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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: September 2, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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FLORI-DA. SEPTEMBER 1t '9 19O4. PRICE Go.I ,tf
FRIDAY ,
,VOL.. 15. NO. 3. TITUSVIL.LE- ',\
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Edei. Mr.\ Geo. A. Worley, of Miami, a AMONG THE HOTELS.. 4)1
-The plasterers have been busily engaged -Major Alex. St. Clair Abratns, Jack -Mr.J. II. LeTourueau, one of -

LOCAL NEWS, this week in the vacant store the pleasant visitors to town yesterday :: Mr. O. H. ,manager
law bu.lnesa.1111I ,. town among
yesterday.Mr.
yesterday '
the ADVOCATK building.Mrs. upon
r And Topics of General interest. Grange-Semtm) hotel I", at West Palm 1

F. M. Taylor, left Wednesday _;\ Catherine Same, of Courtena; ,. A. R. Moore, a prominent citizen Beach, who him been making Improverqent j

i THE ADVOCATE; for a visit with Mrs. Orlando Quarto has returned home after a lenA'tbonedvlalt of Merritt, warn a business visitor In -Mr. M, D. Prloe, one of Miami's at- on his place at Enterprise, was In (,1

with friends In South Carolina and town the first, of the week. torneys has been In Tltusvlllo a coupleof his to Dade j
$1.SO annum In advance. man at Chester Shoals House of Refuge< town, Tuesday, on return ,
", $1.00"per.Ix month. '. Tennessee. -Take note of the new ad. of Bowel days ibis week, attending to a law ; county. \ ", ,'|

,,:, $2.00 per an. to foreign countries. and Messrs.M. b. Same T. II., Sanders of Courtenay, of Indlanola were In;; SEE THOSE A Co., wholesale and retail dealers In case before Judge Jonen. I Great preparations are under way In :?(fj

SIT" Reading notice ads. are ten' cent attending the special Bannister $3 (O Ind to.OO Shoes, onlyat whiskies brandies, wines, beers etc -Mr. E. L. Brady and daughter, Miss the re-decoration of the Windsor hotel r|
town on Tuesday, "
[per line on this pa e. i meeting of Freemasons. J. R, Walker & Co.'s, Titusvllle.\ on our 2nd page. Daisy Brady, who hnve been In North Jacksonville: and of \having(; everything:: |1hi j

When you subscribe for the ADV. of -Much favorable comment has been Carolina for several weeks, are expected readiness for the opening of the hotel 'i ,;
Dr.-W. L.. tlngblett and family,
CATS .by the year, It does not cost you "-Mr. T. A. MacRae, of Jacksonville, made' this summer upon the almost entire home about the 15th Inst. on Saturday, Sept. 15th I tho date set by :/I
Included. Cocoa who have been doing the World'sFair
week
, bras cents postage; ,
per who resided in Titusvllle several years absence of mosquitoes In Tltusvlll. F. '1'. Cullens An army of
;
' la at St. Louis for the past two weeks, Word received from C. A. Gardner1! Manager
; THB EAST COAST APVOOATK: on ago, has been spending several days 10 rushing '<
, ale at the following news-stands, at five town his old time friends. are expected home In a few days We can do without them. who, with Mrs. Gardner, are spending I painter have been employed, ;

\ Bents per copy : among W. Scobie and -Mrs. P. G. Walton and little daughter .. some weeks in Gaston, Ala., says[ they the work, so that the rooms will be dry
Mrs. Geo. daughteiMerle
Tltnsvllle-Red Cross Pharmacy. -Mr. C. C. Chlllingworth, a prominent !- CorInne left here, :yesterday afternoon are well and enjoying themselves Im and ready for guests.
,
Sooble Jr::'
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. and Mr. Oeo. W. are
.. attorney of West Palm Beach, was a expected to arrive In Titusvllle today, for Asheville,C., to,spend a fey mensely.Mr. Last Saturday night the house count ,

I our Note paper date or of wrapper expiration every printed week. upon Thisa pleasant visitor to Titusvllle on Tuesday law; to spend the winter at their homo here. weeks with/Mrs. F. A\ :Morgan. Wm. M. Brown, president of the of the hotels. Bretton Woods, N. It., '
and attending to some
Wednesday,
i receipt for your money. No need< -The usul annual emaminatlon of Fort Dallas National Bank, Miami, wh was six: hundred and thirty-three, the ,I

>r us to send receipt for subscription matters. -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Scam teachers for Brevard county will, take has been spending severaj week. In New Mount Washington having four hundred / : I
he date gives I it to melt, Eau Gallle, at 7:13: p. m., Monday, Both
you. record.
; ON- .
RED AND BERMUDA and two and breaking the
WHITE place In the High School building, TI- York and Boston, will return to Titusvltle ,\
: for sale at the Red August 22nd, a lovely little girl. Both and the Mount
; ADVOCATKS Ion Sets. $".60 per bushel. tusville, next Tuesday, the Oth tnst. on the 10th Instant. the Mount Washington
|ross Pharmacy, Tltuaville.3r. 24-8t Crenshaw Bros., Tampa, Fla. mother and baby are getting along very Peasant| managed; by Messrs. Anderson \ '
. nicely. -Mr. F. A. Morgan left here, on the -Mr. Otto R. G rosso, one of our suli A of Hotel Ormond are running
' D. E. Austin, manager of Whit -Mr. R. W. Rhodes one of Miami' for Jack. scribers In Providence R. I. writes u. ; Price "
1))' Gents Furnishings, Dry Good., Shoes, early morning train, yesterday well ahead of last year. At the mid. "
Itt, Is In St. Paul, ,Minn. prominent merchants, stopped over at will leave for Mer '
Millinery, Furniture-remember the tonvllU, en route to Asbevllle, N. C., I to that he end his family season bull, Friday night, ,seven hundred ,
of citrus Titusvllle a day or so the first of the who have been I In rltt Dtb. Mr. GrosHi", ,,
-If you are thinking buying Large Brick Store. We lead In low join his wife and son, on September people were", present. The Bethlehem

a, do not fall to read O. W. Conner', week, on his way home from New York, prices. J. R. Walker A Co. that city several weeks recently bought a place at Merritt. Mr. contingent had a special train for return
4th to look at his fine'orange grove In the Grouse's wife and family have been spendIng "
on our page. Tltusvlllcnirles after' the dance, and forty drove over
THE NOVELTY STORE. ,
Turnbull hammock. -Mrs. A. J, SembW' proprietress of three month In Nova Scotia. .
E CRBXM- Titusvllle who baa a nice line of novelties, station. from the Crawford House. Althoughthere
the Sembler
and Saturday at the -Among the pleasant callers at the Cottage) candle Geo. G Gleason sup.rln no'' tournament' special
Every Wednesday been visiting her mother and sister at cry, pictures, fancy dishes, -Captain was
Red cross Pharmacy, Tltimville. Ai>veoATB: office on Wednesday after- Eustis the past two weeks, is expected toy., etc hand oentcounters. [I.li tendent of the Florida East Coast" Canal vent on among the guest of' the Mount

noon were Mrs C. O. Blytb, of Orlando; Transportation; : Company, Is In the Pleasant Hotel, ;N. II., there were
Applications for furnished houses home Sunday. -Mr. E. D. Olin, editor and proprietor .
,
Miss Nettle LI.k. of. OoalaMlss;| Catherine city today. having run down from New counted Tuesday, at noon, one hundred
,drooms, are beginning to roll Into this Same of Courtenay and Miss Jessie J Andrew. who bas of the Free Press, Southern: Pine,, I
; -Attorney m" River thl, morning In his launch. To i a and eleven players and caddies on the
mce. If you have anything:: to rent, Sanders of Indlanola. been visit with relatives N. C., was a passenger on Wednesday
C. enjoying a al representative of the Metropolis he atat Bretton Wood links, all active la the
!.nd the ADVOCATE your aditCapt. : southbound train, on his way to 1\lel.
Buy yoiiriSewlng Machines of J. R. Ormond, passed through here, Monday, ed that the work of opening< up the canal game of:golf. ,

Chas. Fulton has, this week, Walke "''.t! . They meet all competition on his way to Fort Pierce. Mr. Andrewi bourne}.to spend a few days. this aide of Fort,Lauderdale had all been ,

staining and hard-oiling the floors, as'to prices, terms, etb.Mr. says he Is too busy to go north this sum. Your attention la drawn to the fai finished, and the dredge would DOW THE NEW 'BRICK,

rand j doing other work to Captain J. O. mer. that "delinquent tax list of the town move northward from that 91nt.-&lI. .

:Walton'a cottage in South Titusvllle.!! has-been.'Jobn spending A.. Flake a couple, of of Lotuswh months. at NEW CROP CREOLE ONION SEED, of Titusvllle\ Is published in this I..ue., ami Metropolis, Aug. 41st. A carload of the new .aDd-l\Dd-I'me ''.

,' URNITURE I I IF the Klamesba Inn, Klamesha;N,"Y., hat 24-8t Crenshaw Bros., Tampa, Fla. If[ your name Is among the list, 'OU -Mr. and Mr. J, Loilllard ,Jr., and brick was received at the E: O. L. & H.Co. .

Our stock Is, complete, we pay the returned to his New York home. Mr. -We are In receipt of a copy of the would do well to pay your taxes 3rd.WttWSr beforeth three bright little children; also Mrs. C. .'* yard, Titusvllle this week, and a

freight.; Get our prices. J. R. Wai FIske will leave for Indian River about Minneapolis Journal, sent by Mr. J. A. legal sales day Monday, Oct. A. Howard, mother of Mrs. Lorlllard, very fine brick they are. Good brick ,".

"'ker A Co., fitunllle.Mr. Oct. l.t. to spend the winter.A Modiste. who owns a beautiful winter YOU WISH TO DRIVE call arrived In Tltusvllle on Tuesday, from have been made from Florida clay, but ...

'- A. T. Toaster, one of the prom. launch arrived here from Indlan home at Frontenac, twelve mile. southof upon the Titusvllle Livery" at rear of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Lorlllard hotter one are DOW made from Florida

', 'ent merchants of West Palm Beach, Titusvllle. It tells of a terrible stormIn Robbins' law office, for a stylish up.todate have rented one of Mr. Geo. M. Robbins', sand, and our people should examine ,
'
It I former resldenVof! Titusvllle, stopped ola on Wednesday, with a merry partyon that section of the United States, In rig. Leave your order for cottages the north end of Titusvllle for those recently shipped to this town.
board follows Mrs. C. O. Blyth I'
jjyer here on Monday, on hls-way home as : ,, which a great many persons were killed all kinds of double and single hauling six: months, and have had carload* of These bricks were made at Lake Helen "
Miss C. Same Miss Nettle Lick Miss J.
'inter a visit to the World's Fair and var Sanders nod untold damage done to property. Feed and sale stable a specialty.J. furniture shipped here. Mr. Lorlllard U ''I and sample of different color can be
C. Sanders, Mr. T. S. Chas. II.
']ons western towns. M. OntiAtr, Titusvllle Fla. a nephew of the late Mr Pierre Lorlllard. seen at the AUVOOATB oftloe. One of
Sams Mr. and Airs. R. B. LaKoobe. and
Master Rufus Robbins will leave I
whose palatial houseboat, Calm,n, wasa II the Improvements over the ordinary
hit Mrs. J.... Prltohard Mr. F. T.
i-Mr. John R. Walker has rented Clement LaRocbe. They returned home I
here next Wednesday for Providence, R. pleasant and familiar sight on Indian Florida clay brick I is that the sand-aud- .
and Miss Fannie after I
Judge Budge, i a
street formerlywn the
Hopkins same evening.
on
'ttage I., accompanied by his father Attorney New York St. Louis River and Luke Worth every winter until lime bricks are Impervious to water.
the Bonknlght bouse. ThIs Peasant trip to I e
as MALLORY LINE TICKET FOR SALE, Geo. M. Robbins. Rufus has bad his returned Tltusvlll she was but ned at New Smyrna.: Mr.LonllardOiaa They are for sale at the same price a*
other to
A. E. Dean, and the house and places, I
see Mr. Fernandina to New York and Return, name enrolled on the books of the Nautical not been In Titusvllle In the Florida clay bal k.
111 be to receive boarders this on> Friday nlght'a train, and on Sunday; I
open School .
First-Class. Cheap. Apply at the Preparatory a permanent
nter. All Mr Walkei's cottages are fternoon }lr. and Mrs. F. '1'. Budge, twelve years, and notes several changesIn Life. In America says Brick are now
ADVOCATK: oflloe, Tltusville. institution conducted on board the ocean Stella and the baby returned to their that time. We hope our townspeoplewill being made of clean and and ground

.w rented. steamship Pennsylvania which will leave endeavor to make If pleasant for quicklime that are said to be a* substantial

ED AND WHITE BERMUDA ONIon -Dr. F. in Houghton after spending Providence on the 15th Instant for a home In Miami, leaving Fanny and this estimable family who may make a* granate. Tbey coat |2.BO per I''
,
i about two months in Titusvllle, on board Dorothy with their grandparents. 1000. The mixed Ingredient are forced
mile cruise which will take
..00 bushel. 10,000 eight
Sets. $ per Titusvllle their permanent home. steel
I Into a strong cylinder-mould by
his houseboat Dentos took his
departure -
t Crenshaw Bros,, Tampa Fla. months from the time of leaving Provl- SPECIAL SALE- means of a screw. After the air ha ;,

I yesterday, for his home In Wester- deuce to her 'return. Among other Until September 13th, we will sell all Fiirnlaliod Cottages For+ ICent. lucked from the> cylinder, hot water I

|-'Mr. C. S. Schuyler, senior member ofe rille, 0., near Columbus, where Mrs. places visited will be London, Edinburgh! White Canvas Shoes st cost, to closeout admitted, the rock) being formed by I.'I

|i insurance firm of Schuyler A; Wilson,, Houghton preceded him several weeks Havre, Paris Lisbon Gibraltar, Malaga, resulting pressure and beat..
{ ho expected to start with his 'family, the house order. Three neatly furnished cottages at : News and Courier ,
ago, to ret to( He ex- Marseilles\ Capri, Malta, Tunis, Algiers, Ladles' White Canvas Oxfords, worth The Charleston "
New York, St. Louie ahd other points,, peels to return here In November, and and Elm Gallle, Indian River Fla., for rent commectingonthlg adds: : Two plant (. ;
Tanglers, Nice, Rome, 28 other tl.80 at OOcts.Ladles' ;
been established In
A detained by the sick- it 1100 (CO each for the winter season. have recently
lit Sunday, was make a trip down Indian River on the
>laces. Master Rufus is anxiously look- White Canvas Oxfords, worth 3burintoo for making. brick by new .::1
a i of his parents. lie expects that his Dentos. The Doctor's commodious They contain four rooms each) stand .
lug forward to this delightful: cruise. $1.25, ut87cts.Children's process.*. We do not believe that 8
nt.' condition will be so improved ait houseboat has been left In charge of Jon Voyage Rnfus. White Canvas Oxfords,, high from the ground and command a either of the processes followed In

t permit of his leaving them by the last Capt. P. Nelson, of North Tltusville.Mr. beautiful view of Indian Ttlver. Floe Charleston 1* exactly the same aa that ,
worth 8"oot.: at Olcts.
i this week. SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR location and congenial society. Rare toted by our contemporary, but there it
Wm. Crown of the Children' White Canvas 0 x fords In bricks at
M, president Rent In South Titnsvllle. 06e large chance For further particulars addressJ. oUlCb'to be money making
K,-Mr. J. A. Collins, the popular mall Tort Dallas National Bank, Miami, wait; a worth $1, at 77ots.Men's .U.ftO: a thousand and selllpg them at >H
branch sitting-room, two bedroom., dining. A. GiuiEirr, a thousand or even $5 i a thousand and .1
the Titusville-Sanford White Canvas Oxfords worth
on caller at the offices of '
Rent recent pleasant
home room, kitchen and two other smaller If Odessa, N. Y' It might be'praotloab'Je to adopt the clean ;
.the F. E. C. Railway, returned the Walton Self-Locking Block Co., Bow room. No linen or cutlery. Bearing $1.60. at Woti. sand and ground quicklime method herewith

Sunday, after a few weeks' vacation ion. Mrs. Brown was with her husband orange and other fruit trees surroundthe Men's White Canvas Oxfords, worth Fine Property For Hale. profit. "

'? Indian Springs and Atlanta, Ga. lie In Boston, but Masker Mark and Miss house. Beautiful view of Indian )1.2.1.. at 8iota. ,1

ned about lOlbs. while away, but was Louise are camping In Maine. We regret River from the balcony. House wired Men's White Shoes, worth $1.50 A "ld.ltfauaarer or Hotel Clerk

4 to return to Tltnarllle. Dr. E. R. to learn that the beautiful home of aUl.11. Two nice cottages adjoining each -- ,
for electric lights. Will rent for not
j kewood, who went to Georgia with Captain and Mrs. It. K. Jones (Mrs. Men's White Shoes, worth $1.2A other In North Titusvllle, with an acre ;
four .1
less than
months, at $19.00 per With excellent reference, want a
r. Collins, has been enjoying himself iirown's parent) at New Hartford, at 87cts. of hammock and five acres of rich muck
month. Suitable for two married position South for the winter. Wife a* ,j
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iTallulah Falls. Cones, which the editor of this paper Joiiir R. WALKER: ; Co., land, suitable for truck farm. Good '
couples or a family of four. office assistant. Both
three or t
or
housekeeper
lad the pleasure of visiting several sum- 1'11 uavllle, Fla. river front. The larger cottage b... three "
Address, C.U. W;, ADVOCATE, excellent typists. Address, until Sept. j,
A Snap mere ago, was recently burned to the sleeping rooms and a servant' room up- '
Tltulvllle :
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ground; and many valuable articles were Fla. To Old Maid stain; and a parlor, sitting room dining 15th, G. KJIXIUO BOOOE, s I

1'Widow, from North, owning property 1 ost. room and hitching below.' The adjoining :\ i Th Blynman '
FURNITUREDRY Man of 47 years wants to correspond cottage has two sleeping room and i iaervant'
icing beautiful Indian River, valued at 30 Bt Magnolia, M.....
000.00 would sell as It stands, boufe float Wanted. lib Old Maid, between :sand 40 years room In second story', and
.---- GOODS, of 1 Must have and be able to
age. and
money sitting kltchlng
completely furnished, grove, poultry I \ room, dining room To Orange Grower
plant. On account of death of husband, Wanted, a light-draft, round-bottoaiboat SHOES: gl.e; good references If BAked for. No below. Large, brick cistern to both

she can not manage It. Or would rent. about 18 ft. or 10ft. In length one but perfect ladies need reply. All bou.... Adapted for a nice winter -

U desired I would remain and take One suitable for an engine, preferred., 'HAS. A. GAMOXEK. Titusvllle, Fla. ;immunleatloos strictly confidential. home. Under our plan we can save you moneyon

FISH Co. ddress: T. PAUL JOIn: CITRUS TREES, with the best
wealthy partner. For particulars and TITUSVILLB: Apply to Geo.:, M. KOUBIJCS your

circular address "Lawyer," care the t Tltusville, Fla. TeacJlenJ.xandnatJoli.. y-:z& Jacksonville, Fla. Titusvllle, Fla. reputation behind them, as a guarantee

ADVOCATE, THnsvlUe, Fla j of'their being true to name, up to .Iaey

i Stoves and Itanges. Sandstone llnck, For Sale or lent on and clean healthy and well rooted.

This May Suit You. ---- The usual September examination of Indian ICIver. Our trees are grown on high pine

-: Just received, a carload of O. K. teachers for Brevard county will be held Uniform Size and Color Smooth ---- I.nd. and are suitable for transplantingInto

In of the owoe '. Inability Stoves and Ranges. Now Is your timeto at Tltnsvtlle In the public 'school build id Hard.* :No baU. Takes Less Lime. Poultry Plant for !.0X( ) hens, and 10- any, kind of '''soil. We have over

to return consquence to Florida, undersigned: buy. For prices, etc., apply to ing, beginning the flth of September, 1004. Tbare) (the reasons why you should room completely Furnished Cottage, IOOOOO bad In stock, and will give youa

f his brother's JAKES PBITCHARD & Sox.Tltusvlll R. E. Ml MS, ,.le them. near four large hotels. Good Fall trade. liberal discount on orders for fall
offers for sale, at a bargain, '
orange grove of ISO young, bearing *, Fla. County Superintendent EAST COAST' LUMBER_ < lt BLAin Sterrltt Fla. CONNER'S PROLIFIC ORAPE-
trees and a twostory our
and grapefruit ,
orange for Rent.t .
frame house; Including five acres raying. "Cottage for Jlerit. FRUIT. ,

of the ficest vegetable land on )ferrlt,'. Cleaningand I'res.ing. Write' for our New Catalogue, which

Island Indian River,Fla., and two good Draying or hauling of all lads promptly Four room cottage (famished) to Seven room cottage, completely fur. will be ready for delivery early In Jan*.

well. Will sell cheap. Writ to attended to. Meets all train Stove white eoaple. Poultry plant for 1,000 shed, facing Indian River, near Rock 'All work done up-to-date.'Call and Tn. OCKLATVAJIA NUR EJRICS,

J. A. GIXBEBT: wood for sale at all time fowls. All for 9250 per '''I'. edge, 209 for season MM me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor (0. W. Conner Proprietor,)

w tf Odessa N. Y. E. Q. HOLTE*. Tltnsvllle. J-6. BLAIB Merrltt, Fl.. 1-6. BLAIB, Merrltt, Fla. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. tf Tangerine FU.


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Hold. It*meeting the aeoond and fourth Frl. i'l 'rJ '.. '
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ear of each month a' their room, Indian giver .'\i. C ''\ '},. ; o. i
r Hotel Titus. 'Die, at T 130 o'clock p. m. i.0 14\\ ''J y'rtth '.
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,r T.H.Saoden. Wnrnhlpf. ul Maater. : .
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alt"", F.A. Morgan Senior' Warden. ,: 7r i I" .j\ '-.11 .T
(l i M. 8.Sam,Junior' Warden. .' l" n-'i; a' j1'/II/ !' .r. '",
.' J. M. Non' Ymaiinrer. j 't "" ,ijJ;:', ,, ; ,, ,,

b 1 .J J.i R.O. Hlaok.Walker. Chaplain.K ',' I.}" ,( ,!I "Pl.\,,,'.11".,1..1, '. ,<''" ". .". ".' You

r.M.Taylor Senior IJeacon. '>.\:,. 'fi!!:".. :>>O, J' i : !
I R. E. Mina, Junior Ueaoon.O. \ 1
H. Walton Bonlor i Steward.A. \: 1:'. .. i .' ,. IIf'", ,
A. Stewart Junior Steward. .'. I I.i I. "
P. W.Robertu, Trier.t. ,,' 'I '
.M.: Wooten. Mar h>U.IV .
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'ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. r .. J. '::3

Friendship. Chapter, No. II,bolls ate meeting: I t '
'> In the Mawmlo' Lodge room. Titnurllle on the DRINK... .
tint and third Tuendaji |n each month; at 7:.'K) .
... >.. m. The following an the officers of the ,
r Chapter:
.'A ', Mn.M. A, florlmgflour, W. M.
F. A. Morgan, W.P.
.Minn 1 ZaniHe :tttewart, Amioclate M.
1 Mrr, H. H. Wllion, Secretary II "
1 l John M.Dlxoo Treaniiror. I,
t Mini Kate. Stewart ComlnotrsM.,
Mn. J. Kline, Amoclata Con.Mr .-
*.J. K. Walker, Huth.Mri. ...
4 0_. W. Boolila Aila.Mr .
I .J. 1. Carruthem, Martha. IMra.
I .Oec M. Robbins, Kmlier.Mn .
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V. A. Moruan, Manltal.MlM .
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+ Aleph Mini". Kleota.
C. H. Walton. Warder
Mn. T. T. Wetmore,Sentinel I
ip J.L. Carruthem, ChailalnA ; .
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.. -.' '\ pleasant and agreeable laxative, paIn.. lea delicious, refreshing \
less, yet effective. Prescribed by phyl- M ETTO
clans, and recommended by all druggistsas : _- beverage made from ripe
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(/L'MMIV ,'- pills and CHS-or oil 100 wafers 25 cents Saw Palmetto Berries. Absolutely free
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Makes these tbelr functions
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CMorg W. Powers aid Frank tS. VicOtfurt ;. ,!':"'J'h,1'i"\ : II ; 'I';",',,,.: .. .",. In a natural' thereby keepingthe
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llastMt In llallroad .. ""
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t : iluoUogton, N. Y., and are proud ot ,'., .";\ .. '..,.'.Ii\\c I:"w.'r.; .,1, :!},11\1> ,(]\ !1 : \ .'.""h'\ tl'lip'. ,I"I" ,'J.>;':. ,, f,,:&'t..- ALL ,
two thing. ...,..' the New York 'Time ;-, ""\;!:,:' :('\JIi\; ; ;x\\\im!\, \ l,(: t: .': ". :;\ : :. \ NEEDS: I

I The fin Is that the president,' of the \ : i"" ::: ;,:\\r0\ "'III"' -.... .&>. :< : .Experience:teL Hold baa by all enUblUheU dealers. It You sea dltiOD.:7'

;. United Stetted helped tuein) f id pull In a '... .\..$ ', BOW-they. .row. aloe ties. .
.I!' ,*"" .. I,,;;" '!ii ; > .. i Aaaaal poatpaU ... lo all applicants. :
f r fourteen pound dogfish a fcrw days ago '. .;: '\. \\\f'.j.-; '{. "' I : .. d .
rr 'and-- the ,, "! ? } \ ( ; t1R : l t 4 / : 'W(J\W\ ; ;ff I,1,::!!;;/i':';/,. : ". '. '..1.. .
sacoud to that tb jr bare a .'.i :. : :': :' '.N! i\WlffjY: V'irr'\ r.4 &;; ,1 r \\WW;\\ o/.fti. D.Owe ..** .
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letter from Mr. Roosevelt telling about ,: '. ." ,' .:,.r',t ;.# '''!.' ,(Y";>" 111yd, > '.. 1.1," ;{,i'iJ,;\"t"i"J[ ," :IW,1.i'it, ;' j1.Ii.W.J; ,;' :n.'' DC...''Y .. .
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the, S=p0Hencet '. /j' '. .- I" "; ,',: .: ; \\\1\ ( ,,}... l, : 1 :.n'tr:' !:, :'':::' ;; I':'I.\j"(1::\: <:::;:!" ': ; :' ." -Sold by-
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(the lade were fishing la Lloyds harbor : ;.>it1? .. : :", : : ::.. ;;;.;; : : t: ::}{g': r : ,; : : : :. ,. : .t! ;c
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1 bIi couldn't and Powers.land. hooked McCourt a big moved. Hah back thai .)."':''iMlir.":';\, ;r.lM\ lt.W(.j1J t %.fWt1; &ii ff::':'rt' +f i m\W\ ; f\V {i.{_: 1f.1j1( 1 I!WI\Ri:i ;i r ;<('.:::.::. .* .....iloN rrtventa Y.umtAn....P... Red Cross Tltusville.Pharmacy Fla. ,

W his seat to aid him. Together the ; :*tt ;; {:;}i! ; ; (: ;F. ;1.r.:! 'r :!.. .. f
two ,
boy pulled with all their strength ,,..foI' {', "
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; I aide bat they df the could boat.not draw Suddenly the fish some to one the I.' .' ) ,.. '" 1., _... .J" ." .:: : '_: ,'.. : ': (,'t'I' '. -. i MISSING WORD CONTEST.

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pWt' -Walt a minute, boys, and I'll help
you.1; and around their stern was roweda 101 PRIZES offered for

: a round bottomed_ _ boat_ _, contnlnlnir_ um---two BY NIGHT.
+ jj men and a boy A band that the boys --- --.-. ,___, -- the correct solution. '

.. could see was muscular was reached
a
out engine continued< to run the binder, ';
i and the horseM could drug the whole Write for 0 ur- Tropical Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great health
"It's President Ilooaevettr'
gaspedPowers '
a machine through, the mud. thus harvesting Drink METTO, will pay all prizes. The contest open to
j ; ? to McCourt. All. It's free to You
the wheat. It made no difference -
Hand over hand the line waa pulled : COMPLETE
whether the wheels of r
t, In, and at length the fish wall! beside. chine turned. the ma. FIRST PRIZE.To .
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tbe boat.
"Why, its a big dogfish. Shoot him Mr. Watts rigged up two binder for the first one sending In the correct answerfwe wllll[ give a {beautiful:1'ifs'
Loeb" said the president, and Secretary his brother. They alno worked well. I y PRICE size picture In gilt frame entitled "Purity." ,
Other funnier heard of It and crossed 0LDt Thin. picture symbolical of Metto the (treat health drink
Loeb drew a revolver and dispatched the country to secure a machine. Prob- ,..ql'y Y61R which benettta all and contains no dope or harmful drnga.

the nan. ably a dozen binder. Hexed with To the next 1'. . . . . . . . . . 1.00 each
i President Hoosevelt asked tbe boys gasoline 4' LIST 5. ... . . . . .... .1 quart Metto each ,
P, their names and addresses and promIsed engines', are now In use In Clay : u II 21)). . . . . . . . 1.2pint Metto each
to write to them. The toys later county and one In Riley county Much 70. . . . . . . .1 JVletto Ticket! each
t wheat has been harvested I
received the following letter: which hud : -i
... been given up. The supply of gasoline For alt' kinds! of
Oyster Bay N. Y., July 11. 1004. IT.S..YOU! I i
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(Private.) cud Clay was quickly exhausted PEOPLE. .. ...KNOW A GOOD.......WHEN THEY... ...'"..ITARE. i, ,
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k Dear Young Friends was glad to hear more were ordered.
from you and congratulate you upon the USERS OF..IN..... ...GOOD. .... .SUMMER......... I! J
;' j flan you caught the other day. I was WHISKIES I F
pleased to be able to.help you out with Opaac _
I Cut out this Coupon,till in the blank _
the dovflsh. With beat wlahe, believe
sincerely yours.THICODORB. pie Cures a coM In 24 hours. Coughs, pacea, ono word to eacb blank space NAMB.. ..........".... ....... .. ... "... I
rooohltls, catarrh, lagrlppe, neuralgia t
ROOSEVELT. the whole l to mike an appropriate sea ,

Muter taster Frank George. H W.McCourt.Powers, conditions and headache of ,the together system.with They all feverish gently WINES the tence advertising TROPICAL Metto MTO.and CO.,mall to PO ......................R! ............ .... .

W Care of Thomas Haasett, the bowels without "
Esq. open griping act on 14 West Adam* Street .1'
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t! Box HO. Huntington L I., N. T. the liver, tone up the system and cause Jacksonville, '. :Florida County......... ... .......State ..". ......... .
The boys are now contending for the colds, fevers and headache to disappear '

t possession of the letter. like maple. They do not cause ringing and BEERS :DrRemember: the first.101 correct answers received gets the prizes. Sent.ln
1 In the head. Price 25 cent at the Red
your answers at once to the
Cross Pharmacy, Titusvtlle Fla.
' : WET WEATHER HARVESTER. DO nV 3HN" CtOO; : TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.,

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THE MANTCHOOS.Ta Jacksonville Florida. 14 West Adams i
Street
How Clay C.at.e (K...) Farmer _--. _, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: saved I". Wh..t. .lr I>.aren*ro
".i Clay county farmers Kansas especially to teal li>raialt.a.The.hlstory property( of all Muntcliooti. und Chinese between cavalry the two The dispelled first engagement c =: .A S E3 ="tTIMI: : : theme who live on low ground of the Mantclioog In. one hold forever tblslllu.lon.-James .
forbidden to land
were In It. The W. Davidson 617 a. JUD W. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
where standing'\ water has made the of continued and rapid growth. Froma I Koreans had now been driven to the In Century. sayei..

?i'f .wtl? ground very soft tIre using a new con small tribe their Influence spread south, ntul Munchurit: f'xtl'ndt'tlll"tu.

f trlvauce. this year to get their wheat over the great pining of western Jlnnchurla ally to the baukw. of the Tutu on the Uric Acid and Uruvel r
harvested Bays a Clay Center dispatch until they became a force u ti Ts
}. south and to the ne'i on the f'ut. Are' caused by the kidney's f
to the Kansas City Star Mr. Wattay a which even great China deemed ad- The Mantchoo policy, which In Its to properly filter the being unable ,

r i Clay Center machinist I I. tbe originator l. vUiiblu to cQiictllatc. Their ambitions conception provided for the' continuance from the blood. Irving'. bnchu Impurities wafers CXp1 SS

_I i ""ii ,of the plan. It wall Impossible to know ii,>- limit, and early In the sixteenth and development of n great rare are the ouly sure remedy for this con- rfr

k, get Into his field with the ordinary bar. century they begun an Invasion of pure! MauU-hooK. who would alwaysbe dition; they cleanse the kidneys from all

yrn u ve h>r. of China. A century later, by methods at the beck and call of the Mnutchoodynu.sty worn out material, build up the shrunk:
Early In the season he saw that wltlrh ut time gave evidence\ of tluimONt and would bo It 'Mafeguurd en walls of the kidneys ahd prevent the I t4f2QTS t4

strenuous measures would be necessary crafty tt.ntl.kllltul diplomacy, and against the restoration' of Chinese rule, formation of the trio acid. Sold at CO

to secure his, crop. He hit upon again were thorn of a most cruel tyrant brought on results quite the reverse of cents a box Red Cross Pharmacy I WW _Al r, *

the plan of detaching the running the /greatest empire that the those desired. The :Mantrhoo found his r6 QT .

+ ; gear of the ordinary harvester from world has known was ncqulred by a mull wage aufflcleut at first ti) provide A western district court was asked l I,

F i the wheels and attaching a gasoline race of half. savage nomads. food and there was no longer the necessity to pang on the value of a man's brain.'

I'' r engine In such u manner that It would As the home of the Muntchoo dynasty to live the arduous life of a Tier care should have come In the Justice .

do all the work of running tbe mower Manchuria[ in the eyes of the hunter or herdsman. In a generationor court nfl the district! court cannot

and binding the wheat. The 'only emperor, deterred honored treatment, two the nice hud drgeneratud I Intoa pass on matters. Involving: leas than
thing necessary Jor the horses to do and the followers of the standard lazy band of parasites who, In the $200.

,'1 waa to pull the binder through the there was scarcely a Mautchoo who absence of a strenuoun life, had loot all

fk Ida.p bud not seen uervlce-were specially the cunning und the warlike skill which Y 1e
A Chicago woman sues for divorce on
I The binder was taken Into the field cared for. Itwas declared by special bad brought to tkem a great empire.
the ground that her husband baa
; not
and worked perfectly. Wheat was sew decree that all Mantchoos for time unending They maintained a reputation for fiercenesshowever -,
t arl that bad, been given up' as Imlt. ; should belong; to one of the I and at the time of the smiled for seven year. 1'oxnlbly this l.

rncon: i.uuldy! place wa reached eight banner cnrim' stud revolve a ran." war with Japan It wu predicted that should be a ground for the man In

i''i'a UU Uie wheel slipped the gasoUne monthly stipend.! The breut how.r 'the Japanese would Bud a match la sialaug a cross petition -_ Agent for the Pabat Brewing Co. f

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EAST (COAST DVOCA1'X, SEPTEMBER. 2, 1904. ':':'\>' ,: .. 3

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Professional Cards. of the Stste' of FlorHa.. hereby amended *o a* government orVuwer* of any niunlrlpaUtjpiftnumlwrof : '
NOTICE "ELECTION. tGreatlaetollows ; imBnUHpalltlos, less tliitu tliev'wholeof ; NOTICE.Notice .
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a \ la..., stall bvaiid. tfSections '< li\ .t
"Section II. The Circuit Court attal! have ; ) .
exclusive oilglnal jurisdiction In all onsws in ot,Article VII, of the CiinmlCiltl: : "IL '1>; 1.,.
GEO.art.: BOBBINS ""In It\. Also In ..I. "*.-'''' at law not oounhialiltt of the State ot rlrWa' I* hvruliy roiwale.l. ,/ : ,
rrHERKAS. THE LKGIStATT-RK!! OP 1WW by Inferior courts, and In all eases* teirulving t '
Will
Un be sold
described
I it 'Im11" II following > | at
the legality of tax, toll hereby given
Iv under tlw CoimHtmrion any awin-sumiit. or ol
of of the
ATTORNEY AND'COIDiSELOR State of riorhla did l>..s .sn I8HR Joint the autlim. of ejectment: and of all, notion Involving The votes cast" Itt. ... with sail' 1'00'' public auction( on the day) 1 .tobcr, I IltOt!> in front, of th door otthe Town

AT-LAW. Resolutions pn>|wwirtir amendment t.. the Con thel1.a or lioundarlua of real estate., I IHMIMI Amen llle, OOllty of Brevani. StateLltFlorlda.: or so
and I
tltuUun of the genta of Fbi Idi. ..n
Will practice In State and United States weraairreeil tuby vote of tb..fourha of all turn of forcible\ and jurisdiction unlawful an the seine regulatwut and restriction aa antprovlrt. for town tax herein set opposite to th same; together
the member* elected to each House that th. entry detainer .s bv law for, Oeuentl t-lectlous In the }'lorhll, ; with
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Court. Tote on said Joint Resolution were euteml up and of such other utattvr a* the State of Florida. cost 8Ueh gale anti 1,
on their resp. <)tl<-. Journal. with yea and Days may provide. They shall have atv.rtllng. .
Office at TITUSYTU.K, FLA. thereon and they did determine and dlf..... that jurisdiction In all civil and I<' TESTIMONY 'WHIunto .,
the laid Joint Resolution be submitted to the arising In the onuntjy court or LeIr''I''ttlr.j set my baud and alllxed lime UreotLSI :r :
electors, of Hm State at the General Kleottou In county judge and of all ... ( Seal ot die State of Florida" at Tallahassee '
;?cveiuber, 1MM. ease* tried in the court of the Capitol this the first day of p :.e
D L. GAULDEN. ment or sentence*.of.any.municipal_ AugUst.A4 T>. 1114. A$1EStEII$ TO oo .:
Now. THIER..RIC.I. H. CLAY CRAWFORD/ or ail case* .arising niora Justice* of tbe peace ,.H.CLAYORAWFl'Rn, DESCRIPTION' t i g
.I Secretary ot tbe State of Florida. do hereby true In counties In which there I* no county court, Secretary cf State. EItI -'
,ATTORNBT-AT-IAW nolle that aGENERAL or court of record, and supervision ami ap To J. P. BROWS, Sheriff of Ititivanl County, ...,.' I s c. Oa '
pellatejurisdiction of matter rising before &-* < .s
Will practice In all the) Court of the State ELECTION county judge pertaining to their proliate jllrl... -- --- .-- -- -------- J. ,

ot Florida, and the United State Court ..will be bold In each Couutv In Florida on Tuesday and dloUon\ of such or to the other estates matter and Interest a* the Legislature of minors, NOTICE OF ELEOTION Goldsmith ..sK. :, I'II.t or\V\ >, of ;IC; Des. DU. .

I'. 0 Box, 235. TmjSYILLE. TLA next ancoeeiling tne first Momlay in Novem may provide. The circuit court anti judge f 0' 111 28:. . . . S: 21 33 43 $ I 00
bar, A. D. IM>4, the.ald Tuesday beinjt the hall have to issue writ of I
power tu..n'f..IIIA. of of HE
l'art HW
Inj) motion U. K e.. . . >i U, 11''U '
EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER b,1l8all, corpus quo and warranto all writs t4trtlorarl.problblt.k"proper necessary' *'Y," page 81U.( .'. . :3 21 :is-" f 1 70O.
F.JWKBB: .
to the complete eaeroiite. of their jurl.dl<1t.1on. 'I'O TItS SI1IVUIFP' ()*' BRKVARD COUNTY, I). Flood /?: I. All Bonk 10. ex. :.HV' corner
for the ratification or rejection or the said Joint of the State of Florida i S I i to Tltusvllle. 11:1;;: 35 ATTORNETAT.LAWWill Section 24, of Article V, of the :
Resolutions proponing Amendment to the Constitution COIu.tltlltloQof
of the State uf JTlorlda, rim: the State of rirtrlda I* hereby amended so Be 11 known, that I. It. rr.AY CRAWFORD, Unknown..., N1 of ttloek I, Titus addition
practice In the Courts of the 7th a* to ro*
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonrealdentlland ARTICLE XXI. hereby give notice that a Unknown Part Lot 8 9 and 10 Block F.
"Section"' M. Upon the application of a ma . ,
rent and accounts collected.TrrcsviLtn That the following amendment to the Constl- jority of the registered' voter o( any county GENERAL ELECTION. Dtl DB "L( 'oaare :2110------- 3 22 35 20"

.. FLORIDA.A tlon of the State of Florida he, and the name Is, in till State the Legislature shall establish In I J. A. Colemnn N 100( feet Lot 1 I. Block (>. .A 3' 22 :33 a :u
\ such county court of record and there shall' .
elector hereby agreed uf the to State, and at shall the be general submitted election to the In lie. one judge for each nf the said courts who : will. be held In lire vard COlloty.llt.t"! of Florida. A. Goleinan. ., 1)I'rtJotliBOk 0. . . A,3 22 35 : 14

November, 1904, for ratification or rejection. ball bo a praotlomii, att<>rn..y..t.I_. ami who on Tuespav next siKwee.llnn the time Monday r.. A. Coleman .l.!:," i 0, Deu. DB ,'o i'"
D. PENNKT, hall lie appointed l by the ttoveinor ann con In Noveiul\! A. I>. 11XH, tIme saj.l Tuoailny l.elntf. I? .in.. : ( / 23ai 35 6 42
Section Six of Article Eight of the Constitution firmed by the Senate, and who ihitll hold hits the page 31)8 ) '.
S or the state of FlorlUa, l* hereby amended otHue/ for four year The) annual salary of the H. O, Vanlandlngluititi ; \ \

ATTORNET-AT-LAW: .o a* to read a* follow: judge of Bald court shall be paid quarterly, by EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER: . .. ,/v.; a v0! of rot" 2 and i, Vf giihillv. l
the county where such court I* established and "
oM Block 3 Ies.
TrTusviLi.B .. Section. The Legislature snail provide for abash be as follow. : In counties t>f leo than For flva (6)) Prealdentlal Kim-tors. 11
FLORIDA. the election by the quallfled elector of each nf eon thousand populatlcn" one thnaeati dol- .. tine Representative of the :Dn.l, Cniutreailloual "WI.tmffe lsft.s.. . . 3'Z24A' I ii:

Will practice ID,all the court of the 7th county of the following county ottlcer: tarsi) inooiintle* of from nft wn tlioiwand tothlrtv District of "Florida In the Fifty-ninth Congreas l\ra. J '1'l'rk'e' NIO of Lots 1 and 2, AV stilitliv. -

I I A clerk of the clrcnlt court a BherlfT. oon- thousand population sixteen hundred /: of the United State old Block 4, Dex. DB
Judicial Circuit. dollar. ; iu counties of from thirty tliounand to For Jovenmr nt the State of Florida.
stable, a county assessor of taxes, a county tax M: i. . :t'22MS3': 377
collector a county treasurer, a itperlmeudentof fortv-nve thousand "population two thousand, 'a Secretary of State of tho State ,1 Florida (O"III| r e ,
public'I Instruction aud a county .eurvevor dollar; and in countlos of more than forty live t Athirney-neneiKl of the state Pl.irlihi r.lzxie Ulc. . \l K niib-dlv. BI(H'k 4. . 3 22E 1 40 ,.

! G. A. FROST, The term of office of all county offloer- men I".nll thousand,, all impulation criminal court twenty-four of record lIundroddol now e*>- I t 'nnl.lr.ler the th.Stare Stat of* of Florid Klorlilii, I 'E. IL. Uloe. .. . T.ut)1 ht'.IIIR' Lot 1, Block 0. Dea,

\ tioned In thin mutton shall be for four yearn, taliliihed this state, .shall upon the ado|>- T.lrer Superintendent.' of rnbllo Inatriiotlun ,. 1>B "Y," nasre 81tt. . . : 22'33' 1'0

I ATTORNKY-AT-LAW except that the term of omoe of the county tlon of this amon hll."t. tawnine anti lie. courts I the State of Kloridn. or K. It. nice,:. .. ..., It,i- i.ot2boukDesDBhaNn
assessor of taxes county tax. collector and < f record as u-reln provided awl all onioer Fair ("nminl. lnner of AgT'oultiire' of the State
: 28(1( . . . . a 22 47
:, Will practice In all the Court of the 7th oouuty treasurer shall be for two ye.IIltll of such criminal court of record .shall be old/ oC Florida.' jimige I S
the general election! In nor, of such Unknown N 40 ft. Lots S and 0 o. ::1 1 22 &'V t 31
; November lona at wnlch court, and discharge the ditties For One lnntloe of the Supreme. Cumin (if tlie ..J Book .
i Judicial Circuit. election they shall be elected. for &.n..a of four and receive the emolument of suoh until the State of 'lorl.lii for Blx: years. Jeircuyier. .. ,.. hilts. Hlook Uit, . .. I i 2'J 140(
.... year each, and thenceforth all I county officer* expiration of their present term of olHoe. For Three of the Supreme Court ol I. and Block A FUher'aaddition
!; TITUSVILI.K m. FLORIDA. named In this tfortloii shall. be elected, for term the State of .hutloM O. W. Orlggl .,. . (its 5 7, ,

of tour year Their power, dutle and Qinnpenvatlon Section' 25, of Article. V, of the Constitution For/ time 'I..rll"rad Commissioner tot the Stat to Tltuaville. :'. 3 :: 8.S' ,, a at.a
shall be of the State of Florida, I* hereby amended so Hl ,
prescribed law Lot :
by a* to read a. follow of Florida.' F. Moore ... "' .. S)& 12ToynerviiIeaddltIofl
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UEN E. FOSTER For State SenatOr for the 13th Senatorial Ul4 .
5 to Tltnsvllle 3 2 ES. at
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"Section trine of the of Florida.: u u : :
ARTICXB XXII. exclusive. jurisdiction 29. The Court of all of criminal Record shall cases,bar not For One Atte.. of the House of Reprenontn- F. Moore . . N). Iot 10 alHI SIt I.ut 17" JOY-

ATTOKNETATLAWMJyalUpchuroh capital which' kliall arise tn said county and tires of tho State .f Florida.Fer ,, llSrviIle addition to rltII-

That the of following amendment.to the Constitution of all case. at law in which the demand, or County Judge I S yule . . . . S 2 3: A
the J
Building, Jax. Btate of Florida be and the Shsrilf.'I :
same I* hereby agreed to. and shall be sunniltted value: dollar of. the,property and concurrent doe not axonetl with the one circuit thoimand : riurk of the Circuit Court. E. G, Itarrs . Blulk 3 l'lat Book I, page tiOS 1 4.

1. JACKSONVILLE. :, 'LA. to the elector. i>f the State at the generaleIectin court. shall have exclusive Jurisdiction of proceedings .. Irnecutinir A.ttormn'v.at E. G. Harris. . ."s 4 part Ony. Lot I. DtI.U I'O,"

In 1TO4. for ratification or rejection. ; rolat. Ing; to forcible entry and unlaw County Assessor of 'taxes.al page t2tlil . . . . . 22 3.\ 0 I

S. BURNHAM, M. D, Section 8 of Article 12 of the Constitution 11 ful detainer of land* and tonamentt.Section t County Tax Collector.Treasurer. *,** I'. n.. Caird . . _' Tot band Morrow' allftol :

."- iyr. Hereby amended so a* to read a. follow* i M, of Article V. ot the Constitutionof County ..rliit. ndeiit ofbho luntruotlon. .t,t i,.. to.l'ltulvlle . .1.. . . :: '3 :

Section VIII. Each omnnty hall no required the state of Klorlda, I* hereby amended *oa M, .,. ''VAN
f SURGEON and SPECIALIST to asses and ,collect annually. lor the supportof .* to read a. follow i For (County Ourveyor. p T. WORLEY, .
Five '
public free choc.l' therein, a tax for not loss "Section 20. There shall be six l"rn'.C..f the Three County Member o.ml."lolera.* County Hoard' ft S Marshal and Tax Cdflector.
(
Ear, Nose and Throat. three (8)) mill or more than seven (7) mill on Conrt of Record In each year. Pliblld Inatruotlon. .

WEST PALM BKAOH, FLORI A.' the dollar, of alHaxabl.' property in the same. Section 27, of Article V, of the Constitution For Justice Justice nf the..Peace In and for' the folkr. -- .. -- '1I
vms ', '
of the State of I 1- DI"tlt. .
i ARTICLE XXIII. M to read a* follow Florida i hereby anieueded so No NH. No No 4 Foreclosure of Jtortgllge. I A CURIOUS OLD WATCH.
I 'II .
I 1
ij
R. HOUGHITOTSTSFLOATIKO That the Unction' 9 T 13
D fol'owlnft amendment to the Constltuion tl1. There halt lie for eanh court '
'
nf the State of Florida be and the name. of record prosecuting attorney, to lie named I 0 U W :: CIRCUIT: COURT IS AND rOB IIIla Was One the Properly ol MMT.
I I..* hereby agreed, to aud shall be submitted the county solicitor who stall be appointed by 4 I 14 111B IX County Florida) .. p Q.... of .Cote., "STile
DENTAL APARTMENTS to the elector* of the State at the general. the Governor anal oonflrinml by the Benite, and 1ft tu) .
election In November. A. l>. I9U4 for ratlniiatlon who shBll hold office for four yean, Him coin.Pensatiun.shall For OitnaVfiulu. In and for the following:.fMtrlute. *-'- DAVID KIXfERTQN -' doHOoudanta of Mary Setoun, oa>* ",

on the "Centos," or rejection. ] be fixed by law.
Section! J& of Article' V. of the Constitution Section if, of Article V. of the Constitution 1 Ii II W Net WM. H SIIARPIC and }[ MortKi. of Soot, have ln-tb pOMeIon
Now ON TilE INDIAN RIVEK. .hall. be and I* hereby amended so as to read a* of the State of Florida In hereby amended *.. a T' 1 I PIIANCII4A. SHAUfK, I I I queen .dl
follows iSection .. to read as follows: :: I : I .. his wife el al defendants.. a curloiiK watch which was given by

IB To J, one of the defendant I that to her favorite. This watch
BUCK 18 The Legislature may organize In "Seotlon 211. All offence triable In the court .IALL.lTIJ. queen
F.E. such counties a* It may think proper -county nf record shall be prosecuted upon Informationunder 8 In Testimony 1O !nave .. I ,You ar b.rh" !' to ftpnear.lo utb_Illllnf I 1s In the shape of a miniature S
court which shall jurisdiction of all cane at OAth. and may be filed at any tlmr whereof II.rlln- Coiiilalii| Herein againsB jnn HIM 'wlch
Stockton & Budd Bulldlnp -MalnoSt. law \ the demand or value I of tbe property whether the conit la In session or not. bv the tuet my hand and sHIie.l the treat above muled\ cause on or before the 5th rtajr uf I* about two Indies and a halt tndiameter.
oed shall not exceed: five hundred dollar*i ooiinty solicitor, but the jury ot the [L. S.] Heal of he Htat of Florida, al Tallajft > M.Ite"h"r.11. MAsT COAST Ap\1OA'II.I tier-'. It 1* supposed to haT. been
J'acksonvllle. Rooms: 18 17. of relatlnv.. to the forcible circuit: court for the county rra..d" said liaswe, th.Capitol this the Brsi day the newspaper this
rl'0688ttlnpa entry or !court
Uti of land and tenements and of record I t. held, nmy Indict for offence tri 't;!, .of September, A. I). HUM.Hworutury. order *i all bn publish once a week for four purdiuBod by Mary herself when on a
DENTIST. of misdemeanors and tins JurtstiIo.tioti able In the court nf RaCI.AYClttWF)1tD. consecutive week
appellate "" r.l. Upon tlm finding T visit to Biota with, her husband, the
In olvll cane arming. In the court. of the of such Indictment the circuit jndge .hall or HtaM. Witness nl hmamiI and seal of nlHoe/ this the
Crown andBrldg| WOl'k.1PorceialD) Justices of the peace. commitor: ball the auoiued for '"alln tne court To J, P. BROWN, Sheriff of Brevaril County, "11th d4yot.Tuly.lO. A A.SMCWARr.: dauphin of Franco a* It baa the name

The trial of suoh of """record and the county .solicitor said court (8 1 .' Clerk' of sal.l \ourt. of a celebrated Idol .manufacturer engraved
Inlay, appeal may be de novo at the .t.lllm.lodl.teI11U. therein and Information 1'10.
option of the appellant. The county Judge shall based upon; such Indictment, whlun in I aa-4t A.ITIWAu.r\. on It,
III"L-claa" PhUe work. be the Judge of the upon nin ter'. Sale. Vput) I
S an attorney at-law.. ooiinty court, and shall be formation the moused shall l>e tried. ,. a, The entire skull I Is curiously .nrraye

There shall b. elected. Section 29. of Article V, itt the Constitution. Th..... of lijli On the forehead there In a
fOLEnIlONEYARDTARtwr 6n of said by the >)iiall ed elect. of the State of Florida, I ii. hereby amended *o Llku ('Vet ollicc HI-IIMI. that of sight with the initial
county at the time when the said .s to read a* follow*i U?4jPElt AND 1IY VIR'fUI OF A DIRrml ) Death, scythe and hourglass
JuitRe I* elected' a prosecuting for sal.l entered. In the foiirt Iniprori'M l iinilf coiulltloiiM -
.IiU..,.., ..r. ,.. ..W. attorney >y UKIJ lioalthj and aiindglao He 1. depleted! ait
es .4mt.. oou"", who .h. hold rmce/ for four year "Section 89. There shall he no oounty court Hevmith Judinal Court of Florida In anti
HI. unties. and compensation hall ha prescribed ln..!"I"unwhere a ooijrt, of record: |I. e 5.tabhislmed for Rrevard ennnty, in a cause e und' Ihl'rttO'1 Ihl Vt'plf| \vlio etlldl/between a pnlnt and a bore,
by laW' Such cOllrte my *. aboliAheel at the wherein the Florida Loan 'I'II: have the grontost p.x .rcMno of tliol' { that he no ropecter"of per
i4asurs of the legislature..nty' I dl. a I I. Ibow II
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Pro..d I IoftlQlt Section SKf! of Article V. of the Constitution J'. .orpatlt. Crabh, boa wife, et ., vlMlttii. In the DJIOII ulr iindor the light) Ions, and Unl.rlentb la tbe familiar
R that all JuJRW holding *al OF MEDICINE fQ'1l1:: :: .t the ratlftoatlon of tnls amendment shall to read a. follow*: door to time highest quotation fl'OI. Ubrlc Ila mom
continue the exercise. of the J..u. trlb <.
duties thereof bidder HIIVIIKW' < pun-
for wash, at ) Oe''I'111 pauperum taberna
Bflctlon no during
MIDIBIIEOEIITISTirTPHIRMACTJ according to their respectivewmmlsslon The clerk of the court of reooril Ilollda ae'llo Int.at pml
and shall lie eleoieil the legal hour at **'le, on time ki-i'iiMMt eJ'tuigIlt, acqulrctilliniitlnir
until their successor are duly qualified and by the .18ft1< '" of the county RfKimiiiue turtI. At tbe back of tbe
Modra Labotatorl ut charge of syedslltt provided further that when any county court In whh' the court 'I. established and ihnll liohalornate 1 FIFTH DAY OF 8K1TKUHER, A. D 1INH, through Nutlvex of the Solo one
S J hall hereafter lw established In / 'lT tour years and tilts compensation .kuli. alot rellre.entaton. tbS
Quii System. SupsrloiCUnlc* this State the 00"ntJ' judge l of .said any. county In hall he fixed by la.... The .hertlT of the county the came being a legal sale hay the following IIKHI lx In ml n ure )quick at 1"I'celv- being of Time everything,
I Beojilde teaching In our own Hospital. ? hold hi* office and perform the .ollntl.hall .shall... the executive, officer of said oourti> his d.crllllal estate situated at Cocoa, lire. Ina objti'ts MiK'li oa at also
ulilpn Time carrie and
For detailed Information wr'ta THF: PH O_. of the county court until hi* term of oftt"le ball duties and fee diall lie fixed by law. o."nt I Cmlm.mnlnll'.t the Douth, tlllnt 1 scythe b.ld.
j jt
expire.. east corner of Lot one ) the plat ae., Inlt wi pick out bird CJcfII(1 him !la the emblem of eternity-th
Section 81. Article V. of the Constitution of of Indian River City) Itelnit"orllnl. the town in dens, follaxo Home sixty or sovuntr .1.
with It. tall In It. mouth.
the SUM of of Coona pent
Florida i U hereby' amendud .0 a* run tb.oc.north 6,1 feet thence west
ARTICLE XXIV. to read a* follow i ll) feet. th.n'south ft> feet th.nn.east 11 fpet Mull. IheplHrd and .ollor* ore The upper section ot the skull la dl-'
The Largest and Mot Com- feet to of beginning together with, blPMHcd, with
That the following amendment to the Con- Section 91. All rule of practice governing; building thereon. The aliov.property will he "oot aijjht. f Tided Into two pictures.l On one aide

folate Establishment South. stltutlon of the State of Florida be, and the the circuit court shall be applicable to the I sold free from the tnomirnK (given by llettle I.klllll wl dltf.t a white fox loth la the the Maryskneolisig
same I. hereby agreed. to and shall be .ubmltt- court*of record and all law relative to criminal rrahh and busbanil lAfayette and a grout dUtance Willis crcJJlon. wih
ed to the elector of the State at the general court of record .shall apply to court of by him assigned; to Uustave. WOIfn.aanw IIHV awny. tb. crol., and
I 6EO S. HACKER tL SON1 election In 1804, for ratification or rejection. court record of record Change pf venue may be had from a having been pal.I. Mul.r. t. tile Arab of time diwerU of Arabia have on the other side are Adam and Eve
to another court of ,
iIrfEti'J.i0f..Art.lto.! 9 of th* Constltu- to the circuit court of another county record for thesame or 24-lit JOHN HENRY, sHell extreme pl"trl of vlalon that on urrounde l by animals In the Garden

Florida I. hereby amended o.usmi. and under the law providing for Special Mlter. the rant plain of the desert they will Of Eden.
s) Be Co read ae follows the .
same causes, and under the laws
providing
pick out otijwt: invisible to tbo ordinary .
I Section 16. The for ehanglnr the venne from the circuit court Below these picture ; right
credit of runnln/
the State .hall not of one county to the circuit of another Slierlffn Sale- eye nt rniiffi-Bi one to ten
: he pledged or loaned 10 any individual 000. The Oov..rn..r oounty. fl'OI around the ,skull there 1* opeiMwonc
In his
may. discretion order the
State pany,become corporation or association ; nor shall the I circuit Indira having jurisdiction of the circuit mile t18111t.11011 civilized p opl >M band, to allow tie sound of the utrlklu
I a Joint
any company" association owner or or corporation.stockholder The in a court court nl of any record ooitntv.of Much to hold a .Special" term of UNDER AMI HY VIRTUE OF AN KXKCIF- .N orw.lln. 11".1 better eyculKbt of the wutch tt It heard. Thin open;
Legislature shall not anthorlM' county for the purpose Issued of the County Court ( llr 1110 II niont, If all other
\ any county, city of trying eaae. In which the Judge of the court vard i> lot ,. a* they work U serbs doMlituM cut to rep
borough
,
: township or inoorporawd district to record County Florida .h..ln *I ll I* I
become stockholder In any oompanr.. ansoola- ".u".t law shah In be disqualified. Parties to any Llndsav and her nuslian.l ThO"." Lindsay.. are morn 111"111) fulllll the nt-i-oiiua revciit the Viirlou etiiU' rm* of the cmclflxlon. ,.
lion or corporation or to obtain or the a. court of record, shall have .I.lntll., a".I.1 T. Maasett .. ...... ('I.ltoo". rrniaon why (defucd
for appropriate Bam right to trial by judge ad lltera, or and us iK-ourajeit, the croiii
money or to loan: its credit to "I' will sell a* publlo auntlon for Itll
I referee
Mxoclatlon, Institution or Individual any corporaHon. ex- by tion, or the* as law may In exist under this constitu cub to the hlKheHt and best bidder, I.tor the eyes are p.o much) on the Incrpimo In'tbl. swords, HpeurM. the luittern used in Iliac
cept that the Legislators reference to cam. In clr- Court-house door In the town ol T counrry and In Europe lie In too
cipal may authorize muni Cult court. or may, If the jn.lca of the court of tnnil., on garden, etc. All of the buy
taxation corporation for such period to relieve of' from municipal record! be disqualified' transfer the cause to the TUB FIRST MONDAY IN SEITEMIIKR uiucb atudy of book In early Ute and ppropilnte Latin c'arTlul1 .
year a* to the moo. 1U tJuotl
Iclpal authorities eircuitconrtaatth.ooainty In which inch court all that tract of land In badly 1011. S
may seem proper any man u- of record may be. lIng In Hrevard county, Hiflitnil room. fly the holding
teetering enterprise that may I local* within the Florida, and descrllwifa*follows;: 'rterllnl IkiU Ind
said. mmmnithpaii'yhntsosi.ch exemption .hall Sectional! of Article V, ..f the Constltntlon Beginning eight chain west and three amiseventylive the upiier part In the palm of tha banal,
MANUFACTURERS" OF be for longer" perta.1 than fifteen year. oftheKtateof Florida. I. hereby ameotl.d 110 one hundredth chain" south of the The lIe,"....J, and lifting the under jaw on lt.< blng
u CO read ae follows I Northeast quarter of the Hmitlraaat'Iu.rur' th* Handel' father did all lie could to

..54ctlon 8'.1. Court. of Northwest quarter of Mention 4, Township !M K. enuh'to death the child'. mania for the Watch uiuy l ll opel"t. und ou tli.t.
ys.uwai
.Doors Sash Blinds shall be abor
ARTICLE!: XXV. lahed by the fegtsature kaiiiceua K.. thenoe run South three and twelve plate ) U ri'preMuiitutton of the
only upon a .p.atiIIa.ui and a half one-buo.lnxlth chain, thane West munlc-ln rnlu. When tbe household In.ll. I
That tb. following amendment of a majority of the regl.tered; voter of the table at llethlehein. with the *bei-
to tin
Tonstl- thirty-two chain,thence North three and twelve
Moulding & Building Material! lotion of the' State. of Florida be and I* hereby oounty where such eonrt 1. established.ARTICLE .. and a hat oo..huao..dth. chain, thence Kasl Was asleep the little child stole up t herd and their flock In the dl

sgreedtoandaliallbemibmltteJto the electors Ibl.ty.'wt .. |M>lnt of an to piny on a iplnet which talce.
fIt the S..te..t. the .lnnh.Io.. atta' The work of the watch In tbs
general election' In Movenv taming ten acre are
more or less a*
Office A; Warerooma. King oppont Her. IU04 for ratification or ralectloh. thtll.roprl.{ 111 Inturl.1 aunt bad him to
XXVII the .t.nd.nt. and the aaiu* to h.lpe brain of the *kull. the dial plate
Cannon Street. b"'D.
there. When
aatlsly "
Section of Article XVI execution. 'DIM"I. seven
shall
be amended whero the root of the mouth
*
a. to read a. follow: o That th. following' amendment to S....tl>m HO, J. P. BROWN. hi. father to take him ) b
Charleston S. C. Article: III. and Section 24. ..Jtltl..n the Hherlffof Ir..a..1 County Flotilla.Notice. entrete In a real kull. ThIs Isofllrer
IIeeUon" The Legislature; l shall provide. for (Action. 5, of Article t'j'I: "l'the Con --- wih to tie court of Saxe4Velmen-. gold with elutK>rute i.-rolU. while ant
the peed) publication and distribution of all I State of Florida be. an.t. rfre and, on being refined he tb.
Sash Weights Cord am law It may e"",, ". All decision of the So. hereby agreed 1.0. and shall be enbrnltted to Cite purue hour are marked M large Itouiun let. _
PJTIV'J00"'' and *" 1"w* "d Judicial deel....". lemor* of the si ale at the general election Co the chafne on foot till he wee up
hall be free lor publication by any person. be-beld In November, A. I>. liMM, t -wli: and to the duke', who on hear- tn. The work. are remarkably complete
lint no judgment of the Supreme Court ball iN THB CIRCUIT COURT L' AND FOR carrie even to largo silver bell with
Hardware. take effect until the opinion of the eonrt In Section 81 Article m, of the Constitution ot ..1.Jir.vzd County, Florida. In* one day play the organ, warn *o I
.nch cane shall be Died with the clerk of Midcourt. the State of Florida I Ia hereby amimled .*o a* I"1 Chancery amazed that lie on hi* father a miiidcul muud. whItb hold. hits _
Window and Fancy Glasf to read aa follow: n Thompson ) 111.te work In the skull when the watch 1* .
allowing
I mil for him to study manic. .
Section 30. The Legislature: shall not pass. Alex lIor. cloNvd. S
special or local law In Tla'Jm ) At the eg. of nine be began to I S
of the
A SPECIALTY.IF any following enumerated
cm
Non-Rl Uint. curious old .
watch la
ARTICLE XXVI. ease l that la tip -regulating\{ the T" Alex. Thotnmnnt po the church service for voice "III ctlll in per

Section I. of Article V. of the Conatltntlon. i or jurisdiction for the punishment and duties of of erlui any' *ulas or misdemeanor nf officer.' VI.r b"n rennlrwl to appear tn the Hill Instrument and during the three aDe ucce&llnit flt urlllr. and wh-n wound every day
of the Htaw of Flori... 1 ,( : : -l herein again In tbe keep accurate time. 1 too large I
hereby amended *oa except for the enforcement of pertal. Inca : .Ju year he actually composed I t'
a
to read a* follow: law regulating. the practice ..f courts fjustlc; rc on or before i be worn, and wag
Section 1. The JndlHal. power of the State providing. for changing venue. of civil and; DAY or AUGUST A. D. ISM.TtMEAvr .rYlc a week. Before. h. wa,fifteen desk probably Intenleltor SI

......- ball he vested laa. Supreme Court, Circuit criminal eases; granting divorce ; changing C'u. "IJAla I hereby >leltrnated uv oaf tnree opera., the nrat a or private attiitv"-FUlhideipbla
Court Court of Record County Coart.. tbe namee of per*.,n*| vacating roans; *uinnMinlag .tlie newsHH in which title order shall of rmp.f ledger. _
County Judge Mid Justice of the Feace.Section and Impaneling grand. awl petit Juries' t>'t.pbU"h'once each week tut eight oonwecu wblo. where tbe Immortal .
1t antI providing for their coinp sat Ion; for ass tl.. "Ln,ela pianga." occur,
6. of Article V. of the Constitution of Seaman and collection uf tease for Mat* and WI'_ 1 hand anal of office this the wee <1'1 There I Ia more catarrh in this sectionof
the Htat of Florida I.e hereby amende act a* to county and municipal JUVpOSa.; for opening; :-I day of June 11) .a performed thirty nlgttu In
alt
tbe than
read a* fallow. and conducting election' for Htat and eonnty Seal C*. CtJ A. A. ART ,tioroMHlon at At country other dilu.sut
anrl municipal ufflcer. and for designating| she ..nr' Court lamborJ. Venic. and the .
YOU RECEIVE 'A SAMLPE *
: "Swtlan! 5. The Supreme! Court shall hvsappaltate place of voting. for the sale of real estate .be Hr O. .... Stewart, Deiiatr Clera.ClroU I*N Scarlatti, hfrhlI masquerade a *tre&her. ootl Incurable. S
jnrlwllctlon. la all rate at law and In longing; tn minors seastee of dependents, anti of divinely at wal b
one
COPT OF THIS PAPER e>|nitr originating in circuit court. and of persons latmrlng "'.lr legal. disabilities;; regal ---- played For a great many lear doeol pro _
appeal from tne circuit cnnrt In eauea aria icing the fee of ofth-en. of th* stat or county Notice of Application for 1'ernilt and truly Identified the player with nouoced It a local tl.oo. pr. .
-IT IS TO- loc befnre count v ja.licMi. In matter pertain'In or munb-lpalltl*, giving *trp to Informal or i Handel: wa* either the little Saxonor local ( & falllnjf
to their .probate jurl8dlo hG. and In the invalttdee'tl or wills; legitimizing children! to Sell "I remflel.
: LET YOU KNOW THAT I managmnent of the .."" .... of Infanb. and laeauee providing. for the adoption nf children; reliev Liquors. Wines r the to cor loal treatment pronounced
J of conviction. of felony In the court ofreoorik ing, minor from "legal dla' >llltte* j and for to. and It Incarable Science baa proven catarrh -

WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO : u.. .etrcnlt and la_all Rlt.eilminaj Ibe .court eae shall originating have the la eclaiillihmea of fevrle. I _) Don't Neglect Your Kidney' to be .constitutional disease, and therefore -

power to tame *, Section. Article Ill.of Cite Constltntlnn of I requires conelltuUonal
:It BECOME. A SUBSCRIBER.: prohlhUloo." quo :'rnOt.o---: =: eorpna.oertlorarl. and, the sut* / Florida' I* bereny amended. so a* VM", tt. i.. MffTIM-Vr HAH FILED or they will bolt undermine your health. Hall' Catarrh cure trfatment _
all writ ner earv or proper to the ..nmpl.reeleTiIso to read a* follow ttnara nt County ( -mwlnel.m- Those backache, swollen feet *pot. F. J. A Co
fM Cheney Ohio U the
of It Hr".rd Count, glnri.ltu. hi. ; Telec'l ,
Ewte
i ,....* aall have power|ierla.ilctk'a.in hvrae writ! of of the bal..-. Sertlon, 44. The Legislature ball slahllsB a 1.1 rOI"nal' "sell LAqutwe. Wines .p before your eye* and especially the only constitutional the

i ewrpnatoaev. part of the state npm petition* uniform .system of county ..................,. It '' '1"t.cts 2. of said C"notl and general worn oat feeling In tbe mornlajr, It I I. taken doea tkC
dvW ,
lull I
by. or on behalf of mualrUwlltiM liwoeiajwe.ofn.itmnr It h election InS of kidney IDtrallln _
any held la actual I. are sure trouble
Mrsoa (
costody.ud may nuke such writ i than four on tu. baal of ; It .. "j"*? there be,at the of tb .Igl Jnlnr. drop to a & It acts directly
returnable .hall -taWl.h for_l> clans' aaTforn? Hoard > held atnl.. buahn cleanse the blood
: before himself or the Supreme Court a system & on TUly. uI .rer on the blood and mucous surface of
or any of governs sot It shall provt.1 for ,..., ? "**'. why _, -t. .ld not the abruoken wall of the -
\ : jtwtlce thereof or before ny "clnmtt, ju.lgs; sol the ? lrmber .. t kidney the ytem. They offer
.. .................... eovoor JOHN WALI.Kll ODe bund/ed
when not retarn4 to in* 8up"Cuan.. anapptMl W'J.: mnnlclpahty removing the ean and the pain with It.
ant fur f'. R for case It tails .
tn
Chairman of any cur*
to that 'n hall aI..,. tue, *artt hereafter Hiaird County, dolar
Section 11. of Article V, of the ConetitnUon be 1 Incorporated mnnl.-rp.llty Into j.... "I 5', >, Cunmlkmer*, Brevani. County, Hold at 0 cent a box by the Jed Vrosm 8e,110r circular aDd tetlraotita1 Ad- S _

I eUe and 110 law rlaciaK to th* ereattam ...I. rhama1, TUuTllle, dr., IT J. Cheney A Co Toledo O,




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p 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER. 2.. 1904.
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JAMEs PEITCIaD. President: WM. M. BEOWX, VicepresidentWISSTOW
prom
can be .bought for $tJ.OO to ,
EAST COAST' ADVOCATE S. BRAHNiNe; Cashier.
$25.00 per acre, according to loca Co-Operation The

tion. There are 10,000 acres opine '

.WBBKLT JOOmHAL DEVOTED TO Tor .. D..L- lands near Titusvllle and the First Law of Civilization INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

"BUT or TIE IVDIAM BITKB, LAZE railroad which can be bought at ,

1r{ WORTH AID BUOATHB BAY SBOTIOKS. $2.00 to $10.00 per acre, and are By E. H. HARRIMAN Railroad Ma,nat. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

juttt suited to peach growing,which,
PUBLISHED JBVKBY rBIDAY.cEA.LE in two years, would pay $100.0( HE FIKST LAW OF. ALL OUR. CIVILIZATION. Authorized capital, SIOO.COO

H. WALTON, edItor A FnbllalMr per acre; and in tbree year.II, $250.. ;AI IS TIn: CO-OPKttATION. : OF ALL INDIVIDUALS Paid up capital $25,000
Average deposits, $200,000
00 per acre. t TO IMPROVE THE CONDITIONS O*'
Discontinuance of adyta, mast be made per- The fall and spring of to.
crop
._11) at this office or by writing. matoes can be grown on any of LIFK. By division of labor each individual i in assigned Transacts a General Banking J

these lands and will $300.00 to or taken Iii in social !- w.
Obeoa,eto.,may be made payable to CHABIB yield !!! special part our organ
(. WALTOM,publlBher. to $500.00'per acre. We are asked zation.. This specialization of labor has become! moat minute. Not Business. :
to call attention to the above facts,
1 ..a_. In wrltlnit. to the ADVOCATE:for Inform so that practical farmers and 6th. only it* this true in scientific and philosophical research and professional 1 y Largest and Oldest Bank on the River. i

'Dill'ClOD a ok itainped-aildreKHad iny kind. ,the writer envelope.will oblige by enclose ere, who want to make a success, and Imsinesa! life, but in the simplest arid! earliest occupations 5- Exchange bought and pold 6n all Foreign

may come and Investigate for them. of men, such as the tilling of the soil, the specialist:! is found bringing 5 .711 Countries.__ I
BOSTON orrici!-TH. RUT COAST ADVO selves and settle in
this healthyand .
to. the aid of his industry and! scientific knowledge. ratronsRearprecleted.; Prompt service polite
OATS baa opened an oflloe at ''''tlantlo avenuetlloeton picturesque section of Indian expert treatment and every favor consistent with con.ervative .
,( J..Walton., which will be In charge/ Mr. CI'wile Illver. In primeval life the individual,with.his own hands supplied almostall CORRESPONDENTS banking granted.:

------- --- hi needs but now his personal effort contributes directly little, i if Phoenix National Bank. N. T.,Empire Treat
Address I oommunloatlone to K. Y., Atlantic National Bank .
of
>EA8T COAST ADVOCATE, SOME objection is feeing made to anything, thereto. lIe now satisfies his wants from many and as Jacksonville.Jacksonville. Fla.
Mr. Davis, the democratic candl
TiTomrii.i, "LOSI "'. diverse giving in exchange the product of his special ".rITUSVILLE: : :
sources ,
4 l r __,__ __ .. date for vice-president, on accountof I.aA.TTHE
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/ his age. This objection is not work. THUS MODERN SOCIETY HAS BECOME A COMPLICATED ------- '-- -- -

; h 1 7. 8. Department of Agriculture valid. Mr\ Davis, as all know who ORGANIZATION OR MACHINE WHICH CAN EAST' COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
"
I'/rl/; w Weather Bureau-Jupiter, ),I'Ja., enjoy his personal acquaintance I
1 yr ONLY :MOVE WHEN ALL ITS PARTS HARMONIZE AND i MANUFACTURERS: AND DEALERS IN-
exceptionally well preserved' for
The following is a comparative state.i -i one of his age. No one would WHICH IS OBSTRUCTED OR BREAKS DOWN WHEN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATKRIALEverytning: to construct a house.
i vent of temperature and rainfall for the I
? week ending Tuesday, Aug ao, 100&. guess him more than eventyan ANY OF. THESE REFUSES.TO CO-OPERATE OR PERFORM
Brick Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work Brackets.
t 1903ii I doubtless he feels than ,
-1004- '- younger
ITS SPECIAL FUNCTION.. Sash Doors, Blinds. Paint and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work
t ; MAY MIN. MAX. 1111'1'' that To offset that
any argument and
1
Nails Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens
21 86 74 III 70 be made his i It H H lit ,
may against Paints
25./ t 84 74 90 75 age Roofing; and Sheathing Paper Masury's and Varnishes.
t must be remembered that his Prices are not always the lowest, but stock I Is always the Best.
:lB 88 74 ,( 01 76 It needs no argument to show that what we nave accomplishei
27 8(1 76' :2Ml 77 nomination encourages asplrant'I' -Yarda at Titusvllle Eau Oallle Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-
28 \ 73 ". 94 70 for high office, to* join was possible only through each individual doing his part-through

; 29 81t 73 96 75 cratic party. In I89d the. party depending on others to do theirs-through co-operation. BY REMAINING
I 30 86 74 92 77
Total rainfall for the week: 1.20 nominated a presidential candidate INDEPENDENT OF OTHERS, MAN :MUST HAVE Hodges <& O'Haxa
Departure from normal rainfall for the, who was only thirty-six. As Its ;
IN HIS SAVAGE STATE. He has found it -
possible
CONTINUED ;
.
week: minus .18 Inches. Departure, vic .pre ldpntlal candidate iseigbry ...Manufacturers and(Deaters In...
( I from normal rainfall since January 1,' it is evident from the record, to improve his condition only by co-operating with others and by

t'YI Il'g f minus .84 HAL.Inches.p HABDIH, Observer.OATB. I that there are fnrty four year*. in becoming dependent upon others; HENCE THE FIRS LAW Rough and ,CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
i democrat's life which Dresstd
every during
fk. 1 ___-- be eligible to a place on the na. OF CIVILIZATION-CO-OPERATION. Orange-Box Heads' Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings,Shingles, etc.
S'1'' DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices delivered
tlonal ticket. What petty can to any part of the State. Address: hedges .fe, 0'Uua, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
"t, Pa I offer more in the way of oppurtun
i, For" President of the United State: ity ? Importance of Play to the Boy

ALTON B PARKER, of New York. ...
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For Vice-President: Ic9 yUUrown av J. H. PENNIMAN.! Philadelphia Mjt alor IF YOU WANT A... I
,i HENRY G. DAVIS, of West Virginia iFyou, can't nameso II
h For U. 8. Senator i other people can read .It, get F HROUGH/ play the boy learns the NECESSITY OF I

Aj For J.Congressman P. TALIAFERRO.: some one else, who can to write I It OBEDIENCE. obedience to the l laws of the game to thosein ,
/ for Names .Building Lot j
l an exchange.
you says
+ FRANK: .CLARK. signed to petitions, deeds and other authority to the law of gravitation. He learns human ..

STATE TICKET. legal papers are often so badly nature from play, whom to trust and whom to shun. The boy likes 1
i! or a lot with a BUILDINt3 READY FOR OCCUPANCY, '
written that It Is Irodosslble
utterly play with a purpose to it. Do not seek to repress him. Do not try
For Presidential Electors: to decipher them. The result Is LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
to make a prig of him.. To arouse interest is more important THAN
II. P. BAILEY. '
that petltlon.lole their Importance PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,
T. A. JENNINGS. TO. IMPART INFORMATION.
', J. C. B. KOONCE. because no one can tell the namesof We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.
1 the signers thereto, and '
B.
A. NEWTON. many
but there 'room.'
Settlers In still is If are
are flocking yon-
;, i F. B. HTONEMAE. papers are recorded that the names .
w For Governor '. of persons therein are guessed at looking this way, drop a line to
,.
1 yt For NAPOLEAN Secretary of B.State BROWARD.: by the recording clerks. "'here,II HANCOCK'S JAS., E. INGRAPAM, 3rd Vlce-Pre.ident.

'+ B. CLAY CRAWFORD. no excuse fojr, this kind of writing,
S For and It would be well rule LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y..
Attorney-General: to' OUt, ) .
1 a For WILLIAM H. ELLIS. without consideration, all such Liquid SulphurA ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
Comptroller:
I documents life is short
4' 1, ALONZO 0. GROOM. I i as too to
spend much of it trying to read
For State Treasurer
S I parlay!,..........cure C
S i WILLIAM V. KNOTT. names' carelessly or Indifferently!; lot all.1......et Ike
S For Superintendent Public Instruction:
written.IT .
1 WILLIAM M. IIOLLOW A Y. BLOOD SKIM and'SCALP

# For ComnriMlpner. of Agriculture: fact tipNCoaK'S Fer...III het or celd ftalha. Ter e..
it B. & MoLIN. Is a well.known that the t.,.al application. f ofNature's ......... P
For Railroad Commissioner: merchant with an established bust GraaUtt lirmltldt

JOHN L. MORGAN. ness needs advertising even more .. i.
For State Chemist .ccaiUtntleaal....",.
iy : o sass
t R. E. ROSE than the business just starting For BATH. and TOILET

l l1M1 For Justice of Supreme Court, 6 Years: The advertising of the new man Bcintltfii the eon ., r.....
k4'S R. FENWICK TAYLOR. may attract some of his old customas the Growth ol the gilt *ad ....
J For Justices of Supreme Court: well as a lot of new. The establleh tJ."' e,1t I DIIIG.III, .<.!.II lucaia* ..',.. I
ROBRKT .
COCKRELL. ,
Hancock'sLiquid '
il business ad.
by judicious
l THOMAS s. SIIAUKLEFOKD. lIall,,'. CruUit CirnileHa. I
J J. B. W UITl'IEI.D. vertislng in the ADVOCATE may 4 e.rM.e ar, M ee Sulphur Ointment
tl For Circuit Judge< : bold his old customers and secure U--\--. rr pard especially
MINOR\ A..-.f. = ..... .n. for Burs, Sc.ld.1.Ope.. ; .4.i; ,
JONES. = ,
{ ; t ; H. a fair share of the new'buelne .-'I.o.c::: _,_. _L.M..ual_ __. Sorca, Chalad. rarla.
1 along Indian River, where the E. _n -.. _.I0'- "/cwr..n.iI,_.10. Ka., Surlacai. Bon.. a
1V" 1..r 0..r w twuc.N.we..y '
COUNTY TICKKT.For aIraceaedfla.d.
C. ADVOCATE circulates Isletashen
very ex.
w.tt aid .U Sk'. Ill Lta
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tenslvely. esica co.Kss w .,........:. DUr..... r. :
State Senator i. -- -.---. _- -"'.......... -
FRED M. HUDSON.::\ !! c.." S -
For Representative t i,,,: THE New York Herald has come :: ,o a AN1je" Hancock ;-:' _
+' CLAUIEF.OLMSTEAD. ;"r.' 'S<1".. out in a s trong editorial for Parker Liquid Sulphur Co. r a
For County Judge: ,, .altlmor*, Md.
A. D. PENNEY.For .' ,o This will mean thousands of votes
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Clerk of Circuit \ l i for the democracy and will a
Court: go --------- ---------
II, A. A. STEWART. long way towards carrying New

1 For Sheriff: ..'". York for the democracy. The

For J.Prosecuting P. UUOWN.Attorney: people are all for Parker, in this To Orange and 1 w r

t M. GOLDSMITH.:: state, because he is safe sane and L.

4 For Tax Assessor: right. New York is naturally '
p. A. MCMILLAN. democratic and will vote natural

For E.Tax W.:HALL Collector: 'in November. Grapefruit Growers : T'1

For Treasurer: .*' ...
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11KMHY. ._ __ m_ __ __ .. __ ____
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WHEN reads about hard timesin
: one -- u -- -- --
Schools. -- -- --- -
For
r Supertntenilont of :
.10IIN R. WALKER.For some Northern cities, a glance fOLEYSIIONlYANDTAR fOIEY5K1DNEYCURE
County : into the Titusvllle stores will \Ve have 100,000) budded trees now growing In our nurseries, stocks and varieties ,
Surveyor
_ 4 J. O. KUIES. con.. to suit all soils and )locutions where orange and grapefruit can be grown. .toi tb.cougb nd h.a1..ualt Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right '
vince the that
115 55 For Count : most skeptical notwithstanding Soma,trees for summer planting.! But wo want to cull your attend to '
l \VM. R. WALKER. the "hard knocks" '
i a, JOHN K. M10T.\ this town has had, it Is still at the FOR FALL PLANTING.
R, A. CONKLINGt. head of the procession in Brevard FREES :I'! R uhln1.an & Co. i

J.JOHN FRANK O. JONES.BELL. county It is astonishing to see Tb ne should be engaged now. In order to secure yourself against disappointment -
For Members of School Board: the wagon loads of goods arriving when you get ready to plant them. Our new catalogue, now ready, tellingall 261 Washington St. l NEW YORK.
i A. J. CARTER almost daily. about trees varieties, stocks, locations, cultivation etc., and you can have It \J3 MurrayStreet.. J N.Y.

B. F. IIAIU>ESTY. ------ for the asking. We \give, you the benefit of years' experience, and the best value
If J. M. OKKEUADVANTAGES for your money to be hud of any high class nursery In Florida. Nothing but the
THE Florida orange crop for the ben la its grade, and. that U not too good for you. All Inquiries cheerfully. re-
Oranges
coming season is estimated at about poided to. No White Fly Pineapplesand

OF THIS SECTION 2,500,000 boxes, and the crop of

1 OF FLORIDA. grapefruit will be double that of Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
NURSERIES
St THE OKLA W AHA
{ last year. Probably 25,000) boxes '
of will be shipped from of the represent
several
oranges represent largest shippers In your /State,and wish to
1 1 There is no part of Florida which this section of Indian River.
; S offers more advantages to the set O. W. CONNER Tangerine Fla. you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.
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tler who wants to make rootiey by -
WREN of
a graduate Cambridge \
t >r ( his section own around efforts and than the immediate Tltusville University, England, commits' J. I-I.' ]D O]g]B I 1V'!:>>. ESTABLISHED!: 1871)

near 'crime the authorities of the university (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)

l h'' ; orange where we and have vegetable some of land the in finest the take his degree from him <3TJ3NTBadges: .nd: 2..c> C33L. SJ.\ ITI3. : Lane & Son

and strike his name from the rollsof Checks Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith Supplies."REPAIRING .
state. To Illustrate In
: orange the alumni. OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTYGun ,
culture, Mr. C. J. Coggin netted and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
1 $350.00 per acre on ten acres; 224:! Main St. .Jadkll4'>uyllle. Fix 250 WASHINGTON' STREET, NEW YORK.. !

Judge D L. Gaulden on eight THE eye of the public like that

j acres netted the same; };. L.Brady of an individual, sees only what is JACItSONVILLE. Southern Fruit and Produce :

netted $5,000.00 on a young twenty in sight. The memory of the pub.

I acre'grove : Wm. M. Brown netted lie; like that of the Individual, is WOLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL Corner Bridge and Bay.SUeeU. .

$2,500.00:) on a fifteen acre groveS short. Hence success" in advertisIng JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Oo-m,TiQJ.ssl033.: Dtv.Toxcla.ara.ts.: : :
S and will double that this The comes through keeping the s
J year. -Rooms 73cts: and 'J.oo.- .
OOots
,
i: Carlile's netted about $1,000.00 business constantly before the pub. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

from a twenty acre grove. Ho eye and persistently in the pub. A first-class Restaurant in Connection. tl

w Now, these same kind of lands lie memory. J. II. WOLFE Manager. StonoU, Card and our quotation furnished on application.

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KIST COASt' ADVOCATE, 'SEPTEMBER y. 1904. Gj72 ,

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.... .. .. ..... Rockledge. i CAMPAIGN SONG. GEORG MARS ,JOHN, MARX. :l

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j72 EAST: COAST ;;;. ;;;. -I Mr. Coachman-Is a genial \,visitor at On the-"Mnrchlog'Vhroujh Fairbanks: of Indiana" /:Teddy Oaorgta.round. his :I\a: :R ]B <>S.* '".A:,

Mr. Hatch's and friends in community runnliiK,, mat, j?
******************** And how the Huoatora aborted when they: ohoaethtil WHOLESALE GROCERS '
.1 Oak cottage on Barton avenue will be .r oamlldaut t
... States will \
And all the other W rn join the
under the management of Mr. and Aha

o Newtev: Note Contributed, bv Our Regular :$ Win Young, the coming season. Arm greet every(oombtne doubtful tttat will surely fall In line.
Fruit and Produce Jobbers.'i
: Corps oC East Coast Correspondents. :: An addition of new song book make CHOllt'8
: more attractive the chapel. Sunday Ta 1'"d-t..rl.e'' 'r. arty tlmunautl I
.. ...... . .. .. school and Wednesday evening services. And we'll all olliub the lewd wagon when atrongl 1'0.1.1)
.WVVww -_taNN11N1Melbourne. .'.y.w.vwvvvwwe....HOUt HN. '
Miss M. E. Red wine, who has been the' MarchlnJonco"lctof'J.Alton coiutm slung Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

the guest" of Mr. and bin Magruder for

Jensen.Master a short 1.1 me, rotuiuod to Otlol'gla18t\ Tn lot B WIIIIu, Alton Jlngio It.,..ha..ere'Bryan/ knout von about the, golden WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED,

Friday. standard out f -
Leaving 011'the golden plank was a fatal trap
S'jf-! Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, Grady Hull Rev. Wm. E. Hall always has something tot you./ PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
was seen on our
the, pInk of the East Coast will be that will Intercut help and encourage And now the whole caboodle will" sorely tumble
paper
streets this week, with his broken leg In through. Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow .a.ln season.
received at the Melbourne Postomce.: cast. one, at the 11 o'clock Chapel
a plaster
service on Sunday. : Chord JflsT"We: solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable '

RICHARD ,V GOOD-Real Estate votary Dr. lame preached a good: sermon to An Inpromptu dance at Cocoa Hall Oraaan tU election tout forth a joyful not. I,
Publlo and for Etua a large congregation In the Town hall, i Theraelao States in November will show us -
Liverpool andLou.touandOlobeandKartforJ'lreeuranaeCompanies Sunday evening. Saturday evening attracted several of how to vote I DEATH OF CAPT. BROCK.We WIlY USE OLD !STYLE:: BLOCKS,
Special attention our young people to that |>lactf for their While all the other Western States wlllahout the >S
paid to ttte Interests ot non.resldente. glad arulaim. when yon can buy the best Self-Lock-
Geo. E. Coon aud wife have ret.llrnedhone mutual pleasuie and pastime.
From Main to California will oome. the grand chronicle Ing Tackle Block at nearly) the same '
HOTEL HKLLRVUE Moltmnrnn, Florida. A and commenced housekeeping retrain. regret to the death of I ,
You may be Interested and profited by price. Now In use In the United \
healthy winter resort on hitch pine land overlooking their new residence. Cart. Chas. II. Brook .a former resident ., '
Indian Rates and joining oue of the classes at the Rook- Thorn: States Army and Navy Departments. :,,
River : tl: upward of \ and steamboat
per day Special rates per week or ......."". The frequent rains are causing pineapples ledge chapel at 10 o'clock Sunday morning I Alum H., supported Bl1an In his pornilliitlil commander Tltusvllle Indian a popular River during the Examine them atPrltchard Sons or .'" ,
Write for rate to Madam K. M Campbell, and grass to grow; very luxuriant. ; Mr. Salmon's "Primary; novo Hall, sham on the ADVOCATE office. TUusvllle.
Manager, R. W. Campbell Proprietor.iO. ly. We have bad more rain in ibis section Young People," or the "Bible class" Amid when he taw he would be beaten. Rant hi* "palmy" days of the Indian Itlvet t.eluu. I
Kttluou telegram I boat Co. Cnpt. Brock formerly ownedan '
F Paddlnon'ii fast launch was In this. summer! than usual Miss Virginia Hatch met with a misfortune Dave Hill hla tried to fool the people,wbllemakln& orange grove at City I'olnt, on Indian William Hiiulle ,':

Melbourne Sunday. Dr. Savage of West Palm ieach, in the spraining of her ankle ou And m P.> .rlLer'elute* catch on-telegram was sixty dais Klver where he and :Airs Brock lesldod ,. I Ii
preached a good sermon In the Town Friday last while getting moss for too UM.Enwtit. for a while.Referring.
The Misses Maude and Ethel Powellare hall on Sunday moaning In Dr. Jones' decoration at the pavilion. .She has not R. WATTLKS',Sidney Center, N. Y. to his death the Jacksonville i TIN, COPPER AND, SHEET IRON

now visiting the fair. Jones' pulpit. Owing to the rain, there been able to be around and her friends 'i'lmUnlon. of Friday last said : I WORKTER.

Messrs Garter and Bean jean, enloyed wan no service at S 30. miss her. proving the .{..('e. Capt. Charles II. Brook, an old real- Work

a drive to Eau Gal lie Sunday. Chats S, Schuyler left for.New York Chas. Hibbs who has charge of the A new science. butt bvou liuiUKurutou dent of Jacksonville, and one of the beat Plumbing Pump Pipe Fitting.

Fred Fee has returned to Fort Pierce on Tuesday, to be away a month. Mrs. Baker place has found the rain that we It Is culled euuouloa"; end ri'laU'x! to known of all died steamboat 5:30 o'clock men on the Ht.. GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE a
Johns river at : ycst.r.day
!Schuyler:: Karl and her two daughters have had lately favorable to the
after a few days visit In Melbourne. very the Improvement of the rill''>, chiefly In afternoon after a brief Illness.
left on Wednesday for Cocoa, where they setting out of decorative and border very TANKS MADE,TO ORDER.
JohnVllochey. of View the a physical way. lu H word. It cointrnxthe For several weeks Captain Brock had t
Bay was joined Mr. Schuyler, and all proceededto plants and to the grass set out for lawns, I
;;: guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Minor Sun New York to spend their summer out.- making it root and grow: nicely. Dti-wllng! of stronger children. I'ru beenln command the Clyde's St. Johns ? Your Patronage Is Solicited.
River Line steamer Fredrick Denary durIng
Ing. fesaor ,,Francis Dalton I the famous Kng- '
COCOA FLAB
day.Sam The Ladles' I
made
oolety quite a success the absence of Captain Croaser.
Llnsey returned to Daytona last of their Ice llsh biologist of the new science. :
cream and cake on Friday says While the Denary was lying! at Hogan !
lie
,l Saturday to go to camp .with the State Could Hardly Get Up. evening the :28th.! There was a "The nlm of eugenics Is to rt'l>I'l'"C'lIt Street yesterday afternoon, just prior to

Guards. P. H. Duffy of Ashley III., writes good orowo and patrouage: and 910.3d each cliiHM or sect by Its 11l+lIt np clUieni. her departure on her regular! trip up the BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER ;
Rev J. B. Hawk went to Eau Gallle "This Is to certify that I have taken two were added tit the funds. It was well river Captain Brock was taken with n :
last Sunday afternoon to preach at* the bottles 01 Fole>'. Kidney Cure and 1I II managed and po* ,,1Ntttd excellent social amusing them to 'optribute wore violent attauk of what appeared to be

: evening service. I ban helped me morn th.n any other teaiuiea. The ladles expect to hold another than lu-lr proportion to the next generation acute Indigestion. Seeing that he was ,
medicine., I tried msnv advertised, about the full muun of bepieruber. ; that done, to here them to too 111 to make the trip up the river I will be located In Eau Gnllle after 1

I Mlnola Mrs. Laura Newton and niece Miss remedies, but none of hem gave: me any A meetlug was held at the home of Mrs. work out their common cirlllKatlon In Captain MUUHOD was placed. In charge of July ftth, and be prepared to do all kind +
Cole are the guests of Mr. and relief. My druggist recommended Foley's Hall on thursday the :27th fur the purpose the De Bary. and Captain Brock wan removed .- i ,l,
Mrs. Christian this week. Kidney Cure and It bas cured me. Before of sewing and other work.A their own wuy"What to the steamer Comanche and Dr, of work In this line. Write roe for estimates ,;

Mr. and Mrs. John Minor have 'rented commencing Its use I was In sucha t run n learned society do to Manning summoned to attend him. on your work References If desired I

the Episcopal Rectory and will be la shape that I could hardly get up when further such a sclencvT Professor Gal- As he continued to suffer very mush Address,
Melbourne fur some time.A once down." sold by Red Cross Pharmacy D07.\VUd, Hide for Life. ton suggests 'the ,following course of Charles A. Clark's ambulance was sent< ..t'TIIOS.
Tltusvllle Fla.Indianolaa. With family around expecting him to for and he was removed to St. Luke'. F. KELLEY j't'
number of our Beach young folks took: a die and a IUD riding tot lire, 18 miles, to procedure: First, dissemination of a Hospital. In atihort time after reachingthe Box 23*. Eau Gsllle. Fla. 1

trip to Melbourne to the surf by moonlight get l r. King' New Discovery for Con- knowledge of the laws of heredity s.. hospital h. passed. away The body .,:
recently enjoy
bathing.! \ aumplion coughs and colds, W, H. far as they are surely known and, promotion .was removed to the undertaking establishment l

Mr.. Wlnham and family of Daytona Brown, of Leesvllle, Ind, endured death's of their further study; second of Funeral Director Charles Hodgson Bros. ,

have rented the ,Well cottage; on Front agunles front asthma; but this wonderful historical Inquiry Into the rates with A. Clark where will remain until the
street and we hope they will make this Miss Frankle Gruber of Tltusvllle lathe medicine gave Instant relief and soon arrangements for the funeral are corn
their future home. guest! of Mrs S. J. Field. cured him. He writes:" I now sleep which the 'various classes of society :' pleted.Captain. EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. "

Mrs. L. B. Dawson of Narrow., and Mrs. J. M. Field returned home last soundly very night" Like marvelouscures have contributed to the ,population Brock leaves a widow, a daughter Marine, : Railway.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis bawson of Tltusvllle Saturday from a six weeks' visit In of consumption pneumonia, various time; third, systematic collection and a son. H... Brock and daughterhave general Merchants and Ship Chandlers.
bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip been spending the summer at Mill- ;
Ohio prove
were guests of Postmaster Goode of facts showing the circumstances }
-Special Facilities..
Its matchless merit for all throat and bridge Me. They were notified by telegraph ) I
one day last week. Master John field expect. to leave lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50o In which large and thriving last night of the sudden death of for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing I

Melbourne's'. base ball team ,went to home In a few days to attend the Houston and 100. Trial bottles free at Red families hove most frequently originated Brook His son Is a mechanical

Cocoa last Saturday to the launch : High School at Aribe Ga. The. fill Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. Fla. ; .fourth, a study of the Influences engineer, who lives at 3i>02 Hill Streetn Yachts and Launches.Mention .
Shamrock. Melbourne was a loser this term commences Sept 6th. Fairfield Captain Brook lived next door AnvooATB when writing.
time, but the boys are hoping for better A few of i affecting marriage; fifth, persistenceIn at No. 2000 Hill Street. ,
our residents
prominent at.
luck next time. The Coooa 'team .Is tended the meeting of Freemasons at Tltnavllle : EIGHT SECRETS SUCCESS. setting forth the national Importance For nearly forty' years Captain Charlie )

hard to beat. last Friday, and witnessed four- of this 'kind of study.. Rays tile writer Brook as he wan familiarly known, pad Stanley Kitching
: to,
: In conclusion been engaged In stcamboatlng on the $...
On August 26th, the remains of Msj. candidates take an entered apprentice' A certain fellow who an.wer.d"ad"." :
Johns bad been connected
It. B. Dawson were brought up from degree. I tisements In cheap story napery has had : "There: are three .ta,..'to be passed wltb the river.Clyde He Line! since that company -Dealer InPISHIXG -

the narrows to be burled In the Melbourne Guavas make a very fine vinegar fully some Interesting experiences. He learned 1 through before eugenics can be widely absorbed the DsBary-Baya MerchantsLine TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
that by sending a 91 bill to a Yankee he ,
cemetery The many friend. of as good as pure cider vinegar and the could practiced. First, It must be made familiar of steamerIn the good old steam
the Major at this place followed the wonder Is get a cure for drunkennens. And Tobaooo Pipes, Candles, Fancy China
remains that more of It Is I
not made academic until Uoatdaya on the 8t Johns, Captain Brook
he did. It was to "Take a pledge and as an question and Temperance Drinks.
to their last resting<< place and when the guavas are so plentiful that commanded some of the best and fastest
strewed the grave with Howers.. Mr. E. they are rotting on the ground. 1 keep It. Its exact Importance has been understood steamboats on the river. lie was always The following brands of cigars deliveredat
P. Branch made some appropriate remarks 1I I Then be sent fifty two-cent stamps to and accepted as a fact; secondly with the traveling public 61.96:: per box of 60:
a Ireatfavorlte
There I. a large of find out how to raise
both members. Mr. Branch of the and the G Major'A. R.were Post where this' year, crop and: the jelly guavas factories every He found out.-turnips"Just take successfully. hold It must be recognised ... a subject and In the days of the greatest rivalry Humboldt, ,Key West Smokers Premos
same !
at Jacksonville both here and at Merrltt are running In I of the top and pull." the practical development! of which Is between the various steamboats, the Cremo, Cubanas jtabalskl.>

full blast. While the fruit will last some I Being young he wished to marry and In near prospect and requires serious boat commanded by Captain Brock Flinch Card., BOc. ; Hand Made Palmetto
time longer the heaviest ... was always orowded.Ulil death. will be
run nf nannlnv sent thlrtv-four ana-nant .tam a Hats, 23o.
-- -- consideration thirdly It must be Introduced -
What IB Life. the I ;; ; regretted by all who knew him, and his
juice will likely be finished this Chicago firm for Information as to how STUART ,FLORIDA.
Into the national conscience of their
week to make an Impression. When the family has the sincere sympathy
answer I
In the last analysis nobody knows, but came It read: "Sit down on a like a new, religion. It has Indeed many friends
we do know that It la under strict law. pan Captain Brock was valuable a factorIn
Iluckleit'g Arnica Salve. of dough. It was a little rough but he strong clalmh to become an orthodox
abuse that law;" even slightly pain results the upbuilding of the old Jacksonville
Has world-wide fame marvelous'cures. was a patient man and thought he religious tenet of the future, for eugenics
Irregular living,means derangement of for would yet succeed. and notably a part of her life that the
the organs resulting In constipation It surpasses. any other salve lotion Next advertisement be answered. read: co-operates with the workings cf new city will/ miss him sorely, and joins r
headache or liver trouble. Dr. King's; ointment or balm for outs, corns, "How to double In six nature by securing that humanity shall heartily with tbs Clyde Line In lamenting 1

New Life Pills quickly readjusts this. burns bolls, sores, felons, ulcers tatter month.*' He was your told money to convert be represented! by the fittest races. bis death. And we loin beartly with
It's gentle thorough. Only 2ft/ cenjg, salt rheum eruptions; Infallible for piles. his money Into bills fold them and he I his host of friends throughout the
at Red Cross Pharmacy' tun III", Fla. Cure guaranteed. Only S.To. at Red would see his money doubled. What nature does blindly, slowly and country In sorrowing for the big heart,

I Cross Pharmacy Tltiisville Fla. Next he sent for twelve useful household ruthlessly man may do providently the warm hand the strong man .that baa 1 1d

articles, and he got a package of quickly and kindly. As it lies withinhis passed from our midst

Fort Pierce. Georgiana.Mrs. needlea.He power, so It becomeif his duty to

was slow to learn, so he sent $1 to work In that direction, just as It Is his RE-BUILD CAMP GROUNDS. I I ZJAttfQTO 1 1I
find out "how to get rich." "Work like .
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher' Tliwsel of An- Chambers was calling on Mrs. the devil and never spend a cent," and duty to be charitable to thane! In mis -

kona. Hughes, Wednesday. that stopped him. fortune. The Improvement of our stock To tlltl O""rflll'/'t1T'' ..1

But his brother wrote to find how of the --- -- --, .- -
out seems one highest objects that
Heavy rains fell In this section last Dr. Holmes was down Tuesday of last The presiding elder of the Daytona
Sunday week to see his patients at this place. to write without a pen or Ink. He was can be reasonably ntttlI pted. We are district Kev. A Hcott:! has authoilzudKev. ''
told to use a lead pencil.He Ignorant of the ultimate destinies of C. O. Hicks to solicit aid for the rebuilding .. THE ANilE USER BUSCH
, Mr. Milton paid Eden a flying visit Miss Dora Breese was visiting her slater sent >l to learn bow to live without of the camp grounds at Tltusvllle

; Tuesday night. Mrs. C, D. Provost, on Friday of work, be was told on a postal card humanity but feel perfectly sure that where a ,meeting will be held In

Rev TornpkleH and wife left, Tuesday, last week Mrs. 1'10'0.10 accompanied "Fish for suckers, as we do. It Is as noble n work to mine Its level, October 1IXM, Brewing Asso's.r"mou. ;

" for a few week's visit at Tampa. Miss Dora home for a visit with her -...&- as it would bo dlHgruceful to abase it. We kindly ask everyone who desire to

,\ Holmes and of Fort'tDrum.were parents. Fearful Odds Against Him. I see no Impossibility. In eugenics, becoming see us have a successful encampment St. LouUKsff and Hot-
K ,
wife
Uncle Hughie shipped his last lot of to aid us as much as possible.
pleasant visitors In town this week scuppernong grapes Tuesday He still Bedridden alone and destitute ) SurhIn a religious doNna among man Dear friends do all yon can for us, tied Hear

A. E. Trowell and wife returned, baa a very few mangoes for his own use. brief was the condition of an old kind, but Its details must first be worked remembering at the same' time that "The Bold l b? Me..,...r.A.Losley and

Wednesday night from a few days' visit They have lasted three months and a sailor. by name of J. J. Havens, Ver.sallies out ..odnlou l.r in the study. Overseas Lord loveth the cheerful. giver" R. L. MCJtlow.TICuI"III.rla. .

up the ;.State. half, having all he could use from May with O. For disease years he was troubled leading to hasty notion would. do The looal manager, IU ", C. C, Hicks By Mr, H. kMotlow,Coooa, ria.
kidney and neither doctorsnor .. :
lath to Sept. 1st. will b around In a few days. Please/
A large force of men arrived Monday medicines jcave; him relief. At length barm by holding out expectations of a help him.

and went to work digging! the canal Mrs. JU, L. Dower and daughter, Miss he tried Electric Hitter. Ir> put him on near golden ago which would certainlybe A., rlcorr Presiding Elder JOSEPH ZAPF

Tuesday morning Hattie were visiting r.. Annie Paxton his feet In short order and nw: he testifies falsified and cause the science to be ,a
and daughter Miss Mary for several : "I am on the road to
complete recovery
} Miss Luba of Dade discredited. The first and main Sole
county point
DeBogory I Agent.
Shoe
days last week. Miss Mary came home Best on earth for liver and ICel"Llrln"
Is visiting her sister Mrs. Clarence Sum- Is to !secure the general Intellectual acceptance -
with them for a visit of a few days returning kidney troubles and all forms of stomach -
merlin, for a few days. Thursday morning. and bowel Complaints. Only SO cents. of eugenics" as a hopeful and 010 to 6:40: West Bay Streetl'
I do all kinds of boot and shoe .
repair.ng
The Jensen boys came up, {Saturday Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. most Important Then l let Its
)fro and Mrs. Edwin Nelson, who have study. and do not forget It. Opposite J... JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and inflicted defeat the White
quite a on been at the. World's Fair, and visitingat principles work Into the heart of the Pritchard A Son. AMUKKW Uinsotr,

City team. Try again, boys.The their former home In Minnesota, arrived TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. nation, which will gradually give practical Tltusvllle Fla r
Rev. Tompkles held services in here Monday, and are visiting
effect to them In that ---
we
the Methodist church, last Sunday morn- their father and mother Mr. and Mrs. ways HOW TO SAVE ICE.
Ing and evening to large congregations, Page for a few days before going on to The following are the times of arrival may not wholly foresee." OVER FIVE THOUHANU/ / OF WALton's -
their home at Miami. Their adopted and departure of passenger trains to and It surely Is time that matters of this Itapld Calking Toots now In use

Messrs. Dan and Bryan McCarty left daughter Miss Corda, came up from tom Titusvllle: sort be talked of In purity and frank by boat owners In the United Nt, ...

on the midnight train Saturday, for a Miami last week to meet them and to ,Ot7"BIIOI7J1P.r..aTlta..m.orJollaml.lld. ness. The upbuilding of the race In Price "1.00 and s.OO each at the AoYOOATM -
Visit to the World's Fair and other places. accompany them home when their visit I ace office, Tltuvllle Fla.

over. pm every possible way should become a .--- .-, -'. ,- --- - --.-.. ..
The city fathers. are having shell l distributed InMrnMdfaM point at i tOJMpo passion with IM all. The chief quostlon
on some of the prlD&lpal.tr.e.: ... vv f T f V fT YYTTTTTTYT????TTY
FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING VOBTHBODXD.tMveTttnsvlllerorJacksonville. of life Is not "What can 1 do to get !
While It helps for the time being It Is
a:12
not permanent.. remember the ADVOCATE office J, sis rich f' or "What can I do to become UI UNIVERSITY=
_Intermedia ) notorious'
.. points :13 pm or even "What can I do to
--- -
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___ .-_ r TltnrrllWi for Baa lord 1o: IJ... save myself but "What can I do to ..-
arrh..TlI""e from SanfordU9: II p... E OF --._- e
l make the world betterT" The question of economy on the ice bill


MTJTITAL 1 i! :LIiFE: f[ Dade County-Land For Sale. Are You Going. North ? .. --, FLORIDA.FIRST Is housekeeper one, butchers that appeals as, well grocers as forcibly to druggists)hotels to restaurants ,every and-


i iT" In fact to merchant who consumes
every
I'' I I I I I I For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof 1)o not fall to get your tickets via the Ice In his business.
of
section
southeast quarter 8 township -
rS trlRTAIT C E 38, south of range 41 east; close, to popular Clyde Line, from the agent, : -CLASS PROVISION : Numerous tests and careful experiment
I C. II. W4LTOIf.Tltuullle. Inir have the
,, :' 'tt l O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on resulted In discovery of the
8t Loci River; 40 acres. Fla. -FOIl- HAVIN ICE PAD which when placed
In your Ice box or the Ice chamber of
-- --- - --- northeast
W Also the quarter of north
If are contemplating taking out Life Insurance, give us a call east quarter of section 18, township M, Job Printing. FOR--BOD Y. A new p wuuddldi'.u" : .pp..l your refrigerator, will\ reduce the consumption .
of Ice 15 to H3 I.:'
you south of range 41 east; on sooth fork of \ M J N D A .lar.. rarniltr ot nvwf your per cent.
and we will guarantee you .. Good Insurance and Reasonable Rate as fit Lncle River;40 acres. Apply to I MboliUlr. I iMvlaJlau. The Pad Is an Ingenious little device the

CHAS H. WAZ.TOJT, Do not forget the fact that at the AD- M 0 RA LS Jut Motto Honnd simplicity which Is one of Its greatest ;
Reliable Old-Line
In Company
can be secured any TUnsvllle J'la. VOOATSJ' office, TUusvllM, w. do Job moral good thai heels ol recommendations. AU you do Is to place)
ele..bJp. It on the bottom of Ice chamber
just t7..,,1-1. U i .v Xs' *T :IJ-- fjto WILSON> /\ Brt*=r.' printing of aJl kinds,'neatly cheaply and 1 with the Ice resting npon your It, and It will

LIFE FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE.Our ? We cannot guarantee to publish xpedltlonsly. l;ett rhe.d*, Notebeads Address] THE PRESIDENT.Lake do the rest. Write for booklet. '

Items that do( not reach this office before Billheads, Envelopes Tags and all other
Companies have all stood PbridaoFir. .- riFTY YEARS. : City. Fla. P. O. WALTON, AGENT.
W. also Represent the only Insurance Company. BOOB on Thursdays kinds. J AAUUJAAuf & A&4A&4& TUusvllle. Florida


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California Prune' Wafers.- East' --- I

Florida Coast Ry.
The great tonlo cathartic, an Invalu
Small -Potatoes able cure for MalarU, Biliousness, Con

stlpatlon, Nervousness, Catarrh of the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June '4 1
lack ofPotash I Stomach Bad Breath
result from a Oily Skin, Sleep ,
:, leHsneas, Wind and all Liver, Stomach OVTNSOVND-READ DOWN. I04.1
and Bowel trouble. too) Wafers 23 cents r #

1 Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. Fla. Q) f fo y! D.u1.N .H DWG 'i I STATION*. :Daily..Lv ..*....


b v... .. ..... ........ JaokeoifvUle ..,.........,.,...... r 1
al. .. .. .. 0
li Ia V> JaokKuivill
*
in the soil. Potash produces & l9 Nat,. ... ... .. ..etAUnuataa. .. ...... ....... 70aM 6 /
1 Rural Delivery Notes I IIt ; .Hastings*............................. 1 N{O S
size and quality. / t 0f/ 111 1: :.i. Palak.. .... Ma Yp
r
'' wl {lpP1 l0 D Ar, .............. Palatka.1.. ...........Lr a 1**
1 We hv Is estimated by the postmaster r 1.6 L. .. TOO. 1 j

vat book u.bls which general that postal receipts this- ft cal 110 I 81 p r ............. ..I..........San MMO....................._....1,. -. -.. Ile
explain mar t year will approximate $144,000,000. l"'aLy ................ ....8aaM.IeO..A.r 1ss IMp s

fully the fer which la nearly double' the figure of ii P LY ...........................Neo... ...........................Lv I N;:
value leas than tea years ago. This great I' p .._..........................BunnelU.............;.............. II .. a u..>
flitting ................................Dupont. ................ .. .
of PotKW expansion of the revenue-and the postal ( lip'....................... .. Grmond .....................I. I
will ; 'a expense as well which Is even ........... ............... Dayton....................... ........ 1 M. _
__ I. lip ..Port Orange...................._....... ..a I
*nd them greater-is largely due of course to the ..... ........... ..
C'p .. ............oou..N..w SmriI *.. ....... a ..
fr*. to oy extension of the, rural free deliveryservice. .. ..... ............Oak IIII1....................._......... t SI If.
farmer who ............................ ..Tituvllla.---...... .12. J I I
I ........... ....................Ooeoa...... .. .. .... .. _... 111.
writ* for ni Ip .... ..... ...... ....:.....t.... .: .
t The appropriation for the rural free I ... .. .......R'akl.dge :. .. ..... I iT. II I
U ........................ ..Call Oalll.............................. lit. !
"GERMAN KALI WORKS delivery service for the coming year If >10 ............................. Melbourne.---................ 1..
i a U &
., I Is $20,773,700 but this sum will not M Ii p .............................,0baallaa............................. 11110. uoi 1. "
Maw Y.rk-CS Naa..a Kfnwt, t 01 44 p ...................... ........I I'. La..te..1..i... 11011a ?
>} 0k Lass. Mw 4th M4 Olive Bta. enable the department to> create as is 51 ............................ Ft. mere..*............................ 11 IG! II 10 MM lit
t many new routes as were possible last M 51 :........... .... .............Tl bb.le.. _................
,- ..-.-.-- -- Tri-Weekly Sailings .. 51 _...............................Bd n............:..................... 1H.H. /Nt/ Ye
;year. The reason for this Is that 97 I., 10 P, ................................I.a..a ,.............................. I.*
DRAINAGE OF ROADS. per cent .of the appropriation will be 51 ......... ............ ... t 08 *
_. /t p ........................ {!ob Soond................::.:.:::.. 1/ tip p t Ilea..
--- used to pay salaries] of carriers under BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. p ............. _.......::. ..t Jupiter............._.......... 1 1. .
I' \Veter I* th. r..t..t IOnemy .f the Increased rate of oar. 4 fl 1Y 51 .,................-...... w Palm Beach .......................... Pl.'
Good III.-h_.,... 05 51 .. ..............................Boynton. .............................. n.I t M lee.
It is expected that wltb the new Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) J.el 'p ... ......... .. ..... .....Delr."............ .._ 140.
Among till I'li'iuentit! and force of order of things It will be to p'p .. : ..... ..... ....:.Ft Lane1Rallandal.. .. .. ...::.::::.:::::....... r. eu.
there several enomlca ofgool'roud. possible N I p ..:.:::. ....:. ....::....... .....".............. ... ........ fl' M
nature tiff establish routes at the rate of about The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise! Service I SI p .... ................._...lyenion City:........................... pN.p *. I
*, but the( greatest of them la 600 a month. At this rate the entire Tool 4 p 4r............n.......... .. ...MI.mi...... ........ .... ..... .......X/T 1 ga.IANFORD .

Water. It wnsho/ nwny' )le material appropriation will be expended by the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

of the "roiid./ It Mouk Into tbu road: time congress meets In December Direct bervlce Between BBANOH.S.T1 ORANGE OITY BRAHTOa.

anal Hoftoim It 'no that the wagon :Miss Ruth Lane, nineteen ;ypars old, Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. eratwwa' N.2 oTJ'3'lia i 81'41'1' _.. lei e. !
wheel cut Into the urfnc. making of New Bedford, Mass., has been appointed Dw F Drily> Dstl D.11 U.II Dd1 I

rutt null liolou. It permeate and a rural mull carrier on a route (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) T06 ......... Tttartll.Ar II UpII !IMp 10 10* I/T..K. Smyroa.Arp{ Mp ,
that has been given by two men SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS I.> a ........... Ot.. n...........Ar \ M* 't/p 11 ft.l Lv.''lk Helen .Ar 110p U '
py .Softens the foundation HO that the surface up floothbounil. Lewis Wharf Bostonfortbbound Ole *. v.........Enter pdea....ArSatrtord 11 00* 1166p.11lO.Lv.Or.n>te C/ty.Ar H S
because of the rigors of the position. I M Ar......... ,
y of tho rontl sinks or breaks up. ...from foot of Catherine Street JncksonyllleClyde 10 lOa /OOP 114ta Ar. .O/ City Jo. LTI 19 11pa t

.
In fhe winter the water that la In the Carrie Nation got knocked down for *.2 I N*. 18 Ha.IT N*. 19 M*.fO Na Ho. 24 711

road freezes, expand and loosens.and swiping n cigarette out of a young .. St. Johns River Line. IN aaday Daily. |racef D. Deil7 DallyKATPOBT. Dallyopt o Dally Dally Dally *J.adF* **

disintegrates the road motor la 1. man's mouth In Kentucky. Carrie (DeBary Una.) undy C lI

The uiottt Important thing in the should resume her hatchet I HP 450p1 I OOp t M* Z/v Jok onv**Ar 700. O 40 aMa 09 p
as a weapon BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8A.NKORD. iaoi.e
p Sf p 4 e a otp 91e .5o.J kaav ice.
building of roach] la to' lessen or pre- of defense Stopping*t PMntlia,Actor St. Francis, Benmford (DoLanJ), and intermediate landing p. 4i 17 10 0 .Pablo Braoh.. i 0 aUa Sale 11 p is i w 9
) the of water. Yet feature !on the 8t.John'.Klver. i0 ; p yp.1 p 14. 10 Ma Atlantlo Baeli T lisp iii
vent; ravugiii/ ix 30 D / p w p !) Ma Ar. Maypart LT S Ns T0a IO n Up j
OF : 4-
x A Farmer Lou.An STEAMER "CITY JACK8QNVILLI3.
of the work Is no neglected ns
'I Illustration of the cost of bad Ie appointed to call a* follow i Leave Jaokuduvlllo Sundays, Titendny and Thursday. ,3::30 p. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT I
this. Many locnl road supervisors eem MIAMI
roads to the agricultural portion of the I Returning leave Sanford, Monday, Wmlnecday and rrldayn 9OO: a m.
I to give no consideration to the question Bouud
country may be had in nil example recently B..th-H..lll1d SCHEDUt"J!: Read. CLOW CONNECTION HADE: AT MIAMI WITH STEAKSHIP W THE P. 0. .. .. COMPANY fell
Aran down up.
of drainage, and the result la all
witnessed In Texas. A crop of Leave 1130 ". III. .... .. .... .rr......JackllOllvtlle. .... .. ....... ........ .brlve II 01m.. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
onions rnlxod by Irrigation at Care o Leave 1146 ".11I. .... ...... ......................I.tk.-:....... .. ................, I.eave 8 CII) p. m.
Springs being hauled, miles Leave 800..n. ...... .. ......... ... ...... Actor .........;.. .. .......... Leav. 230p. m. .
was / forty Grave 430.. m. .... .. .. ... .... .. tlt.F."ol. .. .... ... ........... Leave lOOp. m .
: IeLand. ... ........... Thai Tim Table how the time* at whleh train nay be euaeted te arrive and draart
to the nearest station on the International Leave .. .... .... .. .1'er..lor.I ( ) .. .Leave 12 00loon
Arrive R3IIi.. m. ... .... ........... .... flanford.. .. .. .. .... ... ...... Leave a f0 .. m. from the eever.l tatioa 110\d\but their arrival ar departure at th. tlaie stored" 1. ..! ....ra t..d.
and Great Northern railroad Arrive 10:00.: m. ..........................Enterprtee.............. ...........Leave. 1000.. m. 'sot>..done.. tie Company Itwlt raflponilbl for any delajror any *OBM>o.une* arising the":-
where it was delivered at IVj cents per
pound. As the yield was 23,000 poundsto Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jackso'nvllle.r. .
For Copy of th. LOOAL TIME CARD.. Other X.f mU.a
the acre this crop was worth $375at : M. IRONMONGER.. JR., Last Gen.Pallll. Aft. 2M( W>"t Kay 8t.'ackllOn.me.l'la.w. '
.t tt. the station, but to place It there the O.COOPKB Jr.,Local Frt.Act. Jackionrllla. C. P. LOVKI.L, SuperlnUndelit Jacksonville .8BX THE TICKET AGENT."
Foot Hogan! 8t.,.Jackeon.II11.. ria. I.t I.
charge was 50 cents per 100 pounds or A.O. HA.OKRTV Oen" Bant'n: Pan*. Ant. New York CLYDE Mlf.XK, Ofln. Frt. Aet., New York. t J. D. RAHITER' Aaat. GeD. T+m A .nt. ST. A.TJOTJOTTMTB ,.
:VZJU
,
$10 per ton: or per acre's yield $123. TIIKO. O. KOKK, General Ma.iager. WM. P CLYDE* CO. General AgenU.kCbe
ebn>UKtl; Building State St., Opposite Battery ".rll. New York.
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causing net loss to tbe farmer of 83 -------- ------- -- ..
C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltuavllle Fla. \
per centYoung
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I Every farmer knows that The Great Through Car Line from Florida

Mt1LT 0.. IMPROPRB DBAINIOL some plants grow better than -,-

regular mud blockade during several others. 'Soil may be th;same TO Til EAST Southern RailwayWORLDS

weeks or mouth of the year. The and seed may seem the same Over Its own rails to Savannah via the, Charleston Pennsylvania] Richmond Railroad. and Washington, thence "

following are A few simple rules the but some plants are weak and .
observance of which would go far toward -
others stron TO TilE 'V1 ST. ,
bettering tho roods of this country ? The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. FAIR ROUTE
: And that! the way ( with .

j First.-The road should be so located children. They are like young TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.

and constructed as to avoid steep plants. Same food, same home Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia, Bos
graded down which the water rushes ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah .,
same care but some grow big and Merchants' and Miners' 'Transporttalon Company for Baltimore .
during heavy rains, tearing up and
and
and strong while others stay Philadelphia.
washing away the road material.

Second.-The foundation of the road small and weak.Scott's TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA :\ ..:'" Best Line to St. Louis Mo. '

should be thoroughly drained by open Emulsion offers an Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. I ,.

aide dltchex which will carry off the out of the difficulty.Child .
t easy way
i water and where necessary tile drains weakness often means Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Superb Dining Car Service. ,{:

I should bo laid in the foundation itself .
starvation not because of lack
Third.-Th surface of the road MILEAGE TICKETS.

i should be hard and smooth and have of food, but because the food Interchangeable mileage ticket* good over 13,000 miles of among the princl- .

t, sufficient slope toward the sides to does not feed. pal railroads,in the southern states, are on vale by the principal agents.

shed the surface water. Scott's Emulsion really feeds For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, Stop-overs going; and returning at Atlanta, Knoxvllle Louisville and principal
Fourth.-Hutu and holes on the surface North Carolina Mountain Resorts.
and FRANK C. BOYLSTON" Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK Trav. Pass. Agt
the child
d of the finished road should be gives growing 1:18: West Bay at., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. See High Bridge (highest railroad' bridge In the world), Famous Blue Grass
filled as fast as made so that no water strength. H. M.\ EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent! .
ayy can lie on the surface to be worked up Whatever the cause of weak WILMINGTON N. C. Region, Lexington and Louisville

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Into mud. and failure --. -- Free reclining chair cars and high-class day coaches, Through Pullman sleepIng -
ness to -----
( Tbeoe rules are simple and easy to growScott's
cars, Jacksonville to St; Louis. .
f follow and any one who gives any serious Emulsion seems to findit G. A. R. RE-UNION-BOSTON ,

thought to the matter can see the and set the matter right. Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatl9n.T. .
wisdom of following them. Btlll they Send fur fry,aarapl

are almost universally Ignored as the Scott& Bown.ChrniUu,any l*...rl St..New York 15IJ71 .x30.dRw A TXI., :J.aXJ.VEIl.s* : "th.e Or.f101.a.1 : .
condition of our roads abundantly $"C. and >i oo;all druggist _

proves. The bad roads of the United : Route:: ; :from FloridA: .l'

States are a blight a curse, a disgrace, .

and all patriotic progressive citizens DIXIE FLYER Low Round Rates from Jacksonville DUt. Paw. a
-Very Trip O. LUsap: Agt.
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should make a grand united effort tot ,
I .2 '\-Via all rail, through Washington and New York. '
ripe them out and put our nation on $37.iO: .-Via Washington New York and Sound Line steamers. 108 West Bay St., 'Jacksonville, Fla.
level with the advanced nations of WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE
a a $30.00 -Via Savannah and steamer, or >:vla Norfolk and steamer; meal and berth
Europe lit the matter of roads while on board Included
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DATE OF SALE-Augnst 12,13 and 14, 10O1. ,.
ROAD BRIEFS.
RETURN MM IT-August 20, 1DO4.
Nashville Chattahooga & St. Louis Ry
EXTENSION OF RETURN LIMIT-September 30, 19o.a. .
.at Vnrloa .t...* Are Doing t. ,
> Improve Their HlnttiTity. STOP-OVERS days at New York on return journey.
Western and Atlantb R. R.
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to be operated by convict labor at Sing Through coaches Jaoknonvllle to Boston, one change. Leaving' Jacksonville on1IEADQUARTER3

Sing to crush atone for use In constructing TRAIN too; p. m. August 12. Through Pullman .
I, ; good roads. DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH Sleepers, Jacksonville to Boston with only one change. Mallory Lines !

The Chicago Automobile club bus or- THE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS Proportionate rates from other points. Complete Information on application to

I jran1s a camera club to travel OF A. O. MxcDONELL, Asat. Oen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOYI. TON;Pa s. Agt. ,
throughout the country around the

/ ctfcy and tuko pictures of the bad roads. TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 'SPECIAL' PASS EN GER..EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

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At all| the road convention held durIng > Stopoverallowed at all stations online -- --- --- -- -- ----- --- -- -- --

the last your the question of cooperation where there are Ticket Agents. BO YEARS' a (most thoroughly equipped passenger steamship on the coast. ,
in rood building between the EXPERIENCE
DISEASES -NO OVERCROWDING
KIDNEY
federal ,government and the states has 20.03 Coach Kzcurslon. .

been. a )loading topic of discussion and tn.60.: 13: days; $:i3.t)0,1k
4>rry convention held up to this time $"0.63 Regular Season Ticket. ships, 811 no tickets will be. old to exceed the number berth

bay Indorsed the plan with practical are the most fatal of all dis: or the seating capacity of Dicing. Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indlvlila .'

unanimity 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 eases. service and attention.
The farmers of Vermont are asking MA-K
TRADe
half million dollars for good: roads Leave Jacksonville, via ... S. ..., .1a m. V'O KIDNEY CUBE is i GIelaNaCOPYRIONTs PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY]

n I Anrotte..nding a.k.teh nit d..ti Ipthm u*: (See Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union)
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During the past ten year. Massachusetts ear optnlnn. tree whether m .
} lies shown an Increase of $33,. .In"en.t-. ...strioty.eonedentt.L probably pat.ntahl HANDBOOK!"t. Communk.....-u**
SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. refunded. Contain ., CHI .. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
or money e.n Uld..t *. <*v ''
OOO.OOO In farm values, and It Is at. :.= ok'-rt-c-: ::
tributed mainly to good roads. : SUPERB EQUIPMENT.TAROUOU\ remedies recognized by eminent ,5..laa.t..ti..taken.., without thnxitfll ebunr., la tb. "OT* Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the ': ''I

It Is said that a borne can pull 0,270:! SLEEPERS. physicians as the best lot Scientific Jfmericam v FAMOUS___"SEA____ISLANDS.__ ,/ '

pounds on a level macadamized road Kidney and Bladder troubles. A Jo.n"........',. ntnutniXKt .....IIIy. ,........ Hr.nlaUon Through tickets sold to all northern points. For fall Information regarding .' '0. j
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sad It taken five borne to pull the T3. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass'' Agt.: P8ICS We. ti *. four of montaa anye..nIui tk UoM foarnal.byail newM./.ra.Vmnam. N.erri tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservation, tickets, etc., apply] to
"' load ordinary dirt mad 41,0
same on an

r and ten homes to pull the lond In louse Florida Jacksonville Passenger, Fla.Agent ned Cross Pharmacy. lJNN.*;acb'&-'dI Cf3/r :Wulll, New i at-,XX York C- ARTHUR W.: PIE Passenger Agent 214 Test Bay Sreet, Jacksonville Florida. J

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TITUSVILLE. California Prune Wafer :NEW YORK ', 5))
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PEACH GROWING. '
If you have that languid, all tired out !.I, .

1 ... ... feeling and hardly know what Is the ,
Sembler to t1. A. 7 .. Blv. .
; Cottage matter, you need a tonic to carry out
MnvMlaln Dlntrloto.
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the fever breeding Impurities from the Hotel Marlborough
The orchard In the Allegheny mount- Tablets ,
I TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. i system. Try Opaao a few of
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talc section have been clmired out at them will make Jolt like a new person. .

A the top of mountain \previously covered I Try them for neuralgia, the effect la Broadway, aoth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
y Open All the Year. with virgin timber, couMtstlng" largely wonderful 95 cents at the Red Cross Conducted
400 Rooma. 200 bath room. Lighted entirely with electriclights.
Fla.
of ouk und clioxtnut. After clearing Pharmacy,Tliusvllle. on American and European plans, and Is managed under Jibe persona s
F' Good 'Board and Attention. out the heavy virgin timber on thl jnwiTTBifliff '"frj supervision of the owner, '.

Reasonable-Rate high altitude In,many cases the ground E. 8. CROWELL, Manager. .

Is Uh'rally"C'I't't1 with loose atone. ._... .,. ,. ..
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>aR r'f; Two doors from F. E. C. Railway In Dome places It In so abundant that [ tiIilcaithSouth f ]
the stones are piled up In windrows, KIAMICSIIA LAKH; N. Y. I

Station, TUiisvllle.t and the trees are planted between .
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them.It .
823 Peoria St.,
,. MRS. A. J. SEMBLER, Proprietress seems otrnnge that pouches" could CnicAoo,ILL., Oct. T, 19O'J. KIAMESIIA LAKE .
be grown under such conditions, but ,
Eight months ago I was so ill Kiamesha Inn "
the fruit produced on these mountains that 1 was compelled to lie or sit SULLIVAN CUU.N
JACKSONVILLE. is classed with the best that comes to down nearly all the time. :My oj. NEW YORK. ,S.

the market It la firm, highly colored stomach was BO weak and upset ,
and .of a ihont delicate flavor. The that I could keep nothing on it "Ii'.
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trees, as a rule!, are not large, and I vomited frequently. I
resembling
This "New Rockledge" of the North, nostlos In the mountains by the;
without
could not urinate great
DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE; FLA. in that" respect thorn sewn In the ,
; Georgia orchards It la uaunlly the pain and I coughed so much that side of n beautiful lake, 2,000 fee above sea level. S 1
ana lungs
throat were raw 1ice'I
custom to start the trees rather low and my sore. The doctors pronounced 'l*;. .
I and keep them as near the ground as it Bright'a disease and Exquisite, climate. All modern conveniences. Large: airy room'a. ej
possible.!! Cultivation la constant during ".," others said it win consumption. '.
Opposite postofHce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- the 81'1Uloh. although difficult at It muttered little to me what 1 Bowling, Alleys, Golf'\;iaod Tennls'' 1

I ,if. :t > times. When the trees begin to bear they called it and I had no do- ..'.:i + ;\\q'>.' : I

novated. Newlyfurniehedthroughout. Liberally conducted: ;;:. .. fertilizer is used to good advantago. from sire to St.live.Louis A and sister asked visited me me if Most*teasonnblerates, }. ;w:.. ..
The are' .
trees
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carefully "
pruned an ,
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'I '"' I had ever tried Wine of Cardul.I .H ,1
; nun lly. ';' II. R. BHAKESJlrroprletor.JBRYN !: .
told her I had not and she
Rates $2.50 per,day and up. The fruit la picked in oblong basket, bought a bottle. I believe that ,.-;; ""

hauled to the po'klnllllhed8 and pack. saved my life. I believe many --.-- --- _
I \ ''F,; B. W. SPERRY, -Proprietor. ed largely In the five-eighths bushel women could. save much sufferIng ,II-A. ,
,i I Delaware huakot___ ___ with__ un slatted covers.. if they but knew of its...alu.. tAVn
; The fruit Shipped In car load lots to .

4 \la. N. O'NEAL] both The eastern Blue Ridge und western mountain' markets.orchardsdo .J The Mawr Hotel MAwli, I

I not differ materially from the Alle- Bryn rEitity ;

ghnny. The trees are somewhat dwarf, Don't want freedom from 1
;you
HAS LEASED THE resembling the Georgia and Allegheny .
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pain? Take Wine of Cardul \ .
type; Cowpeus ore sown broadcast to .'
some extent left on the ground and I and make one supreme effort to ( Absolutely Fireproof. )
; ARAGON' HOTEL turned down. The color of the folia irA be welL You, do not nceil to be

In materially Improved and the effectof a -weak helpless sufferer. Toucan Jl''
the cowpeas can be seen at a long have a woman's health and
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. OPEN JUNE TO OCTOBER. For terms, etc., address,
distance when orchards are approached do a woman's work in life. Why
It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. during the .
fruiting sensou.-W. 0. not secure a bottle of Wine of ,
The hotel.Is being thoroughly renovated and put In first-olata condition. Johnson.
When finished It will be second to none In the city. New evator and Cardul from your druggist to .

new plumbing m being Installed. New and large sample room being added. day'WIN2o1CARDUI LELAND 8TERRT. Mm.8r. ry
A Rooms with bath, from May lat to Nov let, $3 per day AMATEUR ORCHID! CULTURE.

h_. Varl..... Cmm II. Klavllr Or.w.
WHSTMOR ELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE !. tk. D_.'''.. !!..... liltYN MAWK .. .. .. PENN. ,(

FLA. We believe the Idea once so prevalent .. .
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of orchids being difficult to grow S

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened and flower !. now pretty well exploded.
Most of the popular varieties arc of

i this season. Fine cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Cold Water comparatively easy culture, and no one i
who is- able to grow .roves and carnations SEENTHE
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All need lx afraid, to handle orchids. : YOU

f Many kind. will succeed well in soy
street.carl pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day.
ordinary greenhouse, and we bare on
more than one occasion
icon nicely
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.
flowered specimens /grown In dwelling
bou_. Such sorts as Dendrobliim

noblle, Cyprlpedlum Inslgne Lycasto .
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The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. skinned and Coelogyne crlstata will

flower satisfactorily In an ordinary
-On the American and European Plan- bay window If frost Is excluded and S w

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant little judgment >I. used la watering another wd

family! home. 'Rates: American Plan, $2.00: and $2.50; European, 50cts essential details. ". ,' '",',
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. The, general Impression Is that orchids r
are very costly and only to be t
H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. secured by the wealthy. While it I.
The beautifully ,located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the true that their primary cost is higher

same management. than most other plants, they usually
give. their Initial cost In flower the

PABLO BEACH.. first season, and especially! Is this true WALTON BLOCK ?


I OCEAN VIEW HOTEL, :,t ; :r':':' ;;ti: ;,;:: }?"" '1

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OaAN ILW:41OTtC '
; Has all Outside Rooms.ttea .

PABL0 T fttAC.H.fi.4.. /:: and Sulphur Bath A. OHOHJD (cA'l'TLnA).

of the most and reunaaeet
showy of
RATES: *2 per day, .3 to $12 per week popular our M
t American orchids, the cattleyus. Nice "
1 flowering sized plants of most of our
I FtOURNOY A FLOURNOY, popular orchids can be had for from I '
i Owners and Proprietors. $2 to $r 5 apiece.In f

I -- the matter of compost nothing is
better for the general run of orchids S
OLD SEABIIEEZE, GOODALL, FLA.
than good onmunda fern liber. Sphagnum .
moss we are using lens each year. 4
Cattleyas are easily the most .
The Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE, orchids la America. With popularof the exception ;!, ; ; A NEW INVENTION. ,

OOODAt.L, FLA.Is of chryiiotoxa, which likes abl&ber I' ,."
temperature, all the varieties<< \', I. I -
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now open for the summer season, under the management of the owner, named do well In a night temperatureof ',:,:

I HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona 155$ to CO degrees In winter or even a 4 \
few Recently Patented all Over t the World.
degrees lower.
Beach, the hotel Is modern in all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant They like an
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite eating's Casino and Pier. abundance. of ventilation on all poelilbleocca.loli. ,
and succeed well In baskets,
The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate or either S
pots
pans suspended from the The '
BORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager. roof or on staging within three feet of Walton ii -0

the Blags.-W. N. Craig.. )Massachusetts. __
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Th. ....k tt.. I>..l. Appl. Seli-Locking Tackle Block. .

A committee of the Arkansas State I .

Horticultural society, appointed to Investigate : ;,
This load-holding block Is made la var. J IIou.
the origin of the Black Ben
//p( Davis. apple, finds that it originated oo shapes and sizes, of WOOD IRON i iJi
1s- tJ a farm owned by Alexander Black In and BRONZE.' Will work equally well ., f wI '

Washington county Ark.: that it Is of with rope, chain or wire rope. ,g',

1ln the lien Davfai type and has some characteristic // Will work at any hlght/ upside downjj;y ;t' "
of the Gano, but Is a sep d J
horizontally, or at any angle, and will:
ante arid'distinct
: variety.
stop and lock at any point. "

A.r_."!FF-r.lt Growls. Invaluable for every kind of business r 1 As-

Puyallup. Wash., Is said to be tbe where a block Is needed, frequently saving .

home of a man who gets 1.OOO n year the labor of one man or more.,
from one acre planted In berries JIU .:
Nothing like It for hanging or stretch-'
crop consist of the Washington dewberry
log wires.Address.
h and red raspberries.
all communications to the j

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Pratt !'Io'
o,+ f The crop of Callmyrna' figs In Callfoi !i I < Walton Self-Locking Block Co. e'liry

F.r 13gym' nla Is estimated at .Isty- ". tons I"<, '
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1003.: ;, (Incorporated.) iF' ,
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The date palm has long been Vn"- :. I '1 1 iri Office and Wareroom, 4fH Atlantic .\y.. f I r al +

to withstand largo nantltles of u:' t '" o r !/ Near Kowe". Wbarf, Rler.ted StatloD.BOSTON' ;, p' I w '
Tbe Hlnok<< Diamond )In a new M.I, '. !
berry tbat attracting<< attention i i MA88.
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......-- J' New' Jersey It U said to b*' a vr r
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"'- -- large fine berry, thoroughly blark. t Hample Blocks can be seen at the AiVOOATB >. W, ,

"V'OO.A.TJD.JOXJ: 33 OP"vwxOJD: : Black raspberries! art s.kl to .be hlxA a office. Tlttuvllle;and at the store I I"

In the favor of the robins; second to I of 8. B. llobbard A Co., Jacksoovllle.:: ,. lj ,
'M DOES AM' KE D9OF_ JOB PBINTTNG, KTATLT: AND WITH DESPATCH., cherries only. 'I ,
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1 ,1 California Prune Wafers. '
Florida East Coast Ry. \ t
The great tonic cathartic, an Invaluable .
Potatoes :
Small cure for Malaria Biliousness, Constipation

I Nervousness, Catarrh of the LOCAL '
result from a lack ofPotash Stomach, Bad Breath Oily Skin, Sleep- TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904.NOftTHBOUNORIAs .

letmneas, Wind and all Liver, Stomach :t-
and Bowel trouble. 100 Wafers;) cents. --r gw ; yF OVTMOVMD-READ ftQWM. (ft*.

led Cross Pharmacy, 'Titusvllle Fla. ) : o
ri/ ley. yej,.1. I I l'A"ONa. N.Ilq N ,

3 1 q1w0 at...................... .e rlouy ............... ..... r ,

in the soil. Potash produces I L-ural Delivery NotesIt I ?r gC sOH Ffr U 1ii steal., b/.,.....,, ,. .,........ ..Jt.Augu.un.eY ... ... ....................7 1t 1s. ,
/ 'WWi11l 575 ... .. Hastings... .. M
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size and quality. r/ i l/e .. .....:.. ...... ..)I. Palatka.....................f. .,. IseI 61. pI ,

W. have $3 U 10 Ar........................... ..:L, f to a ,
Is estimated by the postmaster a k0 g ... ,.P.laska.,1. T eo ea I Pao
p
vat l uabls ,

book whlcbsapt.lamors' general that postal receipts this- fiscal 1 1 a U p r .... ................ ..Has Mateo .................. ..Lv
;year will approximate 1144,000,000, ( 0'1I Ova Lv .... ...B.a Mateo., A T'6/& I/ le N s

t tally the far.tiHsingv.tuS- which Is nearly double' the figure of SI Ilip Lov ..... ...................... Neoll' .................... ........Lv -f ea .. ,
less) than ten ;years ago. This great a.p ..............................Bunnells............ ..;.............. bet ,
of Potash? expansion of the revenue-and the postal ............. .......... ...Dnpnsa ................ .......... .. f -.e ,,
Y. ....................40.40..... Ormond.... .... .. .......... .. f s.. III,
Wt will i l'u expense as well, which is even C, ........... .. .........r..Dsrtons............ ....;.... .....:.. lets a
send them w greater-la largely due of course, to the 18 P ...................... ......PorOr.D............_;................... 4 st. I '
C'p ..................,.........N.w 8m r"a.. ........................ 191. I !
fre. to any extension of the, rural free delivery 4 1? p ........... ................ .. .....". ... ......_........ ;,
laerwho 1 service. p ..............................Oakviill.. .............. ..._..... 1u. a. J I
M writes for p ........... ................. .OOCo. ..... .. ..... ........ .. I
1 nr The appropriation for the rural free P .. ... ...................Brakledpe..........:.... ;........:.. I .Ti H$
"GERMAN delivery service for tbe coming dplETrWeekly p ......................... ...It... Gaule............................. .154a 111.11 to..>> 'i
KALI WORKS year 2! sb U9M p ........................... l
Is $20,773,700 but .. ... .... .. 11M a U 11. I
t New this Bum will not ., ... .
Y.rW-p.ft.NIMMV Leal.alr.ay.. .M.- 4ta an4 OUT Kta. enable the i OS etp. ...............................Nt..SebNsl. 11011 a 11 p s '
to create
t department as 1t. p ........................ Ft N........_... .......... ........ .11 eo a M 4. I
many new routes as were possible last ..._................Tlbb6)).........:__.....t"............ JI 10 i
----- -- -- The for this is that 67 Sailings M apP .................. .............Eden................................ 1/HI Iefs
year. reason ....................... ..... I 11 I' Ms
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DRAINAGE OF ROADS. per cent of the appropriation will be II p .._.uoUUOuO.u.'uUU'...on.n..n._n..n._._ .Htuarl......"........................... 1 A. .' "sCt ,
u'' -- -- used to salaries of carriers under j "p ........................ ..... obe .01104.......................... so*. '
'Vwtee In the (.rate.( IQiiruir .( pay BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 141 f lOp ............. _.......... ..& Jup1 ter.............._.......... ilnl o*.
the Increased rate of pay 4 t& 44p. ................-.......W.PalmB.aoh....... ................... a
u...... NI.hwsy.. .4 Among tit! Hrbiertts and forces >fnlturu It Is expected that with the new at Charleston, S. C., both ways) t "I fps....................... .....D.fry............................_. P **.. }' I
o order of things It will be possible to I N P .................... ......n. Landerdale..,....................... 0 Ip T40.M.. I
then HIP several enemies' of e Ie I 23p ......H..II..od..I. .............................. f
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establish routes at the rate of about The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service .. H p ...: :::.:...:......._...Lemon eu';........................... a.p M.K. "
goo. rroudn, l but tile greuteHt of them Inwbter. 600 a month. At this rate the entire toe '01' Ar........................ .. ...Mlamt.... ..........................Lt eDe,P lots 1 "I.,

i It wnsliott nwny file mutertal appropriation will be expended by the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. I

of the "roiul. It souk Into thu road: time congress meets In December. Direct Service Between : I':

1 and softens it HO that the wagon Miss Ruth Lane, nineteen years-old, BEANO.Iy
Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. j' i
wheels! cut into the urfucpv making of New Bedford, Mass., has been ap I lly GilT i

ruts and liol n. It iH-rmcateH and pointed a rural mall carrier on a route (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) dye......... TI.... ill..........Ar It oop OOp 10 lOa be..N. BmTrsw..Ar Ii
that has 1 Ii. .......... OMeen... Mp
WoftoiiH been given up by two men SEMI-WEEKLY 8AIUN691flonthbound .u..Ar U Ma USI.Lv.lAkeHelen .Ar flop
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p1 fouiiiluttou MO tbnt the ur- because of the 'of tbe .............. ........ .. .. ....... .. .... .... .... .... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston 116 !,v........Ar 11 OOa $pIl59aLv.Or.n Cltj.ArU4teAr. H il
face of the road Minks or breaks up. rigors position. Northbound. .......... ..... ... ........ .. .............from foot of Catherine Street. Jacksonville .. ...r.......... San-ford' ..........Lv 10 eo. iQOp .,O/.Cltr Jo. .LT IIi pa

la fhe winter the water that Is In the Carrie Nation of knocked down for '- .. o. N.Da.tl N*:10 No. n No

road freezes expands and locsons and wiping Clyde St. ,,Johns River Line. MATPOKTB9AJVOX. f SIluury
a cigarette out of a young ., uadar Dally. I except Dell? Dally itoptanndy Deny Dally Day
dlflintegrati'u the road material. Sunday
man's mouth In Kentucky. Carrie
(DeBary Line.)
The wont Important thing In the should res u mo her hatchet as a weapon BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 12* ? 4 0o p Wp / Ma Lv J'ok.oav s Am T OOala MaHa 10lip I N P l p
li 4 Ot p ama So.Jajoa vU*> is
I
II building of roads in to' feimen or pro- of defense. Stopping at Palatka,Astor, at. rrancl, Hereford (DeLand), and intermediate landings } m $0 40 p Woo Pablo Beaoh.. IMaUa { OOaTWt. _0 I N j
Tent; the ravages of water. Yet no feature : on the 8t..ohn.Ktver. p MP U 14 a Atlantlo Be ah 4 D II I
of the work la no neglected KBtula. x' A Farmer'. Lomm. STEAMER "CITY OF JACSQNVILLIr" 10 T4lp 00 00 p 1<) Ma Ar. Marport Lv f DOa T 0a ..Il UP 16,

local road An Illustration of tile cost of bad Is appointed to nail a.* follow i Leave JnokNtSnvllle, Sundays, Tuesrtayn and Thursdays 8:30 p. m. PENINSULAR
Many supervisors seem AND OCCIDENTAL
roads to the agricultural portion of the Returning, leave Sanford,Mondays, Wndneaday and Friday, 9:30 a. m. STEAMSHIP. CONNECTIONS: AT MIAMI.
to give no consideration to the
of drainage and the result quell't2011 laJ1BBC1.T av country may be had In an example recently ftoiitli-Houiul Rean down I HrHimnlV_ !. I North-Bound Read lip.IAiave CLOSC CONNECTION: HADE; *T. MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP'. OP THE P. A 0. *. .. CtHfANT FOI

wltnl'MII".1 l In Texas. A crop of II 30 p. .... ...... .... ...._.......Jack"oitvllle -:;... -: :.;;.-.. ... .... .brl"e 1100 a. m. HAVANA
onions rnl"11!"" by Irrigation at Careso Leave Stap.m. .......... ..... ...... .. ....l'alatka.-: ....... ........ ........ Leave 8 CO p.m. AND KEY WEST
Springs wits being hauled forty milesto Leave a 00 a. III. ...... .. ......... .. .. .. .. ".tor ..... .. ..... .. ......... Leave II 80 p. m. ,
Leave .80 a. '0. .... .... ... .... .... St. .'runcls ...... ... ........... Leave lOOp. m .
tbe nearest station on the International Leave .. ............. ... ..Jle..ItI'or.l. (UeLand)) ... .. ................ Leave t200 hoon. Tkt. Tim T>obl.*wow MM Urn. at whleh train may be osted to> arrive and depart
and Great Northern Arrive S30ta.m. ................ 8a&nlord.. .. ... .. .... ... ... .. ..Leave 980... .... from the several osaU_.. but their arrival or departure ai tn. does atatml I. not 0 arsntsad.
railroad Arrive 100Oa.HI..l: ...... ...... ...........Em..rprll.e.. ............ .............Leav. 1000.. bI.Oen. nor r..m.does tk*Compaq hold ItMlf r.lponlbl for any dolajc or any eoaawjuene. arising lhr.. :h.
where It was delivered at 1% cents per :
pound. As the yield was 23,000 poundsto '. Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W, Bay St., Jacksonville.r. i,
Vor Copy of the LOCAL TIME OJLB.D ou.... IDfo.
or aafoa
f the acre this crop was worth $375:: M. IRONMONGER, Asset Gen.Pasa. Art tot West. Hay 8t..laofconvine. Fla.
d tit at the _station but to place It there the W. COOI'KR,Jr., I.ooalre..Apt. Jacktonrllle. O P. LOVKLL Superintendent Jacksonville '8EK THE TICKET AOENT." .:
root H iian, St..JaoksonTllle, Fla.
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tri i titllf? ; (; ')}I:, i }ti jAS151".tl; ; }+(' charge was 60' cents per 100 pounds, or A.O. HAOKRTT. Oen'l Eaufn Puns.. Altt. New York CLYDK Ml LXB:, Gen. Frt. Ant., New York. t J. D. RAHNER Aji.t. Oen FM. '
$10 per ton, or per acre's yield $125. TIIKO. O. FORK!: General Maiuwcer. WJVI. P OLYKK: CO.. General Agents. Agent.. ST. AtrOTJBTTirH. 7LA. e'
tCbesebruugki. Buildinie. M State St., Opposite Battery Park New York.
causing a net loss to the farmer of 83 ----- -
per cent C. II. WALTON. Agent. Titusvllle, Fla. f..

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r..IIit,Y, ,,,: uTiKP'tr,: :a'riisi(
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Everv farmer knows that
The Great Through Car Line from Florida.

OF IMFHOPEB: DBAINA01ai some plants grow better than .
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i regular mud blockade during Heveral others. 'Soil may be the,'same TO THE EAST. Southern RailwayWORLDS

weeks or mouths of the ;year. Tbe and seed may seem the same Over its own ml In to Savannah Charleston, Richmond nod Washington, thence \
the Pennsylvania Railroad
following are a few simple rules theobeervance I via
but
weak and
some plants are
of which would far toward

(, i : bettering the roads of go tbls country others And strong.that si: the way with The: Louisville & Nashville TO, via TilE Montgomery.'V1 ST. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. FAIR ROUTE'r''r


First.-Tbe road should be so located children. They are like young TO TilE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. r

and constructed- to avoid steep plants. Same food, same home, Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Pblladeldhta, Bos

grades down which the water rushes but ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington: and Baltimore. Via Savannrth '
and same care some grow big and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore 1F
during heavy rains, tearing up i
and while others aud Philadelphia.
strong stay
washing/ away the road material.

Second.-Tbe foundation of the road small and weak.Scott's TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Best Line to St. Louis., Mo r'i

''. should be thoroughly drained by open Emulsion offers an Via Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Company. I ,

,'1 aide ditches which will carry off the easy way out of the difficulty. :

water and where necessary tile drains Child weakness often means Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Superb Dining Car Service.

should be laid In the foundation Itself. .
starvation not because of lack
Third.-The surface of the road MILEAGE: TICKETS.

should be hard and smooth and have of food, but because the food Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal .

sufficient slope toward the side to does not feed. railroads.la the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents.

shed the surface water. Scott's Emulsion really feeds For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, Stop-overs going and returning at Atlanta, Knoxville, Louisville and principal

Fourth.-Hutu and holes on the surface and gives the child FRANK C. UOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK Tray Pass. Agt. North Carolina Mountain Resorts.
growing .
of tbe nulahcd should be
I road
1,58: West St. Astor Building J FLA.
Hay JACKSONVILLE
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filled see fast aa'made, so that no water strength. I n. M\ EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG Qea'l. Pane Agent. See nigh Bridge (highest railroad' bridge in the world), Famous Blue Grass 9 1

con lie on the surface to be worked up Whatever the cause of weak- WILMINGTON N. C. Region, Lexington and Louisville ,
into mud.
and failure> to Free reclining chair ears and high-class day coaches Through Pullman sleep :
These nil** are simple and easy to ness growScott's [

4 follow and any one who gives any serious Emulsion seems to findit ing cars, Jacksonville to St. Louis. r/
G. A. R. RE-UNION-BOSTON.
,, thought to the matter can see the '
I i and .
set the matter right. Folders rates, etc., cheerfully upon apppllcation.T. .
wisdom of following them. Still they ,
Send fur free ample r
are Almost universally Ignored as the !Scott & Bowne. ChcmtnU, 4"9 Pearl SI, New Yorkeuc .
condition of our roads abundantly and 'i.ooalldniKiatav| SEA.E1C: >.A..n.J: :> 11IR LINT: l.s: the Offioieai : : -

_ prove The bad roads of the United : :H-cxvi/to :rrc: > n :lox'ldAi: : '

!States:: are a blight a curse a disgrace, .
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and all patriotic progressive citizens DIXIE FLYER
t -Very Low Round Trip Rates from Jacksonville Dlt. Pose. .
should make a grand united effort to, 9x.1'S: 3E L, Agt.,
$28.M-Via all rail, through Washington and New York. "
them out and nation
w4pe put our on '
a level with the advanced nations of WORLD'S' FAIR ROUTE $27.H: )-via Washington, New York: and Sound Line steamers. .. 108 West Bay St., 'Jacksonville, Fla.
$30.00 Via Savannah and steamer or :via Norfolk and steamer; meal and berth
in the
Europe matter of roads while on board Included

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DATE OF SALE-August 12,.13 and 14, ]000.
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ROAD BRIEFS.Vnrlon .
Nashville Chattihoogi & St. Louis Ry. RETURN LIMIT-August20, 1004.

What" .) setaArta Doing to EXTENSION OP! RETURN LIMir-September 30, ltd .

t Improve. Their III.""", .,... Western and AtlintijR.R.: STOP-OVERS days at New York on return journey \r

t'y :New York will establish a state plant t
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to be operatKl by convict labor at Sing Through coaches Jacksonville to Boston one change. Leaving Jacksonville on

Sing To crush' .atone( for use In constructing HEADQUARTERS TRAIN '7 :::SO p. m. Angus 12. Through Pullman
good ronds. DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH !Sleepers Jacksonville to Boston, with only one change.: Mallory Lines 1 5

The ChlciiKu Automobile club bas or. TUB BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS Proportionate rates from other points. Complete Information on application to

i gamiiiM; a camera club to travel OFTENNESSEE A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOYJ.8TON.rass. Agt.
throughout the country around the I
clay. end take pictured of the bad roads. I AND KENTUCKY JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
At all| the road convention! held during Stop-overs allowed at all stations oh -- --_ .- -- -- -. ----- -
the test the question of
year cooperation line where there are Ticket Agents. BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE and roost thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast. ]
it :in rpnd building between the .

federal ,government" and the states nan $20. 3 Coach Excursion, KIDNEY DISEASES -NO OVERCROWDING '

been a loading topic of discussion, and 4U7.60: 13 days; $:13.00, (CO days; I IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on theM ..
.eery convention beld up to this time $"0.6\: Regular Season Ticket. '
hips, all no tickets will behold to exceed the number of berths
buy Indorsed the plan with practical are the most fatal of all dis ,
the of Halls thus indlviJua
or seating capacity Dining Insuring all passengers

i unanimity. 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 cases.fOLEY'S. service' and attention. ii
t The farmers of Vermont are asking

half million dollars for good roads Leave Jnckmmvllle, .....1'.B. F., T:45 a m, KIDNEY CURE 1.1 TRADE OIl.cNSCOJOYRIOHTS MARKS PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAT.J) i ; '

n Ac.
During the ten Massachusetts ; A nron*.onrttni a sketch and OaCTlpHon may (See Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union) rt|
past years o ..nloltlr. aar>Mt ln our opinion freS whatlMr an y
litT.ntVm is. prnnahlr .... .
bas shown increase of
an $33-
u SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. li nMrl refunded. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL NORTH
t 000,000 In farm values, and it la at- or money Contain out rr.. oltl oc aMnr for.,. 'SUPERB EQUIPMENT.THROUGH Patent taken through )!.sea A Co.= olvtptrtal Including delightful DAYLIGHT J
tributed mainly tOi good roads. remedies" recognized by eminent : notice, wit hoot churMs la Mi. SAIL through the

It is Mild that a home can pull 0,270 SLEEPERS. physicians as the best for Scientific Jlm ri\an. \ FAMOUS "SKA ISLANDS.

,pounds on a level macadamized: road Kidney and Bladder troubles. A haniliiom.lr nimitrarixl wktr.nlation Twree l ..... Through tickets sold to all northern points. for fall Information regarding/ attractions
awl it takes Jive horses to pull the of Terms SI a
T5. .. WALKER, Fla. Puns. Agt. four .:::r..r.tIJlUi..rJi offered by no other line
? game load on an ordinary dirt rotltl PRIGS SOe. aid $J,.ce. .r; awdeeMre.ii11NN ; diagrams, reservation tickets, etc., apply to

5 and ten horses to pull the lord In louse Florida Passenger Agent. Bed Cross & Cn.38tBrtNldwa'. !1W York ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent t 214 West Bay Sreet JaclsonTlUe Florida. '
Jacksonville, Fla. Pharmacy Jr.-II: ".It_end j' 8t..WuJI..t.A _
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, TrrU8VILLE.i California Prune Wafers NEW YORK '

PEACH GROWING. If that languid all tired ont s
you have '

i -- Sembler I* the. All.srl>...r sod Bl.. Rider.atoutal feeling and hardly ,know what Is the .7 i ; :
Cottage matter, you need a tonlo to carry out
bl.frlot.. Hotel \
the fever breeding impurities from the Marlborough
TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. The orchards'in the Alleghany mountain I Try Opaao Tablets, a few of .
section bare bleu, c.'leun'out at them will make >otl like a new person. .

the top of mountains prerloutily covered Try them for neuralgia, the effect i* 'I Broadway, 30th and,37th Streets, NEW YORK.
'M Open Air the Year. with virgin timber cotiwlstlng\ largely wundetful. 2A cents at the nod Cross 400 Rooms.. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric* light*. Con

I' rr ;. of oak and chestnut. After clearIng Pharmacy- ,Titusville, Fla. ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the persona
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i' ,, Good Board and Attention. out the heavy virgin timber on thl supervision of the owner. -

, Reasonable-Rate high altitude Inmany cases the ground '.. E. S. CROWELL, Manager.KIAMKSIIA .

i* literally coveml with loose ston _.__ .. _.__ __ _... ,
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Two doors from F. E. C. Railway In some place It lit so abundant that Try t Health
the atones are piled up In windrow, \ LAKH, N. Y.Kiallioslia .
Station TItusville. and the tree are planted, between
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them. 133 South Peoria St..
,. MRS A. "J..1 SEMBLEU Proprietress It seems strange' that poncho could CntcAOO, ILL., Oct. 7, 19O'J. KIAMESUA LAKE,
be grown under such! conditions, but I ill 'I Inn
Eight month sro wa so '
\ the fruit produced on theno mountains that 1 was compelled to lie or sit SULLIVAN COUNTY( ,

JACKSONVILLE. la claimed with the beat that comes to down nearly all the time. My f' *..NKW ,YORK. ,s
the market. It in firm highly colored"" stomach was so weak and upset ',, l'r. f
and of a mout delicate fl vol'. The that I could keep' nothing on it (,
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trees: as n rule, are not large! resembling and I vomited frequently. I ,'
+ without This "New Rockloop" of the North, nestles In the mountains by the
DUYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE; FLA. in that respect" those .seen in the could not urinal great i I. f' .
G'Orjltorebard8.. It is usually the pain and I coughed and so much that raw aide of a bel\llt1fullake, 2,000 feet above sen! level J':
throat lungs were
custom to start the tree rather low i and my sore. The doctor pronounced > '(",.'... "i, .
and keep them 11111 near the ground as it Bright'. disease and Exquisite climate. Alt modern conveniences. Largo airy roomer. ?
possible. Cultivation 1* constant during others said it w-oa consumption.It ? J', VfLKLAND
Opposite poHtoffice. Centrally/ located. Thoroughly repaired and re the senwoh. although difficult at muttered little to me what I I' Bowling Alleys, Golf ';and Tcnnla,;

times. When the trees begin to bear they called it and I had no doe I ; .i: '
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fertilizer Is used to good advantage. sire to live. A sister visited l me Most reasonable tales I iI .: .
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted;. .. from St. Louis and asked ma if
The trees are carefully pruned an- ..
,
I hud ever tried Wine of Cordni. :
nually. I told her I had not and she II. R. SHAKKSjfProprletor.fir" .
Rates $2.50 per,day and up. t ,,- The fruit la picked in oblong bankets!, bought A bottle. I believe that ( ?, 1

hauled to the packing sheds and packed I believe ,.. ---- ----
saved my life. many --- --- ---- --- --- ---- ,
, .'" v B. W. SPERRY:'Proprietor.H. largely In the five-eighths bushel women could save much suffering / JBKYN ,J IAWU.'I ,
I Delaware basket with slatted cover if they but!knew of its value.

i \ The fruit 'shipped in car load lot to f
.eI Qh
both eaat.-rllund western! markets.
O'NEAL The Blue Ridge mountain orchardsdo IiitY DIAIVIt, '
::1 The Mawr Hotel l
not differ materially from the Alle Bryn PE .

ghany. The tree are somewhat dwarf, Don't you want freedom from ,
HAS LEASED THE resembling!' the Georgia and Alleghany pain? Take Wine of Cardui -')!\ .
type: Cowpeiis are sown broadcast to '
some .extent left on the ground and and make one supreme effort to ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) }{
ARAGON HOTEL turned down. The color of the foliage be well. You do not need to be .

in materially improved, and the effect a weak, helpless sufferer.! You
of the cow|e"* coin be seen at a long can' have a woman's health and
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It ; OPEN JUNE TO OCTORRR. For terms, etc., address,
i do woman's work in life. Why
distance when orchard are approached a .
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la open on the American plan. Rates $2.60 per day and upwards. during the fruiting season.-W. C. not secure a, bottle of Wine of ,
The hotel,Is being thoroughly' renovated and put la first-cla condition. Johnson. "
Cardul from to-
When finished It will be second to none In the city. New e evator and ;your druggist ,
new plumbing is being installed. New and large sample room being added. day 8TERRY. Mauaiier.IlltYN _
Rooms! with bath, from May lat to Nov 1st, $j per day AMATEUR ORCHID CULTURE.

WIN ICARDUI .
torn*. Vnrl*tl*. Can Re ID....,. Or.wa
.... ...... MAWU, .
WESTMORELAND ; West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE I. Dwsltlstr PENN."d'

HOTEL We believe the idea once so prevalent .., ,,, .. -- ., .- .
FLA. -- -- -- -- -- --. -------- ------- ---- ------ '--- ------
of orchid being difficult to grow '

'American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened and dower I* now pretty well exploded.'
Most of the popular varieties are of

>"'. this season. Fine cooking I and good table. Hot and Cold Water comparatively easy culture and no one
who I Ie able to grow .coeee and carat' SEEN
,V f Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf, .or depot. All tlons need be afraid to handle orchids. HA'VJ.YOU
Many kind will succeed well in any
street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00: to $2.60: per day. ordinary greenhouse, and we have on

more than one occasion seen nicely
Mrs. A. J.WALKER Proprietor.
flowered specimen grown in dwelling
OOu_. Bitch aorta as Dendroblum

noblle, Cyprlpedlum inslgne. Ly caste .
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The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. skinned and Coelogyn crlatata will .. 'j" THE' r' :

flower satisfactorily in an ordinary .. ,} '. ,'
-On the American and European Plan- bay window If frost 1* excluded and ,

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant little judgment is used In watering and

family home. -Rates: American Plan, $2.00: and 2.60; European, fiOots other essential detail' ..'
The general impression is that orchids ,
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and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. q
are very costly and only to be
H.- W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The secured by the wealthy. While It I*
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, la under theo true that their primary cost .la higher

same management. than most other plants they usually

give their initial cost in flowers the
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PABLO BKACH. first season, and especially is this true W ALTO BLOCK ?

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MAGNIFICENTLYLOCATED.. .e. .i e Ha

Ocean Front, near East Coast .

.i i Depot.
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," ID f N IL #10TI Has all Outside Rooms.

PABLO I ALM.TLA.. Sea and ulphur Bathe AB OHCBIO (OATTI.XTA). ,

of the most showy and popular of our
RATES: $2 per day, $3 to $12 per week. ... .
American orchids, the cottleyas. Nice
; flowering sized:: plants of most of our
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FLOURNOY A FLOURNOY popular orchids can be bad for from

; Owners and Proprietors. $2 to $5 apiece.In .. ': ..

I -- the matter of compost nothing: in. ..
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: OLD SCAUR12EZE OOO ALL, FLA. / better for the general run of orchid ..., f .
than good osmnnda fern fiber.
Bphug >\ ,
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num moss we are using lens each year. ';'
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Cattleyas are easily the most popularof '(.r." ,

The Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE GOODALL,, FLA. orchids/ of In chrysotoxu.America. which With likes the exception a- ,' ,' A NEW INVENTION.': ':, .J/ r. ,-

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higher temperature, all the varieties I ,

Is now opera\ for the .summer season under the management of the owner, named do well in a night temperatureof % ;.a, ;;
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and situated C9 to 00 degrees in winter or even a
new, on Daytona few degree lower. like Recently Patented all Over the World.
Beach, the hotel Is modern In all its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant abundance of ventilation They on all possible an
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keatlng's Casino and Pier.
occasion and succeed well in baskets,
The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. pans or pots, either suspended. from the The Walton. .
HORACE F. STEWART Owner and Manager.1jii roof or on staging within three feet of ,. "

,. the glass.-W. N. Craig, Massachusetts.Th .
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Black B.. b.... Appl*. Self-Locking Tackle Block. '\
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A committee of the Arkansas State
:i--r---J'/ Horticultural society, appointed to Investigate :,,
loaxt-bolding block Is made In various "
c the origin of the! Black\ Ben
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shspes and sizes, of WOOD IRON :-{:
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Davis apple, find that it originated on
,_r a farm owned< by Alexander Black in and IIRONZE. Will work equally well : ,:r1 b

Washington county Ark.; that it I I..* of with rope,chain or wire rope. I 'f' ,

the Den Davis type and has some charr Will work at any bight, upside down fii ".

acteristlc. of the llano, but Is a sep i horizontally or at 'any angle, and will' ? .
arate and distinct variety. '
stop and lock at any point. '
a of A
Fr Invaluable for kind of businesswhere
Acr_."l Orowlsw.Puyallup every
Wash., I I. said to be the a block I.I needed, frequently saving ,

home of a man who gets fl/XX a year the labor of cue man or more.

from one acre planted in berries. HI* Nothing like It for hanging or stretching .

crop consists of the Washington dewberry : wires.
and red raspberries
Address all communications to they

Felt !Xat' .. ',!
The crop of ('all my ma fig In Callfoi r Walton Self-Locking Block Co

nla Is estimated at sixty-five! ton <"? dl's'' '
19X1The (incorporated) -s

date palm has long' been fcn,,- !: ': Office* and Wareroom, 40-1 Atlantic Ave, r .1 '

to withstand largo quantities of u:, I / r{' Near Kowe's Wbsrf, Elevated Station. r 1
The Ittarit Diamond! In a new M! i i
BOSTON MASS.
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a rrrI berry that .is attracting attention i. I I I
a f New Jerrey. It I Ia said to 1 be' a vr : pl
; r large, Doe berry thoroughly black. Sample Blocks can be seen at the Anraj L
; \ Black\ rsspberrJe are said to be high t raj tpl VOOATB office Tltusvllle;and at the store ('
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TEl OL'I'IOI7DOES
:t rI In the favor of th* robin; second to o of S.) B. Habbard & Co., Jacksonville
ALL KINDS_OF JOB PRINTING, NEATLY AND WITH DESPATCH cherries only. Call and see these block working,

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_/ iW i .':' '' \"' I I J F. A. Morgan Proprietor. EBlsltewood.. Betfttend DrB8Ki : :

enthusiastic .C ,
There was quite an meeting :
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JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS&, + FIRE sq : of Indian River Lodge No. 90, F. A I

41] West Bay Street. A. M., last Friday' evening. The attend

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ance was much larger than usual and ii I RED'PHARMACY [

Largest stock in this section of country' the work of the evening was very inter ii'
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Established In 18(18.( : : Y' elltln Among other matters brought I

Send for descriptive catalogue. INSURANCE : before tbe. I.odge was the subject of : j W TITU8V1IXK, FLORIDA. ;

. building brick Masonic hall, which all jgggg
I' -*-A Complete Stock of-
s -THEFLORIDA members present were in favor of. Six j

candidates were balloted for, and four of i PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, !j jgjer"

MOTOR CO. '_ them took the entered apprentice degree. 1; Prescriptions Filled With the { ,

-a' 8<- Their names are: J. A. McDonald W. H. Utmost Care and Promptitude."''Ifaj* -Ii \

DAYTONA, FLA. Harrison, D. S, Evans and C. R. Blstruck. i m WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE DS A TRIAL ORDER. *
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Carry a full line of...,, '' Among; those present from Cocoa Lodge Choice Line of Cigars.Stationery, School l Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes, .
AUTOMOBILES and TIRES : t, J were John K )Mlott J. E. Reed and D. i Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles and all other Articles kept *
- St; Clair NIsbet. Z by up-to-date drug stores. farV
__ .....In, stock also : I We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. {
& On Tuesday evening, at a special meet. .. .*+1*+.N++.NE .
STATIONARY MORGAN WALTON +++.NNNN.......+..*..+..* ++ + .
MARINE and GASOLINE fog Mr. G. F, Duren, of this town had ..------ -
ENGINES the entered apprentice degree conferred

DYNAMOS, upon him. Capt. Peter Nelson of South ZLu J=iJbiu&-IEj" sT oCBJKO: -,

MAGNETOS, Titusville Florida.FLORIDA TltnsvIHe, will soon follow suit. -DEALERS IN-

BATTERIES: GROCERIES GRAIN ,AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
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KVAPORJZERS, TITUSVILLE OPERA HOUSE
SPARK COILS We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. _We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS,
; :' We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consume
., sand PLUGSof New scenery has been ordered for the era Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.

all kinds" and are offering them for FOR HEALTH, THE 'SCUPPERNONG; GRAPE. Opera house and it will arrive within the E. L. BRADY BRO. 'TITUSVILLE, FLA.
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ale at...
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next two weeks. -- --- =
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..OTTO Pre.=ass.: : The Opera house walls, also woodwork t
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DetlR-litful Climate Itenilers People immune U. S. Bureau of Agriculture. w. E. COLIaris1BMlTEDealer : :
are being painted and put in first-clans
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; ,s,They have a few bargains In From !>! Washington D. C., Aug. 2:1: 1004. 'condition, and, with two swell sets ot

'$' ':,4 KNOX The following extract Is taken froman Editor JSanl Coast Advocate( : new scenery, wilt be the best on the In-

*1.?,;: BUICK') add Medical res* of Association the President at the of the recent Florida I beg leave to call your 'attention to East Coast. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND
I The work Is being rushed and, ''will be
the enclosed notice
WRITE, convention: press regarding an PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Investigation of the completed within two or three weeks'time FLORIDA.
Scuppernong grape, TITUSVILLE -
The effect of climate diseases and
y ) DEMOOY, upon which, Is now' being prosecuted by this at which time the regular weekly
Its results are nowhere more conspicuously will be started in the
dances \
GRANT-FERRIS:! department. The work: referred to again
p41 pronounced than la Florida.To ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
RIVER
MARINE & STATIONARY ENGINES. therein has been undertaken in the in.erect Opera bouse. INDIAN .
those of ns who are familiar with ,
of developing the culture of this Some ten or more .ho.n-the very
FLA.
the :: ,
All Kinds of' phases of some diseases at the Northas beat the rood-have already been
well as In Florida, the change In typeIs moat Important native fruit throughout, on Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-.Sacked or loose. Special attention
LATHE WORK the south, and I shall appreciate any booked for the coming seosou., paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
so marked as to lead as to sometimes
:M t A Specialty. publicity that you may feel disposed to T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
doubt the correctness of our diagnosis.
give it through your columns, as It Is BREVARD PUBLIC SCHOOLS.Mr. --- ----
It is fair to presume that In our climate -
Write for Prices and Termll.Ea. desired to reach as many persons Interested
the skin In some way take. on In ot SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
- In grape growing aa possible. R. E. Minis, Superintendent THE .
the function of the
some degree kiunejsIn
Public Instruction for Brevard! county,
: .. L. OTLO"VV'. Yours very truly,
4r the elimination of the products of

;\ disease, and so the lifo Is prolonged.Take OEO. C. Vitlculturlst.ISVKHtlOATlOW HUSMAN: that wishes the to notify county the-school public school patron will that be Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement, j

f the various forma of neuras
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opened as follows: I qi 1
thenla. It |III to undeistand,, OF BCUPPKBJIOXO GRAPE. '
very easy Schools to being Sept. ft, 11Q4-Se-: t:
how the and moister climate : The United States of
warmer relieves : Department Agriculture and
ill the nervous strain and so causes, Is investigating the Scuppernong: bastian and Guorglana. Vitrified, Paving Sidewalk Brick......
4 grape with a view to determining the Schools to begin Sept. 12, 1004:-Titusvllle -
comfort and ultimate
I 1 present cure. best varieties, methods of culture pruning Cocoa, Eau (Oallle, Fort Pierce Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262
Pneumonia Is rare with us but It Is one training, etc., as well as the uses to Fort .Drum, Orangedale.

\ \ r Mu of the diseases, that when taken, seems which the fruit can be put. One of the Schools to begin Sept.: 10, 1004\ :-Oslo, J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.The .
features of this which Is
to; run with! nearly equal violence here as Investigation
Melbourne, Malabar, Valkarta Mor anll. -- -- ---
considered of particular I Importance, Is
lk
elsewhere. It Is under
rarely seen conditions the locating of vines of this type, either I Schools to begin Sept. :atl(, 1004:-Ar- Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.

', a} of oar climate. wild or In cultivation, that are known to tesla! Courtenay, Midway, Jensen.
J Chronic bronchitis or winter cough! r'' excel In productiveness, size, color or A Y41 ti
We need only to those who suffer quality of fait, or in some other Import. ''
ll' say' ant particular. CHURCH NOTI'c'ES."Cbere Wm.: A. amours &:: Oo.
i4tt-aJi. from this trouble, come early In the
In this connection, the Viticulturist
autumn and stay late In the spring, and of the bureau of Plant Industry, who I I
Wines Beers the Methodist GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Fine Liquors will be services In
we can promise you almost complete Immunity has the work In charge, will be glad to I ,
( Ales. Stout Etc.tVSend from this distressing trouble. receive reports on such vines front persons church In Titusvllle, next Sunday at

me your orders I All who suffer from It and seek our boi- who know of their existence staling 11 a. m. aod 7\0:\ p. m. All cordially ,, Flour, Grits, Meal\ and Fertilizers
the facts them and the
TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA. regarding Invited to be '" ?-
!I present.
ders do not heed this simple suggestion '
points of special merit that have been 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
but come late and stay a little while and observed In thee.Correspondence. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold DI- ft. MIJo

East Coast Meat Market return to their homes to suitor all regarding such vines vine service in St. Gabriel's church on AIt8.10r; Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
should be addressed to Geo. U). Ilusmann,
at 11 and 7:30 .
through the uncertain months of spring,, :Sunday: next a. m. p. m.
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Viticulturist bureau of Plant Industry, .
O. F. DUREN, Agent. while those who come October and U. S. Department; of Agriculture Washington Holy Baptism at the morning service. : + :JiiiiooiiI 3 -- -unr: --

go away InHhe latter, days of May In a D. C. Rev. J. B. Hawk will, preach at City

.1 .c 1N few years have broken up the habit and I The Department will upon application Point, Sunday morning, September 4th, rL----I SEEDS: : :: roR: F.A.LL..
furnish boxes and ,
special mailing :
C:> fled the cough and \Its attendants trou franks with which choice at 10iO:: o'clock and at:St.: Paul's church; I
1 P;. :::!. Specimens of
bias have passed away. varieties can be forwarded to the Vltlcultin Eau Gallle, at 7:10 In the evening.

o: >> tan: la a practice of more than 20 years In 1st for examination. without cost Topic for the Epworth League devotional TurnIps-and Ruta Bagas.

.- sp: Florida I can recall but three oases of to the sender meeting at Eau Gallle will, be "New I I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.

pa : dlptherla that could be directly traced Courage for New Work." Bible refeA Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans. ..

-- to northern Infection, that Is cases MRS. TREUTLER IN CHICAGO. encea: Psa. cxllv 1-15: ; Acts. xxvlli 15. Seed Potatoes-for fall, N.,. 4 Roue and Triumph.

cag:: brought down and developing. after arrival Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc. ,

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; ; and even then It Is easy to prevent BOUGHT AN ORANGE GROVE,
= A letter to the ADVOCATE' from one of I I
s:::.. the further spread of the disease. L. OdMmRONe::: Soedsl1.: ,

w 3FLORIDA.: :: The air of Florida not being favorable our Chicago correspondent says: The Bowman orange grove near MimI 1)' 4 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
1 for the of the the Mrs. Treutler, of Eau Gallle who Is A
TITUSVILLE, propagation germs, station, advertised In the ADVOCATE
i mildness of the disease of children I Is visiting her sister In Chicago recentlyhad ] during the past few weeks, was sold to a--B3a+!-alt3-- E7 iET3t19 al 2'---1Joioi, ioiaeL _fJ 1 t:

well known. A member of our profession a very enjoyable automobile drive
Mr O. O. Howard, of Titusvllle on
.Robbins & Graham Co. I now dead for many years helda with a party of eight In a large Winton The of '
: touring oar, owned by members of the Tuesday. grove bearing orange Now :is the :I'iro..e.: :: '
very prominent place "a a physician In trees covers ten acres of land, and there
party. The start was made from her 1O CALL AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF AXDIa33Q.ori.ca. ?
St. Augustine said "that he had knownof
(Incorporated.) Is a nice 7-room cottage ou the propert ,
sister's (Mrs. Koenlg) residence, on the \
PAID UP CAPITAL $ ,OOO.oo. 100 death.cases"scarlet fever wlhout a sin west side, for Oakwoods which Is the The sale was made through the agent, F1c..e:: :: : .. ,
gle Judge D. L. Oaulilen. '
This company owns We are all familar with the number southern part of the cltv and after a : Out stock Is very large, end we are in a position to show you any size,loose or
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LI19. nsr XD s:; who come to us suffering from kidney short stay, the-party proceeded to Edge- NO JOKE THIS TIME. mounted Waltham gem and Elgin-that yon Watches.want. Our Diamond specialty Brooches is Fine from Diamonds$,)00> to $1,000 and High-grade each and .

'* the Indian River Country; On the St. trouble and we know, too, how they water, which ,ls a northern suburb of --.- money saved ou every purchase.EGEB ..;,
continue live often Chicago.; There the party partook of a
to after ,
r Luola River; at New Rlyer and on Bay with Improving health.year year supper, which was much relished after I Ouodall Fla., Aug. SO, 1004. ; cPc Slager :

Bl ca1De. Prices to suit the tiroes. It Is a matter of common observationthat their long drive; after which the start Editor East Coast Advocate : ,

Send for Land List. numbers of consumptive. do for home was made. Mr.: and Mrs. Geo. K. Sweeney are DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY. v
great The distance covered was about 43 the happy parents of a fine girl, born 11 and 13 Main St. A C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR. 3:19: W. Bay St. >,i
well Indeed In the climate of
Offices at Titusvllle and Miami. Fla. very genial JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.: .
Floiida. miles. Since then Mrs. Treutler has Aug. 23th. This report Is true. The
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I enjoyed more such pleasant trips. report in July was not. -
many
Ii To no health seeker Is the relief more
i CIIAS. FULTONwill GEO. K. 8wlu nlY.
Although Chicago Is enjoying 'very :
marked or permanent than in those suffering
from asthma. pleasant weather this summer, Mrs. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

thinks there Is JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at
attend to all kinds of Variola When disease Is so mild Treutler still nothing to
with the Florida climate and this office, at reasonable rates. Giveus
compare '
that grave doubts exist among well Informed OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT"GLOBE' 11R,
Is home-sick for Indian River. a share of your work.
PAINTING and KALSOMINING. and well observing physicians .. -, - / -. --.----
p - .
that the disease under observation is not

When you want any of the this disease at all, It must be very THE ORLANDO LAW SUIT
t Indeed and this Is what
mild yet just '

above work done, drop happened when variola Invaded the The Injunction people have been after lya :1' .

me a line. State: a very. few ,ears since. Men who the boiler works again, says the Orlando : : !

had seen variola many times were loth ,,
CHAS.; FULTON, TITUSVILLE FLA. correspondent of 'the Times-Union. (II
to be convinced that the dreaded diseaseof !!
Titusvllle and
They went to argued the

j .................. their past observation had become no case before Judge Jones. Messrs, Massey GASOLINE ;: ;I !: ,
modified In Florida that It had becometo
and Cheney talked for the boiler
; Vesey Hall, be know as "pumps," and Its fatality
Starbrnck
r. factory, Mr. argued for the :
reduced to less than 1 cent. MARINE ENGINES a
4 Georgians. Fla. I per 'objectors Judge Jones decided that '

Children's diseases, meaiels mumps I Orlando needed the works, and that 2 a

.: Builder. : : and whooping cough, are commonly so I someone had to listen to the noise, so he F .,

*ONLY FIRST-CLASS WO RK.* mild that little care is DCcesaaryln their :denied the Injunction,and Cain Jk O'Ber- J 33

X Write for Estimate 2 treatment and rarely are there any sey- ry;, will proceed' at once to erect the ilTHE
Della that follow to trouble us. works. The large of
bolter majority
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Orlando's people are glad the Judge. 0

ENCAMPMENT OF FLORIDA saw It in that light. ,. '
WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. STATE TROOPS. .' .
S. B. HUBBARD CO.
Patented In countries.\ .. Only tackle

block of the kind In the world. Fit- Take Notice.

+'' ted with the celebrated VInton Roller On account of the annual encampment -A.GrED.l'TSJj; *
of the Florida State Troops a! St. Augustine :'"
; Bearer. Useful In any place where tc
r August 31st to September 8th, a If cultured /gentleman, about fifty,'of! '
hoisting Is done. With these blocks Jacksonville; Florlda..a 5
do the work of two. rate of one fare, plus 25ets, has been independent means, would like to pass ,
one man can *
authorized from the entire state of Flori the rest of his life in a delightful climate,
Thousands sold in the ,north. Call C '
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,f da. *Tickets to be sold August 31st., "far from the madding crowd," write for .GOs
order
office and see, or them the store In working of .1... Prltcbard at this: September 2nd, 4th and GUI, with final, particulars to "Lawyer" care the Air L '-WRITE FOR CATALOG AND: PRICES.

Son TltuniUe.I C limit to Sept. 9th, 1004. YOCATB,Titusvllle, FIW. 4 ,






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