<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



East Coast advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00307
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00307
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

Full Text
.

.

.
.
/ '
,. .
.
.
.I. 'It. ...
', "" _
T ,
.
'
!Ze

.iias.
o '
cu ion o r ;f AR FAy .
fDO \ t S
olo
...a 811", ,

oS ;;', "

-p
CU -f
S


C41 '
a;{,
-
co
-.

;:1

.a

-


R df't': :


t :t :/., J: :


.AND IND YA.N RYV'ER. C R.0 N Y C IE I ,


---
'
NO. as. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1Q.: 1OO4. PRICE. Do.

---


LOCAL NEWS -Mr. E. C. Walker of Quay was In -Mrs. H. Roberts of Mime, has gone I Captain Wro. !I. Sharpe of Sharpcs -Miss Aleph Mime returned to her AMONG THE HOTELS. ; '

town.on Wednesday. I to Connecticut on a visit to her daughter was In town on Monday home In Tltusvllle on Tuesday, after i a Indian II
I The big brink cistern at the
week with relatives at Mtros.
Lnd Topics of General interest -Mr. Gro. M. Robblns was In Jack -Mr. K. B. Rsulerson, of Fort )Pierce, NEW CROP CREOLE ONION SEED, spent River'hotel Tltusvllle 1.'lnl.bed. and '

sonvllle a day or so this week attending was In town a part of Monday and Tues. I :24-8t Cienshaw Bros Tampa, Fla. ICE CREAM- wilt aoon be ready to receive rain water.

I' THE ADVOCATE I to law buslnrs day. -Mr. 'Geo. E. Chester of City Point,, Every Wednesday and Saturday at the Mr. Carl II. Knappe, manager of the
I
; f$1.50 1.00"par six annum month.,,In advance'. -Mr. S. A. Osteen, of Lotus; and Mr. -Born to Mr. and Mrs. 0.- C. Yates was among the Visitors to Tltusvllle the Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvlllu." Clarendon Ion, Seabreese, Is now In Den

: $2.00 per an. to foreign countries. J.;B.Grlggs, of Bonaventure were among of Tltusville on Saturday, AUK-, IBM first of the week. -Callt. Oo. G. Gleason, of St. Augustine vet, Colorado suffering' from an attack

the callers at the ADVOOATK office on an eleven pound son. and Eau Gallle, ban. gone on a trip of fever. .e
notice ads ten centsjor few
I Reading are County Court brought quite a
Wednesday. to Clnclonattl and Eau Clair. WIs., on s a Mr.\ J". A. Losley assistant-manage1 ,
: line on this paste.I -Dr. E. R. Blakewood and Mr. J. E. people) town this week and the store <
vacation.Mr. of tile Breakers hotel, Snabreese, spent \
When you subscribe for the ADvo MALLORY LINE TICKET FOR SALE,, Collins left here Friday, ,last, for Indian keepers did a good business I I of In Tltnsville this week
days
ATB by the year, It does not cost you Fernandlna to New York and Return Springs Ga., and other places, on a vacation. J. II. Wynn one of Fort Tierce's oouple '
his saloon
cents week po.taRelnoluded. -Rev. 11..11. Kelgwln BJnodical missionary Mr. Losley says he will\ open
Bree per Firet-Claas. Cheap. Apply at the well known residents, was among the .
for this district, was In attend In Tltusvllle on October 1st.
Tan EAST COAST ADVOCATE is onKle ADVOCATE office, Tltusville. 'pleaaant.ol.ner.. at this office on Wednesday
at the following news-stands, at five -Mrs. E. L. Potter one of the owners ance at the Presbyterian church hero on afternoon.Col. I !Mr. Jame. B. Crocker of Worcester

Bnts per copy : -Miss Patti Howes/of Oak Hill, who of the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze Is one Sunday evening.Miss Mara, Is the genial chief clerk at the

B Tltusvllle-Red Cross Pharmacy. has been on a visit to her brother and of the most expert lady autoinobllists In Willie May Gould, expects. togo W. W. Erwin, one of Miami'sprominent Clarendon Inn, Heabreone, where he will '
hotel.
,
Jack.onvllle-Duval his wife Mr. and Mrs. T. F; Howes of Daytona and Seabreeze. to St, Augustine on Tuesday of next followers of Blackstone, WAI remain all the summer. Mr. Crocker J

Note date of expiration printed uponBur Tltusvillo, left on Sunday for her home. In Tltusvllle, Wednesday, attending to
week, to prepare the boarding house has bad considerable experience In the
RED AND WHITE BERMUDA ON.
\ paper or wrapper every week. ThisHa law matters before Judge M, 3, Jones.Mr. .
receipt for your money. No need -Mr. and Mrs. IIoffman Allan regu ;ion Sets. $.1.50 per bushel. which her mother will opon on about I hotel business. and Is quite popular with

Erusto send receipt (or* subscription lar winter visitors to Rockledgo and 24-81 Crenshaw Bro., Tampa, Fla. the lit, prox. O. I(, Voss, manager' / of the LaGrange the traveling public. 1'I' '

lie date gives; It to YOI1.ADVOOATJt8 other places along the East Coast are YOU HAVE SEEN IT t -Sominole hotel of West Palm The Seaside Inn Gondall, under the

B- for sale at the Red now at Hotel Monmouth Asbury Park -Mr. Copeland, a brother-in-law of The beautiful Golden Oak ChiffonierIn Brach, stopped In Tltusvllle\ Tuesday popular management oi Mr. Horace P.
W. E. Chandler of Canaveral: left
rose Pharmacy, Tltunl11e.1Ir. N. J. on the large show window Price $J5 night en route to Enterprise, to look Stewart, U doing a much hotter business.

Thursday for Canaveral where he will We will take Monday's noccopUnce;. after MM, property Interests theie.. I It dld'last althoughthe
B- L. W. Halle expects to leave STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTKU. make his future home Ibis summer than .
B>lay for Hampton, Va., to visit relativesr Theabove shoe we"'absolutelv guarantee. unlv Spot Cash $ JO !00.! J, It. Walker -Dr. E. K. Hollina anal Mr. L (J. llriiunliig arrivals at 'the seaside. are not a..

several months. Try them, J. R. Walker it: -Mrs. D. W. Monroe, we understand, .ft Co., Tltiisvllta, Fla.: who have spent the past live or large as In previous ,e..rII.. This Is '

will arrive in Tltusvlllo about the firs six weeks In North Carolina rllcllpl'Eat.Ill" pnrtly attributed to the World's Fair 1 ,
,
Co. Tltusville\ Fla. -Do not forget the fact that this office
in Tltusvlllc would do ,
-Cattle owners of October to spend! the winter here and II
to retuin attractions.
their health are expected
,mploe a larger staff of workmen than
ell to read the Marshal's notice onBits -Dr. And Mrs. W. S. Gramllng\ of give her children the advantages of the Mrs.
any other printing office In tills county, to Tltusvllle on Sunday next. Work on the new. part of Hotel Or

page. Miami have been enjoying a visit with Tltusville High School soil we are fully prepiued. to attend to !Kolllns however will not return for a mond., nt Ormond, which Is. being builton
and Mrs.,W. R. Sanders IndlRnola.thl.
ED AND WHITE BERMUDA ON. Mr. -Capt. Peter Nelson, of the TltusvllleBo&tways your j job printing with neatness. and month or more. the west side of the hotel, U being

Ion gets. $4.00 per bushel week. It was a surprise to I>r. has just received a line-toned promptness. -Two of the he..t lady singers heard pushed along rapidlybut{ whether It will

Et-8t Jrenshaw Tiros., Tampa Fla. Gramling to see so many beautiful and and very pretty piano. from the firm of Mrs E. I.. add to the beauty of the Ormond Is a
thrifty orange jr-oves: at J Indlanola I ere -Mr. E. D. Young, of Plalnllald,says t on the bench this summer are )
R -Mr. W: T. Moore, a popular commer- rltt and Courtenay.Dr. Montgomery Ward A: Co. Although he "I enclose II.M to renew my subscription Potter, of the Clarendon Inn, Heabr-iexe; matter of opinion. This new wing near

Elal traveler hailing from Jacksonville paid a low price for I It, Capt. Nelson says to the ADVOCATE. I would and Mrs II. F. Stewart, of the !Seaside ly teaches the Ormond wharf and has

Eras F. II. Hough ton and Mr. Chas he considers It one of the best piaDOafortellin newsy The of these two been built over the center walk loading
in town yesterday.. feel lost without It, as It keeps me In Inn, Goodall. singing
II. Walton, of Tltusville, were guest of Tltusville.Mrs. married, ladles has been much from the main entrance to the hotel. As
and little touch with the doings of filends on young
K Mrs. F. A. Morgan son, my ,
could
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter owners of the far as an ADVOCATE representative
for E. E. Rollins, accompanied by Indian Itlver.Mr ." admired.
Kosser left here, Monday morning, .
,
Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze, from Saturday I tee, It Is a plain, four-story structure.
Lshvllle, X. C.. to remain until Octobert until Monday afternon. They also Miss Eddie Geiger, left Green Cove and Mrs. W. It. Copeland l. of -Prof, F. P Ensmlnger of Rollins "
the Mitchell House on Church street, Springs on Tuesday of last week, for a 'College... Winter Park stopped over In Mr. Jas P. Vlnlng, a former manager
attended the dance at Keatlng's Casino, Quay' were passengers on Saturday'snorthbound !
few weeks' visit ID North Carolina\ Ormond the Colonimdes .
,, of the GoqulbA hotel ;
until Thursday
mR -Mr. Trez. Feaster of Cocoa spent Goodall, on Saturday night, and reporta train, en route to New Tltusvllle from Wednesday
where she will join Dr. E. E. Rollins and Hoabreese and Hotel Continental
;
Knnday in Tltusville as usual. There big crowd present.Mr. Smyrna and Goodall on a vacation. )fr. en route to Coronado Bench, to '
Mr. L. Clark Brannlng, who have been and Prof.: Ens-': Atlantic Beach, Is spending/ the
his wife ,
the family
Heems attraction here forIrrez. Copeland Is not only a conductor on join
to be some James Sanders, prosecuting attorney spending (the past six or eight weeks'-: In who pleasant slimmer with his wife and father at his
sanctum a
F. E. C. Railway, but a practical and up minter gave our
for Dade county, who bad been that State. beautiful orange grove place at Ormond.
friends at
call had been visiting
(date farmer. Among other things, ,
E -County 'fax Collector E. W. Hall on a trip vto, Jacksonville, stopped off OUR COST Melbourne. The ADVOCATE editor took a cursory
.
SALE he has a very floe orange and grapefruitgrove.
End wife were passengers on the south- here Monday, to see his sister Miss On dry goods has made such Inroadsto gtanou over the Vlnlng place on Sunday {
for Alice and to attend to a little -Tile continued rush. of dental workon and
Round train Sunday afternoon, a Sanders our stock, we have decided to run morning last, .everything appeared
eek'. visit with their son, Mr. Geo.Klall law business before Judge Jones. Mr. It wrek. Sale will positively WIZEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE call the Dentos' has kept Dr. Honghton to be In "apple pie order" Mr. and Mrs.
one more
and family at Sebastian. Sanders was a former popular resident close Aug. 2inh. Don t wait. J. upon the Tltusvllle Livery at rear oflobblo. In iltiisvllle longer than he expected, Vining will remain at Ormond. all the

of Tltusville, and his many old-time ) .' law office for a stylish up- but he will leave for downriver'pointsas summer, to look after their fine orange
I -Mr. E. I.. Brady of the flrm'of E. L. R. Walker & Co., Tltusville Fla. with his
friends always give him a hearty welcome to-date rig. Leave your order for soon as he gets through and other property. ;
htrady & Bro., of Tltutvllle, left on Monday -Mr. and Mrs. Chas... A. Gardner expect all kinds of double and single hauling. patients In Tltusvllle and surrounding\ grove

for HeDdersonville, N. C., where hebrill to leave some time next week for Feed and sale stable a specialty.J. country, which may be In a week or so. The Clarendon Inn Seabroese, Fla.,
his MUs Daisy WHITE ROSE CREAM-the finest and owned by Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter, I la,
daughters
join about a months' ,vacation during which M. OsnAff Tltusvllle Fla.
of'Oak
-Mr. II. J. Magruder 11111; beehive-workmen and the sound j {
Birady ,and Mrs. F, M. Woolen. Mr. best preparation for the Complexion.For time they will probably visit .Mrs.lard. like a
Blrady and Miss Daisy will visit the St. Chapped bands, Sunburn Tan and ner's mother In Alabama. 1\lrs. M. E. -I>r. L. F. Blalock assistant to Dr. and Messrs. Lawson Magruder and It, II.Tarr of the saw and hammer every where-and]

Knouts Fair before they return. all Roughness the Skin. Prepared by of Is expected down F." II. Houghton, of the Denton, now In of Tampa who arrived here from Contractor S. If. Cove' Is pushing the
Daytona
Webber ,
I J. D. Carruthers Co., Tltusville. 2oc.Mr. ;; port Is said to be an elll'ertdentlat; but Oak Hill on Wednesday. left for Rock new addition forward. rapidly a* pos
-Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Dowling, Miss to take charge of Mr. Gardner's store when It comes to "plowing the mighty ledge yesterday a visit. to sible. When completed, this will be the

Hieorgle Dowllng, Mrs. R.: L. Dowllng Maurice Goldsmith of the firm during his absence.Mr. main," he Is very much "., sea;. Last Major and Mrs. Magruder. They will finest s and most up-to-date hotel along I

Hind four children, and Master Willis of Hendry' & Goldsmith, of Fort Pierce \Vm. )t. Brown, president of the Friday" Dr. Blalock took Miss Nellie also go to Cocoa Beach In their sailboat the East Coast outside the Flagler

fend James Dowling, of Live Oak, have spent Sunday In Tltusv'lle! visiting i and Fort Dallas. .
I Bank of Bay Blsoayne Jones, one of Live Oak's charming youngladles -MUs Bunch and Miss. Ella Bunch of hotel. This new addition to the Clarendon
fi>een enjoying a visit at the Clarendon relatives and shaking hands with his National Bank, Miami, stopped over here for salt Dr. Houghton's trim the
a on St. Stephens, S. C; and bliss. lone Hough Inn adjoins aun parlor over
Bon, Seabreeze. Mr. Dowllng has two numerous friends In the county town of a day or ..) on his way to New York' little yacht. The wind was fair for sailing of DeLand. were a popular trio of youngIndies the Boulevard, on the south side. It

Automobiles with him for driving his Brevard. Mr. Goldsmith left on Monday and to New Hartford, to Join his family\ up Indian River but when the Dr. at the riarendon Inn HeabreeBe'' will consist of KM( ) large airy and well-\ J

family aronnd. for New York Baltimore and Philadelphia who preceded him several weeks ago. decided It was time to return to Titus- the. first of the week guests of Mr. H. V. lighted rooms There will be 10 modern

I Mr.'Wm. B. Hare, superintendent to buy the fall and winter stock While In New York Mr. Brown will vllle\ he found the yacht had a strong Hough lather of the latter young lady. bath-rooms and each bedroom will be '

Bit the State School for the Deaf andHUlnd for his firm. make his headquarters at the Grand head wind to sail against. After battling They are now In DeLand. and may visit furnished with a standing washstand

St. Augustine, was a pleasant calBer -Mrs. E. K. H. D'Aetb, formerly hotel Broadway and 31st street with boat and wind for some time with Orlando ere the Misses Bunch return to with hot and eold water, with exceptionally -

at this office last Friday. This Is aRrery known a. Miss Amy Bullock\ of N rcoossee -Capt. I'. Nelson and family returned the prospect of being too late for supperat South Carolina. Mr. Hough had his automobile large closets which will be much

worthy Institution and we were U one of the popular guests of from their stay at Daytona on Saturday the Sembler cottage,* Mr. J. ;E. Vincent on the beach, and the young appreciated l by the ladles. An Aoro--

pleased to learn that the deaf and blind the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze. She Is afternoon last via the F. K. C. Line. noticed the dilemma the occupants ladles had a good tlrnaJrlvIng! and surf CATS repr.l4lntatlvwblle viewing tin

Hnmates publish a very creditable month accompanied by her bright little daughter Capt. Nelson and Capt. Hlmonson left on of the boat w.reln. and took pity upon bathing. building-also noted that a pilvate ball

Br journal, entitled the Florida School Dorothy and both are enjoying the sort the 3 a, m, train, Monday, for Daytona them lie went after them with his ADDITIONAL LOCALS will be foundon connects the suite of rooms. There

Hlerald.B bathing and automobile drives. Mrs. to bring Capt. Nelson's launch home launch, and towed them bach to Tltusvllle our 8th, will be stand-pipe and hose for fire protection
page.
of Indlanola. D'Aetb, whose residence Is In Tampa, Mr. F. A. Lostey returned with them. -none the worse. for their pleasure e -_ throughout the building; also
Sanders ;
Miss Alice '
,
Bind Miss Hattle Carpenter of Cocoanutrove west, frequent summer visitor to the They left Daytona on Monday morning cruise on Indian River It Is almost Fine Property For Hale.' modern Are-escapes, elevator up-to-date

the Normal at Coquina hotel, Ormond In Its mostprosperous and arrived at Tltusvllle on Tuesday needless to say Dr. Blalock and ,Miss cafe, a 00x18' aun-parlor, with double
who attending
are and Jones were profuse ID their thanks to frontage-ocean and Boulevard. Alt
for Indlanola days-before the freeze- ; morning;, hvlnbad/ a hard time of It In each
Itulvl1le. left on Friday Vincent for his kindness.To Two nice c>>ttags adjoining the will be handsomely equippedwith
she was a general favorite with all the mosquito Lagoon, Monday night. Mr. ) room.
Accompanied W. S.
by Dr. and Mrs. other In North Tltusvllle with an acre
Mrs. D'Aeth Is the youngest bigh-grade furniture and lllgelow"
Jramllng of Miami on a visit to Mr.Bind guests. of hammock and five acres. of rich muck
,
daughter of the late General Bullock, of SHIRT WAIST prints 5)4 and fitf" cents Orange Grower.*. carpets etc. There will be a saltwater
Mrs. W. R. Sander. Miss Allen returned British Madras for Waists and Dresses 25 cents land suitable for truck farm. Good swimming. pool, Mx40; bowling alleys
the -
here Sunday but she left Miss army. Suit Cases, sole leather l b.A) Under our plan save ,. river front. The larger cottage has three tennis court quoit grounds, etc. The,
we can you moneyon
H'arpenter-jvbo was 111-in the care ofBier White Enamel Picture Easels $1.2.1 CITRUS THE EH, with the beet steeping rooms and servant's. room upstairs main entrance will boa very Imposing
your
and UanJte.
mother and Dr.Orambllng.at Indian- Stoves Furniture'Polish, 23 and ?>0 cents. reputation behind them, as a guaranteeof ; and a parlor sitting room dining one on the west of the new building,
,1MI.s 1: Carpenter's mother also ar- WERNICKE book will be room and kltcblng below. The adjoining
GLOBE- canes their to size: and will have Immense colonial column.
being trne to name, up ,
Kived at Indlanola on Sunday afternoon. Just received, a carload of O. K. placed on sale. See window and clean healthy and well rooted. cottage bas two sleeping rooms and The main corridor Is to be 187x32fi., anal
rvve are pleased to note that Miss CarRpentrr Is time Fla. : servant' room In second story, and
Stoves and Ranges. Now your CHAS. A. OABDHEB Tltusvllle, Our tree are grown on high, pine the dining-room will be 112x32: with.

Is recovering from the stomach to buy. For prices etc., apply to land and are suitable for transplanting,! sitting room, dining room and hitching solid plate glass front 1 looking out on

trouble. JAMEX! PBITCKABI 80111' For Sale On Indian River Into any kind of soil. We have over below. Large brick cisterns to both the ocean. The Clarendon Inn will have
Tltasville, Fla. hou.... Adapted for a nice winter electric' and there
light plant
Its ,
B Wanted-A Blacksmith. 100,000' buds In stock, and will give youa own
Poultry Plant for 1.)110') > bens, and 10- liberal discount on orders for fall home. will be steam beat. In every room.
Mare For Sale. Apply to GKO. M, Koiuims, The hotel will have a first.class orchestra
I Wanted to sell or leas a good, paying room completely Furnished Cottage; planting. There Is nothing good as Tltusvllle, Fla.
of about ten piece, and will
Good Fall trade. CONNER'S PROLIFIC' GRAPE-
hotels. our
I Blacksmith Shop, or will hire a good near four large '
play for the guests twice. day and for
[competent blacksmith and wheelwright. A floe mare; a beautiful and splendid $KX.00: per year. FRUIT.
I Addrell8.V.. E. GOLDSMITH, driver to buggy .or wagon. Perfectly 2-i-St Br.AiB, Merrltt Fla. Write for our New Catalogue, which To World'* Fair Visitors the tri-weekly dances In the Casino.

I Tltnsville, Fla.Orange sound In every way and absolutely safe will be ready for delivery ...1,10 June The Casino will be joined to the hotel .

for lady or child to handle and drive.E. Notice To Cattle Owners. TUB OCKLAWAH: NtrBHKRiE, Seeking accommodations, AlUmontHeights on the south side by a covered way, and

Grove For Sale, C. JOHSSOJT, ((0. W. Conner, Proprietor,) Tenting ground, 800> feet west underneath the ocean bluff are 80 bathrooms 4

Cocoa Fla. You are hereby notified that after the I tf Tangerine/ Fla. of World' Fair entrance, offers so. Ideal for the use of surf-bathers. A
topping near all steam and electric slot machine I being made for the ocean
14th day of August, A. D. 1904, all cat place;
Within fonr miles of Tltusville and a D raying.Draying tie found on the streets of Tltusvllle In Are ,You.Going North cars, delightfully shaded elevation, pier, and Dr. Potter told the. ADVOCATE: ff

jjliall-mile of Minis station; 10 acres of the night time will be Impounded and I no dost, no noise, rellsbable meaU served, representative that the flve cents charged -

I Hearing Orange Grove; nice 7-Room of all I Inds prompt. proceeded against In a manner In accordance -. Do not fall ta get jour ticket. via the good' clean beds, In house and tents to promenade or flab on the pier
hauling
Cottage: shell public road to Tltasville.IV or be accommodated.Holden would towards keeping the pier In i.
| ; attended to. Meets aU trains. Stove with law. popular Clyde Lloe from the agent, large'parties; can go
real snap. |ly all times. 'Ax WOBCKT, C. IL WALTON: A Co., Financial Agent, 1522 good state of repair. The pier will h.. ,
sale at
Itf I Apply to D. L. GAI-I.DKV Tltnsville: Agent, Fla., wood for E. U. HoLTBS. TJtns-ville. Marshal. Tltusvllle, Fla. Chemical Building, 8U Louis, Mo. 23-51 lighted with varl-colored electric light.,


rn




'.

9
... x A-i s
I", ...l'.SELrW': eSi"L'.l' !:. 411tl...:...1tJ ''. '. -



rd Yfir' .

..

"
,




"
I
'' EAST COAST AVVU ATJ!,. AUGUST U, 1904.
2.
: t ,

," ?)i'' 'rrance and concluded by stating that GENERAL:; :; DIRECTORY.. .
Free and and a few bluejackets and coolies. Captain ?ARMS FOR RAILWAY: MEN. To An angleworm all the earth Is
; he had turned the letter over to tbe -
Sblina once, again Inspected his I'' to make boles In.
good for,is a place
IT.s.
Accepted Masons. men who were found la perfect order ..... ........ ,...posed ....... t. superintendent of the railroad the with feasibility Instructions To sooie men all it is good for is a J. P..ral1a1.no......SENATORS........ .... .Ia

some motionless, but others fixing bOT'onets ne..at It* E.np.O... to report upon in. 8.1. Mallory,...... ..... ... ..." """n'lIIlI I
scheme here Along some place to make money i'ennaoola
the
or loading their rifles, preparingfor The Pennmjrlvnulu railroad has under of U. 8. CONGRESSMEN

the end. Washl nil lines the road: has not enough land Robert W. Davie,.... .... ...,. .
Sergeant
Indian No. 90 Major consideration u plan 1 by which of along the right of way, but on other Uncle Sum has enough warships in M.8parkman..... ...... .... AmyWm.1. ,
r was collecting the maps, sketches, etc.. the thousands of employees( may. It could annihilate that Lamar.......... ... ... .. Munu""r."u. .
lines It is believed that the plan the Mediterranean to
\
by the officers. .Sergeant Okano LAND
TltulYlUe.Lodge. kept 8. OFFICE,
River they desire UCTOIIH proprietors of
gathered In the note books of tile men. so easily be carried out. '. Morocco bandIt. but tbe brigand Is not H. 8. (rimbb. ,........... ... ... .. "
r \ Florid and maps and note books were thrown little farm, ways n Ph.l.idelphla dls- tiiktnit water. W.G. .. ",(,/ ( ',
_I pateji to lire =New York Mall.' The A Wo.d.rf nl Beeeipo a. Nlasrarn Fall. FloridaFLORIDA .
Hold Its meeting. the second and fourth Friday into the engine room lire. A corporal : LEGISLATURE

Y at each month a i their room Indian River ordered tbe men' to takeoff the numbers scheme contemplates the parceling out Edward Lloyd a shoemaker from Tbe Lord often shows his contempt E. N. Dtmlok,Palm Beach,.. .

Hotel T.HBandll"l TICiu'Ule,,Worshipful at 7 M o'oluck Master.p.OI. on -their shoulder straps so that of dt'Hlrullltt.laud bcluiiKlug to the railroad I I Hamilton Ont.. had a narrow escape for *( enltb by the character of tbe people W. H. Jones, Titusville,.... Represen' Senator( uy I '

f F. A. Morgan Senior Warden. everything' should be destroyed which company nlonfc the various lines from going over the American falls a It. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMKM;
M. S. Bam,Junior Warden. the Indianapolis to :whom he' elves Wm. S. Jenning........... .
l few nights ago says
V1 would of value to the of truck the free use of
J. M. Dixon: Tra arer. prove any enemy and permitting H.Cia, Crawlord....... .... ..SecretarluyRUt..'
_ + J. R. Walker' Secretary, afterward. this land to every employee who Sentinel. lie was walking on Willow Prune Wafers.Are W.V. Knntt........ .... .. .... T".u". \
I J.: O. Black Chaplain.r. Island and stepped on a rock at JantesB. Wbltfleld.. ..... Aroeyenpry
o'clock tbe under cultivation. (
1 morning
It wishes
to
.M.Taylor senior Dea OD. was past on put tbe land and fell made from tbe fresh California W. N. BheatB,... .. ....8upt. Public lnmtrurtlon
R. JO. MimI, Junior Deaoon. of April 2U when tbe Russians dis- \ the water's edge. He slipped B. E. McLln..Commla.luner I
1 O. H. Walton,Senior Steward. tbe fore himself Into tbe water. lIe was carried*rapidly fruit used all over the land to cool and Alonto C. Croom,..... .. .. ....... C'omItroller Agrleultun
charged torpedo against part In where employee
cases the
,j h A. A. Stewart, Junior Steward.P. J.ChtfordR.Fostery.' ... .. .
.AdJlltaot-r..n'raI
I this down stream toward the falls lIe refrpsh the stomach and intestines, and ... .... l I
W.Ruberu, Tyler.F.M. of the transport On Captain might not have the time to conduct a John Hradford. ,. .BurvejoMrtnend L LOmcV.'at
Wooten,Marshal.- Bhlinu went into the 'tween decks and little truck farm thc! offer would hold struggled bravely to reach the shore to keep tbe bowels active. The moat K. K, lWP 'Tallahassee.i ;Florida: : ('bruin' |

freed tbe men from military discipline. It the members of the employee's family and just above the Goat Island bridge delicate Invalid can take these waferk for SUPREME COURT JUDGH8M. ;

r4 4 I' ORDER OF EASTERN $' TAR.t They were- told tot take what course wore willing 'to look after the land. when he had' given up hope of reaching constipation, Indigestion, and all liver H. Mabry... .... .... ... ...ChM Jtutlc., I
t '' Friendship Chapter, No. 11, hold lu meetlnfr. / they thought fit, as nothing could be In thousands such farms couKT the shore he struck a rock and fear F. D.Carter.... ....... '". .. ,Associate.Iu.IIOI., '
l In the Masonic Lodge room, Tltusrlllo em the of cases it until bl.etl't'ngth and bowel troubles without of grip B. F.Taylor... ............ .. .. ..'
I lint and third Tuenday In each month at 1JMp. done to avert disaster. The men, anxious be provided within a .sbAit distance of managed to cling to ingor pain. They act gently but surely
I m. The following are the officer of the to know the fate of their officers, the homes of the urea and in every returned. He then made a stimulate digestion and hasten the passage RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSJefferson

}, 1 Chapter Mr*.M.! A.Scrlmgeour, W.H, swarmed up the companionways to the case the farm would bo In a place final effort and succeeded In reaching and absorption of food refreshing R. Hudson B.Burr Browne....,.chairman. ..., .. ",..-... LittleiHlvet KeyWrn.

v F.A. Morgan, W.r. saloon found the doors locked and no that would make easy the marketing: : a place of safety just below the bridge. the whole body 100 wafers 25 cents. J. M. Bryan................ .... HlMlmnJI, ,

", I Mr MOs, H.Zandle H. WUilon Stewart, Secretary, Associate M. sound 1 issuing therefrom. Inside were of such produce as was 'not consumed He walked to a saloon on Falls street, I Red Cross Pbarmaoy, Titusville, Fla.HEALTH R.Headquarter O. Dunn, clerk and..office. ....Tallahaiwee...... M 1'UIIO"1. FU.,"'i I

John M. Dawn, Treasurer. the officers who had agreed to ,sink by the families of the 'employees. where be collapsed: on the floor.
Mini KaU Stewart, Conductress.Mr .< CIRCUIT COURT. ,
f *.J. Kllnn.) Associate Con.Mr with the steamer imprisoned the Dr. TV. II. Tolnian. director of the I Minor 8.Jones,Tltu.vllleL .....,, I
?j1 S' 'J *.J. R. Walker Ruth. saloon so that they should not fall Into American Institute of Social Silence In Wealth la Hoer Rvpmblla. J..D. B KKSj Orlando,. ...t"ro
Mr .f..kIo.W.Soohle, Ada. from Johannesburg BprlnKTermIToiirth! 1
Monday
Is clrcultJUdt\i
tbe hands of tbe Particularand It reported "
Mr*.J. L. Carnithers, Martha. -enemy. New York, [ought/, the plan to the attention Fall renn-Fourth Monday j
Mr. O o. M. Robbins, Ksthen scrupulous to the last, the officers of President A. J. Cassatt In a that a new and unexpected source of .
; ,Mr F. A. Manual. discovered In the territory BREVARDCOXi.rurV Cf. .
Morgan wealth has been -
who
Y I Miss Aleph Mini. Eleeta.. bad persuaded Captain SakuraI, letter which besides advocating Its advantages -I drat think w. oould keep A. D.Penney......... .......-....Collnl'Jmln':
O. H. Walton, Warder did not belong to their regiment of the showed how successfully the of the late Boer republic. Near hoax without Tbadford'l BDrauKht. ... :- D. Oaulden. ,.... ......, ProvrcutlnK Attorns",,!
ft Mr*.T.T. Wetmore, Sentinel. Inadvisability of his dying with them. carl'lecJout the eastern border of the Transvaal, on Wa h.T. used it in the A. A.. 8tewart........ .... County CJeq! ,
J.1..Carruthers,Chaplain. same Idea is nt\ present being Term Second In .
,1 South African family for over two years with the Spring Morslav" 31."
V Captain Bakurai, an old experienced .along the line of railroads In the ledge of the lofty beat of roiultn. I have not bad a t Bummer Term- ., In Auiuit
V ll officer regarded by tbe general staff as France. It ahown that the North plateau three!' valuable lode. of tin doctor. la the house for thai length Fall Terra-Second Monday In Novpinlwr.
wits of&1m.. It I.A doctor In Itielf andal Winter Term-Second Monday In Kebruiry,
one of the smartest officers of the army ern railroad lu Trance has provided ore have been found and the depositsare -',."* ready to make a person well

ii; ri JLlN ONrt (\ in northern Korea left his comrades, farm. for 3.OOO employees. that the apparently so extensive that predictions and happy; ."JAMK8 HALL,Jack'aonvllle COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
; 111.Because B. E. Minis, Btlperlntendent..Ronavenlon
_____
_ and the manner of his death I. un EIl.tern'rontl. hOlt provided farms for are heard!: that the new colony Member J. M.1 Dlzon chairmanTlulavllk'R.

< P known. According to report however 2300. the Southern road for 2.UOO and :may prove to be as rich In tin and tH\ great medicine N.Andrews,Cocoa; J. E. >ult>,Spruceblul'

OJumme'SIN \ It seems there was not perfect unanimity the Orleans. roi.d for inort than ((1.000 copper as It Is already known to be In relieves stomach pains,frees) : the COUNTY COMllll1 181OXER8..Y. .

constipated bowels and invigorates R. Walker, chairman, Titusville ,
in the manner the officers should .> farms bfsldes gold. ; Jubn R.
and That tin s
employees :
Mlot, Indlanola R. A. Conkling, Tllliuan
the torpid liver and weak. ) ;Jco
.; :SS."Iii meet their death. It Is stated that aiding the proKperlty of the, railroad Cornell tiiitvo-slt.v, bOil c'eclded 'to reIuee ened kidneys C. Jones, Quay held; ,1.cyst F. c1I. While City. Rnnil"eoslona
Lieutenant Terada dissented from the also Increase the hominess of are Monday in each month!
men. ,Ml Ili'. All professorli '''
its
(
lensed
command of Captain Bhiina that the BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS
t the road and add I materially to the
yt ..XDe q IeS officers should die together ..d left wealth of the entire nation. In lie' rftlm! titter the ape of seventy No DOCTOR. A. I.l'enneyTlnl.vllle..County Jnitt!*.
= 1).L. (ixuId.n, Tltusvlllo;.. I'nn An
--'-'- --- t.
the ship vowing that be would sell bill President Cussutt replied to tbe letter A.A. Stewart,Tltnsvllle... ... County Clerk
life to the enemy but die flgbtlnir.! in cordial note that he A Ji'"'W Yorij" intntM1! any* It IH viil; J. F. Wooten Cocoa ... ... .... Tax: A.MM r
a stating in Tlu.ville I .. ... .
necessary in the homo where E. W. ""II. Tax oIlMlor.:
What became: of Lieutenant Terada Is \he rid, It Is. nt vulgar ttKA Tltuavllle.. ..
had considered the plan carefully and gar <> > least Tbndford's is John Henry, Traanirer.
S -- :fcf not known. I was Impressed with the figures from ,.......'M n' tf 11'f' | kept. Families Black-Draught{ R. E. Mima, Bonaverture.... !Bnnt; Ilih. lint,
I living in the J. (I. Fries, TI usvllle,. . .. County Sur,, nr.
fie' taasussanaL dM4.. The end of the men was equally country, miles from any physician J.P. Brown.Titllavtlle., ....%. .... ..., Sheriff,
tragic. Some minutes. after Captain have been kept in health W'S.Norwood Tltii \llle. ne(Iltralinu Omeor.

Bhllnn had given his last commands, ,forbears with this medicine ft* TITU8VILI.E TOWN- COUNCIL

which Iptt\the soldiers to their own resources their only, doctor. Thedford's O. A. Fm-r,nisyor! Van Wnrley' innrnhul udl
Bialek-Drliullht tax eoll.etorIt.h.Mmte: Jr., clerk and tmu-I.
Sergeant Kurlsu and Corporal cures biliousneBR -
1..xa. nreri John Henry, tax: ,......*.>r; .1. R. Walker
Ilorlsaka committed suicide by shootIng d\px| >piiitt, colds, chills and. ". A.."toriraii, L. A.Hrady, I'. J. H"li and.P.L!
L.1-\> tn.tw each otht> .,and many followed this fever, bud Mood headaches, (arrutbers. rounctlinon Thu cnuni'll i mrvu
r C diarrhoea, constipation, colio first Tuesday In each month
example. Sergeant Okano went on
1t and almost every other.ailment TirUSVILLH BOARD OF TIt\l> :
deck, drew his sword and committed
because the stoniuch, boweU O. M. lU.hl.fm,president; .1. M. lUx"". true l
burlkurl. an example we are told I II Irpyrgo liver and kidneys so nearly con. urr.J. O. Mast, secretary. Meets M>,'''n,1,| red
HOW JAPANESE which was also followed by some of ; trol the health. DHHilay night In each month at their rooms" .

his men. A rather more soldierlike cd"'i+

MEET DEATH way of spending tbe last moments of xa

their liven was tbat of Corporal Hashi THEBFOHETSFOIJEYSHCNEP

moto and some sixty men who from 4(7n.; f

the deck fired repeatedly at the Rus- ,rr cjkyT
4 Striking Heroism: of Soldiers on tN
liens by the corporal's command. The DLAItDRAGUT A

a Transport. eneiuy replied with fatal effect, but the '

end of all was now.llell Fifty min-

a 5] utes after the first torpedo was discharged SEEDS ALL

'1 1'il 'OINKING OF THE KINSH.WMABU, a second torpedo struck the NEEDS

Klnxuliunnru\ and neatly cut the vessel N Experience: has entabltHhed It ala
l t into two parts. It annlt In thirteen mInutes luot. "Hold by all dealers. Younowthey
Trait' Und of Ofllevr and M.. ash.n (trow. 19O4 Seed
} but during,; this time a hot tire Annual postpaid Aw. to all up- '
I; the V...vlVa. Torpedoed by Itus>. plica nt*.
was kept up by the Japanese who

laua_ Soiuo Committed ..ololde.i went down with the ship, cheering and c : D. M. FERRY. MICH.MISSING A..CO.DETROIT. I

,i j Other Kept I:p a Hot Fire and singing, / the march song of their regl- m TAR I II

'! i Sank Cheering .... ln.ln.. Olell t.The. Cures Ooldsi Prevents Pnev",,,,"',, I ,I I

final stage, of this chapter of the --I 1
Death rather than submission was
"war Is. well known-how ubout sixty of I
the fate which wan voluntarily chosen CONTEST.
WORD
p'' the turn succeeded In getting clear of
the soldiers and others who
by were
the ship, either before or ufter\\ she a .
t; 4 on board the transport Klnshluuinru at irr:.'. ,1;.
sank, and reaching the coast but there 4 .
Oenaun when the Russian warships noncombatants whose, fate Is f ,,l.I..r.: .''''', .,\.:.'5:;. PRIZES offered for
.
were I '.' / .
.
y I suddenly appeared! ou the scone. The quite unuertaln, bluejackets aud coolies 1 ,\:: .\:........'. .. ....,,.:;..,.1 r;:; 1 0 1
"
ICobe Chronicle from native '.' :.; the correct solution.
I reprints a I whom it U thought possible the :Cr.. .. :: .::. :- -:
4t .
most Interesting account of ., I.!,.. .. I. :; :' .. ., :;
_t paper a have O. .. t ;... l., '. .' ,' "-
Russian picked up after .. ( .'
_ V this stirring Incident of the may ... '. "'. :": '" ." .. : .... :...,..,., .
,. : .
{ war suys ward. The end of many on board tbe .. ... ,'' ,. I' ..,... ...... .. '
the London Telegraph. It appears that '.. ''';:I-.. __ ., '" .."" _._ 7 d0. Tropical Manufacturing Co.. manufacturers of the great health
.Klnshluuiuru Is ,
onemore striking example ; .. .
\ '. .;-... .".... Drink METTO will all prizes. The contest to
i 'V the men bad been ashore acoutlntc and of the heroism with which men .........jjr: "-:... All.pay It's free to You open
bad then re-embarked. Tbe escorting IiJ
can bo Inspired\ when the alternative to .
torpedo bout destroyer flotilla put to death U surrender and the sense of
i sea and the transport followed butlOOn KIRST PRIZE.To .

the vessels were separated In a military dillgrace.BRIDEGROOM. Miss Nettie Blackmore Minneapolis the first one sending in the correct answeiwe will! give a (beautiful;ill'',

a tOil and when this lifted tbe Klushlu- .size picture in gilt frame entitled 'Turlty." .

maru, thinking tbe squadron to be the ON COFFIN LID how woman be permanently This picture I I. symbolical of Motto tbe (treat health drink
ships. Captain Yagl of the Klnshluinaru tells any young may which I benefit all and contain nu dope. or harmful drug

1 thinking the to be the Joke> flared on ll M>r.iin* Member. of To the next 5. .* . . . . . . . . $1.00 each
.i4 squadron "" blrt..a dob. cured of monthly pains by takingLydia II .. 5:. . . . . . . .1 quart Metto each
Japanese altered her and steer-
{ I course trapped to the lid of a coffin and escorted 'u.. U ao( . . . . .. . . I 1-2; pint Metto each
ky td toward the warships, when the slg with all the ceremony of an ancient E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound. 70 . . . .. . ... .1 M el H Ticket each
o nal "Stop" flouting from the mainmast ----:-

i and the firing! of a blank shot across Egyptian funeral procession YOUNG WOMKN: :-I had frequent headaches of a severe nature IT.S..VOU I

the Klnshlumnru's bows brought the Frank Ellis was carried to the prenuptlul dark spots before my eyes, and at my menstrual periods I suffereduntold I'I I

ehlp to a stand tlll. This turn of event) reception given him by his fellow agony. A member of the lodge advised me to try Lydia E. PEOPLE.... ...KNOW A GOOD........WHEN THEY.. ...IT ARE

naturally caused surprise and astonishment members of the Thirteen club of IMnkham's Vegetable Compound but I only scorned good advice and USERS OF..IN....,. ...GOOD.. ,,,. .SUMMER.. "'"

on board the transport but noth- \VoodIawn III., says a Chicago dis felt that my case was hopeless, but she kept at me until I bought a : ; T

I lug could be done in the way of escap patch. bottle and started taking it. I soon had the best reason In .the world to Cut out this Coupon Mil In the blank ...

t ing. Lieutenant Commander MUogul The club Is an organization of bachelors change my opinion of the medicine,as each day my health improved, and imtes, ono word< to each blank space NAME: ... ........ ..... ....... ,. .

cut, who had charge of the work of who agreed not to marry andMr. finally I was entirely without pain at my menstruation periods. I am mosttyratefuL" the whole to make an .p[top'r lute sea .

the transport proposed visiting the Ellis was the first to break the -:NKTTW BLACKMORE, 23 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. tence advertising Metto and mall to P.O... ...........,..'.......:..... .....
agreement. Carey Reese president of the TROPICAL M'FO. COi,
.
warships and taking such measures as _

required by circumstances. This was the club, sent for Mr. Ellis the other __ Painful Periods ._- 14 Welt Adams. Street. County. ......i...........State ..... ...
day, and when the latter got off the Jacksonville Florida
agreed to be the best course and, having are quickly and permanently overcome by Lydia E. Plnkham'sVegetable
train at Auburn Park be was met by
said farewell to the military officers Compound. The above letter Is only one of hundreds of ;J3T"Remember: the first 101 correct answers received gets the llzu. Sentjn
'" twelve men dressed in white gowns. thousands which this statement to be a fact. Menstruation to tbe
In command of the troops and accompanied prove your answers at once
and caps. Is a severe strain! on a woman's vitality, -If It Is painful something
a' by Captain Yagi, Paymaster
Mr. Ellis was overpowered and strapped is wrong. Don't take narcotics to deaden the pain but remove TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.,

',i Ilda and an interpreter Mr., Kondo, to the coffin lid. lie was placed! the cause. -perhaps! U Is caused by irregularity or womb displacements 14 West Adams Street ,. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
the lieutenant commander rowed to ,
in a. wagon-draped; In white and pulled! or the development of a tumor. Whatever it Is, Lydia
the nearest warship whence, as is by two white horses. At the bead two 13. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound Is guaranteed to.euro It. < .

known, the party never returned and men marched beating muflled drums, If there is anything about your case about which you would like special o 23.4k8. :S... ""C' &; 0 0 |
M are now prisoners of war at Irkutsk. adTietf write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. She will treat your letter as strictly
.
two others led the horses, and two carried for In America can speak an. a.. w. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
On board the Ktnshiumaru the military confidential. She can surely help you. no person HaT 8t.. ,
officers assembled in the saloon banners. Tbe others marched be- from a wider experience in treating female Ills. She has helped hundreds of d,
Ri
y side the wagon, each ,currj-Jng a green thousands of women back to health. Her address is Lynn Mass., and her
and took l.'O\ln"1!
as to their course of
el : lamp. Inscribed on one banner were Ahicel. free. You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation.
N action. The officers
t4 were Captain FULL
I Shllna Captain Sakurai, LIeutenant the words, "He'll be under the lid Details of Another Case. ".4 QTS, ;
Jl next neck" ," and on the other was
,
Terada. Lieutenant Yokota sad Ensign DKAB: HRS.\ PurxaAM-Ignorance:: and I
k painted skull and crossbonea. 'I ,
IlllRkLtter', the conference Captain a carelessness is the cause of most of the suffer.
Through the principal 1 streets the i iJs
i Shllna went into the between decks, ings of women. I believe that if we properly lti
marched to Mr. Heese'shome.
VV! \ where the men had been ordered to assemble procession understood the laws of health we would all be
The coffin and Mr. Ellis
_ 't c and gave orders as to the were well but if the sick women only knew the '
carried Into the house and
I ; course to be taken by them. Meanwhile carefully truth about LydIA E. IMnkham's Vegetable r, r
and! all sat dwn.to a silent dinner. Not a saved much suffer 2'I bIt
both the transport the warships Compound they would be
word! until Mr. !Reese
was spoken arose ,
l' had been lowering bouts, and' three ,.1.A ing and would soon be cured. LQTS :
Ellla-wlth
and
Mr.
officers boarded the Krashlumaru and presented a beautiful "r" "i used it for five months for a local difficulty .

ordered the troops. to lay down their loving cup.. which had troubled me for years, Oo

arms and surrender, stating that If Oat of He r LI... and for which I had spent hundredsof e.

they did so they would! be taken oft "So yon were at Mrs.,Marrable's..din. dollars in the vain endeavor to rec.. i

i board the warships. The soldiers were nee yesterday, Flossie. What was the tify. JJy life forces were being sapped, f Li7 'n I

given tin hour In which to arrive at a menu like?" ;;.f ind I was daily losing my vitality. '

decision, and having allowed the crew "I really can't tell you, for I dldn'-t 'd ffl::(, Lydia li. rinkham'.. Vegetable ( rrl
I
111f
I'' of the steamer and the passengers to take any. It's a thing I very seldom Compound cured me completely, andI i

I! tnlto to the boats. the naval officers re- touch." am now enjoying the best of health, and am most grateful and only C

''L tt::'iif.l to the squadron. too pleased to endorse such a great remedy."-:Miss JENNIE L EDWARD, = 'r Iailhs

1 .t was. now past midnight with aIn Ordinary meadow grass rarely yields 604 II St., N. 'V" Washington D. C.

F1 I tit moon nnd clear sky. .\ great: over a ton and a bait of hay to the Mrs. Plnkham.wh086adlre Mass,will women,

.I l III"l HIV" v. t'.c'l: on the transport acre, but clover will give op to thfee fully and without cwst all letter* addS ed to lier by sick t Y

S w"ld _now Uud uuly troop on boar\l ton. A.lI'enu.for: ;, the Pabst Brewing Co.
I I

.

i .

I y
li I<
> .
}4 I

.A. ,M x .>a. t' .' .."'q ,"'" .:-.. :..>' (*' ( .., ,.- ,gtl
-



'...."W 'hof. ,,'. ...II.'i. .""'_''''''',;,"'Y.1''TI''[' .... '\"'", '.' I.T.1"1h'i'! {'! "".,,.. ,!fI'1' -' ,. P .,
:


.



I .


EAST COAST. ADVOCATK.: AUGUST 12. i 1'104. 3

----
,
-- .
-'--
we-- ( V .
r
Professional Cards. NOTICE of the Mt.te of Florida l hereby araemled, so ,ito I (tovemment orynwr. ot an> "muiiu''luallt, !fc*_ ,
OF ELECTION. !
traIt. ,*follow; '. number mm l**>tlpa le... .ili.ui th"* whole Too Old." Ie1neM C.UIUt Ito Cured

Section II. The Circuit Ciuut'IshaIl haexclusive \.> I >.If a 0:1...., .bii.l ..jVaJid. ,.-_ ,.Itowntly In '"I .\u>e 4iHn cities two by local application, they cannot

EO. )X. ROBBINS, ) oilglual: Jurisdiction in all msen inequity "Oectlon ot A It,tali". VIII of i he Const. rtnviiaof l lint' oomuklttnl, mulchlo /
*
k>
rxnch
.
G Also In ah r.* es at law 1114 eaMtnlaablc the Mte of Florhla Is herein r.H.Kiwl.| 11'l t the dl"ele portion of the ear.
tVtEREAS.TiiR LKfllSt.ATI'RI'! OF 190B. b) Inreilor courts, ami In all eases' InvolMn.. %' uuUl not oMuIn There U to deafaoBR
onljr one cure
'IM' "
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR I, t'In.t.r tin CuiMti ntion ..r imft of U* the '''IUIIIr any tax, asse-smena. o* toll; "I i itheavil.m el1loyln1lt. way ,
Blare 4>r Florida dt.l 1 is smen Joint ejectment and of all actions involving I < in> c. tli*" inm.>$ I us 1"lrh 1 am) tlml by constitutional remodleM.
1 ,
AT-LAW. Ite oh'tloll.I..I..lne| aniAudineiit t.< the Cm. i i.tltutiou the titles or Inniniiarle' ) of reel vatatcandot '..The.... votes Aiueiidment cast In euwpllnnx-and the t h said. pee-! from Now Y.irk. .\ nboutf rT 'iitj /
<>r the Mat of "' ,I.i,. put th. earns all criminal cawa, not ehgataiMe by inlerlorctiurta \, invass, ilelsratlous man .i II'Mn"1118 itu8cd) by an Inflamed conOlUon -
thereof, shall
will practice In State and United States' the were member Creed t.oleoced. I'J."ote to each of three House.d.urlis, that of the all of forcible, and. entr original>,. and jurtmllctlon unlawfot. detainer.and "f attlon Urn same and mure regulation* and restrictions I uHuhlwie.l$ a* are to 'two J"<'III'H old hnil; uspplirt t l tj1, tile : uf tile mucous lining of the Euatachlan .

Court. vnta on saul Joint Resolution were entereil up- or such other matter .. the Legislature' Slate l I..vhl.of*Fhnrlda.LvTasTlMotYWllEltaiIi.by.: Uw. fur Meneral Kliwtn.ns: In tlit, nt ht W.IIIIII at 1 luiulior; JTrtnl for t.lbe. Wh.n. tl>lt tube get 'InII -
on tbelr respentl.e Journals with may proV1<'.. The shall have flnal appellateJurisdictIon
Office At TITUBYII.I.E FLA. tboraon ami tlu-v illil certiiiiie .aiiil yeas...11..t anti nays that In all; ",,,,11 and otlinlnal castaarising i. I hate horeun- %work: hUll ,5 ,. tokl to .'is ii In tlitMiiprnIngV .tmed you have a rumbling sound or Im-

the *. f l lii y>cr porfocl hearing when It IH entirely
elector u( the sr"te at the tivucral hlootlou In county judge$ : and of all. misdemeanor and Ivll .1. 81) <$esi of the 1'1.' .te of Florida' st Tallahassee I ate '
QAULDKS, :Scvemlw lun*. cases tried in the ttnirta of record, of ,,,.11t" the
D.L. Now, TIIJt'UP: <'II". I. II. CLAY eRA WFORD. of tnent all cases or sentences arising l elor of any.. Justice municipal of o*the uri.pxsoeIn and August A.n.1>.CLA'III" t'R.\WF.''Rr>, anti .nppmntl iultt| ilojwtttl. ':';y thelntlnmm.ttlon' can b. taken out and

ATT.OUNKT-AT-LAW, SiM-retary notion that ot aGENERAL the State oC Florida" do hereby gi>e counties..,In which there Is no county murt., Secretary" of MISS.. "No i>tio. wuulH mi <>W mini," lie"wnfd.Aa this>l tube r os to red to It. normal condition,
or oourb recottl anil supervision antl .ap To J. P. BROWX BlmrllTof Hnanl ( '.
pellate jurisdiction. of matter arising I..r".. uilllt3.Muttter'M th > nl htvort> on tht.ltwl wl-n naming will t>e destroyed forever: nine
Will
practice* la all the Oourti ot ELECTIONwill
the State ,
Jtidgva .
county pertaining to their
ot Florida and the United State. Court or to the estatm and Interest prolwto of minor Juristllovlon -, .W")', lilt.? lie \viU<-ninm In Illkllj)hm CBBBS out of Iou aro oauaoil by catarrh

\ be held In .,lOb County. Florida on Tidy ;..- and of inch other matters aa the Legislaturemay Huh' found th,' oM nmii Hretolil ut
which I I" but inflAmed
1. U Box 23S. TITOBVUXK. FLA.F. naxt .Mii-ceBiting tim tint MmuUy Inoeiu: 00,1, <10. The circuit contra and judges 111\hl nothing an condition
b..r. A. 1>. .w>4. the aaia Tuseday be.un the shall nave power to issue writs uf mandamus, full h'I/lh. breathing liouvlly.) He tippourtM nf tillS mucous inrfaaea.

J.: WKUli EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Inj batwaa motion.corpus quo and..warranto all writ.certiorari proper or,probillition necessary, : AXI: ) 111' VIRTt'K;: OK A PKCUKK to IK In jr'at ptilu niul, hl"'IIPI We will give Ole Hundred Dollars for

(o the ooinplet. eternise of their jurlsdlotlon.flection USDIiR..... In the I'I cult i ....r., for the were burnttl. Any oaaa of tlenfn *. ((canned by catarrh)
for the ratification or rejection of tbetaM Joint I, rweiith Jmlioal ('o..rt..1 Florida' lit and that
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW cannot Uall'a Catarah
Ku*<>lutloimt>runi| ..IUK A..e..d..nu to tne Constitution 24 of Article V, of the Constitution for Itrevard county 'n. cause therein, flea The man WhIM .tn klt to Itivmovolt" IIOHplttil b cur' by

Will la the Court of of the btaio ot JTIorltla, vi.: of the elate ..r Florida Is hereby amended soa lauding. wherein the"lorld l.oau. and. Trust In nn auibiilanfo nml, thuet'tiOtbI'lI Cure. Semi testimonials.Addroiui .
practice the 7tUCircuit. to read aa follow: ( oinp..uy, a coniorntlon I III coinplainnnt. and Ilet F. J. CIIKNKV A Co., Toletlo Mt
Taxes: : paid for non-resldenta. ARTICLE XXI. John11>. t trabb and Itettln ('raId.l Ins wlln.. ..t al., later. O. lUll'a Family Villa are the beat,
"Suction 24. lrpnn the application of a
ma ale I will sell at auitliui' In
and and defendants pnbllo
rents account collected.
That the following amendment to the Constl.tlou jority of the registered voters of any couniy front of the Court House door to the highest' The other c .occ rn'il! In Chlll/ Sold by dru/glltl, 73o. : -T*
of the Htaw ot loiluit ba, slid the i In till gtate the Lngislatnr shall establish $ -
I. same *, in bidder for cash, at Tttuavllle, Flotldii" '
TmrsviTLK during '
F OKIDA'. Andrew >rinll liii I' .
bereby nn.oU to, and shall be stlbmkuwl to the such county a court of record, and there shall the, 'legal hour of al, on the ......*" forty-Ova ) 1'11 I" *
elector uc the Hute I... for each of the said ,
at the general election lu one judge courts who r outd not ntititln Miiployment. "ti '
November, linn for ratification or rejection.Sictlon shall bee prantlciim attorney-at-law and who FlrTH DAY OF SKITKMUKR: A, D 1UO4, ol } 11
A.D.. PENNEY, shill be apiolnted by the ; .
Six of Article Eight of the Conatltu- liy the Senate and who sh ill bold. his the asme being a legal sale, day the following .. ;
tlon of the state of Florida, In liereuy auieuile office for four y...... The annual salary of the ",'.c"lh..I..al eotaM.. situated' at Ca, In lirevard entliuH.*' "'n* III. demrlptloiiIn It's

ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.TITt1SVILLIC. no a* to mad lu follows i judge' of said courts shad 'std qtmrterl.i by count to-wlt Commencing at the South, his\ loIters of but t
)
1I\11 :
;: rust of Lot I ,
Root Ion 8. Tba ) the county where I such established and. corner one ( ) according to the plat r"I'oIIt'lIcltul.
.. .' Leiliiatnre| shelL provide for .. of Indian River City, being a ,.*rt or the town
FLORIDA. the election by the qualified' elector shall a* follow! In countIes of !* .. than all these jualltlew (fountit] for
of each 1olhlll
tlf Mil thnunand populations one thousand. ilol. nf Cocoa, run thence. north ft.i' feet thenoa west I
; Will practice In all the courts of the 7tl county of the followIng county otlluen t liirsi' In ,iouuutls of from fifteen thonaand. to Ito feet thenc south, 01 foot thence past 110 with the men to whom lOt went /1' 'klnl !

A clerk of the clronlt court a sheriff con- thirty tUousand. population, sixteen huinlreddollars I fuel., the place of 'Iwglnning, together with the "Vou lire (too old" IIII'ytolul .
Judicial (
Circuit. Stable, a counl.e..ur..r taxes, a uoumjr tax ; In countlvs of from thirty thousand to building thereon The above property, will Iwsold fmrln'm"lt ',. f
'collector a county treasurer a suuerluieufhintof forty-five thousand imputation. two thousand froe from the mortgage, given by Kettle' him. So Andrew Wrmlten voni- .
Crabb and .bnsband t.. Lafaictle Won I..... and '
and .
uuullo liwtMiBtioa and a county surveyor. dollars' ; in oountln of more than forty tlv*
FROST thousand. population. twenty-four hundred dollars hv .hint assigned to Oustave Muller, the sauna rltpt *ulcldn. I \ ;.
GA. ; The term of office of all county 'ottloors men ; and all criminal courts of record now es hnvlng; been paid. 'rbe "hlcms(, Roi-onl Is'i'itll lu ( .m- F\
tioned In thin Motion shall be for tour year, tatilmhsd III this Slaw' shall upon the) ..do|<. JOhN IIKXRY4Bt < OF.
7.IATTORNEr.AT.LLW, except, that the term uf ollloe of the county tlon of this amendment. IHWOIIW and lie rouiuf < ttpoolal' Miwter.. n1otna on the bitter "MI w1 any: ,
assessor of taxes, county tax cullvutor aniloouuty record as h>'rein. provided nud I all olllctrs ., ,
Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th treaaurer, ball lie for two yean, until of suf"4 criminal courts of record shall lie otllcerof -- \ft are apt to apeml much brrnth, from _
the K.mera'.leuI"ou In November, I1KKI!, at wiiluh inch courts, and dlwhnrge the duties Hlierifl'ii SaleUNDER time to time In rienounclnif the drones ..n.1"apunlu" 'i ,
Judicial Circuit. election tbey shall lie elected for term,;. of lour and receive. the emoluments of such until the on aoclety-whether beggars '\
year earn, aim thenceforth all county ofliosranania expiration of their term of oltice.Suction -
TITUS vi In thin present -anil ortn. w* u... the very
LLK
FLORIDA.CTE veution miall' be eluded lor term ; 'c.
of four years 'llieir powers iltiue and com lift, of Article V. of 'the Constitution ANUBY VIRTI'K OF AN JoX: lCCH. practical argument that they consume
NMUMtlou stash lie ireiwrlbed by law. of the mate of Florida Is bereby amended so Issued of the County Court of Jirevard what, they do not produce. ant that they _
E. FOSTER ; a* to read a* (follow: Comity .Florid. whereIn. l>ellaLlndsav are consequently wasteful member otoolety. '
: and hr Imslmnd Thomas Lindsay arehlSuulIIlts. What shall w* any of the wat
25. The Court of
Section
Record shall haveexoltisIve i :
Ycu
ARTICLE XXII. and 1. T. Hasselt I* lemlant l 1 have) that II Involved when sos'ti'ty Itself can 'L !
jurisdiction of all criminal twees not
A TTOHNEYA T.LA W,; in.lest upon and. will sell at I.nhllolIIIIth..1 for ,
That the following amendment to the Constitution capital, which >h..U. arise In said comity, and "nanu to the hlghnstanil best bldiler.' Iwfora tIlet'ourIlusuis. find no plac. ro competent t..n over .
..r.1I case at law In which the demand, or who are thus driven to ,
of Tflusvllle rortT-lve.
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. the niata of Florlilt besot the '" door In the town ot ou .
name In hereby agreed M.and shall! be submitted value of the property docs not exceed. one tnotis- or to lower grad of work or _
JACKSONVILLE FLA. to the elector of the Htate at the H....<>ral ansi ilolUrs, and. concurrent with the clrcujt. THE FIRST MONDAY IX BE1TKMHKII: 1904 to ulolilT' Th blame rests on socIety,
election in luut for ratification or rejection.Suction court shall,have exclusive Jurisdiction uf tirofeedings all that tract of .land. lying In llrevurd county, which m. ana on o\u..lve. '
-- relating to forcible entry and unlawful Florida. and desorllieda' followi,

8. BURNI2AM M. D. 8 of Article 13: of the Coniitttutlou is detainer of land and t."am."u.R4Io'lo" Heglnnlng eight chains went and throe amiseventyfive D tnnn Met Ito old" tq lus donletltb

N. hereby amended so as to led as follows: 2fl, of Article' V, of the Constitution' one hundredth' olinlu ....IIII..r the of conimoti humanity

Section VIII. Each county shall lie required of the tate of Florida Is hereby amended *oas ;Northeast. tlular.ernt tlieSoutneastquarterof. tlie.) \
SURGEON; .and SPECIALIST, to "OIMUS and cnlluvt annually lor the .ul.Iurlor | | to nutd 55 follow: Northwest qua'tar of Mention 4, Township$, M 141 Are we ch.lh..i, or evvn half \,111.1. DRINK.
kange aft E-: thaniie run South three slid twelveand
iiulilio tree nchut.ls thoieln a lax lor not lieU till" 211. There IIh.lIll... six .. whrn tlKM" who have Brown niced In I
Ear and three !\eo terms It> the a half oiiH-liuiidredtha clialos, thmice' W sl j
Nose i
Throat. ( nulls than
) or more seven ? "W.N'
( ) .
the Uuilar of Court of llecord each )'ear. thirty two ohsIuusti. nee !Norili tin-ream! twelveami nervloe appewl Are
taxable In tile
properly| same CI \1111'\lln7
.
a ha to e-hiliiorsillhs rlMliis. thence East:
WKST* PALM BEACH, FI.OKIDA. Section. 117, of Article V. ..f the Constitution thirty *.,.. ..Ial. tfl U... .N....t .,' .han......in.. .11,11.lalnlng Dot thu soldiers of pence entitled t our
-' ---
'
of the state of Florida Is hereby ameueihid so ; ten, acre more; or l lues a* the propHriy: : ;; nf (
ARTICLE XXIII. a. to read. a* follow: the dnfendnnt' and t". saulue will be s. ld to "'r And coimlderntlon an wi'll n I thusio .

D R. HOUGHTOVSFLOATIXO That: the fol:owing amendment: to the Conatltuitm ftCtl..1I 21. There shall he for each court laUal, saId. ....""un". of wart Are tildusUl who tight to give U
p of the btate of Florida lie and the name of record a prosecuting attorney, to lie named J. ,HtOWNI
U Is homliy airmail to and shall submitted the county ,,solicitor who Mall be apixilnted by Blierlffof llrevard County Floilua.Notice. life IBM entitled to klndneiM than thoao

DEXTALJAPARTMEXT3 to the elector of the Mate at the gtmvralflection the flnvernor and confirmed by tile Henite, and who flgbt to kill? When men not
lu Noveiuuei, A. l>. IUU4, for latlilcatlou who shall hold. office for four years. hue oiimjiensatliiii flk.
on the "Den to.," or rejection.Suction shall lie. fixed by law. 'I for charity, but only for a chancto toeern.

18 of Article V. or the Cunstltiitlou "Section' 28, of Article V, of the Constitution are w* to turn from them beraurnt -.
Now ox TIIK INDIAN RI'vltlt. Shall lie and I* hereby amended. so a* to read a* of the State of Florida. I'hereby. amended, ana : N TIIK rinnriT rotmr IN AND row'
follow. ISection t.. read as follow: I I llrevanl Oouuty, Florida.In they bawl a few white hatraT I* ill

Chancery. tbttre for all did '
18 The Legislature may organize In "Section V*. All offence triable In the court ROM TlioinpsonVH. > not enough not tliuftvlflNbneMai

F.BUCK, uch counties a* It may Ulnklr"I..r county of record shall lie prosecuted. upon Information }} Hill for Divorce. of mnn tIlls up to murder
courts which shall have Jurlsillotlon of all oae at under oath and may lie tiled at any tlm-. Alex Tlionnwon )
Stockton & Budd Bulldlnir\ Main St. taw Hi which the demand value of the imnwrty whether the ooui tie In session or not, by thecounty Not In* to Non-IUlilent, \ IT* brother)
THE GREAT
Invoked siaiIUotexoued! live hundred dnilaref I sxillolmr, but the grand jury of the
AI.Il. Tliere
To Th..nll..nlY. the itlmhouiie
Jacksonville. Rooms IS! 10, n. of procoedloK: rrlatlni' to the forcible entry orunlawful circuit onurt for the county. In which maul court .are hereby reiinlreil t l. apiwar\ lit the Mill. are *, we say.Teue _
ilatentlon of lands and tenainei.ts, and i.f record I I. held, may Indict for offences trlside nf Complaint, Kiel herein airalnst you III the but they are often o\trrwdPI. DRINK.
DENTIST. of mtndeiueaiii, and tin.l appellaie, jurlHillotlon I In thus court f record. finding I HEALTH
l Is the
: entitled loss
: : kliove imus on or
In civil
Crown anSjBrldge Work.? justices of the peace.Tba commit. b..llib. auaiisetl for trUI lu the court JBTII hAY UF AUGUST A. I>. IWK) their own self They do not C H
of record and the county solicitor of said court The MAst ( asy Al> I Is hereby rnllec'
Porcelain Inlays trial of such appeal" may be iln novo a* the shall Immediately. file' therein. and lot ir mat Ion nated as the n<* option of the amwllanc.. The county judge shall GOOD
based ii| m such Indictment, upon WhIch Information In week for sight' 0".01)
IIlK'-cIass! Plate work. lie the judge of the county court, and snail bean the accused shall be tried.Section l"hl.heloll".loh .'r to give an eqolvjlent fur wbnttlivy

attorney at-lsw. Witna. iny band and I anal of office Ibis the receive "
OT of Article V. of the Constitutionof OLD SUMMER TIME
Th.re shall be elected tile electors 24th day of JunelW)*. i
by qualified .
the tate of ii amended
FOLEYMIONETANUTARtu. of said county at the time when tint said a* to read as follow. Florida! hereby so teal Ct (5 ) A. (A.' MT\1An.r 1 Llulrl.\ What .bnl we nay of .im-lpty, wlu>retli I _
juilgejs elected a pnisnuntlng attorney for saidcourt. ro I
.CAUdreNS lfa ._ .3. ..Ia,_ who hall hold rOles. for four ,ean. "Section" 211. There shall be no county court It, O. A. fl.w.rt. Puputr Clerk. I III Bt "VI Ik. these cnn oocurT Surely o
His unties and onmuensatlon shall be preserliuwul I In any county where a onurt .,f reoord I* es ---- It n ,ed. wore tumnnlty and hOrn gre d.

by law. Such courts. my be abollstied tbepleuniire tablished.eotlun. Foreclosure of 1fortgige. ---- .

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE of the Legislature SO, of Article V, "f the Constitution Klflnoy TroiibUin.
lYovicled that all county judges hntillng said of the Stat of Florida I I. hereby .me..d..d soas "
OF MEDICINEWXSlStff-: : office at the ratification. or lid, aninndment: : shall i: to road all follow: IN TIIK cmcriT Klorlda.rfnT IN AND ron HUEvard are emily relieved ami on rtfil,I In the be.U1i0Ifu 0
continue In the exercise of the .dutla thereofsccnrdlng County,
The clerk of the of but tile dIsease In
"Section Jin court reoord In t'lianiery.DAVIOM.KtXlKHTOX; its grows
XHDICIIIE-DENTISTirY-PHORrVUCT until their; to their respective oininlnMl'ins, and I \\'he\ : by' the oIpet4.rs of I lie county : we m nt find mure pntant rented
successors are duly qunllnol. and In \ : the court I iii established: and ehall boldnfllce ) .
f Modera Laboratories is charg of tpedaliaU.QuIaSyaten. provided further that when any county court \ for four vents, and his compensation v> I lll to fonwloae Here I is where Jrvlng'a. Uiiohu Wafera

{ Superior Clinic ball hereafter beettahllshed In .any county In shall be fixed by law. The .lierlff the county FKANCIMA.WM. II UlURI'Ksnd MHARI'K' I i. MortKau. excel aa t* cure. Of course they give| M ETTO II I I delicious, refreshing
State the
this judire of said ronntr shallhold ,
|Bedside. teaching In our own IIopitaLKnrdrtsileHlnformstion his office and county perform the duties,of judge' shall be the executive oltlnilr of said court) till hull wife et al defsuuoanls.TI J Quick r.llr. but more than) that Rive n 1 borerage : ripe
duties and lees shall lie fixed by Inw.Section _
...,;I"THF. PROCTOH. mlllrom' _
of the county: court until hi. term of otll e shall J. W. IIAIL4NTINI.one of the d.fonilailt i tire cure. Tlior positively

expire.. 81, Article V, of the Constitution of You are hereby required' to aptiearlu the Bill purl, the blo -- the Htate of Florida' I* hereby amended so .as or Complaint, lleil herein aorainst. yon In the Cro.1'barmaoy, Tltuavllle, Fla. .

ARTICLE XXIV. to read* follow i above entitled cause on or before the Ath day of .__._- from pornlolou*, liarmful drugi.. Motto J
The Largest and Most Com Hepteinber I'.HH. EAst COAST AHV That the following, amendment to the Constitution Section St. All rule of practice governingthe the | III whlnlt tIlls Aflr tlluiullhi.
newpawr

Inlet Establishment South. of State of Klorlda. circuit court shall lie anidlcahle to the ,0..11..1..111. once a week /of fsurj..iussoutive Wife stimulates the Unl. hush. the KMnejg ,
( ? the be. and thesame court nf record, and all I law relative to criminal weeks. I'm sorry to tt'"e you come \
Is hereby agreed. to and shall be submitted
to the.eli.ctor. of the Stalest the general court of rrcord shall apply to courts ofroord. \Itnca flu' hand and seal of nfttue) thIs, the home In mirb 5 I Ntnto aa til. Churl.. aoti directly on tbe bladder 4
GEOI S. HACKER & Changes of venue may lie had from a A. A. It fIGWA it r,
: SON election In IU04 for ratification or rejection. I "lrllday..r'o'y.II" HiiHbiiiid kneev sorry, Carrltf. -
of record to another court of <1'11
court record or
( .) (: of soul. ronrt.
That Section 10 of Article 0 of the Constitution I to the cjrnult Court of another county for the Ily O. A..I"rl" WA hIT, and t hn t'a why I told you not to Hake tlieaa organ (perform their funo- J
of the .tate of Florida la hereby amended same C.,,_. and under the laws providing for j3-4t Deputy Clerk. .
so lit to read as follows i the same cause, and under the law* providing .I npiIloHton 'J1nll'rlt|) Lions In I natural wajr; thereby keeping
; for rhanglntr the venue from the circuit court
Motion 10. TI. credit of the Htste shall not of one county to the circuit of another 0011I"" _
be pledged or loaned. 'lu any lodlvldnal' com The ('..... rnnr may, In hIs discretion, order th" Notlowwf Apitllrnllon for Penult Itnp ID I (liii f.'rs'r. lint tIle mOlt up. the ayatem perfect a.ml .beallliy corfII -

L''r-: corporation: i aa.ociatIonl! nor shall: the circuit ludtce. having jurisdiction of th. circuitcourtof rltfbt of nil juulriuei. I.'.. for nlm fnss,1itentq
become a joint owner or stockholder In any county, to hold a special. torso nf to Hell Jitillors' Wlur* tlou.
any company irssocistlon. or onriioratlnn. Tb.Legislature a court uf rennrd of such county for the purpose" tin 'poor 111''" tint nn welt uaof tIle :

shall not authorize any county city of trying cases In which the judge nf the court und JI.r. 1111.. III'* vlor.Hhenntone., ,. .
borough township or Incorporated ills.rtnt to of record shall. lx disqualified. lrtl. to anycaiuto
IH come a stockholder In any company association al law In a court of record shall have '
or corporation or to obtain or appropriate the sHttie right", trial by judges ad lltem or W IHKRKAH. R. I.. rT'.OW' PlAIt rir.KU Call for n U Irilii' WufcraTlil t
money for or to loan Its credit to any corporacept by refer*"* a* may. exist under th... constitution with tlm Moanl of ('.,us.tV, "omirlnaltm.rr
......... ___ ."...'"'_''' ..._............:.. ur ........1......... r,., nr the MWS in reference to caw in circuit for Bri-varil oiintv. ShIrlilil. ills AI'-! I la IM' thus iluwn for fun of and I laughter.'TI. ,after.. \ _
that. the Legislature. may snthorl municl court or mar, If the jndge of the oonrt of llnatlon for .iwrinlt to sell ll<|iiors. WIIIMSJ anilIwer the o.>'llr., the; "'.rnlnl
|"" l cornoratious. to relieve from municipal' record I lie disqualified, transfer the cause to the 1 In Election iilstrlut il, ot ...IdIV alliS There ", no "morning after" If
taxation for such period of yean .. to the municipal circuit court ..Uh. county In which such courtof II..t t an* ettlaen i.f auoli .. illstrmt. may you carry a box of California; I'uoe ,-Sold by-
.".authorities may seem proper any maunfactiirlnir record' may be. "Valise If any tlle..I..t. the nifwtlnv of the "I U ,
enterprise. that may locate. within the rbstnt to helil on TuesiUy. the ittll ilav atMi \ and take 1 few liefure Iflnj In
said. municipal y. bnt no such exemption, shall IVcll'in' n. of Article V. nf the Constitution |>tmlier.1..Xt. nbc .I"h permit slioiil.l. not heranteil. bud. Theywill fU 1(1 all rl awl Red Cross Pharmacy
be for a longur period than fifteen of the Htate of Florida' Is hereby amended so ( JOHN H WAlKER ,
years. too* before ]11th< wafers25q
MANUFACTURERS OF aa to read a* follows i"Bcrtlon (nialrm .>, the HoarilnrCmiiityf you up br.ak"at. Tltuavllle, Fla. I _
"it>niilssl 32. Court of record shall be ahorlabel ._ -- ,-
riurltla. .
Doors, Sash Blinds. ARTICLE XXV. by the Legislature, only upon a petition' .-i- -
ol a majority of the riugI.tor..l voter* of the I
That the following ....amendment the Constitution inch wLEY5ttONEYTAR
.
where court I I. established.ARTICLE
Moulding & Building Material of the State of Florida" .... and I* he...". county, la V.rk.a fOIEKDNC
agreed to and shall be submitted to the electorsof To realize' bow Ih'.1. anil out. .ton. ho coutf fa .net b..1 lunB _
the Htate at the general: election 10I.1JIo Just ..
Office. A Warerooms, King oppont. ber, 1110" for ratification or rejection. XXVII rceu goyertiinontdl opprvtmlon In --

Street.Charleston .
Cannon Sectionof. Article XVI shall l>e amended so Hiat the following: amendment to ......I..n 2n Russia has become the following story. .

S. C. as to read as follow t Article III. and Section 24. Article, III, and the taken from tbe New York Bvenlnit P. K-uhslman c& Co.
Article .
Section 6. The Legislature shall provide forthesp repeal nf Section II, of VIII ..? the Constitution
"ed> publication I and distribution of all ; of the State or Florida, IMF, and are. IlluitraUve: _
Sash Cord laws It may enact. All decisions of the Supreme b.reh'-, and shall be submitted to the rOt J atIxttnber SUl WacblnnUin, St. I l NEW YOIlK.U3 .
ail
Weights ) Court and all law and Judicial decisions" ..I..t..n..r the state at the general' electloA to Kot long ego a number of students I : X. Y.
shall be five lor publication by any person.Hut be) held In November, A. 1>. Ittoi, tu.wiISuctIon *; cent an address oxpr..lnl.|rm- Murray Btreet. J _
.
of the Court shall pathy with the Japan.. .
no judgment supreme 2J, Article III of the CnMtitntlon of p..o'
.Hardware take effect until the opinion of the oonrt In the Hta nf Florida. I* hereby amended. so a* t Tokyo The RussIan pll.
neb case shall be Died with the clerk of said that some ot
to nail a* follow Wu. .Iwa
.
Window and Fancy Glas court. i iHtlo" tutres were. thoe of I'olleti J... and Oranges Pineapplesand
20. The Legislature' shall not passspecial domiciliaryVisits
tbl the tor :
or ""' .IIa...* In any ef the following .n- : excuse makinI ,
A SPECIALTY. ARTICLE XXVI. unwn edea. e*| that Is to. ..,. r* :t>lattnv the IssuIng *umroon the sons
jurl*
Section I. of Article V. ofthe Constitutionof or for the punishment of crime or ._. Oftl".re'l: ..eta. 8um.Um<* they ."ptl.no r- Florida Fruits Our Specialty. ___
I lli State of Florida. 1 U hereby .amended so except for the enforcement nf special local i -tne.which was m.nlle .10" __
Uw regulating the practice. of wrartso Justice! I* &
a*Section to read 1.as follows The Judicial: power of the State' criminal,......I.lInlC ease for changing granting venue divorces of; civil and I er.aU
.......................... shall be. vested In of a Record.Supreme Connty C..urtt.ClrtI..lt Courts tbe name of ;persons. ) vacating' r<. ( rapid In w. .U In U other you ,11 Olve IM a trial Established yenr.
Court .
Court* ., moning Impaneling grand and ", eb.nltln.j part ot the Russian *mplr* an IhJ.men' 3
: : and Justice of the feaoe.Section their
County Judge and providing for theIr couip atlon; that the police are "tlletlnI or ... .
eamneot and eollertlon of taxae for dlnary duties to this partlcular -- ,, -- -
6, of Article V. of the Constitution; of I.p
county and municipal' pnrposM; for openingand dancer. rurltr In the '
170. _
the Statei of Florida I* hereby amended so a* to < r.Wlh''I'I'IU
conducting elerthm' for Htat and county I Streets I* deereeaing to the vanMhln
: read as follows: and for .
$ officers designating the
and municipal :
- IF YOU RECEIVE A 8AMLPEJ : rxrtlon I. The Hnbrein' Cents shall planof v*t Inc, 01. the sale o' real estate he pit Le.tterIy. the lower ol. "a.*
hayexcllate with lone
lorlwllctloo l I. all eases at law and In [onicinc to minors,estates. of demndenu, and 'iftrnrsoM /lq themselves a
,. 1.1..Il"n".. legal dlsabllltlee; tr.nlttlng I er daccer. *. and th* natural consequence M. Lane & Son
rtU'ERIT In cIrcuIt courts. .nd ofaI5lU
THIS : nrlllinatlnll' ,
COPY OF : 'I"lty ,
trout. the .Ir.tlt, courts I" ..rlaIig the fee*.of oftli, r.. of the State) or county I the multiplicatIon ot fatal assaults and
2 : ; berore county judIceS." 10 ....tl IS TO- j.rI..IfoCI. soC 10 the _l or will; legItimizing eblldnntrruybllng from the p01104dSvOtJng
too their probate
lug .u..r"lol
.. 01 the e.l.r... or Inr&nte. and 10 l<" the adoption of eltlldrm r..", ,
.
.1tjrfO..ot their time 230 rVAHHINOTOJT
al" "tlon C STREET NEW VOUK. _
,
I.KT YOU KXOW THAT. .55.. ..r convictIon or f.l"n I" She o..ria ofreeoI.4. hug minor from legal_dlsalillitle ; and form* .I the studeOts.
of rpm tb'1J&
.trimln.1 eases 10 atablMhmeot i &
anti lD all riO.tIOIr!
2 WE WOULD LIKE YOU TOA.SUBSCRI.HER. : the CIrcuIt _rte. lbs Sours shall have the TVlioin the coU would III of
HeAkis)7l, Artb-l the Constitution of
.
:: : : power to Issue. quo wrt warrant of mandamu. haueaa Corpus! cerUorarl.prohibition a.11.1au the State ..f florida, i* hereby aeienoVil .su M shake mad." Hurly Itureift l If no- Southern Fruit and ProduceOOJloolo '
B follow
COME to th to read as ; I hOt
i writ necessary or pntper completeexercise tax to the Trg of mud In _
tv. ) of lu f nrtsdietlnn.. Bvb of tile |lure.tIiw Sertlna" :or... The Legislator ihall l"
shall have ......er.- writ of tialwaseorpaecoaar uniform *", tem of conaty ...,. .tabU..I' seizing ;o f English remain and b/
p part of the Slats npms petition ball testIs mnnloipalltlee Into elswavs of ""I treatment Nobod/ ooh ts.
;; ;by. or oo behalf of any person held. In actoalcustody mom than four o*) tb.* baste ef population It of h own lubJetl. : : u _
.. ,and may *nak. such writs returnablebefore hall establish for each clan a uniform *y.tem want. the nation but the

htnuelf or the Supremo Court or... andwbeai any of govrnn.ent.: II hall provIde for the rein. I majority dNtrore would b" FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
J..cfretb..r.or before any, elrcnit J jlld r exUtiug of mankind plet ,'
: ,. .......................... nut returned to tb. $' aprrn Court, aau :*>r.r'r.: : :. of each mnntclpality ktrrmtfer %n w the tbat

appeal that court shall alway Ito.ikctionhlof be .ItMwrporaUd monb-rpality kilo <.n. ..i.i"h' t tepU.m aP1br o I _

Article V. of th* Constltntlesi tines and no law relatlne u |... cieatiun. presses the Uu.laD plle SUooUa, Cart and our quotation furalali on application. _






ji I, ""I"IAIi.






,,-."" >- r. t, w 4, _
----- ____ _



w +TSP9"P'r 1iP E4.+4.ar '9i'.P',t""re ',' '''''','j!:". r' m".. 'iII'I'I"'I'! ''' W
,
.
'
\ '
.f< -:
t -
'" I




,
.: 4 EAST COAST ADVQCATK. AUGUST 12. 1904.

-

JAMES. FBITCUABO President: WM. M. BROWN Vice-president.
JACKSONVILLE'S CARNIVAL.
(1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. WINSTON S. BBANNIWO, Cashier.

'It''' ;:' .. Jacksonville-the key to FloridaIs

1 iJ 1!,'1 I, WHKbY JOUftnAL B.VOT&D TO TaP DUYL. *-\ again before the people of our INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

1 'f'' OF BUT Of Tat IWDIAH' BITBB, LAKBWOBTH !State with a Carnival that will (cTTfrUj ,

AVD,HOATK.BAY..oTIO... eclipse all previous record, and COUNTY DEPOSITORY. .

: will be one of the grandest events -
,I FKIDAT.CUABLBS Authorized capital. $ J Ooeoo
PUBLISHED EVERY ever witnessed in the South. For

ij"' \ \ this occasion nothing but up-to- Paid up capital, $ is'ooo

i I 1i 1\(. : H. WALTOW, Editor;: A rnblliher.Discontinuance date and refined attractions will be Average deposits, $200,000

I _
,, 1 X" sidTti. be mad contracted for. The Jacksonville
of must t
I per
I ;5 If oil, at this olllCe or by writing. merchants are supporting the Carnival / Home Cure RheumatismRot r '00k Transacts a General Banking

i'l"ll 1iA" with a will ; and the Jackson -2t

1 : ', beak,etc., may be made payable to CEARLaea ville Trade Carnival Association unlphur bath give relief at once quieting the pain* Business

Ii\ WALTON,publisher. may depend upon having manyhundreds and Internal ofRbenmatismandGout.. will Err both of heM The terrible anlphurtreatmentexternal dieca.es.. But the sulphur must w ri : '
I''i r, be be absorbed by the ')'8t"ID. The only preparationof Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
1.: tar- In writing to tfi. ADVOCATE f
If" log 01 my kind.the writer will oblige by encloMI present. '1 be last tiarnival is saidto tire organs ia C doJ (1 Exchange bought; and sold on alt Foreign

I. I Die a stamped-adilressed envelope.UOSTON have been a very successful and Hancock's Conntrlei.Putronage .
y"
'I', fir' --
jI' profitable one, and it was estimated 'I : appreciated. Prompt
\ 1' OFFICt-TH : EAST COAUT ADO that over 100,000 people attended. 1 treatment and every favor cnimlMent service with poll:,.
can
OATK hu opcnml an ofllne at404 Atlantic avenue Liquid SulphurIt .' i ervative banking granted.CORRESPOND1tNTS .
'it ,' B,.ton, which will be in charge of Mr. ClaudeO. Low transportation rates will be S ry' :

"4 \,' Walton. made, so that npt only Florida but U Notnr'f Jrtattif GtrmMdt. Such certain: cure that we guarantee It t. Phoenix National flank N. V.. Empire Trnut

: ':(I Alabama Georgia and South Carolina to cure Kcsemit, Acne itch EMBdnflr King orm,JPrlckl, ly Heat, ntnhtherhi, L14y1'va. Conthany. N: Y.. AtJantlo National Hank of
j, Address all oomtountoatloni to Catarrh C.aCfl'lIore ldoutft and Throat Cuts and all dlseasea of the scalp. S JacsonvillaJacksonville) : Fla. ,
,I send to the able ( t&Hancock's
may representatives for rule by oil r. druul1 "
', ,EAST COAST ADVOCATE .rITUSVILLE: FLA. i
Ointment ,
.y ; TiTO.Tn.i.c:, FLORIDA. Carnival. The ADVOCATE wishes liquid Sulphur

I, _.._ _._._ the Carnival and its promoters Prepared especially.for Burns.Bcalds.OpettSoKa Elf Chafed Partt.Raw. Surfaces
--- ---- -- Bois Piles, Roughness of Face and Hands and Skin Diseases.
4 every success. write for booklet on the curative and toilet uses. sulphur. Door: end 'Window: : : :J.i"xan.cs.: :: :: .
;! 0. 8. Department of Agriculture
HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR CO.. Baltimore Mtf.
._
.' 1: Weather Bureau-Jupiter, :Fla.fhe -- -- We are making; hundreds of-frames every month for the leading 'contractor.

WITH the last issue of the De- and we should make them for you. We do it cheaper and better.

I {Z ; following\, a comparative statement Soto County Adverter, Mr. Hugh Our latest Improvement U .

1 '} of temperature and rainfall for the C. Sparkman formerly of Titus-, COUNTY C MMISSIONERS. BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS,

j "d' week ending Tuesday, AUK 9. tOO!. vllle BOARD .' Mid should insist
-1004- -1003- but more recently of Ocala, you 'on getting these In. rEAST frames. ,

r DATB. MAX. Mil*. MAX. alllT. assumed both editorial and business The following lint of bills, were read, When you have any building to do, write
audited and ordered paid at the I COAST LUMBER AND
meeting SUPPLY COMPANY
control We
80 72 80 70 of that ,
paper. Tim Board met Monday morning Autc ,
34V of the Brevard County ,CoramliwUiners, I
t 83 73: 00 79 most heartily welcome Mr. Spark- 1.. 1110-1. Present J. M. Dixon, Chairman General office |EAU GALLIK, FLA
I 1 .- 85 70 00 7(1( held August 1st, and was unavoidably and -Tarda at Tltusvllle Eau Gallle Fort Pierce! and West Palm Beach_1
man Into the journalistic profession crowded"" out of our last Issue. K. N. Andrew., J. E. Fultz :
f 86: 74 02 77
K. E. Mime Secretary. Minutes las ,
6.7 and wish him and the Zolfo Advertl .
t 85 80 02 78 General Fuml.J meeting read and approved. The treai

'83 74 00 7S unbounded. success.IMPORTANT R Walker Co Com.> and mileage.. 6 on urei'sreport for the month of July 1904.
J It. Mlcit. 14 Wi
u 85 68 88 7.1: _. John O. Jones .. w (Ml' was received read fuund ardent and Hodges O''Hara.
--- -- --
rotal rainfall, for the week: 2.0 8 J F Bell .. .* .. !ir. INIKA.C redeemed warrant' duly cancelled.
Dopa ture from normal rainfall for the LAW SUIT. ::..nkllnir. u XI iol
week ; l.BO Inches. l'I..Galllolen.8allt l Trim Atty. .. ... ,.. M SIW Illmlxml Expenditure ...Manufacturers andgDenlers In...
Ic : plus Departure Norwoou, keg uttlaer and exp.... ... M INI Rough

.. frim normal rainfall since January 1, The Jacksonville Metropolis; In a recent Kleotrlo: L> Light, Co..... .. .. ........, ,........ 1.1: INIA Tearlmrs County a School lades. Fund..... ...... .......1220 01) and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
r plus .43 Inches. tVnney salary county Judge aft IMI'
Issue, says : K. E M tins. supt. for July... .. ..."" ill UO Dressed
Z A. Kesnl ferryman. .. .. ........ in IMI1C. ,
HAX. Pi; IIARDIN, Observer. It I la a very unusual thin for twoCir, llrnwler '. ... . .. .. ....... II) (HI J.I. E M.Ia""tIer Vulia l i "diem .". ......... ............... 230 300 Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings\ Shingles: etc.
. ... ...
cult Court judges to be prealdlntr at the A BMwart.. allOn"'nt.' '" JR! (M) for ,... 3 00n. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff
----- --- a lor ........ .... ... ISO ,1'ihn Henry tvportir.min. pub. Fla. Write us for prices delivered
----- ----- ---- -- m n pub D'' '
court house., Jacksonville, nr, one and the u rep del. taxex... .... ... ..... Zee: I. K: Minx, clerk/ for July.. ... .... 1W/ 00 to any part of the /State. Address: Hodges. & O'llara Buffalo Bluff Fla. '
M1 CLEAN b.. It. K. Mini' upt unr.: |>.mt({ &: luo.rxv 13 Kllorl
; up your weeds.betore.theygo name time. Such was to sere hereto cart cop| stricken nHiuea... .. 12814
.
... ...
j .. anon :ii uoRreardCo8Mt
seed. -day. Judge Cull <>f this. ( Ii* Fourth) elks mot o to No4 ...1.14-1 II'AI T- -
l>k at
reo need... .. .. ... t Ml repairs 1
Judlcal Circuit, wee 111"\.10"| of matte. J P Brown, J I lor. .;... ... ...... .. ...'.... mi nil) )(; Itn>lt.tii" new Imllillnjr at No 5 .. ,2HI( 00
-- -. ..... . .
Vfc In chamber, and Judge| ) M. Id. Jones,'of ...'. .4 jnnltnr . .... ... .. 5 (Mlii John Jensen repair to No 81t. ... BOO 00 IF YOU WANT A. -
..
'
oonvfnte .. E C L& S (o supplies for No 13& 40. ... AH 60 ,
. .
THE more you advertise the more the Seventh Cltoiilr, waa doing the same del oo. s .HO) Fee a Stewart Co .. .. no ... ....... :113: ,
"' .. .
t' can afford to advertise. thing down stalri In the court room .> walttniconroCom ....... d.IS l lu K R 'nmernn ilrlvlnn' pump, .. ......... 8 Oil
you auPPllos l> W:
) oololnce. "Kt fierce News pub notice........ ........ 7 80
of the county tudga.Jti .. .......
J L Molly paints; tax IX (mi)
.. .. .. .. .... ....... MorlilnBtar' '. .. ............ e 00
-------- Jones resides but IPllsero strlnt 160
ijr atTltusville
.. n M ..... 91.20 Lot
IC W Hull fii'lilluro. ... .. .. .. 1A (HI10oAi K Minis I1 stamped envelopes. .Building
ONE should advertise not accord- for the convenience of attorneys be came >vi <)Aric: lilmksclhH. ofllv.... ... .. 3711 Anlerl 'Mo Honk fo free hooka .. ...;. ISO/ OSh ..
Hvoilelln.. repairs to ;No ..I.... ........ 32 OOII
here today and Is hearing evidence and N uilvtj.tll honiw. ... .. ..... 2IMJii .
ing at it please him, but as it may In .. tilt r-tit .... .. .... I 11.1 !Hull hauling for 311 ... ......,... 4 (JOGFHuron ,
the of pub
partition case MaryA.
arguments
.. Ino exp I.: ..... .. ........ 211II
1 .
please the public. 1'. Sanchez and others vs Wm. M. O N ftllford com advt lnnnult.v)< hanice cane<>.( .prvvt...!. ........... 6 I 1101 on A A Stewart recording:..... ...... .. ..... 7 80 or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY: .

1 JDalUm others. of This Jacksonville Is a case In as Judge trustee Jones'and L K H Waiter Myera draw tiiih Ktrlckeii co ct Jury.name.. ................ .?. Ift 3 (noK Ml) Total ..... ... ........ ........ ..... .\.3.1I03M. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE

Do not advertise to sell goods circuit and It Involved about 10,000 Melbourne Tlmua puh new prect, .. ... .. 5 00 Special Tax, School plat. No. 1.Tvncliers PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN
C'liM Fulton piilntg w 0 ot.house. :;.... ., .. HI TaP alarten. ..................... ... 13500, : or ,
but onoe. Advertise with the idea acres of land la the Segul grant In Bre f Hall bullillnir .... ... .. 112 ''III'' We probably have for sale
vard and Volusla counties, situated on 8 J Norton WOOd for jailor. .. .... ......,. 5MCO Special Tax, School Dlst. No.8. just what you are seeking. /
n l of makijg permanent. customers. the Indian River north of Tltusvllle. (: LXtHrohnnbrraxA.. .. .. ..... ..... .. t M Teacher salaries .... ... ...... .... 26& 00 '
: ._ N O W.llaoerolOd..k .. .. .... ... ....... ii ,mi, Settlers are flocking in but still there la loom. If you ar..
The following la extracted from bill of 81"lal l Tax, School DIst.No. 4,
Do NOT thins it too much troubleto complaint: The land la near the north trey> L. Hanlilfln I awnon. baton attys fee con6 nnd. ,;,:oo'::::.. :.. 40 13 :OOl DO Teachers salaries.' .... .... ..... ..... l4/S: / 00 I looking this way drop a line to

clean the sidewalk in front of ,west end of Indian River and on the M.Mrs.E MChrtatehsenweltingonpauper.r.yman pauper' ................. 10 t OO BO Grand Total............. .. .. ....... '-4,1488- JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-President,
house. Pedestrians will northwest bank of that river and being C'arrloUentry, .. .. .... .... ...., linn ,
removed the
your appreciate In townships 21)) and 21, ranges 34 and :.T, Henry. llowumn) _.. .... ....... .. low Mr. N. King having from FLORIDA EAST COAST/ R'Y.
1I. it. being that certain Spanish made to H HtRlu, .< ...... ...... .... II 00 'district, Mr. John Eberwein was appointed
!grant J Lewis, .. ............ .... II Oil I supervisor of Artesla school.
--- -- Bernardo Segul In pr about the year 1814. A ()ore, '. ......,. ........ lion It Daniels ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.FOURTH .
containing, 10,000 ncre This land was Hall Taltna MANY a writer of note has received to MatgaretUanchez/ In the Win Anilnnim ........ ... .... 8 00 supervisor for the school at Viking.The .
his first.lessons from becomIng convoyed year Mm.J. a. Johnson, ............. .. .. 10 on secretary reported all contracts
1S.M. She afterwards conveyed one-half flamsnthaOrlflls ............ ..., 5 At) In hand and
for
1 a correspondent to the country Interest In this land to the heirs of Ben rienlxmllam, ... .. ... .... .... M mIf ) transporting pupils duly
a nardo Segul. ,Margaret J. Sanchez died Fraiier ...... .... .. .... 8 press. You may write for practice : ......... .. .. s .HO from White City Station to. Fort Pierce ;I Ie Iw
or practice to write and the July SI, 1801. She devised a house and Bam. VoiinfT .. ... .... ....... 50(1M. awarded to II. N. at
u people lot in St. Augustine to Mary A. P. H-utflh ...... .. ...... loon was Andrews $21 t
g of your village become interested Sanchez and the residue of her property' Albert Low .4 .. .... :... .... 10 111I per month for eight rnontlid. Contract
....... .... \
JiiHtali Warren 8 (H) for to Jensen building\ wan con
t in what you say. Thus you are to her children, share and ahare alike. .K. :M Taylor l stpd<< onvelnpes" elks olllcs..... 21 7<" refRlra' Jensen at ".00.: Sec
encouraged to'"press on" until It 'l'hecase will be further heard this Dr J L Hkipworth med attml pauper. ..., B 110
afternoon. Many are tiled and J A franklin plan spec jailors house... 2(1 I\\() retary reported the material ordered fora
,si you have talents in that line after being read. .papers General Road<< Fund., new school house bhlloh/ and workto

years of toll and bard study you The attorneys the suit are E. C. F KjS.ADVOCATE advtrd wk. ... :... .... .... 88 90 begin in a few days.A .

may probably become an authoror, Sanchez of Gainesville! ; D. L. Oaulden Road Fund Din.No. 1./ petition having been handed the 1 tiltiY b'yrvk'I Ji
of DeLand and Oeo. U. Walker of Jacksonville IW OKhtn road work.., ...... ........ 73 CO chairman from L. A. Coleman et al t1 t ; t i
an editor. H M (Orllfl" .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... inmK ( asking for the re-estabiluhmeut of localIchools "
1 -....;;;;; .. -.-- for complainants and Geo. M.Uobblno : O T, A' H To lumber ... .... .... . 1 (DYMFi at Mims and LaOrance. It waa i
.. ... .
of Tltusvtlle; A. II. King andA. h ... Ullr ...... A H m_
It is a well-known fact that the W. Cockrell: //Ion. of Jacksonville, I" R d'r:: :, Din.'; No.:2. duly received and read to the Board and
but this
F health of the East Coast for defendants. ''IH1: i, R Co lumber.... .. ... .. .... IM: 01) considered as matter was set. .i. i r. 'rI
or any A K lathers supplies. convict... . .... 40 Mv tied at last meeting by awarding contract
1' other part of Florida l is worth more Road Fund No. 5.TJDoSteuben to transport the pupils to 1'Itua-

to her future prosperity than any. THE SEABOARD EXCURSION. rd wk..... ..... .... .... .... 2800 vtlle, and the Board being now, legally I kri

p l thing else. A state or communitythat Special Road Fund PI*. No. 2. bound to the contractor they found I
themselves unable to meet the
AT>VRl road work 33 12KKSwhmon request.
neglects the public health cannot The Seaboard Air Line Railway., >. :::::::::::::::: 10 UAHWIlmm Board ad jowl ned tq meet Sept. G. I\.t.!\( L. ..

r either bomeseekers through their Jacksonville representatives .... ...... .. :MOO at 8:10:: a.
expect m.
or have announced exceptionally low N'IMFlHh ." .;... .. ....... 1IM2: [ :.i:
the investment of capital. There excursions rates for this excursion Wednesday llerndim i" .:...... .. .... 21 BOBpuclal Attest J. M' Dixos s. T
R. E. )
I are many people now in Florida ,,August; 17tb. Road Fund DIs.,No. 1. MIMI Chairman.

who would not care to remain here The round-trip rates from Jacksonville C I) Flood bal coot......... ........... 3300 Secretary.
to Llncolnton Marion and Rutherford Special Road Fund DI. No. S.

were there no safeguards as to the ton, N. C., Is $13.00 with corresponding KHArnoM roadwork.... .... .... .... HOI
I spread of dangerous epidemic dis W P Arnold II .....,.. ....... S eoN BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER
rates to other western North !M Fish .. ............ .... MaoJTSnell : : a .r ,
eases. There should be no object Carolina resorts To WrlghtsvUle a II .... .... ..... ....12500 a -

( appealing with more force to the ]Beach the Seaboard will also sell roundtrip Special Road Fund DU. No.S. ie

than the tickets at rato of 13.00. J Fries road work..... ...... ..... .. .J2 "0 (
Legislature protection of To the Coast Ocean W H ., 011) I will be located In Eau Gallle after
Virginia resorts
the people from fatal disease IMIiuman .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. 8 IHIHlArson .
S S1S View Old 1'olnt Comfort and Virginia ... ....... .... ..... 400KCameron ) July nth, and be prepared to do all kindsof
i Bench rates will be $15; 00. for the round ) .......... ... ..... S IK) .
-------- ---- trip. The rates to Old Point Comfort 'V W Calflton ...... ...... .. ..... BOOWFCrows work In this line. Write me for estimates !

ANIMATED with a hope courage will apply via Portsmouth or via Rich Of ....... .. .... ..... 480 on your work. References. If de ---- -

and expectation of victory not felt mond. T A Rublnaon Game game Warden warden Fund.... .. .... .. 4000 sired. Address .
,) In addition to the usual rates the Seaboard
before in a dozen democrats ANNUAL
years Fine and Forfeiture Fund.J TII03. F. KF ..L X, EXCURSION.
has this arranged to sell
r all over the country are likely long year I*Hrnwn, orlm pros j p' ct ...... .. ... 16 HO Box 232. Eau Gallle, Fla.
before tickets from' Jacksonville Washington: HFHunlwtyr' .. ....... .. ... :) 78WAIjiw.ltr
'q, September is gone, to sur. D. C., and return on August 17th, at rate juror, '' .. ............ /BO .
prise their opponents by the effectiveness of.22 00. J A tOsses ." ......... .. /BO
) f) r.tit.I. .... ..... .. /BOAKn TO MOUNTAIN
of their organization All tickets sold for this excursion will agel l ... .... ..... /BOn and SEASHORE RESORTS
ri Parker and Davis be good on trains scheduled to leave A Knutdock Of '* ... .... ..... /BOA 0 t1
clubs-broadly Jacksonville at 9 05 and 7: 00 McCain MM ..... ... 50
: m.
a.
p. m. ....... .. .. ....
and orlm ct 10)4.1)
democratic
J P Brown on
i.A tolerating no trace with final limit returning on September .. ... oumllDo. .. ..... ...... .... ... 3 2/ and WASHINGTON D. C.
4 of personal> or factional politics lilt, 1004. D (:.Gauld oonvlo te....... . 10 00 ,

and clubs of first voters<< and of The Seaboard is the shortest and most Feeding Prisoner Fund. '

I II direct route to Coast resorts ... .... .
Virginia: J Brown feeding prisoners. 107 30
I ii' young democrats will be found
I .' I' and Is also the shortest line from Jacksonville 1
WEDNESDAY
most useful means of building up to Washington. They On motion the Board adjourned to AUGUST 17,1904
: operate
the party in all parts of the noun double dally through service-the trains meet the let Monday In Sept. at 8:30: ,

try, of aiding the organization being equipped with tbroughfare: vest!- a. m, I I

'. 1"',)h I where it is strong and of supplying drawing bule day coaches and Pullman buffet 1 I 'V'I.Q: SOUT -. :El.N" n..A.XL .A.Y.
room sleepers.The
55. 31'';\ defects where it has been weak. Seaboard has l Issued a very attra- Sl'KCIALEXCUllSION KATES i,

ctive leaflet entldled "A Vacation Trip"In Between .Jncksoiivlllo and Asheville, N. c. . . . tl'3 n0 Ocean View Va. . . . 13:>> 50 j
\"j ft HOWEVEK the Interest of this excursion. Abbeville S. C.. . . . . 11 (1)) Old Point Comfort Va. . 15 60 i

i! ,\I far otF from the,truth, New York. THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Anderson. S. C. . . . 11 40 RutherfordtoD :N. C. . . U. 110

,, S A or even common sense, it does not Brevard N. C. :'.. . . 1330: Saluda, N. C. . . . 12: 10 I

matter as long as the railroads are Shoe Itepalrlng. On and after June 1, 1604() and until Cross 11111. S. C.. . .. .. 1200 Sewanee Tenn . . 1493
i. not accused of anything : Brewing Asso's.Famous Fla' Rock. N. C .. . . I.. 20 Spartanburg S. C. 0

t The fact never seems to good I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair. withdrawn the "Clyde Line" will sell Greenville. S. C . .. . 1210 Virginia Beach, Va . . U\I:\) j

'J (1 impresssome -ng, and do not forget it. Opposite Jas OrsV-ol'-ws tickets, Jacksonville to New llenderaonY\lle.\ N. C..r". 12 SO Tryon, N. C. . . . . 12 10
S 5 men that the railroads of York and return, meal and berth Included SI.LonU Reg and Bottled Indian SpriDg,. Ga.... . . 900 Walhalla. S.C. . . . . 12: 2j .
Florida Pritchard A: Son. ANDREW GIIJSON Lauren. S. C.. .. .. ... .
are doing more than all at' $33. These tickets will be Beer. 11 00 Warm Spfings. G. .. . . I 0 00
; 1 j. other efforts p'ut together to advertise '1'1 Tltusvllle Fla. Lake Toxaway 5. O. . .. 1SO Waterloo S. C. llama Llthla I
t good on any ship and will be limited for Bold by M_n.T.A.Lesley! and Lenoir NC .. . . . 132d ( 12 00
I t the advantages of our fair Spring.). . . . .
Lincolnton
WALTON SELF-LOCKINO BLOCKS. return passage to September 13, 19CM, R.L.HoClow,TI tn.ytll'J'Ia. .: Wayne vll1e.Y. C. 25

State, are the means of inducing Patented In all countries. Only tackle and In no case will the limit be extended By Mr.R.L.Motlow,Cocoa 11*. Lookout Mountain, TeDo.. 13: 80 White Stone. S. C.. (Whltestono '
settlers Marion N. C. . . .. .'
more to borne within our 13 00 Llthla 1 ) 10
time. ? . .
block of the kind In the world. Fit beyond this Early applicationwill Spring.) .
St : borders that they 'g\ve work to ted with the celebrated Vlnton Roller \ secure choice of stateroom accom- JOSEPH ZAPF Mootegle 'J'onn. .\. ,.: . J3 M WashiogWn. D. C . . . 22 00

:1 thousands of men, and are steadily Bearer. Useful In place where modations.. In writing please five The above rates are for the round trip. Tickets will be sold
any
add ing to the wealth of the names of all parties, if more than one, Sole
l 4S L The country. hoisting Is done. With these blocksone and Ages of children. If say Children Agent. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17th 1004, ONLY, :,
answer to the above: is general man can do the work of two. between ages of 5 and 12 years, half fare. \* to return time
any to And
n-nf,1,1 ,1 up l l 1 191H.
I ly that they do it for their own gain Thousands sold In the north. Call No charge for children under 5 years of .010 to 620 West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE Information lnclllding September ,

J 1. and not the public. So does provided they do not occupy accommodations sleeping car reservations, etc., apply to
every and age
them
see In
working order at this exclusion FLA.
other man that in to the of others.C. J. C. LUSK, -
t :, 1 147.: business engages any office or the store of Jas. Pritchard &; 11. WALTON, Agent; District Passenger Agent
4 Son Tltusville. Tltuavllle Fla. Do you subscribe for the ADVOC.ItT f 10.1 W..B.J8C ,

rh" Jacksonville Fla.
(



.; -s9a ) .. ,



a


,: H
l.b .t.ew.. .. y .Ay +fJJrkaS Jyedl9YFxYn '



: ,, i. W"pnrr r'I"":*: '''''',,
T p+ yA"r tt tqe rw }ton mrmT+, qry ?ram rv m r y _

.

r


,

.
.
'
EAST COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 12. 1904.t 5 ,

_._
u
-

..................+..*.................+............ Melbourne. : :\,': Eau Gallic. OBORO MARX. JOHN MARX 1'WHOLESALE '



EAST. COAT jSTE-WS. -Sub.otipttoaafortheADVoQATE-:.. t' '::lvI.A.H.: JBE:<:>S.

SARAH C. HO()(*, -r)'vmi'iAN tin 8k. -. .
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be game, :FlOftua.Chan. .
.K..N.: 1Ia1l.:
******************** i received at the Melbourne Postoffice.RICrtARD -- -- -. GROCERS '


Newsy Notes Contributed it W OODDE.- Real Kstate. Notary Cole ha built himself a new I .
bv Our Regular IMbllo and (V>n.Bv."rrr. ApnB for dons row built
Liverpool and I4>nl Ololte,and H.n.tuni
Carps of Eat Coast GorreHpondents.TYYYYTYTTTYTYVTYTTTYTT Plra Insurance(aptanlee. Special' attention Joo. Nicholson, of Melbourne, wa luKau Fruit and Produce Jobbers. 1
paid $0 the Incarwu-- or oon-nwlitonts.. Uallle on Monday last. (
: ----
NN.N.. NNNNNNN..............NNNNN.i HOTEL HKLLKTt'X Mvlbonrne, riorlila. A. O. Ronald of Lotus, was In Elm Gable

Eden."t healthy lookliin winter Indian roiort River un Meta high, :iiina rant: land upward, men Tuesday last, with, his launch Petrel.Mr Corner Bay and! Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. 1

n tr day. Hwcinl') rates per week or MMU<..I.
write for ,lutes tn Madam K. M Campbell, *. Treutler expected back from CARRY {
READ THE LIST 3 Manager, R. W. Caiiiitliail; t'rol'rl"tor. Chicago, 111., early this coining month..C. WE A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. .

F. B. Richards and family drove to M. Beaujean,Melbourne, was In
PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
( And Send Us Your Order. Jensen Tuesday, on a shopping trip. The orange crop promises to be a good town on Suuuay' last In the lunch Dawn. t
Seed Potatoes Seed Peanut and Cow Peas In season
L house-keepers have finished make one.Leon The new fish firm are now down to .
ing grape Jelly and now are' preserving Adams U spending few. days business and tire satisfied, 'vtUh their new c*7 Wo solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable
with friends at
JttJCJtU Roselaod. location
-- .-- gu avail. .. -
JUG : ----- --- ------ -
+ l-er.Gal. C. C. Mast has been laid forsuiral John Ferguson, wife and daughter; Alex Near returned to hU home hereon '
OFFERDTSTILLED., flea days with a lame toot, caused up by tread. have been enjoying life. at Melbourne Monday lust, after completing well) THE USES OF SALT FLORIDA'S PROSPERITY.

TEEN CITY ,... .. ... 2 00 TRADE : log on a nail. Beach the past week contract at Indlnnola. ;'

SUJ; NY SOUTH .. '... 2 GO Mrs. Thomas E. Richards left on The Daytooalab firm, who are located Three manatee were noticed on 'Tuen Salt In A moot useful article In the Comptroller of the Currency bai. {

ILT-1 DO1t .... .. OIlS 00 A : Saturday's train for Stuart to spend two in Melbourne this summer), are dally day lust, near the county bridge, crossing household In washing colored Roods a made public a statement showing the 4
weeks with her son shipping quantities of Usb. the Eau Oallle river. \little unit to rinsing water will prevent t'
'EDIOREE ... .. .. .. 400. volume of lndivldunldeposltelnnational> ,
OVKRHOLT .. .. .. .. 4 00 SPECIALTYOLD : Mrs. F. (l. !McMullen gave a dinner Samuel Adams la busy building a Grapes lemons anilpiuuapplus the color however from "nanolo that too,." It \s Important state savings and trust banks In the r 1 ,
large a
house
I on his lately-purchased quantity
HALIFAX ... .... 400. party last Friday, which was enjoyed In the. west end of Melbourne. property I are showing lu our aloios. In not uaafl l.. all It may rut the good various states a r
by a number of This fruit Is all In Eau; labile
young/ ladles. grown 1
A cupful of alt to about two even pallfuln According to the report, Individual .
aORw Mr\ and Mrs. Roberts and daughter of Oeo. M. Brown' has received. carload Alex Near will leave for points In New of water Is the correct proportionA citizens bud deposited In the bank of
MONEY Key West reached here, Tuesday of lumber, and work has begun! on the York State next week for a short vacation. little salt rubbed! over'earl hen uddlng '
eve extension to the Brown this. state, In 1 lsi.3: U.tII.-&U.> In 1UC8) ,
house.
= on a vUit to their daughter, Mrs Mr. Near will be absent about a dishes will effectually clean lIT rusty
olnllI
BACK Per.Gal. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Christian have rented] month. pott that seem to be burned Into the 11 years later, they had on deposit $10,- .

IF GOODS N. C. WHITE.. .. ..... $1DON'T e6 Mrs. Otis K. Cure c!'< left Saturday the Moore cottage on Strawbrldge ave., Mrs. Robertson, Mr. Ferguson, and war A little salt and vinegar will clean a\: ,101.
; and are now settled In An Increase of > ;(
snugly
morning for the west to .'uit her mother same. Mrs. Peek of Melbourne, were In Eau metal 1'0.7\.1607, or nearly
WHITE!: BETTER ... "i 00 She will) take In the World's Fair before Prof. Fred Ensnolneter. of Rollins College Oallle 00' Tuesday last, la the launch copper thoroughlynil kettle A copper! saucepans qr\ brim dish and 11,000,000 per year, "u Increase" of 189 '

WHITE PNIE..s. I Do' returning. ; winter Park has been the guest.of New Carleton. must bo finished (after using salt) with per cent. ,'' ,

LAUREL-VALLEY .... 300 Miss Florence Robinson and Mrs. Prof. Louis Lyman for the past week. W. Ragao, of Brantley, I I. fitting up hi* a little and soap and cloths no MI to Only throe States In the south exceed

SUIT. Maud Richards spent last Saturday at Frank Fee of tile firm of Fee A Stewart new launch at Hodsnn' yard this week. leave no alga of the salt behind. Florida' showing-Mlnsliislpplwith 311
\Vhl'e City Junction the guests of Mrs. left here last week to visit the The hull has Ho. line and gives indications An Iron runt tla on any white summer \
North
Carllna with 2W: cent
W. II. Robinson. World's Fair and several of the northern of great speed. clothe may be completely eradicated per cent per
-WE HAVE OTHERS- states. with a little salt. and lemon )nice.If and Arkansas with lIT: per cent.Russia's .
j The Ladles Aid \ We note In the Chicago Record-Herald
met at the home of exposed to the hot sunshine Spread ---
WRITE US President Miller last Mrs. n that Capt. and Mrs. Colby eotortalnedtheir
Friday afternoon George Brown has returned brown paper over the grass and lay the '
t. and business of Importance was transacted from her visit U. the World's Fair, well\ lends at Mucatawa Hose! last material over It, .<> that the lemon and Port Arthur Fleet., I :

J. J. WILLIAMS followed by grape jelly, sandwiches pleased with all sliaaaw, and besefi led week. Capt and Mrs. Colby will tie In all do not strike through In the grass F.ngutrmry Biwulators about the t
and Eau Oallle this full. Russian naval In the far east ,
tea. by her trip. beneath It. I Rinse out In water and) try a problem

P. O. Box 401. fI'. W. Willes and wife returned Sat. This has been HV most delightful summer Miss Gertrude Jones entertained her second application If the first Is nut hare laid. much Hires. on the fact that t

urday from their outing and on Sunday In this section-very few hot days, young friends on Saturday evening last. ufllolvnc. 'flt.... In no surer way to tlu- with all the buttering of TOKO'S gun

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.vYvvvYYvvvyvvr.rrrnrrrr. drove up to Mrs. John Miller's for and grand cool night, 'with just rain and a most enjoyable time ass. spent by troy grass and words| that spring up unInvited nnd torpedoes) and the a<*cld nU that 4 +
their son who found those present. Dainty refreshmentswere In walks and (travel path thin.
home
a happy there enough to keep vegeta'lon In good t
: befell thi'in the Itusalnns.) CII nut out with
served tn ROW thorn with call and sprinkle thoroughly f
during his parents absence. growing state at 10 p. in. Music and ,
-- games.were the feature of the evening with watrr. it couple of bait IPS hi|w and twice as ''I
--- Webster: Brewer have completed the Rev. J. U.) Hawk had quite a Mel- A cup of ruck salt U a delightful addition many cruisers In good! milling as well t t .
repairs on the Brooks cottage and It looks bourne party go on the launch, Dawn. The entertainment In aid of the Me tho- to the t nth.ltl .
Tibbals. very nice In Its coat of white paint with Capt. C. M. Beau jean, to the Box diet church last week was a great success III aM' that the eyebrow. will become a* good lighting. trim and a couple of i'

with green trimmings. The enclosed Social, at Eau O.llle, last Friday: even. and a handsome sum was realistitMr ,, muoli thicker If a little common battleships) effective after damages ;, ''i'
porch adds much to its appearance and Ing;, for the benefit of the M. E. Church *. Osteen Miss Booth Mr. Christian all U. rubbed Into them were )patched up us Moutliitr, butteries !
faster! Russell Waters, the "crack will be a comfort to the occupants. Ml** Roe ah. Mrs: Roonch and others J i I'
Salt U disinfectant ,
not only a gnat! externally A "'" r.ltlp U hot done for uuUI dl.- l
jiot" of the Arlclnlty has Mr. and Mrs. Hedge and two Children aided greatly In the success. of the eve- )
enjoyed fine We have bad ,sOme fearful thunderstorms but It la often taken in cases. of I
brave
Inantled With the
6r svink. whet
have Ice
moved to Bay View where ning. cream was served with the re-
rr.ctloe polHoniniri A Handful of unit dissolvedIn 111/
live
with a target In the this week the
shape lightening being they Intend to plant vegetables and pines freshmentsprovided by the ladles. Melbourne I. water will be ufllcltmt to In. and 111 starred Mukaroff left to his sue
r an ugly(hark that these very vivid Many of us were glad to generally
lafrequenting and make It their future well
home. The was represented of
pull down the shades and by some duce tlie vomiting alwayk necessary, ._lIon there till nuiiln n chance to :
He has "hit try to forget best wishes of her fairest
aterl. the mark" several their Melbourne friends daughter and gentlemanly
about It. We after swallowing a )tcl)bol1. It should, of do but telling

Boies, but,without fatally wounding the are now In the midst of a follow them to their new homo. men be sonittthliitf not only heroic
vonster, and is willing to declare him heavy east blow which makes It delight. course, IIVl'llllnlllledlately. t on the naval .situation All the '
i Invulnerable as the ancient Achilles. fully cool. The many friends l of Mrs. Perry Powell Halt U. apt to attract dampness; then- world romviuboM what. Cvrvfro. might
fore It In box with i'
wale shocked to learn of her death The l>euth I'euulty. put n a light cover,
aDd In have done when ba, sullied out of Santiago '
keep .
a drywarnn place.THE
\
[Misses Jessie and Martha Crawford Was Wasting Away. on July 21st. She has been an Invalid A little thing sometimes result In
&::
ludsoo, of Arkadelphla, Arkansas, ar- for some years Her remains were laid death. Thus n mere scratch InslKnlfl* harbor to cover) his name and
jived a week ago at Linwood, for a brief The following letter from Robert R. to rose near the family borne In West : cant cut or puny bolls) have paid. the FOOD WE EAT that of his duet with Imperishable re

|lslt. Miss Jessie, who Is scheduled "to Watts Salem, Mo., is instructive 'I I'laloll.0.) The bereaved family have death penalty. It Is wise to have nuok.len' howe. Hut glory won. all that lay aheadof
Rcb the idea how have been troubled with klnduey disease the deepest sympathy of their Melbourne -
young to shoot" at many Arnica Salvo ever handy. It's the
hail chosen to
jus. In Dade county, has already gone for the last five year. I lost flesh friends. boat salve ou earth and will prevent fatality A New York phylcitn says: The best the: Npunlnri) they
Jo the field of her labors to be followed and never felt well and doctored with ._ when burns sore, ulcers and piles food materials may ba ruined by wrong run amuck wltb Sampson's fleet instead ,

text week by Miss Martha who will be leading physicians and tried all remedies land;: << of titter J-'lfflit. threaten. Only 2.V: > at Ked Cross Pharmacy cooking or by being kept where the air of running nwuy., The situation
Tie guest of their sister, Mrs. S. W. Ives, suggested without relief. Finally I tried Tltusville. la not pure. Flee for your life from can -ould not have been rluingod.: Jbare
pr some months. Foley's Kidney Cure and less than two I "Two physician had a long and stubborn ned goods of .all kliuU. Tomntooa In tin
bottles completely cured me. and I am right with an abcess on my right ---- --- are rank ",)IMOO-IIw! death, to be sure, 'was no hares for a lucky ship to run

[ Our 1'lbballtell are considerably scat- now sound and well." Sold by Red lung" writes J. F, Hughes; of UuPont, Georgiana. for strong stomachs but poison all the to In case of escape, no friendly' fleet

red for the summer. Miss England is Cross Pharmacy Tltusville, Fla. 'Oa., "and gave me up. Everybody laDle Frulti and vegetable that are tearing down to succor the surviving

gaining strength and enjoyment at the 'thought my time had come. As a last put up In glass are not to bo trusted .::11.... '
nouutaln resorts of North Carolina; resort I tried Vr. King's New Discovery Mrs Dell Munson went to Melbourne either. They are all "dopnd" to make t
ifr, and Mrs W. II. Harris are with Jensen. for consumption. The benefit I received Thursday to visit bloc J. B. Hawk and them keep. Catsup tint. threatens to ferment But not so with the Runslau

borne-folks In Zanesville, Ohio, after a : wan striking and I wa on my filet In a family returning on Haturday.Hcuppermong Is given( n dose of, sugar of load. either In Port Arthur or the open sua.
Brief stay In the famous "Sapphire '. few days. Now I have entirely regained; Pickles are made with acid Instead of KM pnrtlully disabled] ships might landa

ouotry" ; Mrs. W. It. Luce Is visiting We. are having plenty of rain but few my health." It conquor all coughs, grapes are being shipped vinegar and colored with--the Lord few tolling shot In un enemy' hull
Jer old (home In Vermont; mosquitoes colds and throat and lung troubles. as fast' as they rl"elat (H.ftO/ per bushel, knows what. Dried fruits are subjectedto '
Jennings/ and Master Lone In Penney Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. delivered on tho dock. They are Hoe siil'liilr' fumes for three to twelve going to the bottom or strikingthe
vania; Capt. Andrew In Palcesvllle and The E. C. ADVOOATK Is Widely read In Price tOO) and $1. Trial bottles free this') year. hours-or a mixture of salt. and sulphur. flair, and the sound onus should L'L'belore '

Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K.Vndrews this section of Brevard county .. .- Airs. Blair and son, of Indlanola, were which Is still more ttaully. This treat five a good account of themselves. uuIn -' I

and daughter at College Park, Harry Jennings was" seen on our streets Fort Pierce. down calling on Mr. and Mr*. Halt, and mont not only blenches the fruit, but *.* tho spirit Mukiuolt: has fled '.
Ira., and so the Hat lADgthens. Those ofs this week looking much Improved In daughters' MUses Eva and Nellie Owen keeps!' It from netting wormy The lies ,
:
..
from the )It nun In n .y. And If all
who and 1 moths know batter limn to 4
a/e "under our own vine and fig health from his trip north. one evening last week. lay egg )', t
reo" are enthusiastically praising our \ on It-or If they should the grubs would should be Coat In au encounter the sinking ;.
fvonderful climate and thanking our Mr. Draw's two daughters, the Misses The daughters of Mrs. Tbeda Hall, dlo as noon as they hatched and began to of a Jiipiinvso warship or two would i)
R. 8. Is ,
lucky star that the mosquitoes are Mattle and Jessie have returned to Jensen Reynolds oil for a few days'holiday Misses Ada sod :K tell", were 'vlf Ulng eat the stuff, It goes Into the sulphur be far bettor thun mirrt'ndwr without n I.
carte articles. from their visit to Tampa. Misses Eva: and Nellie Owen Friday, box discolored and full of rotten spot I .

Pineapple planting'Is progressing rapIdly Mr*. Alice Bassof Jacksonville) visiting and ottllldg on Uncle and Auntie Hughle and comes out a sickly', slimy white light or the Instruction of the fleet to

What member of the T.'C. C. does not ; aud the largo fall crop of pineapples friend here for a few day. In the afternoon.A After It dries! It U bountiful to look at, '*#p It out of the nemy'M hand t I '

look forward to an afternoon with Mrs. will soon be ready for shipment merry I party went to the bunch Sun. but disparately bnil, stuff to put Info
1.. J. Sawyer as hostess. One feels so County Surveyor Fries Is In town this day.. Misses"' Eva and I Nellie Owen Louise on.'.* stomach. l>"t".IIIlIl, raisins, and WEATHER REPORT. .
Jas.' McComb of Dade county, was a are all right .Mick to these few
of the :
lure of something far removed from the week surveying Home principal and Hellen Cannatta Messrs Joe prunes
pleasant visitor to town this week. lIe until the if America wake
people ( to
Lackneyed, and withal ( streets. up
thoroughly en Fleldsand Blair of Indlanola. Arthur : i'
had just returned from blstrlp to New ,
'yable Thursday August 4th, added York. rains fell here which hi ins,. Loo Rogers and A. 1). Oral tor and I the. feet that by creating a durnaud 'forwholesome By Rev Jas. I H. White, observer for J
,. food
Heavy Monday The
I'esh' laurels to her fame as a unique en they can get It.
tertainer, and though those present to Dr. Platt. of Fort Pierce, was In Jensen doubtless will bring along the festive f.unlly.Wlicu women of the... country can do as much Weather Bureau, U. S. Government.NinMIAHT ; .

Voar the "Blue J's" were few in num this week; attending the sick Dr. mosquito. good !as the pure ,food Uw-tjust stop foil JULY lKl.!

ber, the enjoyment was none the less In- McClinton being away on his summer Capt. Henry Shaw life saving station Other DIedfclm'M<< liar buying things unless, you know what they Highest temperature oil the :21h. 02.0 jp L ,
made of. If did p
are people not eat the
Palled
ODlLe. The contest-answering thirty vacation. I.owe.t" 13th. !IW.i
Inspector was In town,,Wednesday on a ,
,
awful Hull It would not bo offered. for
plications! with the names of as many :The Southern Express Co. has presented tour of Inspection. take .'ole! ,'. Kidney Cure It hns cured sale Mean for the month t. . 7S.H
fid-fashioned! flowers-resulted In Mrs their agent at this place with a when everything has disappointed., For Average moan for :XI; years, Hl.O
f< M, Hudson's capturing first prize,and new express wagon to the credit of the M. F. Goldsmith of. the firm of fiendry sale by Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusville. )[lphe.t"; II.i In I IIII.!! ): H.I.'J: :
S L. RAILWAY.
lies Cason of Arkadelphla Ark., the company and the, convenience of 'the A Goldsmith left hundlT for New York --- A. rO..II 'I "In 111I),!, 7".1 t

looby. Both were exquisite pieces of Mr. Wolf. to purchase their fall and wlater stock Rainfall In IDe he.. . 1.8M
Bt-ad work. Besides "the faithful few" agent ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? Average for :17 yams' . B.0fi /
... '
.,, ... .
Ht 'UI ]l t to 1\ On Aeoonnt of
the | .
Rev. Van lck'e.
1'iib members there were present the Oreely Hull bad the misfortune to Congregational; Greatest In 1H8I. 11.7:
'ISHOS Canon, guests of their uncle, Mr. break his leg between the knee and foot, minister, held services!' In The Methodist (J. A. Je. It.-Pnl..n. Iat It.. In I/IHJ.; O.HO

M. Hudson, aud family. The refresh. last Sunday. Dr. 1'lattaof Fort Pierce, church Inettiuodaymorning: and evening A few years ago travel northward at The enoamnnieut of the O, A. R In ['revalllngdliuctlon of wind! . BE!: t

pent* were as delicious) as the hostess aided by Dr. Skipworth, attended to the to large congregation.Mr. : this saaaon of the year wa extremely Boston beginning; August 1.'ithtlve./ Number of clear cliiys. , 22: r,
i noted for preparing, and roost daintily, setting of the broken leg and the sufferer light, for the reason that all the tourists promise o> Including many Ht. Angus- fair 7
and Mrs. II. I. and
rved. Mrs. Sawyer waa assisted In en- Is getting along nIcely.. Klopp their bad departed and there were not very tine people who are going, not only for "cloudy". . : : .'. :3"days
rtalning by her charming daughter; daughter, Lois, accompanied by Mr. and many home folks to !go. A glance at the Ita pleiuiuresi. but l<. avail tbeuiselves/ with) rain 10
Uss Ethel. > Puts An Kml To All. Mrs. F. f(. Horton. came up> from Waverland hip* of the Clyde Line, a.* they /glide of the extraordinary 1 low rates and the '" 'dayswith thunder :an
and spent Sunday here, returning gracefully from their docks at Jacksonrllle accommodations offered, on the HeaboardAir Island Home/Morrltt: Island, Fla.
A grevious wall of times comes as a result Monday. \ will\ convince the beholder that Line Railway's O.A.H. Headquarters k

Suicide Prevented.<< of unbearable pain from overtaxed Col. Budd Is I baYing planted 1 an avenueof business I One with tills popular Steamship trsla leaving Jacksonville at 7-50 JOB. PRINTING of all kinds done at

i The startling annoucement that a pre- organs, dizziness backache, liver complaint large palmetto trees from the road to Company. Each ship Roes north p. m., Friday, August 12th, the fare this office, at rellllt1n"ille rate Give
Bentlve of suicide had been discovered and constipation- But thanks to Ills house. also along the Inside of his with a full list of passengers and we hear .Jacksonville to )Boston and return IsV8 u* a share of your work.
Jill Interest many. A run down system Dr. King's New Life Pills they put an Fence. The Colonel Intend making a nothing but praise of the Clyde Line *: &', all-rail through cars, with only
|r end to It all. They are gentle but service one changes at New York where carriages
despondency snide -
Invariably precede I good many more Improvement yet. I OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-
and something has been found that thorough. Try them. Only 25o at Red A trip to New York by the Clyde Line will convey every one to the Va- .
Jill prevent that condition which makes Cross Pharmacy, Tltnsvllle, Fla. A sad accident,which ended In Indiantanlou la a most delightful experience for on Ion Station for the t M: 0'clock. m, train ton's Rapid, Calking Tools now In OM

plclde likely. At the first thought of death, happened here Sunday their floating palace can be found all t 0 arrive lo Boston at t o'clock Sunday: by boat owner In the United States.

Mt destruction take Electric Bitters. It jy: We cannot guarantee to publish afternoon. Capt. Powers and son were the comfort and of home; stateroom are (1 Itb) afternoon. Price ',l.IIOlind) fUll each, at the At>-
out at Five Mile creek the race course clean airy and their tables are sup.plied The Florida )East Coast Railway will
Being on
before
a groat tonic and nervine will Items that do not reach this office with VOUATB: office Tltnsvllle, Fla. "
Strengthen the and build the there, practicing their horse for the next tae best of everything to eat. ell round trip tickets for the Heaboard
nerves up noon on Thursdays.FOR .
lystenij Its also a stomach liver race. The young jockey, Alfred White Special: summer excursion ticket are Air LIne Headquarters trains at the fol- -- ---" -_ --- -. t.
great ,
now on sale at the low rate of $$ roundtrip
lad kidney regulator. Only r Oc. OuarInteed ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTINGremember bad just started down the course when lowing low rates :
'the horse flew the track and dashed he between Jacksonville and New Y< rlr..Irstcl ,
by Red Cross Pharmacy. the ADVOCATS: office To Boston and return;
poor young fellow against a large pine passage, meal and stateroom 8t.. 30 05 Y014
Augustine. t
berth Included. Tbl* rate coupled with /
--- tree striking! head) and boulder-he
I ,
-t -- -- -- the elegant service this line Ormond . . W) W)
:.....e.e...xx.X....erse..e.e..ev:.e ee.X.xxee.s.wee.. wu dead when they reached him. This should Induce or )popular Daytona..l[ : 00 4 .1
+f'1.1s4'i......'s...y 't'+f1'4'rf.rfi"f stet vi'.+ff Ni' frt4r1 fi'f'f...* I sad accident cast a gloom over the wbole th* people of Florida to New 31 30Tltnsvlll ,)
11 Smyrna.
I towa, and everyone sympathise with take a trip and enjoy the Invigorating/ ,
: 'bTRONIZI3.: : : :: :the poor mother brothers and sister. life giving ozone of Old Ocean. *. :31 00)
C. H. WALTO.V Agent, Cocoa. . . 32 2.1: t
: ,. ::EIclKE: :JN'XU'STrt.: Y. :: -- -- Tltusvllle, Fla. M.Ibourne . 33 2.1 VOUlt

'I- ware TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The West Palm Hooch 31 l 00

** Miami . JW 13
: You have probably heard this sage advice, and.WE represent the only -- I>u The tickets good for leaving New
8UWANNEE IN. ** ) are ;
Home the Insurance Bu.loeTIIE
Industry In are the time of arrival
: following; York midnight, September 30tb, l90.t .
.. SURANCE COMPANY OF FLORIDA, of Lake City, Fla. :: I and departure of passenger train to and For ..I., Cheap, the northeast quarterof ( Is Decenary that tbose Intending togo t3Y U qsG A.SAVLN .

Recommended by the Florida Legislature ** I from Tltnsvllle: southeast quarter of section 3, township on the O. A. R. Headquarters Train
.. Mc11..0e7D. 38, south of 41 east close to apply' atouca to A. O. )MacDonald Asut.
:#: 2y We write policies anywhere In Brevar4 County. ** I Ua>....TltasvUI*for Miami and I *o P"IDtarme41ata O. K. Wood' pineapple range plantation; on tltnt. Pass. Agent Seaboard Air Line

& WILSON. :: points at )110M pG m St Loci River;40 acre. Railway, Jacksonville for sleeping ear provt Uius cooler
:: SCHUYLER || 7osvattoC7e.ev.TttuaviUetorJaca.oavlile. Ahm the northeast quarterof north. .pace.II fee cheat eleaner.
:: TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. TJ east quarter of Motion 18 township 38 should be understood that the O. A.
,
w. also Represent: the Standard Comp nlALL.. of which have 1* I J tz.m oath of range 41 east; on south fork oISt. ; R.lIelllqaarteraTr"l... (.not limited to ruts tar bo KUt to agentP
:: FIFTY YEAKS. and lnttrmdtat point*at ItUpmTlttwvflla Lncl River 40 to that order,but Is). tended to the public.
.. stood the T.*t of Tlme-OVER JJ ; acre Apply fe.WAl1ON Trfl
'AAAAA..A".A....*..******. .. for ea.fpretortl 1.M a.m Cara,. II. WALTOX Be sure that your ticket read for Seaboard -
*****...a A A&A.***.*..**. arrt a TUuvtlle u:#p.aI Tltnavllle Fla. Air Line Railway, t
*..*....**..*.*..**********

31NL'p



'




...1 ;.'f'V! rl ... ,... .'Jk. .,:.",.......'-'"- ..:._.: < ,.... t.-. .'" R_ aatdli ,?. .,walk .ij, H. -



1WT
I rc' 1 t.
1 i


:


.

.
fS EAST COAST ADVOCATE. AUGUST J2. 1904. "

Bi?.
-
--


11 Islnsra..l It them la difficult without mnkJntf to rightly some coinprenem'( compnrl' Florida East( Coast Ry.I<


q A Golden Rule lion II. Tbe benefit of f30.00 ,Ooo.OOO.

E i of Agriculture : for Instance $re nearly a hundred: LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904.
,
time the amount of the.toet of the

t a'' Be rood to your land and your crop Spanish war mid certainly appear to OUTHMUNa-READ DOWN.. NO THBOUNO
-sUl
1 will be of i..
good. Plenty make tbla the greatest economic question

before this country: at the present ...... ...181| STATIONS. No... N"' 7I !
.
time." I IM/JJ' Daily, i I D1I J' JaU,. I

PotashInthefertiflzcrspell JEPw2A tOjJBJoi140V Lv.4aal .... .. ...... .. ee sour ........ .. I
Rorerher 0 |..........: ......:........00. JaekSOIlTllU ...p.............LTAr 8 at' CfAuiry.une. '
Co. Farnim. 'ci e 19 10 M .............................. .. ...................... 'to.ft.
' Many times It happens that the farm I 11 pf a .............................. ...8lattnIra..........,................ :,: a lIa 110'
qua.lityf( 1P U49aIt .... ........................... FalaUa........... ,... ......... .... 14. I.6/1'
and quantity in the harvest. ers in the stormy season cannot get to
Write us and { 1 railroads und therefore tbe fillS 10 .......-...... .......Paiatia ......... ................L" -. 10-
thq i. p
we will rend you, r' 1 prodflee 'UWk LT .. .. ........::..: ... .........I.tll._..... ...:................Ar T 110*a 100'
which lie would like to market and yr y7if
t _._
($1i. free, by neat mill, / for which the market Is clamoring Is H M 10 A. .. ... ;.... ... ....r..8." $._ .......... .. ...., ........Lv.. -
our money winning; a OvaI.v. :...:... ........ ...BaaMatoo. ...... ... ................ Ar 'Ua'' I"' .
/ ,
books .
cut off by bad roads. Could tile farm ./

HERMAN KALI WORKS, er at all seasons draw his. produce ft J, '' NBlBl p ....................... Neon. .........I..:. .......LT -11II.
New Y Mar.. I Lv.1.........................Ba.la..e..:. .. ... ..... 0
rt-.r J St. : tbe nearest shipping point he would ,5 p p ........... .... ... .......Dupont ... ......::.... ::::...:.;;.. taa''
use his own time to better advantage! g' z ; p .. .. . .. ...... Orpnond( ........... ................... I O..,' ItI'
Aa1e1.,0.. tJytli..Dn.4SL ,A.f ,, ; De rr p ..::..::.... .............. .Daytona.' ..................... ........ /860'':
l because bo would do thIs drawing In \ + I aa p ..............,.............Port(range." ............,............... 46kSANrOHD I j
eer ......... Smyr, .. ... U
w t
dull sennona. and the rolling stock of q IO P : : 0
I p........ .N.0ak Hill.........:......::........... a8.1
the railroads would! be far more ef- : 1 6e p .......... .Tltu.TllU....................-...... I u. rft'Ii !J '
r
fnctiml. bccnuHe a steady supply of p .......... :.. .Ooeoa. ......................:..... 9ia
1f11 'I 41 40p..........::.......:....:....R.ekl.dp................ ............ 127. UN/
freight would In a measure do away I4 .>............. ........ ...Kau Oalllo........................ ...... U 10:
Jc' with the conircHtlon of trnrtlc which III lap .................t............ Melbourne........._................... 1 44141N1j
108 ,.............................8.bnitlaaSt. .............................. 12 60.
happens from time to time cud whichla lottO P ................ .............. LllcI.............................. 11oea Il qt
a source of grent boas to all con t UaIMa ............ ..,........ ...... Ft I'I........_... .... 111$5: NNt
1111 Up ...............:...............TI bbala.........._.........:::...: 1115 ,p fort
cerned.Vmitrmnt. Tri- I ............ .. ..... ................ 'el
SVeekly Sailings ......... ... ..t..Bd. .......... 616 '
'- e ne n aI I I- p ....... ................,....Jcnaen ...... .................... If II .e.
P..:........................... .Slll.'t..l.......:.................... os p .e,
k Work on Urorltlm ttomdm. t p..o.................... ....Ron Sou_........................... 10 Up P .ID,
I HUB) COSTS MILLIONS ilporglu'd new vagrancy, law makesIt BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. t 41IT rj I" ........ ........,..Ws( Jupiter. ............._........... 10 Itp l 1 a.
? 4 Ms p .,:::..................... W. Palm Bvaeh........................... hp .1
lawful to put to work on the highways 4Ma p .................,...........Born ton.............;................. 10 lilt;
P
any adult who cannot show he Calling at Charleston, both ways) I 1p1 ..... ................ .. .. .... ... ... I tNll
w, ENORMOUS SUM LOST ANNUALLY IN sMa .....'............. ......Ft Lod.rdal......;.............:....... a Dtp IWiu .,,
MARKETING has regular employment. .As a result the a 115'P ...........................Hallandal ................... .......... tap ..
CROPS. of the enforcement1', of this law the The Finest Steamships in Coastwise Service / ..../ ..................-,...!ruon City...,......................... J lip as
fii# -------... highways of thatstate are being! put T 00 a Ar........... ... ........... ...IV.amt..L.. CCp, N 1
.
Dome .. ..rur... l>r an Official of th.e In the fin Condition. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. -- I ._

I Department of A1cultureln.. Direct bervioe Between \ BHA.NOH.B.fr OBAiram CITY BKA.NOH.Ho. .

ql,r crease Good of Ro.d.KMrm.Value From Ilolld.Insr Opaao Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. Daily STATION:. Daily Na. 12 Dally. i I I i'Dally H..T 6LTt. ea. PailT N0 Dell t


l' The Am rJcnn people have'reason to Cures A cold In 24 bour Do you ache (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) TOSaLrMa ......... Tlturrill....,....Ar II Up!. I ODD 10 Ma LT..JT. am'raa..Ar N
and feel feverish one or two Opaao Tab.letl BEMI-WKKKLV SAILINGS S Ly........... O.t..o.A' 11 ate 14tp 1111> LT. Li>k.U.len l ..ArLT \ion [&;

;a Appreciate the fact that the good road are Just'wjiat you Deed they tone Southbound........ .............. .. ... .. ..... ... ... '.. .......... ..from Lewis WharfrJJo Sl..tw.........lnwrprl.a..All 11 oo I53p400p 11 Wtk Or rut* Clty.Ar #! NI
question I1 Ieoraat\ last to l he taking up the system and drive out all feverish Northbound........... .... ..... .... ....._.. .....from. foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville 6 W Ar.., ........ Saatord .........LT 10 ilia 11 46* Ar. .Or. City Jo,LT U N,

on a thoroughly practical aspect, wltli *symptoms. Don't take quinine; Opaao ,.23 i N o. f I N*. ftDolly No,17 N*. 1 d No. 10Dkllr N*. t] No. {4Dally a
s a tonlo which does lasting good. St. Johns River Line. .. DaOyBuBdiiyl Deilytey
promise of groat benefit) to every p"fIoIOU Opaao Is. a small chocolate coated label Clyde Dally,. DallyMA.TPOBT. ccapt8un Dally urnt

.' living In this country" laid au offl- and Is sold at :23o a box by HAd Cross (DeBarjr Llue.)
h del i of tbe deportment of agriculture Pharmacy, THuavIHe Fl.*. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. I p Ia p 1 Mp Mp Ma.Ma.LT J'ekaonr'e Ar TOO 840SMa. loOp 110 aIQy C C7pp '
P 01 p e So.JaoMoaTllle.Pablo 8B9aaoa / 4 p
to a representative of tbe Washington -- Stopping at Palatka,Attor, 8t. rranola JieroiCord (DeLand), and luteruu.dl.te land' 714p( ISSpp 04Ie P lOW ,. Bweh.. 00. t tO :
,; lags tm the St.Joliu'a Klfer. p 19 MlMa Atlantic Beaeh 7M. h tliO p G is
; t Btnr. recently "", FREE FROM DUST. STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." 10 $0 II y Mp 1 Mp Ar. Mayport LT 100s 74 0a n I Ip/ !I

'Evf.'t')' foreigner coming to thin. cone
i 1.[ appointed f>sail an follow t Leave Jauknuavlllo Suud.,., Tuemlnyn and Thursdays,3 SO p. m.
N try la amazed on the one band at our Hlahway.. Rendered D..t.... la Returning leave Sanford, Momlayn, WndneRdays and rrldayi. 0:10: a. t0. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
France by ltn. of Tar. -
1 general proifwjslvenrss/ and enterpriseand A. recent olflclal report of the department 8outb.liuund Read Iown aCHEivt' North-Hound Iha'i nyi CLOM CONNECTION MADE: AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THC f. A 0. .. .. COMPANY fOt

p utterly dJHjiusleil on the other of bridges and roads In Franc Leav. 3 lilt p. m. .."'. ... .....-. Jacil""n" ul/.. .... .. ........ ......:: -'rrlve II oo"--A.ii:. HAVANA AND KEY WEST ]
s blind nt our nlmont total Io'ck of (foodrmr'n Leave 8 48 p. m. .............. .. ....... .. ...Palatka........... ... ..... .. ..... Leave 8 co p. 10. \
shows the continuance of tbe good results Leave. 8111I a. nr. ...... ..... ...,.... A..tur .. .. .... .. .. ........ Leave :2 30 P 01. ,
( nnd our ahuowt utter want of nppri obtained In rendering roads free Leave 4 au a. w. ........... ...... .. ...Mt. Francis:: .......... .......... leave lOOp. m .
; .Jon' of tbe, advantages of prop I....". ........... .. ......Iler..or.' (IJeiatul) .... .. ..... .....Leave 12001,0<10. The.. Tim Table. how Mi* times al wheh tral.Bmar b* .zn.etd to arrive and"part""
from dust by coating the surface with Arrive 83C\ja.ID. .... .... ......... ..S..nr..rd ..,. .. .... .. ... .. 080 .. m. 1 Iron UK several utatton but th.tr arrlTal or departure at lb. tlm.. .tatmt If net ira.r.otvnt.t
l trlv liii|>t'i>ved highways As a result Arrive 1Oi/ln4.in./ ....... .... ..........Enterprise .. :...... ". '..... ......Leave 1000 a. w. /ear dcM. the Compaaj hotel ttwlfreapon.ibl.forsayd.layor any oo..rgeenr.rlenathen... .
of this inr deplorable touch have ftttnlnoil tar.The -: trom.
; i 1'i' worlJwMe( renown whlcb engineer for the Seine and Marne Gen'a Passenger and TIcket Office; 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.
It departments reports that after an unsuccessful For Copy of tho LOCAL TIME OA&P or Othov X al-.,'''.
jEmutly! detniftM trom our reputation of t. M. RON HONOUR: ,..,.'.,Au(.Oen. Pa.*.ARt. 204 Went Hay St...laokioitTllle.' Fla.
&1 being an exceptionally enlightened and trial of a mixture of oil W, a.COCBNnJrLocal ..".Altt. JackionTllla CP.LAViILfiuperintrdenJacksonville..: "BKZ: THE TICKET AGENT."
: and petroleum a coating of tar was In sad Hogan( St..Jacksonville, Tla. .
ren.lve people. A.C. Gan'l Eaiit'n P....... New YorK. i'LYUE: MH.NR, Iffin. Frt. York.
pco HAOKRTV. Att.( Aict.'New '
q "The willing submission of the American the Summer of 1002() laid down on seven TIIKU. U. KOKIl, Oen..ral l Manager.: WM. ** OL.YIIH A cu.: different. lengths of road. After carefully llulldinic State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. .
'
1 ( people to the needless and burden. observing these during' a period C. II. WALTON1. Agent, TltiMvllle, Fla.Atlantic ...
erne condition of our country roads i III -
of twelve mouths he finds that dust .
ti J.4
r a remarkable circumstance. Careful >.
and mud hate wholly disappeared and 3 ptROlI.
,,1 study of this matter some to Indicate V
v. r-S
the cost of maintenance of the roads
that this Is wholly due to lack of I 'it ,
I :1
Coast Line
has been considerably reduced. :I. .
knowledge and of R'y.
appreciation thcomparative Further comparing tbe previous outlay J. clIVC1aA

i. I benefits( of Improved roadWays on the roads with that of those -. 1.ft ,wt
over bad ones and the ease and<< CIIIG4
with tarred surface, he say: "It appears ; \\l
low cast by which tbe best of made that the tarring method requires The Great Through Car Line from Florida. whqW'' l

may be secured1.' I no !greater outlay and at tbe same time \ i ; k
"It la wholly Inconsistent with the TO THIS EAST
k very considerably Improves the condition -
characteristic enterprise of Americans of the rondway. In La Cher two Over Its own rails to Savannah' Charleston Richmond and Washington! thence [oU/S WZ! "
,7
that they should willingly submit to CND
( ; lengths of the Cbausee Natlonale were via the Pennsylvania Kallroad. .
the continuous and 'needlemi lesson due
coated with tar In June and August! of
to lack of good roods especially when 100:. TO THK 'VI ST. .
k, these losses ure so great In a few yearn The LouUvllle & Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R R.
"Hoth these experiments have been I
F'r to the cost of '
M equal building the
entirely successful the road now being
4 floe*: roads. In tbe world throughout TO TUB EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.Via LOUONKARR.h
covered with an elastic skin, while the
# the entire country. Tills remarkable sound of foot passengers' tread Is muffled :Savannah: and Ocean Steamship: Compinv for New York: Phlladeldhla, Bos(
c fact can only be accounted for a* the and ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New" York Washington! and Baltimore. Via. Sa
horses and draft oxen require
l 1 remilt of our deplorable Ignorance varuvth and Merchants'[ and Miners' Transporttalon Company. for Baltimore
only one-half the effort they put forth aud
I'lilladeiphla.
the comforts
comparative economies
l before. The noise and vibration caused .
1'' and of aDd bad roads.
ri i "It pleasures la conservatively good estimated by by vehicular traffic are much reduced TO KEY WK8T ANI> HAVANA.Via J4e LL37J ems
and neither dust nor mud Is formed on
w it government otllclals that we are needlessly Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company.
the tarred surface.
d losing or wasting over $000,000- 'B
000 each year because of our bad Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points AWNa: JA

f 'J ro ads. making a mud tax of over,$2*' i i g .

; 1 r '000,000 for every working day In the : BUH5AOE TICKETS. .

year! and an Individual tax of nearly rnrnscksCOTT's Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal I

p $8 each year for every person In this ; railroads In the southern states are on sale by the principal agerjti.

country.' : I .Pu P. I Ithump For reservations. and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L.. or write, Pot a-- NA r p
"This eittluiHte la for the direct mon
FRANK C. BOY TON, Commercial Agt JV. D. STARK Trav. Pave Agt. SMOOTH RUNLSOUTJIERN
ey loss and taken no account: of tbe lncttental <
U8: West lUy St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE! FLA.U. .
: dltuidvantagpit discomfortsand back straight! neither will It At. KHERSON Trafllo Manager. W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. Pass. Agent u1%' '
Inconveniences of bad roads, I leg long, but It fads loft mak'l WILMINGTON. N. C.

i wtrtch would probably exceed the rtl- diseased bans. and I II !
the few genuine! meant of recovery In -- ---- -------
roct moneyed 101... Itenldes this, the
i t I rickets and bon. consumption.Send I
locreased values of, forum reached by for fra. ample. RAILWAYcl DIfY1lLE
G. A. R. RE-UNION-BOSTON.
; good roads would amount to an enornacma SCOTT Me BOWNK, ChemUtt, To
409"4. frSlrrnt\ N..,V......
.i sum In New York and other ..od .u
oe: Juoo{ dmaghtaDIXIE WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHV1LLE and
state this Increase In selling values
j .. SEJA.EJOA.Et.D: :: : .L1IR LXN'El.s: 'th.e Of-
has equaled from $23 to $100 an acre and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C
,
la many cases. fi..ol.a1: Route: ; :Xrom:: orl.c:1al: : I
CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND OP THE SKY"The
"An Increase of only $8 an acre on ,

the estimate of OW.OOO.OOO forUM FLYERWORLD'S "
acres NORTH and WEST
i, -Very Low Round Ttlp Rates from Jacksonvlllfi H1'jSapphire Country.
l country would amount to something .
( like 5.0iO.OOO.OO: or more than *:43.i)5: -Via all rail, through Washington and New York. **._... D..itfn( Dle.let. Cap
U7.lt-Vla! : Washington New York and Sound Line steamers. '..11_...
Can "._.CI.
.raoagh to build tbe l beet and finest FAIR ROUTE
4 $MU.OO-Via Savannah and steamer or via Norfolk and steamer; meals Sand berth 0.. All T_._ Ta. .....
inatn roads In the world-about 1,000- while on board included. .

XM tulle--throughout the entire country .l'OUTHltftN RAILWAY. M. .CAHT. Dt.es Tka..aq.r"- A.....
t several times over, and by recently DATE OF SALE-August; 12, 13 and 14, 1004. 10* W. IUr SlTM*. J.ap..vaiy

developed methods In road bnllillng thetxMt Nashville (Mtahobga & St. Louis' RETURN LIMIT-August20, ItHM. v. A. Tttaa, P.T. M WuhlncMii.. C. .. H. tUmwwtcm. O. s>.A,........-. D CMallory

j roads can be built for a cost' which Ry. EXTENSION OF RETURN J.1l\UT-September 30, 100&. Wit.H.TAnM.. A. G. r.A.. AI....... O.. .

sboakl. not excel an Average of |2.001)a STOP-OVERS days at New York on return journey. -. .-
Western and Atlantla R. R.
k mile. The Interest ou this sum otOOO.OOO.ooo \ .'-. -._- --- -- _.. ---
--
---- ------ --
$ at 4 per cent would build Through: conc.hea Jacksonville to Boston one charge. Leaving; .Inckimnville on

,' sB the mainly traveled roads In the 1IEADQUARTKUS. TRAIN 7:1i> p. m August! 12. hruugh Pullman

t 1) &_try In lens than ten years at a cost DAYLIGHT RIDE ThROUGh ble pei-n, Jackioavllle to Boston, with only one change.1'roportlonate Lines

: 'f+ of rely 40 per cent of the Inoreasivlfauu THE BEAUTIFUL! MOUNTAINS rates from other point Complete Information on application to


"From value.this It appears that we wouldretrire OF A. O. MACDOXELL: As t. Gen. I'll sa. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON,1'a.a. At.JACKSONVILTJ5. _ __ j.

I benefits from Improving our TENNESSEE AND.KENTUCKY. FLORIDA

main roods In Ole Iiicvenne of farm values --. -. SPECIAL PASSE'NGER..EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
- ---- -- -
allowed all --- --
at stations
; alone equal to two. and one-half Stopovers on

'' A tnit.( or :2SO; per cent of their cost. line where there are Ticket Agents EXPERIENCE co YEARS Largest and roost thoroughly clipped passenger steamships on the coast.

"A direct saving of $i t\OO,000ono\ a KIDNEY DISEASES
-NO
I _
) f20.D Coach Excunlon! OVERCROWDINGIMPORTANT
l year figured atI per cent Interest"
wrtd carry a rout of $12.: IIO.OOO.OOO. $17.30: 1S days; $31.K: : ( (R) days; STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on tbfj
$40.B.I: Regular; Season Ticket. UU t nn 1 !.
l
break
TUs, la overt six tliuen. or IUO per cent are the most fatal of all dis .hpf as no tickets| will be sold\ to exceed the number of !

y t .of the uec.'HHary coats of the majn or, the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers IniJl v *

roads for the entire country. 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 I eases.rni. service and at.tention.PASSENGEItS.

17 "If the Indirect comforts benefits TRADE: MAHKSOCBIONS

ant savings will equal the direct say Leave JackHOHTlll. via J'. 9. F.,T::43 a m. C Y'C KIDNEY' CURE Is IrllLlCl LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.jSee

p log we will have ither Item of JOOO) ,. Leave Jackaouvllla, via A. C. L.,8:*8 p. m. 0 BaaraBtud Riniilj a... rh CO""IGHTS and dtixiilpttfin AC.nMmins m..y ( Schedule

000.000.(! Tide makes: tile total( l benefits 4010511. w.rtaut. our oplnkn.. tree whether an. of Ships in Florida Time.- DloD)
nn 4 probably Mt Ct nnnantr
frum gaol main roads etl ual' to Koine- SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROX'TE.; tefun ed. Contains ll. ii..triolljc. clld.ntlaL NANOSOO OQ PManwen '
or money free. irilmii atf0noy for ,Mm'urliic anon. LOWEST HATES TO,NEW YORK: AND ALL POINTS NOKTI1
thing like :UOOOOOOOOO: ) ) or fifteen SUPKUB EQUIPMENT. Pwm. ta.en throuuh. Munn So. receive: .
i tluuM their l'otIt.'' The Interest from remedies recognized by eminent tprrlol noflco, without! 01>.nr., la the I Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the

a this sum at 7 per rent would pay the THROUCU SLEEPERS physicians as the best tot SckntiHc JImerlcamA FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." .

cost of bulldjnif! the finest and best Kidney and Blidder troubles. nhmmtMl. ..**"..,. I..antwt f't rntmo .. *'
man road In the' world throughout K.: J. WALKER, Fla. Pa s. Agt eglataat' tlf "nF.. J..nuaL 1.rm..$3. Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full\ Information regal, "
,. : PRIGS SOc. L'Id $'. 'muntba,*1- *''ai Spell n.e.dal.n. ractlons offered by no other "J v
1 the entire country each end l every year; Florida Passenger: Agent. IIN linediagrams, re reserratins tickets, etc., W
( "Thi.so benefits) are so enonuou that Iced Cross. Ii1 1&Ctl i."iBFWi> Y.NewYork i .ARTHUR W. PIE F1 arid!.
IMiariuiicr. Passenger
Jacksonville Fla. KB r BU Wa. ; Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacisonillle

1 i'


W. "

..

1N:
N '
S { ;

1 <

..' ,L,......... .+:.a -Wo. -_a.eA6.Atu ,.



I r-




.

,
EAST! COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 12 190*. "ITI
-
1
VILTJB. ,
City Ownership' .;., Opaac NEW YOU: t. ,
4
Walter C, 11 a tutu. American consul Cures a cold In.Sl' hours Cold, neo* "

: ;;'." (' '{,; ", Sembler at Hull. England makes a very Interesting ralirU or headache, a few Opaio Tablet :
J..i., : :; Cottage report of the progress In that will our you to stay cured, They are a
-, --. belter than Qulnlue Morphine Hotel .
ancient Jty since the inception of the great tonic or Marlborough
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.Open and do not effect the heart. Price
+ r y policy of the municipal) ownership or :r>o at Red Cross. Pharmacy Tltusvltle. ,

;, All the Year. street cars five year ago. Up to that Wools Broadway, :30th and 37th Streets, NEW YORKV.. '
If Text Live.
0 had
line Hull been considered one or
"" If your name In to live at all, it Is 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con
0r 0r i ; Good Board and Attention. this most uninviting place In Groat so much more to bave it live In ducted on American and European: plans, anlla managed under the persona
),i1, Britain It had no public Improvements peaple's supervision of the owner '
r Reasonable heart than only In their brains.I .
\\1'1j FrB1: Rater the streets were exceedingly don't know that one's eyes till with E.'S. CROWELI?, Manager

r narroW and 111 paved, the street car _
/ l i Two doors from F.: E. C. Railway tears when be thinks of tbe.tftU10\1a --- -- --" -7Kiainesha -' --
t e system was Inadequate and antiquated Inventor of l logarithms, but a song of "
j Station, Tttusvllla.I I and altogether conditions wero so bud Burns' or a hymn of Charles Wesley's KIAMICSIIA LAKH: N. Y. /

that the place, although the thirdport goes straight to.your heart, and you ------ ", .'
r MRS. A, J. SEMBLER, Proprietress In the kingdom, bad such an unsavory can't help loving!: both of them; sinneras t

r name that It was avoided by. tourist well 1 as saint The work of other KIAMESHA LAKE ,

1r JACKSONVILLE. r and was only visited by those who had men lives, but their personality dies Inn SULLIVAN COUNTY,
1r
out of their labors. The poet who reproduces ,
to BO there on business. But with the I I ,.NEW VOUK.jfc .
r himself In his creation' as no
.
advent of the mayoralty of Sir Alfred I ,
I ;\
0r other artist does or can goes down to "
Gelder In 1808 a new policy was InI I posterity with all his personality ,!; ,

DUYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. troduced. The wnnd of progress' seemed blended with whatever Is Imperishable This "New Rocklodgo" of the North, nestles! < In the mountains by the ,

to pass over the city, and a transformation In his son!*.--Oliver' Wendell Holmes. a:
aide of beautiful
lake 2,000 feet above sea level. '
baa taken place. Broad avenues >

bave been cut from the business The Do >/ar Had .th... .b .. Exquisite\: climate All modern' conveniences. Large airy rooms 1'h '
i Opposite postofflce. center of the city to the corporation A certain physician told some of his "'
Cent.rallylocat.ed. Thoroughly repaired and re- hoe many new buildings have been patients that as long us they kept their 1 I Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tennis., hOPEN hm i\
i feet dry they would be safe from the ,
erected the streets have been paved In ; "

V) novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted the best) and most enduring manner attack cf the grip.' He was surprisedto Most r reasonable rates, ;V 4
receive a letter from one of his patients V" ,
the car lines have been acquired and i .
.' Rates $2.50 per day and up. modernized, an unfailing supply of altered had two in which the latter said that bn 11. R. :SU A RES i Proprietor.si .
wooden legs and yet he bad "
v drinking 'water baa been Intro- the grip for five consecutive years. The ;
!
-- ---- --- - ---- '
-
B. ,W. SPERRY Proprietor. duced and the dock systems Improvedand letter was unanswered.-Albany Journal -
JUtYN l'\, P,A. )
enlarged until the city today hi one 'VIt, .
rsac. .. ,
1 of the best, if not the best providedwith '

docks of in .....
, H. N. O'NEAL a result the any city's city trade and England.As population "How did you manage to sell that MRYN MAWR, \

have rapidly increased.The piece Mrs 1Iiti1T'Clerkf Vf goods that' all out of date to The Bryn .Mawr Hotel PKNNlf ,

HAS city ownemhlp of the street rail- ,
LEASED THE told her it was a great bah
Y YI I way lines has revolutionised: the service gain, but I thought Mrs. Itlchcoln had //ol' .'
"
ARAGON In' the city. From l being the mom bad It laid! aside for one of her daughters. t ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) ',:'"' '
HOTEL antiquated they" are now among the Then she took It right off.Irvliiic'i .

., most Improved In England. UuchuV.l'erM

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. One of the chief peculiarities ot 'the cine all kidney troubles stop ,pain In the \
JtTVR TO OCTOHKH.
For address
It ta open ?.ithe American plan.' Rates $2.60 day and null tram system Is the double deckedcar. back, make loss of albumen in. the urine terms etc? .. ,'
The' hotel.rf.J6 ff thoroughly renovated and put per In fir.t cla.e upwards. All the curs, of which there are Impossible, und actually rebuild the .
condition
When fln shrunken walls of the
It will be second to none In the city. New evator and 116 in number are of this pattern. In kidneys. They
Dew plumbing. being contain what Is wanted to remove the
lDtal'6dNew
Rooms with bath f from/: May lie to rov.and 1st,large$:.1 sample day room being added. adopting the double decker, however dUease, heal the sore spot and strength. LKLANU STERRY.Iualler,
per
null bus only followed the style In use I en the whole organ. They never fall to
in every city in Great Britain and Ire- bring relief within a few hours and cure r

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streeta. land. Recent statistics show that of to stay oured. Mold at bOo a box by lied BKYN MAWH, .. PENN. ., '
Cross I'hurmaoy, Tltimvllle, Kla.
0 : < JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the 0H0! electric cnrs In use In the H__ __ ,..p _. ___ __ __,,__ __ _
.
United Kingdom 1)0) per cent are double

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- deckers and only 10 per cent single

,ed this season. Fine cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Water decker Ii this WIlY the seating capacity ,r rt
Cold of the cars in more than doubled r

Ba hs, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All the upper deck accommodatingmore HAVE YOU S.EEN

passengers than the lower deck.
street cars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to
$2.50 per daytMrs. The Hull cars are of two different dimensions -

'. the smaller seating twenty.;
A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. '
r two passengers below and thirty-five .

on top.

The New Travelers Hotel After careful investigation Mr. .l'o :
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. '
rianiu concludes that the double deck THE !

-On the American and European Plan- cars are suitable for American use and t h

enters into a rather extended: argument I
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovafed. A )pleasant 'In their fuvor. !

family home.. Rates: American Plan, $J.OO and $2.50; European, Meta)
Next the
to style of cars the chief
and up. All oars form Union Station stop at the door.U. ( .
distinguishing feature of the Hull
W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. tramway system Is the cheapness of
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the the fares. These are 1 penny ((2 cents)

same management. on all lines unit for all distances. The ?
---- -- ,
-- -- .--- financial results of this low fare systemare :
WALTON BLOCK
PAULO IJI ACII. equally interesting. During the
-- -- ---- --
latest twelve months reported ,on there
,
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL were ten miles of double track, or twenty .

,', miles of single track, In "operation. '1 'I,

PABLO The gross Income was about 1445,000. ; ,"a
BEACH, FLA. .
The cost of operation was about $203;' tit;
e I'
-- 000. -This left a gross profit of $212,000 .
I I
t &ll I I : '
(AG U'ICE.N'TLYLOCATED and. deducting Interest on the Investment .

l- and the sinking sum, left a net .
5S| r*
Ocean Front, near East Coast! profit of $122,000, or an average of

: .. "' Depot. over $12,000 a mile of double track. I
which went Into the''city treasury

E 4 OCEAN VuBSHou r' Has. all, Outside-Rooms. Mr. Hamm closes his report. with this / er

PAfttO 1 Iit\CH.fuA.( significant statement:
Sea and Sulphur Bathe
These are the results of the municipal "
RATES:( $3 per dayS to $12 per week. Uatlon of city transit In Hull. They give
American cities a striking proof of Ih.ml.take *
they havs made In surrendering
F.LOURNOY & FLOURNOY their street to private, companies that ,
'.
operate th* llnes' for their private benefit ,I r ,
Owners and Proprietors. ,
6yr
and often to the detriment of the public.If t
,_ ____. _____n_ -+ the advocate. of the munlclpalUatlun "
of street car lines In the United Btatei ( .
OLD. SKABKKEXK, GOODAT, FI" ,' ,,
the question they cannot do better than to \
study the Hull tramway system. 1

OLD SEABREEZE, y Utilities that tore public In their nature :- .:

The Seaside Inn GOOD ALL, FLA. should be operated for the public .: ., A ,NEW INVENTION
.
.good rather than for private greed .
When they are so operated l. the world's .
Is now open for the summer season, under the management: of the owner, ,
prosperity and happiness will .t.I
progress
HORACE F. STEW AR'!'. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona be correspondingly increased. Recently Patented all'Over tbe World

Beach, the bot.ella modern in all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleas- .
ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keallng's Casino and Pier. '. i

The.surf bathing is unexcelled. Terms moderate. Milking; by Kleetrlclty. .1 e
A recent consular report from Germany The. Walton.
HORACE F. STEWART Owner and Manager. .
tellih of newly Invented apparatus
-- - ---
for milking*cows by" electricity

In which -rubber hoods are attached Self-Locking Tackle Block. ,: '

to the udder of the cow. These ,, ,:,

hoods are connected with a vessel tot
.
This load-holding block Is made In various .
:
receiving tbe milk by means of a rub ;
shapes and .I7ooa! o'f WOOD, IRON
> ,
t
ber tube from which the air is exhausted
( Jw and BRONZE. Will work squally well( .
by means of tbe electrical device. It -"
'
with rope, chain or wire rope.Will "IWV ;
Is claimed that the auction thus secured .
" work at bight, upside dow : : : '.
resembles very closely. the suckingof any t
a calf and that for this reason' the /2 horizontally'or' at any angle, and will : '

cow "lets down" her milk more freely atop and lock at any point. '",..

than when milked by band. It U also invaluable for every kind of business

.t claimed that absolute cleanliness of _? where a block Is needed, frequently ssvInglth -' ,

: : w the. milk may be secured when this labor of one man or more.

I method of milking Is employed.The Nothing Ilk. It for hanging or stretch- '

h.d4 log wire. ,
courts have decided that the I r
Address, all communications tq the
Igorrotes do not have to wear trousers.It .

Is evident that tbe Judges who mad ,
the decision. bave bad experience with \Walton Self Locking Block Co

St. Louis climate in summer. \ t i (Incorporated.) + ,e
I .
and Wareroom 404 Atlantic A'.. :
I Ofljce fit
So Ioogaa our two most prominent J ,
it Near kowe's Wharf, Elevated Station. r
,
cities' are Oyster Hay and Eopu w na I
bave no ,stones to throw at the outlandish I |BOSTON: MASS.T } 4

.... name of towns in the far east -- -- 1t

,7:" -- will !, t'r .i Sample Blocks can be seen at the AD- ,t / 4

, --- I' The beef combine become more i ;, YOCAtm office Tltustllt;f and at the store 4'fl6 r .i.iI'

a ...1r-I1 .A.JV'OO.A..TE: JTOOO .037371033 alarmed when all Its denouncers tun i of 8. B. llobbard Jk Co., Jacksonville. I', II'll'I' II+

DOES ALL KINDS.0FJ0D, PRINTING, NEATLY AND WITir DESPATCH, T.ff*tartan Call and !see these block working' j ju.J

jb b




r
.

i\2 c'o ''f''''' ...".-" !&. ....-JJU: 'L. .,rh.W.->9slia',.JitI.."..,.It...... ", .....,. 'w--......- ," 'u.-jsiiLaiJ ." ,, ,.% Wt.ttt !thr.: .l.. S. '..4.u,--5 ."..ar'" ), !" i

.. :,. --'-"' .-- -



.



q I 4

;
.
'"

i V .. EAST rOAST ADV4 ATE. AUGUST 12. 1904. .
-- -- --- --
,. -
WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS,
I t ADDITIONAL 'LOCALS.
if JK ,
c .INSURANCE. '-Z-- when you can'buy the best SelfLockIng East Coast Meat Mark

r JEWELERS AND !SILVERSMITHS! ,J ; t .-Mr. J. S. Coats, of Rockledge 'was, Tackle Blocks at nearly the same

I' 41 West Bay Street ( "1" '.. t "' In town yesterday.Dr. price. Now in use in the United 0. F. pUREN Agent.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA; .. .. ,. Wi: States Army and Navy Departments.
Geo. Holmes, of City Point, Kjcamlne: them atPritchard &: Sons or;
y, Largest stock In this section of country. ,' spent Tuesday and
Wednesday Thursday the ADVOCATE office. Tltusvllle.t 0o ::
'I Established (in 18U8. FIRE TI"erpoot' &,London & Globe, Hartford" liana; Continental, Homo, In town. ;;;- ::!.

Send for descriptive catalogue. t jforlhern Assurance Phenix, Fireman's Fund Pennsylvania. .' ..... .. ... aQit7
: *' 5, *t,, -Mr. J. A. Crews, the hustling representative ........... :
of the Tlroer Ualoo arrived in s::.:.
E. Hall
Vesey
THEFLORIA | :
TORNADO; Continental l Insurance Co., of New Y ik. town yesterday.Mrs. pt-: :

_ : 4L. MOTOR CO. -'"" .* .Plx' ) : T. N. Decker, who has: been i Georglana'', Fla. <> -
I
LIFE[ New York Life Insurance Co.-the great International life 1 insurance visiting; her father at Petersburg Va .: Boat Builder. -..' d$ eea

r, i DAYTONA. FLA company of the world-Assets 352 minions" _*]::;". for a month or two, Is expected home tONLYFIRSTeCLASSWORK.SWrite -en-
ICI.o
; at
i. Carry a full line ofAUTOMOBILES..... '' /; next week. I U2
'
4i Union'Casualt I :: '' 1Iy I IMr. o for Estimates. i I(I

and TIRES ACCIDENT i ) &\Surety Co., of I t;;Louie, Mo. :',::}f\: L. R. Decker who Is now In I ...................... TITUSVILLE. FLORID
j,' .....in stock, also Pennsylvania In writing to friends here I
says he Is having a big time but --
says
4 MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE BONDS ..........................
SURETY. Fldelltyct Deposit CO., ,f Mar'laod. nothing returning borne. I ................. ......,.
t i. ENGINES, -F..... Morgan, Proprietor. K. R. BUkewood, Registered rugKat.PHARMACY| a
1 DYNAMOS -Mr. Julius Kline one of Tltusvllle's :
s f popular merchants will leave on the
: MAGNETOS Represented by ,
f ,
i i.: ti early train Sunday morning for New

i r f BATTERIES XV AI'OIUZJ4RS.I cEl..Q..A.J.\T' c*:> W' ..a..XaTON', York City. for an extended visit with relatives. I RED I

/SPARK
: COILS
TITUSVILLK. ... FLORIDA.
''t
i ,
and PLUGS-- County Surveyor J. O. Fries left on
of all kinds, and are offering them for r Wednesday for Orlando, to spend the e
sale at... BREVARD COUNTY COURT. I A FINE CLUB HOUSE. rest of the week,and.to meet bis daughter 0
from Denmark whom he has note -A Complete iifs. i
..O'D'T JP2FLIOJZ3S3.:: : : .. County Court convened at Tltusvllle The editor of the ADTOOATK: was th seen for eleven years. PURE DRUGS AND SUNDRIES
on Monday August 8, 1004()( with JudgeA. guest of Dr. F. IT. Houghton, a member I e
They have a few bargains In D. Penney presiding and D. L. of the East Coast Automobile Association -Miss Lottie Leonard!, of Oitteen, is *W Prescriptions Filled With the'
KNOX, Gaulden prosecuting. There ixpected: : In Tltusvllle, next week, to tweet Care and Promptitude. 1Wl
was a good at the fine
v BUICK, sized criminal docket to be cleared and beach, last 'new Saturday Club-house afternoon., on Daytona Mr. visit Miss Maggie Collins for a few 'days T WE.WXNT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US i TRIAL ORDER. ;

WHITE the following are the cases disposed of. .. G Burgoyne of Daytona la th and then go to Daytona to visit here : Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes, I
State of Florida".. Jim colored friend, Mrs. MoDanold. Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles; and all other articles kept
Smith
DE .MOOT. energetic president of the above Club bl up-to-date drug stores. ]
charged with.carrying concealed weapon and he has done much towards making f It -Mrs. D. L. Gaulden and daughter i ffifr: We !live prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. ,
ORAN'l'.YEURI8.MARiNE lie pleaded guilty and was fined (100 or the success it Is. Miss Irwlnna will leave DeLand Monday .....................................*.*....".*+<.

&: STANIONARY ENGINES. six mouths at hard labor. The new club was opened Decoration next for Pennsylvania on a visit to rel ,

All Kinds of .-- was State of Florida vs. W. R. Mills, who Day. It Is situated near the south trail atives. Judge' Gaulden;' will remain Jn E.' L. ::SE DZdt:, .::seO.
charged with selling liquor withouta or the upper one 'of the three bridges Tltusvllle during! their absence. ,
LATHE WORK license. Pleaded guilty, and was fined that cross the Halifax river. The house DEALERS IN- .

iMl ., A Specialty. (100 or six months at bard labor. Is roomy with a wide veranda' and Is ,.next-Mrs.week A., for J. Sembler a month's expects visit with to leave her GROCERIES, GRAIN' AND HAY, AND ,ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,

Write for Prices and Terms. with State of Florida vs. J. II. Avis, charged two stories, containing) all the usual mother at Tavares. The Sembler cottage We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZER!,
stealing twine from E. B. Arnoldat equipments A fine view of the Ormond. will, be In charge of "Uncle Andy" We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consul
Malabar. Found guilty by the jury i Daytona Beach Is had for miles. era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
EI.: L. :JWOTLC: 'VV''". and fined $.'10 or three months The Florida East Coast Automobile during Mrs. Sembler's/ absence.Mrs. : E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA

State of Florida vs. Frank Green colored F. A. Losley and children are .
\ Assoclaton Club-house l Is bound to become -- -------------- --- ------ ----------- - --
F[ g 4 charged with aggravated assault popular with ,visitors as the view expected to return to their home In Tltusvllle "
t
\ l' ? upon E. Svedellus at V lkarla. The obtained from a marine standpoint. cannot after a stay. of several weeksIn .r.'E. GOLDSMITHDealer ,
iie. jury hrnuo'hfc!_ In a verdict of 1111 11&v... Ifn be equalled Seabraeztt with Mr. F. 0\. nsley, assistant -
-- an-- --- anywhere
was fined $500/ or one year at hard labor. Much a Clubhouse as the above was manager: of the Breakers.Mr. 10--:0-

State of Florida vs. Willie Divls, col much needed In the winter season !to R. W., RlMctox, a former'1'tus- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND!

orerl. This man was charged with steal entertain Northern visitors us well as vole I merchant was In town yesterday en PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
ffl a, pailll r 1 ing fiB from Charley Floyd, un the night the residents of Daytona and surrounding route to New York to purchase his fall TITUSVILLE FLORIDA..

of July 29th. When this case was called country, and we wish It every success. and winter stock of clothing' tie stopped .
for trial and the prisoner was broughtInto .
over at Tltusvllle to see Ills
orange
LV court, his counsel, F. J.Webb was grove and other property. ,* INDIAN: RIVER ,ICE FACTORY.
agreeably surprised when Judge Penney A CONVICT CAPTURED. TITUSVILLE FLA.
ordered the prisoner to be discharged at -Mrs. C. F. Newlun, of Fulford, Fla., ,
Is to furnish Ice In Sacked
loose. attention
prepared any
quantity- or Special
the On Monday Stb about arrived In Tltnsville on the Sanford
same time telling the defendant August paid sacking for Yachts for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
"""- there was not enough evidence to fasten :2 o'clock p. m. Will Gross a colored train on Sunday wltlt a sick baby. Dr. T. T. WJfiTMORK. Proprietor.

Fine Liquors Wines, Beers the crime on him. The prisoner was at convict, working at the turpentine campof B. R. Wilson summonsed to attend _.'
Ales Stout Eta.E once discharged. D. W. Monroe & Co., near Sharper the child and the mother 'and child left

E, J3T-Send me your order.I Stale of Florida vs James Taylor colored made a bold break for liberty.> Various for their home on the southbound train TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANK

TITUSVtLLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. who was charged with carrying rumor. were circulated as to his whereabouts that afternoon. They had been on .a ,
concealed weapon. '1'bejury found the but at last he was seen In colored 'visit to relatives In Sanford.

k prisoner not guilty. O. A. Frost, de. town. Cocoa, and Sheriff Brown was sent --Mrs. A D. and .Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Penney
daughter
,
I fended. He was soon ou his way to Cocoa but u. ... ___ ,
Miss J.iome, left on Wednesday, Tor
Job Printing. all of the k
trace
escaped convict lost.
State of Florida vs Fred Steller, who was Fort Pierce on a month's visit with Mrs 4
pleaded not guilty to the charge of 111 Sheriff Brown then sent to Tltusvllle Penney's mother, Mrs W. N.lIendr,. Vitrified Paving and 'Sidewalk' Brick.....
,
for
1 Do not the fact that his blood hound and: although there ".
forget at the AD- treating his daughter Viola, aged seven The Judge, declining to keep 'bachelor's
TOOATK office Tit UIV 11 Ie', we do job years, at Eau Gallle., The Jury broughtIn was several tracks, the dog soon found hall," Is now numbered among. the Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville. Florida. Telephone No. 29%,
printing of all kinds neatly,cheaply and a verdict of guilty and Judge Penney the negro's trail-although made In the "star" boarders at the Sembler Cottage I
sand about J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager
seven hours previously-and
j expedltlously. Letterheads Noteheads, fined him 9100 and coats or six months Tltusvllle.
Billheads, Envelopes, Tags and all otherkinds. hard labor. O. A. Frost defended. "ran his quarry to earth.-'.' It Is Raid to -Our job printing department has ------ -- ---- -- -. .- ---- ---------------n- --I
have been a tine piece of work-on the I IA
State of Florida vs James colored been running on full time of late. The The Oldest Kittabllahed Grain and Seed House In the State II
Taylor, d I
part of the dog and Shun t! Brown .
: charged with using threatening rush is now over, and we are again readyto
language to Ed. Rudtcll. The defendant fill all orders with promptness. We
A PLEASANT SOCIAL.Miss Wm.: A: Sours 00.
r' was found not guilty. G. A. Frost appreciate the support given this office ,
if William Hindlc defended. The above James Taylor, was by our merchants, and it will be duly remembered. .,
Mary Carrutbers, of Lemon St.
,
tried In this court and acquitted charged "One good turn deserves GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON wltli concealed gave-a very enjoyable party to about another." ,
carrying weapon, Rudl-
twenty friends on Friday evening last.
WORKER. cll being the prosecuting witness. Vocal and instrumental music and. the Flour, Grits. Meal and Fertilizers

Plumbing, Pump Work Pipe Fitting. State of Florida Richard Head, who games of "Postoffioe Changes," "Spin ARE YOU LOOKING., Cs wUtsj 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE.
hMIM 1 > GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE pleaded not guilty to the charge 'of the Plate," "Kill the Snake," "plap
assaulting his wife with a pistol and Them Out and Clap Them In," were Ants, for Purina Feed. Warehonium on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
i TANKS MADE TO ORDER. maobette. The ...FOR BUSINESS ?
jury brought In a verdict among the amusements that pleasantly -- -- ---- -------------- -- -
Your Patronage Is Solicited. of not guilty. The prisoner defend. w hi led away the time until nearly mid

COCOA, FLA. ed himself. I. night If you are. then ADVERTISE In the r........... .-..en: no: nil:au i. B3i.I.:: iu gar m*as$

There being no more oases the court Ice cream and cake were plentifully EAST COAST ADVOCATE, one of the moat
adjourned supplied and done justice to all SEDJX: : >S FOR I'bLL.
on Thursday morning. by present widely circulated paper In this state I s
Stanley itching who voted the social
a very enjoyable -
Your
money outlay will be small, but .

-Dealer In- CHURCH NOTICES. to Miss one throughout Csrruthers and fer tenderedthanks the delightful; your trade will] be \terlallylocrea8ed.. I Turnips-and Rata Bag*. .

FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY One of Jacksonville's I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.
CIGARS
In which she prominent met
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold manner entertained her l Cabbage best .
varieties
for
Tobacco, ripe". Candles China chants recently wrote "We Florida. Brans.
Fancy divine service, on Sunday next in !guests as : !inserted
'aud Temperance Drinks. St. Seed Potatoes-for fill, N>. 4 Rose and Triumph.
Gabriel's church Tltusvllle at 11 our ad. in your paper for three months; "
.
The. following brands of cigars delivered a. m. A BIG PICNIC. .1 Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
at $:J.23 per box of (SO: and at 7HOp. m. as a trial. It has already done rood, so

s Hnmboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, There will be preaching In the Methodist The good people of LaGrange and please Insert the ad. for another nine I L. OdML11 ON" iSooc3.sxka.eixa.: ,

Cremo Cnbanas t'obalskl. church. Cocoa next Sunday at 11a. vicinity, propose to give a picnic In the months." t 14 East Bay St..' Jacksonville Fla.a .
t l1 J Flinch Cards,50o.; Hand' :Made Palmetto m. and 7:30: p, m.; by the pastor; and pine !grove near the church at LaGrange That Is how live, up-to-date merchants I

.J lh Ilats. .2. 0. on Monday, August 15th, at 7 :I'M: p. m., on Wednesday AugtHth, to Uncle Tom speak of the ADVOCATE as an advertising a 'rf1l Ity.ee. alnIJ. 1rs i ej -a i*
fh STUART FLORIDA by the Rev. F. Pasco D. D., presiding Johnson and his good wife, It being the medium. ..

elder of the East Coast district. All are 40th anniversary of their wedding All -- -- -- -- .
----- --- --- --- -- -
f Bobbins & Graham Co. cordially Invited tt be present. old friends, and also new ones, are cordially I ---- ---- ------- r
Te T---
The Rev. Jf B. Hawk will preach In invited I to join with us. Din "

(IneornoratadlPAID -. R!... 1'11.111'. \r..tI\t"dl.t_.__ ...hnl'nh_, "Jr..... n."I._.. ner at 12: o'clock noon.BOUGHT 'GLOBEGASOLINE
-- --- ---- ------ -- .v.
UP CAPITAL $33,000.00.: Sunday Aug. 14th, at 11:30: a. m., and at ..
This company owns Melbourne at 7:30 p. m. A HOUSE. 'f I
a'' '"
-
ZiAN: Epworth League devotional meeting ... ;to ,
::c
S.
at each church 7 p. m. Topic: "ObeIng ,- Mr. W. S. Brannlng, cashier of the
i the Indian River Country; On the St. When Obedience Is Hard.1 Indian River State Bank Titusvllle, has :

a Lucle'RI'erj; at New River and on Bay bought the Harris cottage west of the ... '" .'

Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. KILLED BY A HORSE. F. E. C. Ry. station. It cootalo'a four MARINE ENGINES !
rooms and a kitchen and the grounds
Send for Land
List
F Mr. Geo. White, who has been i In Tltusvllle around the house are planted Ip various -
I Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. for the past two months with Mr. kinds of trees.DANCE. .fIJ t"' "...: ,

Wm. Illndle the tinner and plumber ... I
''t Hodgson Bros. received the sad news, on Sunday last, IN TITUSVILLE. .r:e: I

i of the death of his brother, Alfred that -
-
EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. afternoon at Fort Pierce. The usual Wednesday night danoe took ;; 8
Marine Railway. They were having a practice, preparatory place. ID the Opera house: and considering r

Oeneral.Merchants and Ship Chandlers. to a horse race, and Alfred White,a the warm night It was well attended. THE S. B. HUBBARD CO. !
13 old Dancers "tripped the light fantastic"
year boy was riding O. A. Power's
.Special Facilities.. horse, Wilbur when the horse shied, until nearly midnight, and all reportedan -..A.GEN"TsI J i;; I
for Hauling Out Storing and Repairing striking the boy's head against a tree, enjoyable evening. Ni .*
.
Yachts and Launches. killing him instantly Jacksonville.
_
-
7
Mention tae A ADVOOATB whoa writing. Mr. Geo. White 'left, Sunday night, Cleaning:-and )Ve stlnjf. Florida r*->

; joining his mother at Cocoa .where the All work done up-to-date. Call and d'fA/
ETOLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale. remains were laid to rest In the Cocoa Andrew Gibson
f me. the Parlor
see at
Cheap at this oce.I1 CO"WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICES. -
cemetery on Monday afternoon. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. v





,


-'

.-......"""- ,,::.... ."' .-.tI. .