doing an excellent bust Kindly copy of luH W'. Hay'lt.' Jacksonville, Fla.NOTICE' Mills and office located alllufl'alolllufl'. Kin. Write UK fur prices deliveredto

k, ness this summer, and the proprietors ADVOCATE, so that we"can see whatis ___ .__.. any part of the Mute. Addn>I1 t U"d/ol'to/: & O'Haia, Llullalo ItlttfT, Fli.
-- ---- --- A.
( advertised
for sale.
\ are going around with smilIng --.-------- ---. .- ___ _.. ._.. _- _.. __ .. ..__ .n. -
OF ELECTION. Master's Sale-

\ countenances. lillEVAHO COUNTY, '8 I IF YOU WANT A.

y.l STATEMENT.Aug. (Continued from Bth page.) I UNDER AND BY ViRTUE OF A"N KXECIT. I

THE!: rush of business In the AD lit, 1IM)4. I yard. iuned County of. the ITInrlil County wliA.uin Court of D_Hre- I
---
; VOCATE olflce has necessitated the 1),1"oec..h, hand,J illy Int.11X14...S 20,81.1 4 of circuit record oourt may of be.the county In which such court I.lmlmivand-her; ,- ImRbandlrhimias'LY'ndfiay: : are Lot.I
Amount received in July 11MH... ..,. 1,417 onTotal levied and J T. Banett I* defendant, I liavc .Building
addition of another hand to the I Seotlon 33: of Article V, ot the Constitution upon and will sell at bidder &1I..UOIror ..
staff which is another of ..S2IDHO 73 of the State of K Inr lo. U hereby aoieniluilM au cash to the highest/; and bent before the
sign
prosperity Less warrant paid In July Iflo4 to read a. follows i I'-uiirt-hnuae door In the town ol Titusville on

,r in Titusville. ers and and delivered School to Board County.uimmanlon; 4,27141)) ""Section. Court of tvcor-l, shall be Him THE FIRST MONDAY: IS SEPTEMBER 19M, or a lot with, a BUU.DIXO READY FOR (n (TI' \1\l'Y,
.. Itfhail by the Legislature, only upon a volition all that tract of land lying In Brevard county, *
---- --- Ralanoaon hamlAiiK lit, lOOt ......24 of a majority nf the n>|tl.tereil voters of the Florida, and deiicrlbed a* follow! LAND FOIL AX ORANOEGROVE, I
\ A FEW of our subscribers are a county,where ouch court U entalillnhed.ARTICIJC .. Beginning/; eight chain wt and three and PINKAPIT.K: : PLAM'A'llONfiTKUCK OARDO. '.
ABOVB BALAKCB III MELD AS eventy-llve one hundredth chain south of the
little behind with their tDmxmltfid
subscripttlon. Northeast qUl.rerot the Southeast qnarterof. We probably have tor (sale! hat '
jll'1
In .
Brevard Count Itrt'l..eeklng'
State Northwest yon
XXVII of
Seoilon
quarter 4,
Please date Township W B.
the
i note upon Hunk,a* per (Cannier1 certificate( at- Range .:., thence
South
to tanheil to monthly report and used That the following aiii"ndniontfl to Section 20, and a half one-hundredth run chain three, and twelve Sou If i'" tire. H-icklntr. in but -'11111..1..1.. .....m. If yon lit
if your paper or wrapper, save .. .. .. . 17.708 14BALAtiCKI Article III. and Section 24, Article III, and the thirty-two chain,thence North three* thence and twelve Went
your name from being stricken BIU.ONGINo'Tn KACII FCMJ A* FOLLOW repeal of Unction Slate Article' VIII of the Con and a ha f one-hundredth chain, thence East looking thin way, drop a Hue to ,

from our mailing list. County Revenue-Oenerai*!Font. ..... .S2WI( I It tltutlon hereby agreed nf the and hall nf Florida be submitted, tie, and to the are thirty taming./two; ten chains acre more to the or point less as of the beginning/;property',con of JAS. E.' INGRAHAM 3rJ! Vli-e.: l'reeident,

.. .... .". Itnnd and Bridge Fund .. .,...... :325 4 9 i nltiotnrnof the mnteat the general election to tint defendant and the lame will be sold to I
-- U.
be held lu A. 11)04.to-wlt
November said
HiilldlnK Fund... It HI natlaiy execution. "OIII'AS'I' I'llANT: I It'Y
THE Indian River State Hank, of "" Fine and Forfeiture Fund. 7,811 lid I Section 21, Article III.. of the Constitution fit J. P. BROWN! I
Feeding Primmer*Fund B'J3 2O I the State nf Florida Is hereby. m mUeil no a* Sheriff/ of nrevard County Florida. r. ,\ PoTI F; FLA.
Titusville, is now doing a phenom. B.BO.| Road" Fund, New lllet.No.I. .. ..... (V4 US I to read aa follows: ,
u u :
e w ==
M 9. 2IJfl 31
enal busi.ieis ; so much BO, tbat a .. a .: 1.11W: 21 Eltetl"'l11\ >. The itlnlaturo shall not palM Notice of Application for Permit ---------.--------=-
President Pritchard has added two :: : <: 4. J7.1 43 Kpnrlal or local laws In any of the following eniiiiiorareilcammi .
o o a.: on in that Is to nay. regulating til*' to Sell LiquorsVlnes
more clerks to his staff so that Dame Wardon Fund! ...... Hid (00 JurUillctloii aixl' .1111 lea nt any chw of olllceraor \ .
Property| ut l>e,'..>iii..d. Pemon Fund..... I Ml 1 for the punishment of ortlim or nilMilnmoanoroxcvpt and Iteer.TIiEREAS. .
business
can be attended to with County Hi'honl-General Fund ...... ...1,727 M tor the nforceniunr. of special Ixrit/
promptness. Hpeolal.. Tax School Dint No.l.... ... ... /tIll:/ 2'J laws regulating the practice of oourtao Justice; -
.. .. 9.. n" OH ,"."fl..... .l.li.i.......*. tor ohanglntr woos nf. civil. out R. r.. MOTI.OW HAS FILED
.. .- ... :a .. ;i IM 4 'J. crlininil 0"1; ir.mrlnif divorcee ; changing I 'I f with the Board of County COIDII, >I..I"'I' h
S. u o 4... the nt vaunting man ivim-
U8B 110 name persona| ; era for Uravard Coast irrori.in hi.
l OUR merchants 1II01llnll'Impaneling grand mid petit Jurleianal loatlon for ,, and '
say they are do. ;iwrmlt 10 .elluJJq 'rs, Wlnm1;; ;i
Total. 17,708 24 pr"vlJingforIheir rnmi>e *atli>u; for ass eer In lUectlou; Dtntrlol :2, of Bald County: and
ing a better business .than in several JOHN Hn.vnv, County Treasurer. ONpmumt and colltwtlon nf taxes for state and State;anj cUlxen such election district may
COI l" ninrtlolpal /" | for o how ca i tan, If any there be,at the
years, and the big stocks of and omduot elections forNStare and county !bard to he held on Tuesday the meeting Mtb .Ia of,the of til
goods they are almost and iniintoip l <>fllccr* and for ileHlicnatlvK the September next, why such t. :
receiving : ; : permit should not he
I SIM3CIALK.YCUUSION KAT1CSISetwocit Klanvxor 1 : voting; for tbS j udn! n" real entatu lielo'ttElnic '...lIte... JOHN ft. WALKER
h t daily, go to prove that "there is to minor.*,entAte* of leremlent' and ofI""A rhAlrman' of the Hoard of,County
.fackMoiivIllo uiul'ew lelmringundsr l legal itlnahllltle. ) rannl )> oiiiiiiUsloiicrs
a Brevard
something doing.; Advertising I ttlnir the free nf' !Pores uf the !State or count County,
fetches the people every time, and > York. or mnnlehlItl".III"vlnjl; ( effect to Infonnal or Florida.
Invalid I'eiKl' or wills; leicttlmlxlnir obildren: '
t.. our merchants are rejoicing over ** > providing for the "adoption of ohllilr ; rellev-
I. Inv infnor from l legal ill>al>llltl.,.| and fur tbe
%the large amount of goods they are On and after June 1, 1PW( and until e>liidiinent of ferrle BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER

\I' selling. No merchant, who wishes withdrawn, the "Clyde Line" will sell 8..rtlon 24, Article III or the Constitution of ,
l to increase his trade, should be first-class tickets, Jaoksonvllle: to New thefltatenf Florida, I* hereby amended so as 1r.i.
read follow:
I I without an aJ. in, the ADVOCATEno York and return, meal and berth I included to Section as 24. The Legislature .hall e.tal ; matter how small the ad. It These of mvernment. It
at *:M. tlcketa will be .var..n county
hall ilevlmi ntonkpwlltioa" Into olaiwe of not July 5lh, and be prepared to do all kindsof .
t. shows the ,
"live" merchants in town. rood on any tblp8 and will be limited for more titan four on tee biwts. of population( It'' . cr7
\ . hall establish for each class a uniform .,.teln work In this line. Write me for estimates .
passage to September 15 1904{)( '
return .
( ------ of government; It hall provide for the remooriioratlon
work.
; and In will the limit be on your Reference. If de-
WE no cane extend / of each now existing innnlrlpality
are dally receiving appllca. ed beyond this time: Early application and for the I- corporation of earn hereafter to II red. Address,
tlons from all parts of the United will secure choice of stateroom accommodation be Incorporated" municipality Into one of curb ,
claim* and no lw relating to the creation THOS. F. KELT.EY
< States for satuplo copies of the Ai>. I *. In writing\ please give government or power of any munloliality| i or "
of all If nntnlmrof mnnlotpalltle* less than the whole Box 232.: Eau On Hie. Fla. ai4
:
t VOCATK, which, show that the names parties more than one, ;
eyes be valid
of the would.be and age of children If any. Children of a clana.Sibali
r settlers are turned between ages of 5 and 1:2: years, half fare. Section 8, of Article ViiI of the Constitutionof
toward Indian Uiver. If have the Slate of Florida, ,le hereby rapealml.provide .
you Xo charge for children under A years of THE ANHEUSER
anything to sell, now is your time age provided they do not occupy aceom.mod.tloua BUSCH,, i :
t to advertise it in the ADVOCATE. to the exclusion of others. Tt.e votes cast In compliance with said propnaafi
C. H. WALTON, Agent, 1 Amendments an.1 the anv.aa. del.ra- Brewing Asso's.
," One'gentlemen, writing us from St. Lions and returns. thereof shall he IIIIbj80ted to }I
Tituavllle.
Paul Fla. ohIO same ......laUo" and ...trletl.", aa an
Minn.. "Ibis "
says : country by law for General Uectlons In tne
E is too cold in the winter for my State of Florida. Famous 81.Louis Keg and Bottled .

family and we were much 'pleased Dade County Land lnr Sale.<<; Ix TwrrixosT band WRt andnl unto Beer. '_.._____n_n_ n____ __ __ u__ ._ ._ ___ .. _. ---
set my affixed the 4) ---- -
to receive a copy of your newsy [L 81 Seal of the State of Florida al TallabaMee. Bold by Hewn.I*. A.Lesley and1 WALTON SELF-LOCKNG
However I note that For sale, cheap the northeast .mite Capitol, this the tint day of BLOCKS.
paper. you quarterof Aacuet a.. 1> 11104.H. R. L.Motlow,T4 tuT llle.ria. 1
are not advertising much property southeast quarter of section 3, township :CLAY CRA WFORD. a By Mr.R.L4MotlowCocoa: ,na. Patented in all Ctlllohl tee. Only tackle)

for sale. We think of buying a 38, south of range 41 east; close toO To J.P.BROW3T, Sheriff of Secretary Brevard 01 Count 8..te. block of the kind In *,!I.e world Flt-

home on Indian River and enclose K. Wood's pineapple plantation on -- JOSEPH ZAPF ted wIth the celebmtnl Vinton Holler

$1.50 for the ADVOCATE, to watch St LucIe River; 40 acres. Bearer. Useful In
POV place where
anything suitable that may be ad. Also, the northeast quarter' of northeast Shoe Jtepalrlng. Sole Agent. hoisting Is done. With these blocks

rcrllsed. We hope to be in Titus- quarter of 'section 18, township 38, a one man can d.t the. -filII of
tile'! In December south of 41 south do all kind of boot and shoe 610 to 820 West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE two.
or January to range Junk for a healthy location. I may St. LucIe River; 40 acre. Apply to -ug, and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. FLA. and see them In worMrj otd-r at this (

f..y the ADVOCATE is a credit to the ('u..... II. WALTON, rrltcha'rd A: Son. Avnnicw OIBSOX.Tltu _--- ot6cenrtbe.toreul J.... Pritchur' ilANNtdKUXriDinB*:

Kadi: Coast *of Florida." Titusville ria.;: .\llle, Fla jousubscribe for the ADVOCATK Son TltusTllle. j

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i COAST ISTDEAVS.A .l 2 ',p9" Subset I ptione-for theA.nvooATIC, SARAH C. HODgHOX-I'rn, ,t- '11, IA" AND BOW..OuN 1VI.A.R: ]B <:>S _

the pink paper of the East Const, will be tae OalWo FloriUu,
******************* received.st the Melbourne Postoffice. WHOLESALE GROCERS

3 i i three
Note RICHARD W OOODE.-Real KataM Notary'( T. J. .Shave i I. borne for two or
yNewev :*' Contributed by Our Regular Publlo and Conveyancer. ARODI for AtiiaLiverpool weeks. *.


i CQ1'P' of East Coast, Correspondents.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT t1NNNN : Fir insurance the 1 and IDtere.ta LommnaniiOlobe.aiiil Companies.. at non-Bneeutl militants.HOTKL. Slteiiiloipalilto Hsrtfon. oalktMl.Soupperuong The Princess. ,, U on the ways, being Fruit andProduce Jobbers. ;

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..NNN.NNNN N.O.- NNNN.N.-N.-._N.N.y MKL.LKVUK-Melbourna, Florid A grapes are now ripe aDd
-- healthy winter resort on hlirh pine lane overlooking .- for sale to onr'stores.Mr. Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILT.K, Fr.A.
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-- the river Indian River hates; Stamt upwsnlern
as these
soon as small
mattersare
cleared up. WrIte.1..fur,. SiwoliU r.te. to rates.Moclnin per K.week M. *Call1lIII r .im''
READ THE Thin Improvement will be of vast importance .MlWagvr, R. W. C"III.be.l.l'r"l'rtewr.| Washington on a fishing trip.E. ,
: LIST 3 .
to all pilrtles living on or near Spiller It painting the new, grade
OUR SPECIALTY.
PURINA FEED
And Send Us Your Order. the St. I.ucle river, ns well as'on the In- Chua. 'r McBride spent last Sunday school building! on Highland! avenue, -

; dian River as far north all. Fort Pierce; In Daytoaa, and Is well pleaded with his Send Potatoes, Sled Peanuts and Cow P.allio season.ltl' .
and it behoves all our citizens to help visit. The various residence are being pushed .
the railway company and give them all to Completion and business good. /I. W e solicit consignments of Fruits and! Vegetables '
:a.T'E Mil. Mack and! daughter: Miss Edith,
---W JUG : the Co.assistance they can.rThe F." E. C. are visiting relative at Koseland thin The turpentine interest' at thin point _-,-_ -.. ., --, .."_ ,-, --- _, _.-
I'er.Oal. Ky. are doing the work merely as a U in the bands of Little! A) McNeil. I
labor of love week. now : Section I. The Jiullrlal power of the "state'
COPPER: DISTILLED. (1 63 and will spend thousand NOTICE OF ELECTION. hall Iw vested In a Hiiproiua Clronlt ,

"QUEENCITY. ... ., .. 200 TRADE of dollars to accomplish the object in Mrs Robertson Mrs E. 1. Itrnnch, Mrs. Wilder ol Went Palm Reach la Court, Courts of ltn"or c view and Mrs. John .Keiguson report a most visiting her filond, Mrs. Sum tor, this County,Judges siiil Juntlites. of the INwoa.rVwtlou .

'SUNNY SOUTH .... 2 BO Mrs. enjoyable time at Miami week a, nf Article V,of the romtltutlon of

GILT-EDGE. .. .,. 300 A : Kltclilcg! leaves to-day (Friday) I.KUIST.ATITRK OK Itxrt. the HUM of Vlorliln. Is hereby II"n".d.o ss to ?
for I la still
A. Mlllun
Sebastian; on Sunday will leave Se Captain 8. \Martin returned home lust away with the \v11EREA5'ruK "" "" ,, of IHHfl, of tho reach si follow:

PEDIGREE . .. .. 400OVERHOLT bastian for Jacktonillle and on Monday week after three months' travel and a steamer Lillian, which will be loft on1I1.cl&'oe Stale nr Florida ill. .l l>a*. seven .,..h.. 'I,0. tlnn B. Th.. Himreina Court nhall h" I'Sppollat.Jnriedh'tlou

... . .. .. 400 SPECIALTYOLD : she will I sail
HALIFAX.. .... 4 00 Instant Arapahoe she for will New York On the 13th Hiram Platt and wife have returned to Capt. Sloppy bus returned to Merrill's wan.! agreed the to l h State jr s vow ol Florldn uC" thiva, ,and fourlm this of usiii all iiilty appeals| ..rll/lIatllf: L. .Inll'In courts courts In oases, and arl of fT

board the steamship, their Melbourne after Inland after leaving bin steamer In care the mewtoni iHaiitmt to earl HOIIIWI; Hint the tun before otmiitv .* cerium., ,
home visiting relatives jll"IIIIn
Corapanla, of the Cunard Line, for of Bennett vote on said Joint" Resolutions were .iitan*! spun tuff tn their pn,"" / 'mate., ". In themenageln.nlof 4
in other parts of the State. Mrs. Capt. their > otl Journal it, with ,val. sad unvllinraon 05(51.(
! : MONEY aORNt )le'r30/ d England, This III Mrs. Hitch- rai : the of Ilfanta. and inoaaoa U
ing's llrat Sumner and Miss Sumner are guests of The I. R, A L W. Fish and siul llixy did ilaturiuhis I Hint llim-t I that of rnnvtutlon nf fnlonv II the, courts of + ,
lea Co.
trip to
England since she left Urn ...,lil Joint ItiMiiliitloii h.| .iiliinltt. ..il t<1 toe raotiril, and I In all eases In l
and
t ; BACK the Olo Country 20! years' ago Her numerous Mr. Mrs. 1'latt. at this point, have added, another launch electors, 0' thus male. st the General Ulaotlon: In tb* elruult oourta.1"lt,1 shale nrlalnatlnir have thapower 4

I-er.Gal.; friends at :Stuart and other places The new Hotel Carleton Is now being to their large Sleet of vemiols. Ncv.. .mber. 1U04.N to luua wrlt D8n""., ., certiorari ; d

N. C. WHITE. '-. $ i w! along the East Coast of Florida wish her admired by all who see It. When finished A number of wTiiKRsnmsI. II. CLAY rHAWPORD. IrblhlUol.' .>'|< .rr.hab..nor,,", antl c
: IF GOODS a our young people wentto Secretary ol tus State. of Florida. ilu hereby |gale tmarv tu the oomuletaaxaniina
pleasant voyage. It will be of the most comfort
one Melbourne A dance In nit turlnillotlon. JhCh.r the Ju" +
oo" on Saturday. n WHITE BETTKR .,. a able hotels In the State. Everythingwill tloas power, to lu writ of habeas.
Educational
hall the
: DON'T was attraction. ELECTIONwill oorpustoany purl nf the state upon petition
To be done for the of its
WHITE FME: Puts comfort b .behalf nl
Ail on
"'"e', ado- All. or any person held In satiiatouitwly It
guests. Capt. F. K. Colby reports this as the IM held l In each r."nI1'n' K' orlilA on Tueaday and may make pod ) writs
: SUIT; LAUREL-VALLKY ..., 3 00WE A grevlous wall times comes as a result busiest sonson- at Maoatawa\ Mich., In nest uiitHMMlinic toe. ant Monday Novell iMifor hhnself or the supreme l ..."C"rnahl.. or.y U'' o
of unbearable pain from overtaxed A number o'f the carpenters and laborers yeaia. The Captain and Mrs. Colby will b.r, A. U. HN. his wad Tiiuilny( 'Immu the JNatlo "'...e..r. or before any emote jiiilit*, .
who have been working the when not returned toth* 8nprein' Court, ana.1
be In Eau
Oallle In the
dizziness backache liver Full
organs
,
com that mirt always lia.Rmitlon .
plaint and But thanks Hotel Carlleton, left here, last Saturday, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, C. MI.II i
constipation. to
HAVE OTHERS- for their homes as their woikonthe E. A. M. Stewart has opened a livery; II, of Arlliile' V, of the Constitution f
Dr. King' New Life Pills, they put an hotel Is done. Only the finishing, to biiBlneiis and will have a line lot of carriages for the ratification or rejection thssslil Join nf the state. of Florida I Is hereby, amandaU a.
WRITE US end to It all. They are gentle but and saddle horses Hwolutlium |in>|xMilnii AumiidiniinM to the Con to read .follow|
be done now. for hire. This titnllun of the elate o( Florida, 'Is: 1Seclusive
thorough Try them. Only 25o: at Red Is another sign of the town's "Hvntlon 11. The 1"1 Courts 111.
J. J. 3 Cross Pharmacy Tltusvlllij, Fla. Mis. John Ooode writes to relatives progress.The AUTU'LK XXI. Initial' jurlmlli'UiHi In .hll. 1
WILLIAMS I I
here that she and her daughter firs 1.. 'lal'lle. now manufacturing plan iUliy| AlsuIna6ooyeat15w, not ooKnlaablnlivlnmlor 4
,.
mnuiidiimnt. l the Ciinuttlou I ,
"11.' the follnwhiu ronir-, and In all C. Mi ore, are enjoying life In lleuderonvlllt at ihe !K. C I I.tkS: (;0.'* ysldsIenaaly. of HIM HUi s ur .. loi ItlH. Iw, mill tlm uuiw U, the lHtfllty ol ally tea, mua-anient, or Ilvnl"lfK) 5

P. O. Box 401. Jensen.Mr. ), N. U. They have toned a pleasant ready for bllllln"..... and will add consulerably h..roby Hnr..ml in, mill iliull be ulimllUHl. u toe the Sill l.u of altwtiiitint, snit. of all" atitlon In
In which to the to the stall uf work men employed. vlKutur ui' this. state .( HID m n.i'.l nluotlun In volYh'l' the imp.* .., 'lxiiuiilarle' of real r'
spend
spot summer
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.vvvmvvvvvnmvvmvvvrir. Muv>! .tuli...r, lw, fur UIUntloii ur rvjttuiiiiii.Bvotltiii iirhuliial cc... not tHiunUtlil bv Inlarlorooort 4
and have found numbers. of nice Florida *. sad' orltilnal Jui fiillnrlun, nf sflt
Stark Is building his residence In guests where they am boaidlng. HU ..r Aitlole Klitlil!, nf the Coimtllutlonof of rorinlilH entry, sad' unlawful "detainer
A large of Hinaiithiio J.I
North Jensen. shipment hmtmilioldhas goods lhuni''It'll tltirltU, I* liurouy of aiiull+ ornnr aa t5. Legislature! I ;
The dance at Educational hall, last aruved for II. "V. Tiear and have M tu nod iw ft>lows. i 'ma* 'Immure. ThfV.Ihllll.I.1 ". anal l al..lat, ,

The-dally rains are preventing build- Saturday night, wax a Vera pleasant affair been placed In his new home to await Hmitlond, Tu. nlxlsuira shall, | .. .
Stuart.. lugs being pushed! forward. under the ruaaauement of John his arrival about Sept." Int. Mr. Treat'sold the wlwitlon, liy tlit 1".lIft".1| al.uare ullluun u( muilouuntjr % .rl.hll J In Ih."nl pnuntyv of court,aanon r ,before snit elvlt 10. ?rd
of thus lolluwlug otxmt) I J\hlr' al..I.de"
Nicholson The ankle was furnished home Is. lu Nuifollc V.i. napes. \ 1/ the r.d.l of ;ih i
jlldl
II. J. Schultz is preparing to enlargehis by Mr. Koerger of ludlanola. A clerk of the utranlt ooiut s sheriff. aim 'luenM or ..tlllr.or any municipal, oourit i'
residence with an addition. Among ttihlu, .County SMUMMifof. .,., .a miiiniy laxutilliMtitir of all cases arlalnit' I .I.. juviltaa .. the pose fit
Curd Schroeder Is hauling; building the visitors we noticed Mr. and Mrs, a ooiinty trtnutiirrr a all,miixtrliiiniiuvu. In nountlMS lu which. tl..1 Is ti"t ooiinty teen,
material to bis home place on Uie river Jensen Is Mast pushing ahead, although Theo. Curler and son, Messrs. Fuquav, The Death Tenuity.A ut 1,uhllu luatniutinii unit .s auiiuty mirvvjror or nourk of retiord, ."I.nl"lm| and epj t

we do not "blow" much over It. Brett and Phillips of Daytona;; It. K. little .1.11)lrl.'I"lu.' ni. niattnra arising. ''Klro.
front, and will make some Improvementsto 'thing sometimes' results In The unit of iiltlcm of all enmity uOlcier men : tn their prolmte
his residence) I The School-bouse addition Is under Johnson, Goods)); '!. 8. Sanders, IndianoU death. Thus a mere scratch, liiHlKnlll tloiiml In thl. uiillun slush tin fur four y..rb.lC.ptthat illnilon ur tu ( .,.r'al..llt., Interest of J.rl.*
Walter Hatter Mr Blair thus mriii or omus of the euuutys..e..lr : andufnth eater ni.ittt-r the IseR151aa1ri
'
; Sharper; cant outs or puny bolls have paid the aa
John
way. Jensen Is rushing matters of tMXiM, uoiinty tea iiolluolor SIM
Mr and Mrs. N. II. Parks entertaineda Along. Meirltt; Mr. and Mrs Harry Christian, death penalty. It Is wine to have Buck county treasurer, shah ll) Iw for twit ytmrn, mill' shalllucv.pnwort.. ulrmill i* writ court of ami nianilamua jmlitmt, fl +

number ot friends at cards on Tuesday Miss Florence Hodgson, Miss VVhitncre;i len's Arnica Salve ever handy. It's the tI.. K
evening Mr. and Mrs. Parks 'are quite Major A. J. Lewis, of West Palm Messrs. Claude Edge, John Shave and bout salvo on earth and will prevent fatallty .. ... tliey slush. nUotnil nil for umm of omu.rsuuoled foil lialien unrpus| sad all wills" proper or necessary '
with the Beach was a pleasant visitor to Jensen Leland MoMulllan of Eau Oallle. All y popular young people. when burns sores, ulcers and piles /In this I Mintiuii nlmll, !ba Inototl for anus
the guest of B. F. Hull. report a most enjoyable evening. Re. thieaten. Only 2."io at Red Cross I'liar. of four ywtri. 'Ilivlr power, dot,.. ..uil oimiINiiiwtlloo /.. of Article' V, of th. C..I.'UO.
The F. E. O. Co.'. pile-driving gang; Is freshments were served. Tltusvllle. uliiill btJ |>n .urll>..i| by low nf th. State of "''nrlh. la hereby .". i ,
here; also the diving gang. The men Rev. II. II. ones preached a good sermon macy, .to mail a* ::

will be hero several months, building to an appreciative congregation on ""","nn M. Vpon the air' >llnatlnn of a .d
the large dock, which the 1". E. C. Ry. Sunday evening In spite of the rainy Kntl of slitter J"lght. ARTICLK XXII. //.rIY of the rculnrfcrail voter of any nuniity- r
Indianola. $tst. the I llstiira. shell sntabllah
weather. That the following Kmimilmmlt to thus Con |{ In ,
"
Co. Is having built here. "Two physicians had a long and stubborn \ tlltitlnn of til. scare of Horld I.. suit HiMium such noiintv aouuri of reitoril, and) there shall \ "

An almost sudden death occurred In fight with an, aboess on my right In her..l>y SKiriwil: t<>, and shall. Iw .uhmlite lug Cue, JtulK for scab nf elm altl. oourta who
'BenJ. Park now rides behind a fiery Jensen last week-the wife of Joseph lung" writes J. F. Hughes of I-hil'ont txi the nlwuii or the HUtts st the generalelcoloh .halllwai praotlflin. sttornay-aC-laiv' an., whO I'
steed, which U owned by A. C. GufTen. uan1t? Mrs. 8. J. 11'101.11. visiting her daughter In Use lot rstlltukilon. or rejnotlun.seotdun5of oh,1 tin aiiiolntail| by the (o.'I.r amt .unIrl'IIlly -
Brown caused from Internal Ga. ) .
Injuries itave me up, Everybodythought the senate sad hi* .
Mr. GufTen Is a doctor and baa Mr.\ A. A. Duck, at Urmond, Ill, 101.1
horse four he annual the
sustained accidentally. Site leaves a my time had corner As a last "' Artlols ,oJ.of the f'nimtltlltloil II year 1.I"r I
undertaken to cure Mr. Parks' steed of husband to mourn her death as well as resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery During the hard blow last Monday afternoon hereby initiiiltHl m lu tu nail s* follows Ih juilicii. nminty of ealil wh.''.'lIr."<.h hull rniirl Iw i I.nlil" quarterly, ,and by ,

rheumatism, from which she has been many friends. Her remains were Interred for consumption.' The benefit I receivedwas tremendous.. water spout Section VIII. Ksoh miiiniy shall I.. m<|Hlrai" hall IM aa fnllnwau, ] In ""lnl."llllh"than ). '

suffering for lorne time. In the Cemetery, the Rev. Mr. striking/ and I was on my feet In a started at Sparpus and went up the river to _.mill oollnot snniinlly. for thus 'I''rS| flf call thoueaml |Itl"llIthl. thmmaml dollar @
few of pulilla Ira milKx.U tlitimln, s tea lor nut IBM *t In oountlei fifteen thoiuMmrt tn
On Wednesday the following party Sawyer officiating. days Now I have entirely regained Abakka pineapples will soon be /going throe (.1)) inilU or more' then psych ((7)) nillU 01 thirty "thoutaiitl |,,|>lilatlou, ,, sixteen hundred ,
went down 'to Gilbert's Bar and spent my health." It conquois all coughs, out from here. About all the earlier tile "dollar of all ls,. '|. m ths. ..in.. 1..II..r. ; In cnnnllM of f mm thirty tlioii.aml t = ,
colds and throat two
'h..t "
and troubles.
thf.ncl
the day fishing: and surf bathing: Mr. Was' Wasting Away. Guaranteed Ked Cross lung varieties have boon shipped, and good d..I"\.I.lln. I o."t.. ,1"1"1 tlntn ,.rty'ftY. .

and Mrs. J. M. Smith, David. Jackson by Pharmacy prices have been received. ARTICLE: XXIII.Thit .... .. .., dollar -
Mr, The following letter from Robert R. Price 0o and *1, Trial bottles free. *i ami, ..I criminal;uourt* of Sa
J. C. Hancock and Miss Edith the fol!nwlnir siii.nili,,"", 'u the ronstltuinn r..r. i
The Is about lalilmheil this Slut.hall, SIOMlion
Watts, Salem Mo. Is Instructive. I mango teason;>> over, 'but |
Hitching. All bit and tint RVIIIII ''
repotted an enjoyabletrip. of tlmfttsMof rinrldn of this .. ,himnm and li* court
troubled "o.ln..I.
have been with klndney disease the grapes and, guavas are coming:, on suit nlmll Iw subinltuiit l
I I. linreliy SKrtmil to 1 .f "'" ". Snit all oiUnersnf f
for the last five years. I lost flesh Ceorgiana. with prospect of a good fall crop of : the: ulnntors; of thus: Shale 50 the 11eserel such crbnlnal0.1,1(15, of reooril shall li* ortlnar .

Capt. BUkoslea Is laid up for repair, and never felt well and doctored with pineapples, bl'h'jlolllt( up to the orange liiotlon. .In :>Novsuilwr A, 1>, HK>4, for rstlHusUoi of Such court, and ilUobnrit tha ilutleai
or r.JooUoli. nod receive the einoiumenra of snob the
caused "by falling from the flsb-hoiua leading physicians and tried l all remedies season aenlu-making a succession: of splratlun. .,1h.I, ... of 11111 '
pr"
"Hm-tlnn"" IS of Article V, of the Constitutionshall ter.I olh. .
dock Mrs. Blakeslee suggested without relief. Finally I tried Olin Ulscock visited his father and fresh fruit for the past year.
on Sunday night. Iw and Is hereby siiiwiiiliil. *" ss to read MHmaliin Hnntloil OT, of Arlinl, V, nf the Ccimitltutinn Iof
has arrived from Spruce Bluff to nurse Foley' Kidney Cure and less than two mother several days: lost week. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Sweeney, of Day tollnws! the 5wt. rat Flurlda, I0 her S'..y semi d.e1 1 an >. tlmtlnn

her father-in-law and we all hope that bottles completely cured" me, and I am Neal Hatnlin of Miami came tone, are the fond parents of a /lino son, / IS, Tlis nlnUturn Ills' oritunlwi: / hiKiiintiiM .. tu ruail .full w.: $

the Captain will be out again In a few now sound and well. Sold by Red up on. born In July. Congratulations: aro extended .nut ss It limy think'I:: |irot> r auntyrunrtswldnti.h "/ W.! The r days.J Cross Pharmacy, Tltuavllle Fla. Saturday for a long: visit with his grandparents : Ilhavepurl.dlnUnnn 1 f sll IMUHM*! HiiliiMlvn juriiulliitlun of all criminal ntuuia, not
to them stun the
: 111" and Mrs. Page to grandparent, I Uw m wliloli. lli. ilmiisnilorvsliiiinf lhs pro|lerty CSllulwfdob' .hull oleo" In .alit county, end
Mr. and Mr. Oeo. W. Hobuyler: of tills /lnvol,..il shall not ..,,_1 fty. hunrlra't d.. ; uf all rani-a at law, In whlnlt th ilenmnil, or
Mortimer Smith and bride are Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and daughter, place. rrlntlnv to tlis forelbU entry 01 r valus of the |.,."itarty dues nut .x.enft. one tlmiiaaml -
spending the woek here, boating and South Rockledge. Miss Nina returned from their week's unlawful': r:: detention of Isnds.ud tnanint{ and. dollars' end nmiiiurranl with tb. "lallit
llshlng on the St. Lucie. On Tuesday visit to Mrs. U ret her, Mrs. English and (laughter of mUilaineanora' ....1 heel a.pellatw| jurledla nlrl. shall bvs.veluld,0. )11,1..lrtlmt .
Miami( on Saturday
I tlou In loll .In the court of the tlai. I
essa.nslng 'iitiliiitf r. Inir tn rn.Clhf. ntry tmlaw-
Mr. and Mrs. Smith went to Fort PierceIn I Miss Eliza, /and Muter John It juatluva of the PIM I hit iletulimr. "f laud, tanainant Ili
Judge Hancock's launch. They made Miss Harriet Wilkinson Is visiting Miss Mrs. Jennie Sums and little daughterhave i Urethet left, Monday, for their !homo 'inJacksnnvllln ''
inch b d. novu 4 th*
trial of *
the return trip In eight hours. Mr. and Dora Breese this week. been visiting Mr and Mrs. liower after several month- slav option Tr a of the ul/i IUnt.al'I."a'| | The may uoiiuiy Jiitluu auaMlb Hwitlimttll, of Artliila V, of tl, Cantlfntlim

Mrs. Smith registered at the Stuart and daughter Miss Hattle, for a w ek.Robblo at their winter borne among the orange the jiiilmof: musty uourt, and. .ball .bean or the ittat nf Fit", I.IM. la I hertitiy amended ec
house.lj. Mr. Ronsse is busy patting the Dut- Ilarnett who his groves of Indiana)" attorney aC.'_. a* to r..I aa follow i

ton grove In fine condition. spent vacation bs sleeted thus .,la..t uik,allnn 211. There liall tIe .tx term of 'beCnun
.Imll) qnnllHad
chore by
Moreton Murray representative of of a month at his grandparents, Mr. Since Mr. and Mrs M. ThompMon. of ore of mild. rummy at the tone when the aid. u[ Itouonl' In tart,I,,u.
Well If red and
the well-known and up-to-date commission Mesdames Llpp spent and Mrs. llls ock, left for Jacksonvilleon Monltt, went north to Murlun, ()? firs jl"llIII: electail a priMuiimtlnic attorm-y fur .,,.lditourt $esldan21of A rU..I. V, of tre 'onMtutlnn I
house of Marx\ Bros Jacksonville\ Wednesday visiting Mrs. M. Frey. Saturday. Thompson hits found It necessary to who nhall hold mine, for four y....... nl too Hliittt nf F''rlol.' ., Is hurehy auianailail ..
.
Ills! niitln and conimiimtlon. .ahull lie ,prmcrllwill .
whose ad. can be seen on the Stb page of J. E. Bettler I Is at Malabar this week, Fred Tliayer Is spending two weeks undergo a severe surgical operation! going law Hni'li court| my lie alHillliail,/ al the a* Hi mail aa follow: r

the E. ADVOCATK:, Is one of the bestliked overseeing some orange grove work. to Dr. Lawrence's private hospital plauaiir of the I..t wlaiur '-MINI!Inn ST. There shall h* fur such cinirr.iif
very pleasantly at the beach at Ocean Columbus where Kith: the rmioril |>r' **fiiiitliiir "U"'II.". It* li* naiueiltlia .
that counts on July I
traveling men cross- C.. H. Hlbbs has bee mowing and us. lie expects to noon leave for his erallofl op- rroridud' that all county. ]J".II|||IM holding, sail I'lMinty aolldltfiT' who Pil-ftll li* apfMilntail h>
ties on the F. E. C. Ky He Is commonly home In to. the balance was successfully pei.formed. It oltlon. al tI'lI railll,mtIon o( till.* amendment shall time ikvenr.r and nonnrnieil tiy tee r>nire.amlwho
Johnson's Wisconsin
called "The ladl,,"' drummer," and spraying B. L. orange grove. spend Is gratlllylng to learn' through letter received continue In the .....r..l.. of tb* ilutliM. thereofaiuionllnic i dull h..1 ollln fur four year*. His ooinpenatlm -

the ladles In this section say, "Mort. Is Mrs. M. C. Salmon was a caller upon of the summer. from her this week, that "she Is I to their. reaptiotlv loininleiilon, and snit [ .h.1 b* Cast ny law J
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until turn uiM'ewwir are duly qiiallnHil
dandy." Mr. Murray was; in Stuart on doing as well us could be expected. ", Article' V, ..f the Crr Theda Hall and
Mrs M. Frey aud Mrs. Ed. Lindsay on M I rs. daughters: Misses l.r..I".1| further astnlrll.hed "inyuanintyllin of"' : of KlortiU' Is aiuend.il *u
Wednesday Ad.i and Estelle from UeLand arrived I We sincerely hope that she may soon be ball herti ft>ir lie In hereby)
Tuesday.E. a. ti> read. s* ful|(>w*:
(tile. atom the thugs of tldountr/ iballliol
restored to her usual/ strength and henlth.. minnty
J. K. Ingraham, 3rd Vice-President of M. Breese spent Saturday and Sun last Tuesday week, and I are cosily located \ "l hula nltldn and perform tb* dntlet ../judge, "$anllon 'ft. All orTence. ..rtnhl In the nonrtu
the F. E. C. Hallway Co., and the follow his In the Iymn cottage for a mouth's ---- of 11.01111.11$ court ,until. his toriii ur out '* shed of record shall proearuteil upon Inrnrrnatioikimler
day at Georgian, visiting daughter, rest and recreation.Mrs. When Other MiMllclitPM lltivo .xplra. oarli, and nor IHI Hlail si any "....,
log party stopped here Wednesday, on Mrs. C. D. Provost.We whether th* eourt I I. II aeMlon ,.r not, by theeiiuniy >
their way to White City, aboard Mr. In- Carter and I'alled llilinr! the goad jury of theclrcuncourlforlb.euIntylowhich
daughter Miss Rosa
eraham's"private yacht Enterprise: I). see by reports Is some papers that AltTKLK "X I V. alil court

E. Austin laud agent of,the F. E. C. Ry. the orange crop of the State will not be and Mrs. Bower and t daughters; Mrs. take Yo ley'. Kidney Cure.( It bas cured That the following. amanilnienl K> the Con.iltuiloii .f rniord le I held, may .Indict for, iilTence trl-

Co ; Mr. Frederick civil engineer; !Mr. as large as last year but In this section Mams and Miss Hattie, and the little when everything has disappointed. Kor .' of the Maid of n...rlda bn, cud tlwam abl.lwlie if I iii'h. Indictment niiirt of .. .itI: l'ion lodge til* flmllnirif aball'
granddaughter, Miy: were calling: on sale Ked Cross Tltusvllle. U baraby acrMiil to and nlmll Im sntnnl.1.e
by Pharmacy
DuPont the king of Hastings; of Indian River Indications point to a eummlt or ball the ao"iiwil for trial. }In t..1. court
potatoe Auntie Hughes on last Thursday wetk / t" tlw al cum of tae State at tha ceoaralItHitlou
Cha H. Emerson editor of the Fort larger crop than a year ago, ---- In IWH for rotinoatlun. or r'J..tl..n.Tit. or ball r..r.l.ImiiK'llately and the nonntv rile Mtllrltnr of > anon '

Pierce Newel Mr. Ingrabam and party A. r':. Brunei and family turned ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? .., Htwtlon 10of. Article S of till O.n.eltil- upon such 1..I"tn.n''hn"nanl, 11'"m..Uuoh..d '

stopped here to see Judge lIancack,concerning Suicide Prevented.The from Eau Oallle to their home here on Um of the <|MI. of Florida. I I. beraliy smanilil formation tb.Sue t.bl.trlwl.anntlonW 4

the business which brought the Saturday, and on Tuesday left for Tennessee so S4 to real aa follow!: of Article' V, of the r
party here which was to Inspect the startling annoucement that a preventive where Mrs. lirnner and daughter, A few years ago travel north ward at BsetlnnIC. Ths irwlil of the Xtat hall not the State of riortils. I I. haraby sinaiuletl I

upper waters of the St. Kucle river, as of suicide[ had been discoveredwill :Miss Beth, will spend the summer with his season of the year was extremely' tM fdeiltfeil or I.."..', lo any Indlrliloal' noneMtny a* t nail .follow i

fora. White City. The Florida East Coast Interest many. A ruin down systemor relative Mr Bruner goes to the Fair light, for the reason that all the touristuhad | uirnoratlun or a*..Mlatlon 1.ux.'kholder nor shall' theStub ,,In MfW+tlon St Ttiar* shall IM no nminty ( "
IMMIOIU J joint owner or In where of
suicide1 any county a coma ntflril 1*
Railway Co. propose to straighten the despondency Invariably precede at St. Louis where he will meet his sister departed, and there were not very an, .... "' miHii-iitlon or onrporatlnn TlwL.01.Ietureslush Ubllehail.

river and clear It of all obstructions! and something baa been found that and her hu.band.Ir.. and Mrs. R. U many home folks to go. A glance at the not authnrlM. any cnnnty, city

such as fallen trees, logs; etc., which will prevent that condition which makes Burcbflel, and daughter Miss. Frances ships of the Clyde Lane, as they glide |"wmtpany".. .. district, a..ela.lion toIacomaa.uakh.iulorinsoy 0'Mention the Star HI, of of Art Fllrhi.Ho V.I I. hereby of the smamlail Coiintltiill.in aa "

have become lodged.; The object U to suicide likely. At the first thought of formerly of this place, but now of An. gracefully. from their d.a. :k. at Jacksonville or florporati'in ur t>i obtain' or appropriateiminey t reail an follow i

drain more perfectly the many hundred elf destruction take Electric Bitters It thony, Kansas; and Mr. Uruner's two will convince the beholder that for or to loan Its 4-reillt: lo Indivlduall:; : 'Mrtlnn ao The* clrk nf thai Mmr/ of amid

of acres of rich vegetable and orange being a great tonic and ntrvlne' will brother. Rev M. C. Bruner, of Athens, inslneU fine with this popular Steamship tlfm,that Mwotlatlon.. lumltutlon I or athorls oniiilclpal -- hall be .leofeil bv th. elector (if the rountvn
land the Iftcle river. Work strengthen the nerves and build up the of north cops tb LKlratur may which the noun la eetabll>hail, sail shall lioliliinim
Each
on Upper St. TenD : and J. E. UruDcr. Galesburg Company. ship goes oariiwrationa to relieve from mnnlnlpaltaxation .
will the .tem. Its also a great; stomach, liver sill weekat with full and hear of a* to th* mnn- for four Y. ,.. and M m0npeneatlnnhall
commence as soon as companycan Illinois. The party \ spend a a list of passengers" we for aarh l-erlml year | h. by law. Tlieherlff .
get the necessary right-of-way, eta I and kidney rrgulator. Only 50o. Guaranteed the Fair, and then go Augusta, III., nothing but praise of the Clyde Mae 1"1".1' authorltloa may that amm profmr I louat, within any rnanitfa the. .h.ll"ft..1' ..eontlv.ufllrer nf naul .O"r..empty; .
may
A dredge and snag boat will be sent up by Red Cross Pharmacy. to visit their father who U nearly hyears' /) service. al'l. tnrlnyanunrprl inunlalpalliy, bnlno"mth exemption shall '. .' fa.shall |be Cad by .. I

_. ___ c ____ of age. All the living/ members A trip to Now York by the Civile 1 Line t.. for a luOK.r parked. ""baa.Rein year. rtlonSI, Article, V, of the Constitution of

5Y+5Y11ItYY p+fYYYYM of the family will be at the reunion, with 1. a moat delightful experience, for on st. Miat* of iriorliU, I hereby amended s> an.
It..ItY1/afYlttfYsf pVV V K1tYY VYi f b SrlYsla5s1YYo5 .l F.rt Ms5 ll the of Mrs. Annie Hnghes heir floating palaces can be found all read follow.antlon '
sf w
..f Est 4f exception .
.... f..sfl/isF...F.INt +}1tF..4Ytf...F.. ARTICLE XXV
: .. and her brother, J. W. Bruner, Oeorgl- he comforts of home; staterooms are M. All rnte nf pra<*tlr* i..n..cSh. .

*. .* P .... TELN'X,; : ::E] ,41.. ana, Fla. clean and airy and their tables' are sap- tullmt That of the th'o'I.lnl' amendment.riorlila, rM anda the (hereby mutt courts. clri of"ult rwuril curt' IlIal, It* 81''lbl.. In tie

II'.TDIISTft': piled with toe best of everything to eat. agreed to and M..I suhmittarl' to Ih* .u>rsof al .f Inl. 18..1. to 1.Imil.
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:IIOM: >0 :: :::: court i r. cor. .
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,..... __ ____ ______ Special summer excursion tickets are the Hiat at the n o rel election In Ninrem- nwnrtl <'nanv** of Venn air"tll ha a
.4- -0 ..<< TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. now on sale at the low rate of .IS round bar, uot, ratlrt-'atkiii u rejection.IWtlon court of recoil tn another f nand or .,
*.> -e to th* elruult court of another ,winner for Ik.
trip between and Now York so
the only Jacksonville of Arf."Vl.111 b .Dd ... U
represent and11nderth.law.' I.
beard this advice and \VE senses, iavldlnf
You have probably sage .
:: INSURA ::: Urst-cla passage, meals ami stateroom .t r..as Mm raiuoa, sad ruler tb. I..W'pro.ngforehangingthsveal's
** Home Industry in the Insurance Du.lneATIlE SUWAXN'EK The following are the times of arrival berth lueludrd. This rate conpl 'd with '' _tln" The rlh'atnre ahall fld.fat from th ".nI
Fla. :::: the elegant line the l nulilli. '." .. of one empty to the rlrmsll of annthr mrnslyTtM .
of Lake
: CE COMPANY OF FLORIDA, City, and departure of passenger trains to and service or this popular al
*; law* II nay aoact. All c.l.k'n. of the ()OT>rnor m*r. In hU .. .1,1" the
the Florid!' Legislature- :: from THusvllle: should induce the people>> of Florida to p.n.Conn and ali... (J"'lla,ileol.lon, Iroilit Julia hating J Jeonrtof In'I..I.I.! ..of I. .
.... Recommended by IOtITB_V.D. take trip and enjoy the Invigorating!| .t.U fre* 'I pu"l"a,"' |""*"". any count*. ..".. farm of
I In BrevarJ :: life giving of Old Orrxn. cwr Jnilcnient ftuprein Court shall. s ".urS.' record .f such county tl purpose y
zr-We: write policies anywhere County. i# f..sve.Tltav11leforMlamland ;stOfialatcrmsdlsM ozone tab .rTeei until the opinion of tb* court In of ,,1"1; caae tn which true judge cor
i f C. 11. W..U.TOJil'II -ot. mch eae* .ball W filed with U clerk ..aidart. of (.1 h dl.'I'lhld.' ''nt. tl any %
:* SCHUYLER & WILSON. :: points al 10 M p m Tltusvill, FU. o can.al "., _o. shall by.
trial. by t .
XOBTVBOVVD.UsveTltnsvUlefor Iba aaro right to ju> <
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. :: by referee* .may exist a.lar Ibis ronatltulion -
: jMksoavlIle I ':12. m .r his Uw reference to caaa la I
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.:: W. also R.pr..t th. Standard Companlee-ALLof which have ,j* 'iIrWe cannot guarantee to publhb ARTICLK XXVI. alt' _n. ov may.I&I jmto 01 the court"I.

:: 'atood the Test of Tlmev-OVER FIFTY YEARS. :: ..cllatonaeclJa&o point* st J 1 :13 p m Item that do not reach tills office before Haetion I. r Article, V. of the Con.itltiitl.Hlvf record b* ....I'.lft.. Defer tn* cause ,. lbetCootiaued .

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 5. 1904.
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huge corsage bouquet By- fair Lenten \
Coast
y Florida East
A that not penitents Bud oolorml orchids and pur I Ry.
crop pays may pie violets are afffcted. ,

pay as well as it should.Potash. Two very popular which Chicago roses are LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. I In Effect June 4, 1904,
Mme. Chutenuy, Js straight

steiniricd. and little subject to mildew y SOUTHBOUND-HEAD DOWN. 1II0IlTH."UND-IIIAD ?,,
and Uncle; John, named for the well vwi .
known horticulturist "Uncle John" a' p ..... 1I..t 1 STATIONS.TTbagCV / N.. 8 "..71
Dally. 1>
DaUJ"1: e.tI7.
The latter Is a fine commercial
it a plant fixxl which all 1 crop mat have. Thorpe. 40 ..................... .. JaokeouvUleSo .............. .... Ar TeST
roxy. .. .......... .. .Lr
... Jacksonville
j 01 P 4al........ .. Op
Without sufficient I'otiwU to feed uponno The new rasa La Detroit Is described I 16 p IV OS......... ... ....... .Augustine... ... .............. .... 7401
I that i Up u We. ................... ....:... Battings...... .. ........ I.. Ito'
reach
crop can as of soft shell pink shading downto -I 01 p U /l where it 6'11. at the base heavy and
point pays < silver ; petals Mp Ar............................FaJalka. ........... ... ..........Lv lua
: Experiment* have de. waxilke, J perfume delicate and foliage r rye IH u 16. LV ........................Jpftlatka.. .... .. .......a............Ar T 00. l18p

nionslratcJ the value 1J ( pleading. .10 -1-s...... ............... ...S.. Mateo ..........................L" -.. ..- --
of Potash.W 1 1 Mont pot plants, well established and r 8 00 a Lr ........ ........ ....Sea )(.&80...... .. ... ..... .......... Ar T 61. Woo.

4 growing thrlftly will .need water oncea Lv ............................ Neova .......,........... ........LY seta ,
.will, rend free, day. I I" p ............................,..Bunn.lle. .....................,..... Pea! a Mp
to lam.r00 bloHaoms ............... ........... ...Dupon.. .... ....... .. ...... .... sass 1M P
calla side
any A twin lily two I 53 ,SMI p ...............:............Ormond ...:.......................... 1117. 1 ,
will! wrin" for it, a side U remarkablefreak ... .. ... ...... ........
by on ono stalk a p ............ .. ... .. .....Daytona. 'lI6a 1
liillc bonk tint, will developed at 1> p ..................Po'IOr.np.::.........:.....,.......... 44. fiH'
Wayne, 11.
11111 f"c<./In full .m"ru... .......!... .. .......... 21 a
It seems probable that Bartram's gardens 4 O/5yp..N.-w. Hill..... ......:................ sa ''II
GERMAN KALI I II f 1 8 p :.. .... ...............Tlcuaville.............,.........-...... IS..Tlbbala. p
WORKSN. i of rhllndolpbln are to be made tobloHKona I1 p........:......................On.Rnokledtce................................. at a II!
as of yore with rare trees and fl I ap ........................ .,........... .... ............. .4 ar a r !O p
.. V.rk- i. 1 ., 1* 14 iMi a P .................... ...Z." .............................. U 00.
W NanM Slratl,MAll rarer flower It Is a place typical ul JJ ............................ blelf>ourn.........._.M................ s. U U.
/ nu, OkIIM -- colonial days and full of Interest to 1 08ICJ) ID .............................8rbattan.............................. 60IS a 11 OIl
So. In.dIL" f' .. .................... .. ...>rt. Lu.-le. .... .. .. ....... .. OS) a 1M.
botanists. .1.* ..:........ ..:..... Fl, ........_......:..:................ 101.0,
N.wa.w.mNt.J.VIOLET Forsythia suspensu thrives In northerly Ma. lOP ...........:.:.:..::........... .........__... ............. 55 P ...
Tri-Weekly Sailings (41 .... .........................Eden................................. tll. I..a
exposures or shady places / / ....:..........................Jensen .,.............................. 0 to,
47Ma .............................. .81uar................... ............... 1 Olp IICI,
and NEW "YORK. t nil ...........................Rob' Bound........................... 0.. P t 06,
CULTURE. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE Waa ............. _...J..W..tJllplt4r..............__......... 148*
Opaac iI MeMa *Y p .......................... W. PelmBeaeh ......................... 11 Nil I 1M1,
e"Jeowii .. Cold Kr. for K..f... Cures a cold In 24 hours. Do ache C p.............................Bnyn Ion.......,....... ................ ilea
a m you Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) I OS* f' p ...............................D A Summer 1'rodnvtlon.T'oleU and feel feverish, one or two Upaao Tablets 1M I. P .. ................ ......JIIt. I..ud..rda..........'.... ............. 01 p U.
bo rultlvated easily as are just what you need they tone Coastwise Service 1 torn p .................. .......... Hallsndale..p.' ,.... ............. M p 1 M.
ran an the system and drive out all feverish The Finest Steamships in the S44 U 1> .... ................._......Lemon City.............. ......0..1... 10 p/ lOa
:geranium ami., even with less cure u* lymptoias.up Don't take 'quinine; Opaao 1 Wa : 85 pAr........... ............ ... ...KI.m&..............................L" 00 P MsBAtTTOBD

geranium yiunt be replanted every I. a tonlo which does lasting good. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

;year, while violet are perennial, nays Opaao is a small chocolate coated tablet '. Direct Service BetweenJacksonville f BBANCH. ORANGE: CITY. BRANCH.heVtj .'

liD American Agriculturist writer Th and Is sold at 25o a box by Rnd Cross Ne.'lDally
Violet throw out long runners, like the Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fl*. ? Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. Pail BTITIOnr.i' Ne.12Dailjr.! I Pally BTATIOHI. D Merrpir.lly pall]*.

strawberry plant, and every one of (Calling at Charleston, 8. 0., both ways) T06atta L"......,. Tltu.vt11..An 11 HPII $ Op HMOa L...N. 8 yrna..Ar I 5J
these little rootlets will form a new SEMI-WEEKLY SAIUNOSs *. Lor.......... 0.11..4' >Lia> } {lp 1111* LT, Lnkn Helen .Ar I"p isp
plant If the roots are formed when To Lift Ont n Tee. Southbound..,,..../.... .. ...... ........ .. .......... ... ..tromLew'. Wharf, .Boston I Me T.A..Bnterprlee.........Ar 11 M>a Mp00p llSVa Lr.Orancr. Je.Lrll lop pip
you buy the plants they ,wlI| start to The jacking shown In the Illustration Nortbtound.. .........."....". .......... .. .............from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville t I M a ...r......... ....for4 ..........Lr 10 W. 4 1140a Ar. .Or.Clty SP S lip
Is used for lifting out dead reach -
grow at once. The soil for the violet No. IS Me.23 Nu. 21Dally. Ne. 19Dally No.t Ne. i No.SO No. ttDally Ho. 24 j
bed should be broken up to the depth stump and small grubs of all kinds. Clyde St. Johns River Line. litlandSunday .I| Daily MAYPORTBBAHTOH. Dallyoe Al.ad
Any handy man can make one. The except Daily a tSund'y Dally Dallyii uady
of foot. Mix liberal -of
one a supply nly Sunday eel
upright ('I two and a half feet long (DeBary tlne.J
cow manure and work It up fine with three Inches thick and eight Inches BETWEEN JA'JKSONVILLE AND 'SANFORD. .eop 41 P 4 BOp t OOP a Ma L.1'ckeooT'e Ar TOOa ltoa lOOp 100 p ipp p
the earth; then net In the roots one foot 1 18 p 4 Sop a oaf 0 Ma Ao.JaoKSonTllle M a S n a II 01 p 11 p l la p
wide. The bottom plank Is one and a Stopping at Falatka. Aitor, Be. franoln. Hereford(DeLand, and intermediate land- ao p : IOp IMp 10 Mala ..Pablo Beach.. 6 20 a s 00 I 40 N
Apart care bring! taken to allow themto halt feet long and the same dimensionsas Ings on the Bt.John's Klver. 10 Dar 15 p a p 14 a Atlaatto Beach 6 Ua 7e m p 1 10 p I $5p
spread out and Into the ground In / STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.: < "! Cp .Sp lop i cop 1> Ma Ar. Mayport LT .500 a 7 lOa lisp liSp
tbe upright. The brace Is of same
their natural poult toug. Cress the earth I. appointed to tall as follow.t Leave JavkxonvIMn' Sundays, Tnendny and Thursday,3:30: p.m.
firmly and gently around them. Lo KeturnlnK, leave Sanford, Monday. Wedneaday and Fridays 9:3U .a. m.Sot PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.'

the planting, on u cloudy day. If possible .Ikntn'r North "
Rran. down. SCHEDULE IteaA. II--!! CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH ITIAMSHIP OPTHI P. A 0. S. (. COMPANY FOI
or after sunta t, and water them __ _
:;;;e 33 III. ...... ... ...... ... ...J""k.nn\.lIfe." ..... .. ........ .. ...... \rrlve :4 11I1 a. m.
p.
vrell. Protect from" the hot sun for a Leave II "p., III. .............. ...........'alatka............ ........... ...... Letts 8 CO p. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
'few dtrs. Violets pluntrd) In June will Lev. 300..a. lu. ....... ......... ... A"tn ..... .. ..... .. ..... ... Leave ::180 I' W. .
LoIlV.Ill a. m. .... .... ... ........... ...8t. Frauds ............ ........... I..v. lOOp In .
.Km Into splendid\ clumps. by Boptom- Leave. ... ...... ..ere.,1 (\JuLan.l) ... .... .......... Leave. 12: W Loan. Them Time T.iblne show the ttmct at which traIn.nay bo oxnoeted to arrive and d.part'rom
bet U"Hi[ the bodn well welded and Arrlv.II80&om0.( .d.. .... .... ...... 8I1nl".I. .. .. .. .... ... .. .. ..Le..v. 980a.lII. tbe several. .tatlont. but their arrival or departure al the tlmne ttal'" t ie aol (raaraotjed.or .
In dry weather wuter copiously twice a Arrive 10:00.: III............................Enlt.rprlse...... ......... .............Leave. 1000) .a. w. .Iron doe the Compaay hold ItMlf responsible for any delay or x any eoBteqnene.".ID, lb...-

I weal:. Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.

For winter vulture will need a ror OOPF of the LOCAL TIMX OASDerOtbor I.forao..Ua
you r. M.fRONMOVOER,J... A..st nen. (*.... Apt| 204 Wmt Hay St...I.k.on"lIIe. ria. .
cold framo. Heap the outside soil up w.a.CWraaJr.Local J'r&.Altt. JlIl'kllOnvtlle. n P.LIVELL, Superintendent JaokaonTllle. BEE THE TICKET AGENT."
well around the frame to out the root Hogan St. Jacksonville, Fla.
keep fork MII.XR Gfln. Frt. New York.
A.O. HAOKUTY. Oen'l Raiit'n PKKH.Ant. New CLYUU Ant. '
'frost. Innlilo! the triune make a bed THEO. Q. KHKH:: : General Ma.iBRer. WM. p OLVItK. l10.. Oeneral Agents, I J. D. RAUNKR, ...t. Oen. Pas. Agont., ST. ..&.ATJOU8TZZTE: YL&
of soil similar to the summer one and ChesebrouKb/; Hulldinic. State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. _. m\

' follow the directions for planting. This C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltiisvllle, Fla.
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winter bed Hhould be placed\ In the sunniest -- rj..ud:
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corner of the garden and In the FOB LIFTING OUT A T.... "it' DCTRorr KOfYORXPo /

most sheltered spot. A glass sash material and Is twenty-two Inches long i .

forms the roof. On very mild days. and pot In place as shown In the cut. Atlantic Coast Line R'y. cttvrlA I

when the sun Is out In the middle of Cut Into the upright and the base

the day. lift the sash for an hour or HO. enough to give a !good shoulder to the C'1I1tA
Violets planted In early November Trill brace. Secure the same with one and a pr ""ill\I\\\"' Ii IiSr I IMNu3 Ii Ii
The Great Through Car Line from Florida. r ;
blossom by March 1. From my cold bolt Inch bolts, and If made of good .

frame last winter there were gathered bard wood It will stand the strain of *

:100 dozen vloKMn. early In March and the strongest team, according to American TO THE KA.ST. cL/ i

M. many more a month later for Ens.tor. Agriculturist The advantage of Over Its own mils. to Savannah the Charleston Pennsylvania Richmond Railroad. and Washington, thencevia VDU/$ WC i I

the jack Is that It raises the object to

be pulled straight.
-One War With the .J,..,...... TO Tiles E WEST. our I
The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. LOU
In order to get, a stout plant of the The EITeetive 0..10. ,

llydraugen punloulata that will holdup One of the most attractive and effective
TO THE EAST; VIA STJ;: lUSIIP. CITY
Its flowers well an exchange ad-
of flower beds Is that of gladiolus. .
Tlsea to start with a three-year-old Under tbe nkanlpulntlons of the hybridizer Via Savannah and Ooean Steamship Company: for New York Fhlladeldhia 13os HARRltZIJV.MflLqz5
plant. Feed It well remove all buds ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington/ and Baltimore. Via Savannah
flower
gladiolus has developed n '
and Merchants' and Miners' '!'ran porttalon Company for Baltimore !-
And prune severely for two ;years and stalk varied In form and color beautiful Bud llilladelphla.

the third year you will have a plant beyond expectations.. Under good

with thick, stocky stems which will wy.A
cultivation the bulbs Increase rapidly TO KEY; WEST; AND HAVANA.Via +
easily support the largest panicle. and large showy beds In tbe lawn or
Peninsular & Occidental /
Steamship: Company.
Give a well drained situation away garden are possible with a small out- RoMG

from ment other of the plants plant will or trees.Insure This the treat.finest lay of money.Mother's.I Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points ,czJ ,

t blooms. .
-- MILEAGE TICKETS.Interohangenble'tnlleage 4

Tit. Lserethi n.wb..y. tickets !good: over 13,000 miles of among the principal .
Dewberries have obtained much ta- Ear railroads In the southern Ita tell,>are on sale by the principal agents. *
s
TOT of late. They are trailing or For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, X41

creeping variety!' of the blackberry are 4 WOEON MOTH mi>-. ..'" WHeNNIMasr. SMOOTH
/ FRANK O. BOY LSTON! Commercial Asft. W. D. 8TARK, Trav. Pan. Agt. RUN
i. usually earlier than the blackberry and MOM rum THAT AN infAnr COM,.Aa0N*/001. THAT rum \:tSVeat BUT It., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
can be more TIM, H. M. K\IEHSON': Traffio Manaijer. W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. Pans. Agent( 'S
i easily. protected SCOTT'3 EMULSION i WILMINGTON. N. C. SOUTHERNRAILlrVAY s

I In winter If neo ,I
tE. 1M. ------ -
sue Er1RA.TEENOTH -
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essnry. The Lu. ... ..
NOUR/EMMENT .0 "' .c. "OIM
rretla, which Is rum HEALTH Of morn MOTH*Ao
CHILD. G. A. R. HE-UNIQN-BOSTON.: To
here shown.natural Send for ties....pl..

size Is SCOTT & BOWNE, Ch.ml.U, WASHINGTON NEW YORK R ASHVULE and
is furl Str .t, New York.
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the leading va
e foe.toil }LAO| all dragfUii.\ SiI7dI30dRn: 11IR. LXN"J2: : :l.s the Of: and the EAST.
riety. It Is generally | HOT SPRINGS N. C.
concededto S/3ieltlRoute: :: :fxrozxa.: 37loilca.xi:
I. p' be the finest I CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. | "THE LAND OF THE SKY"The

t of Its class of -Very Low found Trip Rates from Jacksonville-. NORTH and, WEST.. ] tu The Sapphire Country."

superb quality DIXIE 'FL YERWOR.LD'S $2 .5-Via all rail, through Washington; and New York. H.t D..'.,.. DINte., Ca.
early as
as
'l7.31I-Vla: Washington, New York and Sound Line steamers. Pulltamaa c.._ __to.
, Early Harvest $((30.00-Via Savannah and steamer, or via Norfolk and steamer; meals and berth 0. All T..'... T6. lt./.
j I. and as.large a the Erie black. SOUTHERN RAIL'WAT. H. P.CAA.,. Dlarlr Pa. reaSw AaeN.
I.WCKETIA 'WHERRY berry An Iowa DATE OF SALE-August 12, 13 and II&, 10OI.. loa W. .., au-. JAea.e.yn.a. Pay

borticulturUt finds that requires great RETURN LIMIT-August 21)( W*. -.y. A. -r... r.T. .... W..h.- D.C. L H. ","-- 0. P.A,.w.-- >. Cw. -
.. H. TA"-.. A. a. P. ..
A. Ata.
car and peculiar treatment In that Nashville Chattihooga & St. Louis Ry. EXTENSION OF RETURN T.1MIT-September 30, 100J. J
-state. It needs protection during the STOP-OVERS days at New York on return journey.

winter, but where properly managed Western and AtlantiD R. R. h_ __ __ __ ___ ---
la a profitable berry to grow, lIe Through coaches Jacksonville to Boston one change. Leaving Jacksonville on
plants In rows seven feet apart and HEADQUARTERS TRAIN 7 :SO p. m August 12. Through Pullman

five feet apart In the row plants potatoes DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH Sleepers, Jacksonville to Boston, with 9nly one change.

between the row the first ;year THE BEAUTIFUL, MOUNTAINS l>Proportionate rates from'other. point Complete Information on application to* MalloryLines.t

t a.winter.a mulch and protects during the -'QFTENNESSEE A. O. MACDONELL. Asst. Gen. I'.... Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, 1>1lII. Agt. i

JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

neuark.bl. Sew' Whit. Carnation. AND* KENTUCKY. -- SPECIAL PASSENGER PRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest I
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At the recent meeting of the New --- -
Stopovers allowed at all stations on
York Florists' club what was concededto line where there are Ticket Agents. BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE and mOlt thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coasf. ;,
be a moat remarkable exhibit
among DISEASESare '
KIDNEY -NO OVKRCROWDI..1\i'G... !
( carnations was a vane of 'white ones
$20.0,1: Coach Excursion: '
show as No. 144 G, which exceeded STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on theee
[
27.6O: 13 days; $3:1.00: anything yet produced In the way of $"0.6\: Regular Season Ticket. the most fatal of all dii iiui uiii.nilt ships, a. no tickets| will be sold to exceed the number of berth,

carnations and were marvels In size or> the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus insuring all passengers Individual

and form. 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 eases.fOLEY'S. service and attention. ,
TRADe MARK'Dtstans
Witch ]!*..! Draeh. KIDNEY CURE I. e
Leave Jtcktunvllla via' I*.8. F.,7:451 PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE )
m. EVERY FRIDAY.
Witch hazel brush at fl a ton If easraatnd RiasJ/ COPTMIOHT AC. ,j
Leave Jacksonville, via A.C. L.,IM p. m. .a.teleh and detui ip lon may See Schedule
standing or $3.CO a ton at the mill may '1o"w'n. our opinion. free whether *aInTwillon ( of Ships In Florida Times-Union)
not be exactly a bonanza but some! of t.pmnablyiMUitinMa.. Commonlr*.
the Connecticut farmers evidently con. SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE or money refunded. Contains sent tbmxtnotlrc Ir.* lilrtoM nadentfal.lurwipy for HANDBOOK p-
elder that It pays and are willing to 8UPEUB EQUlr IEn'. remedies recognized by eminent piriiil|> t ui nutlet* tak.a, without throuuli eb....*Munn.. la ta*ems' receive Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

take advantage of the\ market afforded THROUGH;: SI.EKPERS. physicians as the best for Scientific Jlm rl\an. FAMOUS "SEA ISLA DS."
fcy the witch hazel stills of tho state.ttitmr .
and Bladder troubles. A baee.omh nle.trated weekly. ,..iweit rlrrnai. >
Sidney Through tickets sold to all st
( northern regarding
relation of any Petal. E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agt.: SOc. and ,pl ueWMW.re. tractions offered by no other line
PRICK $1.00. =::: ; diagrams reservatlns, tickets, etc., apply 10
Gardenias are now fashion's dower Florida Passenger Agent.!: M'NR"f( e New YorkMtuo. :

and cut bo woru correctly1only all u Jacksonville, Fla. lied Cross Pharmacy. ...........Offlc*.a r 8U w..... .D.C.: ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacisonillle, Florfdie




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KAST COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 5. 1904.TITUSVILLE. .
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BURYING TREE TRUNKS. Opaao NEW YORK .. .
-- Cures a cold In 2 i hours (Cold neuralgla ..
''I '" ', Sembler ....... of MUBdlnV WUlKarth.. ur h..dacbe. a few Dpano Tablet
'C I Cottage Tk. Hoot< Ferdl.w tvrfiio. I Bill cure you to stay cured They are a
Ill Informed cultivators huv* dot a I great tonic, better than Quinine or Morphine Hotel
f J TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.. taint Idea of the reasons why trees I and do not effect the heart.! Price Marlborough ,
AtY 2- at lied Cross. Pharmacy Tltusvllle. ,
should not be deeply\ planted. )It l Is

j Open AU the Year. not because of any injury to the Making It Clear. Broadway, :JlOth and 3'lt18tr"....., NEW YORK. ,

trunk, but because the feeding roots On toned 'au ocean stoiuuMhlp a 400 Room. 800 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric'lights.: Con-
gentleman
Good Board and duoted on American and Kuropean plan. an\111I .
Attention. the
ml\na/te.lllnder/
need the oxygen! of the atmosphere wished to help a lady who was supervision! of the owner. -, person

Reasonable, Rate In tbel, preparation of the food just as of nn Inquiring mind to comprehendthe E. S. CROWELLlManager.KIAMKSItA .
much a* the l leaves do. So fur 011 the principle of the steam engine Thin ., I
Two door from F. E.f'C. Railway trunk la concerned, burying under the U how he cleared away all dltttcultles: -- n n -- .

Station Tltusvllle. earth 1* a benefit rather than an in. ""'\\I)'. ;you see. uia'uui." Qtioth he, ( iAICIY.: \

,,,, ., jury. If It were possible. to hove the "It'si just one thing goes up and then l
""I' : another thing cotue down and then
MRS. A. J. SEMBLER Proprletrese.I It.ma'or trunk several feet beneath ,. '
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they let the smoke ou. which makes the ;
the surface and. the roots only a few KIAMESITA LAKE :'
I' wheels go round Tlla I. \\hat they .
Inche the vlgur of the tree would be Kiamesha Inn '
call .
the IIflnl'llIIt'l
I JACKSONVILLE.UYAL I hydraulic: quite SULLIVAN COUNTY,
enhanced thereby. Hut though this slnijile when you know It" : ::1',111k

I ill Impossible, earth ou the surface can "Law met! I never understood It be NEN. YORK., ,

be heaped around the trunk to Advantage fore Hut then I never! hud It properly ;' ,,\ :& '
as long a* 'e do not bury too explained" replied the fair listener.
HOTELSJACKSONVILLE, FLA. grout a root feeding surface. This -.flt-nlltJ. This "New: R kledgo" of the North, nestles l lotus. mountain by the tp'

was well exemplified nearly half a ,
aide of a beautiful lake, :3,000 feet above sea level.Exquisite .
century ago by a pouch grower near Hvallam Kxplnlnd. I
\
Cincinnati named 1101 mar. He bad j't, d 1
the "That was a splendid back fall you climate. All modern. conveniences. Large airy rooms "
earth load around
Opposite'postoffloe. Centrl located. by cart heaped mad' in your death scene last night," "" .
Thorou'ghly'repaired and re- his peach trees. Ills orchard lad the .; r ,
I remarked a young member! of the company % Bowling Alleys Golf and Tennis ; ;
of covered miniature I
appearance being by to the. eminent tragedian. E

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . haystacks. The growth and geu The latter looked lit the flattl.'rOrwith Moat reasonable rater, II
eral health of the tree were BO remarkable
a suspicion glare
: Rates that the owner was iuove< ..r...," he suld. "and I'd like to '
$2.30 day and lay
per up. H. It. SHARES, Proprietor.nilYN .
to secure a patent for the Idea. Thepatent -
., my huudu on the blithering idiot\ who ,r II '
would hold. could
not Noone Honped the stage floor.-Cleveland __ _.
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. be restrained against earthing up n Plain Dealer.A -- --- \

fruit tree any moro than earthing upa : .1\IA\yn. PA. : ;;;;'\, ,II I IK
row of celery. But It was grand
object lesson and he deserved CnHtloB. 1'ooth. I
Hg N. O'NEAL recompense. There can be no doubt some "n bb3", your father want to see
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that would generally be to theadv'untageof to have wounds orchardints 01. The boy looked dubious The Bryn Mawr Hotel { t

"Do I want to see him?" he asked.
HAS .LEASED THE. earth around the baa of their fruit "How should I know7""You .
trees and It Is surprising that such rr"4
ought to be able to toll by the \ '.'
good practice in so generally Ignored.Meohan. .-
ARAGON look In hid e'o.-" Chicago Pont. ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) ':.*
HOTEL 'l*t; ", 4

Irving' Illicit WiUVr "
THE BUTTERFLY FLOWER.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA cure all kidney troubles, stop pain In the
OPKS JUNE TO nCTOIIEIt.\ For turnis. etc "dlrlll'.. '
It I. hack make IOHS of albumen the urine ?
the ,
on Ameilcan
plan. Rates .
$2 CO per day and upward. Raallr Grown a. a Garden Annual
Motel
TIle Is being thoroughly renovat(*> and put In flrst-cla condition. or a Cool G..n........ I'lont. impossible, and actually rebuild the .
When shrunken wall of the
finished It second Kfrlnoys. They
to none In the city. New e vator and Many of our readers arc no doubt, acquainted contain what la wanted to the
new plumbing being l Installed. New and remove '
Rooms with bath. from May 1st to Nov lat,large f.t: sample room being added. with MchlenuthuHOH an winter i disease, held the sore spot and strength LKLA'Nl' ) 8TERRY, Jfauajier.HUYN .
per day blooming pot. plants, but to thane who HU the whole organ. They never fall, to
may only know them as !garden annual brink relief within a few hours and cure

West D the lllUMtrutlou herewith may: 00 In- to stay cured. Hold( at boo a box by Had MAWR\ .. I'ENN.SEEN.
Groin Pharmacy, Tltusvlllo, Fla.
LAJMJ.uiVJAU.LmM411VZUU JACKSONVILLE teresting. The plants lire I'IIIIlIyrown.,
FLA. and their requirements ore of tide simplest -_ _--_-_ _ _- _- -_ -_-__--_-_ _-..-_ -_-_ _- -_ -_ _--_ _-n-_-_---__-_-_ -_ -__-_-_-_--_ _- __ ____ __ __ _.-.-.. _-__-_..__--_-_----
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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and character n good putting soil
opened with the addition of manure or fertilizer

this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water In the hut potting, and n* they
commence flowering an occasional was ,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All crlng: with liquid manure will be HAVE YOU
round lIaU..Cnctor".e. have found
streetcars, pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.50 per day. sowing the wed In September In three 1
Inch pots an excellent method. The

Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. seedling should be thinned out, allow-

Ing only three or four to remain and

pot on a* required. Generally an eight '

The New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Inch pot will be the hunt one Staking .: ,\ ....,t'. .'. '. .,1. .' '
THE
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-On the American and European Plan- ';. .t li.i! :':'i F{ !! 1 1'fl' :-'f ,

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant' ,," 'jl: :. 'J.Nil' ;

family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00:! and $2.60j; European oOcts .' t \;-; :';:':':')YiA: ,. .'
and All cars form Union Station .,. ,
up. stop at the door. : ; .'. iii\iI! ,\, I''
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H, W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.

The beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green COY* Springs, la under the / /: { s
same ; : ,
management.
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OCEAN VIEW HOTEL !:". .,::i:': .
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PABLO. BEACII, FLA. ),, :Y*!Ii.; .

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........ 4. A. MAGNIFICENTLY
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1- : : tt. LOCATED. SCHIZANTHWI PIMNATCS. .iD.
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: Front, near East Coast will be found necessary"' but their tull
J JJ'Jcean,
-My _3& Depot. and hose branching habit makes them
e k S :: K: i especially adapted for training to

4 OCtAN VIi tIOTtr Has all Outll-n greenhouse supports or along piirtl-.
PABLO ISlACH.Fu. oom W.tiea Ions, where owing to their wonderful I

and Sulphur DathHRATESr lorlferoUHUOHii they prove attractive

$2 per day, $8 to $12 'per week. \ object Furthermore cut spray keep ;
a long'" time and are suitable for many
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purposes, although not adapted. to ship- '
FLOURNOY A FLOtTRNOY, ling or much handling.", II tlt

Owners and Proprietors. There are many varieties of Schlzun- .
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thus plnniitUM, but they seem *o Intermingled J' .
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OLD SKABUEKZIK, GOODALL, FLA. an to be hardly separable. The ; ,.., .. ."' '
colors however vary from white to ". ,;, t c

dark purple and embrace a number of l', '..
hades and marking, .NO much no that ", .".f .

The Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE, they have received the appellation of A. NEW INVENTION. ,

GOODALL, nIb "poor man's orchid" and "butterfly .

flowert.. wlestonlensls. Introduced "', .

now open for the summer season, under the management of the owner, : from England In 11KJO, In one of the best ,

HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona dwarf In stature with the shades j>( Recently Patented all 'Over the World. 0 '

Beach, the h<{tel 1s modern In all Its appointments, with large sky, pleas color varying eveu to crlniMon. Grown ,
In a cool greenhouse they amply
repayfor
ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating's Casino and Pier.
the space aDd effort and from their
I The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Term moderate. ease of culture" should prove a good The 'Walton .
Jt'. STEWART Owner and +
HORACE Manager. subject for the amateur says a writer .

I ._ __ ____ _- :__ Jo Gardening. .

)I Good Ba'...,. P...... Selt Locking Tackle Block. # N

I II Ii hjr For the balcony Cobtca acandeas avery

I I rapid creeper Is excellent. Good
I i This load-holding block I II made la various '
pot plants from seed sown last nuamn -
I:1- will make a much quicker ) shapes and sires, of WOOD, IRON' '.
Y
? growth than spring sown seedlings and BRONZE. Will work equally well

The fine bell shaped Moasoms of this with rope, chain or wire rope o y.,

plant are pale green when they first Will work at (any bight upside l ] down,' ,
appear, changing to a deep purple In a
and will
'I, horizontally at any angle
few days, and the long spray of fo- '.
Uge which It throws on all sld_ arevery stop and look at any point.

decorative In tbeuoselve*. One Invaluable for every kind of bnslnea*,

good plant will cover! several square where a block I Is needed frequently savlogfthe .

yard of Ironwork, and the bright yellow ; labor of one man or more. '
flower of Tropipolum{ canariens t
Nothing like It for banging or stretch-
harmonize delightfully with the
somei
i log wrs.{
br purple of the cofoim.Irrlfmtlnm
Address all communication to the

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A summary of the result of all the Walton Self-Locking Block Go.
xperlment at the station throughout'the
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country would seem to slow th.it da (Incorporated.)

of the northern state, whom 4 '
In most Office and Wareroom, 404 Atlantic A'..
he cost of applying' the Ovate, U n | V ', ,
I t; Nsar Kowe's Wharf, Elevated. Htatlon. i
too great Irrigation of utrnwUrrlnsf :i "
great value in Inmirlnff u rut)
ot fruit cacti _!lIOn. The water should o
t. applied at IIbIat ttm fruiting time a
Sample Blocks can be seen at the AD-
It shoabt be applied In furrow and nl6wed u I'
VOCATM offlce': Tltusvllle;and at the store J 44'"II
-.1.--! _.2 .A.JV"OO: TIiJ JOB OFFXDOES oW J by to flooding.slowly:flow. down them rather'than of 8. B. Ilabbard Co., Jacksonville. flR, ," I Nr I Ill, I III w ",..M

ALL KINDS OF JOB PBDrTINO, :NEATLY AND: WITU DESPATCH. Call and see these block working.


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,I 1;''i 8 EAST COAST ADVUUATE AUGUST 5, 1904.

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1. AN APPEAL TO MANHOOD. WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, -

TLkSD/ .INSURANCE I when you can buy the best Self Locking East Coast Meat Mart,
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Tackle Blocks at nearly the same
Editor East Coast Adeotatt! :
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS: price Now In use In the United 0. F. DUREN, Agent.
few days the holy Hab-
Only a ago, on
1 41 Wont Buy Street, shocked bear- States Army and Navy Departments..
bath too I was greatly at
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t JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA log a child take upon his. lips the holy Examine them at Prltcbard fc: Sons, or CD 73

Largest stock In this section of country. name of God blasphemy, using lace the ADVOCATE office. Titusville. o:
r Established In 18<<::8. FIRE Liverpool & London Globe IIartf i-d, Ktna, Continental 1, :Ho I, gunge toward his brother, lit only for the r+ ::!

Send for descriptive catalogue, Northern Assurance. Phenix Flreman'sFund, Pennsylvania; ''*'I'',>. lowest cities.man or woman In slums of our ....N.NN..NNNN: -toa> wh
t M ; ,' great
I i V *, ." On every hand WIt hear the name of I E. Hall ii w
;v Vesey sa IS:
THE God taken Jn vain by men without a
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TORNADO I Continental Insurance Oc>., of New'York. ,) ,. who be Q.,
: thought of the boys or girls may Georgian, Fla. I If

_ FLORIDA MOTOR CO. r :f \ "". f'": immortal standing near soul;which without may a thought be lost of both the f Boat Builder. j.i : ==-= Y

L IFE New York Life Insurance Co.t-the gr at,; ternatlon\1: Hfolnsurunc, "* e for time and for eternity; of the life\ .. l .=- Cy -,

I DAYTONA FLA company of the world-Assets 332 milll6ns. *w'" r' ,:,< which may be blighted by the curse of >ONLY FIii ST-CLASSIVORA.t -
1' C. ... sin. We may call It habit or any other $ I I yb
.: Write for Estimates. I
full line ofAUTOMOBILES..... :
Carry a J. ,' term we like, yet sin still remains, for TITUSVILLE.
I and 'HUB'S'\ ACCIDENT U P1 In Casualty &., Surety' Co.of'St.,,,; :',Louis, Mo. .*;, \.i' does not God's word % : "Thou shalt ...................... FrORID.NN .
( ,,. ". .., not take the name of God In' vain, for I .
......In stock, also the Lord will not hold him guiltless. that -
MARINE and STATIONARY taketh his name In vain." .N.NN.....NN..NNNNNN.NNN.N..44;
GASOLINE SURETY BONDS :.V Fidelity & Deposit, Co.,, of Mar laBrletor. E. R. Blakewood. Registered Drulfglol
ENGINES!:!, / American citizen as you value the immortal ; i

f' ,: DYNAMOS souls of the boys and girls, abstain 1
". from using profanity before the W
-i Represented by
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V h MAGNETOS children lest you be the means of bring i i
N' BATTERIKS, lag them Into condemnation before God
!', ( t' 4 KVAPOimKRS': :JMOa.G.A.N": dJ:: -W.ALTON" Alas I that It should be> so, even REDPIIARECY
\ fathers take upon their lips the name of i
{ ,, SPAT Ic.COILS ,
( TITUSVILLK.: .
FLORIDA.
God In vain. Fathers, I beg of you abstain
,J ;" i I and PLUGS from taking oaths upon your lips TITU8VIIXK FLORIDA
of all kinds and are offering them for before your children lent, through you: i
BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS jailor, and amounting to $2, 20,being the
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be lost. Mothers
+ sale at... lowest tin they may eternally -A Complete Stock of-
SIONERS. Is accepted. value the souls of the children
.crtr-r hRICJI35.: Reports of Justice\ of the Peace J. M. an you their minds the PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.Prescriptions
I : .. you love, Impress upon i ,
Sanders O. T. MoUrldo and U. G. Broa- heioousnesM of the sin of taking uponbell .

4 They have n few bargains In The meeting was called to order by lOll were received. '' lips the name of God and Jesus gygr Filled With the
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j' Petition of Edwards al. citizensof
the Chairman on the let Inst. Present: J. et Christ In vain.I Vtt.tl08tCareand Promptitude. .:

'l KNOX, J. R. Walker, 1st District; J. Ii. M lot. and Viking for a public Starford road,was received, wish every minister ot the Gospel i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
on motion C. S. D.
t 1UIDK 2nd District A. A. Conkllng\ 3rd Distrlot Christian professor In the world,
? ; .Daniels Smith every Choice School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes
and Line Stationery,
,
)1 J. C. Jones 4th District and J. rherry are appointeda could read these lines and be stirred to otJ Cigars,
')1I ; ; committee to view and Toilet Shoulder Brac.es, Fine. Candies, and all other articles kept
) WHITE, mark lay out Articles
t F. Boll, 6th District; A. A. :Stewart: more effort for the suppression of this
I the drug stores.
clerk J. 1'. Brown, sheriff same. gigantic evil, which Is bllghtenlng the by up-.to-d.ite
DE MOOT ; [ 2' all mall orders.
Contract bond and careful attention to
and of P. J. Hall for We give prompt
+s U, GRANT.FKRHM: Tim Minutes Treasurer's were read report and approved.was received building jailor's house was approved.Jno. anti iquU country.I of the children. of this broad land .................................................."

MARINE A STANIONARY ENGINES i. checked up and the paid warrants turnotlover Henry Is appointed superintendent wish I had the eloquence of a Glad.
by him with his report were destroyed of the work of building{be' house at tone, the zeal of a John Wesley, that 1 I
the & :eeO.::
jail. E. L. :se: D
a All Kinds of by Messrs. SI=lot and Cookllng. On motion the chairman Is appointed might, ; enthuse every minister of the Oos- ,
R The Treasurer had his usual certificate pel to preach a sermon upon the sin of -DEALERS IN-
i LATHE WORK of deposit attached to his report. committee, to purchase land and hav profanltYj every Christian professor to

A Specialty, On motion Richard Head la stricken houses built farm.thereon, to- be used as a forward the cause of the Anti-Profanity GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
county ,
from the pauper list. poor League which Is engaged In one of the
Is Tho usual amount of bills were exams. souls We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
The Comptroller requested to allow grandest works for the saving of ,
e } Write for Prices. and Torms.S the redemption of all tax certificates on Ined, approved and warrants; ordered to a> moral movement which has for its object We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. .
lots 46, 47. 50 of Robblus: Graham addition be drawn for the same, which will appear the preservation of the honor of Write us for prices on Grain aad all Groceries, delivered at your station.
:ri. LMO TLO""OV. to Titusville at their face value In our next Issue and the Board adjourned God's name. E. L, BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

y without interest and to allow the col-' to meet first Monday in September It Is because I love the children, be- -- ------- ----. .-.---- -. --- .----- _--'-' -. --
lection of all subsequent omitted taxes 1004, at Bald:: a. m. onus: I honor God that I make this ap

on said Iota on a valuation of $150 with- peal.' Jeftus/ said : lIff"r little children .7.E.COLDSIMITBDealer

out Interest.On S. A. L. RAILWAY. to come unro me for of ,such in the kingdom / ,
motion Josiah Warren Is, at the of heavon." "Whosoever shall ur. .
request citizens\ of ft. Pierce placedon end! ofee of these little oue.., It were In-
the pauper list at $i per month. Speolal. lutes to lluitoii On Account of better that a millstone. were hanged
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND;
q WtPP The bids for road work were openedand O. A. R. -Union. bout/ his neck and Hint he were into :
the following contracts awarded: the depths of the nea" *
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Contract No. I Awarded to James W. The enoimpmeot of the G. A. R. In "Thou abaft nut take the name of God TITUSV1LLK FLORIDA.
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r Carlllv, amount $106, Tltusvllle\ to Bow. BON ton, beginning August 15th gives 10 vain, for the Lord will nut hold him
man's crossing.. promise of Including many St. Augustine guiltless that taketh his name In vain." .
Contract No. 2. Awarded to Henry people who are going not only for One who desires to be conscientious
CarllUt\ amount $144.: Its pleasures but to .avail themselves Christian F, T. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
Contract No. 3. Awarded to Jaa. W. of the extraordinary low rates and theaccommodations .
TITUSVILLE::: FLA.
offered on the SeaboardAir
Carllle( amount $25.:
Contract; No. 4. Rejected excessive. Line Railway's O.A.It. Headquarters CHURCH NOTICES. b[ prepared. to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked: or loose. Special attentlo'\
ft. Awarded to Henry train leaving Jacksonville at 7:50: paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto. i
....... Carllle amount $43. p. m., Friday, August 12th, the fal'e The .Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at T. T. WETMORE Proprietor. :

Fine Liquors Wines, Beers Contract No 0. Awarded to J. W. Jacksonville. to Boston and return Is City Point on Tuesday, August 7th, at --
Osbnn. $28 5.1, tall-rail through oars, with only
L'' Ales Stout Eta. Contract No. 7. No. bids. oqe change at New York where carriages 0:30 a. m. I
J3T Send me your orders I *. ii 8. ii i, will\ convey every one to the Union At Eau Gallle he will preach at 7:30: TIII: SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY GOIPAHT

l TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA, U I''. Rejected excessive. :Station: for the 8 clock a. m. trainto p. m., same date. Epworth League de- .

+ ;_-.-- _, u 10. .%" arrive In Boston at :2 o'clock !Sunday:: otlonal meeting at 7 p. m., at Eau
u S. 11. No bids. ((14th) afternoon. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
J. L. MOB LEY .. 12: .. .. The Florida Kant Coast Hallway will : Gallle. ,
I u sell round trip tickets for the SeaboardAir
". 13. I
TITUSVILLE FLA. .. '.. 14. Awarded to Ivy Law- Line Headquarters trains at the following There will be preaching In the Metho- I
F low rates ITo dilit church, Tltusvllle, next Sunday at '
Contracts for all kinds of Painting Kalomlnlng son. Amount $20. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk BrIck. !
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c, t' Staining Finishing and PaperHanging Contract No. 15 Part of 15, Roseland Boston and return; 11 a. m., and 7 :&: 0 p. m. All Invited. ,

'' at the roost reasonable price to Sebastian. Awarded to Ivy Lawson. St. Augustine. .'. . . . .$ 80 05 Archdeacon B. F. Brown will\ hold dl. Offices foot No. 281 i i
ot Street Jacksonville Florida.
consistent with good woikmanshlp. Amount $10.Contraot Ormond . . . .. . 30 IX Hogan \ Telephone
No. 10. No bids Daytona. . . . '. . . //81 00 vine service on Sunday next In St. Ca J. K. MUNXERLYN General Manager. J !'
i rti All Work on the East Coast .. u 17.a u New Smyrna . . . . 31 :an rtel's church at 11 a. m., and 7::::10 p. m. .

.". .u. 18.u n TUusvlllt.\ . . . . ::11{| 00 The !ervlce will be that of ofTransflgur.it -- -- -- -! I
Is Especially Solicited. ID.u u ,. Cocoa . . . . ... . :ia 23! The In the
Let know what .> 2(>. Rejected as excessive: Melbourne .. . . 82 23;; I Day sermon morning will The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.
4' estimate me It. you want and get my .' 21. No bids. West Palm Beach . . 8460 I be on the significance of the Tranaflguitlon P
on Prompt attention .. .. 22. .. Miami. . . . . . 80 J5 of our Lord. VA
given to all York.William .. .. .1u
:33.ii Wm: :: A. EO\LJs dz CO.
i &. a .. The tickets are good for leaving New
.. .. :Il6.. .1 .. York midnight, September 80th, 1004.\)( JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at

Hindlo, .. ", 26.\ Rejncted.excessive.ti It (is necesary that those Intending to this us a share office of at reasonable work. rates. Give GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
your
$4 27. go on the G. A. R, Headquarters Train ,
Tilt, COPPER AND SHEET IRON 44 23. No bids. apply at once to A. O. MacDonald, Asst.
.* .. 20.\ .. Genl. Pass. Agent. Seaboard Air Line Flour. Grits Meal and Fertilizers
9 rlu WORKER.. Jacksonville ARE YOU LOOKING. ,,, ,9 .
for
u 80.. u Railway, sleeping oar .,

Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. Report of 1>. 8. Carlton, cattle Inspector space.It' should. be understood that the G. A. ertootel 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE On, was motion received the and Board filed. abjonrned to R. Headquarters Tntln I Is not limited to ..FOR BUSINESS ? A ta.lorurlna Fee 1. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Sy.tes.SnxnraS < .
that order, but Is extended to the public. 1
TANKS MADE TO,, OKDER. meet RIO:: o'clock August 1014.* Be sure that your tickets read for Seaboard .
I Applications of F. A. Lesley and R. L. Air Line hallway
Your Patronage I Is Solicited. Motlow to sell liquors, wines and beer I In If then .... -- -
IR :you are. ADVERTISE In the aDa.Jl: : _:: 'I ---c
Election District No. 2. R. L. Motlow
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COCOA FLA. District No. 4, and W. S. Tucker, District : TO PROLONG LIFE. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, one of the most

No. 8, to sell liquors, wines and widely circulated papers In this state. ,r.o.tl., : : FC>:rt P "ac.i.. !
beer wero received and ordered published !
Stanley: itching: according to law. The. search for the secret of tho extenrslon Your money outlay will\ be small, bat I I

Dealer In Petition of J. S. Keen et AI.,citizens of of the period of man's years eo earth your trade will-be materially Increased. Turnips-and Rata Sagas.I .
Fort Pierce, Is referred to Commissioner is becoming more and more absorbing to lit Onion Sets-Bermuda
; FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS of that district for action. the great scientists of London Paris and One of Jacksonville's prominent merchants / and Pearl. ''
L' ; Tax Collector's report of polls collected Cabbage-best varieties, for Florida. Beans.
1'1! : /\, Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy China during the month of amounting to Berlin, and dally there are being made recently wrote ns : "We Inserted Seed Potatoes-for fall. N.,. 4 Rose and Triumph.Poultry'Supplles .
( and Temperance Drinks. $:J was received and filet cores of experiments with carp, parrots, our ad. In your paper for three months, I _
International\ Stock and Foods Etc.
Poultry ;
i: brands Tax Collector and County Judge's eagles, turtles", serpents and even ele
The following of cigars delivered re has done
r to discover It the as a trial. It already good, so
phants, possible
of licenses collected during the my.tery -
fll at 2.23: per box of CO; port
., Humboldt West Smokers month of July and amounting to $tl: : of their great age. please Insert the ad. for another nine I L. Gd.M73RON.: SOOd.EI2XI.AXL: ,
Key Premos
''I' Professor E. J. Klbblewhite,of London, S
and $11.60 receivedand
State County, was months.
i 1 a'1 Crenio, Cubanas, *>obalftkl.Fllach Hied. England, who boars In his external: appearance I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
That how live\ up-to-date merchants .dJD3
\: r Cards. ,"00. ; Hand Made Palmetto Petition of E. B. Minor, et al., citizensof every Indication of having ,
Rata, 25c.; Tltnsvllle and Melbourne, far a public solved> at least a part of the problem speak of the ADVOCATe as an advertising ?r!} !R1w. 1..t. n!- r.J:1/ 'fit : <:

f 1: STUART, FLORIDA. road was received and on motion E. which vexed Ponce de Leon, has evolved medium. .
1.,1 W. P. Arnold and J. F. Far the theory that glacial acetic acid may be ._
B. Arnold. ------------ -------- ----- -- -- .
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regarded as a specific against age ---
ley were appointed to work, view and
i Robbins & Graham Co. layout public road as prayed for In In discussing bis theory he says: .
said petition. I "After a certain age the human body .
I of J. C. Sklpworth and C. P. apparently I in Its f actions of.removIng
Report p.t
itJ + t sk.ce..Na4.t .
(Inoorioratad.) Platt In regard to Hall Talmadge, pau- the dead waste of organic matter GLOBE

i; PAID UP CAPITAL ...3,000.0< per, was received ane filed. taken Into dead the body waste be dissolved !
On motion the chairman is Instructed "If this out
;"' : This company owns to have a spur tract placed In the rock of the body, the blood will do Its work I 5: '" ,

\ I :3Li: .6. ZEST:: ID S, quary Commissioner; In Dade county.Bell voting Motion:yea. was lost, parts again a.effectually In ;youth. renovating the living (GASOLINE A 1 1 59 a 3 5 2. .
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I#; 4' 1 a. the Indian River Country; On the St. Board adjourned. until August :3, 1004, previous"Sixteen: Inquiry years agoafter I took a up good the deal use of of .".:..
t 8: 0a. m.Petition I
I Lucie River; at New River and on Bay of R. D. Holmes et al., citizens glacial; acetic acid solid at 50 degrees, ama MARINE ENGINES : F
the ,
of dissolving dead waste out
Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times.' of Fort of Drum that district.wan referred. to Commissioner of\means the Kkln. I found It acted magically. I ;

.. Send for Land List used three parts of the acid to one of
e ,t I : I Petition of M. II Smith, et al.,citizensof water and applied the preparation after t:: .
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. :. Oslo, was referred to Commissioner of the hot bath before retiring at night. SSSS lu +b 50 N. IIJ ::;; .
that district.On "I shampooed the body vigorouslywith p :
motion warrant No. 0020:! Issued the acid for 10 minutes and then u r = ,
: Hodgson Bros.EAU July 6, 1004. to Richard Head for $10 Is got; Into peel damp. I found In my case, 11 "
ordered destroyed and marked concelled and In that of others that this treatment J!:

] OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. on the stub. Destroyed by Messrs. Bell cured gout and banished. all the aches g
and Conkling.On and pains of fatigue.. ;:, y
THE
Marine Railway. motion the public road as markedout t 4. S. B. HUBBARD GO..AGEmirTs .

i General Merchants and !Ship: Chandler. and viewed by W. P. Arnold and W. -Our job printing department hasbeen r ;
.haws it ft
O. Wallace I. hereby declared a public sl
..Special::: Facilities..
road, there being no protest.On running on full time of late. The -. :: : ,

1' J. for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing motion the public road as marked rush U now over, and we are again .ready tot :
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I r Yachts and Launches. out and viewed by N. M. Fish A. S. to fill all orders with promptness. We '' Jacksonville. Florida. H_ :::;

: Mention the ADVOCATE whoa writing.JOT" Dixon and Fred Black, Is hereby declared appreciate the support given this office I
r a public road, there being no pro by our merchants, and it will be duly remembered. *x*
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; 1 ,' : OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale test.On motion the bid of P. J. Hall for ?'One good turn deserves >WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICES. -CO

V'' Cheap, at this office.d building new house at jail for use 9f another." ,

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