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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VO:[.,. 1{'). NO. 3. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBF.il. 1OO4. PRICE 5o.
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LOCAL NEWS -Mrs. F. M. Taylor returned from aweek' -Mr. and Mrs F. A. Morgan and son, -Mrs. T. F. Howes baa joined the BE MARRIED. AMONG THE HOTELS. '

visit at Canaveral on Tuesday RosRer, and Mrs. Percy .O. Walton and Ladies Progressive Culture Club, Tltusvllle. -

daughter Corinne still In Ashevllle It la with pleasure that the AnvocAVH.
of General Interest. ; are li
And Topic -Mr. J. C. Little, of Jacksonville, arrived The AUVOOATH on file at all the
N. C. learn of the marriage of two ofTltuaville's
here, Tuesday, to' look after the Messrs. J. E. Full, R. N. Andrews, coming beat hotels In New York city
-Born to Mr. and Mrs A. P. Grubor J. M. Dixon and H, E. Mlrns were mOAt popular young people. ,
THE ADVOCATE? turpentlnn interests of D. W. Monroe Jt; present Miss Judo Aleph Minis and Mr. W. Mr F, A Losley :who hold the position i I
41.60: per annum In advance. Co. at their home pear Titnsville, on the |I at the School Board meeting tills
of of the Breakers
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Ernest Yanlandlngham. The wedding MitlHtant-manager -
1.00 six months, morning of Sunday, Sept. 4, 19 $2.OO per an. to foreign countries.y -Miss Rose Penny, a popular young 10-lb J will be a quiet one, only the Immediate Seabreeze, this summer, has returned .

% Reading notice ads. are ten.cents, lady from Nathan, left; here, Friday last, bright boy. ':: RED AND WHITE' BERMUDA ON- relative of the contracting,: parties being to Tltusvllle for good, and will reopen $ S''

per line on thU page.!: for Sebastian, where she Is teaching -fro R. E. Minis, superintendent of Ion Sets. $".60\ per bushel. Invited and will take place at the home his Titusville saloon'-on. the 1st of 1 1Ootober

When you subscribe for the ADVO school! public instruction for Brevard county] 24-8C Crenshaw Bros., Tampa Fla. of the bride' mother, Mrs M. C. Mime, I .. ., 'l
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GATE by the year, It does not cost you .Messrs; J. R. Pomeroy, of Fort was among the pleasant callers at this -Mr. W. H. Hall and family are !In In North Tltusvllle, on the evening of Manager Jos. P. Groaves,< :;>of the Oriental

, three cents per week, postage Included. Pierce; and Homer E. Wakefield, Cocoa, office on Wednesday Coooa, while Mr. Hall assists Assessor Sept. IS, 1004. hotel, Manhattan Beach, :N.. Y., 1

THIS EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on have been in town this week, on the BANISTER BROS'. SHOES Wooten with the tax books. They will Miss Minis I I. one of Tltusvllle' most has done a nourishing business this
ale at; the following. news-stands, at fire school grading committee. be about month.Dr. popular and accomplished ladles 'the
Are winners. Ask to see them. $5.00 gone a young summer; and he will do likewise

cents Tltusvllle-per copy'-Red: Cross Pharmacy., COST SALE and '0.00 per pair.J. E. R. Blakewood, who has been and ha been one of the most promisingand coming winter at Hotel Aloaxar St.

Jack.onvllle-Dun1 hotel. On White Canvas Shoes continues. A R. Walker A: Co., Tltusvllle. on a vacation of about six weeks at Indian satisfactory-young, teachers In Augustine. .

Note date of expiration printed upon few pairs left. -Attorney J. E. Allen representing Springs, Tallulah Falls, and other the Tltusvllle High School. The Battery Park hotel, Ashevllle, N.
, :your: paper or wrapper every week. This J. R. Walker A Co., Tltusvtlle.Mesdamea Senator Wilkinson Call In places In Georgia, returned to Tltusvllle Mr. VanUndlngham, who la now of dune business this
the baa
of C. a phenomenal ,
ij is a receipt for your money. No need case on Wednesday. Miami has been a resident of Tltusvllle ,
\ for us to send receipt for subscription Adhemar Brady and L. Gaulden vs. Call, was 'In town Wednesday -;. I from boyhood, and I la a young man of summer. An ADVOCATE subscriber Informs .

The date gives it to you. A. Brady, will entertain the Progressive arguing the ease before Judge Jones THE REST OF TilE SEASON. sterling; dualities lie was at one timeon us that nearly every room !In the

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red Culture Clup, on Monday next, at the -County Com mlssloners J. C. Jones, Any Straw Hat at Actual Cost. Some\ : the ADVOCATW. staff, .and litter bookkeeper hotel ho been occupied In this up-to-

r Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. home of Mrs. L. A. Brady., J. F. Dell), R. A. Conkllng and J. It. from last year at 50ctn. on the dollar. ; and assistant manager of the date and popular hotel. .. t

Mr. M. S. Jones, Jr., was in town on MIot have been A few Boys' Hats at :25cts. on the dollar. I '''Lumber this but for ')
-Mr. M. F. Goldsmith, of Fort PlerrV in town this week, attending Bond Coat place, Mr.\ Robert Murray, manager' of the I

Wednesday, spent Sunday In Tltusvllle, returning the usual monthly meeting of Get your Straw Hats now. the past three years he lies been a Manhannett house, Shelter Island, N. r

-The guava trees la Capt. J. O. Wal home that afternoon, with his father, 1 the Board John R. Walker: A Co., Tltusvllle.Mrs. student of the Baltimore Medical College,: Y., writes an ADVOOATR correspondent '

ton' yard in South Tltusvllle have, been Stator M, Goldsmith, who has been quite THE NOVELTY STORE Tltusvllle, A. J. Sembler, of the Sembler from which place he will! graduate next: : has been a very: busy mon tills summer I
sick. \ Cottage, Tltusvllle, returned Sunday afternoon spring.' for his hotel ha been
loaded with fruit this summer. Dairies a nice line of novelties, atatlon palatial r
I from a two weeks' visit with The ADVOCATE staff Joins the crowded with Mr U j
-The Geo.. W. Sooble fish business at -Application!;! ; for furnished houses ery, pictures, fancy dishes candles, many guests. Murray "
I her mother and sister 'at Eustls. Mts. friends all along the East Coast of the well-known and of '
,
Titusvllle will be reopened about the and rooms are still flowing Into this of- toys etc. 5 and 10 cent counters. [1.12: genial manager
Sembler was greatly benetlttod by the these people In wishing them In M. famous hotel
young Mr. Henry Flagler' ,
under the management of Mr. fice. We not In the real estate business
15th inst., are -Mrs. C. 8. C'liappolln of Rochester ,
rest and change, which she needed very; advance, much happiness In their new the Pones d, Leon, St. Augustine.
G. W. Scoble, Jr. and our reply Is a marked copy of N. Y., a frequent winter visitor to the much, 'iu
station In life.
ICE CREAM- C the ads In ADVOCATE. East Coast and a sister of Mr. C. Berge, S Messrs Alnslle and Grabow, of the f

Every Wednesday and Saturday at the NEW CROP CREOLE ONION SEED, who spent last season In Tltusvllle, has -Mr. Bv R. Provost of Lotus, who has )New Ocean House, Switmpsoott, Mass.,, .;
A SMALL FIRE.
Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusrllle. 24-8t Crenshaw Bros.,Tampa, Fla. gone to New York city, to reside permanently been spending the. summer In Ashevllle have been tendered and have accepted
and St. Louis, passed through here,Tuesday the management of the Hotel Tullerles

_Miss A. B.MoAlester, of Washington -Miss Pltou, daughter of Mr. Augustus en route home. Mr. Provost says Tltusvllle\ experienced quite a fire scareon and Hotel Empire, Commonwealth Avenue .

Ga., la a guest of Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins Pltou, New York's well-known play Judge A. D. Penney, returned Mon the weather was very cool and pleasant last Tuesday About 11 a. m. a cry Boston Mr. Alnslle will give 1

Miss MoAlester will teach' school aright Is visiting Mrs. Fred Tate< day from a brief stay In Fort Pierce during the time he was at the World's of fire was raised !In north Tltusvllle\ his personal attention to the conduct of I

at Eau Oallte this winter. Rochester N. y :Both Mr. Pltou anJ with his wife and-daughter, who are Fair. followed by the blowing of whistle and The Tullerie and Empire, while 'Mr.

-Miss Evelyn Clark departed, Monday Mr. Yates have winter homes at Hobe visiting! Mrs. Penney' mother, Mrs. W. FOR MONDAY ONLY. ringing of bells, which soon brought out Orabow'wlll look after the Interests of
N Hendry at that Mr.
place.
for West Palm Beach, where she Sound.. t and Lollle will return home on the Penney 12th 0 dobler-Soat DinerS,"'.0.00; aSanltare the "Bucket Brigade"' In force. their winter hotel, The Tltq field, Port .

will be the guest of her friend Miss An- -Miss Battle Carpenter, a talented Inst. Iron Bed, W. W. Spring and an E H. The Ore was seen emanating from the Antonio, Jamaica The Empire' and

thony for several, week, -Daytona and popular young lady bailing' from Mattress, all for 1300. A Morris Chair, kitchen roof of Mr*. M. C. Mlm's residence Tullerles will be conducted on the American

Gazette-News.,. Coooaout. Grove, who went to Palatkato GET: OUR PRICESOn : worth $17.BO, for 13.08. A good Oak and a* the wind was blowing plan Most desirable suit, eltber...

-Mr. J. T. Knox, station agent; at try and capture a teacher' state certificate anything you want. We pay the Center Table for 91.00. Monday only. rather hard at the time, It begun to look furnished or unfurnished, may be obtained. -

Eden, accompanied by his wife and two passed through Titusvllle on freight and met all competition. Dry J.R. Walker Co., Titnsville. like a serious matter. Fortunately a TheTullerteeleespeolallyadapt-I

children, spent from Saturday 'morning Friday last, saying she had passed the Goods, Shoes, Millinery, Gent' Furnishings -Miss Hattle Carpenter has returned water tank on the premise was well ed for banquets, ball and reception
examination Of and Furniture at the filled, and a continuous line of buckets
successfully. course, Large
till Tuesday morning visiting relatives home after spending about two monthsat Clock golf by moonlight baa been a
that menus a state certificate. Miss Brick Store.J. were kept In operation, subduing the 4
Titus vtlle. They left on the early morn- Tltusvllle, where she was assistant novel feature bf life at The Asplnwall,
Carpenter's many Tltusvllle friends con- Walker A Co Titnsville.Mr. fire before all the water was emptied
ing train, Tuesday, for Atlanta and teacher In the Normal summer school. Lenox. Mas., for the past two week,
Helena, Ga. gratulate her.MALLORY Wm. M. Brown, wife and daughter During her absence Miss Carpenter from the tank. aye ,the Boston Home Journal. More

LINE TICKET FOR SALE of Tltusvllle, left UlTlvlew, New several. The fire WM undoubtedly attributable' would have
MAKER AND MILLINER.. spent day at Palatka, where she glorious< moonlight nights
DRESS to burning soot which falling the
Fernandina to New York and Return Hartford, Conn., on Friday, August 10, upon
R. Walker & Co. have se- stood an examination for a state teach served to Intensify the romatlo fervor
J.
Messrs. roof caused the to
dry shingle Ignite
cured the services of Mrs. J. E. Hick- First-Class. Cheap. Apply at the for a trip to North Button, N. H. Mr. ers certificate thoroughly enjoyed quickly, If the fire had not been dls> which few" have escaped, perhaps, creat-

Ga., Mrs. Hlokson ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle. and Mrs. Brown returned on the follow her stay !In Tltusvllle, and speaks In the !log a real "moonstruck" state. worse
son of Fort Valley, covered so soon after It originated, the
recommended, and Attorney Geo. M/ Bobbins, accompanied lag Thursday to the New Hartford highest term of the culture and hospitality than midsummer madness. The night
comes highly guarantees dwelling would have been In such'a
satisfaction.Mrs. by his song Master Rufus Robbins louse, New Hartford, leaving on Satur of the people of that charming have been cool enough to admit a most
blaze owing to the wind blowingat
d"y'for strong /
left here, Wednesday, for Providence an automobile trip through the town.-Sunday's Miami New. comfortable enjoyment of the mild exer-i.:
Jeppe Sondergaard, of Perth Berkshlres with Tor ring ton friend. Mr. that time, a* to render useless all efforts clock But In of this
else of
R. I., where Rufu. will go on golf spite
known In and -Mr Oeo. W. Scoble, Mr. Geo. W. to extinguish: : It In the primitive
well Mrs. Brown and
mboy, N. J., formerly board the family are expected: : .of the
steamship Pennsylvania to practical embloyment beautiful
,
has home In Scobie, Jr., and little Miss Merle Scoble, method we were compelled to adopt.A
ntnsvllle Miss Emllle Lusen, ar- a couple of days
as or
so.
month1 I I.
make an eight cruise abroad, white light, It safe to wager that
who have been In
visit wither Noifolk Va., for several book and ladder company would be
Ived home after a delightful with other enrolled the books of -Our Boston In work during
boys on correspondent writesus menthe Cupid got some good
Denmark. Mr. and: Mrs. returned to their Tltusvllle a (treat addition to our town, and we
In
| parents the Nautical School. The that Mr. and these week at Lenox. O.
Preparatory Mrs T. Jefferson CoolIdge Proprietor
home last
expected'at the home of on Friday saying they were hope the day Is not far distant when we
ssen are Nelson of SoutH TI- Pennsylvania wl.l sail Wednesday Jr., are at last established in their glad to be again on Indian River. Mrs will be la a position to afford one. D. Seavey plant to keep his house open
upt. and Mrs. P. next: the 16th Instant, and Rufus look- beautiful residence which baa recently Icoble's son has been suffering with abad until the autumn I I. well advanced.

svllle. In November.Mr. log forward wjth) much pleasure to the been built for them at Maocheeter-by- cold for time but he
some past, a* RED AND WHITE BERMUDA ON- Wolfe'. European Hotel Jacksonville,
Cbaa. H. Walton, editor and trip. the;Sea, on Coolidge; Point. The house could not shake It off In Norfolk, ba de Ion Set*. f 1.00 per bushel. I fa now open. Chef Wolfe I I. a winner la

oprietor of this paper, will leave here Captain and Mrs. Henry R. Jones I. one of the handsomest; even In that pitied to return to Tltusvllle whose climate 34-8t Crensbaw liros,, Tarppa, Flit. everything that ba undertake, but the
[morrow for Ashevllle, Knoxville, ClnKnatl aristocratic locality, and will be used for will ,
; anncnnce the engagement; of their daughter soon knock It oat. Mr. Fred last branch of business which be I I.
T' Columbus Westervllle, Toledo, Catherine Mills, to Dr. Frederick an all the y.ear round home by the Cool- coble( has taken his brother's place in -Mr. J. A. Collins resume bis position about to; launch Into will make him
and' Hotel Victory, Put-ln- dges, who vastly prefer life In the today, as mall clerk on the Titus-
gveland, ils father's
Parker Oay, of Boston. Dr. Gay Is a conn- commission house In Non famous all over the South. To say that
vllle-Sanford branch
the largest summer hotel In the graduate[ of Harford University and of try to staying la town. The Coolidge. folk. Mr.' Wolfe has an excellent: hotel, I.I expressing e
|Id, managed by Mr. T. W. McCreary. will have for their nearest nelgboni Mrs. -flI... Maggie; Collins entertained It rather mildly A
John Hopkins medical school and since representative
f ; Walton, will also visit Dr. and Mrs. his graduation, baa been traveling, and Lulous M. Sargent, Miss Hetty A. Bar- To Old Jtfald some of her friends, last evening, In. of the Tlipes-Unlon, recently dropped .-

I. nonunion; at their beautiful sum- pursuing his studies In Germany, returning gent and the lIon. T, Jefferson Coolidge. honor of Mr. Spiers. Into the new hotel and was shown
the suburbs Mr. Is Man of 47 year wants to correspond
|home In Westervllle, In Coolidge a member of
Canaveral
to this country In May last,- WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call about by Mr. Wolfe. Just to the right
with Old Maid between and 40
Club and 39
them to.0rM' years
. otumbus. and accompany New Hartford (Conn.) Tribune. The pay a visit toTltnsvifle neary opoo the Tltusrllle Livery, at rear of of the main entrance, will be the ban
Must'bave
of and be able to
Fair at St. Louis. During every winter.FURNITURE. age. mousy
Robblas law office for hall finished off In white and
AoVoof&ce >rlde-to>ra I. the charming and popular' give good references If asked for. No- a stylish, up. quet gold.
Walton the
ibsenoe of Mr. young alter of Mrs. Wm. M. Brown of one but perfect ladles need reply.' All to-date rig. Leave your order for To the left I I. the mala dining-room, one,
will be la charge of Mr. rttuivllle, rind Is well-known to many communications confidential. all kind of double and single hauling of the prettiest In Jacksonville three
Wilson, assisted by Mr. E. N. strictly Feed and sate stable a specialty private dining-room large and
residents not only of this town, but of Address: JoMcfl airy.
ee, Miss Pearl Stewart and a large Palm Beach and Mtarol.! We- tender, In ., DRY GOODS. 4-2t T. PAUL Jacksonville, FIs. J. M. OsnA Titnsville Fla. Fifty-four room are handsomely fitted
of talented and -to-dats ,
i 1 bright, op brand furniture
with
advance, hearty congratulations to Miss SHOES. out new mattings,
ndent* along the East Coast of ljf Fine Property For Sale. etc. and are alt large,: airy and comfort
.. While In Cincinnati Mr. Wat- fones. .____________ Sandstone linck, ,
CHAS. A. GAHDMBK Tltusvllle. Fla. able. The large gallery fronting on Bay
1 be a guest. of the Grand hotel. Boat Wanted. Uniform Two nice cottages adjoining each Htreot I.I cool and pleasant. In additionto
I. Size and Color. Smooth
other' In North Tltusvllle, with an acre the hotel!, Mr. Wolf. I la fitting out one
IFishermen Wanted. Wanted, a light-draft, round-bottom For.Kent, FurnUlied. and These Hard. No bat*. Takes Less Lime. of hammock and five acre of rich muck of the neatest quick lunch stand, In the
the should
boat, about 18 ft. or 18ft. In length.One are reason why you land, suitable for truck farm. Good city. The entrance to this Ventaurant' :

l .good round bottom boats, nets, suitable for an engine preferred.Trrv.vii Four-room Cottage.. / Poultry Ranch, use them river front. The larger' cottage ham three will be from the viaduct. The wall are'

said want good men to flab them. i.a Finn Co., all completely Furnished, for tl&OO a EAST COAST LCMHER A; SUPPLY Co. sleeping room and a servant's room upstairs neatly papered. Two counters have

atlrlreea. GBO. W. Sconi tTltosville Tltnsvtllq... month, to whit couple. Handy mincan and '
For iCent FurnUlied, } a parlor, sitting room dining been erected and several tables will be
f y.TLLs get plenty work beside. MB.:" and below. The
room kltcblng adjoining placed In the center' of the room. Mr.

r Store and Ranges. Merritt, Fla. Lovely cottage facing Indian river, cottage has two sleeping rooms ami I Wolfe' U known all over the city a. aa ,

May Suit You. Cottages even rooms,sun parlor, completely turn- servant'. room In second story, and 'excellent caterer, and this alone will. .
Just'received, a carload of O. X. nen t. sitting room, dining room and kltchlng
I.bed. Season ((01' year) *.OO. BLAIR draw him an eaormoll'l'atroDage.AJI"t. .
4eobaquence of the owner's Inability Stoves am* Ranges. Now la your timeto below. Large, brick cistern to both
Merritt. Fla.
(near Rockledge.) ,
Maoris to Florida, the undersigned buy. For prices, eta, apply to Three neatly furnished cottages at hOOM_. Adapted for a nice winter Manager or Hotel Clerk,

Msji*>_iuw sale, at a bargain, bis brother. JAMES PBITCHABD A; Son.Tltuivtlle Eau Oallle, Indian River, Fla." for rent IteglJilratlon JTotlce. home. -

ettrtt' jp s j grove of ISO young, bearing Fla. 100.00 each for the winter season. Apply to GEO. K. ROBBIXS, With excellent: reference, wants a

-- and grapefruit tree*, and a twoe Th.y contain four room each; stand The registration book of the town of Titusville, Fla. position South for the winter. Wife.

> house; Including five acre ". Draylng.Drmylng high from the ground and command a ; Tltusvllle will be opened at the hardware housekeeper or office '.I.tan. Both

'jkaest vegetable bind on Merritt'* Mantifal view of Indjan River. Floe store of 03... Pritobard
Indian River,FU., and two good or hauling of alll lad promptly location and congenial society. Bare i Monday, Sept. IBtb. Book will close 10 t" ?; -

Will sell cheap. Write to attended to. Mteu all train. Stove hance. For further particular' ,addressJ. : days prior to the day of town ..Iectloa.R. AU work done 1Ip-tt>date. Call and G. EMEBSOV!: : Boner,. u

J. A. GILBERT wood tot sale at all time*. A.. GILBERT, R. PTLKS, see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor The Blynman,

Odessa, y. Y. E.: n. HOLTCX, Tltusvin. tf Odessa, N. Y' Town Clerk and Registration! Officer Barber' Shop, on Washington avenue. 4d-3t 'Ma nolla, Mas.





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Cures a cold In 24 hours.A It's ,

I Accepted Masons. pleasant and agreeable laxatl, painless ,

yet effective. Prescribed by physicians
: and recommended by all druggistsas ;/: V (

r an invaluable substitute for mineral I
Indian No. 90) Y kt t+ n pills and castor oil. 100 wafers 25 cents ,

.... atBeJ: Cross Pharmacy, Tltusville, Fla.
Hirer TltusTllle Fpi

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Lodge.fW\ Florida. 1', .. tw,,-' .'udglnfrom/ what they hnve trf show
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Hold lu meeting the Mmnntl and fourth Krl- ,'J(' /.I :). for It. acute people'n time utust bottnterfHt &
day of each mouth a* their room, Indian River .: .'. .. ;' "' money..lodge..
tlotel,Tltu. tile, at 7:30: o'clock p. m.T. ; ,., > ,
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H. Sftbtlern, Wornlilpfu! Matter. ,_ . r.A. Morgan Senior Warden. V', M
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M. S. 8..mo.. Junior Warclun. _
J. M. Dixon, Traannrer.
I I. R. Walker seoMtary.I .

I i, J.<'.O.M.Blank Taylor' Chaplain.H: nlor Doaoon. BLACK }':>, You! i

R. E. Mhna, Junior DaiMton.O. iI
H. Walton, Hmilor' Steward.A. .
A., Stewart, Junior !Hteward. I
1'. W.IiolMirta, Tyler. I
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(ORDER 0V KASTICHN STAR. and ,I

Frlondnhlp Chapter, !*o. It, hold Its imHitlnpsIn DRINK
Mitt Mammlo. Lodge room, Titimville, on the
first and third 'flleMI",. in eaolr monllj at 1.::10 '
,. m. The following are the offloori ut the POULTRYMEDICINE
Chapter .
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M. M. Sorlmscomir, W.
V. A. Morgan; W. p. J.,
{ Minn Zanille Stewart, Annulate M.Mrf tL
H. R. Wilson, S8cre..r)'. i I'J J t r
John M. Dixon, Tiaaiurer.Ml r rr
s Kate"Stewart, Ua"luotrees.. {
Mr*.J.Kline, Annoolatu. Con J Stock and poultry have few
Mr.J. a. Walker, Ituth.Mn. troubles whith are not bowel and
31 Heo. W.SUol.l'I, Ada.Mm. .
.. L. Oarrutt>,r., Martha. liver irregularities.! Black
d; Mr.Oeo M. Fobbing, Kxthor.Mr w r i""' tMl wail aOA f.Ii Draught; Stock and Poultry Medicine
*. 1'. A. Morgan; Mamlial m _n is a bowel and liver remedy

C.Minn H.. Aloph Walton Mini, Warder, Klncta. l lJW' for stock. It puts the organs of

Mr. T. T. Weunore, Snntlnel. tigtiHtion! in a perfect condition.
d, J. L. CarratlierH, Chaplain. :: .' Prominent! American. breeders and

.. -- .-- -. .. '_ fiirmerM keep their herds and flocks
THE 'GREATHEALTH
healthy bylivinli/ them an occasional -
dote Black-Draught Stock:

CANADIAN BUILDING AT THE WORLD'S FAIR, and Poultry' Medicine in their DRINK.

_._ .. __ __.-_ food. Any stork raiser may buy a
2.r>-cnt half-pound air-tight can

soh I most of theta ofllcers an well III men of this medicine from his dealer "IN THE GOOD .-
Write for our and keep his stock in. vigorous/
; gmmeS1NESSo hysterical and of no account for lighting health for week Dealers ffener-: '

; purposes They simply couldn't alt} keep Black-Priftlzbt! Stock and OLD SUMMER TIME"

I stand the Hound and the concussion.The I COMPLETE Poultry Mfflicine.\ If yours*does.

C.XI q IGIe GG gallon traveled at the feet of the not, send 25' cents for a samplecan

/ white Biiniiers and begged! thorn to to the manufacturers. The iM f

cense flrltif !Some! of them jumped Chattanooga\ Medicine Co., Chattanooga ',

overboard! und perished by drowningto 1 ,I tx'f PRICE Tenn. r9.

= get away front the uproi.r. Yet a II 0LU a.OA.Ja11
, Chlniinuui hasn't half IIM\ much tear J 11'Aa mat ; 80. 11102.

,, ii Qt4u.vJvert& QM of lentil us tin nofinul wbL.e man. I yt LIST Black'IVaught .titoole! and Poultry
Medicine I. the bent I ever tried: Oar
: f ""'hlte men. enilurliw the tiling for ,stock: wan looking: bad when yon ont

the lint tin t'. have to keep a mighty me the medicine and now they are la a lelclous) refreshing

strong clutch: upon themselves to avoid getting .<> B'le They are looking 90 ETTO
"**i -- made from
kinds of vent, better.B. beverage ripe
1oJla. doing something foolish. Men new to For all per BROOKINQTOJf.:

1.:6: >> m ql the titanic uproar have n peculiar and Saw Palmetto Berries. 'Absolutely free

'Cf"" n/tmoHt unrestralnnble while desire to screuni : I! from pernicious, harmful.. drugs. Metto
the
with all their might big guns iii' WHISKIES

ore a'foll1: I stimulates the Liver, iluslus the Kidneys -
NOISE OF BIO GUNS. '"The old timers who have conquered ,

thin impulse look dumbly and helplessly acts directly on the bladder.

FEARFUL EFFECTS-! --OF THE TITANIC at cue another luring great gun _._ -. pr:: WINES -" Makes. these orgl\n 'perrorm their functions
I practice ai
UPROAR ON THE NERVES. they hi\ke'their heads In a queer sort I ln>a natural way, thereby keeping'

of deprecating WilT after each stupendous -
I the system In perfect and J,heallliy condition -
UvB) Old imd Hardened N.TB| Mea report. These head shuttings express and BEERS Seeds .

D..... the C ,n.v>.lf.u and. the Phfa- n good many things, but nothing 9f tfT--- *llj -" S

teal Ml.rrr It ....oh.... Whit Anl- more strongly than that the bead shaker nave coat more-yl.ldmore-,,1I.ap.rlmenllne-" i

..!. hardly Survive Iii Dud,. wish to gee-whla that they were :ElO w EN" C3 'OO. unsdl..p olntm Ita. +eycan
the ,..Seed..
Fore.. somewhere else Jacksonville Florida. Sold by III dealers. 1904atpald r9'
"There Is simply no way of explainIng Beal Annu.1 free.
"Men-of-war's: well In action are more --- ---- .
to all app.leanl.
Just how it feels to be within close
concerned over the noise of the ship's I earshot of the !burking of the big/ guns. riving the! concussion following the fir. I Uric Acid and Oruvei ;= D. M. FERRY A; CO.. .... .
than over the duiiger of being hit log 0: big guns.: Inferior animals nearly .
guns To know the singular misery of It each oaaeed by the kidney'. being unable Detroit. Mich.fOLEnilOIffiYANDTAR. -Sold. by-
tiy mlxHlIes from tho guns of the enemy tlwuytt: die from the effects of the
filter the
man must experience: It fur himself. to properly Impurities
," remarked un otllcer of the navy "The mere concussion, let alone the "OOCUIlIiCa! I from the blood. Irving' buchu wafers Red Cross Pharmacy,

,. who has smelt his share of powder In train .of waiting for each rt'llorttelill' "The concussion following the firing are the ouly sure remedy for this condition I
i actual naval warfare. "They can In a of n big gun ou a man-of-war hits a o ; they cleanse the kidneys from all Tltusville, Fla.
severely upon many of the stronger Cures Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia,
measure get away from the thought man cu of being hit because they are too !busyat men. It, catches [poet fellows about r.'iul when the full service charges are walls. of the kidneys slid prevent; the -
the spine and jars them all over and formation of the urlo acid. Sold 50
at
to consider that uoJ lu battle the concussion
their stations its a. MISSING WORD CONTEST.
causes them to stay Juried for days cents a box. Red Cross Pharmacy.
chance. Dut there I. no getting away afterward. Such attacks sometimes will rip( and tear a 111 un'. uniform into .

; from the noise of your own !guns.' That rags. It seems marvefous that the I
with series of atrocious
pass away a .
can't be forgotten of warded off The headaches."It man's tally Is not ripped and torn in Whit Shod 1".po.te.. PRIZES offered for.

men are, In fact, so absorbed! : waitingfor Is the that the" nemo wuy. and the fact that it is Almost every fashionable foot InNewport 101
nervous system is at
detonation from far toward that Is dressed In white shoes this
the barbarous tacked. and the hardiest and most rug. not goes& proving man the correct solution.
their own huge barkers and In tryingto In about: the toughest and most summer, and both men and women ,
ged snllor men cave In under these attacks
neutralize the effect of tho concussion leathery lave thing! in creation. have foresworn tan and black footgear
of concussion. It la to be
that they hardly think of the too that the human being remembered Is "Uut the allows on deck are better says the New York Preen The Tropical Manufacturing Co.. manufacturers of the great health .

projectiles from the guns of the ene- about the animal cX: than tho unfortunate chaps down women ore wearing slippers of fine Drink METTO, will pay all prizes. The contest open to
only capable of surIMrs.WelsslitzBuffalo below-the uieu at their firestations: I white kid with high heels and a broad All. It's free to You (I it''I
my."That noise of .their ---- - tongue. The men's shoes are buckskin 1
it is the own
lower decks !I
in the but most partlcunrly -
guns that they abhor, and that only Is the'members of the black and, on account of their athletic use KIRST PRIZE.
gang,
shown by the fact that tuvn-of-war's! 91 engineer's! force. The black gang they are usually high shoes. Mrs. T. To the first one sending ID the correct anawerwe| will' give aibeautifuliifesize ( ; I
men do not dread n battle wore than Shaw !Safe! wears some unusual Ivory picture in gilt; frame entitled "Purity." *
fellows are, most of all, the ones out ufItlt'k
they dread target'pructlce with the big the buckles: with her white kid slippers.She This picture I I. symbolical of Metto the great/: health drink! Qwlflon
during Mg
practice
guns. They are proud of their proficiency gun says they were used In the days bonettt' all and contain no clove or harmful drug. !

: with the gigantic shooting Irons, "The detonations come down the of George II. and that she picked them To the next 5. . . . . ; . $1.00 each i

and keen II Ii the ship and fleet competition hatches, with 11 force of concussion up in London. Both men and women S . . . . ._ . .I quart Metto each. r

business of at the enormously aiupIllUtl by the narrowness wear white silk hosiery and some of I' "e 21):! . . . . . . 1.2 plnf Metto each

anchored at the mark shooting of the paMsitge. anti the machinists the men go In for costly embroidered ?U. . . . . . ,. . ,1 Motto Ticket each
nnd firemen and otters and watertenderi .
"But the keenest among them hates effects. James Brett Stokes, whodresses ,
und coal heavers are hit as by IT'S.YOU I .
and abominates till noise. Tile men always with a certain plcturestiueueiis. I f I
Imply can't help making wry faces Invisible! 1'lle driven The advantageof has been wearing shoes PEOPLE ... ...KNOW A COOO.?!......WHEN THEY... -..IT ARE
the fellows on deck consists In thetUl't I
over the announcement of ship or fleettarget t shotis made of calfskin but on the upper USERS OF..IN.COOD.. .... .SUMMER.-' .......
that they can nee when each ,
with the main batteries. part of the boot the hair on the hide

z1 This dread practice of the roaring/ of tho greatguns : ; I, is going to be lived nnd brace thpmII'h.t'M bowed, "rll ha\'eIl shoes"! Is what Cut out this Coupon Mil In the blank: ;----- I

is no Indication of timidity on ril1 for /111.1111.1 against it, as they one person called'these hairy boots ofStokes' spaces, onoword to each blank space NAME .. ... .... .. .. .. ....... .. .. .. .. .,'
have chance to tothl.lr
They a get
the of the 'men who feel it the say. the whole to malt in appropriate rut
part ,. / __
and their lower
strongest. It la purely a physical dread, tiptoes depurate tense advertising Metto\ and mall. to P. O ............ .. .... ........ .. ........ .......
1/l / from their upper teeth. .....Ibl. Advance of Japan'. Army. the TROPICAL M'Ffl. CO., .
and of the
of the body not
a mind.abrliiklng "Itut tlu>r t U nothing doing! of thnt The Ingenuity with which the Japanese 14 We.tAilai. >i.. Street. County.... ..... .........State ... ......... ..
I kind with the black gang. They have generals have masked the movements JackftnavtUe, Florida'
"Few men In the service ever become \ ,N.V.
Imply !got to take It us It comes.. It l Is of their commands during the
I really used to the roar- of the great cured of kidney trouble LydiaE. the horrible uncertainty as to the exact present'war was further exemplified S "Remember the first 101 correct; answers received gets the prizes. Sent.lo;
There are officers and men In answers at once to the
guns. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.Of Instant whou the next shot Is goingto In the advance to the Yalu. says the ;your
the AWt'rlclunavy who have been up
nil'down the world on men-of-war for all the diseases known with which be Urrtl that tells on the man down Illustrated London News. Before "'1. TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.,

a generation and will i) abhor the yawpof the ft'tuale organism afflicted, kidney below. He tries to figure- out by guesswork Ju the road along which General Ku- 14 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
disease Is the most fatal. In fact unless just when the next explowlou Is rokl's troops were compelled" to pass
tho big /guns us much today as tbl.1hntl'd prompt and correct treatment applied going to happen but this is always. was" hi full view of the enemy posted

It on the first day they had to ,the weary patlentnelilomsurvlves.Bein ruin and fruitless. figuring./: The det- npon the farther bank of the river e =: ..A S. :E3-L--cr'::: -wr t3z c O ,

I stand for It."Ilronzed. fully aware of thin Airs. Pink. en.itlon always nails him when he1t1n't and It would have been an mat- FLA.
easy BIT, a ate w. Ray 8t.. JACKSONVILLE. .
/ old sailor men of the navy, ham In her
: early career, (rare careful
prepared{ for It. That Is why the ter for the Russians. to have estimatedthe
who know Tangier and Tahiti as well study to the subject, and in producing?
language/ heard In the bowels of ..nrnanofwur. strength of'thelr opponents' forces.
aa they knowt'w' York anti who areas her great remedy for woman's Ills, -
l.ytUa !:. ."lukhnm'lJ'JCetnble during the raging of the To avoid' so undesirable a contingencythe '
In their minds when coiiiblng uit1
shellac easy alcohol out of their mustaches Join')ouii l -tnuUa sure that ItconMined < big guim Is simply saddening to listen Japanese erected screens of brushwood l QTts, .

the correct combination of to."-Washington Stur. along the side of the .road thus! r fOR
with lunrllimplkes n" when quaffing ale herbs which certain to 0
was control creating artificially the cover that WH tDCph .ts
at half I1)'P1111lott10 In Nagasaki, grow that dreaded disease woman's
kidney '
Opaac not provided by nature: Where the PREPAID
;, grouchy and (flue ladylMi under the trouble
the face of
down the hlllnarvues
path ran
It strain of grout gun practice and Incontinently Road What Airs. YWIssllta Hays. Cures a cold In 24 hours. Coughs, of Or poles and millet stalks.:

curse the big barkers from 'all "DEAR MRS. PIaKIIAMI-1'or two bronchitis catarrh, lagrlppe neuralgiaand
ranged In tiers, replaced the screen
hands' to 'pipe down' of a target (Ill)". rears my life was simply a. burden, I headache, together with feverish and.; the roadway formed
spanning
suffered with female troubles
Many bluejacket in fact purposely so and
conditions of the system.
gently
They unbroken shield. ,,
break their liberty when they get the mlns across. my back and lolnH. The an i2QTS ;, QT .
bowels without ,
doctor told me that I had kidnap open the griping act on
chance lu order to avoid being on et
troubles and prescribed for me. For the IlYer, tone up. the system and cause Irs. ilaj.brick Is t last Jns-
hoard of their. ships during great gun three months I took his medicine
but and headache
colds fevers to disappearlike tlc"' gets her Innings some time.

practice.' "Half civilized\ men fellows not highly grew ad\'IAc'.t steadilytdorse.me to try IjTtlla Mv husband K. I'iuk-then magto. They do not cause ringingIn tti ',;b she frequently has to wait a

organizing; endure the noise of the iiim'M, Vegetable Cunip<>uii
enormous gun much less gamely than > home a bottle. It is the great- Cross Pharmacy.: Tltutvllle, Fix

men of a superior order. The China- eat bleshlng ever brought to our homo. 'J h. number of widows a man leave .

men for example go all to pieces. under Within three months I was a changed Chicago lawyers are to form a labor set ins, to Increase In direct ratio with

the continuous uproar. Americans who woman. My became pain had clear disappearedmyomplexlon union. Any one who doubts that lawyers th> number dollar he leaves. : !
my cyeabright
III..1';'<'.1 to fight the Chinamen's naval and my entire system in goal ire entitled to form a labor union .

, KiUlvof the lain sold: the detonations .hape.1 -MRS. FACI.A WEISSUTZ, 170tVneca should carefully observe the amount of Boston Is said to be sinking: about atc

(>f ?!vclr own gene drove lews of the St.. I ufT lo. N.Y.-, ooo fnrf't bustling the -average limb of the law ot every century Heavy thinking (

Clu1o""v! ."..UI'b.t :.r'-s: wad and made ftrlfliiul. fofaauv.Mt.revMgg.s.ia.a aiounmt' '
......._01. pee through lu getting u case.. b.a Its penalties Aeents for the Pabat Brewing Co.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 9. IPOI. .:' II uJlr \ ::t, 3Profeionn1

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of the Atite' ot FlwMa) Is hereby auueute4so a* government or shy: nlllnl.I.a : :NbTIci-
Cards. NOTICE OFELECTION. to road. a* fblWwi" ; .'" nunihornf uuut Ef loss tItan th..1 I : _
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--rL L L _\ -. of a ola *. shell. ,
Section II. The Circuit Court hnall haveexcliiKlve .. '/ .
oiiginal jurisdiction In altaee in Section 5. of Article VlH. of the 'on.tMi.( ii .
", M, ROBBINS, !equity. Also in.1. ra.e... at law not eK.i.al>leby ot the State of rhxtyvtjw. .b..r" ly r.......1..1. ;\' .. I''.

GEo inferior court and In all ..- Mivolving ,.;.. .. .t. v..6. .. "r land/' Will bo sold nt
dmcrlbrd
/ 'ITr.HEREA8. THE LKOISLATl'RK OF IMS the legality of any tax _.'.l1IeDS, v* Ml I; oltheactlimof :. !.Otit'I I lt hereby!' Itl i> following /.
'v unJer the Constitution ot IMS/ of theo I I 1110III I front of the door of the Town
ATTORXET AND.COUNSELOR State of Florida. cHit, ..... ejeotnidnt, and of all aoMonM Involving The vote*oast le.;>*| >l'llRiice whit subS| pistlrosed tll"'flltlc auction! on th :tilinom l dqohel'
R > amendment* seven.. Joint CooMitutUm the tine or Uomidarlee$ of real _tate. AntendmenMk <.>"' the '"'"1''.."". uiutslSi. u.uctl lit 'l'ltu..vllttt, County of Brpvard, state Florida. or soi1ULiiert't
M lutloii tbe
>r npliiir. t > -
> A.T-LA.W. or the'Bute ol Moi iilu *ml the Minewere and fvriort.o'irta of all criminal and case orluinal not jurmdlctltnt ootfnlBtnle. bYll .Iw ....101.,111| <1 to I n* will h. n 'S r ..i pay I he amount title the town of Titusl'ftr4.Ioniaia -

)'I L Will practice in State and United Statei the member agreed to elented l>y a vote to each of three-fourh House that of the ail of forcible entry and unlawful detainer i l the>r.>vid.niiie H bylaw rvfumttwift. f\IIt O.and ueral restriction tiertu.us, a lu* the are' fur town tastw, t .,...,tn tHt opposite. to the same, together with

', ; and .of invli other niatutr. a* the Lugielatnremar tttateof Fl.anica.ly t such (iiile-anil advertising..
Court.I' Mill Joint .
| rote ou Resolution were entered up. provine. They shall have Sod' al'I..U"tItjllr | '. _
< on'thetr respeotlre Journalii. with yeaa and nsIhorson ,* i }.. lotion In all civil and criminal case I TItMTUlmhr WUK11KOF. I have lll'TOUII- .:"; .
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: Office at TmjsviLLK, FLA./ and they ill.I determine. and direct that' arising i In the countyy court or belor the t.. .set me 1lal1<4 and Hillxeil, the. irrst, \ I OXJ.
the wild. Joint Kmolutlon be nubinltted to the oonnty judge, anil of all uilsdnnieanor and civil I (L Bl 1 Sent of &f. Scat of Florida, at Tall*- \;; '- .. .
elector of the State at the General Election In cases tried In the oourta of record of judgment hassee, the Capitol tills the first day ofSecretary ;" Q.a! w : : '
| T7I... GA.ULDEN November. 1tO4. or sentences of and 1 O. ie4.K. .
; any municipal court AlIcu..t. A = H.
Now THaNarni: : .". I, M. CI.AY CRAWFORD. of all case arising before justice of tile _,. CLAY: t'R.\"' .'uRn. ;\:1o!: SEj. ) TO DEsuwr1oN. ..; g 0I'I iM.
, In coun'les in which. there I* no county 0"11".1 I of $tats. i S ..>
Bwrebtry of the State of Florida, do b..b1gl.. P .
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, ATTOR3TET-AT-LAW I uf reiuinl. .u iiiMwtul.Mi To J. P. JIROWJJ, Sheriff of Itrevard County. : ... S _
notice thai aGENERAL I =
.. pellate )aurluuiictlaun'of. ; nTatwr i ; arising Iwforecounty ; V ,", e a - .
/.. Will practice In ill the Court of th. BtaU ELECTION jiidge iwrtalulng to their probate jurisdiction u, I r _
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I ot Florida, and the United State Court of or such tti the other estates matter.n'llnt".t a. the Legislaturemay of lufnornvand NOTICE OF ELECTION. ; Ool.lsmlth. Tint DrV of HKA4': D. 1)B
I will be held In each County In Florida on Tims- '
I 7 I. O Box. 238.., TITU3TILLK: FLA. day next .1I'oOj ,hnir tne first Monday la Noveiu- provide. The circuit coons and judge 4 "0." pege2S 33 21 35' 43 $ 5 00

her, A. D. tios. the .ahl T I..day being the shall l nave. power to issue writ of niamutmu, E, It. lUoe . .. 1'arfj 01' NtV3." of 8K'>i, Dee-' :
Inl motion quo warranto certiorari prohibition. ;SJ\ 21 ; 1 70
'WEIUJ; habeas corpus and all writs proper or necessary 1)11 "Y. puj.t'et $10. . . : 35ij.6
\ F/ EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER to the complete exercise of theIr jurisdiction. TUIC SHERI"" '' 0. IIREYARD COUNTY, O. I). FloodUnknown . VII BlocH 10, ex. HW corner *>
JL.ot the State of Florida. : HIl...'.. addition to Tltuavllta. 3:1: 21 35; .! 2 81
for the ratification of theuld Joint
or _
ATTORNKTATLAWWill rejection Section 24.of Article V, of the Constitution
Resolution proposlnir Aiuenrtnwnt to the Con- of the "tato of Florida U hereby amended soa Us It known that t. H. LtV CR \\\VFORH N '4 of Block, Tltu addition ,
practice in the Court. of the 7th titutlou of the State of Florida via: *to read ae follow: Secretary of !!State of the State of Klorlda du to Tituvlle) : :31 21M: 170

Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand ARTICLE XXI. eRection"" 84. 0| on the application of a majority hereby give notlee that a Unknown . . l'art Lots 8, 0., and 10, Block F.. .

rents and accounts collected.TiTDSVILLB That of the registered voters of any county GENERAL ELECTION. IVa Dll "L" page: l1l0. 3 2'J: S3 3 eta

of tI.tOlhwing the State of KlortJa amendment.be, and to the the same Constltlou 1*, In thl, "state' the Legislature shall establish In J". A. CeiVmnn . *N; lOt( ft't't' Lot I. Ulook O.. ,\::1 :.1:1. : 3\: 34J.

r FLORIDA. hereby agreed to. and shall be submitted to tbe be such county court for each of of record.the said and courts there shad who" will Ite held lln UrevsrdCtuinty.Stale of Florida, A. Oolvmaii.L. . M Dart Lot I, Block 3 22: ;:IS: :a aiV '

i _-_________________ elector ot the State .at the (general .flection In ; hall one be judge a practicing' attnrney-at-law .11'\\ who on III Noreiiiber TiiBsivay, next A D aumteeillng 1IMM, tbe said the Tuesday lint Monday being A. Ooleman . .', VT ) rejection. ,
for
D. PENNEY, NO.'Dber.11K1f. ratification or hall be appointed by the uoveinor am confirmed the 't\ "H," page 311-& . . p. ,:;3i22., 33 0 4J: '
A Section Six of Article Eight, of the Constltu- by tbe Senate end who shall hold bin H. a ., ,
tlon of om... for four years.illue annual tinltiry of the YauII\IHlh.g. '. '
the State of )Florida I. hereby
,1\ ATTORNET-AT-LAW, .o a* to r'i -... follow i amended judge of iialil courts had be paid quarterly, by EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. lam\V . ;., AV of totl a ami 4, W subillv. -
the where auoli court Is. established and )
county : oM Block V Dm. DliV : ;
Section 6. Tbe LDplHtature shall provMa for hall be a* follow: In counties nf lex than I For five (II) I'rssideniial Klmitors.Oi.e ,
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. the election bv the qualified elector of each flf ...... thousand, pcpulntlon) one thousand ....I-I 'a 1 lta|>re,"nt.>tlve of the Vnd Congrssonal *. .\ ," l11H'\I IS5. i .. . .II22k43.S I 13:

the county of fhe following county otHoer : lens; In counties of from ttfteen thousand VI.t..lot of I'lnrl.la.11I the Flfty-ututuCun-<<: Jlrs.J. i'. l'rlIt.: ., .. XII of luitl 2, W mibK. '
Will practice In all the court. of 7th I
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of the United State
thousand sixteen hundred groan
thirty population I old 4. Pen. I>l .
A clerk of the clronlt court, a sheriff constable for lovernor or the Slate of riortda. v. mode I
dollars in counties of ( tliiMiiand' to
Judicial Circuit. rom tidily I.
a county assessor of taxes, a county tax forty-nve{ thousand pulatlon. two thouswnddollar .. Seeretar, of State of the State nf Florida.n "nu" : . .-. :i 22a5. 5 17:
oollootor a county, treasurer. a *ui>erluioiideut Attormiy-ttenenil. of tlw State of "Florida' LIizl RIce ) Block . 3 1
*; and in counties' of III..... then forty-five .. . . Lot l ; Hiib-illv. 22J8.jj (
of public instructIon and a county surveyor. thousand hundred dollar roiuptroller, of the Stale of Florida.Treasn 1(1(
population twenty-four > 5Pc
., 11. 1Uce.[ i.-. X Lot 1, .
criauluud{ of Florida.
FROST of the State Utlk
G.A.. The term in toll of olflue motion, of hall all county be for officers four mentioned tMilmhed. ) and all this state court sliall of upon record the now ado.|*,"- '. 8uIH.II..len..f| rer. PUblic Instmrtlon of Il "Y," |>nJr 3lK .. . : 1 .0

ATTORKET-AT-LAW except. that the term of office of the county yearn tlon 01 this amendment. Imcome and be court the State of rlortdn.. E. ir. KloeUnknown .. .\i Lof2blociX5De8.PB,"

assessor of taxes county tax collector anilcounty f record a.. h-relu provided and all ofllonr* for Coinndisloner. of Agriculture of tbe Stateof I'"H' $,).. . . .. n 22 a 4i

Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th general treasurer election. hall in November be for two, liXM years at,wuloh untilthe cent of such of criminal such courts court and of discharge reiKird. shall the be dntluaand ottl- Florida.For One Juntlo, of the Supreme' Court of the . . X"Olt.IltsSandD.: Block. a 2 2 :

:, Judicial Circuit. election they shall l be elected for terniH of four reoelve the emolument of such until the State o' Florida for six years. Jeff' Cuyltr. . ; . . .'& I 22 1

\ year each and thenceforth all county otHoer expiration of their present term of office. I the For State Tliroti.luntli'us of KlorMn.For .. of the Siiiirrtna Court of G. W. Orlgits . Lot* 0 and 7, Block A.' Fisher'saddition :..

TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. nauieil this .Mention. shall be elected for terms Section, of Article' V, of the Constitution one Kalln>4d Commlsalnner for the State tit '1 tUlllle J. . 3j 2 (14

of four years.shall be Their prescribed power by duties law ami compensation of the State of Florida, la hereby. amended ao of Florida.'For ." Moore . SJa Lot 12, Jnynrrvllleadditionter ; V.
a* to read. a* follows: State Senator! for the Wtli Son.tor.... Dlntrlot "
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E. FOSTER"ATTORNEY.AT.LAW .1, ritiiauvllk. . .u. ,il 2 U3 20'
ITlorlila.' :
of the State nf
STEPHEN "Section SA. The Court of Record shall have forgone Member of tile House of Representutlvea }, . .. i Lot 1 and nil Lob 17, J"oyl..r"lle '., ,
ARTICLE XXII. exclusive Jurisdiction. of all criminal cases, notcapital. ) of the suite of Flonidh.For \rluore. ) addition Titua- '
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which shall arise In said county, anal b
That the following amendment to- the Constitution of all cans at law, In whtcn the duinaud. ., or SherllT.County.Jlld"" . . . 3 22 35Block 2 l
( Oyal-Upchurch Building, Jaz of the Htate of Florid be and the value of the property) does not exceed one tiiuuis- .' Clerk of the Clronlt Conrt. K. (I. Harris . :35 I Pint Hook I, para 805( 4 2 35 1
' same U hereby agreed. to. and shall be submitted and 1..II..no. and concurrent with the circuit .. : .
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" JACKSONVILLR, FLA. to the elector' of the State at the general court shall have exclusive jurlHdlntiou of i>roceuding > I'rosenutlng Attorney. E. O. Harris . / part Oov. Lit I, Des.DH 0,

election In lOO for ratification or rejection.Section .....la'lnlto forcible entry and unlawful .. Tax C/ounty Colleator Assessor ot Taxes. page 2S8. .. .... 4 : 8.: 3 at

detainer of land and tenement. County TraaMiirer. 1). Calrd . T.otM IV nnd (1 I, Morrow'addition '

8. BURNIIAM[ M. D. S of Article 13 of tbe Constitution is .' County) 8111"'rhlteI1l1&lIt of Public Instntntlon. toTlMiKvllle . . 4 22 35
.
TVJ hereby amended so as to read a* t\llloW"1 i Seel Ion SO,of Article V, of the Constitution;: I l
of tho tate of FhirMa I* hereby niueuded so .
Section VIII. Each shall he For County urvevor.Klv VAN T. WORLEY
county requiredto -
read follows
a. to a* i .. Commissioner ,
SURGEON and SPECIALIST Countv ( >
asses anil collect annually for the supportof '
public free echoi.l. therein a tax tor not less "Section 211. There stiall lie six terms :of the .. Tlnee Mendier. of the totinty lloatd of Marshal and Tax Collector.
Ear, Nose and Throat. three (.i) \11.. or more then seven ((1) mill on Court of Record In catch year Piibllo Iiistrnoilnu.
the dollar of all taxable property in the name For .h. tI18 nf tile i'ewe" In and for the follow _. ...
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WEST PALM BEACH, FLO KID.". Auction 2T. of Article V. of the Constitution Ing Justice j)1 trlot.. vial i TI -
of the State. of Florida. I* hereby aiueueiled *oa 'o, Ha, N" NIt No. :
Onion That la nalnlnsr Vmv.V
ARTICLE XXIII. to read* follow I t'Section 1 n II 1)1 MT THE TWO HORSE FARM. An
i JI: IT, .. The Auntrallun brown onion a*
R. nOUG TON'S That the 27. There hall be for each court ..
following amendment to the Constltulon II II 1.1 14 .
D of the State of Florida .be and the same of record I prosecuting attorney to lie named 4 II 14 IAft .. Machinery mill Mutnllon .>f ( rope shown In the cut '8 grown from seed

la shall be submitted the county solicitor,who stall lie appointed, by ID 19 VI" .. by tho Oregon experiment *ta-
thhe : .1110'.1 InrmlnA.B
f.r.e'.ftoth'.u: : :
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS!: to rttate at the general the Invention and I confirmed by the Bontte, and for Constable knit" fur thu followtnK-", rliat
who shall. hulil. office for four HI J. 8. NKVVMAN. E It I i. variety tbut In bocomlng
lootlon In November A. D, 11W4, for ratification 1e'II. compensation trlut. vis i ) B..lth Clrolnl : 101. I
on' the )eotos," or rejnotlon. shell be fixed by law. >n. No No N
Section 1* of Article V. of the Constitution flection 28, of Article V, of the Constitutionof i H II id ana One milD wltli two millet Cnn do .
NOW..oN THK INDIAN RlVKIl. the State of Florida. Is amended. T rj: ITa ..
hall be. au4 Is hereby amended .0" to read a* hereby .so .. mor bt-Uor work )III
H in i PI"'l1I'hll
*
lollowsi as to read as follow: Imo ;
4 II 14 1a ) Innd than two men with .. Wiwisa :
Sootfon 18 The Legislature organise In Section 21All ..offence vriahle In the courtsof 10 i,\ 110 ..
F.E. BUCK, snob counties as Ifnmy think may proper county record shall be prosecuted upon Informationunder InTeitlmony Wlmreof I have hereunto plow Ont> ninn riding n Dowlli inn _
court*which shall jurisdiction of all case at oath and way I lie filed at any time, set my hand. .and nted the tinsel chine cult do more Work anal ( It bfttor .
Uw. in which the demand. or value of the property whether. the, oouit I I. in session or not, by the [L. S.J) s<>al of the state nf Florida, at Tallahassee
Stockton & Budd Building/ JlalnwSt., Involved shall not exceed live hundred dollar** county solicitor, but the grand jury of the the Capitol' this the tint day thiin live nu>n with ftrnn' si-ythcs.

Jacksonville. ..Rooirts! in, 17. of proceedings r'latlnv to the forcible entry or circuit court for the county In whlnn said. court September, A l>. 11M" By using II doublo teiim without In-
i>f record. li held, Indict for often... I
Unlawful. detention of land and tenament and may tri H, cLivcmwFonn,
DENTIST.: I of misdemeanors and tln,1 appellate juriadlotlon able I In the court i.f record. Upon: the finding Secretary or State crasJnl the nrtl under (111\'ntol.

in olvll cases arising In the court of the of such Indictment. the. circuit, judge slmfl To J.l'. BROWN, Sheriff of llrevarri County. twll' nil much will I I. Ild.) ftvlllable
commit or hall the "aooused for trial In the court
Crown and Bridge Work justice\ of the peace.'PIle .
of reciird and. the county solicitor of laid court to pliint root, while its ciipnclty for

Porcelain Inlays, trial of such appeals may be de novo at the shall. Immediately file therein and luf>rmatlon JERSEY'S NEW SWEET CORN absorbing anil holUlntf molHturv I la
option of the apiellant.| The county judge shall !bawd upon such Indictment upon which Information : I
IIIjtt-cla; Plate work. .be the judge or the county court, and shall be the caused ball be tried. qundi'upIPI. tliiit dlmlnlMhlntf the risk

an attorney at-Iaw. The> Voorheesi lt.d-An Ie>t.retta. of Injury to thus crops by either Meetm-,
"Section' 29. of Article V. of the Constitutionof
There shall be elected by the qualified elect the State of Florida, hi hereby amended soa I Result In Corn Breedlnir.New ive riilun or ttuminer di-oiiRlit n nIl In.
FOLEYONLTfARjs or of said county at the time when the said to read* followai
Ilrunawlcit N. J. rlmcntii
judge, Is elected a prosecuting attorney for said -I2zp turltiK larger crops of bt.tl r quality
's1ldrisi ..,.. ._ 3. ....... court who .hall hold mice for four year 'Section 21). There shall be no county nourfIn In croHdlng sweet com IX'KHII at the at reilin- font-of jirotlnctloa.
HI. Untie and compensation shall. he prescribed. any: county' where a court of re jord la es
by law. 8110)1) court my be abollsned as tbe tablished.Section. New Jersey station lu 181)8: with five Not only 'U thm triio but Instead ofdocniunsiiui

UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF pleasure of the Legislature.Provided 80, of Article V. of the Constitutionof varlellnnt of All, Stabler Non-",- lu fertility, tin la 111111 "IITJA LEA. BBOWM OStOf.

that all county judge holding said the State of Florida I I. hereby amended. so Jl81't1l. EimiUan, Evergreen and Black tbe ensue with tile one hoses fnrl, lu flavor somewhat
office at the ratification all to mad a* follow t oven shape
of tills
MEDICINEW&WSf I I amendment shall >Iexlcan. While there was presumably Itnl.
mid and
rotation ilerp
continue In the a long
exercise of the duties thereof jllJclou. maturing ourly, a
'Section! 30 The clerk of the conrt of record
M IDle I lIE-DElI TIlT IT-P H* 1M Act according/ their respective tninmlsslon and .ball be elected by the. electors'
until their successors are duly qualified andprovIded in which the court Is established, and slmll bold was most atTundant between Black: capacity of the two homo farm I la annually I.
I In further that
Laboratories when
Mod
rn charts ol.peclalUta. any county court .
office" for four years and bin compensation Mexican'and In 181M\ Black 1\'mmcnde.
EkTptinn.
.
I Clinics.I ball hereafter be established. In any county In law IncTi'MWHl. A three year system,
( Quls System. Superior shall be fixed by The sheriff the county Th..o were sown In
Bwlilda uacliing la our own Hospital.FordgtsiliMnnfWmstton.wn this hold State his office the and county perform judge of the."duties ld count of Indire shall ,hall. be the executive olllcer of said court I this Mexican and Kgyptlan were selected of rotfitlon In which cotton, corn email Date of vowing Jan. 22; date of b.a
duties and
fee shall lie fixed law.
by There
for further breeding. was more
> THE PROCTOH.
of the county court until hi. term of otti w shall grain pen' and norghufti cotmtltiUe ing March dato of

expire. Section SI, Article V. of the Constitution of mixing upon the Egyptian than the tbe prlnclpnl niny l bo.made to 24 21 049 har..Uni D.
the state of Florida. I I. hereby amended *o a* Mexican enn. There were all graduation .rop. ; yield .
to read a* follow i combine profit (lIlt! profr"llvc Improvement -
ARTICLE XXIV. between! blue and purplish grains '
The! Largest and Most Com- Section' at. All' rule nf practice governing of the soil. J'rod.lies Fr.m lam 1..1

That the following amendment to the Con. the circuit court shall 'Iw applicable Sun scukl kill thousands
to the
loleta Establishment South. stltutlon of the State of FlorIdA be. suit the ; : notation *nsrrt; *d. Del
cairtsofrecordand
all law
relative criminal
to
same Is hereby agreed.! to and shall set trees. The wind also whip
IK submitted
court of record shall I apply I to court of The followluif rotation combines ten1
GEO S. HACKER & election to the In Doctors 1UO4 for of ratification the State at the !general record. Changes! ef venue may lie had from a and soilrenovation unmercifully unleH supported.
SON or rejection. court of record to another court of record or money erol") form*" crop JI
birds
with _ _ _
That Section Wof Article 9 of the Oonstltii. to the circuit oonrt of another county for.the : tw
tlon of the rttate of Florid I* bereby amendedso samee4auuesanlunderthe law providing for Field on stone by
First Year- ((0) twenty *
M to read a* follow t the same 0"88.11011 under the law providing ac.
for ehangln. the venue from the circuit connof cotton Field (b) twenty com driving two
Section 10. Tb. credit of the State shall not one county to the circuit of another county .crl ,
h* pledged or loaned lu any Individual coinpany The lnv..rnor may In his discretion, order the and pen*. Field' (c) ton acre amul abnrJenetlltrlf1

corporation or association [ nor shall the circuit" JiKlge having jurisdiction of thy circuit grain followed by pen; five acres 01 .
State henume a Joint owner or stockholder in court of any ....unt., te hold a siieclil term of atnnyIl of
any company sHooiitlon or corporation. The a Court of record of such, county for the purpose 5A .orabnm 1..acre P"11 and bol crop*.
Legislature shnll not authorise any county city of trying care tn which the judge of the court .-Field (a) corn amltx-H,. the tree. a *
borough township. or nf record be t..4IIJ In
Incorporated district tu "' disqualified. tartle to any shown tln
become a stockhol'ler In any company association routes at law In a court of r..cord.hllll have (( ( ) Imul.araill. followed by* p *a*,
or corporation or to obtain or appropriate. the same right to trial, by judge ail lltero nr sorghum bog crop Field (c) cot cut. tying a bit
money for or to 'loan It* credit I to any corporatioC. by referee as may exist under this constitution of cord nlj'iut
association. Institution' or IndlvlcluaTc ox. or the laws In reference to case In olr- ton.Third
pt that tho Legislature may. author* municipal null courts or m.yII the JD'lc..f the court of Year.-Field ( ) grain! followed !. the top. ndvlMe
corporations to relieve from municipal record lie qnallned, transfer the cause to the I ImRI American AgrlcuJturlst. .
taxation I for such period of year a* to the mnoIclpal circuit" court of the county In which inch court by p ttlt$, pu. and '
authorities may seem proper any manu. of record may' be. boy crops. Field (b) cotton (c) .
) factoring enterprise that may locate within the This guards -.' f ,
1)i aid' municipality but no such exemption shall faction( W, of Article V. of the Constitutionof corn and peas.U 'V-r
be for a looKer period than fifteen year the State of Florida. Is hereby amended so will that In thl rotation Against both ;. .- ,_ "..
MANUFACTURERS OF b oblrve
I I is to read a* follow 1Sectlon i land sun n ml wind' ,
*> .
Sash .' 32. Court of record shall be abof c'ltIYt& : and the tree '
Doors Blinds. ARTICLE xxv. lshe.1 by the Legislature, only upon a petition bal buuitis supplying rDOyatnJr TUCK
will I have a .mCLTE'
of a majority of tbe registered voter of the c each
That the following amendment to the (Consti Bounty, where such eourt I I. established.ARTICLE erop year. better fbnnre of getting .tpisthrough
& Material' tution of the, State of Florida
: 1 Moulding : Building be, and I* hembv. BCOMO OKKEOATIOir or MKXICAX OMXOMTIAN. H_ Crops. mtwl
agreed to and shall I be : be elector I the critical *eu ou. Ttljprutectlon
of the State at the : :.'rlr.tr..f: : In Novem Sweet potatoes, ground pea, oja fut .
Office 4; Warerooms King oppomteCannon << Can be on during the
her luo*. for ratification or rejection. >
Street.Cl1ar1cston XXVII and those nearly aa dark a* tbe typical bean, artichokes, rape and chufs are winter and will prevent effectively Injury _

Section read 8 of foilowetSection Article XVI shall be amended. so That. the following amendment to Section an, Mexican. Many were of a pink or classed a* hog crop*. These are to be from rabbits mice etc. Renew
a* to a*
S. C. Artlale III. nd Section 24. Artlrle III, and the color. of 1WX .
NIle During tbe season gathered by the hog* under mavabre
B. The Legislature shall provide for repeal of Section II, of Article VIII of the Con.tluitlon often a* necemuiry until the tree baa
the speedi publication and distribution of all of tli, State of Florida he, and *r* attention wee given entirely to tbe fence, which are easily made with cable pawned the, clunker i> rto
[ Sash 'Weights Cord am law it may enact. All derision of the Supreme hereby. agreed to,and hall be submitted to the cross of the Mexican upon the Kgyp- hog wire by nailing of plankto
Conrt and all law and judicial decision electors of the state at the general election to Irt.
shall. be free lor publication by any person. I be held. In No..n."r..A." U. lIMit, to-wlt: I tlan. rink tmln were selected from the pot and tle wire t I'rolll !. for**. c......

Hardware Hut no effect judgment nntil the of the Supreme Court ..hallltake Swtlon" U. article III, of th. Constitution of the creased kernel and planted. The the plank. To move this tbe plank, wIt The Imrdy, .'utdlpl on rich soil will
of the
In
opinion court tbe fttate of Florida, I III amimlad eo a* ears thus without exception 1 rolled
hereby frown were the wire can >0
such case shall be tiled with the clerk of saId to read a* folluwiSection attcbe prmliife more fnru-epoat per acre In

[Window and Fancy Glasf court. remarkably uniform In the mixin. carried t plot to b inclosed. a shorter time! than any other sped.
20.! The Legislature hall not
special or local law In any of the following pas ennnuirared ; of the white, black and the pink or The post are react at same dlsv Hotne catalpa plantation In Kansas

A SPECIALTY. ARTICLE XXVI. easethat I* te, say regulating the roM colored: Kraln. The pink grain tapar a* before and the plank bare pnld' II p.r cent. compound Inter-
jurisdiction "and duties of class of nflicors.or make the whole
any a considerable part of
thIs
..' .Petition I. of Article V. of the Constitutionof fnr the punishment of crime or misdemeanor outnumber r.nl1 t Uler. By means pork cut on tit lit nil nnd labor In..tf and
the State of Florida. I* .hereby amended so except for the enforeement of special. local and taken with the darker grain grown very cheaply without re- $10 an acre per annum nl.ol

as to read all follow) ; law regulating the practice. of oonriso fhmlcet' the white one*. The ear, as the corncrlb. Ten acres shouldbe
providing for changing. venue of civil and en'to of twenty year Till I Is muchgreeter
Section 1. The Judicial power of tbe State to the ntunbcr of are near an I
criminal ease divorce grains Bermuda ) .erril -
changing
granting grass Income thnn the
;
..++*.**.....+..*.*..*.*...* hall be vested In a Supreme Court, Circuit the name of ;persons; vacating roans; summoning average between those of the parent .o..a..I.11 ant average return _
for
Courts Hut former
Courts Court nf Remnl, County and grand anal .petit juries In alfalfa from agriculture.- Clothier.
Impaneling
: : County Judge and Justice of tbe Peace.ftnrt and providing for their romps tsatliin; for sac rarietie In the shape of ear num- permanent pasture and tbe latter for L
eeement and collection of taxes for state and her of of there There I I. more catarrh In this section
row and size /grain
Ion 5. of Article V, of the Constitution. of green for hay. A few acre
for IJln/ of all
and the than disease
county municipal purpose; openingand
country
I the nf Florida U amended so toread baa been decided blending of tbe otle
State hereby ae
conducting elertlun for StaIn and eoffntyand In .. gras wilt complete thepasturage and last few
put together
a. follows: for parents. unti
officers, and the two
IF TOt RECEIVE A SAMLPE i municipal of the sale oT designating real be for permanent use a* this) year wan supposed be Incurable.
"auction 5. The Sniwwme Court shall have place* voting; for rutste Tbe mat IIIastratM five t
station ban
appellate Jorlsdiirtlon In all eases at law and la longing to ,minor.estates of dependent*. and of :. I> arCt' when Itermuda !I. drmnnt Kor ev great many year. doctor pro
: COPT OF THI3 PAPER equity originating. In circuit court*, and of person. laboring uniler legal. disabilities" ; r.gCi selected ears of this cross ranging In own thickly (part In pounced It local illsense, and prescribed
ding the fee of officer of lbs State or meaty I
appeal. fraiu the circuit court In canes.ariaIng : number alxteen.
$ IT IS TO J before enuoty judge In matter pertain. innnlclpclltlgiving effect In Informal or of row from eight to broadcast, 1. the best winter 'ooat remedies, and by constantly falling

Inc to their probai J urttldlrtl..... and In tbemanatrnneae Invalid" deeds nr will; legitimising children Three are bore shown beginning with gm *j. 10 cure with local treatment prOouncedII

of the eotate of Infants, and In providing for the adoption of eblldnto; rellrvIng the /eight row ear. A at tbe left; II. Inc-urable. Wclence proven catarrh
KNOW THAT .
TOU
LET : canes et conviction of felony" In the _r.. of : minor from legal di.ablUtl.s1 .and for tneMUUiliahment & Your ICIdnoyn
Neelect to b constitutional disease and
C fair 10R' a
record soil In all criminal cane rltrna&lnlC la of ferries.flection ten twelve. The latter i la a thee

: WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO J the circuit eourt. Ike. court shall have the 21, Article in of the Coestftntlnn of average in all renpecU of tile product. or they will loon aodermlne'your liealth. tore, .renalres constitutional t..tment.
to issne writ of mandamus certIorari
power Catarrh
: the State of rinrida. I* hereby amended to M Tbe very thorough even mixing ot Thou backaches swollen feet faU'1 cure,
: BECOME A SUBSCRIBER; pronthitkm, quo warranto, habeas eorpna. and tad spots A Teledo
Cheney Ohio. I the
.. read a* follow: ; *
..1..1'* necessary or proper.. the computeexercise to the color: In all the ear without exception before and thegeneral C
especially
: nt Its turlsdietlma. Kiett! of the |ovtteee your eye only core the market.
MthM 14. Tbe Legislature ball establish U cnlttutonal 0
: shah have to le... writ of habeas shown In the ...IOP..a.J"urtbfto oat la the It }. In
power uniform yeteos of eonaty .............t. It I worn feelnl momlnl.ae loternaly dol from 10
:. to any 'part nf>the ftiat upon petition shall oJ -vl... muslclualltu. <|, Into elans' ** nf not eXpermenwUb tbrwt rarletie sure sign of drop to a acts directly
by. on 1-half of Cny person held In actual more baa f..r.00 tne beStS of .......I.elon. It throughmccea-lre bare t.pnful
seAsOfl1 bucbu cleanse the blood on the
:custody, and may make *ncn write returnable' shall wtabllelf for**.,li elaM a. UnIform nswim wafer bold np surfaces nf
before himself or the Supreme Cnart or any of govre eet; It shall .provide for the re-in-i I resulted In the newly announced Voor- the wall of the !., the system. They ole one bundr..t _

.......................... when jestleetheninf not returned, or before to she any flaprrfM elrce.it JoJge.Court,and an rporatlo of each now exIsting innnl lpalltyaaxl : I hen sweet corn: pink wh a picked rernoTlnz the cause and the pain with It. dolar for any can fall to CUf.. _

appeal to that coon thai) always lie ,.. Inrorporabnt for the! corporation municipality nf eseb Into lone hereafter,,f ,,,.-t', green for cooking and red when ma- ",1 at W cent a box by the Red Crol'IharmaC1. clrcnlar and testimonials, Ad.

Section II. of Article Vt. of the-CotMtltuUo- tla.se and asw relating to tbe creation. turs..k Tltusvllle! FL*. dress, F. J. Cheney & Co To1Ilo. O. _







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4 .EAST COAST ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 9, 1904. ,

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-" t *li *mF*** I '" -
? i bays full'pomplled l with Chapter OKDutton .... ............. II 00 iAxx&. FMTCHAaD. Presidents WM.'){. BKowir, V oe-President. '
ers
BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS- )( Ii: .... ............. :8S 95 % '
J EAST 'COAST ADVOCATE. '4747 N*. 6I, I Awe ot Florida, entitledan N O Jorgensen ................. S 85WC.rl. \TIKBTOV S. BaANNINe, Cashier. .
: SIGNERS. "Acl 'HCriblig, the methods of ob- ..,n ........ .......4. uo
taming biCl'rnits sell Liquors, Wines J () Fries survey roads................... 2e /BO
: and to on motiouIt EO l>0t BCo lumbar... ................. 811'1 INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Beer In certain caers,
1 "'.WMULT JOOaAL BBTOTJSD TO TUB VKVKIr- The meeting wan called to order' by Is tt> otdered that permit do Special Road Fund DIs.No. 3.KKBwInnnn .

OPMBKT 0* TUB IMDIA B.ITBB, LAM the Chairman on the Gth In... Present: iIItriOr. : road work.............. 1813: ,
WORTH AKD IOAT1IB BAT e10TIO... lit Issue to (he T"x: ColUctor. of Brevard Kaiilerooii. ..... ... .... M 50
J. R. Walker, DIAtrlct1.; J. R. Mlot., County, Irkrricl, to ferns State: and J W Naylor ", .... .......... 1500RHsrn'on COUNTY DEPOSITORY. '
2nd District R. IDg, Itrd Dl. County i/eenaas> the said petitionersfor >. .... .. ....... lit /511NMKiHh j
PUBLISHED" XVKBY FBIDAT.i trlot; J. C. Jones, Jtb District; and J. F. | to .. .............. 06 00 Authorized capital $1OOCOO
... the fbluil 1 10D5.i {) .
year
A B Dixon ..... .... ills
i Bell, 5th district; A. A. Stewart, clerk; HKendry .............. 23 aiN ; Paid up capital S25.0OO I
I CB .L.' H. WALTOM, Editor & Pu IINber. J I*. Brown sheriff. X fen..raJ '"11111. A Chauucy H .............. 1/979 ...c' Average deposits, $200,000
Minutes were read and approved. i ,1 R Wallop Co Com and lulleaga.. 4 00 AUynll ......... 21 oil
Discontinuance of a lvti.. mnit be made pe. On motion convict Frank Green Is ordered J. K.Mint ,' ..' S HI l Town of Cocoa prop of 1008 levy......... 219 4ti I
John C. Janes. *' (00 Road Fund 1)1.. No.' a. i
ally st.hls ofllce or by writing. turned over to D. W. Monroe & '.. .. mm Special Transacts General
.1 JT Hell, Banking
? Co., at $ly per month. llAOonKu( H e 12: tU) J T Sne'l Soot contract.............. ... ... 100 00 al f
road work IT 00
Db.ok,etc.,.0..,., be mad payable to CuA.rn.LK Report of Tax Collector of polls collected A"A itt.8f.Iot. aOQnttnutnt ..\... a''\\I i 11 IW. :N Town M Flab of Kuu Gallie prop of 1903iery...... M IS

t. WAUrolpnbll.her. '. during the month of August .t rep\del n tor taxoa pub. Cuts MelUouru '. M .. .. .... 130.U; l w Business. !

amounting to #4 was received. TPDrowt', I'Ilnr. .'. *. oil. Special Road Fund Die.No. B.JT ,
nIn wrltiiin to> the A4,wx' >>T x fur Inform Report of Tax: Collector and Count. ..'. .... j tl 1a 000re1a. .. ........'... "xii Waters road work... 47 1)0K ) Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.
collected the < /AM e* Bwwart tools eto ::: :::::::: ::: : 28 TO
licenses during
tlonoi my kindtliewrieer will oh1tl/.benol.- Judge of ValtlnfronCnCuin\ 4 iw 11 H Cookllng- shell... .. ............. as 70 Kxqhange: bought and sold on all Koruign if
,tags itanipml-aUilreuied envelopes month of August and amounting to fS: A D P .. 'i received. Electric ClKht .. .. ... ....... 14 IKiWH w Game Warden Fund.' i Countries.
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county was received Nor..,..... Sag"') 011108' KIV l exp.,...... tt (no T A Robinson game warden ... ....... to 00 ( -- "
IE BOSTON OKFICt-Till* EAST OOASV ti)vonOATS : The Treasurer's report was turned 1> l.H..IJI\I", Aaiury) rros Atty. ..., .. xt inRHrowlt : Flue and Forfeiture Fund. .0 Pstronageappreclated. Prompt 'service pope I iv :

has opened an office at 4O4 Atlantlo.venueJ chocked up, and the warrants ) 10 INIt ,T M Sander crlru J P ct. ...... .. .. I"1HOItronHon 4581 treatment,unit every favor condiment with conservative I I
which will be in charge of Mr. ClaudJ. over by him with his report were destroyed ; A Ke"'{, ferr>iit.u .. .. mno ". pro.. ..... ........ 1 116 banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS ,
1' ton .,. '
Bon Mra K Ly,iiii, |i an per 10 oo .. .... .. "
) by Messrs. Conkllng and Bell .. ft/ oo If DHCarleum !' .. .. 00 l : J
I .Walton. The Treasurer had his usual certificate 01 Currlaitnry Henry HWiuait. .' 10 110HHaKlii J Uruwn ........... .... 83 78/ Phoenix National Bcqk, N. T.. Empire Ttuxt I
attached .' .1100 1)I.Oaulden con"lo less en.. ct..- .. .. 3" JJ Company N. Y., Atlantic National Hank "ofJacksonville I
to his .. .
all communications to deposit report.On .. '* A Fr.wtJ"t'Hr.wncrlmpro" .... ..... a 00 Jacksonville, Flo
SOUAIMirt M f f'riTUSVILLE
Address motion the Supervisor of Registration JLewU, .. oo ct... .. .. ......, 4730 -
: ant
EAST COAST ADVOCATE : ) n .. .. ... ... s. 15
{ Is allowed t. per day for extra services Hall Taliri! ..ilR*, 8.N. : FLA. !
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} TITOSVIU.B.! FLOHDA.J. Arrest of W R a.iii* oo ct 1M OO ,
the late primaries Win An performed during
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M
orfin nn *coct ... 146
IIh..J. t j. |"ihrl. m. 10 00SamaotBgtirItla --- ----- ---- ----- ---- -- I
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of May and Jupe. oinmHneeo -- .. .. ...... 1:111II:
A 1' < 8. Department of Agriculture Widow's application of Adeline J. ., en iii. lc" IMP A A Stewart orlm pro coot ...... ....... 2101 THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO !I
heal for pension was approved. Lax Fralv" <> .... 11110 Feeding PiUener Fund. I

r Weather Bureau-Jupiter, :l rla.i Deed from Robbins itl/J| ."'' ...,. s A W"MIM. J l'JlroWJI feeding primmer.... .. ....'. 10730 .MAItUrACTUIlBIlS: AND DKALKHU IN-

land for county poor farm was/ received t.Kuujl e. .... 10 1111 On motion the Board adjourned to LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL-Everything to construct a house.
i I and orderedrecorded.. Albert 1'iX ...., HI (HIJ.mlHli
8HO I
first Got 1st : a. m.
The following is a comparative statement warren .. N 00I..rall meet Monday, ,
M.
nil of Justices of the Peace J.
and rainfall for the porta ..
of temperature tJjJltr" Jail bniiM. 100O IMI) .
week ending Tuesday, tiept." 0, 19O1. Sanders, W. L. Keefer and II. ,O. Jiron W iv Norv" >ud ekrre: service prl aleo. 100 (MlKahntii Brick, Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work, Brackets..
-1903- son was received.Clerk1 > jf Ur$limn (Jo land. for Dour t.r1l111110 oo OBITUARYDAWSOX Sash Door., Blinds Paint and Glass. Scroll and Cablpet Work.
-1904- *jury roll for State's witnesses J M Osbt\* UuuUnH"' .!... 117 fill) Nails and Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window
i, DAT*. MAX. IIN. MAX. MIR P I Hall i rbnr and innterlal .".. ....13 ouI Screens
'. at the August term of the county court. *.' Hall nfOvlntr Mtfii toclKeofllce. A ''*" Roofing and Sheathing Paper Masury's Taints and Varnishes.
August.SI ". 74 i'-' \H! 7UtJeptember. amounting to #89.HO was approved. J I' Hro 8(1( !"ti////. Report of E. B. Arnold, W. P. Arnold Weft\,{ f* ice'" olkfolll* ..a :si :M 24, 1)104) L. B. Dawson died of diabetes,
; A A rtev.n col y of mlleaire ./... /Ml -Yards at Tltusvllle, Eau Gallle, Fort 1'14l'eeand 1 West Palm Beach-
74'' and J. F. Farloy, road committee, markIng ADViMMTtfUlidolk.. oltloa 1775/ mel and heart failure.
1 80 'if 0:1: 71J and laying out a change In a public Ked Cm, t'h..r marl for pi!b. 1 HOJ <<
3 87 '7st I ':.. .80 78 rood from !Mrs. R. E. Minor's south rrltctiiu Uv Son .um..>lit. for.. jail... ...... 4 44K Major Dawson was born In Pratt

I :1 87 nf: ,, 1'0 70 fence" to bridge across Crane creek was A L 1)Bra'ty I'eiidVy' *tnntiiilty l+r,, CHK .. :II II":yn' Hollow, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1830; and movedto

,; 4 H7..771: 83: 74 received and ordered: posted acoordlnR'tolaw. { (J W Holv.I .. :a 00 Illinois some lime In the fifties. On Hodges <& O'Hara
0 87 771' 85 73 the will be H K a II"I" \ MO I
0 88'; '79. foI6 7J: Without protest same John H",,(' ... .... .. 1 '*) August 1,.IhOl be volunleoied In Co. O, .
G declared a public road at the October J I' Browp' .. ,. .1 /Wlv ) ,..Manufacturers and'Dealers, I
rainfall'for the week 1.87 .. .. 30th Illinois\ Infantry and rerenllstlni:.
Total : meeting. ..ltlr({ on no nt..M.. ... 8 ooa Rough
Departure from normal rainfall for the Clerk's report of tax: certificates redeemed .4 Urwn unit mim coot Jury. ,. 3879 served.his oountry,over four years. His and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.I
4 .
Wm Iflrtt|' rep| t<' jull in 30
week: minus .52 Inches Departure the months .. ..
or purchased during < 1100 rvKlmout/ had a notable history in that It Dresstd
j frjm normal rainfall ,since' January 1, of July or August was received and fllet (l'haeFulp'n ptflrir JHll '.. .. ft /BOTum uttered Orange Box Head, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
loss killed and
In
., ... ........ AnK a III'e4t"r
Ji office 8
minus .70 Inches.UAL. Petition of J. K. rtniltli et al.! citizens >lini n table trfliu
Write
frHylri.ti iiiiil "' nviir it ... 21 70 wounded than other of Mills\ and office located at Buffalo( Bluff, Fin. us for prices deliveredto
.,P. HARDEN Observer. of Grant, for public road was received, Mrs M LtinntMiiiMm: tvitltic on (pauper 'J Ail) any serving; west any part of the State. Address Hodges O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
and on motion John GoudAlu, Fred J V V>o<.tI'I i sump the amiMMuni notice. .. 2.111110' he Alloithnnies, except the Dih Illlnoilufuntry. I
-,- j I Goodwin and Frank HriiMi' MI-M appointee C P Plat,
a committee to mal k, view" and layout tJ.118-1. Fiind.,
.
OPPORTUNITIES
IN BREVARD of the tendered
service Its
: cuter by membeiH
the name. N At Fls)"locales for convicu. ...... .. 3 70 IF YOU WANT A...
of Dan H'o.in "I.! citizen of which the Major was. always .
COUNTY FOR SETTLERS. Petition et RO&I' fund 1>1.. No. I.

of Sebastlitu for change In public road, J W O.t>"r*sect of Contract... ........ '". aM 00 proud.lie!. .
wan received, and, on motion. Wm. //1M Ki lrfou4l Work tall moved to Florida In January, 1834
Sloan Ivy Lawsoq and J. L. MtenHon are W M Oflfltn hnlniieo ntriuit.' ... /An ill. .Building Lot
ll' It S.1 well'known that the Indian appointed, a committee to mark ;view Town (I.rlin.vtilu)" 1>rop of1.443levy... 170 MIlf experiencing relief from asthma and :

River orange it the beat in. the and lay out the same. >ail Fund Ills. No.2.: kindred Ills He engaged/ t'xtenshelylntl'uck i ,

world. This beautiful sheet of salt Petition of R. J. (LaRoche et al., ,cltl. JP I're'utt .m>t of QiM-niu July and Aug. 80 00 farming at the.Narrows, his home .
water, teeming with !lib and oysters. citizens of Canaveral and Courtenay for Towu of <,()u".* l prop| of la J levy ...... .. JIjI": "27 being/ on Gem Island.' or a lot with' a.BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,'

I and varying from two to six miles a public rood was received, and on motion Road Fund Dit. No.f. He known the East LAND FOR AN: ORANGE GROVE
along
J. D. Hams, W, W. Jenkins and lIoaao 1ierpdon *..ad-work ,... .. '".2 711 wan widely
wide and 138 miles long practically U"vltt-tt"ttor "> .'... ... In flu Cost of noble cltl '
an man Integrity a PLANTATION TRUCK
a PINEAPPLE or JARDEN
Horace Sams are appointed a coramttee hHIL&l a C..I..m..r.". ..,...... .. 4 Mi =| j i.. .. (
ly embraces Brevard county. It Is to mark, view and lay out the same. W r ArttoM road a on Zenand a-food husband and father In We probably have for sale just what are seeking. '.
where In the Report of D. S. Carlton cattle Inspector .1 W Ue)>n.lon .' It !4l you
f absolutely healthy any the domestic circle. He was a member
......
District No. U) received. Fee A 8".rcb"rlJwAre.1111palnt.' 510 Settlers Hocking In but still there I Is If
for[ was are room. you art-
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county. T A l>r l"# road work A 00 of O. M. Mltchel Post, Q. A. R., at Jack-
Petition of W. R. }toelloh, et al. cltl Towu of HAa( Ol He prop of ilXNi levy M 11
Perhaps the most flourishing Bens of Ban Gallle requesting the hoardto jI"I"01.rn8.. .. .. 7s 48 sonvllle. He Is survived by his devoted looking this way drop a line to ,

orange and grapefruit groves are place K. W. Durm on the pauper list, Road Fund Diet Mo, 4. wile; two sons and a daughter. JAS. E'. INGRAHAM Vice-president.. ,

near Titusville. There are at leas was received and lied. : K: O L:" D. Oo 1"1111"" .. la A8 Ills mortal remains was enterred at
Road committee's report of C. P. Stan Town of tlMiirtapropor I0l>3 i levy IM 34 FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY
,
10,000 acres of the very beet orange ford and S. D. Danlols, marking and lay. !, J W Kolglit riitii ware ,. .. MM I ,Melbourne, Fla Aug. 25, 1904. V.

land known as hammock or hardwood logout a public road between Indian Hiia'1 Fund. :No. B. ST, AUGUSTINE. FLA.

land, lying along the F. E. C. River and Railway I \ crossing, on Section W M .....1| r o afl" work... 21 37 71WWton FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRNTINo"remember

Railway, and within a 'few .mile. olTUuivUle line between Sections 17 and 21, Township 0 It 1'rllioll" .. 11 78/. the ADVOCATE office ,

the county eat, that 34, Range 40, was received; and,
without protest, the same will\ be cle -
can be bought from $10 to $35 per dared a public road at the October meet

acre ; and immediately west of Tl Ing.

tusvllle there are several thousands The Comptroller Is requested to allow 4)l r c

land the redemption of all tar certificates on 4Y Ynrr'r
best
of acres of the very pine ,
Lot 10, Block :20, ERU Gallle, at their face
lying high and dry, and all suitable value without interestand to collect the

for growing pineapples tomatoes, subsequent omitted taxes on said lot on

Irish potatoes, beans and other a. valuation of $25: without Interest

vegetables and all manner of citrus Resolved, that D. L. Gaulden, as attorney
,
for tho Board be directed and
fruits, which can be bad for from empowered to open negotiations with

$5 to $10 per acre. Mrs... Margaret Ooode for the rlght-of -

The orange groves around Titus- WilY of the public road through; her land
south of Melbourne, and that be be empowered .
villa average, net of all' expenses, to get'a deed of the same for I Home Cure JtheuntatlsmHot Ft .

from $500 to $1,000 per acre yearly. the county, or a dedication of the right.

Is there any land any where that of-way If be can procure same at a cost ', tolphur bath give relief at once, quieting the pain
excell this ?. not to exceed *50. r- of RheumBlUmandGout.. The anlphurtreatmentexternal
can But the most
and 'ot."awill tr both of theme terrible dieae sulphur
We hud good schools, churches On motion, all\ paupers are stricken be In such form tttnt It can be absorbed by the .yet.,.... The only preparation
From the pauper Hat. of.ttlphnr ever and everyadvantage-and cordially Report of N. M. Fish, general; supt. of ki... of irau*i* .

invite the settler-the man of meansor roads, wee received and tiled. Hancock's

the poor man-to come here and On motion, It. 1. Herndon Is elected I
siipetinteudent of the Poor Farm at >fir:
inspect for himself. There is a

A chance for the man who has energy' per Letter month.of &r, A. Stewart, referred to Liquid SulphurIt !;

and character and to the Hoard's ?
willingness attorney. ffaturt'* Ortattit 0......,.,..... Much a certain cure" that we "ptmranfM it \
work, for he can get! lands to. improve Petition I of O. A. Stewart:: et al oltl 'to cure .."c...m.. Acne Itch Dandruff, Ringworm Prickly Heat Dlphtherra.Catarrb 4ipjj.
one half for the other. seas of Tltusvllle, for a public roni was ,Cancer Bore ieonth and Throat Cuts and all dlaeaKa of the ec.lp. t
received, and on motion, R. !M. Single- for gal* t>v nil rtliabi druggitl
We Invite the settler's closest inspection ion, J, u. Oabun and J. O. Fries are appointed Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Ointment

and Know he will find our a committee to mark<, view and rrt>nre out the same. riles. KouchneM of Face and Hand and all Skin DtieaK, .
representations perfectly correct. ay Writs| for booklet on the curative and toilet uses ofaulpbur.HANCOCK 1 ,
Bond contract) of Henry Carllle for
Come to Titusviile and nee for LIQUID SULPHUR CO., Baltimore Md.To .
oOlltraot::fo.I: wan approved.

yourself. .. Ou motion. Commissioner Conkllng .
---.-- 1s appointed a commit to confer with -- -- __ ____ ______ __ _______ __._______..u___. ____ .______
IN St. Petersburg every precaution chose interested In having Inlets out at
several points along the coast. All Inerestod fOLEYSIIONEYMmTAR] fOLEY5KIDNEYCURE
has been taken to save the
requested to confer with Mr.
are
l Czar from assassination at the Joakllng.. andGrapefruit .top.ttoe coutfh. .kad. h..l.luntf{ Makes Kidney end .Bladder: Bight

!hands of his subjects. In Japan On motion, the sum of $5 to ordered Orange --- -.- .-- -
the Mikado walks abroad unattended paid to Jackson county for making ateAt
f cane In payment of jurors and witnesses .j:
in the security of the love of
J? B.\ililmarL & Co.
before grand Jury.
his people.. On motion the following 'bonds to .

6 In all this read the pistols R. E. Mur
we may story carry were approved: Growers !
261
Washington St )t NEW YORK
f Ed. W. B. Davis J. W.
of war from the inside. The coun. Murphy, us Murray Street. f N. Y.
try and the government which are Barker, T. A. Feaster, G. deG.Schuyler:: : ,
1. M. Hudnall, R M. Singleton and T.
t loved by the people can never suffer
I.. Paine.On have budded In nurseries stocks and
\V'tj 100,000 trees now growing our varle-
while that people have life motion, the following bond to cary ties to #Ult all soils add locations where oranges and grapefruit can be grown Oranges Pineapples

with which to defend them. The F a- rifle was approved, It,, E. Barker. 'dome, trllOS! for snmmer" planting. But we want to call your attend to ,
of is never The petitions of R L. Motlow, for
government oppression precincts Kos 2&.4, and of W. J. Tuckr .

safes, _ _ for precinct No 0, and F. A. Lesley TREES FOR FALL PLANTING. v and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
-- for precinct No. :2, to sell\ liquors. wines, '

IT must have struck all thinking md beer In the aforesaid precincts In These! should Jx engaged now.. In order to secure yourself against dlsappolntm represent several of the largest shippers In your State. and wish to representyou

Brevard county, Florida were taken nt < get ready" to plant them. Our new catalogue, now ready, tellingall .
VI 1.et11o"
Americans as singular that the and It to the .satisfaction\ also. Give us a trial ihlpment. Established 30 years.
up appearing I abc\,t: tr0'... varieties<< stocks. locutions, cultivation etc., and you can have it
of Alton I). Parker of the Board that the aforesaid
supporters petition- for the ,.kIDI(. AVe give yon the benefit of :years': experience: and the best value -- -T
have made so much of the facts --., -. for yo'tr money to be hid, of any high class nursery In Florida. Nothing but the ,

that he is a man of irreproachable Application for Tax Deed. best In |Ita grade, and that Is not too rood for. you. All Inquiries cheerfully responded ESTABLISHED 187O.

character I to. No White "Fly -
a just judge, an exemplary

I citizen. When a mans has Under Sao 8 of Chap.-48M, Lawa or Florida.N M. Lane & Son
been nominated for the Presidency
OTIC!: 19 HEREBY: f IVK>f THAT HENRY THE OKLA W AHA NURSERIES ,
I ; of the United States it isn't necessary A HOJ/MKS! purotuuwrof Tax Certlflrato
No. 8 9 tUMU t 181.t lay of July A. D.IMI, ,
to direct particular atten. haS aled.nid, aX'ud.x onliM, snit 'haaDad.sppll.retlon 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK."
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Lion to the fact that he la honest | for to tens l In Mtuirdnno -
1 with lAW. Raid certificate inhneci O. W. CONNER Tangerine. Fla.
and honorable and has been efll- the foliiiwtnii iltHwrtbud property situated In ,
cleat in His ravurd county, Florida, to-wft: Southern Fruit and Produce'C
public ofllce. candidacy -- -
Southwest l" of touthwmt K of section 30, '

is his certificate of character. township The said 3J land.south being rang awMMed 36_al. toe daM of thanAnr Y'. I-I DDBBZN: : : : .

I.. of inch ovrtlflcaM In the name of A. (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)
L. CHANDLER. Unless laid c.rtlaateshsll be : ::: .: :: : :: t-.I.Iaroha.rl.1s.: : :: : : :
....._ .. t'L1 0 :B: S naI( :: : T :r3.
:
I I THE Indication are that the lsuconIIPEWlawtax deed will Issue c"C": : : .<3. :X... C> .
thereon on the tilth day of October A.D. 10O4Witneu
\ Trades Carnival, this in Jack my official liraatnre aid seal toll the Badges, Cbeoki, Door :Numbers: Stencil. Trunk and Locksmith Supplies. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. i
year
nth day <* Heptoinber.tA. 1>. IWM. __PPAIBINC OF GUVS AND:: REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY
nvllle will be bigger and better (Ct. Ct. Seal A. A. STEWART
] d Revolver and wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
I 1 Clerk; Clrvult. Court of Hrevaril ('"""t". Florida Gun ,t> parts keys: at
\, than that of last year. sa. HyO. BTEWAftr: I>.C. --( Main St. Jacksonville, FU. Stencil, Card and our quotations faml.hed on application. ,
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fII-.......................... .. 1,,' Eden ""''"' ':.Stuart.: ,"a ,GEOUG MARX. .
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:r: EAsT COAST NEWS.r family '... I. 1"V.L :Eit BEit: ..
Jules Knox" are away, on a Simmons I*clearing land on hlroet,

!'"1?" i vacation eta few wettks. place and will plant out pineapples. WHOLESALE GROCERS
1 s ****************)*** ot Jacksonville visitIng
: John Miller has J. H. LeTournean'alaunch Miss Walker Is .
f d'" nearly ready for launching. her re.all vet, Mr. and Mrs. Charlea

i $r Ne\v8V' Notes Contributed "bv Our Retlar 1 The children are looking: forward with Gutter.!: Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

Oorprf of East Coast CorreHponcleuts. pleasure (P) to the opening. of school II. W. Bessey has boon working: on .
i i next Monday. the mouth of the creek, deepening this '
oh"oDelle"dln to his marine railway.Rev. I
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..++.....+.+...../NN*.- +..- NNwhich NNNN.NNNN.NN Miss Reba LeTourneau went to tile St. "w; Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE.
r .I Lucia river, last Monday evening to visit W. T.Lane,of Sebastian deliverd -

", Melbourne. Prof. Rbebtnder will be about all principal the 12th,lost.and, with Miss, her Mesdamea uncle and J.his O.finally.fey and Miller. mad the two Methodist able sermons;'church'" from Sunday the, pulpit to large or WE ,CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.


; MoAlester as assistant i a calling expedition to this city and suburbs Congregations FEED'OUR SPECIALTY. e
of Jensen, last Weduesd.ty.The George McPherson and family havereturned PURINA
for the ADVOCATI
Subscriptions
A u- John Simmons putting up a bous
the of the East Coast will be from their summer outing at Seed Potatoes Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.jplig'Wo ,
, pink pager In Eau Gallie. Tbe bulldiug will be a parsonage is much Improved in lie Is be
", S received at the Melbourne Postofflce. two story frame structure and shows up appearance and conduit by the new Seabreeze.back In Stuart George says glad to solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable

well both from the river and land side, ., piazza which the Ladles Aid has. just i .. .J
., RICHARD W GOODE:. Real Estate Nntai' .
had built.J The Stuart Gun Club meets every -------
PubUo sad onvey anoer. Agent; for JKtn. G. F. Paddieon and family loft for' I .
vsrpool. and LoadonandGlobe.,and Hartford Thursday afternoon The boys are getting WIlY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS
North Carolina on Sunday lost. They IT. LeTourneau has built a wayiI South Rockledge.
Fire Cnauninoa. Companlm. Special attention along quite well, aDd do not fall to when you can buy the best !:jell-LoolE.In *
pale to; the; InMirenu ot noq-mKI..nts. will take a run through: the north and ( suppose I should say marine railway, i break the blue rooks. Tackle Bloch at nearly the same
visit the Fair at St. Louis before they belpg a ship earpontei' daughter), U Now Inl.e in the United
", HOTEL .lUtt.LEVUE-l\I..lbourne. Florida A return. haul out his boats. -, Our meat market 1 III running full time, : Rev and Mrs K. W. Hall spent lust price. and
li.. ltl>y winter region. on high pine land, over. and even If the striker do States Army Navy Departments.
looking Inillsn River Rats: Wand upward One of tbe largest congregations/ of Mrs. Thomas E. lllokatds and !Ir .-J., day night, Florida Thursday, with Mr. and Mrs Salmon. Examine them atPrltuhard &: S per da,. Special rate per. week or .eiwoi tbe summer season assembled In the H. LeTourneau were the guest: of Mr\ *. MI Ike. What care we; we get our Afrs C. Wllllfred and son, Raymond, the ADVOCATB oilloo. Tltusvllle. a
far E. M the
Write rate to :Madam CaDlIbell.l1"nager cow just same. .
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] R. W. Campbell,Proprietor"" Methodist church last Sunday evening. James Hudson, at. TlbbaU; last visited Mrs M. Trey, on Thursday last. \ -
The Rev. J. B. Hawk officiated. A full Monday afternoon. Neil Coaton. representing the S.. J
choir was attendance.. Sllgh Co., has blll.adqul\rteraatStllart., Mis Lindsay, of Palatka, is visitingher William Hindlc. i iS
We are having grand "eather-cool W.1'\ Wolfe has received a windmill,
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brother Mr. A. IX Lindsay.Mr. "
Tbe out solid of ,
got ; a car pineapples *
and comfortable nights. The dance given by the young men ol enamelled bath tub and fittings, and expects company COrl'JCI1'
one day this weak. and Mrs A. D. Baldwin visited TIN AND SHEET IRQN S
Homer la few Eau Gallle on Saturday evening: last, was to make many Improvements la .
Conkllng spending a
day with friends at Grant. aa usual a groat success telbourne his neat little cottage! thla fall. Mrs. S. Kltcblng writes from Warring' with Mr. and Mrs W. IUsbtlJ1 at Lotus, WORKER., "? I
,, was well represented by about twenty of ton, England that she arrived safely In last, Wednesday. .< ff
Mrs. Metta Mack and daughter Edith, her fairest daughter: and stalwart sons. The Litdle Aid Society of the Congregational : England!: and that she Is having an on- Quite a largo party fronvtogjlowei Plumbing, I'umpV'ork.' Pipe P'lttlI1A.; i

,v are at home after a visit to Kau Oallle. Dancing was kept up ur.tll a late II( ur. chare! met with Mra Le- Joyable vtatt. She wishes to be remem. hammock: took in the play at Ci W! >., last 1UON'STORAGE"
OALVANIZKO
rourneau, last Friday, and transacted an
t. bered to her friends on the East
Miss Lena Conkllng./ of Till man, was a many Friday, evening ,
business.Mr.
Immense (?j)amount of .
title Coast of Florida.Foreman MADETO
pleasant -visitor In Melbourne, MonVlay.J. A ttoj's Wild fur Life. Mr. and Mrs A. D. Baldwin. and !tire TANKS OnDJ (t.,

and Mrs. S. F. Webb and children, Wilson has all the piling and Mrs It. It. Paxton,
A. fluke j jr., and bride arrived 10 J. E. ,Battler Your Is Solicited\
With around him to
last family expecting; Mra. J. II. LeTourneau and W. W. Luce driven and the cups on, for tbe railway Mr. l\noIMr. l'almQn.on;! Patronnge ;
Melbourne Saturday: evening, on a were calling on
visit to the Hoke family. die and a sou tiding for Vie, 18 miles to were the guests of Mr. and O. O. Jannocb dock. The planking that has been put Sunday.'Mr. COCOA, FLA.. >
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get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Waveland, last Sunday: afternoon.It on the pile. Is being encased with terra I e "
Frank Fee has returned from his Ialt! coughs: and colds, W. II. cotta and cement. Tbere is 15. foal of Phttilp I'Axton who hits b en I'

to the World's Fair and .other point; Brown of LeenJlle,Ind, endured death's will be good news to many, peopleon water at the docb. In St.: Augustine the--past four months,, PLASTERER.
well pleased with all he saw. agonies from asthma; but tbfe wonderful the river to hear of the return to Au- visited his parents, .Mr. and Mrs II. U\. BRICKLAYER &
l rqedlolne gave instant relief and soon kona of Mrs. Oeorgu: Rurnetr who lived Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Andrews and Ml** Paxton, anis now taking a trip down ,
Tbere will be nervine next Sunda yI on ted him. He writes:** I, now sleep here twenty year Mgo Mrs. Uurueit was Margaret Andrews, of riuclunatl, 0 arrived the River, accompanied by Mr. O. W.cbl1yler. -
morning In the Holy Tilnlty EpUcopn Like tin Wednesday evening, to upend 1\
I soundly very night, marvelous formerly Mlsa Louisa Ankeny.The '
I will be located In Kau: Oalll after 4+
church Rev. Day officiating.\ cures of consumption, pneumonia, few, da) IS looking over their new wluter

I Tuesday evening's train brought; home bl'onchltl.oou/ba./ colds and grip prove many friends of Mrs OIls her CdretlDwel. home, before oouilug down fur the non- Mrs. C. II. Magruder gave a pleasant July 5th, and be prepared to do all kind
much dimremjed to hear of
Mrs. C. T. Moltilde. and Master Willie its matchless merit for all throat and pain son They will\ bit tbe guests Judge party lat week. In honor of hues. Mary
ill Injuiy, and hope she will soon recover of work In this line. Write me for estlmattte. -
They enjoyed their visit to New York, lung: troubles. Guaranteed blulel/jQc/ Ilauoook while here: I ted w I no. Among the Invited guests,
fell lowu of atal,11uod
ao(1 100. Trial bottles free at Red She: a flight Mis. Joe Paxton and Miss Mary on your work. Reference If de
but were
\ are glad to be home again. sprained her ankle st> severely It had A large gang of men are at work on ,
Cross Tltusvllle. Fla.: Mrs A. L. thatch and Mr. George
Pharmacy sired. Addrens
the St. Lucie River between here ,
Many inquiries are now coming for tube encased In a platter cast, and will upper and duutihter.. .
furnished (houses to rent for the cumini: probably,lay bur up for a utoutb. and White City clearing tbe river of Singleton THO3. F. KELLEY .
logs, trees, etc There IK a lai ire houseboat .
season. We need more cottages. Mel llia
Eau O. Fl.
Box 232.:
, Jensen.Mrs. :
bourne will have three good comfort I Mr. and MI'.. U. A. Hublusou left, and a snag boat In I he nu flit. Civil Cocoa.
able hotel this winter Monday mointng, for .a visit to tbe Engineer Frederick spent Tuesday with I

Woild's fair, and a tour through the tbe gang, giving directions as to the '
Last/ Saturday evening Captain Claude Brewer left,last week, to spend a western states. They expect to visit work eto.Fishing. Hodgson Bros +
Beaujean took tbe following party to few weeks in Daytona. Mexico also before returning Miss Several of our townspeople have gone
Eau Oallle to attend a dance at McMll Robinson will\ remain in Jacksonvillewith for sea bl'RIIIII a favorite pas. north on a vacation, but they will soon EAU OALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. t "
Messrs. Scbuyler and Paxton, of Rock time with the railroad boy. One ,
lan's ball: the Misses Mattie HokeVJes; her sister, Mri. F. O. William., dm- party return.
ale Ooode, Helen Miller Alma Martin ledge wore pleasant visitor to Jensen log her parents' absence. landed 14 bass In 30 minutes; they tip will hold his I Marine Railway. \
Rev. W. F. Shoemaker
Allle Nicholson, Mollie| Nicholson Mr. last week. ped the scales at 8001b) !. If there are M
regular services the ltI. K. Church on Geueral Merchant and Ship: Chandler
C. M. Mrs Theo. any doubting: Thomases who do not believe
Betujean, Christian R. R RIoou leave this week for Indian
Mrs. Carter Messrs. E. E. Johnson Jno children Jiuckleu'a Arnica Salve. this they can come to Stuart and next Sunday morning and evening/ Ills .Special Facilities.' ,
; Springs, Ga., where one of his / services held on the second l! and !
Nicholson, Charlie Meade M. Salano is 111. worldwide haul out a few Ash for'' themselves. We are and 1
marvelouscures. Repairing
quite Ha fame for 'fourth Sabbath of each month. for Ua\lllngOut, Storing
Stephens: T. Carter Theo. Cbrlstiai It other salve lotion will supply the tackle free.
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snrpassea any
and J. Gard. All a fine time. Miss. McClinton; daughter of Dr. Mo- I The> mart Set a comedietta at Yacht and Launches. ;
report arrived ointment or balm for outs, corns, The St. Lucle River Bathing Club held gave
here last week to
Clinton spend
several week with her burns,.boll., sores, felons, ulcers, tetter, another meeting on Friday evening, and Cocoa hall, last' Friday Clevelaal night/ to a very Mention the ADVIMIATB when wrltlnc. I'j'
Fearful Odds Against Him. parents. nit rheum eruptions; Infallible for piles.Cure decided to build a pavilion on the ocean good audience. J S.: posed as J j
The Jensen Baseball team played the guaranteed. Only ::!l\c. at U6Id beach, about a half-mile south of the\ Jjrll Dash wood; O. K. Key a* Prattle-
Bedridden, alone and destitute Stroh: Fort Pierce team on Tuesday and the Cross Pharmacy Tltiuvllle, Fla. Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club, where thereIn ton Primrose; It. M. 1'nckaid as Squire Stanley; ICitching i
In brief was the condition of an old score stood 8 to 12 la favor of Jensen. a line beach for turf bathing. Geo. Uurlelgh; MI. Helen Singleton as Hose;

sailor by name of J. J. Havens. Ver- 'V. Thomas was awarded tbe contract to Miss Kate Eyer a* Hylvla Mis Vera Dealer In.*. f
sallies O. For he troubled Wm. Frederickon and family returned Ml* Clara Sanders
year. was Illbbsaa Mlnuellat'
the
.lo work. The Club starts cut with
I j I with kidney disease and neither doctor home last week, from North Georgia, Tibbals.Our a membership of 25'', a* Musldorn; and Miss Mamie Ilardee FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS,

f nor medicines gave him relief. At length where they have been visiting) relatives. its Arabella. Each!: one carried out their Tobacco Pipes, Candles Fancy Clilna'
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i he tried Electric Bitter.' II, put him on Prof. J. A. Ormond has arrived In Jensen part In u very oredltable manner.Georgiana. and Temperance {)rlnkl. y

\ his feet In short order and new he test]. and has been getting things: order migratory blrdll ate just beginningto He Could Hardly Get Up. The following brand ot cigars delivered

I flea: "I" am on the road to complete reoovery for the opening of our public school. turn homeward. P. II. Duffy of Ashley, 111., writes, at J.23per: box of 60 '

1 i+ kidney. trouble Best on and earth all forms for of liver st..maol fwd 1I1(1. R. D. Hoke and ber daughter: :Sir and Mrs. Geo. E. Andrews aud 'This Is to certify that I have taken two llumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos,

and bowel complaints. Only 50 cents Miss May,, have returned home after along laughters, are home again from Georgia, bottles ,of Folej's Kidney Cure and, It Cromo Gubanas I'obalxkl.

Guaranteed by Ked Cross Pharmacy. summer vacation, Mr. Hoke and and there are rumor alloat, that other ins helped me tnnie than any other. Mr. Chapman, of Artosla, was a business ,
r nedlclne. I tried advei lined FllnohCardsSlOc.TandMatiePalmetto: : t
t Master Jean are expected! home this nest will soon have their Inmates back many visitor In town Monday. ; .
; week. igam. remedies, but none of them gave me any Hats 200.BTUAKT :l .
. : h relief. My druggist recommended Foley's LaPare Barnett arrived Monday After FLORIDA
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Eau Gallie.SARAH The Rev. L. W. Sawyer leaves for the We sincerely hope that all bare found Kidney lure and It ha cured roe. lie noon from Ht.: Augustine to spend the .. .. ._ .
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I mountains of North Georgia, this week tbe summer as delightful l and beautiful lore commencing Its use I was In such winter with hid. grandparents Mr. and
on bis summer vacation. He will be as we.w'ho could not tear'oursolves away shape b that I Aould hardly got up when Mrs. Hlsoook\ and to attend school here. e

gone until Oct. lOih. from the most delightful. climate the once> down." Sold by lied! Cross Tharpacy -
C. HODngOV-PHYRiriAX( AXU- 8uaUBOM. globe. School opened Monday with Miss. Oar.
Eau!: Gallie Florida. The public school will open\ on Monday l Tltusvllle, Fla. rle Mendel' as teacher. All the scholars-

Sept 12tH, with Prof. Ormond, Rev. L. J. Sawyer left Wednesday were present to greet their new teacher, 1I

Dr/ weather for the past week. principal; Mrs. E. Hunter, Itt'assistant; naming, for the mountains of North Fort Pierce. and the prospect .are that we will have
Miss Edith Hunter, 2nd assistant. Tbe Georgia and Tennessee, au bill well A good school -
Alex. Near Is now In N. Yn enjoying term fill be eight months. earned vacation. So delightful ha our -

his holiday. weather been, be was loath to go, delaying Fred Thayer, who has been visiting t
the trip fur several weeks. Hl'v J. Thompson returned from his grandmother for neatly' two years,
:Mrs. Chas. Cole was Indisposed last
Job Printing. his vacation, Friday night. loft last Wednesday for his home near
week, but Is again about as usual., Tibbals has never been so gay a* In
the lust month. Interest In our Mrs. Oeo. ..Andrews of Eden, wa a Dellatteld, WIs. Fred was a IIIIOrJ: boy
W. R. Roesch is still\ pushing on the Club" continues unabated Its pleasant visitor In town on Tuesday. and made ninny warm friends during his
new residences being erected by Mr. Do not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATK doors"Country have wide week; stay here. He will be missed In both
every tu
Roescb, Sc.; office, Titusville, we do job out of town swung guests as well us its regul.ir White here City and Fort Pierce crossed clnirrh and Sunday School an be 'vrnsfnlHiftil a

B. F. Treat will open an oyster and printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply! and I membership and between times we stood bats 25 to h Haturdllll1.fterooon.10. The soui. attendant. .., .-.. .. -- .---.--,.-

and fish business for local demand In the expeditiously Letterheads, Notehesd,, hive enjoyed several particularly delightful \ One thing has" greatly puzzled the.hll

near future. I IHllheads, Envelopes Togs, and all other afternoons with Eden hostesses On Mrs. A; Hogg returned, H.tllrd"y'eVf" per of mangoes, grapes and guavas: this THE ANIIEUSER BUSCH
Tuesday, of last week. Miss Edna Baileyentertained nlng, from a victor' a few months at her summer. Throe clays of the week,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Treat are now clods. In honor of Minn Ruth Cook,, I former home In Michigan.Mrs. Tuesday, Thumduy and Saturday two
settled in their Eau Gallle house, ,r
cosily Paradise," on Elau Gallic river. of West Palm Beach at the 'lualdenuc A. ,A. Register left for Fayettovllle boats make rngulnr! trip, both ot* the Brewing Assa's.lamgesat.LouiK.g.5d.
WhiteCity.. of Capt. J. 11. Andrew Children of all N. O., Saturday, for a few months same day. On Monday, Wednesday and
Tbe E. C.,L. tit S. Co. have their large agts and sizes, with fond mammas galore visit at her farmer home. Friday we have no boats at all. Fre Bottled
schooner, Sunny-South:! on Hodgson's were there to enjoy thehospitality ) orders are received for fruit on
marinewaysbeing overhauled paint- A perfect afternoon Mrs. S. Geiger and children returned, Monday night, to be shipped by first ex B..r. ,
Our young people engaged .In a frolicon from Miss Edta, Mrs. Andrews, and I Saturday evening, frVin a few months, press. There was po time to get the '
ed. Louie' and
.r.A.
0" l<11> Messrs. ?
Saturday night their visitors, Mandamus Cook nn'd vUie In various parts of the State. fruit randy for the boats so the 7
Mr and Mrs. J, E. M. Hodgson were and Ruth of West I'JPlta'l Tn..ta'r R. L Mfttlow TIt..ntll..rla.
Mr. and !\Ira. L. P. Chrtatensen entertained er Miss Cook, Capt. Fee returned Sunday night, orders must wait unlit 11 It a
1 away for a three days trip la the Lizzie, a few fri-enda on Sunday after Beach, with delicious( refreshment made from his summer outing at hIs former appeals to u* that It woulrl be tnuofi better Br Mr. R.L. Mu.low'CUO'lIi.:: ris.
last week. They returned quite sunburned noon. the afternoon ideal. In the children'. also ', for nit parties concerned to have one
! home, A visit at the Wor (FaIr
!1 ,. content pinning a paper penny ou the U>st each day, Instead of two every JOSEPH ZAPF h htI
W. R. E. Mini ''inspected the colored Miss Carrie Jensen bas been In Titus- monkey's cup, with eyes bandaged, Ml,us Kiln Hankln, accompanied liyMrs. other day,
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school and also the new graded school Title this week, attending the teachers'. !gave Miss Hath Cook first prize, and It. Whyte left. Monday, on a visit .

"I building just completed (at this points convention. Ml s Martha Cason, of Arkansas, the. to Mrs. Klopp, at Stuart fur a few days. Shoe nf>IUllrh &r. Sole Agent. -

recently. The newsy pink paper ha* a great booby. Guessing thirty-six name ending Rev. Day, of SaD lord, will hold servicesIn '
many admirer. In this section of Bre- In "son" by the children of larger Ht. Andrews 010 to 020 West Bay Street
church Sunday
evening
Another marriage will shortly come vard county.Mr. growth" resulted In Misses Florence at 7 !tJ o'clock. All Invited.! I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair-
off in St. Paul's Methodist church. The Robinson and Bessie Andrews lying are cordially nir, and do not forget It Opposite JasPrltchard JACKSONVILLE.: FtA.

: contracting parties are prominent In Eau Arnold paid Stuart a visit the first for flrst prize and Mrs. Maude! Richards E. J. Stewart, of Jensen was a pleasant RKW Oinsoir! ---
; G lIe'* social circle. of the week. He has old out here and carrying off the booby.! A cake walk on visitor In town, ::Sunday spending '1'1 tunllle, Kla. t

I i'', Scaminel the I. looking for a place to locate. the veranda by Misses Grace Andrews the day with his sister, MrsyA. K. Wilson. -- -- -
Mr and Mrs. R. M. are
I happy parents of a dear little !girl. Mrs. Some of our boy attended the baseball and Elvaf Water* with excellent music otier. OVEn FIVE THOUSAND OF WAG HOW TO SAVE ICE.

r. Scammel and her little .daughter are game at Fort Pierce ou Tuesday by our expert harmonlea-plaTer, MissEdna VanSlckel held Congregationalservices ton' Rapid Calking Tool now In use

both doing very nicely.R. and also the one at Went Palm Beach. on'buraday. Bailey, was tbe grand nnalo of in tbe Methodist church, last by boat owners In tbe United Ht-Ues. -

this merry occasion with the flclslilng Sunday. Large congregations/ were In Price $1.00 rind .8.X> each. at the AJ>. ..:::-., I
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touch a seiles of somersaults on th* ,
L. Jordan of West Eau Oallle, attendance. '
o1AceTltusviile Fla.
VOOATM \, '
Association met or
Tbe
Cemetery : on'ueiday by
lawn that Master
"killed" \ 'a large rattler the groundsabout embrjronlo acrobat
on
j his residence: on Monday lost. evening, and elected E. J. Frlp Francis lUehards.Mrs. Harry Sample returned last week from -----. -.,--- .. -.-, I 1 d,

The Msjor bas the! skin for a souvenir 'resident,; A; Lamont secretary; U. C. B. Oifford always charming his vscatlou. He bad visited. all through TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVj
Larsen, treasurer; U. Knuden. director; hostess, entertained Thursday of last the West and took ID the World's Fairon

The seats and furniture for the new and H. Christensen director to fill the, week, in so delightful manner It looked bis way borne. 3FLORIDA.

county school are to haudandthe building nnexplred term of Mr. Poppell, who has for a while. though her guest, had Tbe band air concert at j ONIYERSITY EE--
will soon be ready for the opening left town. forgotten that all things must have an gave so open

___ _______u__ _______ end. The early put of tbe afternoon the band stand from,,4 to S o'clock Hun
devoted to a flower contest gave. day afternoon, which was much appreciated The question, of economy on the Ice bill r

T Mrs L. J. Sawyer: and Mrs K. M. Hudson by a large audience. Well dunes Is one that appeals forcibly to every

--iUtr: ; : ul. ILI L IFIEI! an even. score for first prize tbe boys give us another one. = housekeeper, a* well as to hotels, restaurants 4

drawing making M n. Sawyer the proud Jensen and Fort Pierce crowned bats. butchers, grocers. druggists, and

possessor of so exquslt drawn work Tuesday afternoon In a hot and well ., In bet to every merchant who consumer
dulley the handiwork of our hostess. contested game. The official score stood Ice In his bnslnea-

Miss Klva Waters carried away the booby 1O to 12 In favor of Jensen. The Fort E FIRST-CLASS PROVISIONFOIt Numerous tests and careful ss erlmeut-
11TS: : ;! TJ/ R: A /IT C E prize, a bunch of daisies. Pierce boy. played .a floe, gentlemanlygame : Intr have feanlled In the discovery. of ton i

while We are sorry to say one at -- SAVIN ICE PAD, which when placed

__ n ___. __ 'least, of the ;Jensen boys plated a very in your Ice box or the Ice chamber of
What In Life.In rough game, jumping on one fir the Fort BODY : Ane.IxiullduwnuI your refrigerator will reduce the con
Life call ."4ere. boys and him bull,. pp.d. of Ice l.>to:aa K c.ot.
If you are contemplating taking out Insurance give u* a the last analysis nobody knows, but hurting quite A tanw a sumption your pu
Fort Pierce was and It MIND dory sofaIist. The I'aells ingenious little device. the
awe .. an
Good Insurance and Beaionable Kate do know that It I I. under strict law.abuse ""
and we will guarantee you as ai we wishould tO
was
law worrying him. like simplicity of which I I. one of Its greateafe
Reliable Old-Line that even lightly, palo results, tee a straight and fair and our MORALS : thovaII..thbe recommendation All do la.to
|can be secured in any Company game, yon place*
Irregular living mea-o derangement of
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toys would come oat victorious. Th. L -d It on, the bottom of your Ice chamber

SfOJLJLt-i; JEJL'si'iH.. cC? VV IZaSON p llgtlai. the headache organs or, resulting liver trouble.In constipation Dr. King's home team claim. they were beaten out *'.".'.*'f&Addre'. .. .Ia1I.u.1 with the Ice resting open It, and It will
01[> three runs /la tile PRESIDi :; do the Write for booklet -
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE. New Life Pills quick! N-adjua.. this. game Tueidsy.Jo >... THB rest. ,

have an stood the Teat of Tlrne-OVErf FIFTY YEARS. If. gent!., yet thorough. Only 29 cents, r Lake) City. P. O. WALTOtf, AOENT.Tltnsvllle .
Our Companies ... the Only Florida Fire Insurance Company. at Bed Crow Pharmacy TKnavllle. 31* TOO subscribe for the A or OCA IT t LAVAULA&AA& .A 4 AA&A Florida.ICI.BT .



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aatt 8.3 of which hits telford foundation; r )

,'I also 1.0I" culvert" of? ; atone and tile. Florida East Coast Ry.

mount of state.roairl fund for 1004 \
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will bo about 12POW:" LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June
must have a sufficient supply ofPotash AVe are not building macadam roads, 4,1904.NORTHBOUNDRMS .

but a type of road! routing very much OUTKftOVttft-RBAO BOW*. ypH .
load seldom more than $1.(100 per mile. 2

These: rondo are entirely satisfactory JMU".M,. DNaRiis STATION. _!!!ltr jj ne
homes
as more comfortnble for to travel

in order to develop into a crop. upon comparatively free from tbe JT Jq Q / 413.1...... *...* ..........*..*"A J.oksouvtU.eon, e.................... ...L,r TE al.. I D
disagreeable Impalpable dust of a macadam kS 1016 .......... .... ....et ... l
No 1N FFIY a. : a ppu
amount of Phosphoric road and the expense of maintaining :. : :: .fit. estingpl.,. :: .::::.:.: ..... .., Tu
Acid 4e a. P.l.eka I N aS
or Nitrogen can compensate reduced to the minimum, usually
Ar .... ...,...... ....... Palatka ............ ...... L, t !o a $
for a lack of potash in from $10 to $12 per mile per year. S u: i 1112 f: Lv .. ....Pal.taa.. .A T oc. 1 oo p
'l'1 As will b seou, state aid Is extended p
; fertilizers [for J = 110 IU ...._........................ ..._ .........................Ly .....t.. ,
to every town. We are gradually andsurely ., HGb .... 11111 LY .... ......... ....ran M.seo........... ...._.. ...... Ar T If a 1 a
grain and all Improving the main roads In """' ; /
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i other crops]. every part of the state with the resultof qp ...:...........................Bnnnelta::::::..................:.... 11e a 4 q N/
good country roods uenernlly. : 4by ...... .. ............_......Daponi. .. .... .. ...... f Ms /
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We ahull k f Mto y ,. I ..,..:.... .................Da.ten..................... ...... III.n /
wmil. free California I'rune Wafer .. p ........,....................Po" Oo>..Dp............................. fa.a a
tony \ Ofp .. ................... .N..lilm7r".. .......... ....: ..... 1 M.p .
Gwm.rourtiul.h.okwhicbcontain ....... ..... ... ........Oak Htll. ..... .......o.......... III ,.
vulii. The great tOQ'lo cathartic, an Invaluable .. a p ....................:u..Tltu.vllla..........:.... .............. I u.p .
.bl.lnform.Io"about cure for Malaria Biliousness It SI .. .. ..... .. .. Ooeo .... ..._....,.............. a sl.
1" Conitlpatlon p ..:.:..:. ......::.:.........Roekl.dge................ .. I" /
i .oil culture Nervousness, Catarrh of the (4&& 7 l it.1 P ...... .. .... ..... ..JI.u: 0.111. ......._.........:.:.:::::. q
( ( ......:..:.......::......... M.ltx>arn:........_...... t is UUAr.
a JERriAN KALI WORKS Stomach, Bad Breath Oily Skin, Sleep also ip..............................6b.fttt..... : :.::..:: 1111I. 1laa
r NaauM St., N.e. lessneoa, Wind and all Liver Stomach ,0y. p'...... "................. ..*.&. IAU.-U................:..:.:........ a icMa
OJ York f.XI' .......:......... ... Ft. n.re..._........................_ II 1ag p to M.
and Bowel trouble 100 Wafers 23 cents p 118* H p .................:::.::::'.....Tlbh. .... __ .. .......... I. / asp
--- .. -, -. .. Tri-Wcokly Sailings .. p ........................... .. ...M..........:..:.......... .
Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. ton-...........................r.leae.a..... ...... eau
i CONVICTS: BUILD ROADS. It p 4 p ............................ .11'.n. ......:.:.:::.:.::.... lpp Ilea
MiHim f' p............................ $b. rou.d:: .. ...............:.. 1 I' p e a
---- Do... A.....<...... BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. I I p............. .......... set JoplMr........:....._.,.. ...... 1$ p 1 N.s
x.o..t ., ..rl.n..r. .. T.... M Up ...... .......... ....w. Palm B..ek .......................... I n.
C Co..f..'. IH.rhri .. The promoter of a bogus enterprise {. p .........................:....aoyn too....................,.......... TMa 1I 1
y : of that Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) I j ........ ..,........ .... ::10. T
There sterns to |lit no renaoik! why nnderrtapdsithe peculiarity Pas 14 p ::........:..:..... .....:h'LLaandeAil....:.:.:..... :...::.:..... 1 ti p W..
etatea. counties, or cities. should portion jftf/ the public be seeks, and Initend eta ttp............................. H.II..d.l...... ...................... tp Ma
support oflncU Items he announces "The The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service 1 M p .... ......v..........__..Iximon <.:U1'............................ I. p 1 boa
lu lilU'iien those who bare broken TOO* ee p ..,..........................................................iv O p a
tar Ebenezer-Afrlcan
the law, and I> -dully those who are Rlsing- Mining. I
Development' and Ameliorating Corporation The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
rviug but u abort term Income minor
AKVOBO BBAKOH.! ORANGE CITY BBAHCH.
LimitedIn advertisements Direct bervloa Between

,a{' Institution and Engineer, savs, tuo Organizes!Municipal! labor Journal baa paper that cover This solid!la tbe pages peg In of the the dally sueceHiful .: Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points Ail.II\ 8TAT1OK. way N .12T DNi DdI brarssx.. D.II s.u 1..

mode uuou4
sfn effort
to theemployment
prevent advertising swindler: Show the (Calling at Charleston, 8. O., both ways) OS L.....,..,, TIMrrllU.Ar imp t tOOp 10I9K L.N. em'raa..Ar D P
of convicts In the manufacture I. on" : SEMI-WEESLY SAILINGS a a1Lv.....,.... O.t* a..i....Ar II *KWII Hit* Lv. Lake H lon .Ar 11s /
!' of !ifooda that will compete "come that It'u Well advertised and Sonthtmumt .... from Lewis'"Wharf, Boston .ltw..eterprt.a... .Ar m IMp tlle. Lv.Onu a City.Ar OpI
'n with free labor, but there la a wny br he will threw In what ready cash he Northbound ............. ..... .... .. .. tram foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville eaO .......... ....... .L. l0 4OOp 1146.Ar.Or.CltiJe.L. 111

p" which convicts may be employed to las, mortgage bin house and lot and IS Me, It M..I7 Nat> N eau M*. 23Dally 10.24 a.HI
then make himself missionary for St. Johns River Line. pea Ui D.IIy.Inept Daily Iur
advantage and at the same time not the Rising-Star Ebeneser-Afrlcan Clyde Doty DallyXCB.TFOBT. Dily Dally
1a
r' compete with free laborers. The man
among tbe army of his wife's relations. (DeBary Line.) '
Who is serving a tarot of n month or a 4 W $ 0o Ito aMa In rek.onr'. r Too I MaMa 0Q p I O F
When the wife's relations BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8ANFORD. pIIp
$' sear la a different proposition from P' 4,1 101 .ao.JSUmIa Ma OOP lap itip I
t throughout the country have been Stopping at Palatka, Attar, St. Franck, Bereiforct(DeLand), and intermediate landing 0 1 0 I/ 100*s...Pabl Beaak.. 190. 1 OOa L0p + p I
-one who Is sent to the state penitentiary *un the St.John'*Hi ver, 191 .tt3a tole ek UaOOa T M. 1y p ns 1 IS lO/
: for a long term. rounded up and yielded over every.thing :STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE.f p t I Mp l a .t rpors la 1 T **a 00 a IHp /
but their Immortal souls the Rle-
Dallas county Tex., has been using! fs appointed to tall a* follow i Leave Jacksonville BumUyi, Tuesday and Thnnday,3 s30 p. m. :
St.r PENINSULAR. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS
Ing- Ebeneaer etc., Into tbe AT MIAMI.
these stv! >rt term men on its roods, and goes Returning, leave Sanford, Moodaja, Wwineadays and friday S do a. m.
hands ofI receiver and the divisions
4 they tire returning to Boiitn-liuuSd North weund
tie county more and brigades of maternal relatives may Reiul down. BCHKUULK. Read- up. CLOY CONNECTION MAOI AT MIAMI WITH$ STEAMSHIP OF THI.r.. a 0. .. S. COMPANY FOI
than It costs to support them. An act
think It over. Tbe Rising-Star is never eon S as<) p. n.. ...... ... ...............Jack nnvllla.falatka. Arrive S 00 a. nu HAVANA AND KEY WEST
of the Ivxlalnture |III lt3U3 authorized heard of Borne months after Leave H 4A p. in. ........... .. -... .. ....... ........... ... Lea.e 8 CO p. m.
9 UM building of rouda by the labor of again Leave 3 00 a. m. ...... ..... ... ... Astor leave 390 p m.
when things have quieted down the Frmncli.Pereclord ... I eave I 00 inIV
St
S county convicts. The county; of Dul Leave Lear 4 30 a. m ". (UeLand). .... .......... .... Leav Oil noon.SO p. Thee* Time Ttblm show the Urao. ..whisk' train mav be .xi>*eed te arrive and. depth
las la divided* Into four district, encb promoter of that Institution suddenly Arrive / SO a. m ........ .. ...i. ... Sanford .... ......... .. ... ..Leave a. m. iron ".. severalIatlon.. .., but their arrival or dopartar a* &i UBMI_.ut4..." I..etNn... ...... .. .
loraoei the Company bold tteelt responsible for del..r .. .n8lD,
flares forth aa the "Wind and Water Arrive 10nm a in. EnterpNe., Leave 10 00 a. m. any any .u. (hereram. -
1 one lu charge of a special road commissions. .
4 ,, The act provide' thatroads mooting[ and Pyrotechnical Company Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Of flee, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ;
are to bo controlling umteen million acres; :for copy of th. LOCAL mat OAB.D Other Iar.w.&l
constructed aa nearly In Popotalego county Salt river, Jump- r. M.'RO'Y'IONQJRL: J .kAMt,Oen.Pane. "'11:". 1W4 West Bay St..Jacksonville.. Cla.
t ... possible east, west' north and W. (t.COUPES: ,Jr., Local .'rLA rt. Jack onvllle. O. P. LOVEI.L, Superintandent Jackaonvllle." "BKE THE TICKET AOENT." .
.ng-off. the solid '.
I place. Again newspaper root Hogan .laokamivUlc. ria.A.
wrath from
the
city. When thesesoada Again what abekela tbe ..O. HAORRTT, Oen'l Raat'n PaM. AC( .New o York CLTDU: :MILXK!:,Gen. Frt. ATt.( New York. l '
page. z. D. : Oeu. .
Amt. 7aa '
RAimJtra. ST.
Agent. ATJOTJ>lTIIfz
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have been constructed the act Til ICO. O. KOKH.: General Ma>iafrer.; WM. f CLTUK co.t.n.n.raa Agent ,
1 r (provides' further that four other road mourners of. Rlaing-Star Ebeneser-Af .kCli: l>rougb llulldlnK. U State St..Opposite Battery Park, New .or". ----
rican hate managed In the Interim to '
are to be built to the border! of the C. \VALTON.. Agent, Tltusvlllc, Fla.Atlantic :
save or borrow.-Atlantic.
.county .. nearly midway; between the
\ .first ones as is practicably. Then there


I j,already: ConsumptionThe Coast Line R'y

to have toward series the of city.road that,will converge .

'All convicts who are physically' able
The Great Through Car Line from Florida. >
to 'perform labor must work on the

li county roads. The work Is to be junior kind of
only .
consumption TO TIIK': KAST. So thernRailway
the supervision of a competent super "
Intendent/'and the work done must be to fear is neglected Over Its own' rails to Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence

of the best quality. Each of the con consumption." via the Pennsylvania Railroad. '

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People are learning that con.
TO TIIK 'VEST. ,

sumption is a curable disease.It [The Louisville & NnsbvlUu. via Montgomery The Mobile A Ohio R. R. WORLDS FAIR ROUTE

y t __L1._,.__ ,-,-( ITO
is neglected consumptionthat
TilE EAST VIA ST. AIUSIIIP. .

is so often incurable. Via.Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Pblladeldbla, Bos

At the faintest suspicion of ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington Baltimore. Via Savannah .
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and Merchants' and Miners' Traniporttaion Company for Baltimore '

consumption get a bottle of aud Philadelphia ',," .

Scott's Emulsion and begin .

regular doses. TO KEYVEST:: AND HAVANA. J: Best Line. to'St. Louis, Mb.
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Via Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Company. .
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The use of Scott's Emulsionat .. -

:', once, has, in thousands of Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points Superb Dining Car Service.

cases, turned the balance in
MILEAGE TICKETS.
favor of health. t
Interchangeable mileage tickets !good over 13,000 miles of among the principal .
Neglected consumption doc railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. \

..f not exist where Scott's Emulsion For reservations Information apply to agents of the A. C. L.. or write,, Stopovers going and returning Atlanta, Knoxville. : ,Louisville and principal

FRANK. O. BOY LSTON, Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Tray Pass. Agt. North Carolina Mountain Resorts.See ,
is.Prompt. 138 West Bas St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
railroad In the world Famous Blue Gram
111gb Bridge (highest bridge ),
!i I of Scott's Emulsion -II. M. EMEKSOX Traffic Man"ller.Y.. J. CRAIG, Gen'L rasa. Agent '
TKXAH COKTICT A* WOM. use WILMINGTON N..C. Region, Lexington and Louisville. I I..,.
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Net amps on the public roads la In checks the disease while it coaches
1 _-a Free reclining cbalr cars and hlgh-olaaa day Through Pullman sleep
$ charge of a superintendent and four can be checked. log cars, Jacksonville: to St. Louis. .'
i guard., and the average number of Ir
a EA.B<> .A. I>
.. mea In each camp Is fifteen. These '" S.&i tot fr*. _p\\.. Folders, rates etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatlo'n. Ii.'

mea are supplied with clothing and SCOTT a KOWNK. ChmUu.a4ij % ,
i food and are credited with 60 cents 4 Pwrl s_. Nr Ywk AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR ,

for each day they are held In Imprisonment -.sad $boo al14n&11ata. 1

'this amount going toward the .

i canceling of their flnea aDd the costs : .
of the DIXIE FLYERWORLD'S C
In addition can they are allowed 10'per SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN TINES: RICHMOND, J". O. x..tt iw Dlst.! p ..., Agt.. {

cent for good behavior while on the WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW 108 West Jacksonville Fla.
YORK Bay St., r ,
work. This work has done a great deal FAIR ROUTE .

toward reducing the number of "boboes'Mbnt -

heretofore were wont to frequent Two ,Elegant Trains'Dally .

the district. "Hoboea" are not .
given to work and during the winter KashlUlel i Cbattaloogi & St. Louis Ry. Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. ,

mouths are glad to be sent for short '
up ', MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.. j
terms in some Jail where they can receive

shelter and. to them a good Uv Western and Atlanta R.. R. ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to Sew Orleans" .- -. -- -.-- -......- _.- --

lag until summer come again. Work' .' .
Inc on the road 1s not to their liking.

I 1'10' they now ;sire I>all.-is and Ita vicinity DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent Mallory LinesSPECIAL

a wkle berth. TilE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS Seaboard,or write

,, VERMONT ROADS. -.OF A. O. MA.CDOXELL, Aut. Gen. 1..... Act. S. C. BOfLSTOX, Pa.a. Agt.

r .'_'. ....1.... rratea .... At.'.. 1e TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY. J JACKSOXVILtJC. FLORIDA.

Itl."....,. ._._.._.... PASSENGER..EXPRESSSTEAMSHIPS
--- -- -- ---- -- ----
allowed at all stations ----
Stopovers on
The Vermont system of state aid for
f highway Improvement is unique andspecially liar where there.. Ticket Agents. BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast

,. .. adapted to rural towns, says "::10.93Coach- zeui.ion, KIDNEY DISEASES -N'O OVERCROWDIXO-r-!:

a writer In Good Roads, Magasine. No< $r.JO. IS days; $33.09.: 61) days; v IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY OUARANTEEDontheeeship.
debt Is Incurred/ state tax: Is
money $40.63 Regular Season Ticket ., aa no tickets will 1 sold to exceed the nomber berths.or
fatal of all di
I nnrnally aiwioxM and apportionment are the most *>
the seating capacity of Dialog IIMIa, thai all Indlfl-*
Insuring
passengers
1 made to the towns, on a basis of road
TRAINS DAILY US" service and attention.
I mlUag. Town receive money on certificate 2 2 _
fl of the state highway! coniml KIDNEY CURE It aEDsrantnil TMADC gA1MsDatnnrs
LMTW vU F.S. r. T HS ) LEAVE
JackMarin a m. .1 PASSENGERS JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.]
rhea that such town baa expended the FOLEY'S Co+ Aan
Leave Jwck.e\ariUe. yaa A.c. L..0:<<11' na !Rearij teRe1.6.rNepTtn *
ti, amount In permanent road work according q tt-w.artmoar=.end,. fr**>J>Mtk .r u (SH Schedule of Ship.In Florida Tlmea-Union)
to mpeolHcatlons I t-m.lea .... e-nlrMne.e1... <'ow---
and regulation .
SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROVTE.SWERB ,.........1,. .......t.... saosouao.P.t.et. LOWEST RATES TO
rdun d. Container NEW YORK D ALL NORTH,
:: made by tbe state commission cr money : we 4'ke.y POINTS
;:::: tfi7Sa5r.3V;; ,
1 and to hU satisfaction Thus every EQUIPMENT. I remedies recognized by eminent yt.ael... weth ..easa.rg,d| Including delight/al DAYLIGHT SAIL, through tbe

tom la benefited by a section of 1m- THROUGH SLEEPTRS.E. as the best foe rIalt. FAMOUS "SEA IS .AXns..9
Y l'f "j'roved road oath year. The! type of physicians SiyUiiflffi .

road Is telford ballot with gravel surfaces 1, Kidney and Bladder troubles. rat.ta.f a." ma 'e..u..u.e T..m._$4 err a Through tickets sold to all northern points. For tall Information regardir? 1

, J. WALKER Fla. Paaa. Agt. PRJOI suf. aoei s1.ao. ; traction. offered by no other line; diagrams, reservation, ticket, etc, apply*
t The amount *xp .led In 1 iroo: 'v -* Florida Passenger Agent t IDNN Ca Hew a
ARTHUR PIE
sI:AIStkl : There: \1 HIlt built s,:s m.I,.... Jacksonville, Fla. ned ,CI'08S 1'Ilarmacy. r.-vm.a CII F.IIiI.w....... : W. Pisener4geat, 114 West Bay Srcet Jadsoaiillc, FlorMt

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I KA.ST! COAST ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 9, 1901. 7l

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MARKETING BERRIES., I ( '
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, Sembler ''t'he Adraataeres of 1 er.l.n..l 'Cr; .tIn I feeling!
Cottage I la 8..11. Pager D....'... II matter
the fever i
marketlijff 6fttnwl
discussing the '
r TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.Open f rrles ..a writer! In Unral New 'system.them will

Yorker has something/ to say about I Try them ; :
', All the Year. 'crates, which Is of Interest also In connection '
,, with the raspberry and black- Pharmacy >
.' k Good Board and Attention.

%" i J(' Reasonable Rate The ; a
'. cure "
;
4 Two'door* from F. E. C. Railway .InpaneM :! '

Station Tltusvllle. '' I i

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MRS. A. J. SEMBLER Proprietress II. In the ;
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JACKSONV1LLK.DUYAL "
1: / la :

HOTEL berry harvpat.CTIO.lt lie DBRRT says the l''TIt.fruit must Dr. ( ) s

i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bo hauillod quickly, and tho right timeto Who )
11>'8. In ;
d realize a profit. X :
,. Crates should be made of heavier material of II : ) : '
'I .' than the ordlnnry shipping crate Dr. sickness"t, \ : ,
\ If taken care of, they will last several P.'* "' '.' f : : ; 4
Opposite poHtoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re years. to# In I ,

The sectional crates shown In the tinuation\ \ ; : : :

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally, conducted . first figure are beat for the local market out. He :, 1 )4, tl
especially'' ( In selling funcy berries I und Iii \!! /; y :\
The quarts, niftY bo filled fuller without Notes and \\ :; t r
Rates $2.30() day and I
per up.>> '
,, r' the top berries being mashed. The sectlous ;, blui ii H 11 '
<.
may be taken apart when.on the flaxen
; B. W.. SPERRY, Proprietor. market thus showing; each quart nod on u lui-ge\, :

.:. I ,. ....-- waking a finer (11"1)14\3'\ which mends. I years "
,
; more profitable nule, ua In the second! own j' 1
figure; St. I.t
H. N. O'NEALHAS If. how'ever.' the common atyle. crate words /

la used they should bo made higher :. l
and thE partition ohIo higher which .
r LEASED THE ,"
;
Is :
Here
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trntlng th ,! ,
ARAGON HOTEL citizens pl: \ ,
tnple. A I I
the high ;
JACKSO. VILLE. .FLORIDA. dene kebbi d"j t

It Is open' on the American plan. Rate $2.30 per day and upwards. be anti ;
.t The hotel (III being thoroughly renovated and put In first-olaa condition. six, seven, ;
When finished It new plumbing) in being installed. New and large sample room being addqd. kebbnges :
Rooms with bath, from May 1st to >'ov. 1st, $.i per dRYWESTMORELAND' put up

Chrl....'" he ; : '
or tree ; I J 'i'
HOTEL West BJACKSONVILLE In case of
;:
FLA. .,. SECTIONAL CBATH TAKEN APAKT. .. ------ ---_.. ._._- -- : .
",11bl."lp\ to prevent mashing the fruit.
'f' American plan.. Centrally located. Just built and opened All crates should be painted one color
: and this color continued from year to
1 this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water year. It will make them look neat

; I and new. It will ,net us a wort of
I'M Ivjf Baths Elevator,'.etc. Five minutes from. any wharf or, depot. All I trademark. It also prevents some main HAVE.YOU SEEN
from selling your berries when he does
f street care pass the door. .Rate, 2.00 to 2.60 per day. 1
.. not handle them as bit. customer cnn
','1 Mrs. A. J. WALKER. Proprietor. see that he doe not have the colored '.
) -- crates and they will go where they
< are-that la, If you hare built up. a

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. reputation for fine berries. : i

THE /
*' .......t .......... :
-On the American and European Plan-
A fragrance which delights the most .
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant < refined taste Is given both by the foil .. .,
family homo.- Rates: American Plan, -J.OO: and $2.50; European 60cts age and flower of the true sweet lay ./ ,
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.: ,. ender. Every good housewife know
H. W. HANCOCK Proprietor.. Its value lu the linen closet, bureau and

The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Coye Springs Is under the wardrobe.
same management. The bright silvery green leave,,
which show attractively in winter an
well a* summer, the pretty flowers
:WOLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL Corner; Bridge and Bay Stieets.JACKSONVILLE borne on long stem and the compact, WALTON BLOCK ? .
1.
FLA. dwarf habit 'of growth all combine to

-Rooms, SOcts, 75cts and 1.00 make It a highly ornamental and very '
desirable addition to any garden. An
A first-class Restaurant In Connection. extravagant profusion flowers 1*
.
J. It. WOLKE< Manager produced during a long season of A.I
.It
bloom. .
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Make a low hedge of It-divide the
PABLO BEACH. garden from the lawn-use It to edge '

gardens, paths, border or beds, and ,e- -I( ,
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL its attractive and unique features will
: appeal to every one with the least
longing for pretty and uncommon
PABLO BEACH, FLA. plants. I

N -- Always plant It In well drained sltnatlons. .
t It grow to about two feet, but .t
,
MAGNIFICENTLTLOCATED. can be trimmed to any desired height .
after flowering. ,' ) I .,'..t' ; "r
Ocean Front, near East Coast .eeaeett r ... ." :,

Depot. "* .'.._. and Peach*.. 7r', {> I ,

A short time ago a man called on me ill I
a ID OCtAN ViL1diflOTt Has all Outside Rooms. with a letter from a New York nurseryman -

PABLO.J5iAtH.Fi.*. I' advising him not to plant any 1
Bea and Sulphur Baths. of the Japanese varieties of plum ,

RATES: $:2 per day $8 to $12 per week. The only varieties.. to plant, so he I ,
wrote, were the Grand Duke and Arch .',
FLOURNOY FLOURNOY:: .. Duke. Our experience in the vicinityof '
: A NEW INVENTION. '
Owners and Proprietors. Worcester Is. that the Japaneve' are :;, \f i :'
&K'f
hardier,. less liable to Insect and black ( .
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knot and they bear young. Rome varieties !\
OLD SKAIJUKEZE, GOOD ALL,, FLA. like the Abundance, may rot and ItaI '
they must be thinned out. Plums, especially ,Recently Patented all Over the World.

', the Japanese, are disposed to _- .
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'I 'he Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE, overbear.Peaches! do better on a new soil land The Walton >
)
OOODALL FLA. that has just been cut off, leaving a f i
oil 1 I.
1 that tilled with vegetable matter.
1f One grower with an orchard of 2, 100) I

r Is now open for the summer; season, aDder the management of the owner, tree bought tree In Georgia, Dela- Self-Locking Tackle Block. ,
wareNew Jersey, New York Michigan: .
IIORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona '
and
Connecticut In order to determinethe 1
Beach, the hotel I is modern In all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant liability of trees from the various This low1-hotding block I le mad In various '

; rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating'. Casino and Pier. section to the peach yellow lie find shape and sizes, of WOOD, IRON ".'.
y very little difference: after tour years 7f4 and BftONZE. Will work equally well :;.
The,surf bathing Is nnezcelled. Terms moderate. rompDrt ou.-A. A. Ilteon: Ilefore Massachusetts with rope, chain or wire rope. .4: ,

I l1,, HORACE" F. STEWART. Owner and Manager. Horticultural hock'ty. J Win work at' any bight, uptiMe will'; .lJ'
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/ horizontally, or at any angle, and .
" The trim, .r Flasr. top and lock at any point. ,
; : KIAM13S1IA 'LAKE; -5: : ,.Y.Kiamosha Without the irises the hardy garden ; "!:
,'r- 1* Incomplete. In recognition of the I oral a able for every kind of bUllnu. .
:
; grandeur of coloring the ancient Greek where aT, >lock I la needed frequently saving r ""
t appropriately' named these ever since 177 tbe labor of one man or more. j t

t KI AMES HA LAKE, popular plant Iris, which mean rain Nothing Jibe 1 It for hanging or stretching ,
I Inn SULLIVAN COUNTY, bow. Cultured Franco honor, them a* Jr as.)4aAMI. wires
tier national flower and gives them the
NEW YORK sweet soniifllnir tAme of fleiir-de-II" 1 t Address all communications to the |

America bent knnwa them a* flap. a ', '' ''' Ft
I title easily repiernbered' and which' '' ; Walton Self-Locking Block Go.Incorporated. '
f This "New Rockledge" of the North, nestles( In the mountains by theI dims none of their luster., 'I .
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side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea level. Wh.t tWith r... Dall.. .'I ',,, ; 4 Office and Wardroom).' Atlantic! Aye + ', I ;i b ,' i !t k .

Japanese fern bulls tlmt burn been In 1 Near Kowe's; wharf, Klevatad bustles '}%
I climate. All modern conveniences.. I 1? ,
Exquisite ( ., Large airy: rooms.Bowling the bourne shook be hung outside duri I i 1 a< e i I'
BOSTON MASS.Hampia !!!. I
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Alleys, Golf and 'Tennis. fag the summer months Uml r the neuil- t ? y i
.r shade of a lath noun* such as I I" used I --
for ara ucartas. They will make a eec N Blocks can be seen at the AD-
a Most reasonable rates. end growth of frond. In the. fall and J /$ + valve< office Tltusvll'e; and at the store i ;

j be In handsome shape' for holiday of 8. B. Ilobbard fc Co., Jacksonville. i1, '''ill 'I III r n
H. R. SHARES
Proprietor.
ales, according to Gardening Call and see these block working y


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3 I .i; ;i,:'.,.EAST COAST 1"b'O ATE, SEPTEMBER 0, 1904. .. _

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: jf f$.' TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL. ...;............................*.......1NN/1NH .

F. A. Morgan, Proprietor. B u. Rlakewood RjIiitored.Drnggi8| :
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: / TIIusville' !
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"F' The members / Town Council -
JBWELEitS AND SILVERSMITHS,, ,...
I IRE-:1 '" met In the Council chamber on Toes-
41 Went Bay Streot, ,., : .;.,".' J day evening at 8 o'clock] with the following -

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ; .' present J. R. Walker, chairman; RED EJ PHARMACY I Ii

Largo stock In tills section of'country) L. A. Brady, P. J. Hall, aldermen; G: A.

Established III 18 >8. -r INSURANGE Frost, mayor; R. R. Pyles, clerk; VanT. ,

Send for descriptive catalogue, : ; Wcrley marshal l. i TITUBVJLLE, SLOttIDa: : 1

The minutes of last meeting were read
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.y" and approved.The ltiitDRUiG
';,11'. Council revised the City registration DRUGS SUNDRIES
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FLORIDA MOTOR CO,. ,,, ', ( ; '" books, and the following names r1iPURE fgf" Prescription. Filled With* the *.
6 were stricken from the list: L'twoet'CaregndFromptitude. Bt *
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DAYTONA FLAP : : I,: : .. J, T. Bassett, J. Y. Black S.W. Car- i YOUR TRADEGIVE US A'TRIAL ORDER *

Carry a full line of..... .f-,. roll, G. C. H. Collins, Henry Davis, II. School Supplies, Perfumery Brushes, J '
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,. ". ', ..''. Choice Line of Cigars Stationery
AUTOMOBILES:: and TIKES '. L. Baggy; R. E. Mlms, Jr., J. J Tucker Toilet Articles] Shoulder:! Braces, Fine Candies, and all other articles kepI *
I < ; C. A. Willahan A. K. Wilson, N. A. i by up-to-date drug store.y .. *
>..,.In stock also % WALTON ; Richard Rocker all left We give prompt sod careful attention to all mall orders. $
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LINE ENGINES, The Marshal was ordered to have the

DYNAMOS, ,'' : ,weeds on our streets mowed.The T:E. L. :S :D & :seO.:: ,

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MAGNETOS, Titoille Florida. Marshal and Clerk made their
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4 BATTERIES.',"'EVAPOKI2ERS: I : regular The following monthly Is reports.the Clerk and Treasurer's GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS ,

'11 -3 BPARK,COILS report for August: We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS

., "ifr- "'and PLUGSof Fines\ In Mayor's court, t23: 00 We''deal.. exclusively the above line of good and solicit the trade of all consum 1
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on Jln'
all klnda'and'' ) offering them for rI Delinquent tuxes coileo'd, :37 78 ers. ns
sale] at.. V, BREVARD SCHOOLS. I I THE STATE CAMPAIGN.Editor E. L. BRADY A BRO. .' TITUSVILLE FLA.2S" I

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..,O'U ZJEUCO3DS.: .. Deposited in I, R. S. Bk., 63 78
The following/ are the names of the E .!>, ; teacher of'the Brevard schools Bal.on hand Sept.,I, 1D04, 4 00 E. GOLDSMITH
county Dear. Sir Herewith I I. list .
ffher have a few bargain In :- a of appointments ,
/ bills audited and
1 with date of opening : .The following were
4 W; '1,," KNOX arranged for'the State canvass -Dealer .
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; Ordered paid:
John
Tltusvllle : Principal, Prof. D. I
along the East Coast. Please
r ', BUICK, ", Teeterlst; assistant Miss Bessie Grlsard. ; operate with the County Executive: Committee eo. H. Holten, hauling ]lumber, $ 50 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND
A. McBerney, work on bridge 1 00 h
WHITE 2nd assUtant Annie II. Porter; Primary ,'
and see that the meeting !In Bra PRODUCE OF ALL
DE MOOY.ORANTP'KRnIS., Mid Annie L. McCllntim.Coooa vard county Is .success, K. C. L. A; S. C., lumber 6 25 TITUSVILLE .. KINDS.FLORIDA..
In.eVery way.
: Principal], Prof. H. E. Wake- I. R. S. Bank,Interest on war., 11 48
The
expense: will be taken care of by ,
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Tltusvllle/ Electric Light Co., 75 00
Held 16 Helen Miller
assistant :Miss M.
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MARINE A;,STANIONARY ENGiNES. County Committee, and they will S 50 (00( ICE FACTORY.
2nd assistant, Susie C, Mimi; Primary, manage the detail. Our speakers will Van T, Worley, salary, INDIAN RIVER
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30 Ot
All Kinds of., "", Miss Stella Mlm be on hand, and expect: a good crowd. t sanitary" TITUSVILLE FLA. /
? 5 00
R. R.
"Y Eau Gallle : Principal Mr. L. M.Reh' Tour very truly Pyles 'I prepared to furnish Ice In any qUl\ntlty--sacked or loose. Special attention
LATHE WORK *
G. A. Frost office rent 2 00
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binder; Assistant Miss Annie MoAlester; D. U. FLETCHER paid sacking for Yachts for family use. Fair dealing is my motto
j A Specialty Fort Pierce : Principal Prof. J. R. Chairman., E. L. Brady &Bro.,horse fd 0 85 T. T.'WETMORE, Proprietor.

Pomeroy; lat assistant Selma Martin; S. A. Kitties, shoeing!horse, 2 40
? ..Write for Prices and Terra Hon. N. B. Broward, nominee for '
p J. collecting road tax, 2 CO
2nd assistant, Maude Teeter; Primary, Henry
A Governors the nominees for various SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
Susie Teeter. THE
a.sOTLO"W" State office, presidential electors 9105 03
n.::. L. :] : Oslo nominees
i May Frosoher. for Congress,and other distinguish There being no further business, the

I Reams, Willie King, ed speakers will address the people on Council adjourned until the first Tues
'Wood Coal Brick Lime Cement
Coke
,f" Shiloh, Ida M. Dodaon. all questions of tate and national Inter. day In October, 1004.CLEANING ..... ,
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Genie .
Melbourne Harris.
I eat at the time and places noted below. -- ... I I
Lotus, Elona Geiger '
Among those. who have volunteeredto THE STREETS.A .
Fort Drum, Wm.'H. Main. Vitrified Paving, and Sidewalk Brick
assist In the canvass and who will .....
Oourtensy, Sue F. Hunter.Otteeohobee II
speak, In addition to the candidate
are:
I Emma I.. Boll big gang, of men has been engaged Office foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville Florida." Telephone No 262,
li Hons. R. W. Davis D. JI. May and ,
/ the Malabar Inga O. Helseth.. this; week clearing the- streets of. all
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others; together with member of the J. K. MUNNKRLYN eneral Manager.The I
Sebastian. : Principal], Eugenia Fair; committee.The grass and weeds. Tltusvllle's streets
Assistant Rose T. Penny. now wear a neat and clean appearance

Orangedale ]Eulla P. King. date and hour of speaking along, Washington avenue and Julia street Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State. i
the East Coast are a* follow i iI
Artesla, Ella M. Wlgtleld.Eldred ] were cleaned by publlo subscription, and
Daytona 10a.. m., 15Tltusvllle
BeesleThaxton.Georgians \ Sept... the Town 'Council ha authorized Marshal PA- I
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p. m.
f Matti' Carrie Mendel. Fort Pierce, 10 a. m., 10 Worley to superintend the clearingof _.xoeO' ,:rS &: Cc.GRAIN I

Mlcoo, MabelWhltacre., West Palm.. Beach, 8 p. m ". 10 all weeds from some other streets. e
Fine Liquors Wines Beers, Miami, 10 a.m., 11 ;
AU branches treed
Midway, Georgia; Slater overhanging fit HAY AND GARDEN
Ales Eto. Key West, 8 m., 19 SEEDS
Stout p. ,
Tropio. Mrs. E. S. Worley. should also be removed from the sidewalks
r Send orders I
t3T me your Jensen, : Principal, Prof J. Ormond: as they are a nuisance to pedestrians
TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA. Assistant Mr*.. Edith Hunter; Primary TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. -especially In wet weather .- ,,Barer- Flour, .Grits Meal, and Fertilizers'

Edith Hunter n. SStuPy 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Valkarla Lucy P. Moore. The September examination of teachers CHURCH NOTICES. jrsiiM '"
East Coast Meat Market ,
Agts.for turina Feed. 'warehouses.on tracks of S. A. L. R'y and Plant System.
for Brevard
White City, Etta'Jones, county commenced at

Woodley, ,Orrel J. Lawaon. : the school-house Tltusvllle, on Tuesday
d G. F. DUREN Agent. Banyan, Georgia Slater.! morning, with Supt. R. E. Mime In, At- Preaching service at Indlanola Sunday, : : 11+iCJi!! "l'lilDDMIi'!! !!iI'L: +Bi 6' ___. --
1 tendance. Sept. Itth, by Rev J. N. Thompson. I

COLORED 80UOOITltuBvllle those who Sevlces )In morning at. 11 a. m.,evening r1'J SEmJS: : FC> .. P.4.LL.
Among were present at the
5.FLORIDA.: M. W. Roe,. 7:30. p. m.
examination
were: I
c"a; Coooa Prlnclpa] E. O. Assist'ant
: Knight '
14 ;
::: Mr. Edmund H. Teeter, Rex. Rev. W. F. Shoemaker will preach In
Laura M. Stewart TurnIps-and Rnta Bagas. ,
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Wm. H. Main the Methodist Church at Cocoa next
e7w tIO Frederick, Md.,
I pt Melbourne, Carrie A. Kerr 00 Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. I
Miss Susie L. Teeter Rex Sunday; at'11 a. m. and 7.30( p. m. All
e= Mime, Lotto. It. Stephens. Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Bean
Josephine Summerlln are Invited a) attend.
Eden, ,Thos It. Reed. .14 St. Luole. Seed Potatoes-for fall, N... 4 Rose and Triumph. I

Georglana, R. A. Powers Annie Booth, Eau Gallle. Rev. L. D. Day, of Sanford will hold I Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry:Foods, Etc.

I j ,', -=. en_ Gifford, Jennie L. Bolden. Maude Teeter, Hex. services In Trinity church Melbourne I
Susie Toledo.]
\ aa.::: y Eau Gallie Emma D.'Bryant. II' Wlgfleld Sunday next: at 11 a. m. Also] In St. I L. CXA.3VOE3Irl.CXNr: :: :; SoedsD:1.a.n.> : : : ,

j:I" TITUSVILLE, Cs Fort Pierce, Annie M, Cannon. Willie Mayme King L. Taylor, Narrow Shiloh.. Andrew church, Ft. Pierce, 7:30: p.m. 1 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.

I DATES OF OPENING. Bessie Thaxton Jackson, Ga. Archdeacon B. F. Brown, will hold di- '

Schools to begin Sept. 6, 'li)04-Sebastian Carrie Jensen, White City. vine services on Sunday next, at St. kieta9L=-_'::d1: $:JiIiIiie! Ettf1 :''rr- -

Robbins & Graham Co and .Georgtana. 14 A.B.MaoAlester, Washington, Ga. Gabriel] church 11 a. m. and 7SO; p. m. I : I'

\ Schools to begin Sept 12, lf!>04) -Titus ". Willlette Forest, !hlab"r.I. .Holy.communion. at the morning service ; Now::::: is the ':'limo:: :: :: .

villa, Cocoa Ean Oallle, Fort Pierce, Ida MDodson, Tltusvllle
(Incorporated.) ; 10 CALL AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF A i i
Fort Drum Orangedale. Frances Arnold, Malabar. DEATH OF MR. GOLDSMITH.
PAID UP CAPITAL ) 1
28,000.00. :Schools to begin Sept. 10,11)04-Oslo COI.C>RItD. Fine: : 3DIana.on.d.: ) : : : 1

I This company: ownsthe Melbourne, Malabar Valkarla,' Morgana. Jennie J. Bolden Glfford.ANDVEVERYBODY We regret to chronicle the death of Our stock Is very large, and we are In a position to show you any size,loose or 7
L .A 3ST :J::) S. Schools to begin; Sept. 2(1( 1901&-Ar I ilr.. Maurice goldsmith, one of Titus. mounted gem that ;you want. Our specialty la Fine Diamonds and Ulgh-grad"

;! tesla Courtenav., Midway.. Jensen. villa's prominent attorneys,who departed Waltham And Elgin Watches. Diamond Brooches from $auo to $1,000 each, and
*, Indian River Country On the St.
; saved on purchase.EBB .
DANCED his life at Fort Pierce at 1:45 a. m. money every
( Ladle River at New River and DEATH OF MR. BOWMAN.
; on Bay -
,Thursday aged about 60 years : &;
Biscayne Prices to .ult.the time Mr. Ja. E. Bowman-, a former sheriffof On Friday evening' of last week about The remains arrived her at 1:3:: ( p. m Slager,

r Send for Land List. Brevard county for two term, who I 40 of the young people of Tltusville aud Thursday, accompanied by hU sons DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.

A Offices at Tltusvlllo and Miami Fla, ha been an Inmate of Chattahooabee: Mime, assembled at the hospitable homeof lessrs. M..F. and W. E. Goldsmith, and 11 and 18 Main at A C. L. WATCH INSl'ECTOR. 839 W. Bay St.

I Insane Asylum for about two :years, llr."hIUlp. Roberts, at Mime fora their families, and were met by many of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

died on Saturday last, aged about 48 dance and !good time generally. the deceased's friends. Services were .
CHAS.
FULTON years His remains were brought to < The roomy packing house was cleared held at the grave by Rev, W. F. Shoe-

Tltusvllle for Interment on Monday after of/Its contents, and, after the guests had maker, and the remains were Interred THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

will attend to all kinds of noon, Mrs. Bowman and Mr. Tompkins assembled, the dancing began. The old. ID,the La Grange cemetery.An .

a nephew coming from Miami the day fashioned square dance were much en- obituary of the late Major Gold '

PAINTING and KALSOMINING previous to be present at the arrival of Joyed by all-the host and Mr. 1... W. smith will appear In our next issue. tOUR; PRICES ARC RIGHT 1
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the body. hall doing the calling off."
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:Music for the evening was furnishedby -
When want of the The remains were taken charge of by .
you any Undertaker A. )Frosoher and the funeral Messrs. Wm. Hagln, violin) and Geo. "
above work done, dropme Hanford guitar, and was much appreciated
and Interment took place In La Grange .

I a line. Cemetery, about nine ofoloek: on Tues i by all present. GLOBE
The dancing continued until about
CHAS. PUIll'ON. TITUSVILLE, FLA. day morning. There were a number of H Oo
the frIend. of deceased present at the 12 o'clock, when the !guests, after thankIng \

r ...1.11.11N1.N/N11. Interment. Mr. Robert very cordially for thepleasant GASOLINE 'b :d 3-
evening dispersed. ?
Deceased leaves a wife to his
mourn
sFrs
i E. Vesey Hall, loss. He was an old settler on Indian 01 ? 51 .

I.. Georglana, Fla. I Io River, and had numerous frleqds. He AN IMPORTANT SUIT. MARINE ENGINES + :

was a Jovial wh l&-. ued] man, and his -

I Boat Builder. i ; death I. generally regretted. The law point la the libel case of O- .........

I:;ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK ; CARiy or TJt NKI. Jam.. MoGomb, Jr., against a large J :<

: Write for Estimates. < Mrs. Jas. E. Bowman and Mr. J. B. number of citizens of Delray, were

i. ...+++..........*.+... Tompkins take this method of thanking argued before ,Jhe Hon. Minor S.Tones il-
their many TItmvllle, La Grange and at Titusvllle on Wednesday. Major :
t Alex St. Clair Abram. appeared for the
WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. : Mime friend and acquaintance for the N

Patented In all countries. Only tackle burial many courtesies shown them during the the plaintiff defendants.and Mr. C.This C. Chilllngworth..a suit for 950,000 for THE S. B. HUBBARD CO.

block of the kind In the world. Fit. of the late Ex-Sheriff Bowman, .
which is the. X CD ,,
damages largest amount .
and for the expression: of *
ted with the celebrated VInton Roller many sympathy
ever sued for In Dade county, and the -..A..GJIJSTTSrA:: (
Bearer Useful In place where exhibited since his death. We are .
any :::
Is attracting considerable .
case attention. .
deeply sensible of the -
hoisting Is done. With these block many voluntary M
,
one man can do the work of two. acts of friendliness, the value of whichwe Palui Beach New., Sept. 3rd. ,: ,i: Jacksonville. Florida. p w
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Thousands sold in the north. Call can hardly express: In words or "" 1

and *ee them In working' order at this through the columns of the ADVOCATB.MR JOB PRINTING of all] kind done atthis C

office TlUisvllle.or the store of Jas. Pritchard fc JAS. E.. BOWMAN.J. office, at reasonable] rates. Give DrWRITZ FOR CATALOG AND, PRICES. .lA
Son e B. TOMPKISS. share of ;
: us a your work O ,

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