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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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OL. 15. NO. 1. TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA FRIDAY: ATJCrUST 1OO.I. PRICE Co.

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. S. II. Happersett 8. B. Hubbard Ula Salo of Shoes I tc. -Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gardner left, Mommy.: T G, Ronald l. of Lotus; and AMONG THE HOTELS.

A Co'.. popular commercial traveler ar Monday morning via St. Johns river W. F. Ronald, of Goudall, arrived In c,

[And Topics. of General Interest. rived In town yesterday.Mr. We are now selling IIanan'a celebrated! route, for their sutnmet's outing town yesterday.Mrs. The AitvooATR Is now on file at all "

Oscar Stewart deputy clerk of patent leather shoe at $:.1.00() per pair; -Mr. C. II. Stewart a prominent resident A. W Goodwin of Miami, arrived the best hotels In New York city.

THE ADVOCATE the Circuit Court spent a couple of days usual price $0.00. We have them in of Melbourne spent Sunday at In Tltusvllle on Wednesday, for a Where to atop along the East Coast

41.50 per annum, In advance. or .RO at Bonaventure the first of the all sires and latoet style. Also- Douglass / Goodall where his family have touted a visit of several weeks with liar friend See list of hotels and boarding houses

Sl.OO six months '. week. shoes. cottage for the summer. Miss\ Pearl Stewart on 1st and 7th pages/ k'

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. We consignments of borne for Jacksonville .
} are receiving up- Before you leave
* -Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bnle who have Judge A. D. Penney returned Monday -Rev. Father (('nOvl, of Daytonn,
JIT" Reading notice ads are ten cents been to-date goods nearly every day and we I read! the hotel ads. on our 7t111 page
upending the pant week at Sea- after .a few days' visit with his was passenger on Tuoml.iv's south ,
line this
per on page.: want you to nail and examine them. ao that you may know where to stay,
breeze returned to their home In Titus- family, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. bound train, en rotito to Fort Pierce and
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE Our Mr. Kline Is In New York purchasing -
ville on Monday afternoon.Mrs. W. N. nt Fort Pierce. Intermediate points, Tha Somblor ' by the year it does not cost you $goods of the latest style and this Heudry .

. three cents per week postage Included. A. II. Woodall wife of the pop store will soon have one of the largest' -The East Coast Normal over, sod Oilando was represented In Tltus being gotten In first-class trim preparatory

TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on ular postmaster of OeLand accompanied stocks of up-to-date dry goods on the nearly all of the bright young teachers vlllo, yesterday by :'>("K"I'II. I.. G. Star. to the arrival of winter guests. {

[ sale at the following news-stands, at five" by her daughter and Miss Bertha Reeves, I East Coast to select from. have returned to their respective homell.I brack, I.. C. Msssoy J. W. {Cain J. M. : "Unole! Andy" has a force of painters at
1 cents per copy : I work, painting the dining 1'oom hall, kboilrooms
Tltusvllle-Red Cross Pharmacy. are among the guests of the Seaside Inn, JULIUS KLINK The majority of thorn made pleasant Cliouey, J. T. llammond,1'. R. lluynos, bathroom etc., and he says

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. Goodall. Tltusvllle, Fla. calls at the ADVOCATE office, during the A. W. C. Smith and O. B. Kloyd.l
lut ,Is determined! to have things at the.

Note date of expiration printed upon -Mr. Geo. F. Miles\[ general managerof time they were In town. -apt.) "Herman Fischer, of I Fort Sembler Cottage strictly up-to-date and

[your paper or wrapper every week. This the F. C. L. C. A T. Co., has been -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hlndle and family -Mr. Geo. White made a brief visit Myers, who has been spending\ a few will make. It one of tho best boardinghouses

j I is for a us receipt to send for receipt your money.for subscription.No needI quite 111 In Alicia hospital St. Augustine of Cocoa who rented Captain J. O. to his parents home In Cooort. on Saturday days In town with his parents, Capt. and on the East Coast.

[ The date gives it to you. but we are 'pleased to note ho is Walton's furnished cottage In South Tltusvllle leturnlnif on Sunday. George will Mis. C. )'. Fischer, left for Cocoa yesterday The Hotel Continental at Atlantic

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red much better.Mr. for three months, returned home remain In Tltusvllle permanently to on n visit to his sister. Mrs. 1)1 xon. Bench, 'Fla., was closed after breakfast ill

| Cross Pharmacy Titusvillo.s: J. Wellhouso,prominently Ident- this week.C. take charge of Mr. Wm. lllndle's new -Mr. L. M. Uowdon! of Elba: Ala., arrived on Wixliiesday, the 17th Instant and

ified with the United Paper Co. of Atlanta W. Peters representing the Florida tinning and plumbing shop. )
-Mrs. M. S. Jones Jr., of Quay has In town on Thursday evening, Mtnager/ W S, Kenney has remained at .
been enjoying a visit with her sinter, : was in town a short while on State College, at Tallahassee has -Mr. Walter Peters, representing the being called here on account of the Illness the beach to bring the affairs of the sos 1

Mrs. Jos. P. Brown of Tltusvllle.I Tuesday on route t'u Cocoa and places been stopping at the Seaside Inn, while Florida Stale! College, Tul1almsso, was of his ..nn. !Mr. H. A, ltowd, night son to a 011, 0. The Continental was 31

on Merritt's Island. .soliciting the Halifax country for pupils a pleasant caller at this office on Wed dispatcher nt this point. At this writ. opened on Juno ,Ith, hence the season + *.
WHITE BERMUDA UNIon for his school In which he was quite I.
I RED AND -Mr. W. J. Crayford retained here, nesday. lIe was on his way .south a* log Mr. Ilowden I Is slightly Improved. wile a short one. Manager Kenney who

Sets. $..W per bushel Monday from Ohio and left for his successful. He feft.on Saturday: last to tar as Miami and Key West In the Interests l Ur E. E. Rollins U attending him. was very popular at the hotel, will spend f

i 24-8t Crenshaw Bros., Tampa Fla. homestead at Canaveral the next day. tour the East Coast: of the Above college which Is RKD AND WHITK BERMUDA: : ONIon the balance of the summer In the White

-Captain J. O. Walton has bad the lie left his wife and children at Cincinnati -Mr. T. S. Sanders Mrs. Chas. O. said to be one of the best In Florida. :Sets. *4 60 per bushel !Mountains, N. II., until the winter season

; fence situated on the south side of his for the present. Blyth and son, Miss Jessie C. Sanders, Flo.Wo opens at the Inn, Ormond.
-The guests of the Seaside Inn, Good- :I"t!e Crenshaw llros., Tampa,
( In Nettle Link and Master J. Johnson
, cottage in South Titusvllle placed I -Attorney Wm. Ilocker of Ocala Miss all, were agreeably entertained by both of The I Inside Inn, the biff hotel within
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acknowledge receipt
I,good repair.Mr. son of Judge J locker, accompanied by came up from Indlauola Wednesday, by vocal and instrumental muslo on Sunday samples of birch bark from !Mr. J. the World's" Fair grounds St. Louis, '
and returned the night.Miss pretty
Edwin Kirby assistant post- his wife and little daughter has been at launch same evening last by :Mrs. Wm. hooker used the following for Its guests during

|master at Palatka accompanied by his the Seaside Inn, Goodall for the past Llsk Is a guest.of Miss Sanders and of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Stewart I J. White, one of Rookledge's the prominent the month of June: 2 :JIUO) egg., '1'.0011I '
Is
who spending summer,
[wife, spent the past week at the Seaside two or three weeks hails from Ocala; while Mrs. Blyth'ahome owners of the Seaside Inn, Goodall ; and I residents with his wife, In Frankfort Mich. In I pounds of fresh meat, :117,000 pounds of

Finn-returning to their home on Wed- -Mr. C. F. Hopkins of St. Augustine : Is In Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. II. Stewart of Melbourne another column will bo found.a 1 letter smoked meat, 17,100( pounds>> of poultry, 1<''

,> nesday. NEW CROP CREOLE ONION' SEED 37'H1: quarts of milk 8,1)70 quarts of
was a pasaengeron Monday's southboundtrain from Mr. White, which was very clearly

-There will\ be a meeting of Indian on his way to his pineapple plantation 24-8t Cienshaw Bros., Tampa Fla. THE NOVELTY STORK:, Tltusvllle, written upon.a piece of blroh bark. cream 311 I bsrrulls of Hour, 2.1110 bushelsof

River Lodge No. 00, F. & A. M.. this I at Eldred. He is about to plant Charles T. McCoy, of this city ratrles a nice line of novelties stationery potatoes 0,00(1() pounds of butter 6.01roun.11I -&
-Mr. and Mrs. Henry M, Flagler, says ) 10,200<> ,:
there will be of coffee 45,000 pies,
when
(Friday) evening 30,000 more pines, making him a total of Is having a tine barn built on his place pictures, fancy dishes, candles, have arrived ,
of Bretton Woods
work to do. A full attendance of members 10 acres planted. under the supervision and direction of toys, etc. /Rand 10 cent counters. [1-12 the Bugle quarts of Ice cream and :240.0OO roll.
and visiting brethren is requested.Miss and .ut the Mount Washington, hotel N. Them are thirty cooks In the kitchen
1 Harry Wilson and wife of Titusville, the competent contractor builder -Mr. J. Edward Allen of Jacksonville H. ; also President Elliott of the Atlantic aDllt 150) assistants.

Hattie Carpenter of Cocoanut accompanied by Mrs. Wilson's mother, W. L. pose, of this city. The barn Is21x30 who arrived In Tltusvllle on the Coast Line n)'., with his family ; and

, Grove assistant to Prof. John D. Teeter, Mrs. J. S. Stewart spent from Saturday feet and thoroughly up-to-date In 10:8(1: ( p. m. train on Tuesday night to Major Dooley, of the S. A. I.. ICy, with ANCIENT ENGLISH INNS.

of the East Coast Normal just closed until Monday as guests of the Seaside Us appointment Capt. Chas.: Fulton see Senator Wilkinson Call, was, neat bis wife. They are III0RIIOf the hotel -

left Titusville Sunday last for l'Palatka Inn. Mr. Wilson was at one time foreman Is doing the painting.Mr. morning, surprised to learn that thd for the .season. Round and about London I\nliita ev.relrten.linlf

where she has gone to capture a State of The Journal and'now holds a B. F. Treat a prominent resl- Senator had left for Jacksonville on the suburbs there still be
-Mrs. Cromwell Gibbons, Miss Juliet may ,
teacher's certificate.Mr. like position on the'1'1 tusv 11IA ADVOCATE. dent of Norfolk Va., arrived at the 3:12: a. m. train. Mr. Allan Is Senator. Inns and taverns of and
Gibbons and Master Cromwell Gibbons, seen great age i
E. R. Johnson the contractor, ,. -Daytona Journal. Sembler cottage with his wife, on Sunday Call's attorney, I of Jacksonville will IIen,11month or Interesting associations.

who i Is building ,the Carlton hotel at -Mrs. J. Sondergaard of Perth Am. and left Tuesday for Eau Gallie, "What Is a borne without. newspaper so at New Smyrna, the guests of Senator The Angel Inn, Hlghgata Hill, London' rl

Melbourne spent Sunday at Ooodall boy N. J., formerly well known In TI.tusvllle where he has built a winter home. Like !?" asked an exchange, to which an- and Mrs. Frank Same They will. In dates back to the time of the reformation.,

the guest of the Seaside Inn. He returned as Miss Lassen U on her way most of the new-comers to Indian River, other replied : "It Is a place where old October pay a visit to New York, In Originally It won called theHaluUtlon:

to Melbourne Sunday night to home from a pleasant visit with her Mr. Treat called at the ADVOCATK office bats are stuffed In the windows; where company with Mr. Gibbons one of the Inn It Is built entirely of wood.

attend to to the finishing touches on this patents in Denmark. :Mr. and Mrs.SondergSjard and added his name to our fast-Increas. the wife looks like a. bag of old wool prominent lawyers ot the metropolis of Another famous Inn Is the Bald Faced

hotel. ,; expect to reach Florida In ing subscription list. with a string tied around her; where the Florida. stag at Kdgware. Nobody knows when f fIt

ICE CREAM November to spend the winter with -Mr. Chas, M Heubltn" general agentof ; husband has a tobacco>> panorama printedon WHEN: YOU WISH TO DRIVE call, was originally built and It would seem

Every Wednesday and Saturday at the Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson of South Tltusvllle. the New York Life Insurance Co., his shirt front and the neglected/ the Tltusvllle Livery at rear ofJtobbin. a. though each successive proprietor has

Red Cross Pharmacy Titusville.Mr. i was In town a couple of days or so this children are Indeed forlorn-looking upon .' law office, for a stylish up-, andevoured to place his murk on It. ,

week. Tuesday night ha was sailing on creatures." architectural aspect for many parts of It
F. Robinson of :MALLORY LINE TICKET FOR SALE I Leave order for
-: M. Sanford'i 0. f to-data rig. ; your
Indian River with a of friends. I have evidently at different times been
law agent for Florida, for the Fernandina to New York and Return, party =The many friends of Archdeacon 11. all kinds of double and single hauling.
Mrs. Heublln Is north cruising with the rebuilt. In the stables It Is alleged,
Life Insurance Co., returned to his home First-Class. Cheap. Apply at the F. Brown of Tltusvllle, will regret to Fend and sale stable a specialty. d
York and Hartford Yacht Clubs. as Dick Turpln had his horse's shoes turned,
New
after some weeks pleasantly spent at the ADVOCATE office Tltusvllle. i learn that he will soon leave us-his extensive J. M. O"IIAX, Tltusvllle Fla.l.Henator .
the guest of Commodore Heublln of the so ns to make bis pursuers Imagine he k
Goodall. lie was accom- work being rather too>> arduous
Seaside Inn
-Col. Robt. W. Davis Is still at Daytona Hartford Yacht Cluband other relative, -} Wilkinson Call, one of had gone In an opposite direction.
panied by :Mrs. Robinson and Mr*. M J. for a man of his years, and, coupled with i
I Beach enjoying the fine fishing but she Is expect:'] In Jacksonville a the principal movers In the Ortega Park Among the very oldest of suburban
Robinson remaining at Mrs. Brown's falling health makes a '
French-Mra. from Keatlng's pUr. He now has his day or HO.Mr. scheme Jacksonville arrived In Titus* London Inns are the Plough. at Kings-
thoroughly test change from a circuit most desirable.
the seashore to more son and wife and little daughter with vllls on Tuesday!> to appear before Judge bury Green, and the King James and

the effect of seabathing on her health. him, and the Colonel and his good wife G. F. Duren left Tltusvllle on The Archdeacon and wife have bought M. S. Jones In connection with the Jacksonville Tinker Inn, at Enfold, near London.

J. Arlington these hot months Tuesday morning, for Chester. Shoals to a home at Orlando where they will reside land of Gauldon Call. be 8.V old
-Mrs. Gilbert and son, Mr. are enjoying Immensely. \ case vs The first is said to years ,
Gilbert large property owners at ; They will leave for home about the spend a few days with his friend Capt. permanently, and Mr.\ Drown will Senator Call asked fur more time ty file and the Utter was reputed to have been
In the cathedral The
assist work.
Ean Gallie, whe have been spending the 1st prox., as the Colonel says be "will Orlando Quarterman. Mr. Duren expects other papers which lie was to send to first built s* anion, under another name,
Archdeacon will be 74& old In October
summer at Odessa N. Y., write us that leave a few fish for seed." to return home on Saturday accompanied years Tltusvltla at once. Judge Gauldan Is IK)2/ years sgo. Its present name Is derived
by his wife who has been next, and In May last, completed,
they will, about the end of September meeting b a Senator's avery move. from an encounter which King
President Ingalls the wholesouledand his S.ird: year of continuous work In thftministrY'
the two three weeks at
leave on a pleasure trip to Dayton Cincinnati spending past or James I. Is said to have bad with* E
genial chief of the Cleveland, Cincinnati .
Columbus Louisville and the Chester Shoals. During their absence --_ Fnrnlfthed Cottage For Rent, tinker at the door of the Inn. Th. R
Chicago & St. Louis Railway
World's Fair. From St. Louis they will who with, his made down Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Feaster are occupying For Sale or Kent on tinker's conversation so pleased the king
family a trip
where they expect their house and Mr. Feaster Is attending hat he made the mender of kettles "a
start for Eau Gallie the East Coast In their private car, as Indian lllver. Three neatly furnished cottages at ;
to arrive the first week In November to far as Palm Beach and Miami last winter to the duties of Duren's meat Eau faille Indian River, Fla., for rent knight with five hundred a year."-Lou-

spend the winter among their many In- will again be down the coming sea market __________? Poultry Plant for 1lN' bens and 10- at $100.00 each for the winter season. don mall.Assist. ____________?
dian River friends. By the ad. on this Southern room completely Furnl.hed Cottage They contain four rooms each; stand
son. Mr. W. F. Greaves, general
Hotel Clerk
FURNITUREDRY Manager or ,
page it will be seen that Mr. Gilbert freight agent of the above road, who near four large/ hotels. Good Fall trade. high from the ground and command a> -

has three winter cottages to rent. has many friends on the East Coast, ac- GOODS *:.lon.OO) per year. beautiful view of Indian River. Floe With excellent references wand sposition
2l-5t Hi.A IK, Merritt Fla.
location and congenial society. Rare
companied President Ingalls last winter. South for the winter. Wife as
HIIOES.CHAS. .
This May Suit You. I chance. For further particulars, addressJ. office assistant. Both
housekeeper or
To ,
Orange Grower
Cottage for Sale .' A. GAUDSKK: TltiisvlIIe. Fla. A. OiLBBUT, excellent typists. Address. until Sept.
In consquence of the owner's Inabilityto tf Odessa, N. Y

return to Florida, the undersignedoffers Seven room cottage, completely furnished Under our plan we can save you moneyon 15tb G. KwKltsot: Bo DOB:,

for sale, at a bargain his brother's facing Indian River, near Rock. for Kent. your CITRUS TRKES: : with the best '" Protwrty[ur H"I e. The Blynman

orange grove of 150 ;young, bearing: ledge $200 for season. reputation behind them, an a guarantee ji-5t Magnolia, Mass.

orange and grapefruit trees, and a two- BLAIR, Merritt Fla. Four room cottage (all conveniences) of their being tree to name, op to size, each
l-6t Two nice adjoining
story frame house; including five acres to white couple. Poultry plant for l.OOu and clean, healthy and well rooted. cottages with acre Hole Jtent.
other North Tltusvllle, an
of the finest vegetable land on Merrill's fowls. All for t 2>0 per year. Oar trees are grown on high pine
Stoves and Jtanges. of hammock and five acres. of rich muck -
Island Indian River Fla., and two good 1-flt/ BLAIR, Merritt Fla. land, and are suitable for transplanting and suitable for truck farm. Good Widow will sell, on account. of death
wells. Will sell cheap. Write to Into any kind of soli. We have over ,
J. A. GILBERT, Just received, a carload of O. K. Tu World Fair Visitor 100,1)00) bods In stock, and will\ give youa river front. The larger cottage has three completely furnished 10-room cottage, I
Is time and a servant's room near Rockledge. Write for particulars.l ,
Stoves and Ranges. Now your liberal discount orders for fall steeping rooms upstairs
Odessa N. Y. on
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B Fla.
: to buy For prices, etc., apply to Seeking accommodations, Altamont planting. There Is nothing so /good l as ; und a parlor sitting room dining Jt Box: Merritt

A Sox. !SflO) feet west and kltchlnx below. The adjoin-
Grove For Sale, JAMES: PBITCHABD Heights Tenting grounds, our CONNER'S PUOLIFH GRAPE room
Orange Tltnsville Fla. of World's Fair entrance, offers an Ideal FRUIT. log cottage has two sleeping room. and Announcement.

near all steam and elec- servant's room In second story, and -
stopping place; Write for New Catalogue which
miles of Titusville and a oar
Within four delightfully shaded elevation, sitting room, dining room and kltcblng Important business calling; me to Ohio,
station 10 acres of Drajrlntr.Draylog tric cars, will be ready for delivery early In June.TIIK .
half mile of MIms ;
cisterns both I obliged to postpone my trip down
brick to am
nice 7-Room no dost,no noise, relish able meals served OCKLAWAHA: NtfKsriiir: below. Large
Bearing Orange Grove; clean beds In house and tents, bODse.. Adapted for *. nice winter the East Coast, a* announced la Jas.week' .
shell public road to Tltusvllle. or hauling of all i lade promptly good ((0. W. Conner, Proprietor) Den'tos
Cottage until
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ADVOCATE
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parties can ba accommodated. lome. ,
attended to. Meets all trains Store large tf Tangerine. Fla.
A real snap. Geo. M. ROBBIX return which will be early In November -
wood for sale at all Urn... Holden A; Co., financial Agents, 1922 I Apply to my
D. L. GACLDE. Agent,
Apply to Do subscribe 1 Tltasvllle Flit. F. U.1I0UOHTOf. +
tf Tltnsville l"1a..or. E. H. HOLTKJT Tltnsville. Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo. M-6t yon for the ADYOCACT ,



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The Immigrant: who lands in New GENERAL DIRECTORY.

Free and himself and deprivation and suffering A Tale of Two Centuries. la the Matrimonial Market. York Is surprised to find how hard It -
Tbe pendulum of tbe ages swings U.8. 8E\
Masons. to his family. Those wonderful Jape.Whether! In and assistance on any ATORS.
:i Accepted is to get advice
P.TallmJerro ..
"I believe in marriage and would like by centurteit. J. .. ,
i ri martial or matrimonial affairs, they subject: except that of how to vote. 8. R. Mallory. .. ... .. .. .J""k."nnll" ,I'el .
to see every man and woman mated In We have swept outward to the end ..
U. B. CO ORE88'J"I.
are worth studying. The praise of the ; ::: .
a congenial companionship for life but 1 of the arc and are ready to begin the Robert W. Uavls.... .. .. .. .
i, Indian No. 90 am opposed to early and thoughtless return. geisha girl has been sung the world It may be observed that tbe man 8. M.Sparknmn,..... ........... i'uatta I

j H marriages. around. But It seems that she Is not with whiskers eleven feet long who Wm. B. Lamar. Molejo./
At tbe end of euch hundred yearn U a ''
? River Titunllle.Lodge. "I when I married the only portion of female Japan thais be exhibition at tbe St. Louis U. 8. LANo OFFICE.H. !:.
walt thirty-eight time to balance nccouutx.It will on 8. Chubb... .. ...... .. ... ,
nrFlorida.. and my wife wall twelve ;years. w7; Is reckon the worthy of note. for example there fair Isn't noted for anything else. W. O. Robinson.. kr Ito."1,"".
a time when men up 0*
junior. We are happy and contentedwith Is the widow. The widow of any Ottlcei at Gainesville, Flwi.ta 1 u'
second and fourth Frlay
Holds Its meeting the ask them-
and
movements of tile FLORIDA
of each month a* their room, Indian WYer our lot and have four children punt ctlme has a charm of her own, but the The essential trouble with Ruesla'smilitary LEI18LATt'RE
Hotel Titus tile at 7 OO o'clock p. m. selves. What of the future R. N. DlraloU, Palm Be&(1b... .. ,,
and
three girls one bo11 vigorousand ,
widow of Japan lea dream and the IH thnt the Japanese refuse W. H.Jones Tituevllle..... nell..ental", '"
Mater plans
T, H. Hat.ders, Worshlnful and mentally. The nineteenth century accomplished '.
physically
healthy
,; F.A. Morgan Senior Warden. best of it is that abe Is a dream that !live to them EXECUTIVE DEPART:i1Ert'1
t M.S. Sam,Junior Warden. Hence my reasons for advocating a' much yet It wu but an earnest of to up) Wm. Jennings;... I,
U J. M. Dixon Traanurer. mature before marriage" the comes true. H.CI.y CrawCOrd....... ......BcJcretan neloor" '
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J. K. Walker. Secretary age what will be accomplished by V. Knott .. .... :9u1.
All of these things the world already California Prime Wafers.Are W. h4raxunr., ,
: : )4leckLheplaln.. Whl.t.n..eld
/ J.n. twentieth.In James H. .... ... Atu/niry.rnnera
r.M. Taylor Senior Deacon.R. knew. But here is a delightful pieceof made from the fresh California W. N.8heate.. .. .......8upt. + ) ; '
E. Mlins, Junior Deacon. HOLLAND'S AIRSHIP. tbe past hundred year the progress B. E.MoL.ln. ...Cuiumiiuiouoi. hUUChun
C H. Walton Senior Steward.A. mid material. In femininity from the Flowery KIng- fruit used all over the land to cool and Alon.o C. Croom....... .. .. (Agrlcuhu!Un .,
Individual
A. Stewart, Junior. Bteward.' .."'..'0. of .om.rlno Bo Bell.veU was dom that has 'Just come to light Tbe refresh the stomach and Intestines, and J.Clifford R. Fo.ter.AdnflSh) ./,andler en'raI
p. W.Itmierla'ryler.F. tIle next hundred yearn It will be social John Bradford... ......Surrey) ,..cen'raI'R.E. ; ,
.M.: Wooten.Marshal. use Solved Aerial Problem. marriageable ones--maiden or widow to keep the bowels active. The most hose,.:>*., State c'helDllI'

John Holland the inventor- tbe and nplrltUH.1. as the case may be-let the fact be take these wafeib for Offices at Tallahassee, Florid
In the former It was toward political del'oate invalid can SUPREME COURT JUIHJtfc
OF EASTERN UTAH.FrlendHhlp .
ORDER submarine boat la now having builtat their
the latter it will be toward known In the way they wear constipation, Indigestion and all liver M. H. Mabry............ ... ('Ii.( i,
I: Chapter No. II,hold lt. meeting a shop In Jersey City a machine liberty. In hair. Think of the convenience ef It! F. B. Carter.... ....... ... _. AiHocUti" ru hunts
'h In the Masonic. Ixidxe room, Tltusvllle' on the which the Inventor believes not only Industrial liberty. and bowel troubles, without fear of grip HF.Taylor.a.. ... .... .. "lce
f' hat and third Tnemlay' In each. month t7WI::/ A man there need not be lost In following ing 01' pain. They set gently but surely "
1 ?h(1 Chapter following| are the officers of tbe will solve the problem of aerial flight The nineteenth! century was prolific a blind lead. stimulate digestion and hasten the passage RAILROAD COMMISSION: )

i but will enable a man to navigate the Jefferson' II. Browns, ohalrman,.
In discoveries In the rwiliii of physical Kej '
Mrs.M. A. Borlmgeour W. M. 'Idow.-of whom there will soon and absorption of food refreshingthe R. Hudson Burr........ .... .,.. ...l-mit. River wet
d r. A. Moriran W. P. air with much more ease and safety science. The twentieth century will increased whole body. 100 wafers 25 cents. J.M. Bryan.. .... .. hi'..lnimS,
," Miss ZanU"l'Itewart. Annoclate M.Mrt than be can ride a bicycle says the be !In the discoveries In mental.den'e. unfortunately<< be a greatly Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle, Fla. R. C. Dunn, clerk '" ... MitilltZ
prolific
.
H. R. Wilson and offices atTallalmiwee
{ y Secretary New York Times. number-cut their hair short and combIt Headquarter* Fit
f John M. Dixon Treamirer.MIHS .
.
which Hen behind the physical.The
Kate Stewart CondiictrsiM, This Invention la the outgrowth of back plainly without a parting unless r CIRCUIT COURT. I
Mrs.J. Kline, Associate Con. nineteenth century saw the extension Minor 8.Jones Tltnuvllle,..... Circuit I
;; f Mrs.J. R. Walker Ruth. many attempts by Mr. Holland In past Indeed they are prepared to accept LIVERTROUBLES J. U. IteKff; Orlando, .Prmecutinir 1\.111\\ : ,.
i ie Mrs.(Jeo. W. Smile, A .J. L. Carmthers, Martha. the world., The twentieth Fall rer.n-Fourtb Monday Outlier,
Mrs.(too. M. Robliln, farther.t Slight Back in the sixties before be century give a broad hint of their inclinationsby

t j i Mrs. B. A.Morgan, Marshal. contemplated the construction of a sub will nee the extension: of religion and their ,hair round a long BREVARD COVMY C<.t.'U'r
Miss Aleph Mime, Elnota.v. twisting .. ....... ...
1 t A.D. Penney. Couniy Jndn,
model! civilization.
be hla first !
marine built
craft
r n H. Walton. Warder shell hairpin placed horizontally across D. L.Oaulden..... .ProtecutliiK Attnrnn
qI' Mn.T. T. Wetmore Sentinel. of a flying machine and this was fob The nineteenth century was) remarkable A. A. Stewart..... ... .... County U;l.i
of the head. Marriageable
J. L.Carrutbers.Chaplain.iefSg5H; the back
Spring 1'erm-800ond Monday" In :
lowed several 1 other but al May
by models
for the of and
growth many strong "I Term-Second
maidens distinguish and. as It were, find Th.dford'Black-Draught Summer Mnniliiy In AIIKII'
of them were abandoned because. In splendid states. The twentieth century food medicine for llrer dl........ Fall Term-Second Monday Nm""h.r,
1 i' 6i the Inventor's designed advertise themselves by combing their It cored my 'o. after h. bad spent Winter Term-Second Monday In February
opinion they were will be remarkable In that It will witness 1100 with doctors. Itliall themedIdne -
i AIJJr1( onI on an erroneous principle. locks high in front and arranging themin I Uk."-MRS. CANOLINH COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

I The airship now approaching completion a federation of the nations-a republic the form of a butterfly-which Is MARTIN Parkeriourf, W. Va. R. E. Mlms, Superintendent.llonnvemna! .
of the world. Members: J. M.Dixon chalrmsnTltnevllle'
Ne'lIl\ is Intended to carry one person something to be caught-or a fan hall !If your liver does not act reg- R.N. Andrew, Cocoa) J. K Jrulu.Spruceblul!'
|V5INESS. The nineteenth century struck tbe ularly : to your Irmrjrict and
The material used /is the finest alumin open and adorning these significant designs po COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.:

I U .lum. The wires are steel and as light shackles from the black chattel nhive. with bright colored bails and gold secure a package and of take Tbeclford'BBlackDraught dose J. R. Walker, chairman, Tltusvllle, John P.

The twentieth ) unbind the a Mlot, Indlanola; R. A. Conkllng, Tinman,M,
yell
? as the strain them will permitThe century
,, r : upon or sliver cord. Speaking generally, the tonight. This great family C.June, Quay; 1. F. Hell White City Reta\u\
whole contrivance weighs exactly limbs of the white wage slave.In dressing of the hair which is changed medicine frees the constipated sessions are held ant Monday in each IIUUHD

AX once tweaty-alx pound too nineteenth! century competition at interval from childhood upward la bowels vtiri up the torpid liver BREVARD COUNTY OKFIflRS.

-1filll\\! The driving power will be purely brought about Its most splendid Indication of the and positionof and causes a healthy secretionof A. D. Penney,Tltu Tllle;..... Count) luiln.,,
Mr. Holland thai an age bile. D. L. l1au"l.n. Tltuivllle;. 1'ros AUI,
muscular contending
results and reached Its logical end by the simple minded and fascinating Thedford's Black A.A. Stewart. Tltnsville.. .. .Courtyriert
man has enough physical energy to Itself. the Draught J. K. Wooten Coooa. ... .. .... Tax A........
destroying In twentieth century will cleanse the bowels of impurities Titut.vtlle! ... .. .
propel himself through the air under female Jap. E. W. Hall. ,.. Tax (iilleciot
Z =- C will be ushered in the era of co- and strengthen the kid John Henry, Tltllsvll .,... '" Treimtw.'
i ()AUJ... proper conditions at the rate of forty to While praising the soldiers and sailors A torpid liver invites R. K. Minis, Honaventure.. Rapt| 1'uli, Inn.,

(' ri QrNaasarsavatA card. Ufty miles an hour. On either side ot operation.In that are busy reducing the Inflation cods, biliouHiiefli chills and J. O. Fries, TlnravilleConntySurvemr.'
r. the nineteenth Christianity J.P. Jirown. Tllnsvllle. ..... Hlivrll
the machine!' there will be a set ol century of the Russian ego let us not forget fever and all manner! of "icknes W. 8. Norwood, Tltueville..Ref tratlim"UlcerTITU8VILLE

wings ten feet In length operated: by was carried to'th so called heathen the dainty femininity of the Island empire and contagion. Weak kidneys TOWN COUM I'IL

four wheels and these wings will be world., In the twentieth century the who are considerate enough to let result in Bright'i: disease n.A. Front mayor! Van Worley lII.rohll l juui
.which claims as many victims tax collnotort R. L.: Mmls, jr., clerk And trees
and
moved up and down and otherwise controlled true higher Christianity will be
l a 30Jt4.t. a man know when they are in the mat
as consumption. A 25-cent urer; John Henry tax mMeiunr; J. It Walker
i .% .ui.. +imc.t + at the will of the driver. taught to the Christian as well as to'' rimonial market nnckaff of Thedford's BlockDrauplit Carruthers.F.Morgan'!; cuuncilinen, L. :A.llrady. Tile 1'. J.cnunull Hell end", IIIMU.1.1.

the heathen world. should always be kept .
.t Brut Tuesday In each month.TITUSVILLE
j Koz hunt on e& London Vtsiire. The nineteenth century ran mad with A twelve pound New< Jersey fish recently in the house BOAR OF TRADE
A novel effect of stage realism will
extreme* -of riches and poverty of caught had In its stomach a "I HMO: Thedford's Black- G. )If. Robbins, |irenldent; ,I. M Dixon. :tea*
be Introduced at the London
shortly Dranirbt for liver and .
culture and Ignorance, of high;. character I j watch stolen three years ago. Query; : plalut.lo and found k'dnty com- urBr..Y. O. Heat neoretary. Meet HH'OIKetl-
THE MARRIAGEABLE AGE Pavilion, says the London Chronicle. nothing .ac.l neaday night In each month at their' moim",
1 It is Intended to Introduce a fox: bunt and degeneracy; the twentieth Which la the greater miracle the fish blehead It.-WILLIAM, 111. OOFFIIUN. Mar.

on the stage with a whippet in full cry. century will see more equitable conditions swallowing the watch or' a man swallowing

an Irish terrier covered with a fox's an uplifting of the entire mass, a the story THEDfORD":56lACK :
3 at Twenty. akin, the effect of a chase being produced more general diffusion, of prosperity.

A four, Says Edwin Warfield. by the rolling track and to* The nineteenth! century was filled There are seven candidates for president

k scenery moving", In opposite directions with war; the twentieth century will : Roosevelt Parker Watson Swallow tl/

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finally usher! in a worldwide peace. Debs Corrigan and Scott There

4'' OWE SERVICE TO THEIR PARENTS EDUCATOR OF CADDIES. The nineteenth century was markedby will be six victims for the slaughter. DEEDS


th Rublirr Truiit lnn T....... Them From noisy! struggle and barbaric splendor D.... .. confl.dence. .
your ,
/ Link. to .'. ... For Ilnslncaa. the twentieth will be A St. Louis man wants a divorce because DRAUGhTFO
J.Trnor of Maryland Ad".... *!> ; century They h.v..nev.r
Charles II. Dale of the rubber trust marked by silent but his wife has not spoken to him .II.d-won't fall now.
more more systematic -
YOUBST Women Aitmlnmt ICnrlr Mari sold all .h......
hall sent two caddies of the l.arcbmoDtOolt effort and by, the cultivation for eleven years. That is not the com- by
i rlaurv. Mini WMII,. II U I>nu.ti.*.. 190. seed A"Daalpoatp.1.
( club U> n Now York business col- of the artistic and beautiful.In plaint of most men. tr.....
..'. .
Follow Their alut b.
to ) ICxnmylvnd
M
I ) loge says u Lurchiuout (N. V.) special a word the of the nineteenth D. M.FERRY et CG. u
progress
lienmln single Until They Are'weary.la. to; the New York Tlinen. Tile toys The discomforts of summer railway SHONEYADT R Detroit, MlalJ.
century was outward; the progrees
both of whom are Italians are Tony travel will now be doubled by the Importunities Cures Ooldai Prevents Pnnu i"tn'<
of the twentieth century will be
L Snntucol mid Kugene: tone of Harri' of the straw vote man.
Governor Iiltwln'ar el.t of Mary Inward. --
eon sixteen and seventeen old
'p land has caused a stir among femininity years A distinguished physician believes
w The centuries form the rounds on the
rl'Hpectlvt'IIr.! Dulo lieciiiuo aclualuted MISSING WORD CONTEST.
by stating that twenty-four la the with them at the golf club. ladder of advancement. that electricity will take the place of'

t proper age at which a girl should whisky as the nerve stimulant of the -
-
1 ,' They were BO bright and attentive that Humanity is about to make another -

I a marry says' a Baltimore dl ()lltch. lIe 10 soon became interested In them and step upward. future. It Is to be hoped that a real PRIZES offered for
j' mado the statement In addressing the
asked them If they did not want torepute Be not dismayed. The world grows lightning Jag; will show points of supe- 101
graduates of the high school at Wilmington -
> themselves for a biisliieau cucer. i better brighter happier.Be riority over the chain lightning variety the correct solution.
s i Del., recently, and soon afterward ,
.
. I, followed it up with the follow. not dismayed. Our side may lose -
.
Both of tbe lads were anxious to advance When his
an employee keeps eye on
( ing remarks: In a factional struggle. It la but an
themselves": but at lint they heatatrd Tropical Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great health
the clock. It U nn Invitation to his employer
3 !'tIy advice to girls Is to incident In the world
.
pot marry :
to accept the offer, because they progress.Be Drink METTO, will pay all prizes. The contest open to
too eurly. If asked the age when girls to keep un eye on that emploveeF2 :
} sold that their parents would be angry not dismayed. Things may not All. It's free to You

should marry, I should say from twenI with them If they gave up their plnceg.klr. move us rapidly 118 we would wish but

,* } I ty-four to twenty-six. The latter woe Dale iiHHiiretl them that he would they: do move, and that la much. FIRST PRIZE.To .
t the age of Mrs. Wnrtleld when I married
her, and I have said to my daughters arrange mutters BO that they would Bo not dismayed. There Is a Beneficent \'h f ..5v'S the first one sending In the correct,answerwe wills give a Jbcauiin i ills
loan nothing lie U nov paying", their Intelligence the universe, and size picture In gilt frame entitled "Purity."
that I should not give uiy consent
cur faro from IlarrlHon to New York trough all things runs a the This picture l Is lyrotxillcal of Motto the great health drink
purpose;
to their marriage until they arrive at whicbenefits
all and contains uu dote or harmful Unite
e
every day and allows them $12::: a week

that age. each for luncheon money and law of evolution still operates, and the To the. next 5. . . . . . . . . . $1.'"' each

"Marrluiare for the purpose of settling they have completed their expenses.1Vben course, human race Is not retrograding but Is. ." .. 6..a . . . . . . . .1 quart Metto each

a daughter In life U. as a rule a fail moving onward.Do 20 . . . . . . 1.2 pint Motto each!

I ure and an unhappy one. No parent.. Jr. Dale has:\11'promised. Dale thorn appointed poaltlouii.Uecently Mr,. not be so egotistical( as to Imagine 70; . . . .,. . . . .1 Metto. Ticket each --

and especially no true and loving mother
Morrison\ the manager of the Lnrch- that, simply because things do not go
will wish to push her daughter Into IT.S..YOU I
mont Yacht club to take general your way the Lord has quit doing

matrimony btfore she Is fully matured charge of the Chicago office of the mslness. PEOPLE.. .. ....KNOW A GOOD..... ....WHEN THEY... ....IT ARE
and fitted fur the grave responsibilitiesof
i7 1'l'I'I""R Ituhber company at a salary Remember It Is always possible that USERS OF..IN..QOOD.. ... SUMMER.........
married life. Girls just out of school
of $10OOO a your Mr. Morrison was you may have been the one mistaken. .
for the .
j are not equipped ordinary ..
S once u brakeman for !Mr. Dale wren /i iMrs. Cut out this Coupon, flu In the blanks
household duties of wives and for the The world Is not perfect, and is not .*
he wan a railroad conductor In Pennsylvania In ( )>sve, ono word to each blank space NAME.................. ....... .. ,
cares and trials of motherhood. They apt to become so a hundred ;years : : .: rl1}: S tile whole to make an appropriate sentence
a

t should after leaving school spend or a thousand either; but It la going In ; is. .... ...... Jj'r;';; advertising Motto and wail to P.O ........................... ...... ...
r some time with their parents, giving Karopnlkln'B Dlm..I..... the right direction and It will reach the the TROPICAL M'FO. CO.,
J their parents the pleasure of their companionship ""' 14 West Adann Street,
General Knropiitkln, KuHslan mlli- goal of a higher civilization by and by. : Jacksonville County................,...State . .
Florida
and learning something of Be optimist He is the only sound Anderson Jacksonville
an
tary commander In the fur east U reported --
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the everyday work that will be theirsas -
wives. to hare mild when setting forth and healthy philosopher. It Is not necessary Fla., daughter of Recorder of J3PRemember tbe first 101 correct answers received gets the prizes bent.ID

across Siberia: "The drat month they to abut your eyes to present who your answers at once to tbe
"The girl who marries too early Deeds West witnessed her
will that I Inactive the second do not let them ,
say am evils but distort
' your
misses of the of life. TROPICAL
1 many pleasures to the letter MANUFACTURING CO.
''' her hat I am I Incapable, and the third vision of the future. signature following ,
She Is doomed to -
youthful
upend I because 1 E. 14 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
that Pinkham's
'S 3 days in the trying and taxing cares of am a traitor we shall With a reverence for what baa gone praises Lydia -
be and beaten. I hall let the .. ,
i repulsed the -'- -- ---
motherhood household duties, with let us'turn unto new. Vegetable Compound. ---

p broken health and rundown nerves be- people talk firmly adhering to my resolution DKAB !(... PIfIUU.lIl-There: are o :K:: A. S. :E3 Jcr: M.t3z 0 0 ,

fore she bus passed out of her teens. not to advance before July. John D. Rockefeller's old schoolteacher but few wives and mothers. who have I Iau.
*
510 FLA.
e W. st. JACKSONVILLE. .
when I shall have the forces I need. BaT ,
})l "Such lUHrrliixi's are unfortunate.They Is collecting John's schoolboy not at times endured agonies and such

are' entered into without due consideration Air. Charles Johnston, writing In lIar. pain as only women know. I wish
I j with view to publishing them.
/ and before the pars WcVkly, points out that, though poems a such women knew the value of Lydia
frequently Here la a chance for Rockefeller to IMiikhom's Vegetable Com:
we are not compelled to believe this IE.
husband has fully established his business Fu
is remarkable QTS
educational ando pound. It a medicine
make an contribution ,
tory, It'l'lI expresses the difficulties ,
, Ability and the earning capacity .
i different in action from any I ever / RI
Curopntkln ta facing, for Kuropatkla gain eternal public gratitude by buy-
;t that will eimtili him to provide for the I knew and thoroughly reliable.

S Increasing wants of marrltil life. Ulrls I bas been called "to lead an army lag the old man off. Standard 011 and i "I have seen many cases where 2

should be taught that there Is more la which be knows to be ill prepared poetry> do not mix.: 'women doctored f'$r years without per- I PREPAID t,.

life than getting married, that when against a foe whose formidable prowess manent benefit, who were cured in less.

they leave school they owe Home service ho heartily recognizes: In a war of The fact that the war correspondents than three month after taking your

i to their parents and that they which be almost certainly disapproves in the far east have been permitted wen Vegetable chronio Compound and incurable while others came who out

should spend some of their days ia from a political not lens than from a to go to the front would indicate cured, happy, and in perfect health .. 4 f ;
QTS
making, the lives of their fathers and military standpoint"Sae that the Japs are about to do something after a thorough treatment with this 1 QTS, r

mothers muter and brighter.. ItaBslana medicine. I have never used it myself ;
the and the
to want j
"The name advice pertains to young : In Practice. without training great benefit A few %? wc
'world to sea how It la done. s.
p, men. I have known canes where )'ou"..: "That man has studied political doses restores my strength and appetite -
t .. and tones the entire
up system.
because they married! l too .
men BOOU economy The Guatemalan red ants imported Your medicine has been tried and

cud before they bad established theni- "Mil}'tie HO." said Senator Sorghum. Into this country to devour boll weevils: found true, hence I fully endorse it."

elves In permanent portionsore "but the Injudicious way be spends his native red _Ma*. R. A. A1rn1fIlllO:(, 233: Washington

g t'OllIp"Ut)I to give up good upi>ortunltles money a tan election looks to me like are eating ants Instead. bt., Jacksonville. ,Fla.-$sooOforftit

II for advancement because family ties political I extruvaganee.-Waahington Somebody could make a fortune by .! 'I. ./6M totter",.. (., fMWi w .a-
.. .,.,..... KI
I" and environments kept them down to Star. selling them to picnic parties. No other medicine for women haa

one locality. Tate realization of the received such widespread and

;? f I iii. -inlu'M of marrying too early has dlsmany The Ituastan attempt to censor the The English are to tax cats some tied endorsement No other medicine

,, ; ruurgr..l a young luau, blasteddlauppolntjuuent I air has not proved an unalloyed ue- thing over a dollar per head. Look oat baa such a record of cures of female

w. JUi.U11J, j.lIYlillht !: U> cess. for a bowL QQbI... E fiue to buy any'substitute.
Agents for the I'abst Brewing Co.

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COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 26. 1904. 3

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Professional Cards. of the State of Florida Is hereby amended *o ai I government or power of am unlrlnallry -THE HOG INDUSTRY. TrnuhltH.i .
Kidney
NOTICE OF ELECTION.Sv1IERRABTHE 10 head a* follow; ",""I..r..t rounlsriiMivlitles le.. ''II.... the whole I
.if K class, shall be valid.Section i are easily relieved otirod I the begluniug -
"141: <'11011 11. The Circuit Court shall haM I. 1s Mlda -itlon to Am*rl(NSiBy aot I
exclusive| original jurisdiction in all oases in Lot Article VIII m r1!?. ('nnMltnttonor but n* disease grows la
GEO. M. BOBBINS equity. Also In alt ,.....u.t law not otMintMblt. the State of rtorUla, Is bciviThe I,s rqealol. i U."I Conditions. I ,, must. tlml more potent reined) .

LROlSLATrRK: : OF 1903, by Inferior court, and In all cases II1I\'In OF.ORDK: M noUuu. Bxpart In Hunt I where Irving'. lluchu Wafer
... the legality' of any tax, as: e.* or Doll ; ofth.artionoteeotnmen6 [
.. Animal
/"' of nut of the : husbandry I'
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR all 1 ,rod l mie Of course they gliiiu.k '
and of notion Involvlng .
.
Mat of FlortiU. did nan .. ii>n Joint votes oast In xnrnlun. x n II a* The lute l\vayi an
AT-LAW. ReOlntknpropo.dnxauxmdmentsto. [ the Conatitutlonoftliasutanf the tltl..r Itoiinilarka of real estate. IXIMHI Ani..nilmeut*. and for .invaas, "Ia,.- 110" O''UI.Itl I' |, rtlef. but more than that give a i in
Flmlda, sod the aain* and of all criminal ca. ..e* not oit :els Cite bv In. tlons and ..return thereof shall tv -nl.>jvctf. >d ta plait' lu the uiiltual husbandry site cute. They positivelypal
and were agreed. to l hy a vote of three.f..urhs of nil tailor court, and original jurmdiottnn of at the. same regulation! and ,iimtiii"n'na a* are the the blood. Sold 0a box
;; Will practice in State United States th* niDmlwrs alooteil to each House. ; that the lion of forcible entry and unlawful detainer. pruvldca. bv law for Uener.il klm'tion In tharttaianf of t.11..1 tltt. ,'nUk. aUl1 'Illy at'< a by

Court. vote on ail Joint K..*"lutto..* were entered up snit ot such other lustier a* the Legislature Florda.ix ply Ir..I. of other kind of live stet erOll1 Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Kla.
on their ....I-.U.e Jmirnnl. with and nay They shall have final appellatejurlahetlon
yea of American
the main
stock. dependelwe
.
Office at TITUSVILLK FLA. thereon .nil they did determine and tllrwt that In.11 civil and criminal rawsrl TUTIMO: wsxalI, I have hereunto
the Mid Joint Kwinlution be submitted to the _ing In the country (court or lialora. tin s..t any hand and ailUod the OrvatL faruior for \hugs has i>luc HlUK
elector of the state at the General Kluctlon in county Jtud ge, and of all misdemeanor and civil, ( 91) Seal of the 8cate of Inrlibk.. at Tallahassee 1'1 They t.uve A.In..l..
:Ncveiulmr, 1W4.Now.THKttipnKR. ae. tried In the court of ......o'd.ot Jmlenienta the Capitol, this the tint day' of >n bretnln that have Mon developed .
D.L.. OAULDEN, or sentences of soy munlcl>81 l court, and August A. ') '"4. on Auiorlcnu soil With n largo native Tht-rev IH Hoiuvthlnu very attractive to

:. I, K, CLAY CRAWFORD, ..r.1I case arising before justices of the pear H.:CLAY "IU WFt'IU', baud and feedIntT the Americanvtio la fond of animals
Swrtary ot the State of Florida, do tirraliy gate In eountle In which thor I* no ounutv iiiurt, Si ATTORXET-AT-LAW: notice that aGENERAL or court of record and supervision and saw| To J. P. BROWN 811..r1IT I of lliv>aid Candy. Htm Inn aiul moMln. In the way the Japanese treat dumb
pallata jurisdiction, of matters arising before bl\'llnl crenturen. The Companion
Will praotlae In all the Court. of the State ELECTIONwill counts judge pertaining to their ...iurle.. 'onl" Aml'I.I'nu furmors 11be 1ItM YOlth'l
|.t Florida, and tbe United States Courts. diction or to the estates. and Interval of s to huvo t'ont for huge ultat ":lllhll Klvt-n t'rofcxMor Morse n* the authority
be held In each County In Florida on Til- and of such other matter a* the Legislature: l\aster's Sale. farmem hate done for the brl" for thin pretty description of Jnpane
I. U Box 238. TITU3VLLLK, FLA. day next uuoeeiliuir the Unit Monday In Novenaher may / fOvide. The circuit courts and Juiiiro:: '
A. D. w4, the said TuiMtlay beuiK. the shall I have power to issue writ of mandamus beet cattle and muttuu sheep. fe*>IUig. for nnlmalii: "Ulrd* build their

,"'' J. WEBB EIGHTH Inj.. .motbmquowarrantolcertiorariprohlhltion( ', AND RT VIRTI'K: OF A DKCRKK: : .Five dtxtlnct breads linvo orlKlnnte nests In the city hlt".. Wild fowl ;,
'ie
DAY OF NOVEMBER ) .
UNDER
to the oompleta exercise of their. jurisdiction. ....t In the Cl-cnlt nurt fur the that motion of tb'ulltry geese Sad ducks alight in the public
a Moventh Jiuhcal Court of Florida In andfor wibll
'. ATTORNEr-AT-LAW for the ratification or rejection of thaaafd Joint flection 24. of Article V, of the Constitution Rrevard county, in a cauno heroin lieKndlng trhvra corn la notably n fi'nture -In pnrk Wild .1..1 trot about the street

Renolutluim uf the proiKMlnj Btata(of Au.endments. vim to tile Constitution of the Orate nf Florida I I. hereby; amended so wherein the Florida Loan and Trust the Cluster White In He had actimlh b.>en followed by a
Florida : tnrmln/-'Iz.
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th an tu mad a* follow t ,, a corporation la complainant, and. rcnnaylvanlu the l>uroc in wild dyer In tht greets nibbling melon
J..hn 1) crabh and Mettle Crabb his wire, vt al., Jersey
|Circuit Taxes paid for non-reatdenta ARTICLE XXI. ""Rectlon. Upon the application of a inn.jorlty are deffindants I wlll..lI.t public auction lu New J<>rmy unit New York the Hud out of bU band, u* turn Ha calve
and rent and account collected. of the registered voters of front of the Court House door to the 10
highest
That tho following amendment to the Conntltlon : any vonnrv and on ,out A
of the State of Klorlila bee and the ....... la, In this 8tau the Legislators, shall establish l In .bidder. for cash, at Tltusvtll Florida, during land-China In Ohio lull llllnola, Iulhl rll"I" dUf IO'
f ITITUSVII.1.K, r FLORIDA. hereby agreed to, and shall be nniulttwl to the such county a court of rtioord, and there shall the legal hour of Ale, ou theFIFTH Victoria lu New York mid Indiana, and to slurp the biiMleitt .tr'. Yel
...Ioot.on..f the State at the general election lu lie one judge for each of the said courts who turn nitUlt so na not to disturb blm.
!
shall he a practicing atrnrney-at-law ami who DAY UP BEITKMKKR.: A. II. I'.NH, the Cheshire lu New York From the
November liHH for ratlrloatluu
or rejoutloa.
D. PENNEY, sliall lie appointed by the Miveimur am" i'nntinned the same being a legal sale day the following lix-iillllos of their origin these br H>diihave One ,day a beautiful heron alighted on
A Section Six or Article Eight of the Constitution liv the Senate. and who shall hold his described real ....tatot situated at Cocoa. In lire. dlHHfiulmltml the llmli nf triH, and the busy, jostling
,. boon over
of the state of Florida, la hereby amended little for Ibnryears. The annual salary of the vanl uoiintt, to-wit I Commencing: the SouthPastcinuerofLotoneIsumniingto srl.hll; f
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, BO an to read M follows| jiiilgo of aald court shall be paid quarterly by ( tha pint thu ,"Ur ,'ouliry. tutu l'ululdChlland tbl'nl ,1tI'lw.l.| No oiu 111'II'tt to

Suction 6. The I.atliilatnra shall provide for the county where aititti court i* established and of Indian! River City, being a parl of the town Duroc Jersey huvlng porl)81> Injure the bird but "" \1.,1 began
| shall lie a* follows i in oountle of less than t
: of Cocoa thence M thnncn
north tent,
went
TITUevILLC FLORIDA.Will the election by the qnalitleil, elnutor. of each run
sketching him.
fit een thousand popiilntli n. one thousand did i'oliioldont with
110 thence south Al thence 110
feet fmit east dl"lrlbuUun
of the oflloera : wl.I.1
In all the county following county I Inn. ; In counties of from fifteen thousand to feet to the of with thebu0ding
| practice courts of the 7th place beginning, together the of lirtHMla
d.vclol.m.mt IIU\'U
A clerk of the rlronlt court a sheriff. constable thirty thoimnnil ,population, sixteen huudretlduaare tberaon Tbs abo\e proiwrty will lie tie Counterfeiting has been almost
Judicial Circuit t In counties of from thirty thousand to : : londlitK Kimlliih br<> li partloularly
.a county .assessor of taxes, a county tax sold free from the mortgage given nv liettteCrabb .. atanipnd out In this country, according
collector forty-five thousand population, two thousanddollars mill husband to Lalavctta Woolen and
a comity treiuiirer a superintendent the ltorkhlr, have ooiu Into more or
of imbltu Instruction and a county surveyor.. ; and in counties of more than, forty .live by bun assigned to Oustave Muller the same to Chief \Vllkln of the secret orvlce.
thousand population, twenty-four hundred dollars having been paid. legs popularity,
I G. A. FROST The term of office of all county officer mentioned { and all criminal courts of record now e*. JOHN HKXRV; Tho place In the Now let the Inn who la broke bntcn
In this ,section shall l ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW except, that the term of ofllae of the county tom of this amendment become and lie marts United Btatea la eiiHlly with the corn up and .nu.ml..r that even the counterfeiter -

assess, of taxes, county tax collector and t f record a* herein' provldud and all nmcersof growing sections, and IUTO la the arn lm\lng hard time these
[ Will In all the county treasurer, shall be for two years, until such criminal court of reoord shall lx all I.'rl f
practice Courts of the
7th
tbe general election in November, I'JOH\ at wnlch: cars of such ".courts and dlMtiharga' the dutle Sheriff's Halu Brut grain thought of wIll tho futtvnlng day to make money.

fjt Judicial Circuit.TITU8VILI.B election. they shall be elected for terms of four and receive, the enioiuinents of such until the i of aulniiila, f'Hu>ctally bog latuuntlotUHl.
yearn each, and tbencefortb all countoltlcers .expiration their. present tern of 011I"... .
FLonmL.STEPIEN named In tills ,section hall, be elected terms Yet the adumtugoa of
lor
; Section 25, ot Article V, of the CViustltiitiou >1C1t ANn UY VIRTUE OF AN KXKClt.tlon The Korean navy In said to conalit
of four years. Tholr powers, duties and compensation UNI ,Issued of the County Court ol Hr*. of the corn belt tntPM are llttta.
of the State of Florida, Is hemby amended so many
\ shall lie prescribed by law. as to read a* follows cud County. Florid. .. wherein 1 Italia if toll. superior to thorn outside ofthat of twtnity-Uvo admirals and an Iron
E. Lludsav and her husband Thomas Lindsay I areplalntin I
FOSTEK.: cal I Thus
barK
"Soctlnn 35. Tho C"nrt..r Record shall have *, and: J. T.: liassett I* defendant, I bav* dlslrl t. The south has nn nbun- by having only one
.
ARTICLE: XXII. exclusive. Jurisdiction of all criminal, vases, not 'levied "1"lIIlIl1fl will sell .imbllo auction for dunce of Cowpena velvet but the Korean iirw 'ails to foil the
ATTORNEYATLAWIJyalUpchurch capital wmoh shall arise In said county, and cash to the, highest and hat bidder, Iwfore the "Ic.taton.
That the following amendment to the Constitution or all cases at law In which the "demand or Court-houHo: door In the town ot Tltusvllle on beans and peanuts ar" logtimlnouacn admiral In their attempt to ram on.another's .
Building Jax. of the tttate of Florida. lie and the value of th"l.rol..rt)' dues not exnmd one thousand .
same In hereby agreed to, and shall lie suliinltteil dollars, and concurrent with the circuit THE Fliwr MONDAY IN SKII'KMIIKR, 11)04 >pH that arc peculiar to that a..UoI. veitMela during the iprtntf

JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. to tho electors of the State at the general court, shall nave exclusive jurisdiction, of oroiweiling all that tract of land lying In Krevard county Corn grow readily in nil 1'lrl. of the and
election In 111I14. for ratlnoatlou or rejection. relating to forcible entry and unlawful Florida, and described a* f ol low i illnglnnlngalght .outh. and lu tho subtropical portions tollla.u"en t
detainer of land and toimment
challis and three and
SeetluuSof Article 13 of the Constitution is west the of feeder. with oaannvaaveiua be m.ntlonssl'In panning that
S. BUKXHAM, M. D. seveiitv-flve ono huiiilr. .Mltliiiulialiis south nf the oxperloncn mny
TVJ hereby amended. no as to read as follows: Soot lIonltl.! of Article V, of the Constitution I
Northoastthus r'eruf the HonllienKt qiinrt rof the to hulk-lite that It ham ooimlder- Arthur which baa ao otter
of the -.tot..r Florida, I* hurvliy amimded so of Hmiilmi ''', W S Port tal"l .
SectlonVIII. Each county shall he reiulreil Northwest quarter 4 wn lIl.. ,
MJUOEOX and SPECIALIST to aiMM. ami collect annually for the support as tit sad a* follows i KangeaA K,, tlienue run Houlb thna and twelve" able value for irk production In addition I. of Into, la atlll doing business the

of public. free ,nuliiK.1 therein a tax for not lens "SflCtlnn There shall lio six torins of the and a half oiie-liiiiidredtlis. rhnlnatllsmv. West there U generally an abundant a
stand
Ear, Nose and Throat. three ((6)) mills or more than mtvon (T) mill on Court of Record In each year.Swtlon thirty-two clislns tlirnce North ihrss std twelve water supply, the climate Is) wild, cud .Id I
the dollar, of all taxable. property In me same.ART1CLK and a ha ( Oiie-hundrodth chains, thence Rest -- -- -- -
< WEST: PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. """ 27. of Article V, of the Constitution thirty two chains to the |HIIII| of beginning, containing there I I. I long period durlll which Catlforiilu AVnfcra
.' of the State of Florida, I I. hereby ameneded, so tan "acre more or less a* the property of of I-runt
< fend U available
to read follow the defendant and time will lie sol.l to crv* ik ; tll expense .
..' : XXIIL as a* tPection .atue
"Th I. Is no (line fur fun
winter In .nfIIAtgh..r.
.atl."hlox..nlltloll. shelter and feeding very
i IL IIOUGUTOX'S That the following amendment to the <''>nstltulim V7./ There hall ha for each onurt .1. 1*. BROWN. "Flu the cold gray dawn of n.orllnl aftsr." y
D of the. I State or Florida lie and the same of record a prosecuting attorney to be named Sheriff of Hrevard County: hint. Ida.. greatly 1".ICI'' ThoitwcHiiulltlonn, will "
There be If
after
I is hereby agreed to and shall lie nlimltted the aunty ..solicitor who srall lie aprHilnt. by giving long period of IU.turt and no "lornlul .
to the elector of the state at the the ,to..rnnr And confinn.d I.y the llanyte. andwho \ -
general A box of California Prune
FLOATING DENTAL APAHTMKXTd .rlButlon Novemhor, A. n.II.14. for ratltluatlon shall hold office for;; four; years. ii.-.. compensation Notice.' outdoor life, enliuiico thrift InL. with )01 wi carry

on the "Dentoii" or rejection. shall be fixed by law. proper WIIIIUUWlt Inaure great freedom *, and take 1 few before going ti*

Section J* of Article V, of the Constitution Anctlon 28, of Article V of the Constitution trlU tlul+ bed. They will fix you Mil right and

I Now osf TIn INDIAN UIVKU.ITT hall be.I and I* hereby amended no as to mail a.follow. a nf* to the read State a* follow of Florida, tic hereby amended. so IN THE CIRCUIT(Countv' Florida.In COURT. IN AND FORllravard In the extreme went the alfalfa of tone you up before breakfat. 10 wafer

Chancery the irrigated valleys and the clover of ariO at Cross Pharmacy, .
Section 18. The Legislature may orKanlia In "Section t*. All offences triable In the court ltoea'l'hump.on ) I net Tlttsyle.It's
E. BUCK Knob coimtla a* It may think proper county of record shall be prosecuted upon Information V.... ] Hill for Divorce. the count district give a Ilh.n.1'
court*which shall hare jurisdiction: of all' ease at under oath and may lie filed at any tlin. Alex Thompson ) foundation for aucceaitful pork prlu
law in which the demand or value of the proiwrty whether the count Is In session or not., by the Notlo to Noii-K .lil,,l>t.To ,
[,'Stockton & Budd Bulldln, MalnwSt., lnvotved.hsllnoiexoeed live hundred dollar, *| nniiniy solicitor, but the grand jury of the Alex.. Thompson tion. In moat of these region there

Jack on"llle. Rooms13: Irt 17.' of proceeding relatlnc to the forclbla circuit court for the comity In which said court You an henhvreymired. to slm emir In the 11111of la an abundance of small purtlcularly ;
unlawful detention of land and tenameuta,'aJ of record I I. held, may ImUct for offenc trlable Coiuplslnt rile( I herein against you III the Irlln. r
DENTIST. of misdemeanor, and final appellate jurlsdlo- In the court .f hI,1 Upon: the n shall: above entitled. cause on or infuse the barley that mot otlln fed .
i tlon In civil caa arising In the court of the. of such lndlctmnt t ; judge 3STH DAY or AUOUST A. I>. 111114. while: in some loualltleacorn \"
of the commit or ball 111* lIOau.... for trial In time cart 'nowlcalt. { .
justice :
[ Crown and|Bridge Work,) peace. of record and the county solicitor of said court The KAST COAST Anvooarw I I. h onlerfishall I. a suec."ful crop "'' ''h.11

:\ Porcelain Inlays, The trial, of such appeal maybe de novo at the shall:. Immediately. file th.noln. and lot>tin..tlonliiuuiii nated a* toe nawspaiieriu which this Barley la of much luteroit to toe ex: ". ,
Im published/ once each week lor eight consucutlv -
option of amwllant. The county l iiimn such Indictment, upon which In. '
III J..elass Plate work. bathe IRe! of the county court and shallshe formation the accused .b.lI... trill weeks.Wltnu.s prlmtlter. and lie use I la of great im
an at-law. my hand and seal of ofllc this the J'I
attorney
the of
Unction !ail, of Article V. of the Constitution :24th nay. of June I 11104. 11 production prime .
There' shall be elected by the qualified elector of the State of Florida I I. hereby. amended so [[Seal Ct. Ct.J. ) A. A. STIR ARTClerk pork. This groin him not been relied For
fOLmIlONEYArlDTAR of said county at the time when the laid as. to "ad.. follows i I Circuit Court.T In America I
judge Is elected a prosecuting attorney for aid O. A, Stewart, Deputy Clerk Il\.lIa upon to n great extent a.
reraMfdTreMI ../*. awe. a-. ..(.<.. court., who hall hold rfllua for four year "flection 29. There shall lie no county court ----- the principal part of n bog tl teulnl
His duties. and compensation shall prescribed In any county where a court of record I* es
suoh courts my be abolished at the tab. ))shed. Foreclosure of MortiriiK: ration, but the practice of lollsb

: plasure of tlie Legislature. aectlon30of Article V, of the Constitution farmer and the results of experiment d..

UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF Provided I that all county judges' holding 4ald" of the State of Florida I* hereby amended. soa TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN: AND FOR I RK.: can very well be studied with proll

MEDICINE RVIRGINIA.MIDICINEDEHTIITRYPHARMACY: office at the ratification: of this amendment shall to read a* follows, t'Section t IN ward County, Florida. by Amerlciyi feeder The .
continue In the exercise. of the tlutla thereof an The clnrk of the court of record In Chancery: .,
according/ to their respective loinnilsslon* and shall be elected by the el"('.....* of the countyIn DAVID M. IC O EItTOM: 1v con, which figures a<> prominently In
until thiilr ncoeiisor are duly qualified and which' the court I I. established, and..lwll bold I 11111 to foreclose thu KnglUh market*, 1 le produced nUIII.
') f Modem Laboratories ia charge of pedautta, provided flintier. that when any county court office for four tars, and his compensation WM. H SUAIll-Kand V Mortgage. with and You!
dairy
ly barley
J Dub 8.t_ Superior Clinics. hall hereafter be established In any county In shall lie fixed by 'law. The nherllY tlm county FRANCIAA.HHAKPK. I b.plllet.
this State the county judge of said ..otlntl.hall shall he the executive ortliwr. of said court) Ills his wife, et al defendant JTo In the grain growing dJ"trktJ ,
Bedside teaching In our own HoipltaLFor hold hi ofllce and the "
perform
duties and fee shall b* fixed by law ,
d.tail.d Informntlnn ..,.;teTHP: PROCTOB. of the county court until his term of ofll m shall J. W. HALL NTIoIIC, flume of the .llofondantsi ern Washington corn raised to avery

expire "Section 81, Article V, of the Constitution of You are hereby reqnirxl to appear, to the Hill limited extent, but barley I* an
the Htat of Florida, I I. hereby; amended. so all of Complaint Sled herein letre n.t you In the abundant and can at
almva entitled causa on or the ftth day ofHeptamlier crop b
prouce
I
read follow
.
to i
ARTICLE XXIV. IMU KaT ('IM.T DVIMIATK' Is h.... minimum (:oet. And maybe }
Largest and Most Com. Section All rule of the In which till
The 31. practice governingthe by designated a* newspaper
That the following amendment to the Confttltutlon utilized. In nearly all part of this
: circuit court shnll lie applicable to the ordnrsiiall li* published once a weak for fournonnooullve
plate Establishment South. of the State of Florida be, and the court of record and all law. relative to criminal weeks.V section there are irrigated valley
.same la hereby agreed: to and shall ba suhmltt- court of record shall I apply I to court' of > Itm-ss my hand and seal of ntlli-a this time DRINK
ed. to the electors of the State at the general : rononL Changes: of venue may IN, hail from a '"lith day of July.llKH. A, STEWART. where alfalfa grow abundantly.
6EO S. HACKER & SON election In 11104, for ratification or rejection. : court of record to another court of record ort (Heal' Ct. Ct.l Clerk of Saul ,1'oirt. The purpose of these remark I I. not

That SIIOtl_ 10 of Article 0 of the Constitution <>tba circuit court of another county. for the Ny n. A. s'rlW Alt'r.2a4t to minimize the value of corn 'In
and under the law providing for imputy Clerk.
of the Rate of Florida I* hereby amended seine cause m"l
so as to read a* follows: tine sain cause, and onder the law, provldtmgfnrcbumglnethevemme : production of any kind. Corn I is pea

Section If). The credit of the State shall not nf one county to tha circuit from of the another circuit COUllt court,. Notice of Application for I**'rmltto bap*, .with I favorable climate and tfr4

lie pledged: or |r and to any Individual com The flnvrrnor may, In discretion\ order the roll the most economical grain that I.
corporation or association | nor shall the circuit fudge having: jurisdiction; of the circuit I : Hoi I Liquors| .. Wln<*M at the command of the stock raiser
state become a joint owner or stockholder In eollrtntanvcounty, to hold' a> special arm o'
any company, ss I shall not authorise any ominty:, city of trying obi :In which the Judge: of the oourt ant
borough, township or Intuirporatad district' to of record shall Ia disqualified.: Parties I to say -- --

iM-coiueastodchiilder In any company anMKlatlon I cause at law In a court of record, shall have R. L. MOTLOW HAH FILED .all and Proapvr.
or corporation. or to obtain or appropriate the same right to trial by judge ail 11 win, or ,, Hoard of ('ounty fimiirlsalonar 110.
money fur or tu loan Its credit I to any oarporstlnnas.oelatlnn. byreferw a* may exist under this constitution for Hrevard County, FlorliU/ him Ap Concerning ('ttl I>r. lunnlt'lt
Institution or Individual except / or the law In reference to eases In circuit I lost Ion for |permit to sell Wine* In Mouthern Cultivator: I
1.1'.r4. aya 'hOr I.
oU. that tho Legislature may authorlxa municipal court or m.". If time Jn 1.n our,murahoue to relieve from municipal. record .lie disqualified. transfer the cans to the > eltlxen of *ii"li lectlon.r' district may no outlook lit pntwrnt for I "I'llup"
taxation for period. of a* tn the municipal circuit courl ..rtbe In which suuh court
stud year county show If there Im.at. the inutlng of the Hut the crop l h. largo
authorities may eeni proper any mama.facturlugenterprise of record 1 may be C.I.to hell on Tuesday, the 5th day of crp. .lltl.
that may locate within the Ilaot next why such permit should not IM or I is clearly to the farmer' THE GREAT
V of Imnl I
ald. muiiMpalliy, but no such exemption shall Section 112. of Article the Constitution !l.mhr WALKKH
JOHN It. make the to
of the Htat of Florida, I* hereby amamlail so nrrnngeinenrH
than fifteen of''iamty
be for a longer period year Chairman of the Bimrd !
MANUFACTURERS OF' a* to read a* follow (.....I".lo.Mr..lr..rd County, ell slow next full. Nothing CII greatly HEALTH DRINK.

"$!ev'tlon XI. Court of record shall ba atiofIshed .. depress the price exc.-j>t a mad rush to
Doors Sash Blinds. ARTICLE XXV by the Legislature, only upon a petition |marketed
ol a majority of tha registered voter of the If the cotton slowly
That the following, amendment to the Constitution county, where such court i* _tahll....... P ML Oriwlaia7 In Artfmmmmf.Pmtch a good price will IK sure to \ malataln
of the stab' of Florida 'be. and Is herehyagreed "IN THE GOOD
Mcnldmg & Building MaterialOffice I to and shall le.ubmlttedtothe electorsof 10wln. i Mid t b rapidly >>d througlMdit+ the entire IWIIMIII.Tlierw .

the State at the general election In November lit Ark-anna hand I
I I" short supply on union::
: Warerooms, King, opposite lw>.. for ratification/ or rejection. ARTICLE I XXVII Tb larger of ranc th are located the munufuclurer I nnd they cinin: *. OLD SUMMER TIME"

Cannon Street.Charleston Section of Article XVI shall be amended so That the following amandnwmt to Section" 20. pAr
In tb. western bait of the state ret on hand full .supply lie
a* to read as follows I8eCtI..n Article IiI.andSection 4. Article III, therepeal r ..ro"l
S. C. fl. The iglilatare shall provide for of Section *, of Article/ VIII of t"t.d 0 the higher (rrouiul Tate Kill which cvinbnr o Jnntiury; hence It I h. th.

the peail> publication and distribution of all st.tutlon of the State or Florida, be, and are ere becoming popular for peaches are Interest In .v..ry way of the Mniitlieriicotton
...
hereby agreed to, and .10..11110 abmlttad t the
Sash Weights Cord am\ law It Court may and enact.all laws All, and decisions judicial of decision the Supreme electors of the staia, the general election tol largely those which wen coming t b prodiu'er to pre|)*r" hlu..1 tn

shall be free for publication by any person. l"a held In November, A. U. |Uu4. ti-wit: eDdne "worn out" cotton market b. cotton slowly l"s tnl. t><>

I lint no judgment, of the Supreme Conrt shall Section 2J. article lit, of the Constitution nf ao worn a. to nnprofltabl not the cries of Mpttculatora tofrighten r$
Hardware. I take effect until the opinion of the court In the Stall of Florida, I I. hereby amomln'l a, a* h .
such case shall lie filed with the clerk of add. to read as follow t cotton in giving' satisfactory results you Into 1 foolish act to yourown

Window and Fancy Glass court. .Section W.! The Legislator shall not pas with 'cb. undoing. _
special or local laIn any of th* following. / enumerated !la a \

A SPECIALTY. ARTICLE XXVI. jurisdiction case and(i that duties I*of to any say class, regulating of ornrars time, Maw and !Bla> ... Coffeo leaf blight I h. said to b"". ap M ETTO deU.\oul. rere.hlol

Section I I. of Article V. of the Constitutionof or for the punishment of ert.... or IIII..mean..I. r. n. Ranktn of Illinois. has b poured in I'ort Itlro. _- beverage maetrom: ; rIpe
for the enforcement of mad worlJ' fair .
except of
Florida is hereby amended so secretary --
of
the State -- -- -
law, regulating time practice of courto f j.It".>!*: tb Haw Palmetto Berrlea. free
as to read a* follows: providing for charming venue of civil and stock department, au
Section 1. The Judicial power of the State criminal cane t granting divorce ; changing C. F. Mllla. who *l F. ,
harmful
cannot from Motto
C local they ,
hall lie vested In a Supreme Court. Circuit the name of | vacating cans; summoning aUC.d. application, a jiornlclon drugn.
.......................... Courts, Conrt of Record. County Courts, / and Imp.nflllng persona grand and petit jnrle bunt reach the diseased portion of the ear.

.. .. County Judge and Justice of the I'e_. and providing r., ilielr romp salon ; for seaea.m.ntendcollection Potato ma bloer. while not yet perfect There la only one way to cure deafness, stimulates the Liver fu.he the Khlt 1
of axes for stale and
of Article V,of the Constitution of a degree of perfection and that la I by constitutional remedies.
Section S, county and municipal purpose; for opening aucb ne jr., act directly on the bladder,
Florida Is hereby amended ao M to for and I Is caused Inflamed
the Kea of and eonrtnctlng election Ktata county that whore are Iea/nee by an con
reaU as follows: And monlolpal. officers,and for daalinustlag tu* ptat I of the Ktifachlao
dltloo of tbe mucous lining .
these funn.tlonn
Makes perform
sXH'lal
voting for the ale n? real sate ..... upon, ant ar pl organ tb.lr
A 'SAMLPE The Court shall hare ; tube. When this tube gets
IF YOU RECEIVE Section 5. Supreme lunging to rnlneroaIatec of deendnM and of machinery should te provHod. In
at law and In ; tat
; parao*. laboring under legal disabilities" ; c.ollllnK I you have a sound or Im- In a natural way thereby keeping
COPY OF ?tUW 4 PAPER Ift7ty originating ol""lt in, el'-courts"'* courta.In fMe and;arle-.t the fee uf onli-ar of tba Stale or countyor The offldal ntat of the Argentine I famed hearing, runblll I Is entirely
..
lAg a"-I.lro.below count the)' judge.. In matter. pertaining municipalities. dells or ;will giving; legitimising effar Informal eblklron orInvalid : corn crop of 1(. 17.loOom against I closed deafness I I. tbe result and unlessthelnfiammstlon the system in perfect and! healthy con
J IT IS TO- *> and la thema.agem.etof taken
M their probata Jurl.tlctlon. be ont and
ot children ler- can
for the adoption ; m 14.2.0 bUb 1111. .
and )
of Infante" In dition.
tbe estate Kmvldlng
from legal dlablUtla sad for the. to Its normal condition _
LET YOU KNOW THAT reaee or conviction of felony In the court ofrourd.aa tabllbJnant. of fnia | According t carefully conJacte arientlfl thla tub restore ,

WE WOULD- LIKE YOU TO J tb. circuit courts. lime' court the B ethntlArticle III.of the Constitution of liquid solid animal for ayear e_. ten are caused by catarrh,
... of mandamus, earttorarl. from one
power to ** writ the Slat...f rioriito, I* hereby a, -01..1 tn a* al which I. but an con*
warranto. habeas corpus, aad following nothing Intame
prohibition quo the I
BECOME A SUBSCRIHEK.; all writ necessary or proper to the complete. to read a* follow: approximately of tbe mucon sorta"s.I r
Its Jurisdiction.. Xnett at tha )u- Section ,. TIle LsfUlslnra shall aatahllh raloea: gorse. >22 to |27; ow. I2M to I dlton will give One Hundred Dollar for

.. tires shall have power to ISMM writ* of halwmaeorpo gnlfurm system of county .....emment. It *VWj;: sheep |2 >2J5O; pig tl l to 1-1. of deafness ( by catarrh)
Sac t any came cau.el
to any part of the upon petitionby shall oavlda mualclialltl Into elaseenfm.dmore i
101' Os behalf ol any person lucid In actual than roar,on ,,.. hall of pouuUtlon It With tb exception of the Hurley I that cannot b care by Hall' Cat arab -Sold by="
custody, aad may max* such writ returnable shall astaMisb for each class a nnlfarm, system Virginia nn cured and Conuertlcol Care. Send testimonials.
.
.. before Himself..or r before tne guprera any eirenit* Conrt.jvdge.or and anylestlethereof. of govern rat of eachnow; It shall provide existing for mnnkrlpaJlty the ranveurponulon broad Jet dlatrlrta nearly all I Address, F. J. Cnr,&Y 4 Co., Toledo, Red Cross Pharmacy,

*>..........+.*.+........+. when. not returned to Uw Sapmn* Court a. and for the corporation nf each hereafter toM retorts tobe a greatly reduced tobacco ,0. halls family lilt are the be*I.
.. I court shall always be. loeorporaud nonlclpaJlty Into on* of sncncliiiiin I U.t. I old by UruggUU, 73 /rCcttoall.. cot ArtloU V. of the Constitution awl no law relating to the enatloa, acreage thus aeaaoo. J!



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 26, 1904.

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JAMES. PKITCHAKD. President( ; .. Wx. :M. BROWN, Vlce-Pre.ident.

,i EAST COAST ADVOCATE. IMPORTANT SOCIAL PROBLEM. WINSTON S. BHANNINS, Cashier.
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No tendency of modern times -. i "a r Radiant INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

....XL,.fODBRAt. OBVOTBD TO THB DBVBIrorataifT has caused so much uneasiness In .i Beauty

or THB IHDIAH BIVBB, I>AKBWOBTH the minds of social philosophers! ,
COmplexion of purity are made by
r h 1 ....D BIBOAVVB air.110'I'10.' and reformers as the drift of popu "- rUncock't Liquid perfect Sulphur. The value of COUNTY DEPOSITORY..

lation from the rural districts to the sulphur in the toilet bM been known for centuries Authorized capital $10Ocoo t

C Y' PUBLISHED EVERY: FBIDAY. f fCMABLKI cities. That this tendency is deplorable but much of ill value wa lost until Paid up capital. $25,000

is admitted all bands the discovery: of
on Average deposits, $200,000
H. WALTON Editor A Publisher but there is no general aggreement Hancock'sLiquid

,, ,II Discontinuance or aJtta. must be made perally as to what should be done to discourage 'S1NcoCKp Transacts a General Banking

.. at this ofllie or by writing.Uheoketo..mayb.madepayable. it. Recently, however,
r public speakers and writers have Sulphur Business.

CHAKLEI been insisting that the way to keep
1.WALToxpnhll.her., ant only does It produce akin I smooth and
?
i the bright young men and momen olt I ii iilk. but tti ore ai a hal bath; will cure Ali Largest and, Oldest. Bank); on the River.
t.theADVOCATaforinfnrmai on the farms is to ameliorate the all icalp dh ..... promote* new growth of
ft'lnwriting healthy kilt and ilrennthen the coloring matter s, Exchange bought; and gold on all
i lion ov iny kind tlio writer will obhxebymtclose conditions of country life. The I. the hail .. ai to check and avoid premature h Countries.IVtronafre Foreign!:
..'. ta Mulpitar {
L.l -
hair. Buy 1- w
I nn a tarnl"dadlre88ul envelope. extension of telephone lines into pay at any reliable drug itore.Hancock's --
the and the rural free : appreciated. Prompt Service polite
EAST COAST ADVO. country Liquid Sulphur Ointment and favor
BOSTON OFFICE--TUB Nitin't natal inglclili. treatment every Consistent with cun
7ATtbMoprn.danoltleeat4alAthmtlaeveuue.' : mail delivery are steps in that di ...._ ew.N.l. .. .S Prepared e.pecl+ny lor Burn,Scald., OpeeSorcl t N, ervauve banking granted
} Chafed Farti. Raw Sur<*ce<. lien II. CORRKBPONDKNTSI'hoenlx ,
I Boston, which will be In charge of Mr. Claude rection. But the general Improve. t- LILI.car? Hands and all '
1.ltou.b.e..otracelnd
.11 :
V.Walton. the roads wouldbe Io---.. -- ..... v National Rank N. Y.,Empire Tnm
ment of country .ew..w. ': .Y Skin CII. iv- Company N. Y., Atlantic National
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Bad u_, .T.-Pia.--_..L.Y.-.r..w.a":_...._ul. Writ for yule book on owe of Sulphur In t tafi'. Jacksonville! Jacksonville, Fla. Hunk "f
address all oommunlcatloni to a far more Important step. roe C.-' .. C. : the toilet,and M uurtt fur all bl..4
j lEABT COAST ADVOCATE!:, roads do more than anything else w w w a.t akin rtlxmam., ".r.ITUSVILLE> FLA..
TITDSVILI.B FIORIDA.Q isolation discouragement w.U. C0 R"' HANCOCK
to promote ignorance, im- _
e cnunmMrti -
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p .. ---
tp ------ -- disgust
-. ------ and among -- -- LIQUID SULPHUR CO. I'
::Door rand Window
: :
Fra.D:1.Cs.:
r'r .... LK-M fcriUMU Ceo
8. Department of Agriculture the country people. Good roads __..aa Baltimore.. Md.

,Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. promote attendance at school and We are making hundreds of frames every month for the leading :contractors
the church ; they make social gatherings and we should make them for you. We. do It cheaper and better.

*l'noarnt The following(is a comparative statement literary societies, dramatic Our latest Improvement is .

?I of temperature and rainfall for the entertainments and club and lodge BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS,
I'p1'! week ending Tuesday, Aug 2J.: 1004. the winter THE CITHUS INDUSTRY. THE CLIFF DWELLERS.
/ meetings possible during and you should Insist on getting these In your frames.
4' -1004- -1903OATH. and spring. With bad roads the When you have.any building to do, write
.' MAX.: MtN. MAX.: MIN.ti Tangerine Fla. August; 20, 1004 Among the hundreds of peculiar tribes
,
EAST COAST LUMBER AND
17 85 73 Sfl 72 farmer is compelled to hibernate, .. and peoples which the great World'sFair SUPPLY COMPANY,
ti ; 18 87 74 87 75) socially, for three or four months Editor East Coast Ailvorate: has attracted to St. Louis this year, General office' EAU GALLIE, FLA.

19 80 74 88 71 in the year. With good roads At this time, when it seems that the none occupy more peculiar place than -Yards at Tltusville Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach..

'I' 20 8(1( 78 ii) 76 these months become the most enthusiasm Is again swelling up In the the Mokls and Zitnis who have come to
:21 f1'I 78 !'IU! 77 once discouraged! breast of Florida orange 'he Fair from the parched domains of
} 22 88 79 >00 70 pleasant, and in some respects tbe growers, and they are tailing up the great South west, the so-called '
a 23 88 78 88 81 most profitable in the year. with zest the work of mippl.vlng l quantities Painted Desert of tho Colorado River Hodges tSt O'Hara
Total rainfall for the week: .01 The improvement of the country once agalu that highly prized (b\ and Canyon In Arizona and New' Mexico... ,

f i Departure from normal rainfall for the roads is now recognized: as one of the northern peoplt ) product of our These tribes and people ate the direct ...Manufacturers and:Dealors In...
week: minus 1.24 Inches. Departure state-the Florida ot.mge I hope a few descendants of the now extinct Cliff
frjm normal rainfall since January 1, the greatest questions before the suggestions: will not be out of order, to Dwellers of whom tradition tells that, Bough CYPRESS AND 'YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange
and
minus .00 Inches. American and it is comingto recorded time occupied
public bone planting/ new/glove, and I i.*k you at. the dawn of they Dreflsid .

i HAL.P. rtARDiN, Observer. be recognized as a question to irlve tbU. letter apace In.yourci"lumos. the clefts In the surrounding mountains Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable: Crates Mouldings, Shingles, etc.

t __________._ .____u_ ___ ._ which concerns jot merely the The most Important. consideration it which terrible habitations the wild they animals Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
driving out
and that which occupied by
rural population, but the whole would ROm r<> me, any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'llara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
ONLY poor advertising f la an ex: should come first, should be the proper that had made these hovels their

k''Eti' pense. Goob advertising is always people. Many public men have' de. selection of varieties and special effort I homes thus nitnicllng'o the hard-pressed .- -- .- --
investment. clared their conviction that road should be made to select those I that will Dwellers a means of defense and later

w i ,. a paying Improvement I I.* .* proper subject for In the future of the citrus Industry, existence against the savage tribes which IF YOU WANT A...
Tf the and Invaded this country from the North ata
tl < give the most profit to planter
?
l well State
National legislation.
as MS I fear that. this matter l is. not being us time when men had begun to record
IF you want to Bee apretty; sight, Among the reasons offered in sup. carefully considered. by many plitntera aM their deeds by the process called history.

t top off at Tituaville and see our port of.this view are the following : should,.he. For Instance, there seems to The supreme effort which fate and nature Lot
beautiful groves, loaded be new both put upon these people fortunately .Building
orange 1st, .I;he_ improvement of the a panic among plaurxrsof groves ..
had be
have
to
to
for
them seems never
with oranges. burden for to get: out as many .1'omelo trees aa
highways too, great a their land will contain which will, I fear repeated. From Immemorial days the
4'I -------'-----. the rural population to bear alone.If descendants of the Cliff Dwellers have
be regretted/ by them in tbe fiituie. or a lot with a BUILDING:> READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
TUB railroad accident demoralized [ left to them the problem will Doting the past seven or eight: years, occupied the vast, partly unexplored region -
which Inhabit and being LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
be solved. we have propagated In our uuiHoileaover ; they now ;
I11+ ;i our down-river correspondence never secured from tbe assault of predatory
of the one third and neatly one half of PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,
4 last week, but everything is now 2nd. 1 be improvement our entire stuck of trees to grapefruit of tulles, and having time! cultivate! the
} running aa "smooth as a marriage roads would benefit all classes the different varieties and have always sets of peace, It has so happened that the We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

bell" on the F. E. C. Railway. !throughout the entire country ;: sold that line of stuck first of all, and X'mix and the Mokls of today are art more than Settlers are flocking In but still there Ift room. If you art
these advanced In purely ptcservatlve
hence the whole people should have never at any time, during/
._. half, to their nomadic tribesmen of the same region looking this way drop a line to
------------- -- years had enough trees by one .
share in the necessary expense. offered for with whom they have next to nothing
fill the orders sent us, or us
/ JACKSONVILLE will, undoubtedly, 3rd. The improvement of the, stock. Other large nurseries In the state in common. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd :Vfce.Pre.Went.

1 "do herself proud" In the coming roads is necessary to the extension hare had the same excellence and It all FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

I "i' big Carnival. Like other things of the rural free delivery system ; points to the fact that planting along REBUILD.CAMP GROUNDS.
,i undertaken by the residents of the and Congress is authorized by the this line has been ve'do-e. and Is out of ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
to the demand of the future
proportion
metropolis of Florida, it will be i a Constitution to "establish post lor our product 1 would caution the To the fit-Herat I'ublir: --

v success. roads." planters of new groves\ in all earnest The presiding elder of the Daytona

_._.--- -'- 4th. The improvement of the< nose, against planting grapefruit too district, Rev. A. Scott has authorized
heavily and Instead to about evenly llev. C. C. Hicks to solicit aid for the rebuilding -
ALTHOUGH reared in an English: roads is certainly as fit a subjectfor divide their acreage among the best anllmoot of the camp grounds at Titus f

poor-house, Mr. Henry M. Stanley, National legislation as Improve.ment reliable varieties of oranges such vllle where a meeting will\ be held! In r

.' the great African explorer, died of rivers and harbors. a* Pineapple IlonioHansa Parson Brown, October 1904.
worth over a million dollars. Hit For many years the ADVOCATE Harts, Tardlff Valencia Late etc: and We kindly ask everyone who desire to
'' t In novelties, to use sparingly Tangerines, see us have a successful encampment V
English wife was also wealthy, and has been advocating the urgent Kumquats, Mandarin batsumus, etc: to aid us as much as possible.

there is only an adopted son of ten necessity of good roads tnMJrevarc and not at any time Include over one Dear Mends do all you can for us,
i to be heir of both. county-and, in fact all along the foiiith of their acreage to 1'omelon. remembering at the same time that "The
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kG East Coast. We want good roads In my new /groves which I am preparing Lord loveth the cheerful giver
-- --- --- to plant during the next year I The local manager, Rev C. C. Hicks,
and we are slowly but surely get.' ball use one fourth of early varieties, will be around la a few days. Please
c1; A NEPHEW of the King! 'of> Slam them in this 3
ting country. such as Parson Brown Roone's Early help him. I
Jll
i' + ,, is a military cadet at Woolwich SCOTT Elder. 1 ( ir'71
y etc; for mldaeason to medium late varieties A. Presiding ii,
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England, and 'one of his sons, whoIs will use Uomosa. l\InjorC"l and t ti
preparing to enter the British MONEY IN ONIONS. pineapple (mostly the ), for SOUTHERN RAILWAY-
late varieties will use one fourth hart'sTardilt
I. at Greenwich has won his -
,
navy
Lamb's Summer
Valencia
t Late ,
1 ., way to the heart of the English by. ACCOUUINU to the following item and the other fourth will take In novelties \VOICLIVa FAIlt IlOfJTK. BEST TIME

j his skill as a foot ball player. clipped from a Texas exchange,, as named above, and grapefruit TO ST. LOUI .l\.O.

1 .. there must be money in growing about equally divided. This will\ give me Stop-overs going: and returning at Atlanta -
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onions ; and as there is good onion fruit all through the marketing season, KnoxvilleLouiavilleanti; principal s
WE are In receipt of a copy of land in the neighborhood of Titus. from October until July and will also North Carolina Mountain Kesorts. : Noh 1 i t e 1a
the Oillcial Directory of the city give me the average season prices, which See High Bridge: (highest railroad
ville, we wonder our farmers do Is sure to come out ou the right side of bridge In the world), Famous Blue Grass
l of Miami and near by towns published not: try their hand at raising this the ledger In the end.I Region Lexington and Louisville.
by Mr. Allan R. Parrish. saleable edible : End the Pineapple to be the best all. Free reclining chair cars and high-clans

1 : It is full of interesting reading i round orange I have ever fruited and it day coaches,* Through Pullman sleeping
Mosul's. It, B. Alexander and I S. Z. A.
be depended to give full Louis.
can upon regular cats, Jacksonville to St.
matter and is not credit
to
only
a Alexander] gathered this from forty
ye.tr crops of /good quality of fruit If properly Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully upon
? the publisher, but to the whole of'Hade acres at Laredo, fox., forty-five carloads cared for, and every grower should apppllcatlon. 1. O. LUSK ilst. Pass.
I county. Mr. Parrlsh t is also of onions, averaging :'Jl.OoO! ) pounds to stittt his list with It. Agt., 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. "i a I
the publisher of the Florida Fruit the car, and bringing between $: :0,000and After the grove; of selected varieties
$28,000.:! ()() The expanses of the crop planted the next thing In order U to endeavor 1 a
Grower. about toiiOO.<1 <) MOONLIGHT SAILING.
_. were to to produce tho very best fruit
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that caa be had from the soil on wh'chIt
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IT would not be amiss if sitnated. There are a great many During these beautiful moonlight .
every. KEEP it out of the ADVOCATE is --
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things to be considered In relation to nights, sailing parties have been much In
in cleaned their
town side
one up the cry which we often hear. To the business and onu cannot watch to vogue and quite a number of our towns iOLE.YSJlONEYANDTAR
walk, We'do not mean for you to oblige often costs considerable, cloudy the development of his trees people have been taking advantage of a fOlEY5KIDI YCURE

rush over one-another in your though the party who makes the and thus anticipate their needs. In order sail on Indian River Dr. Hough ton has .IOD.Ih.coulth and h.al.luntfs Makes Kidneys end K'.ndder: Right
eagerness to make your town look to get; the best results the trees also had his small yacht Helen, in commission
I request thinks the granting scarce. should not be allowed to want for any on several occasions.
neat and up.to.date-but just take ly worth saying "thank you" for. of the elements'necessary to their devel-

it a little easy during these warm A newspaper is a peculiar articlein opement, and to give to them the vitality P. Ruhlman &' Co.
Shoe Repairing.I
days. While you are at it, you the public' The news they will need to produce good solid
eye.
fruit of that excellence that has made -
also
t, may grade your sidewalk to gatherer Is stormed at because he the Florida orange famous the world do all kinds of boot and shoe repalr- 261 Washington St. ) NEW YORK.

save people walking In rain pools. gets hold of one item, and is abused over. Yours very truly, -ng and do not forget It. Opposite Ja.. 1)3) Murray Street. f N. Y.
Visitors to town will appreciate it. because he does not get another. O. \V. COSKKM. Pritchard & Son. ANDREW GIBSON

_.. .. Titusvllle, Fla.
and often
Young men, young

P'' J WITH the last issue of the women, as well as older, perform SEABOARD EXCURSION. WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. Oranges Pineapples

.. ADVOCATE concluded our 14th acts which become legitimate items Patented In all countries. Only tackle ,
I for publication and then rush to Savannah and return, ':(*2 50
r' year of publication ; and while It block of the kind in the world. FIt-
and return 4 IK)
lXII dI, pauses a moment to draw breath. the newspaper offices to beg the Columbia VIA ted with the celebrated VIDton Roller and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

t before plunging Into another year's editors not to notice thelrescapades. SEABOARD Ant LIKE RAILWAY Bearer. Useful In any place where
I The condemn represent several of the largest shippers ip your Mate, and wish to represent
rf work it takes this next day they the
,, opportunity of train to leave Jacksonville\ at hoisting Is done. With these blocks
1'1' same paper for not having pub. Special you also. Give us a trial shipment Established
its
r :. thanking readers all over the 11 a. m. Wednesday, one man can do the work of two. SO ;years...

United States for the many kind lIshed another party doing the AUGUST 31ST. Thousands sold in the north. Call -- -- .- -

1 1' ,:tJ things it has said about our paper, same thing they were guilty of, for. Savannah tickets good returning by and see them In working order at this ESTABLISHED: 1870.

\ and to wish them health, wealth getting, apparently, their late visitto regular trains on or before Sept.2nd. office, or the store of Jas. Pritchard &

I i', I and prosperity. Money is more' tbe printing office. The sub. Columbia tickets good returning by Son Tltusville.

; .' "4 plentiful, business J is better, the scribers expect to read the news, regular train on or before Sept. 3rd. M. Lane & Son

l' ADVOCATE stall is larger, our job and there is always wonder when, Tickets sold from Jacksonville only. CHAS. FULTONwill ,

printing department is well patron. for charity's sake an item on the A. O. MacDonald, Asst. Gen. Pasa.

'L j i ized, tbe orange groves are in better it feet" and in everybody's mouth is Agt. S. C. Bovlston Fin Jr., Passenger 250) WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
not found in the issue of the Agent, J ck onviUe, attend to all kinds of
next
l\ trim than in years, our farmers .
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have learned not to place all their paper. Southern Fruit
Job 1. rIIlUng.Do and Produce
:,t: Z eggs in one basket, our people are --- PAINTING and KALSOMINING.When .

t now well ADVERTISING la business ,
supplied with fresh energy
I vegetables the fact that
not forget at tho Ax>-
j instead of canned goods, and should be applied in the right vooaTie office, Tltusville we do Job you want any of the COtXl.tXl.iss5..on : ts.
tM1erohac.
+ I. and on the whole, the East Coast way and right place all the time. all kinds :: : .
printing of neatly cheaply and above work'done, drop

I .if Florida, from Jacksonville to -- satpediUously. Letterheads, Xoteheads, m4t a line. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils

:\ ; :Miami, seems to be in a prosperous THIS has been a very delightful Billheads, Envelopes,Tags and all other .

?' 'f 1 ;if'. and much improved condition. Bummer on Indian River. kinds. I iIAS. FCLTON, TITUSV1LLE, FLA. Cards and oar quotations furnished on application.

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N.NN.NHNN..NN........................... sailed on the Arapahoe Clyde Line, from companion they will postpone their trip GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.DII. .

Jacksonville, on Monday tor New York until later.

EAST COAST NE"\VS. City. I MeadamesRobineon, LeTourneau: BJRC>

Thn Ladles Society; of the Kocktedge I. Richards, and Sflss Florence Robinson! ... S..

******************** chapel will serve Ice cream and oake on wore among the p..t.f Mis J. 11,
sNewlw the Hotel Indian River pavilion this Andrews, at the Tlbbals Club; last ..M. WHOLESALE GROCERS f
evening at 8 p. m. They hope to meet I Thursday afternoon, ..

Note., Contributed bv Our Regular s all their friends there. Peter Linn Is enj..il.l'lit| hU launch ,vr f

Col'p of EtiHt Coast Correspondents.Melbourne. Mrs. Conkling of Melbourne came up much which wa*.(recently bujle by E. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.f
.
: on Saturday and was a guest of Mrs.. Webster It Is fitted with..*<>'h, p. Ilai't-

& _ _ Chas. Ilibbs while she was having some ford motor and be wtWrls' one of the
Y T.YYY..."' .. .....tN..'N.NN.....iN...1N. dental work done by Dr. L. T. Daniel,of fastest oratst !in tboft wateis.Mtisd.imes .

Cocoa. She returned to Melbourne onTuesday Corner Bay and Julia St*., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
MoMullon and Wey invited

night former for home a short of Mr.visit Trowell.Mrs. to Umatllla]. the Ellen J afternoon., Wilson and daughter Alllenoe, all ti> join the ladies with them last Wednesday In a meeting,,'rteJ'lonn.of the WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

Al. Snellgrove and baby arrived, who have been visiting Dayton.; friends, Ladies' Tea Club The mooting were ,
S3T": Subocilptlomt for the ADVOCATK, last week, from St. Augustine after a will be home, the former about Septem postponed during the harvest t. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
10 pink paper of the East Coast, will be few weeks' visit with her mother. bar 1st, and the hitter This week. Alliene but will now go on pineapple, much to "
: at tLe Melbourne Postofflce. has been the Potatoes Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In Reason.flfVfo '
, rJceived guest; \ of VVm. St\lIn\ 1II the satisfaction of all. Time afternoon

, Key. Van Slckel the Congregational daughters, and Mrs. Wilson went up to was very pleasantly spent In conversation : solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable
W OOODE.-Koal minister held r
E..tate,
Notary service in the Methodist look after Mrs. S.V.. O'Hilvn's comfort, music and fancy work followed by !!
Conveyancer. Agent! for Mtn chinch / to .. .... t <
Sunday, large congregations. and both for .
}ECHARD and LnnlunandAobeamlltanronl} care her and her Infant delicious refreshments; and last of ni: i 1\ ---- -- -- -- -- -

: nca Conipanlos. gparlal attention Rev. W. E. Savage of Tennessee held daughter. She says the baby Is the horse show

, Interests ot nourattilencs.JllTEI .____ service In the Baptist church, last, Sun prettiest and sweetest thing tinting Cocoa. JOlt PRINTINO of all kinds done at I
Mesdiunes John Richards I this oflioe at reasonable
and Frank rates. Give
JiELLEVt1E- telb"uro.., Florida. A day, to a large and appreciative); audience. --- -- -- -
'peaty winter Richards arranged a party for Monday us a share uf your work
resort on high
pine lan
I Indian' Klver. lutes; : .'J and upward overlooklnit II. G, Bronson, Justice of the Peace The Mouth IVualty.; evening! for their childclivn. three! of H, N. Andiewti. editor of time Coco.x

Vl>(>p 1 Write for rates to Madam E. M,
Campbell, of Smith &
JIJ&uaKer, R. W. Campbell,rroprlator. Turner of Jacksonville, vs death. Thus a- inure scratch Insignia/ days of each other. The night was grippe

fended GuietonBro. C. '1'. McCarty ably do- cant cuts or puny bolls have paid the perfect bright moonlight; and a fIne The "Wise Guys". and "SmmtSet," I IIs It _

Mayor C. II. Stewart spent Sunday In decision Cureton Bros., and secured a death penalty. It Is wise to have Buck breeze blowing from the ocean. Thoie understood are combining; forces an .- -
|Daytona. in their favor. Ion's Arnica halve ever handy. It's tho was A good attendance of children anti practicing for A coming entertainment.The .

The summer widowers chaperoned best salve on earth and will pieyent fa grown people and the evening was spent :
Miss Helen Miller In the guest of her Mesdames, : Nosbltt and Emerson, by tall ty, when bu rns sores u Icei's and piles playing games of various kinds. The carpenter work on the school
Jster, Mre.I'eek. surprise party on gave a thlel ten. Only 2';>o at Ked Cross Pbarrnacy l'errelllllnentMloe cream Hud various, building will bo nearly t\nl\ .licitl (this OrFLORIDAN
Tuesday U.
to
evening week and it will then Into thii hand :
kinds
J. Tltusvllle. of cake were delicious and go
Mrs. Sterrltt and little Bon left, Tuesday Tucker who Is also a widower at very; t
the .
daintily served. The affair was a Hue of palutern.THE
for Newart, N. J. toO' present. The party carried eshments

John Shave. Laurence with them, and a very enjoyable evening Jensen. success In every way .. .. .. ............
Peek
and Claude was spent WORLD'S FAIR.
Edge, of Eau Oallle, spent Sunday In :
Dade County I-niid J'or Sale. FIRST-CLASS PROVISION
elbourne. if rs. Mary Baldwin passed away peacefully t

Homer at 8:30 Saturday evening ut the M. C. Hardee, of Boynton has been We acknowledge receipt a very Inter
Conkllng came up from Jensen residence of M. F. Illustrated booklet the -FOR-
Goldsmith.
The sting on Philippine -
last to visiting his brother at Jensen.J. For 11I\le. cheap, the northeast
week visit his Me,1bournefrleooll deceased quarter
had
been an Invalid for a good of southeast exhibit: at the Woild's, Fair from A sew tyumnsalum '
"vlll re leaving for Lexington/ Ky., where he many years but had patiently borne her II. Baker and n. F. Hull recently :38 south quarter of of 41 section east 3.close township to- Mr. Ilerbeat H. Boone chief of mho BODY' eplemeldlysqulpped..d,. ,
enter
college. cross until her release. The funeral made a flying trip to Fort Pierce. O. K. Wood's pineapple range plantation; Department of Puplioity. The bookie M I N D. A lam'" fsnutty of most*
Fred Fee was at tbe house at 2.K: ) on Is based the It U todavthe nrlii.larly' |
came up -om.fort Pierce' Sunday afternoon St LucIe on exposition ns ,
Wm. Hogg leaves this week Indl- River; 10 acres.
last week, to spend "%" .few days at Ills and was attended by a largo majority and Springs, Oa., to, be six, for weeks Also, the northeast quarter of north- largest single exhibit At the World' MORA I LS. hour morals .
elbourne borne. We are always pleas- of the citizens and peisonal gone east quarter of section 18, township 38 Fair end the best. colonial exhibit ever "-- -:.::TT'.V'i. .. n.':_ t.esl| i'lti.
Id to see lii bright face here. friends.. Rev. VV. E. Savage, of Tennessee Mrs K. R. Rlcou and children have south of range 41 east; on south fork ofSt. brought together. On account of us extraordinary .1.ttOlaUIOU'1
.
conducted the funeral service at the gone to Indian bpilngs Oa., to spend educational features anti
Dr. J. II. Lloyd, who came to Melbourne LucIe River; 40 IcroapI'I.v to Addr... THE
house and grave. The whole community a few<" weeks. because of the great IhteioMts Philippine l
from Erie PA., a few months U In deep sympathy with tho bereaved CHAM II. WALTON, matters at this time, we WOtl'' Lake

kgo on account of his health, which has unbind, son and daughter who are left .._Dr._ __Lloyd. .,L.of Kile.,. Pa, has been_ _InlooKiug Tltusvllle Fla. strongly; advise.tnr tendxis to pay u visit AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4I

een much benefited, has l located at to mourn their loss. 'ensue, up tile prospect or lo -- -- to this interesting exhibit .---.---.--- -- ---- .. .. -
ensen, where he will .follow hU pro. eating In this vicinity. The Oranadlor Iii trds. Maud from Lou

uesion Wo regret; to lose the Doctor The South Rockledge. don : of the roust famous
public England one
highway receiving some BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER. 9
ftnd his Kiul: of Hitter
charming but Fight."Two .
Is ; family Melbourne much needed repairs by J. T. Waters and of the royal l bands, will begin an engager;
far too healthy to support more than i physicians had a long and stub his new mowing machine. ment st the World's Kxlr" August/ :,m.
bne doctor. Our best wishes follow born tight with an abcess on right Jos. Paxton, has nearly recovered froman :Special: permission was obtained from -

(hem to their new home. lung," writes J. F. Hughes of my DuPont Pineapples. are'-stlll being shipped la attack of la I'Ip..e.. King Kdward: to allow this band l to leave' I will be I foam! In I Ken Oulllo after I ''
small The ft'ult II
ijuaiititles. tine
The social dance last' Saturday night, Oa., "and eave me up. Everybody this fall, and the crop is /good, very J. S. Coats made quite a prolonged England. July (HI, and be prepared to ilo all kInd.
vas a most eojoyabe! 'affair.' Some of thought my time bad come. As a last stay at his LaUrnnge oiange grove hpear-throwlng contnuts are n dully
Eau Oallie's young people oame down In resort I tried Dr King's New Discovery Julius Outermouth has returned here attraction In the Igorot Village on the of work In this. line. Write me for estimates

arrlages while quIte a. number arrived for consumption. The benefit I received from the north, where he has been for Miss Annie Gideon has gone ou a visit. Plilllpplnn reKvrvatlou at the World's on your work. Reference If de-

y launch. Among those present were: was striking; and I was on my feet In a seerval weeks, on a vacation to her bother, Cecil, at HotHpiliigs: l Fair A target bus Ix-cn constructed of sired. Address

,fir and Mrs Theo. Carter, E. E. few days. Now I have entirely regained Va. bamboo with a large bull's-eye at which

.Johnson; and J. II. Phillips, of Daytona; my health." It conquers all coughs, H. Conkllng; bus gone weeks to Melbourne to Miss Ked wine, of Waycross, Oa", bas the natives hurl tho speius At distances. TIKM., F, KKLT.ET: ,
spend of before
.f|Mr. and Mrs Harry Christian Misses colds and throat and lung troubles leaving a for couple Kentucky where or so,he will bnen enjoying a visit with Mr. C. II. varying from :20 to AO feet. Box: 2u.: Eau Gsilie, Fla.I [ ,.
Sadie Snell Florence Hodgson and Mar Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. Magruder The hoys of the Moro\ vlllngu on Arrowhead _.
the -----
_|bAl I Whittier; Laurence Peek, Claude Price 50o and *1. Trial,bottles Iroe. enter Kentucky University as a Lakoln the Philippine\ "icaervutlon
student Ills friends wish him success Mr. and Mr.. Young and( Mr. and Mis
much rii
at the World' Fair furnish amusement
,/,Edge; John Shave, Joe Simpson, John
A. 1 1). Baldwin recently visited Mr. and for visitors exhibitions of
by giving
|,Utraddock, Leland MoMlllan, Jesse St,
. Clair White When h'lJ, \V. Naylor. swimming and diving. They aie morn
and others from Eau: Oallle. City. Other Medicine have
l'l Failed 11. J. Ma ;rudor, of Oak Hill; And I.aw at home In the water or In their little

Puts An End To All. Andrew Christensen- baa gone to Jen- take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has cured .sou their Mallrudor.ufTAmpa.root.ntlyvl..lted : parents, Major and Mrs. <1 1. IIMugriider. -. dugouts the elevated limn l on appionohes)laud. Unnntng to their out huts on,

A grevlous wall of times comes ns a re- sen for a few weeks. when everything has disappointed for they jump Into and throw one another iTHE i-'
laalt of unbearable pain from overtaxed sale by lied Cross Pharmacy Tltusville, Into the water, or get Into their cnnoe" :
[;Organs: dizziness backache liver com- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Eldred, were Geo. F, Paddison, of Eau Gallic was a row close to each other and wrestle, All :
plaint and constipation. But thanks to recent callers upon Mr. and Mrs. L nlont. recent visitor. here, soliciting orders for tho time In tbe best of humor. A I

Dr. King's New Life Pills, they put an P. E. Robinson is setting/ out a line Georgiana. the orange box material advertised I perfect rain of coin conies to the 1ml, Ii
tho
ADVOCATE. 1'addlson
lend to it all. They are gentle; hiltthoroullb. field of abbaka pines on the Fort Pierce Mr. Is tint from visitors i l'm
Try them. Only 23o at Rod road only a good advertiser but a hustler all Ily all means ilo not miss the Philippine ,
Cross Pharmacy TItusville, Fla. The scuppurmong grape SOI\IIOO i Is well, for he .secured orders from nearly government< exposition\ nt the Fair"
Mr. Olesen has had a fence erected about over here. everyone here. Nothing like advertli"' says (list jiilnay Optlo. It Is the lal'gelltalnpIe
around his brother's Ing in the E. C. ADVOCATK If went --- .
new pinery, and the you ; exhibit at the pair, with an ,
.. Eau Gallie. planting of pineapple slips and suckers Mr. C. D. Provost had his launch to sell, buy or exchungA.TITUSVILLE'S. organization, all UN own, and I It U n

has commenced. brought around from Hunau.i river Mon --- ------- --- wonder. To quote' Herbert M. Stone. ANHEUSER BUSCH.. ,

day. chief of the department of publicity of
Guavas are ripening fast and TRAINS.
,
very Mrs. Theda Hall and Mrs. Kate Carter the Philippine government exposition.
SARAH C. Honnsov PHYSICIAN AJ I> SuitOKON. ml\oyorders are arriving for them from Asso's.r.l"oll.IU.
Ban Gallie, Florida. points further north where It were calling on MeHcl.imes Hall and this feature "combines a sclentllla Brewing .
too
gets;
:
cold to successfully cultivate them. Hughes Friday afternoon.Kev. The following arc the tlnmn of arrival Interest for students of politics, civilization <

Alex. Near and departure of trains to and 'coni.mlcs! and othnolngy, with .T.nn I. Keg and Huh
expects to leave for New .1. B. Hawk pleached two most passenger
to the features which In vita)
Everybody seems enjoy
reading opular surpass
|York this week. I excellent sermons home Sunday. Ills from Tltusvlllo: I tied Hmtr.Bold I
ADVOCATE It is so full of Interesting human Interests. any of the OrIental !

The new shoo] building is almost ready Items. Go where you will along the health Is Improving very much. Leaves Tltll8YltI.snuTueuusn.for Miami and 8 00 i groups shown I In other parts of the r by Moors, F. A. Loalry snit t' 1
: m
(for the furniture.The East Coast, the pink paper stares yon In Misses Mary Allen Ada Hall, Yon J | grounds." It. L. /Mutl"wTltnsvlll"' .,ri..
the face.A i --- I
Owen Minnie Dixon and Kstelle Hall point at IOll; pm
jelly_biz is still on on the boom mid I'rcMMlntf.All .. Hjr Mr Hi r..t(MutlowCocoa, ria.
afternoon Clfiuiluir
[ind guavas are plentiful. few of our young people recently spent pleasant: with Uncle MOBTHBOUNDInterinaillata .
drove to Ten Mile" 'reek with the Intention and Auntie Hughes, Monday. Le"..'fltllnm.for Jacksonville 8:13 sn> -
II. U. Hodgson;: i is keeping up with his I work done up-to-date. Call and JOSEPH ZAPF
of enjoying a picnic but the Kov. J. II. Hawk called] )
was Monday .lIclloternoe.llat.lolnl.II' t tHSpraTttnavtll L
[neighbors by tidying up his home. SAO. me. Andrew! Oibson, at the Parlor
rain made it unpleasant. Never to attend funeral
morning the of Dr.
very
? for HmifoH 1 W1/ lUtberShnp on Washington avenue.
: s in
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ?f. Hoc1 son took alain the-lcss, they enjoyed thenmelves. Lansing, of Lau Gallic. George Badlso trrlve.1'tttls.lllefront Sanford 1:111I: <1('.11I r_ ,__.__-- --__-_.-n -___-____-_-.. 1 Sole Agent.
to Cocoa this week in the sharpie came after him lu his launch. _. .
-------
II. II. Richardson who bad been 111
Lizzie. NOTICE OF ELECTION.rdltl'r111c L 010 to (120: West Day Street i
for some time passed away on Tuesday Mrs. Alice Barnett, who has spent Lotus.This ,
The dance at Melbourne on Saturday afternoon, the 1Kb Inst., and his remains most of the summer hero with her pa- .. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

evening wan well patronized by tbe were Interred In our pretty cemetery, rents, Mr. and M rll. Hisuock, left, Tues _. .
(young people of Eau Oallle. the following/ afternoon. The deceased day, for her home In Jacksonville.Mrs. I U time waiment outlier of this. .11'1.'. ...... UP' llltKVAKU': COUNTY, ----
leaves a wife to mourn his loss, who has L at III.eaaeufrlcr/ds I / ,:
Launch 30 carried a jolly party ,to the the sympathy of all.Sulclilo Blair of Jndlanoln, Misses Eva season. East Coast Meat Market
I,lance /Ills It known, that I, It. rl.AY CKAWKlHUt,
at Melbourne on :Saturday: eve. ----- --- ---- and Nellie Owen and Helen Cannatta; Guavas are plentiful but ready sale U'ound Hnnrctarr of Ht.tot.r the State ..l Klorl.lu, tit>
-'apt.' Braddock In command. Messrs Walker Blair, Harvey Bower, for nearly' all. hereby give! iiotM1 thai a
'
lreventeil. (1. K; DUREN Agent.'r
Fred Frye and Arthur Sims were a ,
Mr. and Mrs. U. F; Treat returned to
Mrs. Baldwin, of Oeoiglan.i' was a GENERAL ELECTION
J Eau: The startling annoucement that merry party to the beach and return ,
Gillie from Norfolk, Va., on Tues- a preventive visitor here on Tuesday. a::
clay last. Their new home was ready of suicide had been discoveredwill Sunday. will lie holil In nrnvard faiinljr.MtSfs of Fl'iriuitcm ., ere pto
It Is getting dry here again; and some '1'10"* next mini'iinilltiK tli.* rime )M..iinl/iy
|for them. interest many. A run down system --- ---- / p''jr -
or despondency Invariably precede suicide trees aft needing rain. haclly. In N'lwnilMir.' + A, 0. I'''''', the said TuimiUy IeWg, -- 1 1H 1e
Wax Wnntlnjj Away, La.
We regret to chronicle the death ofDr. { the
and something has been found that Miss ITI.i returns 1 home Saturday -=-
Geiger -
0. )F Lansing, an old resident of K.iu.illie. The following letter from Robert K. NOVEMBER.Or.e !
will prevent that condition which makes EIGHTH DAY OF -
much to the of the
delight
((. The family are well known on suicide likely. At tbe first thought of Watts, Salem, Mo., I I..* Instructive.. 'I ; family. cst :
the East Coast; of Florida where they self destruction take Electric Bitters It have been troubled with klnduey disease Seed beds are planted, such as eggplants V..r lice(1"\ I're.ddrntlnl EIe..tur.. 'pt: ca..
have resided for many The de- for the last five\ I lost flesh IUiirtiMiiUllvK| rif the'Jnd ('.'K'"M.. ::::
years. being a groat tonic and! nervine will years. cabbage, peppers and tomatoes lunal i'1-lr'itor .florid. 1 In the riftriiliitliO.iiItrxin
ce.\ltelleft. a widow and several soon and strengthen the nerves and build the and never felt well and doctored with of tb. Unlt..ll4t.....
daughters to mourn their loss. The up leading physicians and tried all remedies Willie Ronald of Oond.illwas an arrival rue (><,...,n.ir uC tI,,, Mime 'if KlorMs., ,
Kev. J. B. Hawk conducted the funeral system. Its also. a great stomach, liver Monday, for it few days, visit with .. Hwiratary, if State ttt tb. Mint. nt "'...rllia./ _. cn[;
without relief. tried
suggested I
and kidney regulator. Only TiOc. Ouar Finally his brother after which they will return Attorn..y-4).nifnil' 'if th. "".t..1 "rlurlds, .
services at the Methodist church. In anteed by lied Cross Pharmacy.Rockledge. Foley' Kidney Cure and lose than two I'.."'IH.II.., of llw Stats nt rl'.rl.U,
torment in the Eau Gallie Cemetery. bottles completely cured me, And I am to Goodall the launch Petrel. >. 'rressur.r of the "t"te..t flnrlila.. -
Hii' |>er1nMnd<,in( nf rcibllo Iniitrnotlnn C7TITUSVILLE .
now sound and well. Hold by Ked The neighborhood assembled at the the HCSMf rtnrl'lu.r .
Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. Fla. horntl of S.: A. O.teen and fondly, on C'III..I"o.r. of Airr Fort Pierce. Saturday night: and engaged In an old of florlda..
i Per on.Jcntloe. of lbs ffnprein. Court nf the
kinds
candy pulling Games of all
were
.
I ij,"' We cannot guarantee to publish kept up until 11 o'clock when all "e- Cuts nr VIoM'lit ror.1...s gf yfarii.riirTbnM.fnnlr the Hnprame C'mrt uf

M. F. Goldsmith arrived from New Some of these days are limply hot. Items that do not reach this office before parted for their homes, well satisfied the State or Klorlila HOW TO SAVE ICE.The .
.
For >iMlIallroii York on Sunday evening's train. Service was well attended last Sundayat noon on Thursdays. with the pleasure of tbe evening.Malabar. of ri'irlda.fiit .

the chapel. San "H nator for th. I'Hh "nstorial District
Mrs. Strawderman of West Palm at tli* ntata of riorliU.r .
Beach I. visiting Mrs. M. F. Goldsmith, J. S. Coats has returned from Boston, Eden. ., On* MmlMir of th* \I.,,.... of Koprcxtntatlreo -
for a few day. Ga., where he has been fpr a week or two. of the Mtat of Jrlorlila.ITiir .
Ciiuntf Jo Harley Holmes and family of Fort Miss Redwine of Georgia, who resided 'I' sheriff. ,
lerk of the Circuit: Court.
Drum have been spending a few day. here for a time. Is now a guest of Major Mrs. Maude Richards gave: a small Guavas' are) beginning to ripen, .and Yros.nut/ngAttorn.,. H
in town this week Magruder's family. whist party on Tuesday evening. here will be a big crop County: 4.,_" uf Tsu"' ,
Tax C.D.eter; .
A. E. Trowell and wife left Saturday A. U. Smith contractor and builder, Messrs II. W. and F. B. Richards are Professor )(-.01'. U having land clearedfor I nunly Trtimonror.County .
patting a windmill for E. A. Ireland, HufwrtntmiiUmlof' ralillo instruaInn. -
np ao orange grove on the I Und; he .

+..K..Jf..h1..>at>Jf.N.>ftfXSxie..XYNa- -;.tf M.s e.Xt-miml.."ilom>rThrM of on tbe Ice bill
::: ...wM1l.NcFNNaF Mi. .. f tff'f..rf.cF ftf.FJfit.+fitrtcF. fal...: nev. II. H. Jones preached last Sunday Miss Lena Conkllng will leave I here Mitiolwrs uf tlm Countjr Knsnl nttihllc question economy
to I..it one that appeals forcibly to every
morning and evening, an appreciative soon for Lexington where she Io.lruet.nt.ror .
: P.A.TB.ON'JZn:: : : :: audience. to attend the Hamilton, Ky.,College. goes ",,,.11_ ot the Paw tit and fur th* follow-" housekeeper as well as to hotels, restaurants -

:* : IM=3 :JND'D"STrI.Y. ::: Mr Maude r.. I'.ichards, was detained Miss Francis Arnold and hiss Willette! Ins Jo.tl""I... fl.Irtot.aat>.I J(II.... Jtn.III Ki'It,. In fact, batchers to every,merchant grocers, druggists who ;consume: and

.. In Tltusvllle, by the tralu wreck and did Forest have returned from Tltusvllle./ 2 T M: 11 .. Ice In his business.
4a* -** not reach home until Thursday noon. where they were attending the normalschool. e 13 14 .. Numerous tests and careful ep rlment-
:: You have probably heard this sage advice, mod WE represent the only :** 1 e |It lea .. log' have resulted In the discovery of the
xorurConstable ..
*i left 10 \1
and Monday
INSURANCE Mr. Mozo family on -
Home Industry In the Insurance Bu.IDeu-TIJE SUWANNEE HAVIX ICK PAD ,which "
fur III DIsffa
In and following ,
}* -asa night Mr. MOKO was slightly III Mr. Hedge has bought place on the chamber
a
: OF of Lake Fla. trlets ID Ice box or the Ice of
COMPANY FLORIDA City, and thought a change would be beneficiaL east side and U now at work building a 'I. !C... V,, y<>. Vo.I your
will reduce
the
!+* :** house he will II II I" XIJ your refrigerator consumption
Recommended by the Florida Legislature ; In the pineapple
; ** engage ,
F : T H lie .. of your Ice 15 to UK 1.3 per cent.
F: 23T-We write policies anywhere In Brevard County. ::* Mr. II. W. Klcb.rds and family came business. a. s u: III .. The 1'sd I* an Ingenious little device theImpllclty -
I"< ..
** np from Stuart, by mooe-ligbt hut Han- The river 1 J. full of fish now, and the 6 IIin 11 aoInTiMtlnwny .. of which Is ono of its greatest
!:* SCHUYLER & WILSON. : : d. and are spending the week at the fisherman are all doing well, and the Whereof I h.r. hcrfiun. commendations. All you do Is to place
: aWe "olil homestead." mall boys are getting quite an income tic sol ror heed soil slnswl" ,lie UrattL. ton the bottom of your Ice chamber i'
: T1TUSVILLE. FLORIDA. J: for [ e.) Hol. lit the Sate' or .rl.nt.b. l a. T IU -
fishing trout with the Ice It and It will
Messrs Mast and Cromer retained on with book and line.TOT1 hMMM, the Capitol: ', this the first day resting upon ,
.: also Represent the Standard Companlee-ALL of which haysw of Depwrnbor A. I>. tw>4.H. do the rest. Write for booklet.
FIFTY YEARS. Friday from their outing. Mr. Cromer :
: stood the Tat of Tlme-OVER CLAVCHAWrORD.Hwratsry .
: x .tarted for the World's Fair, but owingto OLD NEWSPAPEKS Sale of P. O. WALTON AGENT.
.. .*. *.* .*. ** > ** *. .**w. For Sate ,
.. .. . ... . *
sickness In the family of his traveling Cheap at this office. To i. Sheriff of Br.,srd C011I Tltusvllle Florida.KA .
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6 COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 26. 1904. r

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_. I average cant of every, ton delivered> t o Florida East Coast-Ry i

I the railroads $1. .


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904


I Rural Delivery NotesUnder I OtfmBOVN -MAB DOWN. .000THIOlllf1l-lllAe E....

iiwN ".." I STATIC. "O.M '
JM.IJ') .!I71
the new law rurar tree dellr I IH.HTLv : hIIJ.
I ..iPi ..................... .. act va................ .....
I ery carrier" will not be permitted: to 111.,........,.. ....-.... ... .Jaok.UI. ...... ............Lr. A
I Y act us agents for newspapers or any / % A\ lu" .,.....................:: :...M................. .....::::............. t i
r 11 Sft a.>. ..*.............................HaeMoiya.U ... ......................." 6ualm=
other
class of business! and all papers .ta> ............................... frtlalkaAJT. ..::....:............ .. ....."
destined for portions on routes must -I. i
i bear the of 1110 p Ar... .........................Palask................ ,....... ..... a
Oranges name the pennon to whom c rhwrT' U 1610 LY ................ ... .....P..I..k..A.r 1 OOa .18 11I0
they are to be delivered: the carriersnot __ OO t
*e The quality I 010 II' ............. ................. ...... .. ........................Lv
being otherwise permitted to deliver .. ........... .....,. .. .. "
+ of the fruit .... 110. IR ]Ltao.... ... ....... ..... At TMt is
; and flavor depends upon them. Furors for perming along ;

the routes may be done V> a limited P Ly..t..N-.L..... ... ....::::.. .... .. ..... Ida
p .. ..........Boantts. ... .. ........
: : PotashOranges extent and when not Interfering with ......_............ ...........Dnpont. ................ ..... ........ I sNa Ma I
the : P .............................. Ormond ........................... .. I .
work of the Wa
route, but the department $ 1 p ............ ..................Dayton: ..................... ........ 4 Ma t III
absorb large quantities of will nee that the law In. rigidly t I yp ............................Port OTVIK"*..... ...................... Isla.
OGp ............New" *myrna: ... ............. ......... 4
Potash and the orchard should be replenished enforced. p .............................Qk Hill.............................. A 2ta9a ,
by a complete fertilizer rich Every rural mall carrier In the country } ..............................Thu..UI.. ................._...... I 13a I!
in Potash. p................................OooooRookladro, ........................... ... I Ha
ho culture!sclimtifle pnUIamOnrbook. who covers. what Is known att a full l 1 ............................. ................ ........:.... 'ar. J Jq
V giving/ full cifftnil.. will. bo mulled. free to any route will now receive $00 a month or ( Sol ......_...............,...Baa; Galli.............................. 1 Ma III t
q fnrmvr( who writes for them. t C >< p ............................. MeJbouraeSvbaaMan. ........._................ 1 .4a
d OKItMAN' KAI.I WOHKSI $720 a year. Carriers who cover .shorter f l ef It p ............................. ................ .......... 12 MaMa mi,
g .", York-." Nanmu "...... .. routes will not get the maximum + t i 01 ..............................Ok. Luele..Ft. ................::::.........I 1111.
'' AU......UK.-tl24! M K IIPO.ll lit. I 1.1 ................ .......... n.ro..?,... ................i GJp M a,
Bnlnry. e. ft. .:................:............Tlbbaia....._.._... ............. JOlt,
Within five S'enrs the number of rural Tri-Weekly Sailings M _..............................*sdw........................... ...... tie !.,
+ ------- -- i Mr Ip ....... ... ................... .a..n .................... .. .... j Iw.,
free delivery routes. 1ius Increased from M : .. ....:...,...Stuart. ..... ..........:::...:.... 11 s ; ,
GOOD ROADS GOSPEL 200 to about ;).OOJ. IIT.. Hp .:....,............... ...:.Hobe: Sound:.....:...................- 10 : :,'
i 1'' ''I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 154 lOp ............. _...........w..., Jnp1t r............................ .,,f
The rural service ,Is maintained on Eat .. P ....W. Palm B.aoll.Boynton .......................... ? ; :
two New" Ilan pshh'e lakes the carriers II ........: ; ............................... 1011'1'1 D 1 7..1;
HOW IT'18' BEING PREACHED '1Y AQ'f' Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) t loa r. ........................ .. .. .__ ? :
making the rounds on little steamers IWI O1 p .: .. ........ ......h LLaederdale..........:........:::..... 1 p I I
MISSOURI FARMER. obtained fur the and 110 I p.. .:.:............. ......Hallaodal. ...................-.. ........ : I;uiMl
purpose calling at The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service 14 H II .... ........................Lemon Cltf.Miami : ............................ fiif! *
-- I the houses and villages located hers t 08 P Art............... ............. .............................I.T. |! I.JOt,

IP. Ward Rang, Inventor of the Road and then along the shore. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

t Drav, Lecturing on III. Method '
Direct Service Between A-CT7ORD: BHAIfOH. O..A.NO OITY BRANCH.JUOp .
A'I' .( Inivrovlnar ('nant., IIhrbw..
,; I Man? Adopt the Plan. Opaao Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. e't r 8'1',1011'8. ; Mft.11Pmlly Dail e'D.dl 81'71_.. pall e'; 'I'MLT. Dv

The Missouri farmer D. Wnrd King Cures a cold In 24 hours. Do you ache (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) T OS ......... TltMTlIl........ 13 Mp 1010k ..ft. Bmjn.jLr 11
and feel feverish one or two Opaao Tab. SEMI-WEEKLY BAILINGS 119 ........... O'_n.......... 11 $*. t$tp 11 eta LT. L.k1 Helen .Ar i lap D 1j
i trfao discovered that country highways lets are just what you need, they tone Southbound. ..... ..... ...... .. I from Lewis Wharf, Boston U CIA..........BiiterprlM..........LvJ II m IhS ii 59.LvOranB. Cltr.Ar 100.11 ,
van be vustly Improved by use of a up the system and drive out all feverish Northbound. .......... .... .. .... .. _, from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville S W ............ Outord' ......... 10 to* 4 OOp 1146* Ar..0rt ,LT 110p pp

rood drag bas !been engaged to dellv symptoms. Don't take quinine; Opaao --- ., o. ., ice. ti-No ilea l4
is a tonlo which does lasting good. Johns River Line. w D.uy XATPOBTBHAJTOK. Dally ww
St.
series of lectures and bus turned to
vr a Clyde Daly. e D.Hy X>.Ur
Opaao Is a small chocolate coated tab- W Dally rmoBand'y*t y D.II7 oad<
Ir wver bis farm to others and is devot- let and is sold at 25o a box by Red Cross (Denary Line.) e

I' fag all of his time to pruuchlng the Pharmacy, Titusville, Fl... BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. 0l 11 p 100 l Ugp MBHa v J'ek.onv.Ar Tee. I MaMa Oo p 110 p
/ 15p ( .So.jMoa TUl S MaMa $ 01 Slip
k' gospel of good ronds.. Good roads meetings Stopping at Palatka Astor St. .ranela l Hereford (DeLand), and intermediate. land. p pIp Ida ltoI iii 10 M a ..Pablo a.. Iona i
have been held in various parts of tugs uu the Bt.Juhu' Hirer. rk P4 lop I 1* HoIII AtluttoB >ehAr. Ma T IS. IOt/p l !
A Tudor Uallant. STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. P U P *0 Ya n>ort LT ISO TW. t
Missouri, and hundreds of convertsfcave
+ beeu made. After rain in A gallant's toilet was no easy business Is appointed. to.all M follow I Leave J.k onvll1e. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30: p. ra. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS: AT
every and a slow or clumsy servant no Returning,leave Banford Mondays, WedneHiluyn and ITrlilays, 9:::10.) .. ui. MIAMI.
Missouri hundreds of farmers drng the doubt oath and blow If i orthdtound -
got Soutb-Jloulltl
many an 80HEI\1 Iwa,1, CLOSE: CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STIAMIHIP OF THI P. A 0. .. L COMPANY Fat
nmds In front of their farms, and the he failed to tie the points of the head down __ III'
road up Leave. a 311 p. m. ...... ..................JMJi jI l1Ie. ...... .. ............ .. .. Arrive 200... m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
cumber V>f them volunteer good hose, lace the doublet or arrange the Leave 840 p. m. .......................,....hlatk............ ......... .. .... .. Leave 800 p. m.
workers In Increasing every work.Mr. stomacher and if' tiled shirt to his mas.teL"1I Leave.. 3 W ". m. .. ... .. ..... ... . Asa.r. ... .. ..... ....... .. ._ leave. 7 30 I', m.
t Leave .30.. m. .... .... ... ........... ...St. .......nols.::............ ........ ... 1eave' 1011 P m
King's method of preaching good satisfaction. A gentleman's dress Leave .............. .. ...lieree..r.1. (UeLand) ..... .. ..._.......... Leave 12 Ofl .oon. The.. Tim Table.show the Unu*. at which" train. may ba aztl80Ced to arriT and tt.,."
methods of the had so many fastenings, with so Arrive 8 301a. in.............. ..... ....... Sanford. .. .. .... ... ..... ..Le..ve. UIIO..w. learn tb.. .several.. stations bold but their arrival or departure al sn* tlm... elated Is _. ." u.nt..d.
roads !is similar to the . .... .. .... Doe do* Company: IMi rto.pon.lbla l tor any daisy or any _..quen... arlinnR! tb.re i irom.
Arrive 10:00: a. 10. .... .. .... ... ..... ...En !.rprl e. ... . ... Leave 10 W a. m. -
much tying and lacing of his garments
old fashioned Methodist preacher .aye
together that It was Impossible that Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.r. .
r tbe Kanmis City Times. lie tells of the for Copy of th. LOCAL TIME OABD or Other XatoswtaAloa
be should ever get costumed (sic) without
awful possibilities for evil and for low M. IRONMONGERt."R., Asst.Oen. Pan*. At,:(. 204 West Hay JacksonTllle..Fla. I
assistance. Th long hose had to W. O.COOl'KR,Jr., Local .Frt.Aet. Jaokwmvllle. O LOVKLL, Superintendent Jacksonville. "BKE THE TICKET AOKNT."
% E priced lands. that lay in bad roads and be securely tied by a number of latchets Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville.. Fla.
+ A.O. HAOERTT. Oen'I Bantn P..... Ait. New York. CLYDK MII.NK:, Oon. Frt. Aift., New York.
t the inevitable rewards for good roads. to the doublet; the doublet itself T1IKO. O. KQKlt General Manager. WM. P CLVI>K ( O.. General Agents. t J. D. RAirmER, AMt. CUu. Pa... Ac nt.. BT. .&.t1GOlhLn s. I'LL.

Its does not urge any change in the was laced up the front and the sleeves, tCbosebrougb Building 1U State St., Opposite Battery. Hark. New York.

I road laws but be does urge a change being slashed to show the shirt sleeves, C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltusville Fla.Atlantic .

In the attitude of all good citizens to- had also to be laced sometimes.-"His -- ---

ward the road question. lIe urges that tory of English Dress," Georgians

they make it a personal question andsuMume Hill.
Coast Line
.
( the responsibilities themselves R'y /
of the road "Go On!" "Com On!" I ., .- .<' .. r
instead over
and blaming
None but those who In battle have ;. '" /. ..". ':f.... ,
seers go to work themselves and fix: been obliged as responsible commanders } I

the roads. Then he calls for converts. to stay behind can realize the full The Great Through Car Line from Florida. I

A4 each meeting over half the farmers ness of that misery. How dreadful are .

: present promise to drag the roads. the words "Go on!" to the man who TO THE EAST.

Many of them do, and others take it up longs to mingle in the fray and shout Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence
"Come I" instead. lIe who has via the Pennsylvania Railroad.
'; after they see their neighbors' success. on neverknown

The good results of the method are far the ecstasy of reckless daring
TO TIIK \V) ST.
which takes possession! of the soldierIn
reaching and there has been a grelterImprovt'Dleut The Louisville & Nallh.viUe. via !Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R.
a storming party knows not the most
lu the roads of Missouri
Intense excitement of which the human
during the past year than there has mind and body working together are TO THi: EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.

been in any previous five years. capable.-"Life of the Duke of Marlborough Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldhla Bos

Mr. King's theory which practice ," Lord 'Voillel.,.. ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah
ball demonstrated to be correct is that and Merchants' and Miner, Transporttalon Company for UaltU

+ ell clay and gumbo roads should be more aud Philadelphia. Y v ,

dragged with a light drag after each A Wisconsin man wants the crack in

rain or wet spell. The drag smooths Liberty bell mended. Never That TO KEY< WEST< AND HAVANA.Via .

down the rough places and fills up the crack is as sacred an the bell Itself. Peninsular A Occidental Steamship: Company. di.

rota. When the sunrdrles up the road

I It leaves a roadbed an .smooth and perfect Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points .

as a city street.

The discovery of this method, was MIJ KAGE TICKETS. ,

largely accidental. Five years ago he SUPPORTSCOTT'S Interchangeable mileage tickets Rood; over 13,000 miles of among the principal -

lived 0111 small but well Improved > railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal ajjents./

*, r + farm near Maltluml. lie was not particularly For reservations! and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,

'd+ Interetited In the good road FRANK U. JIOYLSTON, Commercial A(?t. W: D. STARK Trav. Pass Agt.
,' movement as a notional or state issue' EMULSION serves u abridge 138: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

bat the tour miles of road from his to carry th. weakened and II. M. EMERSON: Traffic Uanuzer. W. J. CRAIG, Oen'I. Pass. Agent.

i ''I farm to llnltllllwl're of great Interestto starved system along until It can find WILMINGTON. N C.

him. The road was of that soft firm support In ordinary food. 14 .I yH' .. as a.
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d f sticky red clay that In wet weather
S.nd for ..........p....
d I dings! to the wagon wheels !in great
' lamps and in dry weather !Is as bard SCOTT &: HOWNK, Ch.ml.u, G. A. R BE-UNIQN-BOSTOK
409-41 l'.a.ISlre.l. New, York.joe. .
A* rock and almost .its injurious to .and f i.oo| alt druggUu.\

q 5 wagon tires. I'aaslngwllgons In wetweather SE.AX30.A Rn: E1Irt.: LXNEJ: : 1.8 "th.o Of:
i, ; would dig deep ruts, and '' AUSTRALIAN BUILDING AT THE WORLD'S FAIR.
when the road dried up the ruts would :D.o1.n1 Route:: : :from 1oric1it

remain. At best the road was very

poor Many times when wheat was DIXIE FLYER -Very Low Round Trip Rates from Jacksonville

selling' at a good price and Mr. King *i8.5T-Via all rail, through Washington and New York. -,'" ..
O had many bushels of It the road wouldbe New York and Sound Line steamers.
{ $27.30-Via Washington, I
so bad that he could not haul it to WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE :$30.00-Via Savannah and steamer, or via Norfolk and steamer; meals and berth .5 !

j' the market and when the road finally while on board Included. .. ,,,,;, .

became passable the market would be DATE OF SALE-August 13: 13 and 14, 101.( 1. S. S t
low again. I
After many experiments he constructed Nashville, Chattahooga &: St. Louis Ry RETURN IIMIT-Aug\lst 20, 1VW. II
OF RETURN LIMIT 30
two EXTENSION -September 1904. I
1 a small light drag using

)y old timbers connected, with light strips Western and Atlantis R. R. STOP-OVERS-10 days;at New York on return journey. J

and begun to drug the road in front of --- ---,
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--- -- ,
- -
i { his residence. After each rain he Through coaches Jacknonville to Boston one change. Leaving Jacksonville. on -- -
HJSADQUARTKKS: TRAIN 7:50 p. m August 12. Through Pullman
would run the drag over It, and when '
S 5, ; DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH /Sleepers Jacksonville to Boston, with only one change.
this sun came out and the road dried upi MalloryLines
i\ It was In urfect l'olll1t1on.Yben he THE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINSOF Proportionate rates from other points. Complete Information on application to

,,; began to drag the road many of his A. O. MACDONKLL, Asst. Gen. Pa .. Alto S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt. _
y. neighbortold other neighbors that
TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY. JACKSONVILLE. FMJRIDA.j .
King was crll Y. Others told Kingbiyiatlf
that he The others _. .... SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
;(, 1 was uruzy. Stop-overs allowed at all stations on = --- -- ----- ,--- ------- -- -
dldu't anything, but they believed j
say line where there are Ticket Agents. BO YEARS and most the coo t-
thoroughly equipped steamships on
b.Q was crazy Just the same. But the EXPERIENCE passenger

Vii' experiment'" proved that King' method $20.0Coach( Excursion KIDNEY DISEASES -NO OVERCROWDING

was successful ami he extended his $:-J7.60! 15 days; 433.110: ; fIn< days; IMPORTANT][ STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED anther
/ratlona until he was dragging all 40.U5: Regular Season Ticket. harts'or
op of
the most fatal l of all dis hlp as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number
the road In front of hIs farm. Ills are indivldad l
I the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus all
insuring passengers
,; neighbors took It UI). and in a few TRAINS DAILY eases.FOLEY'S. II
service I and attention.
2 2
UM>ntl> the road from his farm to
TRADE MARK.
.Mftltlatid was as good liS any In the KIDNEY CURE Is I
Leave Jaoknonvllle via ". 8. r.,7:i4fl a m. Dc SIG PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FJUDAT.J)
sUU.Tr. Leave Jackaonvlll. via A.C. L.,8;0fi p. in. fiuaraatnd Riaidj COPYRIGHTS' Ac
' Anyone mmtlng a trb and .. (See Schedule of
1 qnloklr' aMOTtnin+ :rll opinion free w J.m..III: anInvitation Ships la Florida Times-Union)
.i>ap<>rln :' ( It Is estimated by the bureau of roadInquiry SHORTEST and QUICKEST: ROUTE. or money refunded. Contalna tlona. fr arlMlyamedsntLl..4k ol.1..( .tfancy fUr HANOBOOKon mttwriug pat.uta.Pat.nt PauinuB.n LOWEST RATES TO :NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH
for the United States that the SUPERIJ > tak.n a 00. reo.l*.
EQUIPMENT. remedies recognized by emi- tpwiai Hotlca, without:shorn: la the Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

a average cost of transportation over a THROUGH SLEEPERS. the best for Scientific .Rm rlta" FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
1 physicians as
dirt road Is 23:: cents per ton per mile.It tent -

t* within reasonable limit to assume Kidney and Bladder troubles. A liiinftvoinflty ITlQvtTAtAtt **0kly. 1........ *lpaulttoa Through ticket sold to It
'. all northern
of any.oi.n'ld" }naro l. '! rm*,$3 a point For full information regarding
that the average length of the E. J. WALKER Fla. P..". Agt. PRIGS SOc. sad $'." rev t four montJi4fU Bold bf mil newsds.d.n. tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservation tick.u, etc., apply ,
tributary haul to the railroad Is at Florida Passenger. Agent. & Cn.aeler..d..y.NewYark .
least four miles. This tuukex the Jacksonville Fla. hell Cross Pharmacy S..och Omas,Gi r at..WulllAct As. ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 I West Bay Sreet, Jaclsoniille, FloridaEAST

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TITUSVILLE. --

THE PEONY Opaac NEW YORK''f
-- Cure a cold In 34 hours. Cold, neuralgia } .
Sembler ".F God Point. That A****.* Fee or headache.'a few pa.'T'ablets
Cottage If. Rapid Growth !. r..v... will cure you to stay cured 'They are a
( It Is one of the easiest flower to great tonic, better than Quinine or Morphine \ Hotel Marlborough .
aa' a TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. handle. There' la strong vitality stored and do not effect clio henrt. Price ,
:2 I>o at Ked Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle.Knrrlr ,
up in the root no that It boon transportation
11 Open All the Year. without trouble.It Who Lam IIn...... Broadway, :JltKh and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.

Is a plant of such wonderful vigor "Tiiikiug about the ailment.. of 400 Room, :300 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electrIc lights. Con>
Good Board dusted on American and European plans, "Ihlill under the.
and managed
Attention. that on an average it doubles\ Its buds horses sad eHpvcltllly their f.H't." said supervision of the owner. '" person 1

T Reasonable Rate nearly every year. An Investment that the owner of several I tine iiiilnmU, "a > E. S. CROWKLL, Manager.
pays I DO to 100 per cent Is a good on. curious mistake common among blackuiltbs .
'd With the exception of a few ants In _.- _. !
Two door from F. E.- C. Railway was pointed, out to nu recently ----
Home localities It Is the healthiest,
plant
'
Station, Tltuivllle. I in the world rnrely troubled by disease by a veterinary surgeon to \,,11011I KIAMKSIIA: : LAKi:, :N. V. ,
took n horse that hud bt't.'ollIlmo .
wykF' vtA se a lf
.r fungus or Inserts.
gradually, with considerable heat in
-a MRS. A. J. SEMBLER Peonies are not Injured by cold, or
Proprietress. his feet. After glancing at the beast,
heat or ball which pounds other things KIAMESHA LAKE, *. ,
the veterinary quickly culled my attention
to ribbons. Sirocco and bUzzard K. b 'I Inn > '
are lameS ''
JACKSONVILLE. alike to them. Against all dangers being rlgh to the handed fact that, unintentionally most furriers, a SULLIVAN COt1NTY,

which affect other shrubs and NEWSYORK.This .
plantsthey lower the left side of the foot wore .
Ironclad. "
are than the right! wide. As a result the t i, .\. "'
:
They respond to the highest.culture, "
pastern dose! sot set quite even on the
PJYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. amply repaying any extra. care!, and coma Koue or the bone suspended lu- "New Rooklodgo" of the North, nestles In the mountains by.the :jai"?,
they are aa patient as a Ilocky roouu- ,
aide the wall of the hoof and In time side of a beautiful lake. 2,000 feet above sea level ''
the coiifiiHslon of tbe foot on the mad

produces soreness of the joint, which Ezqu .lte climate. All modern oonvenlenoo*. Large airy rooms.
Opposite could not exist If the foot were level.!
postolBce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and renovated "A trifle out Of joint so to speak, I t"Unitl1e1I, Holt and Ti>nnls. ?
t ,
the foot at night cannot repair the Injury "

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. ... 1 1a n-celved or the fatigue of the Most reasonable rates, '
dsy. It gradually gets feverish and NII.

Rates $2.50 per day and up. then tender, and the bone U suddenlyseen R, SHAKES, Proprietor j+

hundreds, of cases The lameness disappears .. .. .
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B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. in a few ,dnya if the cause IJItYN MA Wit I-A. : '
.w be removed by leveling up the foot 51\"'

cn refully."-. "". York Press' Y.\t

IH N. O'NEAL The war cloud is again doing an imYN.MAWK' 1'9'\\ \ !
The Mawr
overshadowing business in Europe. The Bryn Hotel ,

trouble with the European war cloudis i;
HAS LEASED THE xw,i f!: '
that it belongs to the variety known nt

ns wind clouds. Tbls one may turn out ,;, '
A TKRH VBONI' BLO aotr. ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) :
ARAGON HOTEL to be a cyclone.;
lain donkey with neglect and poor _
fare. They will do all they ClIO when Il'\Ilufl'lI liiicliu WiilVrn .

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It choked with weeds and grass and cure all\ kidney tioubles, stop pain In the '
OPEN JUNK TO OCTO1JKU.LKL.ANH For terms. eto., address'' ,
pinched with buck make Ions of albumen In the urine
Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 day and drought. Near me whileI ,
per upwards.
The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put In first-ola condition. write Is a clump la grass and hard impossible, and actually rebuild the
When finished It will\ be teoond to none In the city. New e.evator and ground which has bloomed twenty shrunken walls of the. kidneys. They
contain what U wanted to the a
Dew plumbing is being Installed. New and large aample years without care. romovu
room being added.
disease, heal the sore spot and strengthen 8TKUHV, M..II.r.UH'N .
Rooms with bath !
from May lat to Tov. let, $J per day There are oust possibilities of development
the whole orgitn. They never full to
before them. The numerousfamilies bring relief within A few hours and I cure
from different parts of the to stay cured. Hold: at AOo a box: by Red
EST OR ELAND HOTEL: West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE world have been crossed and the finestof I Cross l'harmacyTltu.ville, Kin. MAWK, PENN .

FLA. these are being crossed again. Com _.... _.. ... .
-- -- ---- -- ------ --- ------ -
pare the glowing splendor of some of
# American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened the: newer kinds with those we saw In

I this season. Fine cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Cold Water childhood.There are not on earth more fragrantor

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All attractive /flowers especially when HAVE YOU SEEN
mn8loK>d. They rival tho roses In ele-

t street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to t2.per/) ) day. fiance and fragrance, and In our own
climate they are far more hardy and

.' Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. satisfactory. Once well planted and \
cared for you ran let them remain for
'' yea n.-)d. 8. Harrison Nebraska.

+(The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. AFTER BUDDING. ,
11/' ; > THE
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.1-On the American and European Plan- .
Cwttlnc Off the Stmb fa Mldaumm
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant or a I.lttl Later.

,i family home. Rates: American Plan, :sfti.OO and f2. O; European, SOcts Where buds set on young trees lust i

and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.II. fall are doing well especially peaches

W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The laving mode! four or live feet growth,

beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the It is time according: to an exchange to ,
same cut off the stubs. The stub as many
management.
know Is the portion '(of the stock (threeor
four Inches) left above the bud at
ABLO IIEACII.4 he: time of cutting off the stock In WALTON BLOK ? I

spring. This stub by midsummer or a
little later Is to be cut off with a
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL, smooth sloping cut on the aide oppo-
site the bud. The growth of the tree I

PABLO BEACH, FLA. being active the healing process. beginsat

-- once, and by fall the wound Is nearly -
or quite healed over.
MAGNIFICENTLYLOCATED. In doing the work a sharp knife anda .1

steady hand are necessary, otherwise .e. .
1
Ocean Front, near East Coast he growing bud will\ be cut and partially fl
cat 3a, "r. 3ttw.. Injured or perhaps cut off entirely -
Depot. thus losing all the previous labor 1
f1 and care. To avoid thin the knife requires
ID OaAN Vii s 41oSt
Has all Outside Rooms. to be drawn not so much up.

PAf3LA T IAlagFLA, Sea and Sulphur Baths. ward but more to the right In such a
way that the point will\ come out by
RATES: *2 per day, *3 to *12 per we,,!-'. the time the stub Is cut through or a ..

little before. Several cuts may be neeeiMMiry -
FLOURNOV FLOURNOf, In making a nice, smooth finish.
Owners and Proprietors. Some persons cut the stock off close ..
above the !bud at the spring cutting, ".. 4.'\ ,
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----- -- - ------
I which Is not a good produce.! There Is "
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: FLA.
OLD SI3AHIIKEZI3: GOODALL "
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too much risk of the bud drying out ., I
and In addition the wound does not 1..1 '' ''
heal readily. But by leaving a stub of .;- ; 'rl. '

The Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE, three or four Inches the \living bark oa A NEW INVENTION. <{'r r.:
;
CSODALL, FLA.Is thin not only prevents, the bud from .. -
drying out. but aids largely in drawing .,."p'o ,

now open for the summer season, under the management of the ow ner, the life giving sap up to It. Then by ,
keeping the sprouts, which usually 1
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona start plentifully from tbe stock rubbed Recently Patented all Over (be World. .'

Beach the hotel is modern In all Its appointment., with large, airy, pleas off from time to time the sap Is directed

ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' Casino and Pier. into tbe bud. .
The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. "
....... The Walton. :
BbRACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager Two Good 0. PI. .
Hardly a property however crowded I t
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cannot be Improved by a well

matched pair of either tbe golden or Self-Locking Tackle Block.
tbe green leaved standard form Hpl .' ,

rwa opullfollu, most rapid growing of "J -
all splreras, or made more attractive This load-holding block Is made 'In various i

by the all season beauty of tbe pretty shapes and sizes( of WOOD, IRON :'i :

PboOnU vllloea. During spring and and 1IRONZK. Will work equally' well .;' ..
summer the leaves and flowers of the .r.''k 4
with rope, chain or wire rope. +!.
:, d .
latter and in autumn and winter Its .
brilliant foliage! and berries are striking Will work at any bight, upside down, ,,,.'t "

features. horizontally, or at any angle, and will; s ,
These two are thoroughly, good ornamental stop and lock at any point. '" .f .' .
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", plant., well adopted for general J.\ Invaluable for every kind of business ,
us The spine's are especially desirable
where a block Is Deeded frequently saving
for work of a formal character
the labor of one man or more.
such as to stand on the sides of an entrance
or along walk. I'botlnla vII. Nothing like It for hanging or stretchIng '
L4LW
': kma has been called one of tbe most wires.
jrtlF = - s. Useful of small sized trees In American Address communications\ to the}
cultivation. It really Is a large sized .'
r y shrub which lurn cluster of white Walton Self-Locking Block Go.
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flowers in May and red, highly ornamental
berrltM In the full Its stnull. (incorporated)
handsome leavs remain until late snd 9
are remarkably brilliant In' fall colorings f '' Office and WartroomKU Atlantic Are.Near r '

varlet. predominating. .f 91 fcowe's Wharf, Elevated Station. (' '

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BOSTON, MASS.
(1... R..t Pr......
K. Walker ef Arkansas state as a result -
of trials that
the peach has proved less satisfactory j ; t N iII N'' '
z'=. a'I: -i vooa T:]!] JOJ3: C>:J'IF:1:0:11: i
than moderate pruning when transplanting 1 of S. B. Hnbbard A Co., Jacksonville. i'IJI' ''i qfI(( '

DOES ALL KLiDS.OF.JOB PRINTING, NEATLY AND WITH DESPATCH, young trees. Call and see these blocks working

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RECEPTION- IN .......N...+.+.*.< ......N........NN.........

GRAND y. A. Morgan, Proprietor. B. R. Blakewood RegisteredPHARMACY rnrnt;
/-t; .INSURANCE TITUSVILLE. i iI

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JEWELERS: AND SILVERSMITHS! One of the largest and most enthus: :

41 Went Bay Street, astlo receptions held In Titusville In a I RED

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. long while was that of Friday evenin .

Largest stock In this. section of county last, when Dr. F. II. Houghton, of Co tanrusviiJLE
& London fe Globe, Hartford JEtaa. Continental,, Rome,
Established In 1808.(; I FIR E Liverpool umbus, 0., whose palatial house-boat, Ji'LOltlJ '
Northern Assurance, Phenlx, Fireman's Fund, Pennsylvania.!! weeks bee: 2
r Jiaa, for several
catalogue. Dentos
Send for descriptive ... 'of.f" ,
,f' moored to the Indian River hotel wharf Complete Stock of--

> -THEFLORIDA TORNADO Continental Insurance Co., of New York. ..;?:* ,,,..* Titusvllle, entertained In Chesterfiel< i DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
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'I. Out of 140 Invitations sent out,
J style. IPURE
.. Filled\ With the
,1 Prescriptions
J I with. their at the ftf
l)5;) responded presence
MOTOR Cfl( /fnsuranc Utmost Care and 1'romptitnde.$11
New York Life Insurance Co.-the great international life Indian River hotel, while the majorit,;
LIFE ."' *
FLA company of the world-Aiweta 852; millions, : 1 A : .' of the absent ones sent regrets for their : YOUR TRADE GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
DAYTONA, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery Brush,
2
of ,
Choice Line Cigars
"" be
ofAUTOMOBILES..... > ; t Inability to present. Braces Fine Candies, and all other articles kept
Carry a full line ; ; :' Toilet Articles, Shoulder ,
; ACCIDENT : Union Casualty & Surety Co.F of St. Louis, Mo.' > At 7:40: p.m. the Invited guests began : by up-to-date drug stores.
: and TIKES I. _. to arrive and fill the commodious lobby; We.give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. :
.....In stock, a180 of the Indian, River hotel. The ladle ..................................................

r MAKINK and STATIONARY GAS:!( SURETY BONDS Fidelity & Deposit Co., of Mar land. looked resplendent In their varl-colorec -- --

LINK :ENGINES, gowns making, and ODe presented Imagine; the a very winter gay tourls scene- E. L. ::se.: ..:c-Z d<;j ::S O.,:

DYNAMOS, Represented by had already commenced. EvenIng -DEALERS IN- ,a
r rMORGA season
MAGNETOS, dress wl\8ln order with some of the GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
BATTERIES!: :
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: cb 'P .ALTON' the others wore cool ,
r lentJenen: while for MAPES FERTILIZERS
EVAl'ORIZKRS, We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent.
summer suits. line of goods and solicit the trade of all iers.
FLORIDA. We deal exclusively In the above con'lIt
SPARK:! COILS TITUSVILLE:, -
Dr. Hougaton, assisted by Miss Alice Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
and PLUGof ---- ------ Sanders, of Indlanola; Miss Hattie Carpenter E. L. BRADY A BRO. '. TITUSVILLE, FLA.W. .

all kind*,. and are offering them tor ANOTHER INLET TO OCEAN, WAREHAM ESTATE.Our of Miami; and Mr. Chas. II. Walton

Bald at... of Titusville; received the guest

..OTTO JET.XO33S... COCOA BEACH: Aug. 25, lfI04. Boston respondent writes and bid them a hearty welcome.At E. GOLDSMITH
,
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General M.
the ADVOCATK that Stephen
Editor East Coast Advocate : 8 o'clock the Indian River Bancappeared
ew In Weld a member of Canaveral -Dealer In-
They have bargains prominent bandstand and renderec
Dear Sir-We seldom see anything I 1 In on the

; KNOX, the popular and newsy ADVOCATE about Ipcllan Club River, near several Tltusvllle visits, who, and has whoa paid popular airs of the day anti 10 p. m., STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT Affl A

BUICK, Cocoa Beach, so I may toll you that t.hls of much to the pleasure of those present, PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
somewhat several -
unexpected marriage
WHITE, place was recently visited by Mayor W weeks created much excltment In'' who enjoyed the band performances 1mmensely TITUSVILLK FLORIDA
Roesch and Postmaster. H. II. Glen.... ago -several strangers remarking;
DE MOOT, Boston and suburbs Is apparently barIng ,.
son, of Eau Gallic, for the purpose of bls. that the band waa a credit to Tltusvllle.
GRANT-FERRIS!, the happiest of honeymoons the band Dr RIVER ICE FACTORY
having the land surveyed for an tale In addition to eoioying: INDIAN
r MARINE & STANIONARY ENGINES; between Itanana river and the Atlantl beautiful estate at Wareham, so remote iloughton made special arrangement! TITUSVILLE:! FLA.Is .
from civilization It seems though no unpleasant -
ocean at Cocoa Beach The proposed- with Manager Bast to supply the guest; to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked: or loose. Special attention!
them
elements prepared
AU Ind.ot Inlet Is to be at the old out on Hazzan ever penetrate of the evening with ice cream, cake,, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto. *
LATHE WORK The house, a mile or two from the aristocratic and at thIrst Proprietor.
IIrown's homestead, about one half mil claret punch and lemonade, < T. T. WETMORE
.*A Speolalt little station, Tempest Knob, 70 and
1 ] south of Cocoa Beach. This new isle sitting there were between
and reached by.a moat picturesque drive.,
will be quite a boon to fishermen In tin 80 guests In the dining-room, and 'the

Write for Prices and Tornm. Banana river, as it will allow so many; Is splendid beautifully view of situated the harbor, commanding, with a background a second sitting brought/ in about 30, including TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

more fish to come from the ocean. tbe host and reception conrmitteet
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of woods and country. The
The drgdge-boat will soon be here, Rnd grounds are artistically laid out, and the Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
we crackers will be quite excited. both and At 11:30:: p.m., the reception was Wood, ,
floweis and shrubbery are rare
There Is evidence of a rebuilding her brought to a close, all present returning AEI
effectively placed. Hatter!! than all .the
; 4
us many fishermen are located on the hearty thanks to Dr. Houghton for the ;;'

river, some living in old houses a loni rest hale, the and General happy. looking It Is expected tremendously thai- pleasant time he had given them that Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick.

time vacant. One prominent fisherman evening. I
will Dedham with his bride
he return to
'vsFine has built residence south of llortlU! The night wan a beautiful moonlight Offices foot Dt Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Jfo.SJ

lands, and there are more to follow. next: fall. ______________ one, with a pleasant, cool breeze blowIng J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.

Mosquitoes are not quite so bad hen DIED AT FORT PIERCE. which made It quite enjoyable-:

.aa they are at some places on the mail more especially so, as there were no I -

land, and a healthier place It Is hard tifind. Mrs. B. B. Baldwin, of Fort Pierce,,, mosquitoes to worry tbe guests. I The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the Gate

Bear, deer and quail are plentiful, but formerly of Titusville, died on Saturday On the whole the reception was quitea

but this Is the close season last at 8 p. m. of paralysis. success, and those who attended hope a YAiiktf
A CRAOKKH. Mrs. Baldwin had a stroke of paralysis he Doctor will give another at some W'rm.: -A._ :Sours: & Ca I

...' about ten years ago, and has been more future time.
A LETTER FROM MICHIGAN or less helpless until lost Thursday, when Dr. noughton expects to leave for GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

Liquors, Wines, Beers, she had another stroke, from which she Columbus, 0., in a few days. ,

Ales, Stout, Eto. FHANFOIIT, Micir., Aug. t.7. 109" died. '
Flour Grits Meal\ and Fertilizer!
,
B37Send: me your order! Editor East C Coast Advocate: The deceased was quite an elderly lady,, CHURCH NOTICES. ,

e TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA Dear Sir-I have not forgotten you and leaves a husband and two stepchildren aP11R11. run9Lti" 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ARtl.lor ,

and other friends away down South 111 Mrs. M. F. Goldsmith and Mr B. F. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Warehouses tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Sy>MTUrnlps
...................... Florida, If I am having good time In Baldwin, besides nome relatives by a divine service, on: Sunday next in St. farina, feed. on --

: E. Vesey Hall i ; Michigan. The EAST COAST ADVOCATI former marriage to mourn her loss. Gabriel's church, morning and evening.Rev. -- --- -
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:1+1 4I=61 E j IIII E3! B
Fla. ', comes quite regularly every Monday Mr. M. (1'. Goldsmith, who was in New W. F. Shoemaker will. hold ser rR ;:
Georgiana,
< > evening, and then I find out what li York, was telegraphed for, but did not vices in the Methodist church In Cocoa, ( SZ31iTh: I'OIt ;' IaTa.

: : Boat Builder i ; happening In Brevard county: arrive until Sunday evening next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I Ii
This Is a pleasant place to live in for The Interment was made in the Fort All cordially Invited to be present. i

;ONIVYFIRST-CLASSWORK.< [ a abort time In the summer, but I would Pierce cemetery at 2::;>0 p. m. Sunday.A -and Kuta Bagaa.
I Write for Estimates. Services at the Titusville Baptist t '
< not give up my .home In Rockledge for Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pear).

...................... Anything I have seen here, It I had U NEW LAUNCH. church on Sunday August 28th, as fol-, c Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.
Bible School at 10 a. m., preach-
live here. It la as the old Norwegian owe : Seed Potatoes-for fall, N). 4 Rose and Triumph.
wrote back to his friends In Norway i: The 'l'i Tlcusvllle; Fish Co. has bought a ng at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. You are Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods! Etc

William Ilindlo, "They have three seasons here-July,, 2.J! b. p. naphtha engine for their new :ordlally invited to worship with us. L

TIN; COPPER AND SHEET IRON) August and Winter." That Is all right,, launch, now being built by S. N. Glad- HOWARD B. GIBBONS I Pastor. II I I L. Gd.MLI30N.: Sood.SD:1aJ1: : : ,

but I cannot say the same for July.I win, of this place. Mr. Pierre Titus FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING I 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. I Imru. l lr
WORKER send you some samples of birch purchased it the first of the week, for
v remember the ADVOCATE office
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting.GALVANIZED bark, taken from the trees In the woods the company. The new *boat la 5-ft.. :!:J I:; SSL _N i.g%
bore. Yours truly: long and 7ft. beam, and will be used
IRON STORAGE J. J. WniTK. for transporting fish from the fishing ARE( YOU LOOKING,.

TANKS MADE TO ORDER grounds to Titusville, sailboats being :Now Is the Time: : -

Your Patronage Is Solicited. ANOTHER LAND-MARK- GONE. head rather winds.uncertain during calm weather or ...FOR BUSINESS ? '10 CALL AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF A

COCOA, FLA. It will\\ be regretted by the numerous Fi.c..e: :iamona: : .

Friends and acquaintances of Dr. Charles DESPERADO CAUGHT. If you are, then ADVERTISE In the Our stock Is very large, and we. are In a position to show you any size,loose or
Stanley itching B". Lansing, a substantial citizen and nounted gem that you want. Our specialty is Fine Diamonds and IllghgranaValtham
EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, one of the most each and(
1 proprietor for number of years of the A desperate negro criminal was cap. (l and Elgin Watches. Diamond Biooclies, from f.00; to (1,000 1

-Dealer In- popular Rod Drul store, at Eau Gallle, tured JIlt Hawks Park, this county: the widely circulated papers in this state. money saved on every: purchase.Hless .
Your outlay will be small, but
FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS to learn of his death at his home at that first of the week. lie had knocked the money
,, your trade will be materially increased. : &
the 22nd Instant. lie passed! jailor of I1revard'count.y down and escaped Slager
I t Tobacco, Pipes, Caudles, Fancy China place, on One of Jacksonville's prominent mer- ,
and Temperance Drinks. away In the presence of his beloved wife, into this county.: Sheriff Turnerwas
tiants recently wrote us : "We Inserted DIAMOND WATCHES & JEWELRY.
The following brands of cigars deliveredat children and a few friends, who mourn telegraphed for, and as he reached
$2.23: ; per'box of CO\ : the loss of this fine old man and father Orange City, a telegram was received our ad. In your paper for three months, 11 and 13 Main St. A. O. L. WATCH INSPECTOR. 3:10: W. Ba99t

Hum bold t, Key West Smokers, Promos, most sincerely. from Sherff Drown, of Titusville, not to as a trial. It has already done good, so

Cremo, Cubanan, jr\>halskl.JFHch some as the desperado had been recaptured lease Insert the ad. for another nine

Cards, 50o.; Hand Made Palmetto UETUKN3 TUANKR.Mrs.sA. ; and back to jail at Tllusvllle.Volusla .- nonths.." THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
J Hats, Wo.:l County Record.
STUART, FLORIDA. V. Lansing and family wish, That Is how live, up-to-date merchants
through the medium of the ADVOCATE,I peak of the ADVOCATE as an advertisIng '
) AND THE FISH SUFFERED. t.- OUR PRICES ARE KIOIIT
to; hereby express their kindest thankso medium.
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Robbins & Graham Co. all their numerous friends who so ___ -_ _, -c-c---'c,' _______ ____ __=-_---" <- --- \ 1S
kindly and generously helped and assist On Monday of this week the Misses ..

(Incorporated.) ed them In the care and attention showno Maggie Collins, Frankie and Zandle Stewart .

PAID UP CAPITAL ':23,000.00.: : the ate Di'*C. F. Lansing(husband and Mr. Wtn. Meaner\ of this place, GLOBE

+ This company owns and father of the family) during his recent went on a fishing expedition to Salt r

Illness and final interment. The Lake, near Tltusvllle. A large( ) catch .
'!- u 1ST :3D S, beautiful floral decoration of the casket Is reported, among other things a little a a S *

a. the Indian River Country; On the St. and grave Is evidence of the kindly feeing 'coon, which was brought home In a bag. GASOLINE !

r River and of friends, the memory of The party report a most enjoyable
Q : Luol River; at New on Bay many l U
which will\ last Indefinitely by the grle.ed .,- day's outing. r'
Blswtyne. Prices to suit the times.
t and afflicted family. ENGINES : :
Send for Land List MRS. A. V. LANSING DEATH OF MAJOR DAWSON. MARINE !

Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. :.0:
,: Mr. I.. M, Dawson received a telegram, t ji;
TEACHERS SOCIAL.
SCHOOL Wednesday night at 11:13: that hi.father > 0 S.R GIAyE; I I -

Hodgson Bros Major L. B. Dawson, of Narrows, I I'oj- := j
," On Saturday evening last at the relll-
dead. Although the train was
EAU: : OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. lence'of Mrs. J. N.Feaster, Lemon St., was then whistling for the Tltusvllle station, 1
t rUusvllle several of the teachers of the
Marina Railway., Mr.Daw.on managed to catch It, and ,
i last Coast Normal gave a very enJoyable CO.M -
S Geatral Merchants and Ship Chandlers. party to about 28 of our townspeople his wife followed him ,yesterday after 4"Y THE S. B. HUBBARD

i ..Special Facilities.. > and visitors. Games of various noon. Just three weeks ago, Major ic

for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing ilnds were entered into with consider Dawson. wedding.was In Tltusvllle attending hi.son' -..A.GJ1N"TSI: : 5 _2

Yachts and Launches able spirit,_both Inside and outside the .*

Mcatloa the ADVOCATE when writing. touse, and the party -ended the fun Are You Going North? Jacksonville.. Florida.I S ::-='

..4OVER about 11:40 p. m.Refreshments .
r FIVE THOUSAND OF \VAL- of cake and lemonade Do not fail to get your tickets via the t u:
A ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use wen liberally supplied during the even- popular Clyde Line, from the agent, -
by boat owners In the United States. and all who attended the social re C. n. WALTOJC, ''WRTTEJFOR CATALOG AND PRICES.
IDg,
Price $4.00 and $3.00 each, at the ADVOCATE Tltusvlll.,.FU.
office, Tltusvllle, Fla. port a very pleasant time. ,




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