East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00312
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LOCAL NEWS -Mrs. J. M. Saunders, of Cocoa arrived New Goods. Messrs.. W.R.Sanders and Sum Sanders Sheriff' Jos. P. Brown, wife and little AMONG THE. HOTELS. i t

Tuesday for a visit with her sister of Indlanola, were In Titusville daughter left, Monday for St. Augustine -... i

And Topics of General interest Mrs. E. W. Hall.Mr. Our new goods are arriving daily. yesterday, to the speaking.Mrs. where they will spend the. week. The4 AuvooATip Is'I ion file at all the

M. A. Stewart bas purchasedthe Come and see them. 'A. Faber. of Sharpen, left -Mr. Walter Vanlandingham, of Miami bent hotels New York. city.

THE ADVOCATE, cottage next to Mrs. Albino Brady's JULIUS KLIXK' :, for her home Tuesday after a week's was In TltusvHle several day this aloas'tbe'i'
Where to East Coast.
$1.50 per annum In advance.. residence, on Main street, from Mrs. A. Titusville, Fla. visit with her niece, Mrs. S. E. Rloe week. lie cam up to attend bill broth See Hat of hot"II'Rnd stop boarding houseson '

six months A. Stewart. .
41.00 : er's .
_W. E. Goldsmith and left ICE CREAM wedding. 1st and ith
'3.00 per an. to foreign countries.S2P family pages. ,.,'.
THE OVEI.TY.STORE. Titusville, Sunday morning, for Daytona, St. Augustine Every Wednesday and Saturday at the WANTED good, good Cook Applyat
Reading notice ads are ten cent The new hotel at Panacea. Mineral
carries a nice line of novelties, station Red Cross Titnaville.In .
line this and Jacksonville, for a few days. Pharmacy, F. K. C. Restaurant.
on page.Wben Fla. located Dickinson
per candies Springs, on Bay,
ery, pictures, fancy dishes, ,
you subscribe for the ADVO' tpys, etc. 5 and 10 centelo nter.. [1-12 -Capt. A. W. Bule, left Tuesday, our last Issue we failed\ to '-Mr. E. E. Grime, the popular traveling an lulet of the Gulf of Mexloo. I II open

OATH by the year, It does not cost you after upending few days with his wife mention the fact that Master Richard salesman for Duty' &: Stowe, under the 'nanR em.nt of : Mrs. K. .

three cents per week, postage Included. Master James Prevail wan. a visitor and son. Robbins accompanied his father and Jacksonville, was a pleasant caller at MoFarland. The house ha accommodation

TifB EAST COAST ADVOCATE lIon In town' the first of the week. He had I brother to Providence, H. I. this office, yesterday.Messrs. for ISO) guests. .'l'hllli. the first
sale following news-stands, at five been his -ltlr' Alfred Russell will again visit .
at she visiting brother, Jas. Prevatt at of the muter resort hotels to be
Eau Gallie the winter -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bergman, former Goo. Whlto and opento
cent per copy tTltuBville Cocoa, and was en route to his home at coming and has Wesley Joy. the public.
-Red Cross Pharmacy. Sanford.Mr. secured rooms from Mrs. A. TreutlerMr. residents of Indianola, were' passenger ner, will leave this afternoon for a brief '.

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. I en route to Cocoa on Sunday last, after stay In Cooou, and to attend the. dunce On September 1st. on the retirement of
H. S. Williams
Note date of expiration: printed upon R. M. Dawson returned last citizen- of Roekledge a prominent about a year spent In Mississippi. at that place this evening Mr.\ W. G. Leland' from the proprietor.
your paper or wrapper every week. Thl week from Michigan where he spent was a visitor to the
is a receipt for your money. No need the summer. He stopped at Titusville Tlmes-Tnton. exhibit at the St. Louie -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, Miss -Mrs. Kate Hamilton, who hal spent ship of the Graud hotel, the employe

for us to send receipt ,for subscription Fair on Friday last. Louise and Master Mark, returned home some weeks with her sfster, Mrs. Brown, presented Mr. Loland\ with a hnndiom
for brief visit with his brother
The date Rives It to you. a L M.Dawson. Tuesday, from New York City, and at the home of Mrs. Adhemar Brady liver coToo( service with the following I

-ADVOCATES for sale at 'the Red NEW CROP CREOLE ONION SEED, various points InN e" England, where left for her home at Stuart, Saturday. I Inscription engraved thereon: "Present.

I Cross Pharmacy, TltunllIe.a -Ml s A. II. Porter, 2nd assistant 24-8t Ctenahaw Bros.., Tampa, Fla. they have spent the summer. Mr Jennings\ and Mauler ed to Mr. William (i. Lelaad; September
,. Mr. Geo. W Scoble, of TltusvHle, -Mr. Fred'k. S, Morse, the well-known Lane, who have been spending the summer his
from Jacksonville, Tuesday, to Titusville, Friday and Saturday Axing I Grnnd Hotel by employee alt a. token
' spent several days in Daytona last week, real estate dealer of Miami, I Ie on his : In Pennsylvania,, returned on Tues
$ of their ait employer
assume charge of her work here. Miss an engine that Is In one of the boats of high esteem for brim an
returning Friday. summer vacation, visiting his mother in day. They\ were met In Jacksonville "by 1 1The
" and frleud.
Porter will board at the Sembler: Cottage the Titusville Fish Co., ;
I 1'. -Dr. Rollins made a brief professionalvisit i Boston Ilemllltilke In the sight of Mr. Jennings ,
-Mrs.r. Dlake Walker, left yesterday, the World's Fair before returning home. Grand Hotel, Broadway and
to St. Lucio Tuesday, returning on -The many friends of Mr. Wm Mo-
-Mlis Bessie ftrlsard, lit assistant l after-an extended visit with her Thirty-first/ Street, has been sold to
the early morning train Wednesday parents, Several Important articles have been Farland, who is with Forepaugh A SellsBrother's
teacher In the Titusville High School, Capt. and Mrs. James. Piltcbai'd.' She Geo F. Hnrlbert of Jamestown; K. Y.,

FURNISHED ROOMS FOB RENT. Apply arrived on Friday last. Miss GrUard was accompanied by little Miss Dorothy held over until next weak, on accounttf big show, may be pleased to by William G. Leland, the former owner

Mrs. A. B. Dodson,TltusvHle, Fla. wall a teacher in this school several years Budge, who goes >to Jacksonville with lack of space. Among them being one know that they will be In Kentuckynext and proprietor of the hotel It Is
on "How to Get .She'd of Black. Ants"as week, being at Louisville, on the
-Mr. W. I.. Keefer, left Sunday, after ago, and her many friends are glad; to her for a visit. IReY. said that JOO.OOO: wan paid by Mr. Hurl-
10th and the 20th. 4
requested by one of our Eden sub Lexington, on
two weeks in Titusville to welcome her to Titusville again.Miss bert for the lease, furniture and equipment -
'take of the publlo school at Edward O. Bartlett D D., who sorlbers. -Mr*. S. R, V. Carpenter and MU of the Grand. The latter, It I Is
charge A. B. MoAlester, of Washington supplied the Presbyterian churches
'Orangedale. Ga., who has been visiting Mrs. Rockledge and Titusville last winter -Mr. Geo. Hall and little daughter, Hattie were up from the Grove today aid, will spend, more than $100,000 remodeling
Miss Hattie U' looking much Improved the old of the hotel.
of Sebastian! came to TltusvHle, yester- very partlon
Oeo. M. Bobbins In Titusville and taking -
has been preaching this +
Gertrude Mime of for
Miss summer the
and few more days at John H. Langton of the I is to
the teachers' examination left Saturday day..He brought it horse up for the use of a the Spalding,
ture, was in Titusville several! days this Elmwood Avenve Church, Providence, hU father, Mr. E. W. Hall. Mr. Geo. country home will have her feeling a. be the manager of the hotel and ha
the to take charge of the assistants Rhode bland
week Vanlandingham
attending '
well eer.-MI.ml Metropolis; signed a contract with the
position in the Eau Oallle public school.A Hall took In the political speaking last as new owner.

Mims wedding. -Mrs. R. E. Mime, of Fort Pierce, evening. Mrs. J. E. Pendleton of Lemon I Mr. Hulbert I Ie the proprietor. of the 1
-Mrs.. B. R. Wilson, who has been letter from Dr. F. XI. Houghton who has been on an extended visit t<) Hl\tnr.1 New Sherman Hotel Jamestown, N. Y.. ;
-Mr. Wm. Mathers returned on City, who has been on a visit of several
spending the summer In Derby and other lay. he has arrived safely at Westerville, her parents In North Carolina, stopped and the Gable Inn, Sharon P., and U
day last, after a few days spent with hi. days to Mrs. T. Blake Walker, at the
and finds
O. the
places In Connecticut and New Jersey, weather delightful. He off In Titusville on her way home Tuesday fatter widely known among the hotel men.
at Eau (Oallle. On Monday he home of the parent, Capt. and
asks to be remeiapered to all his Titus '
is expected: home on Tuesday next, to attend the Vanlandlngbam-Mlm The reaRon for Mr Leland disposing of
ville friends, and''says' he and Mrs. nuptial on Thursday. entered the Titusville High School, to Mr*. James Prltohard, departed Monday, the property Is III health.

-Sunday right the section around Houghton are Anxiously awaiting the prepare himself for collage, where he ex for Trilby, where she goes for A visit

I Titusville was treated to a heavy downpour arrival of Mr. Chas II. Walton.On Homer C. Conkling, of Jensen and poets to go about January lit next. with her sister. I '",

of rain. Cisterns, tanks and rain ... Melbourne, was a pleasant visitor here HIGH SCHOOL OPENING.
Tuesday afternoon Mr. H. W. -Mr, and Mrs. John R. Walker and _Mr E. L. Brady and daughter, Miss
barrels are full to overflowing, and wn Saturday. Homer came up to tell his
have some to spare in the low places. Weir met with what might have beena brother Wm. Walker good-bye, as h, ex- two sons, Charlie and George) also little Daisy' returned Monday, from their summer Monday morning, September Htli, 'the }

very serious accident, by falling through pecte to be for two Miss Wlnnifred Walker, left" for, Jacksonville outing, having visited Mr. Brady'sdaugbter Titusville School opened. The occasion .
away at
-Rev. Li. D. Day, of Sanford, was a a hole In the furnace, at the-Tannlo Acid Kentucky' University years, and New York on the : Mr*. Frank )(. Wooten, of wa on. of pleasure and of .bright '

visitor In Titusvill for several hours on factory. As It 'Is, one leg, above the Lexington, Ky., o'oiock train Sunday morning. They Maxton, N. C., Asbevllle And New promise for the future. I

Saturday last, en route to Melbourneand ankle, Is pretty badly burned, and as. he nED AND WHITE BERMUDA ONIon will, return about the first of October. York Their many friends are glad to see The presence of several ladle and two

Fort Fierce, where he held services drew It from the hole Sets. .l.l O per bushel.! I. them home again.
scraped the,.skin RED AND WHITE BERMUDA ON. gentlemen, during the opening exercise,

on Sunday. off. :3t-8t Crenshaw Bros., Tampa, Fla Ion Sets. $'.GO per bushel. -Mr. Geo. Braddock and family, of Be- gave encouragement to the toaoh'era, and

MALLORY LINE TICKET FOR SALE, -Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Gibbons. arrived -Mr. Edw. C. Romfb, cashier of" the 24,8t Crensbaw Bros., Tampa, Fla. castlan, are occupying one of the Flag- Inspiration, to the pupil.

Fernandina to New York and Return, Tuesday, from Opopkaand Deland.At First National Bank of Miami, was a several ler cottages. Mra. F. C. Prang, of Vero, Very Interesting; and salutary remark r
Mr. C. 1.
who for
First-Class. Cheap. Apply at the the latter place they made arrangements northbound passenger on the morning Spear, I la also In Titusville, at Mr. Corwlns. were made by Major F. M, Taylor and .
weeks filled the of
ADVOCATE office, Titusville. for moving there on the 26th feet, train Saturday. Jle was Joined on Sunday position mall agent She had a long and serious Mines and Mr. J, Lorlllnrd, Jr. The auspicious beginning a
on the Tltusvllle-Sa.nford branch of the
-Mr. and Mrs. James Hogg and chI) so that Rev. Gibbons will be able to In Jacksonville, by his brother Mr. ha entirely recovered her health since the patron may trust, bespeak
F. E. C. Railway, owing to the Illness of
dren, of Jacksonville, were passengerson take some studies In Stetson University.Rev. Eugene Romfh who is also of Miami, Mr. fvlllos\ left for Jacksonville lout coming here. a ;year of very successful school work.The .

Sunday's southbound train, en routeto Gibbons, however, will continue to and they lefffor a trip to New York. enrollment was 112. The Excelslor :.
made Mis William of HookIttdg'
Friday afternoon lie quite a few Myra one
Melbourne, on a visit of two or three preach on his regular circuit. -Mrs. T. B. Hicks and Literary Society; was organisedon
baby, also friends during his stay In 1It "lIIe. most popular young ladles, who
weeks duration to Mrs. Hogg's patents, WHEN YOU WISH TO DIJIVB" call Master Charlie Sembler, arrived In town tae been In Key West, was a Wednesday/ and will have their
-A former subscriber to the ADVOCATE first
meeting on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode. upon the Titusville Uvery, at rear of on Thursday' last, to visit Mrs. Click's North-bouod passenger on Friday last
: [from Atlanta City, N. J. writes us
Judge A. D. Penney, wife and .Bobbins' law office, for a stylish; up- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sembler, follows en route to Jacksonville, where she Joined ,
: "Pleae send of Mrs.
me a copy W. G. Paterson one of the
daughter, little Miss Loll Ie, returned to-date rig., Leave yonr.oider for for a couple of weeks. Mr. Hlqks has a party of friends, and proceeded to.
your 'PInk Paper. I am looking for a popular society ladle of Cocoa was a,'
from Fort Pierce on Monday. Mrs. Penney all kinds of double and sldgle) hauling. been quite seriously 111 for sometime small hotel HI. Louis, to take In the sight of the
boarding house lu Floridafor
for Indian ,
passenger Wednesday Springs
'' and daughter, have 'been In Fort I Feed and sale stable a specialty. past, and came to Titusville hoping the the winter" If have a small Louisiana Purchase Exposition.Mr. 0. .
P you
Pierce for the past fix weeks, and returned J. M. OSBAN Tltuavllle Fla. change would prove,benflclal.
t hotel or boarding house to rent, you J, C. Oliver and charming
home In time for HttleMUsLollle ,-Lleut-Col. Geo. Left. Brown, who -A letter from Mrs. Albertlne Treut should advertise It la the ADVOCATE. daughter, Miss Bertha, will leave tomorrow -We understand that Charles Schultz, .',
to enter the Titusville High School. ler, who has been a fisherman of TltusvHle, had a narrow
has been In Philippines for the past summering In Chicago/ for Savannah and other points
and -Mlsse* Susie and Maude Teeter left escape from drowning at Cocoa, on Monday
two baa been promoted to Colonelof enjoying some extensive automobile In Oliver will In
-Mrs. E. E. Rollins, of Titusville, returned years Georgia. Mr. return
Saturday afternoon train for Fort
on last. Dr. Hugblett was summonedand
Sunday evening from an extended the 20th Infantry, stationed at Fort trips, says she started on Monday last, December, but Mln Oliver will enter
I' Pierce where Miss Maude entered succeeded In hint
for her upon resuscitating ,
' visit with relatlre and friends In Sam Houston,San Antonio, Texas. Col. elegant home at Eau Gallie. Bream College at Gainesville, Gat, at ,
\ her duties* 2nd assistant teacher In the
I Green Cove Springs and Raleigh, N. C. onel and )Irs. Brown expected to arrive Mrs. Trentler has purchased a fine two school the opening about the 17th Inst.-Miami -N. B. liroward, candidate for Governor
I publlo at that place, Miss Susie '
J Mrs. Rollins reports a most enjoyable In San Francisco yesterday, and may seated buggy, a cuckoo clock and a and tea brother, Mr. Edmund II, Teeter, New. and A. II. Newton, candidate for

' trip. Her many friend in Tltutvill spend some time, this winter In Tltu- graphophone and Is expecting to enjoy Prenldental Elector, spoke the Court
I. left on the 3 a, m train Monday, for
l' cordially welcome he/ back, as she ha Ille, a guest of Col. Brown'a sister, Mrs.F. the coramlng winter. She will also their home at Rex where Miss! Susie will For Kent. house, last evening.: Lack of space and,
make various ,
'I been much missed in social circles here. M. Taylor.Mr. : Improvements on her different time compel u* to forego the pleasure
J \ attend school during the next winter nine hours bath
( place at Kaa: Oak Cottage, a room ,
;,The Doctor and Mr. Rollins have again J. P. Wilson, who has been Oallle. and Mr. Edmund Teeter will attend the and laundry; completely furnished; .giving an extended account of the

taken up their abode at the gambler Cot- bookkeeper at Betide Pharmacy, Jack. school at DeFanlak Springs the beautiful and progressive village of same.

tage. During his wife's absence' the onvllle, for the put eight or nine FURNITUREDRY Indianola, Uerritt' Island Prefer to P

Doctor has been staying with Mr. and months, has accepted the position of GOODS Sandstone Brick, rent to private family but would rent Winter Hotel fed.

Mrs. I-. C. Bra no In lit. bookkeeper In the store of E. L. BradyA for boarding house, or to two small -
Winter hotel wanted
: Bro., Titusville, and will assume. his HIIOES.CHAS. Uniform Size and Color. Smooth families. Address owner, by notbern hotelman

Fishermen Wanted. new duties on the let .,rox. Mr. Ad he- and Hard. :No bats. Take Less Lime, A. S. HUMPHHV, to rent or run on percentage. '
A. GARDXEB: Titusville. Fla. 4-3t Address: Box D, Onset Mass
mar Brady who has held this position These are the reasons why you should lodlanoln, Via.S I .

Have good round bottom boats, nets for some time, having resigned on ao- use them. .

etc., and want good men to fish them. count of his health. 31 r. and Mrs. Wilson Furnished Cottage. For Itent. EAST COAST. LUMBER A: Hvfrir Co. Fine 1'roperty For Hale. AsIt Manager or Hotel Clerk*

Address.. OKO.: W. SCOBIC, are expected to arrive in Titusville -
For Kent. Two nice cottages adjoining each With excellent '
TitnavUle, Fla. on Tuesday next.Stoves Three neatly furnished cottage at -FuriiUlied. references want a
other In North Tltu v111e, with an acre position South for the winter. Wife a*',
Eau ;
Gallie, Indian River, Fla., for rent
Lovely cottage Indian river, of hammock and five acre of rich muck housekeeper or office asnlstant. Both i
This May Suit You. and Ranges.Jost at $100.00 each for the winter season. facing ,

,-- They contain four rooms each; stand seven room,aura parlor, completely furnished. land, suitable for truck farm. Good excellent .typist. Address, until Sept.

received, a carload of O. K. high,from the ground and command a ( Season (or year) $:iOO. BLA1H, river front. The larger cottage hWthree 15th,
In consquencft of ton owner', Inabilityto la Uerritt. Flay ( sleeping room and.a servant's room upstairs G. EMKRSOX: : Bo DOB,
tovea, and Ranges. Now your timeto beautiful view of Indian River. Fine near Rockledge.) o
return to Florida: the undersigned ; and a parlor sitting roomfdlnlng' The BIynman
For to
bay. prices etc., apply location and
congenial Rare
offers for sale, at a ba.rj s'a, his brother's JAMES PBITCIIARD A: Box. chance For further particulars society.address Jtefflnlratlon Notice. room and hitching below. The adjoining .. 24-91 Magnolia, Mass.

orange grove of 160 you';=r bearing TltusvHle, Fla.. J. A. GiJ.BjtrrT, cottage ha two sleeping room and -_- -1

orange and grapefruit trees, and a two tf .. Odessa The registration book of the town of errant' room la second story, and For Kent, Furnished.
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story frame house 5 including five acres Uraylnjf.. __, Tltnsvllle will/ be opened at the hardware sitting room dining room and klteblng -

of the finest vegetable land on Merrill's Cleaning and Pressing. store of Ja. Pritcbard A: Son on below. Large .brick cisterns to both Four-room Cottage. Poultry Ranch,

Island, Indian River, Fla.,.and two good Driving or hauling of all I lads prompt. Monday, Sept. U th. Book wm clone 10 boose.. Adapted for .a nice winter all completely )'ornlabed. for 13.00 a

wells.; Will sell cheap. Write to 11' attended to. Meets all trains. Stove All work done up-to-date. Call and daj prior to the day of town election. home. month, to white couple. Handy, scam

J. A. GlLBKBT, wood for sale at all times1. see me. Andrew Gibson, at kite Parlor ., n. n. PiLes, Apply to OEO.: U. HOBBINS, caD get plenty work beside. "B.4* y

tf Odessa, N. Y. E. H. HOLTE. Titosville. Barber Shop on Washington avenue. Town Clerk and Re a.t.aUoD Officer. TJtajvtUe Fla. Merrltt, Fla.


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Free'and our own. Then with a droop of ho. Opaao Uric Acid and Uravel Opaa_ It'si ,

I tired lids: "But wben she died after Cures a cofd la 24 hours. Coughs, Are canted by: tbe kidney's being unable Cures a cold In 24 hours.A .

Masons. being sick no long It was;hard, so hard. 1axatfv
Accepted bronchitis 'catarrh lagrlppe neuralgia; 10 properly liter( .tbe Impurities pleasant and agreeable ;paln- r
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to make bread. .You don't know bow effective. Prescribed by phyti
less yet
and headache together( with all feveilshcondition from he blood. Irving' buchu wafers
bard little HammlMh, but it will be clans and recommended by all druggists
!me the duly cute remedy for this con ,
of the for mineral /
They "enllyopen substitute
day invaluable
your turn some ; j syntem cleanse tbe kidneys from all as an
dillon I buy
Indian No 00 "Don't care." Hammlsh was wont : the bowels without griping act on worn out; material build ui> tbe shrunken pills and castor oil 100 wafers 25 cents

to reiterate scornfully "Will take my] I the liver tone nr (be system and: cause walls of the kidneys add prevent the atKeJ: Cross Pharmacy Tltutvllle. Fla
+ River TitunlUe.1.odge.
r i turn all right. Shall be a man." colds fevers and l headache to disappear formation of the urq| ucUI. Sold at DOcents For

*W N Florida. But now be felt vaguely that a man's like mflglo. Tbev do not, cause" ringing a box. Red Cross Pharmacy. Judging from what they have to show
Iin the headPrice 23: cent at the Rul
Holds. its meeting* the wand and fourth I'.so responsibility rested on him long ere Cross Pharmacy Titusville Fla. for It, Home peoples time must be .
47 of each month, a" their nxim.'Indlan' River be bud looked for It, for tbe battered "onnterfelt money.JndgeJDragging .
Hotel.Tltuillle, at 7.fie o'clock p.m. Borne astronomer ban written a bookt'on.t'I'nlng I
scuttle utterly empty. There was .
was Comet Far Ito.e.! -
T.H Handera, Wonihljiful Manter.K. ---- -
A. Marwtii' Senior Warden.M nothing/ In tbe pitifully bare room out Nose corsets lu three siren have the end of tbe universe.
8. Brine,Junior Warden of which tbe tiniest fire could be made, This lit. too liiuch like an angleworm I
I J. M. bison, Tnamirer. been introduced In France, says'Paris a
J.R Walker, "Secretary.jr. In bin search be lifted the faded curtain speculating on the great first cause. '
O.: Rlnok, Chaplain. which covered the box termed a i dispatch In. a London p.iper. By You! I
F.M.Taylor Senior Deacon. mentis of this 'InpceniuiiH contrlvnnctf Pains
!le R. K. Mime, Junior IMaonn. pantry. Not a fragment of food was Indies It In vlalmel. ."idually Oeuernl Kuropatkln has dreamed that
Steward.A. : nmy K!
O. H.Walton,Ronlor
I It dawned Hammisb
A. "Stewart' Junior Steward. within. on change the sli, pe of their noses, the he 1* to be killed l in battle. In that the .
I*. .,Tyler, If there was no food'as well as no
F. M. Wooten.Mar hal.OKDKIt mont dl.tl'rm1nl'l1 snub being converted reason 11'9 seems in no hurry to fight n
coal Malda might be*bungry. Again he
I Into n ftriu-eftil uoulllnp. battle, 2325 Keelev! St., ..

attacked her imperatively. .,. CHICAGO fu... Oct., 2, 1902.
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"Has you eat you dinner?
I suffered with falling and con-
Friendship. Chapter, No. 11,hold Its meeting "Uo Hannulsh," repeated the
away DRINK.
I In the Maannlo. Lodge room, Tltu.vllle. on tin gestion of the womb with severe . ... ..
} tint and third Tuesdays In each month at T::30p. girl. "ItW could I eat? There-wan pains through the groins.. 1 Buffered -

m. The following are tbe ofllcera of tin nothing.." terribly at the time of menstruation -

'' Cbanteri. Now, Indeed: the puzzled Jcnlgbt errant .1 + had blinding headaches
Mn.M: A. Rorlmgeour. W. M. ,as w
F.A. Morgan, W. P, faced a complex situation. Hl r and rushing of blood to the brain.

Miss Zandie. Htowart, Amioolata M.Mr "' mother, the deua ex macblna who always V\rhttt to try .! knew not, for it
B. R. Wilson Secretary seemed that I had tried all and
John At.IJIxon,Treiwnrer. remedied: all wrongs, would not Wineof
failed, but 1 had never tried
Miss Kate Stewart, Coniluotreii.
return until sunset How long did It
blessed remedy for
Mru.J. Kline, A octate Cou.Mm. Cardui that
r .J. K. Walker Until. take people to diet Would Maida sick women. I found it pleasant

Mr MrLOeo*.J. U. W.Oarrutlien.Bcobie, Aila Martha., really die before his mother's return I' ? ; hi take and soen knew that 1 had I

Mr. Oeo. M. Robbins, Knthor. Just because she was cold? Of wbom the right[ medicine New blood

t MIENAleptsKim..EMota.al. could be take counsel? He knew no seemed! to course through ray vein*. '

(,. H. Waltsm WardnrMm. one hilt his. enemy Nora. and after using, eleven bottles I

yi .T. T. Wetmore, nominal. Ile waylaid her In the corridor. war a well woman.
J. I. Cairn then. Chaplain..
"Oh, wait! he cried "Flease wait!
.. .
Iiow long dooR it take people to c.o.lItn. THE GREAT

A L ctiptfoN [\ freeze"No ?time" at all," said Nora scornfully t Bush is now in perfect HEALTH, DRINK.,

"ye lttle fool, ye!" health because she took Wine of

\ "And then"- l 1 1iti Cardui for menstrual disorders,
alTOff'iU "Then they' dig a cellar of a hole an' "IN THE GOOD
piling blinding
mm&S-sI Into :
slap 't'ln it!I" i iHli
all other remedies
; (? whisked out down tile corridor. headaches when "
su..ess.C11i and llunimlah went wearily to his Own failed to bring; her relief. Any OLD SUMMER TIME.

v+ quarters! and stood 'before the fire sufferer may ''It'cure health by taking
fenc e d in her home.
o n wnR7u. thinking\ Wine of

-'. For he was ,now facing the great i r The first bottle convinces the pa-

problem of self sacrifice which nil of I \; .. ..". I tient she is on the road to health.
t.It ., : : r9Q r+J
{ un meet sooner or later Either he ., ,. I :.' .
{ .
r L.. .:., For advice in cases requiring ,
i must burn his beloved: blcx'Us or Maid Ai, .... \
: 1i directions, address,
; giving
Qlaawuiasase ensd., must' freeze. Hither he ii>u..t warm :; : '1' special
Ladies' Advisory
1: 4' .. '''' .II symptorm, "The
s1. bin milk for her by the block lire oMuldu .1 \ "
O.da011laistq be did these '!:.;M.1'-y? ';.... .'of".., : ".. Department, Tbe Chattanooga
must K hunvryt If :I ;., .'. ..,. ..l.!'t."., ; Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn M TTO Is a delicious refreshing
two deeds! he would lose his playthings ,ti 't.\\ } \1.'l ..t. .

') alid his supper. .:.,rs... "n,7.\0. .....-4 Ii'ri})/ ft". 1 .. :;f'P.i.l. ... ;,t:.:. 4'{I\. i't; ..' WI f sCDUIb1 --_-- beverage made from ripe
The "Irion the bed took no heed ot ; .,..:.. .. ...,...: .... ..:,;:11 l :: ': ':L1 '.:. ">f".., oC' v t4 U"r.o:;' Saw Palmetto Benles. Absolutely free
.. ... \ --N: ..
ta7.. 1v ..'.... .. : .. 1's'\, YFi .. :." .
( .
.. _
"1 passing' time. She was In tbe las '1. .1 ........,.' '. ,.. : ,. ....; ". \4 ', .. .
.1. : ..... ;., ...1.I'i.'. .. ::\-1" '.'y' ," \ }' :"l.--i.t !>> '"':/ From pernicious harmful drugs. Metto
',J sleep before death, which the frost .. i.....- ,., ,".!,:i 'l.",'f'... ';'"\;. ...' .1 : _. :
'( king fills with exquisite. mirage :"';., :.fiiJ.: < .t. .: ::'tr! tg.4ili ;,' 'l\'/lti'l:',,'''' '!!; h.i:: : trro:: ; t' stimulates the Liver ttishts the Kld-

Then something troubled her A vole

wait calling culling Insistently l angrily !. A prominent Southern lady, Mrs. m, neys,'tacts directly on the bladder.

and with the voice floated a smell Blanchard of Nashville Tenn. tells Makes these perform their funo-
T;* The Midwinter of something, burning Then a sbril how organs

wall made her open her, eyes In earnest. Ions; In a natural way thereby keeping
she cured
;t Knight Errant Hhe sat up to discover Ilnmmlsh dancing was of backache, dizziness, pain-

frantically around n ttre, of block the system In perfect and ',healthy con.

i E By CLINTON DANCCRriELOCopyright In the'grate! on which bo\le a 'tin cup ful and irregular periods by the use of D..ere your con1dtnc I dition. .' .

of milk now running over the edge. K Pinldham's <. They have never
I "Dreadful smell Isn't it?" be Lydia Vegetable Compound. falltd-won't fall now ,
loot,by J. .. Mitchell shrieked": excitedly. "Come quick! IIui DEAR MRS. PINKBAM:-Gratitude compels me'to acknowledge Sold J seed y all Annual dalri.10O4 'J" .c:. ,

I 17! great merit of your Vegetable Compound. I have suffered for four years postpaid fra*.

L "Yea will bt after, fludln' 'em split She stumbled out somehow -the with Irregular and painful menstruation, also dizziness,pains in the back O.M.PBMR V ft OO. /

:l q Into klnillln' wood some day," said child must be attended to-And presently SUft&XS and fitful sleep I dreaded the time. to come which I Detroit,Mlon
I ly found herself swallowing the bo -Sold by----.
Norn maliciously, regarding Ham- suffering to me. ;

!1 it r uilrtb'a treasured blocks wlta an evil milk Hammlsh manfully farced on "Better health is all I wanted,and cure possible Lydia E. Pink- --
Tbe her. It brought new life to her veins ham' Vegetable Red Cross Pharmacy,
eye. position of general slavey lu | Compound! brought me health and happiness in a
I I and she Understood the miracle of the few short months. I feel like another f0LEY5i10NFXANDTAROUNS
a heap tenement doug not improve person now. My aches and pains Tltusville Fla.

!II l t one's temper "Do yea think ye canto Are and food. have left me. Life seems new and sweet tp me, and everything seems Oaldsi Prevent Pnjom.'..

i I''j keepln' a men of cblpa to play wld "Oh, you ,darling! she wept, clusp- pleasant and easy. .

I when we all do be ufferlu' crool for ing him closely.) "Six bottles brought me health, and was worth more than months "

I l' coal?" Uummlsh tore himself loose under the doctor's caret,which really did not benefit me at all I am sati&flad MISSING WORD CONTEST.

',; 'Don't know nuffln 'bout coal. Don't ""You are cwyln all over' me, he there is no medicine so good for sick women as your Vegetable

care," retorted Hammlah sturdily said. with masculine disapproval "Wa Com oundr and I advocate it to my lady friends in need of medical

i Five years old and gentleman unafraid the milk too hot lu you' stummlck?" help."-MRS. B. A. BLANOHARD, 422 Broad St., Nashville, Tenn. PRIZES offered for

: As they crouched together, by the fire 101
wus he. When women are troubled with irregular suppressed or painful menstrua the solution.
t they did not bear a knock at the correct
J I'reeently be bethought him to visit tion weakness leuoo rrh his special. friend the little seamstress" until Jt was twice repeated. bearing-down feeling. Inflammation of the ovaries, backache bloating (or

"d It on his own floor. Concealing precious Then it was Hanimtah who shouted JUtulcnoe), general debility, Indigestion, and nervous prostration,or are beset. Tropical manufacturers
Manufacturing Co. of the health
"Come In. Hamtulah ,who faced the with such .
blocks, be trotted off to her room O4K3 symptoms as falntnesa, lassitude -
I ii. BBS Drink METTO. will pay all prizes. The contest open to
stranger and Hummlsh who yelled excitability
and. getting no answer to his knock irritability, nervousnesssleeplessness ,- All. It's free to You l
; I pushed open the door and went boldlyIn. ihrllly with pleasure us he discovered melancholy all-gone" and"wanttobeleftalone" \
the sailor uniform and saw the little feelings, blues and I
I hopelessness, they should remember there is one FIRST PRIZE J
(1'1IlIrrot perched, falconwise on
I Why had Malda let her fire go out I tried and true remedy. Lydia E. IMnkhom's !
'' the sitllor's wrist. To the first one sending; In the correct answerjwe will! give a (beautiful ,lIfe
I'\ lie snuffed .
the air vegetable mice
biting doubtfully Compound at removes such "
The knight errant stood with feet I troubles. Refuse. to size picture In gilt frame entitled 'Purlt,. 1
\\1 j, wondering whore who was. Tben be buy any other medicine toryou
Thin I II of Metto tbe health drink
picture iymlxillcal great II
apart, as though the deck heaved nil'ler need the beet
f discovered her In a drawn heap on the which benetlu all and contains no dOle or harmful drug. t

"I bed. The tutu blankets were huddled him, and khouted triumphantly: A Severe Cane Womb Trouble Cured To the next ,5. . . . . . . 1.00 each

over her. On top were piled her threadbare "Ho's done c'OIUan': ;you wont: bave s In Philadelphia. ,. ". .. 5. . . . . . . .1 quart Metto'' each I

J; jacket and the wrapper Ibel had to be dug up neither" "DEAR MRS. I" NKHAM : -I have been II 20.) . . ,.. . .1-2 pint Metto each
A million I hour followed for those cured of female it.. . .1 Metto Ticket each
'j Leen'maklng for a firm. severe troubles by 1\ 79? '' '' '' '
HarauiJsa went to the bedside fooll..l1\'two under Hammltth's eyes for- the use of Lydia E. IMnkham'a ,. .

,; "Is you sick. Malda?" he asked petu. got everything but each other lie bud Vegetable Coin /ound. I was IT.S..yOU ,

; l\ lantly. He did not like sick: people. tbe gray parrot and the stranger's,, nearly ready to gfve up, but seeing PEOPLE. ...KNOW A GOOD.........WHEN THEY.. .....IT ARE

'..f The girl opened a pair of great violet Dockets to to explore himself' them belnlglv..n, while the permission tire- your advertisement I purchased one bottle USERS OP.... ....IN.... "GOOD.. f.. .S UMMER..J..
: eyes and regarded hi in. of your medicine and it did me BO muchgood : :

.1 "Not sick" she Bald slowlyJest; txtruruguutly replenished: shot up and that I purchased another and the result was so satisfactory that I

cold. I'm truckled guyly. bought six more bottles and am now feeling like a new woman. I shall Cut out tlils-Coupon nil In the blank
freezln' to death. It's taken
... .......
a'ACel blank NAME:
to each
l ono apace S.
To the his Ipvestlgu- be without it. I
strange things never hope that testimonial will
I I;, 10 long hope 'tis come at I..IU". my convince women tbe whole to make an approprlute ten ,

"Does freesr.lu' to death mean you Join produced: the brown hairedeeamstresa that your Vegetable Compound is the greatest medicine In the world tense ailveitinlnc: Matto am| mall to P.O........"......... ................. ..... .
paid no attention, for the for falling of the womb female crjrnTjIairifo t9 \1r
or a.nyother
'v golu' to die?" a. MAT the TROPJCAl M'CO. CO., '

..y....." The blue lips scarcely shaped golden; dream of love was reiillty bud the CoDY, 2660 Birch St., Philadelphia Pa. 14WeatAdamsStreet.. County...................State,.. ........ ..
loping, the faithful waiting not .
the word but he caught It. Jt distressed Remember every woman Is cordially Invited to write to Hrs. Jacksonville, Florida
been: in vain. And when< .love must put
Pinkha.n It there Is -
him grently by virtue of knowledge anything about her symptoms alto does not
tbe llrBt correct received the prizes. Sent lo
101 gets
newly learned from the resourceful aside human despair In order to enter understand. Her address lit Lynn Mass. her advice b free and :jyBemeniber answers tbe .
at once' to
I Nora, who bad been trying to Us own kingdom be becomes radiant Cheerfully given to every aWn;;'wowan who asks for 1t.Write. your answers

with beauty that those who have not _.._ _._. .
-- ------- -- --- -- TROPICAL
the child
frlshjen with stories otdenth's ,
S endured lunch for bin sake never see,
!grim paraphernalia. lie seised Next: morning Hammlsh ate his I 14 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
her shoulder In ibis. baby bands and for
_. ..
\ breakfast with great gusto for a big our -

i,,. tried"Don't to shake Olel"bur.he cried piercingly. niakot of various fruits was In the lit. cH.: : .esBzvr2: : &; OO- ,

tie and he himself was allowed .
"You laid Jack was comln home to COMPLETE SIT. .eta w. Nay: at., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
a t huge yellow orange.
marwy you: How can he
marwy you
Nora helped clean off: tbe table-com--
'J If you Is dead. Do you fink be would
rt4 lag in for a share oC fruit and then re-
dig you up? = O0"
marked Crossly: 1 ". PRICE ULh .
t 'Ob, UunmilBh.! said the girl very QTS,
*'l> litter'rPl umbt>rln' to kape
.; faintly, ''plell o go, iiwnyt! It will belonfc' ei ;yerould ,
: blocks of It's burn lrnc
I m > out my way or ixpltras '
HO long, In-fore be comes I cannot r
In' t-ia I'll be.
\1. live till then. And they told me 4 LIST .PREPAID
Hammlsh swallowed! hand One soil-
..4V '
i' (there was. no more work after this
tary tear splashed on his. pinafore. /
.11 ,
When Jack routes tell him I wasn'tAfraid Fl
They are burnt a'ready, bo said
[. down of-there.the grave." It must be warmer rlth stern dignity, for he felt bitterly For all; kinds of

bat this was Nora's triumph.
f 1 t Conscious that he was growing
"It's. lyln you b >," retorted Nora QT
cold himself, HonimUh, fired with a
a Ii Here at leant: be could prove ber -f % z
widen resolve made for the battered Ii WHISKIES
rrong. He threw wide the play cute
coal scuttle. Ho would make a fire
Ihlm' plt. board door entering to confront herr I 4.

.ramutlcally with Its tlreur emptiness. [
For if Jack rame home and bad to iti': itU
But, oh miracle! From the ashes of' ..
s Idlg Malda up might be not hold him WINES
the burned: blocks bad arisen such 1
1 t jUIatnmlsb) responsible? How often
cubes. Bud squares as be had not deemed -
1 Mazda had told him proudly of her big, .
pOHSlble. He saw from his mother's
(warm hearted sailor who was comingcroKii
t t smile that they: were bin-all bill! u y
tile great lIen8.11 )
and BEERS.
". With a shout he sprang at them, and
\ ) I was in no such place as this
laldn and Jack were forgotten as
(when I I't' knew me! and courted me." j
1 would swarms of soldiers manned new forts '
;k alas July more proudly I still :E3O-vVIDN': Mao.,

I" :Matuwy uiid. 1 hail u little house< of or thronged to wild attack. tC Jacksonville Florida. A. renU for the Pabst Brewing Co. 1


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE SEfTfiMBEU, t'5' 1901..: Al ,, :'::: 3

I .a of the Rtste, of Florfla Is hereby-amended' so as government Hi*bowers of -amy, umnlrfpaliVsr'number ; ] I NOTICE.: : 11h'

Professional Cards. NOTICE OFELECTION to read as follows; of isuiiliSlpailtlci-\ ..-i tlum MieMwUolaof .
n class sbaltbe ,alll. >' !i ,
:. .
I "Section II. The Circuit Courts shall havs -
exclusive eaiglnal jurisdiction In all CKSKS In 1! $'SecttoiH! .rticIeYIll. .u, the ( ouuatuu I ; '
I M. BOBBINS equity. Also in .al ca.e* at law not eotiiilnalila of I he Btate efltorlila, 1 Is .hfrvby repoaleuutThe \, '.. .k'l
G by inferior" onrts, nml In all Oases Involving I.I Xotlrt Is ffffvitm( the described lands will bo sold at ',
!: A3. THE LEOISr.ATTKK! OF 1003 the. of asse-suiunt or "'II. ut hereby rolowllJ
N ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR WHERE. the Oon..tl "tton of IsMS of the the action legality of ejectment!any tax, and of all, notions Involving I' votes east. hi con-i.liuhctt, wlih said pr*>- public iiiiction on tint rtrdVUij-of Octoh.r. ( in front of tli$ door of the 'IownCoisnoil

State of Florida. illil. 1 .a... seveu JointResolutions the titles or boundaries ot .-( imiaie.nnd pvunl AiiieuUtuuuW nml tlm cniiTaiu, County of Brevard, tate of Florida, or no

g AT-LAW. :of the i 1.'I'.lh.1|State' (01 amemlments"'111I Ma. anti to the the mine Constitution of all orlinliml cases not HuuiBitile by Interlor and reiulnn-ttienHif, shall" mintected to much thereof as will be nei-wsary to pity the amounfj due the town of Titus
ronrts anil original jurlsdlotli.il so
Will practice in State and' United States were "ajrrwert 10 by a ..i>te of tlirve-fourhs uf all tion of forum'bie entry and. unlawful delaln..r.an.1 provluVa the .same by recwattons law (or Uouorii and restiictlmis Kiecttou* as In the are Vllle, Florida, for tOWI tax***, herein set opposite to th ? same, together with

. the members' eleoted to each House" ; that theVMM of such other matters as the Legislature atAteof: Finius.ItTsttMon\ ,. costs of such sale ( i advtrtflng. .
Court. on saiil Joint Resolutions entered .
ware up.on .roV'd.. Th.aball have final appellate -
may '" .
their respective: JournaU, with yea* and nay'thern jurisdiction' In all civil aud criminal. oannsUlng I : T wiiKHKOf: I have .hereunto .
& Office at TrruBVHXB, P.A.c I and they did determine I anil ilirort that !: in the rountyy; court, or before the set flu", hand and alllxed the (treat .i'., S a'I
tile ...1 county judge and of all misdemeanor. and civil I (L "I Seal Florida, at Tallahassee
c elevtorsortheatateatthe. Qeiirral r.leotleu; In cases tried In tbe court of record, of judgments (lie. Capitol this the first day of .2 a .:

GAULDEN, Nc.y..mbttr.IOO4. or sentences nf any municipal court and August A. I>. IINH. ASSESSED TO flESORIPTION. g 1= H S
: j"L. Now, THKHIHUKK I. H. CLAY CRAWFORD of all cases. arising detore justices uf tile peace H. CL.VV CRAWFURn, ,. & a -Q
., Bucretarv ui the Ektate uf Florida, do hereby itlvenotice in comities in which there I* no county abort Si'cretnry of State. c oE
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. that aGENERAL or court uf record, and sii)>ervisloit and Sri.p.Iiate To J. P. 1IROWX, Sheriff or Hretard County. f Q. < 1
I jurisdiction of matters arising beforeoounty : h r E o .Q o
Will praotloeln all the Courts of tb. Stateot ELECTION : judge pertaining
Florida, awl the United States.Courtl. dIction or to the estates and Interest of iniiiorx. M. Goldsmith.,5))4'r. Putt of of Dt JIB : i

a. U Box 213. TmrsVtLLK FLA. will next be held In eacb County lint In Florida In on November Tueaday -. and may of r.''e.ot 1'he' matters circuit courts a* the and Legislature;:: judges: NOTICE OF ELECTION. S "0." I>"I 285 HIt . . 33 1'ES" : 4S.f\ I 00 s
niooeeilinit toe Monday ,
., A. 1>. twi4. the saltl Tuesday boniK the shall have power to issue write of mandamus E. H. H"".. .:,.. : 1'art of .S\VJi of SKJ. 3d'. DeeS. li;' ':
t Int motion quo", arran to.c.rtl..rarl.II..hlbltllll.| HH "Y, page :11.. . . ::13 2.ai 6 1 70

.:;;:- I F' J. WEBB, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER to naoeas tbe.complete corpus and eaercise all writs uf tuelr proper jurisdiction.Section or iieuessivry. TOTHK SHERIFF OP IIRRVAUO COUNTY O. 1). FloodUnknown . : All Block 10, ex. 8W corner ': ',:) '

Stats of Florida: Bio*'* .ul1ltlol to Tltusvllle.N 33 21 : (it
A.TTORNEY-AT-LAW for the riulrlcatlon rejection theiald Joint 24 of Article V of the Constitution "
: ; that t H. CLAY CRkVF'ORD. .. : of 'fltul addition .
Resolutions proposing Aiuenduiont to the Constitution of the Ktato fit .Florida I. hereby amended so lie It known, ; '1
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th of the State w( Florida I vU: aa to read as follows I Secretary of State,nf the Stale uf Klorlda. do. toTltusvlllv . . . 3. 21 : 1 70 \

hereby fflvv notice, that a . I and 10, Block F. y'
Circuit. Taxes for non-residents the of lart J.ntl '
paid application
ARTICLE XXI. "Section 84. TTpon a majority Uknown. il. 64
s DB :WO.( ::1 2 $ $ 2 :
and rents and accounts collected. uf the registered\ voter. of any countyin ENERAI.. ELECTION: page : '
". That th" following amendment to the Constl- this. State the Legislature; shall eatnbllsh In A. Goldman . N m> feet Lot 1 1. Block O.. e.. 3 2: ff ffJ..Ooh.tt.t

TITU8VI .L'B:, FLORIDA. tlon of the State ot Florida be.and the faiue In, such county a court (if record. and there shall will I lie held In Brevard County,Stale of Florida .. O. 3
hereby a retnI to, and shall be submitted> to the be one judge for earth, of the said eou rea who the SplrtJotllBlok .. ::
eleotun 3t the State at the general elvotlon InNovember a",1 on Tuespay next 1..1".11111 first MondayIn L. A. i4: DB "
shall be a praotioins attorney-at-law. whoshall
I Nove-aiuer, A. 1>. im, the said Tuesday tieiug. I \
D. PENNEY IUO4 for ratification or rejeotlou. appointed. by the IJoveinor ail- onuHnutxl the ., .5 'U," patfe304..t! .., 3 22 ;

'A. Section Six of Article Eight of the Constltutlon by the Senate The and. who shall hold l his M. O. Vanlnndlnjrliani 'f'\

.o as of to the read. State follows ot Florida! U hereby amended judge orHn*! for of. said four courts years.shall be annual|>aid salary quarterly of the by EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER . .-u . 'V?1/1ot Lota 3 and 4, W nb :'",
aa :
( ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the county where snub court U established, anil ..... ,'i ,I old Blonk 3, I>fH. DBrJE S

TITU8VILLB, JFLOBJDA. Suction o. The Legislature shall provide for shall -tie aa. follows In counties of less than For.. u.five... ((3),Itepresentative Presidential Eilltlt.of the Sind. Congiwes.lumns.l J' \V,.sage 1S3 .. . Z.J22 :
the election r-jr the <]uallnud elector of each ttf eon thousand population, one thousand ilollurs -
", county of the following county ottloera t ; In counties of from Hftoen thiiusaud to District of Florida( In the Fifty-ninth Cuuugross Mt tl. J. T. l'rllt. Xl' of Lot 1 and 2, W uhUtv. -.; S SS
Will practice In all the courts of the 7tbJudlcl'a1 thirty thousand population' sixteen ho n.triuddollars ; of the United Hiatea. old Bloctc 4, Dex. IHLlzxi AQtc"DD"
A clerk of the circuit court, FOr (lovnruur ot the Slate' of Florida.
a sheriff. 0011- lu counties of from thirty thousand to I
Circuit. table, a oounty assessor of taxes, a county. tax forty-Ave; thousand population, two thousand Secretary. State of tins State uf Florida. plrre I: ... tJi22
collector a county treeamror a superintendent. dollars ; and in counttos, of more than forty-itvethoiaiuid 41 Attoriiey-OtiiHirsl( uf the State tit Florida" < nloE. . Lot 0. TC Block 4.X'j .

of public instruction and a county surveyor.The population, twenty-four hundred dollars "" Comptroller of the State of Florida.. E. 1C. IU'.t. . opfnuf Lot I, Book t 0, I>eit.ln"V"najre .

G.A.. FROST, term of office of all county oflloere mentioned ; and all criminal court of record now established .. Treasurer Huperlutemlint of the of State 1'ulillo of Florida Instruction of S )} ,. . '
In this HlRte, shall the ado
In this Hactiun shall be for four years, lion of this amendment. become upon and lie ttrmrte, | tlie State' of Khirlila. E. II. JUte, . Ki, rot2llockftDcs.DB"X) ," '

A TTORNEY.A T-LA W, assessor except that of taxes the term, county,if office tax of collector the county aniloouutv f record as herein provided. and all ollloors ..... Commissioner of Agriculture of the Btate rungS2ItI . '.' . . 8 i

Will\ practice In aU the Courts of the 7th tNaaure"l shall. be for two years until of suolt of auoh criminal, courts and of discharge record shall the be duties out of FhurIla.h"or Una.Justice' of the Supreme Court of the Unknown. \ . X -40 ft. Lots and U, Block l n.) 8 Collector.'f: '
curs courts
Judicial Circuit. the .. on ID November liMIt!. at wnlch and receive the emoluments of auoh until the State. 01 lurlila, fur six years.For JelrOuyl.I.! . Lot 8, Block 2,1. . . . S f2
election shall be elected for .
,. years each'they, and thenceforth all comity terms of olHoers four expiration of their present term of ottloe. the Slate Three uf Jiistloes Florida.For .. of the Supreme Court of (Qrlgga {\. Loin I ant 7, Block A. J'llller'l

TITUSVILLK, FLOKIDA.QTEPHK nanietl III this section shall be elected for terms Section !9S, of Article V, of the Constitutionof one Kail road Commissioner for the Btate I ; d.htol. to. . ::1 22

of four years. Their powers duties antI com the State of !Florida Is hereby amended so of Flnrl.'... I F. Moore ... J!. S1*' :, ,Toynerile "ddlton
penttatlon shall be prescribed by law aa to road. as follows. i For State Senator for the 13th SenatoriaV DIstrtrt to 2 l
T E. FOSTER:: of the State of Florida. S. 1ltulv1 : :
,; "Section !28. The Court of Record shall have For One Member the House of Ri'prosout- I,'. Moore 1 I}i ( all Lot< 17, .Toy-

ARTICLE XXII. exclusive Jurisdiction all criminal oases not lives" ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW.l capital which shall arise In said county and "
That tbe following amendment to the Constitution < of all oases at law. In whlon tile domauil. or For.. Sheriff.Couuiy Judge. S yule . , . 0 2:

-Jyal-Upchurch Building Jax. of the acute of Florida be and the value of the property dues not exceed one. thousand .. Clerk( ol! the ClraultOmrt. I :K. a. ItarrN '. ;1. Blciok 3>1, Flat Book ,T, pairo 101 4

same Is hereby agreed to. .and shall be submitted itnlUrs, acid concurrent with the circuit I. 1'rowKintlilK Attorney. > K. G. harris ." S part: Oor. Lot 1, D"K.J>U .
JAOK80XVILLK,. FLA. to the electors of the State at the ireneral court shall have exclusive! jurisdiction of uro- County Assessor of Taxes.
election in 1U04. for ratification or rejection .-...hnflt relating to forcible entry and unlawful ... Tax Cullmitor. \ .5 page 285..1 22 ( ,

detainer of lands and tenauient ,, 'I Countv Trwamiror. I). Calrd . : Lota A and, Morrow's addition*

S. BURNUAM, M. D. Section a of Article 12 of the Constitution is (County nuiMirlntendent of PuliUa Instniotion. toTItiIe'llle' . 4 22 :
N. amended Beef Ion M of Article V of the Constitutionof
hereby so as to road as follows: -
the srte of vtnrtila. is hereby amended so
For Purveyor.
.. Section Till. Each county shall be required an, to read as follows i .-I Five County: Cniuinlssliiners.. VAN T. ,
SURGEON and SPECIALIST to and collect County
assess annually for the "
"I'Iort'ot $ ..
publio free school* therein a tax for not less "Section 3d. There shall be six terms (lot the llirae Meniliers of the C'oiinty Hoard> ofrumiuiiu Marshal and Tax
Ear, Nose and Throat. three (1) mills or more than seven (7)) mills on Court of Record In each year. Instruction. ,
Fur Justloo nf tne I'naco In and for the follow- '
.. ,
the of all taxable
dollar property. In the snme. -- -- "--'-----'----- ---- -
WKST: PALM BKA.CM FLOKIDA.t Section 27. of Article V. of the Constitutionof IngJiistlue 1.MM t riots, via I
the State of Florida Is hereby auieneUuU so 10. No. No No No fo after InvestIgatIon of the disease
ARTICLE XXI1L ... to read as follows I I 1\I II Itl\ :34II cold storage hOUses coolod with l'e It' ''*,!
different of the
\ T M 11 .. rather than tile usuiil chnrgen of a I'oc'url in par.
I ,R. HOUGHTOX'S following! amendment to the Constl- "Section' SIT. There shall. be for ouch court a .it 13 IH \. pay country
) tuTCo the State'of Plorlda be and the same of record a prosecuting attorney to I lie named 4 V 14 inft 50 rents per barrel for cold storage tucomnierclal
Is hereby agreed to ami shall be submitted tIre. county .solicitor who sPell lie apixilntod' by 10 W/ \i0 .. I and further The bundle bllckenlnt and dry end
J' FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENT to the electors; nf the stun at the Governor ami confirmed. by the Seutte, and I For Constable' In and for the tollowlllllDI.-: warfboulf rot of the of the
.election.. NoYeuntierA. U. lix*, for ratification who shah bold office fur four years. Ills com trl"",. via i that hlUhlte cellar do not make *ntUfactory ar .tag. field

on the rDentos or rejection.Section peniatlun shall be fixed by law. No.. TCo. No' N.. Ni>. storage roonm In IlllnoU. same diMeltSS. This
flection 28 of Article V of the Constitution 1 6 II 1$ WJ ( In the underground stem and iDehorsilsiar
I III of Article y. of the Constitution .. The temperature tin brf more easIly
: T 11: ITM
t Now ON TJtK;ljfDtAN RlVEli. snail be and Is hereby amended so as to read as of as the to read State as follows of Florida t lit hereby amended so I 14 IS controlled In building above tbu A fungus I II always present the

.\ follows jSection 4 9 14 III TIClfr bundle ,of the tub -
lit The Legislature "Section\ All offences. .", alli. In the courts B 10 15 811 .. ground than those built In the ground. darkene and
may organize In amount
\ FLBK, such eouiuies as le may think \ of record shall be prosecuted upon Information Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto .purlDI 4ltr.
proper county under oath, and be filed at time, hand, and affixed the (lr at shown this
courts which shall have J iirlsdlotion of all oases. at may any set my Prom the Fi.iul. t b
law in which the demand or value of the wh.tiertimeoouuitlui, In session or not, by the tL. B.3 Seat uf slum Stale of Florida, nt Tsllahsawe Bsillnsl AU.U. "
Stockton A Budd Building/ MalnnSt., Involved shall not exoeed five hundred property dollars! county solicitor, but the grand l :jury or the ) the Capltnl. this the first lay In the experiment made lust um- "tularlum.
Ja'okaonvllle. of circuit court for the county In which salt court of BepteiiilH, A II.IWM The above ground symtoms an aloW
Rooms:S", 16, 17. procMeillnicstvlatlnp- the forcible entry or mer In alfalfa front tIle held we
of record Is Indict for offences CLAYWRaWFOKH.
held tn.able b.I'ul
may H.
unlawful detention. of lands. and tenements, and change of color mere or lea
DENTIST. of misdemeanors and final appellate jurlsdlo. I In the:court nf record. Upon the "finding: Secretary 01 Stats.. .were secure I good quality of dwarol.
tlon In civil oases arising In the courts of the of sunh Indictment. the circuit l judge shut, ] To J. 1'. BROWN. Bheiltr' of HrevardCounty, bay from alfalfa which wa rolling ,or / leave and
CfOWD and Bridge' Work. justices of the peace. commit or ball the Moused for trial In the qourt bale finally a wilt of the foliage and the
of record 1. and the county solicitor of said court when It wo* well nnd fit to stack '
Porcelain Inlays The trial of such appeals may be de novo at the shailiinuuiediateiyfththeremn, and Infinnatlonbased COLD STORAGE HOUSES. but hay curP wa fully cured falling down of the stem
option pf the appellant. The oounty Judge shall upon such Indictment upon which Information bale
The first : In the tuber
t 'nl !.-cla s Plate work.foLP.hIlONEYARDTAR. be the jude of the county court, and sliall be the accused shall be tried. polled badly. obnvrvutlon wa symptom ar
an attorney: at-law. !*. Preietlesibllltr .f Btorlnsf Apple Tie nearly always the stem end Jn tbe
Section 211\), of Article V. of the Constitution made that the buy which wu baled a
There shall be elected by 'the qualified elect of the state of Florida Is hereby amended suas and Oilier Fruit uu the Scares. from the field retaliiod I moro leaven for of brwne or blackeoe vascular

on of said county at the time when the said to read. follows The large void Htornge boiiMtm In the bundle Dciriig thl* stag tbe die
than usual with alfalfa baled from
judge" Is elected a prosecuting attorney for said wu
s.,sUdre.i ..,.. a. ....,.. ??'"*. who .""" hold rfflo for four years. Section 211. There shall be no county court cities! are usually coolod by mei'huulculrefriKerntlon the k. In fnvorubl weather It I I. ease the tub.rl are sound externally.
In anv where a court of reaord is atl
His duties and
oompsnsatlon .h..1l11t' prescrIbed I tablished.Rertlon. This method !I. too expensive :- The dark stain In the vessels may finally
by law. Such courts my be abolished at the my opinion that the cured alfalfa may
pleasure of the Legislature.Frovideil i fur UNO on a'mdull scale In' the extend to the eye end of tbe tuber.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 90,of Article If. of the Constitutionof \ safely baltll.I'om the field, and there
that all onnnty judges holillnir said the. State of Florida Is hereby amended so eountry. Ice and the natural temperature I b no doubt If the can bo saved Tbe fungus attacks the plant front

OF MEDICINE rnCHMOND' office at the ratification of this amendmeni: shall as to ..read.as follows, : must'be relied upon The Illlnol crp tbe soil and winters over In the
and In this that the baledbay .rb
VIRGINIA. continue In the way
or the duties thereof Section 80 The clerk of the oourt of recordshall htldl
utatlou. lius the
reported to
M: ;!!? !IIE-DENTln-PN I ARM ACY scoontfnK to their respective. lommlsslnne and he elected by the. elccti.ru of the county experiment can put on the market at I less' In land frequently planted .

until tbalr successors are duly qualified and In which the court. Is ..established and shall hold detail ot building a storage house on Cost than when It I* baled from the It can probably maintain Itself Indefi
Modern labormtorlas U charge of tpoclallitl.Qttls provided further that when any county court office for four years, and his compensation pable of holding Ice for / thetemperature.
controlling nitely.
( s,,_ Superior Clinics.I shallhereafter[ be established In any county In shall be Axed J by law. The sheriff of the. county tack. Car mutt be taken however,
this Stata the county jndire. of said rounty shall Thin house WAit built .. A copious use of fertilizer such *
shall be executive olllcer of said court; his a
Bedside teaching In our own Hospital.FovcUrtsiliKl hold his. ofllne and Dot to bole wben the bay 4* damp. and
perform the duties
; Information writeTHg; PBOCTOK. the county ooutf until hi. term of om of 10 judgeof shall" duties and fees shall lie fixed by law. ehcnply. a. possible and for tho moat after baling the buy must be 11 mo, phosphate, nlrt and potasa,

expire. Section 81. Article V, of the Constitution of pare by unnkllled labor. It cout when under shelter and not allowed ItOn 1.lt. did not planb t overcome
tl be
the State of Florida, Is hereby amended so as
completed! $3,430.40. the dlsoaae.
to read as follows i come On the other band the elfalfu '. .
ARTICLE XXIV. During the ncanoa 2,000 barrola of up wet The disease In stored potatoes
The Largest and Most om- not be allowed to becometoo cotnue
That the following amendment to the Con.stltutlon .. Section circuit 81.court All, a;: :1'1o be practice applicable'governingthe to thus I plod wire placed In .It by, Oct. 0 and dry that It looses Its leave and and If ar kept In warm

plate Establishment South. of the Statfl of Florida be, and theme courts of record and Ml laws relative to criminal seventy tons of Ice put In the ivfrltftT 1 room the loss during the winter I.
"* become
hereby agreed to and brittle. the In
15 shall be submit courts of record shall apply to courts of Ity putting hay ,
ed to the electors of the State at the general record. of he had from ator. The temperature of the storage likely to be large.
Changes venue may a the cock In the stage and allow.lug .
GEO. S. HACKER & SON election In 1IXH. for rstUicatlooor rejection. court of record another of fell lifter the Ice wltr
: to court record or room rapidly was put to in will Diseased tuber should stored In
cure it b
That SesSion 10 of Article 0 r the to the circuit court ot another county fur the I tlt way remol
Constltu.! In about S3 F. and this tern
to degrees and used In the
thou, ot the State ot Plnrid.. I. hereby amendtttJo same causes, and ,under the laws providing for IJ good condltol fol bating. for I eonIdemtie I cool dry room ear,
AI to read as follows r the same causes. an pcrheL-A 31. Tea Eycfc lu b fl
for ohanglnv tbe venue from the circuit. court
Section 10. The credit of the State shall not of one county to the circuit of another county tnlnPtI throughout the experiment. Time Kiinsu Fil rluP'Ion't .
be pledged or loaned l..' any Individual company The Oovtrnor may, In his discretion order the cost of fitornuo per barrel of fruit In Infected land should to
corporation or association; nor shall the circuit judge. .having jurisdiction of the circuit b pilot
Btate .become a joint owner or stockholder In court of any conntv, to hold a specIal term, n? thin building up to April 23. or about other crop for a sertea Te.

any company msoclstlon or corporation. The a court of record of such county for the purpose even months. wan 19.1 CelU. or 30.1)cents ) Neglect Your Kidney tatively fend It would be beot to exclude .
Legislature. shall not authorize any county, city of trying oases In which the judge of the court
borough township or Incorporated district to of record Shall be disqualified. 1'artles to any IOHII than the usual chortle for apple or they will soon undermine your health also toiuutoes, eggplant and pepper 4

iM-comeattockhurilerlnany company associa cause at law In a court of record shall, have Btorage B_s4>il upon thm results Tliose backaches, swollen, feet spots from ucb land.
tion or corporation or to obtain or appropriatemoney the same right to trial by judites ad libel or
furor to loan Its credit I to any oorporatlon by referees .. may exist under this oonstltntlon it In wtlnmted that the bulldog If before your eye and especially the 'bl greutoMt cure should bo taken to

asMMilatlon I Institution or Individual. except or the laws In reference to cases lu elr stored to its full capacity ench year general worn out feeling In the mornllit void tho Infection of healthy land by
that the Legislature may authorise municipal cult courts or may, If tile jnd'' e of the court ofrronnl are sure sign of kidney
corixiratioiis to relieve from municipal, .be disqualified' transfer the cause to the would pay for Itself In live yenr. trouble.I"IfI'1 the planting of ill.eiim d tube.1
S taVatlon for curb perIod of years as to the mun circuit court of the county In which such court The fruit In the building was examined biicliu wafers cleanse the ', tubers designed for seed
icipal authorities may seem proper any mannfaotnrlnir of record may lie.Section the shrunken walls of the kidneys, l\ould ct
from time to time during tor-
enterprise that may locate within, the ; removing the cause and the pain with It. at the It"l end and'carefully. Inspected
82 of Article ,,
V. the Constitution
salrlmnnlolpalliy.but no ....'h exemption shall age. Without exception It kept well.
be for a longer period than nf teen ... of the State of Florida, U hereby amended so Hold at M cents a box by the Ited Cross ..bfurl planting.
MANUFACTURERS OF .n. as to read aa follows There wn. no cold. no withering. The Pharmacy, TUusvllle, Fla. ".Mt tuber should not b thrown

"Section W. Courts of record shall be alml. fruit rrmalnnl plump and In perfect on tbe manure pile.

Doors Sash Blinds. ARTICLE XXV Ished by the Letrlslstnre, only. upon a petition e D<.llton and the percentage. of rotten
01 a majority of lh. regl .terml voters of the DRY ROT OF POTATOES. ---
That. tbe following amendment to the Consti i wa. mall. The results. are
where such court I. established. trol.
Material.Office union of the State of v"r Clt1e>.
Mimlding &: Building Florida Iw. and Is herebv
the of
agreed::: um smut tl"*" be Submitted to the electors to plainly how utlt1 A ...!... mad Very. WMlr S prea4 C. L tench of Connecticut nay the

A Warerooms. King opposite ?* th.\8.t.taat, luot, ratification the general or rejection.election In Novemher ARTICLE XXVII Ice.building Commercial of thin l character clt apple by Disease Isj the Celled *!..... pain the operation of dpbornlnl has

Cannon Street.Ch'arcston Bectiond of .roWfn A potato disease' common over a considerable been ov"reetlnmti-d. ( .
Article XVI shall be amended so That the following amendments. to Seetlon 2ri. might to In ( house
as to read M follows afor mia portion of the United State Ity I I. practically The shrink.
] S. C. Article III and Section 14, Article' III and the and grently to their proflU.t'ndrrarosind 10tblna.
Section a. The Legislature shall provide for repeal of Section 5. of Article VIII of the Con.stitntionnf I I. variously known a* bundle blackening axe In the milk bute fat yield of
the pe.d U publication and distribution of all the State or Florida lie and are Baosne.Another .
stein rot dry end rot a dry rot dairy rows U nnd
laws It may enact. All decisions of the 811.preme hereby agreed to.and shall be submitted. M the all .lu&1 temporary,
Sash Weights! Cord am Court and all laws. and judicial decision electors of the ...... at the general electIon' to problem studied by tbe lame It 1* sate to sny that dry rot extenl.on. The worry, pain cruelty of animal
shall be free for be held In November A. 1>. loo*. towlf.fVect.lon tatIon wa whether the srijnll
publication by grower to the
any person. the to CaIRn., east Atlantic to tln-lr >ifiHt l 1. tlluilnated when
Hut no Judgment: of the Supreme Court shall 2j Article tit,of the Constitution of of fruit could afford to in ulat. A cellar nort .
to the gulf of Mexico aad these InstrtniK-titii of
Hardware, take effect until the opinion of the court InanchcsessliaJtbe torture aro re-
the State) of Florida, Is hereby amended so auto
cool with during the
flied with the clerk of said anl it Ic early
read as follows t nlo\e. and the lack of ft-nr and the _
t I' Window and Fancy Glasf court. part of the SIMIHOQ and later
Beotian M. The Legislature. shall not pass. den iiulet contentment of the Indlvliluals
special ..r local laws In any uf the following enumerated Upon the natural temperature. of are at once noticeable
A SPECIALTY. ARTICLE XXVI. caoes: that is to say, ngnlatlmr the eoncltMlon arrived at from this work tie 111

'Jurisdiction and duties of any Haw of ..ntc.n. are the It 1 I" A warning has bwn.trlven to
Hertion I 1. of Article V. of the Constitution or for the punishment of crime or misdemeanor i iex t effect that lot et-onom- WOlh

uf the Btate of I'lorlila I.. hereby amended so ...pt for the enforcement of special local teal to bulbl' a cold itorage room In the fnirton policemen not to chew
.. laws the practice eonrteo f just Ice iproviding ( tOoth
to read follows! regulating
ground In earth l Ie
S for euanglnir venue. of civil snii IlllnoU. Tbe to picks. Evidently there should > a
Section .l. The JndlHal power of tbe "'Hut criminal cases granting divorce,. ; changingthe Brood a conductor of both heat and school of .t
............ ............. shall be vested In a Hnpreiue CoorS Circuit names nf persons) vacating rnaos; sain- cold cop etlqut'Ue.
Courts Courts.. of Record County COli''., nv.tilng ...Impaneling. ( grand anil petit Juriesami TU ambant of let r and of
.. .. OnuntJndC. Jnstlcm the reaoe.Hertlon providing collection for ihelr of.nnnpeastion lazes for state; for and aseesetueat part of t. season wall excessive and There 'Is more catarrh In this section
I.nI Article' V, or the Constitution could to reduce thetemperature
of county ant municipal purposes for opening relied upon of the country than alt other diseases
tbe Mute of Florida .. hereby amended so .. toread soul enmlnrtlng elections for State and oounty of the cellur to a ufOcient- Hit and the last few
.. fallows
: tog.tier.
arid for the 10C
5 IF YOU RECEIVE. A SAMLPE* .Berttoa S. The Supreme' Court shall have and plaoes municipal of ..voting for the, sale of real estate hionrlnz *- ly low flirure. Later, when the edm- rears aUPPole t be Incurable

appellate jurisdiction la all cssee at law and lawiuity l) minors, eetaUM of. denenfUmte. and of.. loa of outside temperature was r.I" for it Rln years doctor pro

JJ COPOP THIS PAI'F.R: \.\ originating In circuit courts and ofapea1e ill persons itlng. the tailoring fees of under om-...legal of the disabilities state or. county, re*. Bpon. fl net nation* that were detrimental nounced It a 'local disease, and proscribed
from the ol..fllt courts In
rases aris local remedies and by constantly falling
leg before judge In matter oyminieipalithegIS$5. efTert to Informal or could not tn avoided. A* a ,
11 -IT IS TOt county j..rtau-
o Invalid deeds or wills legitimizing. children! lo cure with local treatment, pronouncedIt
lu-C to their probate jurisdiction ana In tbemaaagmneut eon! *e< and
iaei ce of fluctnntlng commonly
of the estates of Infants. and In providing' for tbe adoption nf ehildren relieving 'Incurable Science has proven catarrhto
2 LET YOU KNOW THAT i nssse of cuavlctton nf frlony la the court of minors from of ferries.tteetlnn24Artlni.legal disabilities. ; and for tbeestablishment too high temper.itnre. tb fruit .1 be a coostltutlonal disease, and

record alaS In all criminal eases originating In not well. The percentage of &lere
.J WE WOULD LIKfe YOU TO MM circuit courts. 1b. court thaTl have the 4 Ie fore requires constitutional toatment.
I power to lieu write of ..........10..... eertlorarlproblhlUon. III,of the Constitution of r waa quit* high. Dut a possibly Hall's atarrb cure,

/ BECOME A 'StfBSCR .;JlER. : .I all write quo warrant. bbss* corpus, soul{ to the read Btate as of follows rinrtda.: .. hereby amended, !ee .. wor feature wa flint the sound fruit F. J. Choosy A Co; Tele Jo. Ohio. I. the
asmieearv or proper to tbe complete .
2 : i exercu ."f IM tnrisnieUfln. Eteb of tile |iuvtlces Section 24. The Legislate. shaft. ..establish .more or lees wilted.I. l.svrsiu l. only con.ttutlon.1 euro on the market

I shall as,. power .... Issue writ of habeaseovpns uniform system af county government.. It G. wfsiar ('__sa..UI. It I la taen Intrnal,In doses from 10 _
lo tt.r.; rt 'f the SUM apoa petitinn shall .....1". manlelpaJitlee loin clasusa it n.Kmoretbaa Tbe drop acts directly
i : by. ron ol any person held 1r la actualcustody fDII"en ttw basis of potmlstloa.' II renntu of tbe work at the IH1noU POTATO a o.T.C BY DOT HOT. on the tepontul 1 surface of

: r and may ma.h.cell write returnable shall establish. for each elase a uniform tattoo would Meem to show that Colorado. blo
west to
Smith and
before himself or theBapreme Court or >I.r the offer one hundred
of government. II shall provide) for the system. _
justice thereof or hero,.say einrait judr" and .'ri oe of each new existing .yote"'l I commercial fruit or commonllesj Bwlngle of th<* boreoa of plant Indosv. dollars for any case It fall fo

......... .... ... .. ......... I' apiieal when no in*that returns eunirs shall to the always Kopn-me IM. Court; an be sail r.jrp Incorporated for the !' corporation mwilelpallty nf eaXb Into ="n. ..f suchelassse to which *Iw..r. rjuaattUs of try at Wa.blnrton have lately reporttj Bond for circular and testimonial cur Address _

rWtlon U. of Antow T, of the CoosUtotloa amid Uw relating tu the creation fruit are grown rulgbt proflubly.erect the foilowtng! S .DID.ei.n F. J.o. Chimney .I: Co., Toledo, O.n _


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1 JAMKB. PBIXCUJUU' President: WM. M. BROWN, Vice-Preeldent

."." .t.L'I'. JOCBBJLI.r.DBTOTBD TO TI l>BYBbor I Why cannot soDie of our* enter and The Julia appearance street baa of Washington been greatly avenue Ira The Board met-Monday morning Sept INDIAN RIVER .STATE BANK
8 11KW.\ Present J. M. Dixon Chair-.
prising citizens get together' and ,
.Birr ow ram IVDIAJT arvxa, LAZE proved, In the pant two weeks, by the K. X. Andrews E. Fultz and
man, J. ,
_. call a meeting to consider the advisability
WORTH AltD BI.OA BATSBOTIOHS.PDBLISHKD removal of alt weeds etc. These
y gran; I K. E. Mlms, Secretary. Minutes of COUNTY
of organizing telephone two streets were cleaned by public subcrlptlon meeting .read and approved. The treas

BVKBT m:FB1DAT.CHABLBS company, in TitutvUle, or else and the city hiss had .a free urer's,report for the month of July 1904 Authorized capital $1OOCOO

1 make some areangement for con of streets ':4ft was received, read found correct sad '' Paid up capital! $25OOO
men other ,
H. WAi/rojr, Editor & Publisher.Discontinuance cleaning up redeemed warrants duly cancelled., '
necting the county seat with the the goof work continue. Average deposits S2OO.OOO

of advM. must be made per- telephone line at Cocoa I The list below show who "donated Itetalaed E"'lteacUtur.' ---' I I
.1UIl1 at; (hi office or by wrltln,. 1 here la to the County School Tuud.Teiucli .
no question as I I
amounts collected by Mr. W. 8. Bran ra a ,lariat .'4iH /MII. Transacts a General Banking
advisability of such an enterpriseand It. Minis, opt. for July.. 7& Ki 1 ;
slog, that were used In cleaning up Julia .. 300
Ohsok.eto.,may be made payable to CMABI.BIWALTOH 1. M. Dixon, pur diem.
the business that would accure and : .I.E. FOll. 23 40 Business
street Washington avenue.
< publlnbor.tCf .. l i
It N Andrews to II 00
Gi a from !such a line would startle even Indian River State Fank. . WOO .i.bit Hnnry.trnwrtcc. ni In writing to the .ADVOCATK for Inform. the most enthusiastic.! tt.: L. Brady A\; lint. ft It 0. E. Mime clerk for July. 231101 Largest and Oldest Bank on the River i
t donot1nyklndthewriterwmobitgebyenclnaenga The winter visitors! ( who come to L. O. Brannlng.: Afft. . 5 00 fc'lurhia K. 1 t. Ml. altar in .put uit., flnan expo its l.....lg.' & luo.oxu. 0 8 77 40 M'k r? I I

stamll addressed envelope. Tituaville notice the lack of tele. Wm M. Brown . I . 5 00 Rrevar.l Co State Hk repairs at No 4 .. 1.413 7AUouoa v' Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign :
W.-8.; : Urannlng:. . . .. 287 : & Rocking News pub flan stat .",. 2 00 Countries. I
BOSTON OFP'IC1C-TIIJC EAST COAST JkDVOOATB phone advantages, and Immediately Mrs J...... Iritchard.' . . . :a 60 .lohn O Ke'lmono.l'.,".ellllrd 4th and 4tli on pan No 5 on.Ho.. 39...... ffno 375 M onO r t, -- I !
bus opened an ottloe at 404 Atlantic avenue, ask why a town the size of Titus. Chas. H. %Walton . .. .. . .. 3 00 K ti t. &, S Co mip lor payt No 10 13 and 40.... 219 0lloriftann t s Patronage treatment; appreciated.and every favor Prompt consistent service with polite ,
ville and J. Collins . 100 / Broil Ino for No 8 e 110 con.
f IlMton wblnli will be In churls of 'Mr. Claude the business importanceof A. . .exp 3 (WCiHBijt.njlerIimuriincBforNo.fi : ervative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS I
t O.Walton.. the county seat, should be so W. K. Goldsmith . . . 1 00 S A.O.t 13 ). .. .. ..".. 6 <*> y i ,
F. M. Taylor . . . . 1 00 KSvcdelliw, jiatf etn for No 40.. ZS 70, 1'hoenlx National Bunk, N. Y.,Empire Tnut \
far behind the times as to. have no .... ... ,, ..... 4O COLMNellmm N. Atlantic National j ,
Addrais all communications to G. F.l>lren. . . 1 (M HOak.aderinsforNo27." .t CciuDHUjr. Y. Bank of
,EAST COAST ADVOCATE telephone accommodations. Dr. K. E. Rollins. . .. .J. .101)) Superior Mfg Co w "fnmltnra' 117 for.Nos 4 and B 1 :J5 239: 52 45 '4u. Jacksonville, Jacksonville Fla. .,. ,

TITMVII.LB VLOBIDA.O If the business men of the town Red : oo Indian River Ht Hk fiscal agents .. .. 495 .r TUSVILYE, ]?TA.THE :..
J. Ii. w Bruvard: t'o ItT XI ,
.--... do not care to invest in organizing T wetmnre Ino for No 2.. .. 1211 .. _..
exp -- ---- -,-----
I : there leist 11. I.. Motlow'a 00 P P Lawson .. 21 .. ... 1 W ;
? # B. Department of Agriculture a company are at J. J.. ; (JO I JK.I'nfcliiH new building for No; 27..... 203 84 EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. ,
enough people who would take R. L. 00 J (t Stone repairs for No loa .. 4 60locu.'It

j, Weather. Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. 'phones to make it pay the Cocoa Co. J. N. Waller , . .. .. 1 0(1 O K Walton RoukUlK prrg .hlks News. ..lirltg and pub.. .. BM 8 /00 -MANUFACTURERS' AND DEALERS 1H-

1.. to extend its line to'lltusville, and Dr. B. K. Wilson . . 1 00 R E Miono Jr rebutlrift and reprg;wagon 211 00 LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL-:-Everything to construct a house.
' fu The following is a comparative statement M. F. Gray. . . 1 COJ. ; Am..r Bock (b text 1H3 41V .
informed that the .. .. ....
we are reliably drlllln"tmotion. .. 2H CHI)
s 'it temperature and rainfall for the M. Dixon . . . . 100 Morgan M Taylor&" Walton Insurance for No 4 ... 8 00Total.
) week ending Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1104.* Cocoa company, would be only too D. B. Pritchard. . 1 OO Brick, Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work Brackets.
v -1004- -1903DATM. glad .to do so, if the people of Titusvllle P; J. Hall ".. ;" . . 1 00 4,24009 Sash Doors, Blinds. Pnlnt-t and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work. !

MAX. Him. MAX. MIN. would only take the inter. F. J. Webb. . . . . 1 (00 Special Tax, School Dlst.No.:. Nails aDd Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens I
August. est in the enterprise by pledging Indian River Bacd . . 1 00) Teachers salaries..'.. 7000 Rooting and Sheathing Paper Maaury'e Paints and Varnishes.
7 80 78 87 75: Morgan fc\; Walton Agta, '. .. C' ? 1 00 Special Tax, School Dint.No. 8. Prices are not always the lowest, but stock is always the Beet
8 81 Ti: ., 1 87 75 themselves to take a certain .number G. A'' Frost . . .. . l (00 Toucher nalurlei 65 00
0 80 73 ,'. "' 80 78 of 'phones.OWING 0. W. Scobie, Jr. .. .'. 1 (K) -Yards at Titusvllle, Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-

10 85 73 *:"; 85 75 E, E. Knox . . . ;. 100 Grand $4,37800 I
11 8(1( ,Mir 81 74 J..G. Bast . ,. . . . : .. 1 00 Mr. B F. null having tendered his
13 81! 75 .' 81 70 to the death'of :Mr. M. J. M.IO ban. .. . .. .. . .. 1 00 resignation en Supervisor for the school O'Haxa
13' 87 7G'H:' 71 Goldsmith, democratic nominee forProst'cutlng it Jensen, Mr. C. S. :Scnyler Is appointed Hodges & ,

Total rainfall fort the week: 4.18 for Itrevard Total '.' . . ... $;jij :37 to supply the vaoancy.
Depa ture from normal rainfall for the Attorney There being; no further business theRosrd ...Manufacturers andDealers in...
week : inches. county it will now be the duty of Amount paid out us shown by pity-roll. adjourned to meet In regular
: plus J.03 Departure Rough
fr m normal rainfall since January I, the Democratic Executive Committee below, for work on Julia street andWashington session on Monday morning: October? 11), and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
1901. J. M.1)Ix.'D,
loches.ITAL. _
plus 1.70 which meets tomorrow, to till avenue. 1 Chairman.MRS. Dresied
P. UAKDIH' Obaerver.J the vacancy by a majority vote of Week ending .Sept. 3, H'04) : \ Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable'Cratcs./ MouldingsShingles, etc.

._. the committee.' Walter Moore . . M ;50 Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
J ---- '1'. Edw.ud. . . . : 2 SOK. FLAGLER KOBBED. any part of the State. Address Hodges & O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. -- (!L Milton . . . . 2ift/ ) .. --- .
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IT seems. p'Hltd.flxl",11/ at first M. T. Mobley . . . 2)0/ A mysterious thief who-Is operatic ,

fl. Jenkins . . . . 2 M
with millionaires atNOtyport
I United It the lens. strictly great profit among : IF YOU WANT A.
For President of the States glance
: yet U none ..
N. Webber . ,-, . 2 50 II.
ALTON B PARKER of New York. true thutone must spend money C. Floyd. .. . . . . :J 50 bus made 'beautiful Mrs. -

For Vice-president: in order to make money. Money Geo. Wilson . . . . 1l1\: M. Flakier her victim. It Is whispered .
HENRY G. DAVIS, of West Virginia. paid out is money brought In. Ed. Gibson . ; ,2 50 that. she was rubbed by a rich young Lot
For II. 8. Senator 1J. : who Is confirmed kleptomaniac .Building
Thl with force to woman, a
applies peculiar
P. TALIAFEKRO. Total, . I' . ..2'i.\;\ the .. .
advertising. for the sake of her family po-

I. For Congressman: Thursday, Sept. 8, 11)01) : lIe; say all her victims have shielded her '

t FftANK; CLA.RK. ----- ---- C.Jenkins. .. ... . .,,". ... 450M. upon the return ol the stolen goods.Mrs. or a lot with a.BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

OBITUARY. : T. Mnbley . 4 50 .. chattelaine LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
STATE TICKET. K. C. Milton . . . ,-. 4 50 Flaglers's gold
Ie. Floyd' ,.. .,:. . 4J stolen at a lawn fete. The bag contained PINEAPPLE PLbNTATIONorTRUCK GARDEN.

For Presidential Electors: Major Maurice Goldsmith, a notice of I T. Edarda. .u: 450 five" one thousand dollar bills, We probably have.for sale Just what you are seeking. '

11. P. BAILBY. whose death In last week's I I. Hampton . . . 4 50) eight one hundred dollar bills and two
.5 Settlers: are Mocking I In but still there is room. If you are>
T, A. JKNNINOS.J. J. Dafney . . ., 4 60
C: B. KOONCE.A. issue of the ADVOOATK, was born In W. Hall, . . :. . . 8 23 drafts, for ten thousand dollars on New looking this way, drop a llne-to:
B. NEWTON. Warsteln Province of West Phalla, Ger W., Moore . . .. . 3 J 25: York, also a long neck chain set with
F. B. STONEMAE.V \ on October 13 133i.: At the thirty saphlres and diamonds, valued at JAS., E. INGRAHAM 3rd VJce.Prt'OIident,

For Governor: many age Total . . . ,M* 13 four thousand dollars, making a total of
of 20, be emigrated to the United States, ._ FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Yt
NAPOLEAN B. BROWARD.For Received front W. S. Brannlng the $129,800.
I going first to Philadelphia, and later settling
Secretary of State: sum of $iO.:<;7 In payment of to' o above ST. AUO-USTINE. ]?LA.f .
II. CLAY CRAWFORD. In Wilmington, N. O., where he engaged payrolls. VAN WOKLKY, FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING

I al For ttorney-General IvVTlLLIAM In the mercantile business. Street Committee. remember the ADVOCATE office. .

II. ELLIS. At the breaking out of the Civil War, t
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For Comptroller: he engaged In the manufacture of sidearms

ALONZO C, CJtOO M. for the Confederacy and later /i'
For" State Treasurer moved to Columbia, S. C., where he :'"I--t ,'"
i .., a
WILLIAM V. KNOTT continued ,, 1 l J By its combined therapeutic ..ctieD"NIJURE'
In this manufacturing ufntll '
the blood and the
.... upon mucous
For Superintendent Public Instruction : his plant was burned upon the occupation ;$t .. membrane, .ncock'. Liquid
;1i! WILLIAM M. HOLLOWAY.For'.Cummins ,
\1 Sulphur positively and
of Columbia by .General Sherman. 'fI.1 = surely"i
2 !oner of Agriculture: -.r.r '
. B. E. MoLIN. Immediately upon the close of the war,, 1 'J Cures II'4d s

For Railroad Commlsuloner: he engaged In foundry and machine \ \ U;J'AJ1 \t, .. .

JOHN L. MORGAN.For works on a large scale at Columbia. I' ) "i' Catarrh .

State Chemist. : In 1880, Mr. Goldsmith came to Florida .

R. E. ROSE and settled In Tltusville, and engaged 1GERMlnIDE j Catarrhisaconstitutionaldie-

t f For Justice of Supreme Court 0 Years: In the mercantile business. Laterhe J ease, and loc.. > -utment alone '
R. FEN WICK TAY.LOU. \p ,/ ,,r- '. d4' / / 4'/ will not cure it. Sulphur is the
was admitted to till Bar, and served \ 1'.1
For Justices of Court .. greatestgennicideknownand.V a
Supreme : ,
nearly one term as Prosecuting ttorney (I
]tOBER'!' 8. COCK UELL. ; J, -- -' 'J /J harmlusbutpowerfulconstitution
THOMAS 8. SHAUKLEFOKD. for Brevftrd oounty, by appointment of I", 41 Mil '\ \' builder. Its value baa been recog

J. B. W HIT-FIELD. the governor. In the primary election of fit.; '* $. nizedfurageabutallihcurativeeffectswere :
never obtainable till the discoveryof r
I For Circuit Judge: last May he was the nominee of the .
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur. So
MINOR 8. JONES.' democratic party for the office of Prosecuting is its action that we guarantee positive it to a a I
1' 1
I COUNTY TiCKE'f Attorney. A curt Catarrh, Eczema, Acne. Itch,,an. s I II f

In 1801, he was married, In Columbia, druff.Ringworm.Pricltly Heat Diphtheria I,
Sore Mouth and Throat, Granulated
: For State Senator: S. C., to Miss, Martha A. Peokham, and Eyelids, and all diseases of the, Scalp. ,I

FKKD M. HUDSON.For :! their union was blessed with one daughter HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR OINTMENT. t,

ReproHontntlve: mid three sons, the daughter dyingIn LIiiau.w..rr Prepared especially for Burns,Scalds,Open I
CLAUDE: F. OI.MSTEAD. her Infancy, and tile three sons, all Bores Chafed Parts, Raw Surface, Dons ; e ? "
For County Judge follows :Mr. James P. Piles Routfbneu of Face and Handy and
; grown, are as : > all Skin DIM.....
'A D. PENNEY. Goldsmith, St. Louie; Mr. Maurice F, SoldatallraUabladrnicitunie. Wrt.for fm,.booklet .
I For Clerk of Circuit Court: Goldsmith, Fort Pierce; Mr. Wm. E. eft the.ur tiv.and tuilttt ale of suliihur. 1
For Sheriff Goldsmith, Titusvllle. .- 5-- Baltimore. Md.To .

: Mr Uoldsralth wai an 'officer In the .. . '-' -_. .. .
1 J. P. BROWN, -" .

For Prosecuting Attorney: Confederate array and at the time of -. -'-- _. .__..__________ __ ____ H -
M. GOLDSMITH.For his death was Major on the stall of General .

l Tax Assessor Law of the Florida division of the fOLEnllONEYAlmTAR fOIEY"SKIDNEYCURE

I I'. A. MCMILLAN: United Confederate Veterans. andGrapefruit .tot>*the co.. b aDd ..!.luntf. Makes Kidney end Bladder Right
I 1 For Tax Collector: Major Goldsmith was tfrst affected bya Orange .
B. 1
:' E. W. HALL. stroke of paralysis In his right side, -rP. --

1 For County Treasurer: about three since which time
:yearn ago
t JOHN. HENRY. he has been quite a sufferer, but, beinga : H-u.lilz.tian: CON.
For Superintendent of Schools
: man of great energy he has retainedhis
yi, JOHN K. WALKER. Growers !
261 Washington NEW YORK.
law practice. He was taken sick on St.1
County Surveyor: 93 Murray ( N. Y.
J.,O. FRIES Thursday, the 1st of September and

went to lerce the 4th with his
I For County Commissioners: FoittTJ on (
I We have 100,000) budded trees now growing In our nurseries, stocks and varieties -
WM. R. WALKER.: .on', who had been up to see him, thinking .
to suit all soils and location where and grapefruit can be
.' IL JOHN n. MIOT. oranges; grown. Oranges Pineapples
the oban&o would be beneficial but
1 R. A. CONKLINO. Some trees for summer planting. Bat we want to call your attend to ,
he from clot of blood
JOHN (:. JONES. grew worse a ... '

'I\. J. FRANK BELL. forming on his brain, and 1:15: : a. m., TREES FOR FALL PLANTING. '' and' Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
., For Members of Scbool "Board: September 8th, his spirit took Its flight.

A. J. CAItTER.B. ; The remains arrived In Titusvllle at These should b-e engaged now. In order to secure yourself against disappointment represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent
F. MARUESTY.J. 1 I'M p. m., on the iJth instant, accompanied when you get ready to plant them. Our new catalogue, now ready, telling '\ .
M. OltltEU by Messrs. M. F. and W. E. all about trees, varieties, stocks, locations, cultivation, etc., and you can have it you alto. Give us a trial shipment. Established SO years.

,"I. Goldsmith and their families, and were for the asking. We give you the benefit of' years' experience, and the best value .- .- -- -- --
I THERE for your money to be had of any high class nursery In :Florida. Nothing but the
are a good many men in met by many friends of the deceased. ESTABLISHED mo. .
best In Its grade and that l is not too good for you. All inquiries cheerfully re- .
this world who do not have enoughto The body was at once taken to the La- sponded .- No White Fly -

do, althQugh they make a terrible Grange cemetery, where It was laid beside

fuss about the amount of work the grave of the deceased's 'wife, M. Lane & Son

s I they perform. If you want to get who bad proceeded him some twelve THE' OKLAWAHA NURSERIES ,

something done, go to a really busy years. Rev. W. F. Shoemaker officiating ,

\\ man. Write a letter of Inquiry of and Messrs. D. L. Gauldon, J. R. 280 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.

some backwoods merchant and you Walker Jos. P. Brown and S. N. Glad. O. W. CONNER Tangerine., Fla.TTIST .

{, will get a reply in about six weeks win being the pall-bearers. Southern Fruit and. Produce

telling how he has been
you busy ; Major Goldsmith wa a highly cultured ,
write to the head of a great firm, gentleman, well read and speaking seven J.: H.:: ::D <> :J3BI: :!:i. .

I whose quick decision in important languages, and his genIal countenance (Successor to Dobbins Bros.) POTTI na.issloin.: erohaxl.: : ts..

., matters makes or loses thousands of will bit much missed In this town and c:;;. a.nc1 :rc> 0 X'.. S5 1\lIX: : T' :E3:.

'.'t dollars every day and you'll get surrounding country, and his sons have Badges. Checks Door Numbers Stencil. Trunk and Locksmith Supplies. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. i
an answer by return mail. It is the heartfelt REPAIRING OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY-
of tbe'entire
the sympathy Gun and Revolver part and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
1 bre, ... busy man who has time. community.p4..rMIfeMY..w'asa..a. i 224 Main St. Jacksonville. Fla.r Stencils, Card and our

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-................. ..- ... ( Eden. Itre I GEORG MARX, JOHN MARX.

EAST CO.A.ST ;;; ;;. .l -' "Elverton" for na.A.JEit:: ]BJEt; <>S..

I. Jack Russell, was at a
"weeks end" visit .
******************** i WHOLESALE GROCERS
Mr._ and Mrs. Helseth were the guest

of Mrs. N. Saunders, on Sunday.J. ; I

T Newsy Notes Contributed bv Our Regular i H. LeTourneau Esq.: went to betray Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner

.: Corps" of'En. 't Coast Correspondents.;; ; Monday; evening, on business. .

; School began on Monday; and the

ON.NNN.NNNNN1.N.NNIN..NNNNNNN.N! children a.:a all glad to be at work ngnln A Remedy That No Ones Bay and-Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

,. Mr. and Mrs.. S. F. Webb went to<

Melbourne. leave pecially many In friends.Eau Gallie, where he wilt Stuart with relatives.last hutuidtny, for a "week's, vlttt Afraid To Take.Dr. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAT, GRAIN AND FEED.

Thachcr'a, Liver and IJlood Syrup *
Col. Percy and family, of Brazil, Ind., J. I!. LeTouroeau'.)llUnob "warn' flol"h. has been used in thousands of homes for PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, are expected In Eau Gallle this coming e<{ at Miller's boat yatd, on Monday, rend '
the pink of tho East Count 1111.be fifty-two years nth perfect confidence Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. ,|
pap" fall The Col. Is a most enthusiast! was hardly In the water before anoih> :r
received at the Melbourne Postofflce. sportsmanThe Wall under:way. and the most remarkable reimlta. jfllg"We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable ijfl

>RICHARD w GOODR.-Real X.tate. Notary new graded:; schol Opened this Mesdames. 8. F. Webb W. F. Richards I Tbe great success of this remedy is due ,
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j' Fubllo and Conveyancer. Agent fur Attai week with a full .attendance. The new and J. H. LeTournoau were tin I to the fact that Its formula (which coo ; '
ji Liverpool and Lobuoiiand Glob..anil llartfor, building Is much appreciated by children guests of Mrs. K J. Lucu at the T. U. C. lists of Duchu Hydrangea,' MandrakeVcUow on the same simple and flimsy examlna. WHY USE OLD STVLE:! BLOCKS, '
1 Tin rnmiranaet Companies. 6teofalattentlonpaid and lion as those admitted now This la the I when you can buy the best Self-Lock ."I"
'!, to the. .Interest or non-nsidente. patrons. ou Thursday last. Dock Dandelion, Sarsaparilla. lople of It: the class ,complain It Is not' ing! Tackle Blocks at neatly the aame' '

i\\ HOTEL HEt-LEVUK-Meltxmrne Florida.. A B. F. Treat la building a landing stage MI'.. John Miller has spent a week It Oentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium) C, actly fair to them, Their contention price. Now In use In the United \

nealtby winter resort on high; pine ann, ovei and putting np a storehouse In Eau Gal. Jensen, assisting her friend, Mis. K. K baa been freely published. Is null taken, too. I States Army and Navy Departments
100'klnllln.U.n River. Rates: IM and upward lie harbor. Jtl r. Treat has also become Rlcou In the care of her son, who has do -rllljckleH's--- Examine: them ntPtltcharcl A Sons or
per day. Special rates per week or .ea"oll. owner of a Hoe round-bottom fishing been desperately Doctors and Druggists everywhere < the AOVOOATR office. Titusvllle.
writ for rate 40 Madam E. M. Campbell: boat. not hesitate to recommend a preparationwhich Arnica Suite. .- .. lr' .
R W. : .
Manaiter c..mfheu.rrovrl.tor.Mn. bo many of our ladles are away tin .
Fifty children were In attendance on meeting oi the E. L. C. which was to they know contain the best Has world-wide fame for marvelous William Hindle :

Ida Rector returned on !Monday; the opening day' of the prevent school have been held at Mrs.: W. F. Wotfu'i known remedies for correcting all irregularities cures. It snrpansrs>> any oilier, salve lo I. ,

night from her visit to Jacksonville. term with about fifteen prospective pu- this week, was postponed until next of the Liver Kidneys or Blood: lion, ointment or balm for cut, corns, > IRbN ,
The school Is muoh' ad burns bolls, sores felons uloein, tatter TIN, COPPER AND SHEET
plU. .
building week.
caused the failure of
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Brainard, of Val mired. and the disease by alt rheum eruptions; Infallible for piles ," "
karla,. were pleasant visitors In Mel i Last Wednesday afternoon was at these functions to perform their proper. Cure guaranteed. Only :2.V!: >. at ted < t

bourne, Tuesday. E. F. hatch has nearly completed, a "bright and f.ilr' that several of our work. Cross 1'barmaoyTltnavllle, Fin. Plumbing, Pump Work, ;Pipe Fitting. \ 01
saw mill. The Investment will be mainly ,ladles went for drives. A sudden rainstorm ....,.t". "
Meaxri. R. W.Ooode, and J. T. Tloggleft Thousands of sick ones to whom life
for cutting stove wood for house use for j
sent them scurrjlng hpmewaide. GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE
on Wednesday to visit Palm Beach ,
which therci Is de has been a burden have written grateful RETURNED: HOME.teachers' .
Fort Pierce and Xeptune. an ever. increasing from all directions, and a much bt draggled -
mand. ; party they were, and. all had very letters that others might profit by their TANKS MADE: ;TO ORDER.
Mr. and !MM. J. T. Hogg, Tom Nichol exciting! adventures to tell about. ,
ain and Mrs. John Ferguson enjoyed Letters from Capt. Clunson, of Taun- experience. tBLOOMINA .The examination, held Your I'ntronnge Is dullcited.
/ ton, >1IIa1l8.t announce his probable arrival Miss Jessie Miller returned Friday Titusvllle last week ,ended Its labors 01 /
some games of tennis this week. on O.ov.,Tall: Nov. 11, 1901 COCOA FLA. '
ID Eau Gallto about Nov. 1st. The Captlao'18 after two months' pleasantly spent In I'waa' suffering terribly. wlih fntilgtitlon and Friday and those In attendance left for < I
Com. F. C. Hewitt writes to frlenili : the owner of the yawl 1'1 I ooeSll, Titusvllle, at the Normal school, Miss kidney trouble and sent. la my drug flit fixomctBtng' --- .
here, that he hopes to be In Melbourne< now moored In Eau GalUe harbor. Jessie took the teachers examination to relieve. me. their respective homes on Friday and "
of Dr. Tbseber'sLiver
next winter, and a. .usual will be a Rues' Miss McAlester arrived on Saturday and received a 2nd grade: certificate, A. he and pent Blood me Syrup a pncaage I concluded. to It Saturday.The BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER.

of tho Carleton. last and l III cosily.nettled 'for the school her papers were among the h..nt the and now I am deeply grateful to my druggtslas examination ;was conducted\ ) b" r
well to
aa you.
Miss Lena Conkllng accompanied by] term at Mm. C. L Taylois. We wish Supt. sitid. Ve foul very proud of our I bad .ufferer fromthrae thing and Mr. It. E. Mime. 'superintendent ol I
her cousin. Homer Conkllng: !left Ian I her success in her new position. gill who Is only "sweet sixteen We general run-down condition. for ten years, a
every received relief Iron public fllI.truoII"n. dusUtt-d by ]'re" John I will he touatfd! In Kau Gitlllo after #
wish to thank the and had only : temporary
> ot Titusvllle
week, for Lexington, S>., where they .and extend .a hearty welcome to this people medlctnea But after UIDIt'not quite two
will(enter college. most estimable young lady. for making her stay so pleusnnt.\ ii I ice other packaxea. of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feeaa I). T"et11 j wlillo the grading committeewas July/I\tb./ and be prepared. to do all kinds
Jennie and her sister, expect to enter .tout and hearty aa I ever did in my life.,sad composed eif" Pri>f SMois J. U. l'ulII..1r"y
Mrs. Chas. II. 'Stewart and'' son, Master Rollins College this fall.Whut 1.... satisfied that I am .entirely. cured.. I feelnosymptoms of work In this line Write me for estimates ';
Homer E: Wakffleld and L. M.
Fletcher, came borne Tuesday, after lie Could .Hardly Get Up.P. dlffeation whatever la a. food of..kidney any living trouble; man's, and. on your work.: References if do'q
.: a pleasant visit with friends. In Daytonn" ray ..' whatever. I ch oa.. llehblntier.These .
El. Duffy of Ashley 111. writes 1 can now ,I reel. Address,
and a delightful outing at Seabreeze.A Is Lire. I never had any remedy. give me such quiet. who attended the examinationwere p
"This is to certifthat 1 have taken two and permanent. relief and I can not put a eonnet TIIOS. F. KKLI.Er
social dance was enjoyed at the hal bottles ot Foe) )*> Kidney Cure and It In the last analysis nobody knows, but eatlmat. on the. value your medicine-. : ,
last Saturday evening. A goodly number has helped me more tbn any other we do know that It In under strict law been to me.It.I would rate/ully not take any amount or Miss Susie J.. Teeter Itex. Box 33U.: Eau Oallle, Fin. ;

of EAU pallie's society belles and l medicine., I tried many advertised abuse that law even slightly pain results, money for Very =J.C.Uyour.. Jessie 1*. At 111 Eden. '

beaux were- present. Refreshments were remedies, but: none of them gave me any Irregular living means derangement of i If .....*. MMNf{><_ ......,.toti f.r-s ir, Bros.
served. relief. My druggist recommended Foley's the organs; resulting In constpmIon.! /VM yaw.._,.'* BO|.J. ..<. "7>.. THathtr'tJtrnllH WIllletteFoiest,'MnUbar. Hodgson

" Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Hogg and two Kidney Cure and It has cured me. before headache ol liver trouble Ir>. Klo ', Woo*." Annie Booth, Kau Galtle.
daughters, the Misses Eloise and Grace, commencing Its use I was In such New Life Pills quickly re-adjusts this. < IM. .ev-f".t'w drfvlM.H' r. (rw 4t ml OMP t' Willie King Narrows. EAU GALL1K, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. 1
\ of Jacksonville are visiting Poetma.terGoode a shape that I could hardly get up when It'. gentle yet thorough.Only:23 cent, r..M. w. Know ...".* il ivlli ..... A.B.MacAleeterVashingtonGa. .
once down." Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy at Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle Fla.: e.1 by .u 1/r.tyyf.t.-rw.. .c--1I0 Marlon Railway,
and family, also Mr. and Mrs :
\ s..wd $1.00.ru Luote.
Tltusvllle Fla.Georgiana.. Josephine Summerltn St.:
. Claude Beau jean. Seneral Merchants and l Ship Chandlers
...016.. MxDrcxlva CO.. 't Maude Teeter Itex.
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Miss Bllz-i Eaton of Pa. arrived Jensen. r.- ..Special Facilities.,
Erie ca.a.! !!!!gti Carrie Jensen White City.
Saturday, and was the guest; of Mr. and for Hauling Out Storing and Repairing ;
,Mri. E. p, Branch, until Tuesday when Rockledge.Major Mayme L Taylor Shlloh.
sh'j went to Jensen to visit Dr. Lloydi, Supt. R. E. Mlms came down Sunday Ida M. Uodson Titusvllle. Yachts and Launches.

family, and will return to her Melbourne Dr. Holmes was called here to see to attend the opening of the school on Bessie Thaxton, Jackson, Ga. Mention the ADVOOATS when writing, p

4 home later Mrs: Hughes, Thursday of last week. Monday. C. K. Mairuder bait (keen ill for rt Frances ,Arnold Malabar. ----- '. ,

Mr.and Mrs. L. Howard and daughter A. L. Bruner and family,'are expected Miss McCllnton, a daughter of Dr. Mo- NfweiAl bill condition, we. kll.is reported Ho nn Improvement In the last few In Susie Wlgfleld, Toledo. Stanley Kitching

Miss Florence and Master Russell of home, about tbe let of next month., Clinton came last week on her first lilt Mr. Edmund JI. Teeter Rex.
Saugatuok, Mich., arrived last week, to Florida dAye 1
Mrs. May L. Is her Dealer In-
Bower .visiting
r, and will Mrs. Dr. Brown's cot Wm. II. Main, Frederick Md.,
occupy who has been Oeo X, }
tighter, Mrs. Jenole Sams, at Courtenay Finley Hodges,
Edith .
Mri. Hunter and daughter
tage. We extend a welcome to these arrived Is .. FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY
pleasant people. this week. from Gainesville, to take positions Hatch's clerk! for some time, expecting COLOBKri. CIGARS
the West Side
School progressing nicely, both parents In the public school.W. time to next return weak.to some Jennie T. Bolden Gifford I. Tobacco, Pipes, Candle, Fancy China.

and pupils; are well" with and Temperance rlnlcs. .
nilmore has returned from Ms
Fearful Him.
Odds Against Miss Mendel, and her method of teach- summer vacation looking much I Improved N. Douglass next w"ok, becomes the A Hoy's.Wild JUdo for LIc. The following brands of olgar. delivered l ) ;

Bedridden, alone and de tltute. Such:! log. by the trip. proprietor of da. Gee N Hutch store at' *J: .2'1 per box of M
In brief was the condition oVen old on Barton avenue, where he will oyuduot With family around'expecting/ him to llumboklt Key West Smokers Promo
sailor by name of J. Ilarena, Versailles Mrs. Thelnia Hull and daughters Mr. Water and Mr. Edwards bring general nieichiindlso business die and a son riding for lite, 18 miles. to ,'
Misses Ada and Estelle, were visiting the pupils to sihool each Tile Cremo Cubnnas, I'ohalwkt,
O. For years he was troubled day. Paxton and K J!: W Solniylei get l>r, King's New Ilsc very for Con
with kluney disease and neither doctor Mrs. Lena Hall and daughters Misses students are In good hand.. P. sumption, coughs and culd.V.. 11. Flinch Cards, A<>o. ; Hand' Made Palmetto
for the
Eva made a trip to Kurt Pierce! pur
and Nellie, Thursday of last week.
nor medicines gave him relief. At length Brown, of Leesvllle, Ind endured, tlenth'i Hats Mo.:I 41
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hloou returned \puce of blinking. : up a launch, the past
he tried Electric Bitters. I put him on We have had very few mosquitoeshere From Indian Springs Ga., accompanied week. They returned, having made a agonies from asthma; but this wondeifu STUART, FLORIDA,
his feet ID short order and now be testl- medicine InslUnt relief and soon .. .
summer, perhaps we may havea by their son, Louis who Is Ill. Dr. Mo- luccensful trip. -- -4
flea: "I am on tbe road to complete recovery few during the latter part of Sept CUnton Is attending him. cured him. II* writes:" I now sleep
," feet on earth for liver and ember, as that baa been our experienceIn The morning service of Key. W. R.I soundly very night," Like marvelous

kidney troubles and all forlna of er-maob the past. The weather now Is very A Ladles' Aid Society will be organIzed flail I next Sunday, promises to be a cures of consumption, pneumonia, 0 I I( a '1 a aI
and bowel complaints. Only SO centa delightful, cool and pleasant, and that In Jensen, Thursday.; Mrs. II. II. most Interesting one The nubjuot.will bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip prove
Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. reminds us, an eminent man once said tones will be conductress of the society be "Dlri'rulty; of Kellplnii Kxpe>rlcnro.'f Its matchless merit for ,all throat and I

"1'he Creator might perhaps have made which we trust will be a success. I[ Cor. Jill, 0. Ills subjects and service lung troubles. Gunranterd, bottles-ftO igtt 1
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a better berry than tbe but are always attended with more than orJlnury and l 100. Trial bottles free at lUd I '
strawberry, Dr. Wilson of Tltusville, and Dr. Interest Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle Kin.
Eau Gallie. evidently he never did. So with the climate
Platt of Fort Pierce were called to Jensen
of our "Land of Jlowers. and perpetual While Mr.\ and Mrs.\ II. 8 Williams are .. f
to consult with Dr McCllnton con- ---- -- -
sunshine." No doubt he could Louis for
rlnUlux the St. Exposition a
earning the illness of Louis Rloou, whoIs ...........V..r..rryYVVYUNIVERSITY
have created something better but If be sick.School week or two, their son, E. H. William ,In,
SARAH C. HODOSO.V-rilYdlciAN AMU SllBOEO.X. did the foot of mortal man baa never very 1111f from Fort I'lero, to Rile that IIV....)- '

Eau Oallla, Florida. made a journey to It, If It Is on tills old opened at this point' on &Ion i thing moves along smoothly and ste.idlly. E 1 1'1

"'1'err1firm a," It Is only to be found "on day, the 12th:! with about 70 pupils In kilns Myra Wltllnms haw rescued Jacklonvllle :

Cloudy and squally weather daring the other side" where the wicked cease itienclance. The Principal Is Prof. J, from Cubit and will proceed f :1

the past week from troubling and the weary. are at A. Ormond, with Mm. E..Hunter, as 1st from there to St Louis to the Expnuitlon. t -- .,./, --,- ..- .-.-----
rest." instant, and Miss E. Hunter, 2nd ass't.
A. G. Howell and family have moved The opening services were conducted Mr N. Douglas recently biSiitclit; the OFFLORIDA.
Into one ot the Roesch houses. Lotus. by Rev. II. 11. Jones, with speeches by f. W. -Woolen grow. C. H. lllbbs, who -= THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.

Prof. Rehblnder arrived on Sundaylast B. 1<'. Hull Hupt. R. K Mlms. W. I O. E
to open the school on Monday. I wards. Mrs E. Hunter and Prof. Or. line put the place* In the beet possible : Brewing Asso's.
nond. We predict a most successful order. Under his hand, I the neglected
Fred Shave.was home for a visit last Rev. White I held services here Sunday !school year, as we have a strong faculty aDd forlorn place will soon M", ,," as the FIRST-CLASS PROVISIO'NFOH ::

week. Fred is In. the turpentine biz. I to a large' and .attentive congrega' I The new addition Is completed and the osu. The proprietor has gone to Jack : Famous. Louts Keg aid ReM

The steamier. Spartan, Is on Hodp- tion. school will be a monument to the Hupt.t onvlllo and will return In a few days : tied ..,..
Bon'fl this wek. being overhauled. Dr. E. W. Cnpron yet sojourn In the > Public Instruction and School Hoard. Die house wflbe furnishedaad. occupied :
ways North, writes he will be on the river Oar school IK. second to none In the b1> his family the near< future liar- i8 0 D Y. A nsw.|OyinnMltituil0u< winlpped| .. Sold. / b, Moiar r.A. L".ler l and

Capt. glippy'ssteamer, the Hypoluxo, early In October. county or state. log met Mr. Oouxlass, be Is a most i- Atire.yamelty.rn.wt- R. L. Jlfntlow,Tltnsvttl.Tla.
la- moored at ; Bonnet's lauding, MIND'I
now Cap greeableguotlomaD, and tbe community scholarly! epeiallst.| ,
on the river. C. F.! Walker has the land ready to I. to be congratulated oo such: a pleasantacquisition 11111' JWotini I Hiiiin Uy Mr. H. la MnUowCu4osfla.JOSEPH .

I plant eight thousand pineapple slips Indianola. to Its permanent ranks It Is. ,MORALS'.!: moral the: tawl.l o
), Letters from Toungstown, 0., report of different varieties that and -- 500.1 oiMsen.hlp. ZAPF
especially satlsfuctory 1& cottage -
that Capt. and Mr*. MoNabb will be In
? Eau Gallie, early to January.; II. D. Booth and family of Brantley, ..lace lone vacant Is to be occupied and 1+
were pleasant visitors to S. A. Ostean Miss Daisy Hardee. of Rock ledge, was beautified. It Is said, tlmt, ,,the painters CAddreeel THE PRESIDENT Solo Agent.
h Mrs. Lansing will sell her late hue and family, Sunday. the guest of Miss Leonloa Lapham, last sad carpenters are to overhaul and put t Lake City. Pirn. I

r band's business and good will, as soon week. 1& In up-to-date order. LaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAApplication 0)0) to UO; West Day Street
as arrangements can be completed.Mrs. J. N. Cbalker Is building a launch for
Mr. James1 List Crawfortt baa sent Mo6day morning there. was hustle and
2 to be used in
Trentler Is expected to arrive this Freight apt. from Rogero the Island points.E. hauling down a carload of steel rails for the stir here, for every boy ami. girl of school I ; for Tax Heed. f : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.loci .
A fine __
week from Chicago. carriage
track on his dock. age was busy, for the school was to> resume n :
her use this winter, arrived recently. R. Provost has returned from its session l s books and :1I
Fred Bergeraaa, who' for several years ; gra and'at'T{ Under. DM.8 of Cliup.4HW. Lawn of Florid*,
noticed from tbe his trip to the World's Fair, and looks pencils were hunted up 1O a.m. TO SAVE ICE.
of this
manatees were was a resident and merchant
much Improved In health. the school drove up. Tbe school : IIERItY': (IIVENTHAT "aNIIY:
county bridge on Monday last. They place but who sold out and went to and N'YI'ICII.It Ca, purrh..Mirar Tau CartiSMate
were swimming the Eau Gallie fiver. Orange groves are yet needing rain, New Orleans, bas decided that the East I wagon made Its first trip patrons !(o.s e wa th-I inc ur of",ul". A. i>. lutes,
and pupils. realize* It as a vast Improve tisii Mien inlil wtinciM ,in HIT .rtlo., mail ham
the: very light showers we are having Coast, of Florida, Is "good enough for I ment. Heretofore pupils had t<, travel ui* I..". In soc V
M.nyof our young people attended, does not last from one to another. him" and with his wife returned to lo- and ..r the dance at Educational Halt, Melbourne cate some where along the Indian River, on their wheels or on foot, many ,' the 'ullowln.ml..... pro wrty situated In
Farmers preparing!: land for fall times after riding through the rain and llrkvinl towUHnuthwmil _I, I
on Saturday eve last, and all report are We welcome them back atmulT, Fhnrltla :
winds are glad to school Hf of .n..cbwml H "I Motion III.&own.hlp ,
a good time.Archdeacon planting, and the cool we are hav- against a strong wind 1. sit through
Ipg reminds us that winter Is not far off. again.. hours with damp clothes aDd feet, causing The said M land aoiitb"hoax,.rsnp._a6 salt.I al the date of thaluinianc I
B. F. Brown of the Epis One half of the new freight house on Illness of snub eartifloaU In the nuns of A.
copal church will be la Orsndo at tbe Tbe guava crop' which has been large useelfor tbe town' dock Is being built the other The management was severely criticised !- CIIANDI.KIl UiilvMi' .al>l ,..rtlll.l&l.shalllev
close of tbe year. Tbe Archdeacon will Is over, ready 'sale and what was half will be later oo to take the last winter for while up the river f...lainiHMl aeuorillnic. to law tee avait wilt bumatlioroon
op on the Inch of O>itotxir A. l>. HKHWltnaaa
let to lay
be much missed on mien River and es canning,did not many RO waste place of the present small boose. When WM' favored, those down river felt that my" '. ilijnatiira and ..... this Ui.

--- --- both are completed they will be under. they were discriminated! aIDd. There eta day of HopttnttMr. ,,A. |'. 11104,. Th. question of economy on the Ice bill
Nt. Ct. toall. A. A.wrY:W A RT,
one roof with a passage way betweenfor was complaint bat all bops that every Clark Circuit Court of Hnrvanl (inntv, r.Inyl,". Is one that appeals forcibly to every.
IF tbe truck and tram car, one house pupil la our numerous schools, may be we Byu.A.raw.Rfu.C:. housekeeper as well as to hotel., restau
X. Ej--
iiMIt1: T TJ A L will be used for Incoming the other will just as much favored. they are. The rants butchers, grocers, druggists, and

I I I be used for outgoing freight. Tbe arrangement patron and pupils are ip wtlnir! great NOTICK. In fact to every merchant who consumes

-- -. will bee great Improvement results as fruits from the able corps of Ice la his buslneMW.
over tbe present small one. teachers, and from the greatly, improved Numerous tests and .... -

: S TJ :R A IT C E equipment' as to building. : IK. HKRKHTOHrKV.TIIATaoPAVIIafur ,lo( bars. exulted l lo the discovery of the
I'XT: ; We are glad the attention bas been pf the directed There In a kick being made l by members of JOHN. I M.,a*W A'lmlnlalrator LLU4 dWMaaeMl, laM tliaMtata 8AVIK ICK PAD, which when placed

Coouty; Commissioners, of the High School and a few patrons of Kravsrd CutuiCT, fUirUI .111 apply to tnHon. In your led box or the Ice chamber ot t'
----- to the condition of the county; because the principal after the A.It.f mu.r.Judge.f the County Crawl trill reduce the
,road la North ladianola, and that they closing examination when all of Hranrard (Joo..I,. rioflda. alttlnv '.. t' ntmt* your refrigerator r ice eon
last year, Jucladlvilon, fur anoifc.r (n M||>I rrlrat Hal., atimptlour of your 13 to H:. 1.1 per cent.
If you are contemplating taking out Life Insurance, give us a call have decided to Improve by putting who were entitled to pass Into the If 1Kbtfokoot tap raal aataM of aai'ldnra'a.d, aa daw>r >MHl indeed The Pad Is an Ingenious little device" the
marl on it between %Ym. Smothlo's and were so certified.! Now comp one noordMl Ol, 10 I**, IB d.a 1 boot "H ft,"
and we will guarantee you as Good Insurance and Reasonable Rate. as U. S. Urant's place. Work commenced or two who seek to aDd enter the patta*4 aiul S. llr ranl pass Kauurtla.fur tba. of pay I... to* dvbta of recommendations Aft you; do Is to place
and been purptuM
tbe has
can lie secured in any Reliable Old-Line Company Monday, morning, hope class, not oo tbe teat examination: of the .aid aatat ...101..01 la bxtalail!. aoatbvaat I W lion the bottom of your lee chamber
expressed that it maybe tbe beginning whole class, bat on a few questions (five of _too 311. township 1q_.... range an aaai, with the Ice vesting It, and It will
I IIit.: : cV :XXaSC>N" .A..K'ts. of a good road, from (;(, question la a basis unialalng M sen,tuom or less.It. upon
35iC..&;;; u-x; + grammar), which, as .SMITH, do the rest. Write for booklet. ;
LIFE FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE.Our Merrill, ....- for admission open the door for everyone A lmlalatf toroftMCalat JOHI H.Wttts,
who failed oo th. class examination oMUWl. I*. G. WALTOK. AGENT.
Com also.. have an stood the Te.t of Tlme-OVEB. Company ARS.d. Do you subscribe for the ADVOCAKT to claim same privilege to class standing, ..,...M,.ii--t Fag TltusvlUo, Florida'
VV. R pr nt the* only Florida Fir ln uranoe



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"v ( :, ': .I ': .* EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SKPTEMBER 16. 1904. \

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batsmen were".tunable to knock It outside Florida East Coast Rye

);. A crop that pays may not the diamond: Tile'"'pitching oKniHt .

pay as well as it should.Potash. and I tulnk,13rn amueetbe'spectators: "(t must' have, however been the, LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,19QMORTHBOUMDRIABI

pioneer contortion pitcher.It .
11l l H' was customary In those days for ". y toVTNIOVND-ItU DOWN. .

pitcher to stand erect and deliver the
Ne.MDaiir. .tel I .
ball with the hand below the sboulder, Da41, ,, D.I91. '

ii a plant food; which all crop*n>tut have. but Ernst bad a way of tucking the :..,,J /yA a. 4 FIL --OOP! a.l, ''...''",,,, ,,, TATIOHi.TOT..............- Ar Bat
ball behind bit back looking over his ? I t 1b56.5............. ............:..Bo Jk..nUI. .......................LvPtl.tka .1
.Without sufficient Potash toe<'d upon 10 ,............ ...... .St.AuffuUneU .. .:. ...
that. right shoulder and elevating Ills left 'cks4N f I n 87 .. ................ ....:..... IU.tlnK.. ...::::::...::::::,... '
no crop can react leg ns he pitched. That seemed to ,4//! : I ItI U 611. ..... ............... .......1 Paiatk5.........?v.......... .. .. .. ...u u.'III Ma.
where it /. o .
Anoint pay.Jrr the spectators a bad en He of monkey' 1110" Ar..e.. ....... ......................... ..Lv 111--;
Experiments have de JkVir? business and always' called forth de R,1, Loh l 40 U.. ,. LY .. .....................Pfclelke-...... ...................Ar 00 a 1

I :Tuoi nitrated the value! 1 1r I1 rlslve remarks from the small b YB. IF 10 i 10 p Ar .......e.a Mateo ...................... ...L.----: :: :
.' .trf fJta"h. ,1 Ills record of fifteen strike outs and e ee.a L.: ................ ....8an Meteo..................... ... Ar T 611. I I"j "Ie

but four flies knocked 'Into the outfields ii- n W ... .......... ..........N.o... ...................... ......L..I '; '
W. will .end Ore' outs shows that he knew his p ............... ......;......BunnellM. ... ..... .
lo fannar who as P ........:..... .:....:...........DupontOrnkond. .............................. a ae.811 I t
any write business at all events. B B P .............................. ............................. I O. t
wiI: lor it, a The of few P ..Dayton. .................... ........ t I
; little book tint will scores a games played j II p ...................... ......PortOaanae H.......... ........... .... 4 M. I
I give fact In full. b" ,( by lending clubs In ISO! show that the 11ft player's occasional request for a sub If p ............... .. .....Oak Hll?.. .........,.................. a 611.
o OERVUN, KALI I: 55 p........................... ..TltiievUle.,.................._...... 1111. II
o WORKS stitute to run a few laps' for him was _. hip ..........:.................. one................................. 1181. rl
I '! not without r a J1 P ....... .............. ....Rook a 117.
New 'Vorfc- reason: I U'" 04 p ................. ...... ...Baa G..lfl..1... I.. l
v h' M N..... Sirtcl,.rAlllitll I Harrards, 80; Lowells, 10. II II P ........... .. .. 1.. 111'(
0.. ''i Clippers of Philadelphia, 87 Nationals 301 P .................'.......Sebastian................................ J2118.a :
: ; ......... ...."*c. Lurte.................. t.......... II 111.1
:; 22'4! So. Bnurf SI. 0.Lowells. i .. ft .........................,. Ft. ner ..._.......................... .j ass t0P ..
'1 ereaar.wwerewtww'.h.aw+..rrwiMe 102 Andersons of S. use ,....1....................... .Tlbb..J..M__..... .......... NBt
--- --- ; Lynn TriWeekly Sailings I.. I ,..............................d.n..r.................. 101!l UtBBAXTOK. /.
Clnclnnatls, '70: ; Unions of St. Louis I.? Op...................J.a..n .................... ............ .1 g fat
f HIE 0. .s., .................... ........ Atuart.,......,.......:................. .1 o0p leiu
FIRST BASEBALL I to ..................... ......Robe Sound.......................... 10 ISp
Kckfords 4f; Atlantic 25. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. a cT .,.......... -."..........W..s Japlter.'............._........... 1011p 11a
These are fair samples of the scores 61& .f Son.. ............./......... W. PalmBeaeh'... ... ...:............... D fat Ih
II ,..... ...............0
"QW THE GAME WAS PLAYED IN THE made by the best clubs. Those of some Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 101 ...............................D..y..M". \I t."
I I DAYS OF ITS INCEPTION. gas .......... .....Ft.. Lauderdal.\.. :...... I IOlp 11
,k Me of the minor clubs oftentimes resemblfd I It 10 ..... .......... .......... RallandaleL ................... ....... ....
,1 L, t. -- 'r..r. the scores of a bllllafd match. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Ssat ,. p.. ........,......-.?... .mon CUy............ .. .......... .... T10y "I.
Then a Oran Could lie Pat Out toy Outing. T 01) I ,op ........... ... ... .......... .Jilamt..... ....... .................Lv. roop I.
..110......." Him With the J1.I1-The The Clycfa New England and Southern Lines.

I .Empire Took It ..r While the California Prune Wafera. Direct bervlce Between / SANFORD ORANOB CITY BHANOH.No. .

"Train. Piled t'p Half a Hundred Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 0TATIOK. R ISPally SI Ho.' IPally
.JI.M'. The great tonlo cathartic, au Invaluable p y I Dally Dally D iT

cure for Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both.ways) ee LY".."... Tlta.vill..........Ar It Up lOOp 3O lOa Lv.le. Snovrn .,.Ar 1 p
"Tlie brat newspaper report of a bnse"fcall SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS Ip Ly........... Oetaeu..Ar. II II"... i top 11rl.Lv.leteM.l.n.Art iI N
Nervousness, Catarrb of the .... ... ...... Wharf, Boston Ia 5 Ly..Jlnterpri.A II 00. IMp 1180. Lv.OiaDM Clly.Ar 1
gnme that I remember reading .., : .from Lewis IMp Ot
( Stomach, Bad Breath; Oily Skin, Sleep- from foot ot Catherine Street Jacksonville t M a ...r....... ... Sanford .........Lv 10 soa. iOOp U ea. Ar. .Or.City Je..Lv 11 119 ii
was au account of a game played at
: ensneas, Wind and all, Liver, Stomach .. o. .. is.. 1 I N. R N.. STBI
lloboken N. J. In JfCift. appeared ID .
Line. SMaa DaUy XATPOa '
and Bowel trouble. 100 Wafers 25 cents. St. Johns River Dally IMlka,
-ali Illustrated weekly and was such n Clyde panda Dally. |except Dally Dally BlA2ft7H..a.pt Pally Dally D.n,
Red J Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvtlle, Fla. Sunday Bnnify
,novel and interesting event that the (DeBary Line.)
100 145P1 I 1100 1 1 SO LvJ'ok.oev'e AtSo.JackwavlU TOO aI a Ma loop cis
'Weekly gave a double page Illustration.. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Up 07 Y 1 04 10% $ a Wa S a S Ma 0 p i2 p I '
There wan tio baseball schedule In r' IIISh P....... Stopping at.Palatka Astor, !at.! Francis, Berenforil(DeLand), and intermediate landIng Q 84 D 5 8a pOflp 10 MaU Fable B aeh.. 1 MaUa SOOa7M 8 p 4) p
During the reign of William mid *on the U John'.Hirer. 19 I p 14 ali e 1 p iS p
those dnys. All that was needed was 3G D ig'l > sO a Ar. Majrport Iff COO. T0afEMINSULAR' /0 n$81,
f v :Mary In England worthy' bishop complained STEAMER "CITY OP
PI an occasion silch ns a Fourth of July to the latter that the ladles of Is,appointed to B"Il.. follow s Leave Jacksonville, Sunday, Tuemlays and Thursdays, 3:30 p. m. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.610M .
celebration; a county fair, a house raising he COI1 rt'were wont to flx their eyes on Retllmlng.lea.,. Sanford, Mondays, Wndneidays and frlilnyn" I l:3Oa.:: ra.3en'l .

or some other event of that nature heir! nolffhhorH rather than on him rut -Noun, 8CHKDULE North Read Boun up_ : CONNECTION. MADE AT MIAMI WITH STIAMSHIP OP THC t P. A 0. L ... COMPANY FM
Read down _
,I The occasion for thin particular game during,: his discourses. It apparentlynever [:;;.,. 880 m. ... .. .... .......Jaekeanvllle. .... .. ...... .... .. .. >2> 00..... m.Imve HAVANA AND KEY WEST
was the' entertainment given to a team occurred to' the divine that the 8 40 p.nl.. ...n. .. ........... .. ....l'.l.tka.. .. ..... ... ...... .. .... .. .cave 8 CO p. m'l
Leave .3ooa.III. ......... ...... .. .. .. ... A.tur ..;... .. .... .. ........ r.eave 2301.111. ,
J of English: cricketers then touring thl.oCOUUU'y. ault might lie In the sermons themselves Leave .811 a. m. .... ..... .......... .. ..StFraeola............. ........... ....a"e '1 Of p. m
\Vo from By consent of the high Leave ... .". :......... ......llere.JordeLand( ) ... .. .. ..... ...... Leave 19 al t.oou.Arrive Thud. Time TablM show th. tlm- al which train may b..8e.eted to arrive and dtp
bad evolved: game queen 83C1 . .. .... .. ... .... Sanford,: .. ... ...... ... ...:Lea..e 030 a. w. boom the Mveral vtatton hold but their arrival or departure at the ttme..tatd li net ,lII'1..raaDOl'
the old Kngllub "roun cl'II," which we pews were introduced to prevent wandering Arrive 10,00., 1\0..m.to. ..... .... ..... .v....... .....lIo..rJ: >rl.......... ...... ......... ....Leave 10 00 a. lU. '1'01III.doee tbe Corapaay Itaelf regponilble for anydelajr or any _V aeqa.n.. arlaeg tin

'called baseball. and we wanted to show ryes. "As for the young ladles Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. .
our coUHlim what. a high old vKaine It for whose spiritual welfare they were For: Copy of the LOCAL TIBIK CARD.Other J.t-.aU
was. devised," says a writer, "their indigna r,M. IRONMONGER JR., Asa Gen:Pan.. A,". 204 Went Bay St..Jacksonville. Fla. '
Local Frt.Agt. Jackionville. O. P. LOVKLL, SuperIntendent Jacksonville.foot M8EK: : THE TJOKET AOENT." ,
W. G.0001'X8.Jr.
tlon wad only surpassed by the. rage of .
It may have been tile "humors of the Hogan St., .raokannvllle. Fla.

Jay" editor who wrote the report their admirers" From that time A.C.THEO.HAOBBTY.O. KOKK Oon'l! 'General Kanf Pa Malajl"r.". Agt.; New York.WM.CLYDE P !:OLTTUB MILXK, a Gltn.170: Frt.., General Afct.,New AgeuU.CbeiiebrouRb York.. I JT. D. HAHTTBR" Jtoat. Gen. Pass. JLgnt.. ( ST. JLUttUBTLHJB' yLLT
"Which was as follows: high pews were commonly placed In ( BulldinK.19 State St..Oppualta Battery Park, Mew York. .
-- -- -
aHeball differs from cricket, especially churches. C.. II. WAL.TON Agent Tltuaville Fla.
I'' : la there being no wickets. The "

.bat 111 held high ,lu the air. When the

\ ll>all has been struck, the 'outs' try to SOfT CORI .
catch:! It, In which easel the striker Is Atlantic Coast Line R'y.
"out,' or, If they cannot do this to
trlke the striker with It when be In .. .
I running: which likewise puts him 'out.' Like the running brook, the

"instead of wickets there are at thU red blood that flows through The Great Through Car Line from Florida. I I
h four five marks called basl'lI.lne _. ,
game or -- -
( of which being the ode at which lie veins has to come from TO TUB EAST. .: Southern RailwayWORLDS

ll the striker stands, la called 'home.' ;somewhere: Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and. Washington, thencevia I

,5 "As at cricket, the point of the game The springs of red blood are the Pennsylvania. Railroad. I
Is to make the most between
ound in the soft of the
tin sen. The party which counts the : core TO TilE WEST.

most runs wins tho day" I icncs 'called the marrow and (The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio H..R.. FAIR ROUTE

The fact that the reporter thought It ,oine say red blood also' comes ,
necessary to explain bow the game was II TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. .
ir played Indicates the extent of the pub. rom the spleen. Healthy bone- Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Fhlladeldhla Boston

1. :J)c's knowledge of baseball that time, :narrow and healthy spleen Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltlmote.( Via Savannah .

4E and even he wasn't quite sure whether re full of fat.Scott's and Merchants' and Miners'Transporttalon Company' for' Baltimore .
l there went four bases or five. When aud Philadelphia. t .
Emulsion makes'new -
be says a base runner may be put out I
by bitting him with tho ball he makesno blood.by feeding the bone TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Best Line to. St. Louis, Mo..

mistake for that was an actual fact, marrow and the spleen with Via Peninsular. Occidental Steamship Company. I /

and the part It wan of considered a bane runner a good to play draw on a the richest of all fats, the pure Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Superb Dining Car Service.

,I 11'' throw from the pitcher, for usually tbe cod liver oil. ... (

'" runner would dodge the throw and For pale school l girls and MILEAGE TICKETS.

I'' gambol around the bases while tbe invalids and for all whose Interchangeable mileage tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of among.; the principal
,j fielders were hurrying after the ball. railroads the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents- .'
''t This'rule was abolished soon as the blood is thin and pale, Scott's For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L.,or write, Stop-overs going and returning; at Atlanta, Knoxvllle, Louisville and prlnclpt(

game became popular for a baseman, Emulsion is a pleasant and rich FRANK (J.' BOYLSTON, Commercial Art.) W. t>, STARK Tra Pass.' Agt. North Carolina Mountain r Resorts. '1

.. instead of touching a runner with the blood food. It not only feeds 138: West Bay St., Astor Building":, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge In the world), Famous Blue Gnu
ball, would often. "nouk. him at short! H. M. EMERSON, Trafflo Manager W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l.,.Fas. Agent. '
range, which generally\ brought forth the blood.making organs but WILMINGTON. N, C. Region, Lexington and Louisville. \'

unprintable remarks from the suakce. gives them strength, to do ...,-- Free reclining chair oars and high-class day coaches, Through Pullman Ilee

,The artist In Illustrating tbls game their work.Send Ing cars, Jacksonville to St.: Louis. "

wae not far behind the reporter. The proper for free.ample. E.A.B:: <>.A. II > .

;i' picture shows us several hundred spec.dators SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlnt. Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatlon.ar. it
and with the exception of a few o4ij Pearl Street.. .
J ladles and gentlemen seated In carriages joe.and. *I.no.DIXIE, .n druggistNewYotk! I AIR LINE RAILWAY. -

i i the only person sitting down In -

: the entire assemblage. Is the umpire, I
d! And as*If to show the perfect tranquil FLYER -FOR- ;

1' : lily of his mind and bis contempt' for 0.' x.1TS x r>tst. Pa8ll. Agt.. .
foul tips he lear\a gracefully back In t I

bU chair with his", legs croHavd. The WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, :NEW YORK 108 West Bay St., '[ -f Jacksonville, Fla.
basemen, instead of "playing; off" are I

-standing, each with one foot on his r ,

base and n I lima runner Is "glued! to Two Elegant Trains Dally .,

,i i, i deliver third," although the bull. the In pitcher-Is'short the about general to Na.shYUlel Chattahooga & St. Louis By, Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. .\

t aspect of tho l'ldlll enough to give the MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. ,
modern baseball captain iiervuus pros. Western and AtlanUJ: R. R.
tration. ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans --.-.-
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/ The year 1870 saw baseball well ea-

: tabllgheil and deserving the title of national DAYLIGHT BIDE THROUGH \
game. Of the amateur clubs the For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent MalloryLifles
'; Harvard unlversityto.ini wn ono of the' THE Seaboard, or write

". strongest virtually defeating, the fa- OFTENNESSEE A. O. MAcDONET.L Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOTLSTON, Pass. Agt. _
moue lied Stockliik's In one game. Th .
score stood IT to 12: In Harvard's favor AND KENTUOKY. JACKSONVILLE.+ FLORIDA. '
at the I beginning/ of the ninth Inning, allowed at all stations _. -
fl Stop-overs on --- --- ------ ---- i
and with two Iteds the
: out Uoodwln. line where there are Ticket Agents. BO YEARS' and most thoroughly! equipped passenger steamships on the const
Harvard pitcher was hit by a batted EXPERIENCE
ball and injured. He recovered suTll- $20.05! ,Coach, Excursion., KIDNEY DISEASES -NO 'OV.lCRCROWDINO--

clently to pitch the miuio out and then #:i7.60..I! days; $:ir.\lO: t liO< days; STATEROOMS: ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED ont*
3 fainted the lied' meanwhile piling uu *40.C5 Regular lSeaaon ,Ticket. IMPORTANT ships as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of bas! *

"1. eight runs", and winning; The gains was are the most fatal of all dis or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thns Insuring all passengers Indic

i .played In Cincinnati 2 TRAINS DAILY gLeave cascs.FOLEYfS. : service and attention.
} Another notable achievement of a H HMMMMM

\. Harvard ulna was the 'twenty-four In- ,Jacksonville, via.... 8. V., T:4.'\a m. KIDNEY CURE Is I TRADE DESIGNS MARKS PASSE.\GERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.I.
ming and no run game In 1877 with Leave ackiouvllle, via A. C. I.,8oa:i p. m. COPYRIGHTS 4 c.
i; tbe Manchester (N. H.) club. In this Guaraatiidor Re H1HJ Anyone.ending a.k.teh and de.et.pllna ;n:: (See Schedule of Ships la Florida Times-Unfon)
fr.fr weether
s game Catcher Tyng of the Harvard eotckl In..nt.n) .c.rte'n,. prn".bly ant.plan.e,,,...
oyoli. Jim Tynjj, .perennial Jim Tyng) SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. money refunded. Contains ..on..trlat'Ulita',", ...Gdentlal.mranrr for HANDBOORonPatent.MMmcltil Mpeteut*. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
uadtf unprecedented record of SUPERB EQUIPMENT. Patenau tj : tSrou.h Muna *: Co. raoelTefffiol Including) delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the
; remedies recognized by eminent ootlee, without ehwve, la the
tblrty-oue put outs and three assists.: TDROUOH SLEEPERS.E. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS"
i 17 < While this gauge was interesting and physidans as the best for ScientiHc JlU1 rltaH.A .

exciting In Its early part It grew somewhat Odncy and BI adder troubles. lI.nd.om.'y mtntrat.4 w*..kly. ....- elhenl.Onn Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regar,!Tat a;
monotonous.'after the fifteenth J. WALKER, Fla. Pass Agt. PRICK SOc neelnermonth./L. of any vlenllBa..Journal.braliiwd..Jat, Term*, M tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins, tickets, etc.. Jlppl1"IARTHUR
and $'.00.
Inning, owing;. to the fuct hat t the UwnlJ Florida Passenger! Ajtont. r, !! & Cn={te".+:w T. New York W PIE Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jacisoniille Florld
f J>dll! used bJcume .'PUII.1111" the Jacksonville, Tla., t Rest Cross Phanuncy. Era cb l>dl_121'I 14 WaaIIlDtIl : ,



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TITCSVItt-E. THE FLOWER GARDEN. California Prune Wafer F ,! .NE'V YORK: Y' !. :. : .

If you. have that languid, all tired! out -rte-- .-. I .-r t I\\', ;(M i(1'( :t'I
;: Ti.rlr Cap the Present ..4Preparation feeling and hardly know what is the
SemWer Cottage For tae Pv.r.. matter, you Deed a tonlo to carry out '
; v Water plants lu the August!: garden the fever breeding Impurities from the Hotel larlbof rough :
Tablets, a few of : vl
TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. freely; using it spout intend of a sprinkler system. Try Opaao '
them will make ,0LlJlke a new p rsou. .
i r,4 digging a hollow or holes In the
Try them for neuralgia, the effect Is Broadway, :30th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. "'
,. Open All the Tear; ground about the larger plants. Wash wonderful. % cent at- the Red Croon
fl the dust from the follace. NIgbt \Va.tllrlng' PbermacyTituntlle, FU." 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted
on American and and ia managed under. the
European plans persona
r' will
Good Board and Attention.Fl evaporation. Sup '
of the -
port dahlias and heavy plants by strong supervision owner. .
; Reasonable Kate Layla. TIn lank ....d.. E. S. CROWELL, Manager. .
takes. ...
Hones should bo weeded, watered and Muck lauds when thoroughly/ drained n _...__ ___ _.... ______.... .. .___.._ .,., _- ... .
Two doors from F. E. Railway! frequently make veritable garden: -1.---.0-
mulched with grnsa clippings to produce spots But unless the tile lines are 15KYN MAWIl, PA. U
later blooming and and
Statloa, TltuBvIUa. larkspur
laid with sufficient fall preferably In- i
y, geraniums pinched bucli and trimuied
to the clay subsoil and carefully covered
AIRS. A. J.: SEMBLEU, Proprietress. with the same object the soft muck Is liable to soon *
Annuals not Intended for send '
u__ ____ ._ clog them We have;,found that a The 'Bryn Mawr Hotel '"
should have flowers removed each
fhe '
little extra: earn In attending to these 1.f 1
JACKSONVILLE.DYAL s.: day. When need pods form dry, full points will pay exceedingly well and 1 t I 4
and just ready to burst,'* open gather
--- -
prolong the period of usefulness of the v
dry glass or shaded out I
ant on papers
drains for The life of a draincUl'eIlI '
of floors. Collect In small envelope ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) : "
_ ly laid In muck ia very short '
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA and label each sort. Spade about plant \ ,: I
It Is often advisable $0 put boards ,. ,
ei that are soon to be replanted to check : ;',
i both under and on top of the tiles! remarks \
the growth of roots. Mr. Urelner in Farm and FIre- OPEN: JUNE TO OOT nRU. For terms etc., aiMreim, fvt at
Prepare the beds for new borders

and bulbs by spading a foot in depth I side. ..!... ''F t\,': };, '

Opposite postof&oe. Centrally located. Thoroughly,, palreel.and renovated '- and mixing/ with sand end manure the "'_d. In Alfalfa. I I. ..;;t'. :; fA' ?
: '
: ". ': original poll. Move the pansies that The most snciraHful: method of combating LTCLAND 8TERRY, Manager. t
:\ they.may get a good start weeds in alfalfa consists In fre "
Vowly/ furnished. throughout. Liberally conducted, .. .. -.
*' Dan your window garden. South quent mowing during the first year, \ ',:t
windows': Geranium, heliotrope, nil- eVt'Iwben the alfalfa plants have not .
I 1JKYX AlA WI ; ; .
,} ,
Rates .2. O' day'and : 7
per up. gnonette, roses and oxullfl. attained sufficient height for haymak;
East windows: Begonias and pet+ ..-
ing. Repeated clipping with the mower -- -

B. W.6PEgRYProprietor.;! wooden flies trained box. on a rack and set In. a during the first summer will do .. KIAMICHIIA LAKH,::;:,,Y: .
much to repress weeds and to thicken a

North windows: P/rlmroaps.; cyclamenand the stand of alfalfa by making the I 0-" --- .da I ',. .,
large plants. : plants throw out a greater number of
.N.' O'NEAL West wlriUows: Protect jvlth a thin stems (GAIiE t J'
muslin curtain, and In them pace Kiamesha InnKiAD14r3IiAi
: \\ COl'N"r"t \ ; it
s chrysanthemums and bulbs of later A Flon ln. Theater. .

HAS LEASED THE growth. ,* A Dutch luaimger Is building a floating ,I, NKW yonK'.

In August repot fuchalas, begoniasand theater with ,seats for :. OO persons ,oII'Jt'tl.'. 1 \
f ARAGON HO on. Ret out tin slips started sad I lllwnl I provisions for appeusnx ;','i''l i/l j ,\

HOTEL early In the unnitner.VnKli \ ; the hnnirer and thirst of his patron Thin: "New HokI111ge'" 'of the North, tu'Hlleit! In the mountains \by the t tside t
\ flowerpots, Inside and out and, r .I.
, *. He will tow hlA unstable temple
soiik now ones Put a layer of stonesor of a beautiful lake 2,0011 feet above( sen level.
the down
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It of harmony tip Rhine and
,I broken bits. of crockery In the hot ,
i. is open on' the American plan Rates $2.50 per day and upwards" tom. nod fill with equal parts of l ljif again sad give operatic performanceson Kxiiilitlto] clliunto. All modern convenience; Large airy rooms. .

it;1 The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put in flrst-clai-* condition. mold garden': soil and sharp siiuil.Household. ,- board. --------__._ .
> When finished It will be second Bowling Alleys Golf and Tennis. 5
(; to none in the city. New e evator and ;
i,, new plumbing/ being Installed. New and large sample room being added., Srhool For Th'rlci Critic.
Rooms with bath, from May lat to Nov. let, $;J per day A Mfhool of theatrical( critics Is to 0,
- A Place For Sprnrln! M..I.. Most reasonable rates i,
. btt opened; In Paris. The students are .
In these days of widespread spraying .
STMOR ELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. M n multitude of crops the> proper cure to attend dress rehearsals and write II. U. SHARK! Proprietor. fr
them for
JACKSONVILLE. of the poison and the plot'rllllum..) up practice. -.-- .-_----. ------- ,-_-.- ---_._.- .__._.---.-_-_--_._.--_ .--_..-_._-_-.-.._- '
II.1 In applying it becomes an Important

American matter, especially If there are children
t plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened .
s about The ouly safe way is to keep

this season. Fine cooking and, good table. not and Cold Water the whole outttt under lock and key,

I' Baths, Elevator, .eto. Five minutes from' any wharf .or depot.: All HAVE YOU SEEN' i i

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50/ per day. ,

Mrs. A. J, WALKER Proprietor.e ,

New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,: ':;: : ;":' I 4

THE I :: ,

f --On the American and..European Plan- ( ::: : IA

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant '
+w N a
.' family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00: and $2.60; European, BOots/\ .

and up. All cars form Union Station atop at the door. A .APB FliACB> Foil POISONS. .

II. W. IIANCOCIcLj'roprletor.fhe and best of all, under lock and key Ina

beautifully located Klverslile' Hotel at Green receptacle that is used for no other 1
Cove Springs, !la under the
same management. purpose says American Gardening.The .
cut shown such a receptacle

mad from a dry goods box: of the size

JLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL Corner Bridge and Bay Stieets. needed to accommodate palls spraying WALTON ?

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. pump, etc;, fitted with a stout lock.
Such a box may remain In the orchardor .
-Rooms 50cts, 75cts; and $1,00---- .
near the gardenfastened as sgested .

A first-class Restaurant In Connection to keep It from being overturned -

J. II. WOLFE, Manager. or It may have bandies at the ends .
and be carried to the field or orchard v
when needed.

A P.r,.c flovitjr Ford Coataloap. .((1)). ..iD.I .
I According to P. K. Vllna of the Colorado

experiment station a perfect
he Seaside Inn OLD. SEABREK E, Rocky Ford cantaloupe should be

GOODALL, FLA. slightly over four Inches in diameter '
and about four and flve-elghtbs'Incben \

long. It'should have sliver. gray net 1

Is now open for the summer season, under the management of tile owner, Unff that stands out like heavy lace, ,. ;',;: ,, :
practically covering the entire melon '//I. '
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome. and new, .situated on' Daytona "" ,. I II
save the well defined slate colored ,
Beach, the hotel Is modern in all Its appointments, with large airy, pleasant stripes; these should run the whole I 'f ,

; rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Heating's Caalno and Pier. length of the melon clear cut as If ", .', .

The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. grooved out with a, round chisel and I _______
terminating. at the blossom end In a 1
HOKACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager. small button. The Interstices in the ",
netting should be light olive green tbat .

.. turua slightly yellow when the melon y I'A
-- -- -- -- '-
Is ready for market The flesh shouldbe '
thick and firm, of a smooth texture : NEW INVENTION.Recently 'r'\ '
J'-/ .
and free from watery appearance, rich ,. ,
and melting In flavor. The shippingand -

keeping qualities depend largelyon '"\"

the solidity of the melon, so the Patented all Over the World '
seed cavity should be small and per
fectly filled with se'd. The color of

the flesh near the rind, should be dark
green shading lighter toward the seed, The Walton. '
cavity which should be salmon of

orange In color. The flesh Is often

mottled with salmon and not uncommonly Selt Tackle Block t
J@f fl[ the entire flesh Is of thatcolor. 1-

.. I 1 ,
Pretty Hardy Per. Tbll i load-holding.Hock Is road In various 1-1 t, ;;
r. "Poem in /green" U< what one bright ,
shapes and sixes, of WOOD IRON: ., :
woman sty leu the hardy ferns. Exquisite 1
+ and BRONZE. well '
Will work
and equally tfV'with
grace and beauty of form tel: a
tort are theirs by heritage, and, though v rope, chain or wire rope. ,'d',

they may not possess. brilliant colorings Will work at any bight, upside down, ": ,

or own a fragrance worthy' of horizontally, or at any angle, and will _
mention, they can hardly be equaled atop and look at any point
for certain, positions lost gardens
Invaluable forever kind of business '
have spots under a north wall or some ,
shaded place where the suashjne' seldom where. block Is needed, frequently saving 1

lingers In which the ordinary the labor of one man or more.

Cowering! or foliage plant wUl not Nothing Ilk. I'for hanging or stretch-.
thrive. In such situations the fern I Is lag wires.Address. .
home and will do well with a minimum s
amount of care. all communications to the;

...... 'Sewer aaIII.rdt.. Walton Self Locklag Block Co.
JOB PRINTING The newer ouuipiu-t. form of the weir: ,1 a .
known perennial. UulIlardJii grand!flora (Incorporated.. ) I, I. 1 ',rill, w 1wr'

lit .an Improvement over the old form Office and Wareroom, 4
In this new plant nothing of the ult I ) Near Kowe's Wharf, :Elevated: hUtlon. l ld
the'office torts is changed but the habit whl<''if I .t
Executed at of the
Is noticeably neat and the flowers m"rI i r
erect.! The constant summer bloom I re -- .

character insure* the-gslllardlas popnIsrlty Sample Blocks can beaten at the AnVOCATB -

ST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. anti the compact form makes It | office, Tltusvllle;sod at the store
avsUabl for almost any purpose ani' 4 d of 8. 1.. Ilobbard A Co., "Icka nyllle.
specially! for bordering.
\ Call and see these blocks working' w



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............. ...... .. ......".......... .. .. MARRIED IN.TITUSVILLE.' .NNNN...........................N.NNN..N.NI

;; / : i9't vI Z F.A. Morgan Proprietor. E. R. BUlt.w
t I TITUSILLEIORIDAa Mr. W. Ernest. Vanlandlnghara of Miami I I
41 West Bay Street, ,., i f and Mis Susie Aleph Mima, of Titus I
i iOn if yule, were quietly married at 11:30 a. m. "IRED 'PH-ARMACY I

i Largest JACKSONVILLE stock/ In this section, FLORIDA.of country.' afNaftfMNK11rfEKi K,. .. 4 on Thursday, September, 15, i904 at the 1 mlim I

home( of the bride's mother, Mrs M. C.
1 Established In 1818.( the Banks the Far Famed ,
: | Mima, Rov. H. B Gibbous officiating. ,1
; Send for descriptive catalogue ; i Tl'l'U8VJLLJ, :FLORIDA,
t'' Mr. and Mrs. Vantandingham left on

I : Indian Riveii | the 1:13: p. m. train, same day, far Baltimore Complete Stock of-
L, -THE- *' ) amid the congratulations and I! DRMS" i
(food wishes of their bout of friends, ,
L FLORIDA MOTOR CO. A 'Well-Known: Orange, Vegetable Fish and .* where Mr. Vanlaudlngham will' complete EPURE. ffSF" Prescriptions Filled With the JUtmost
Hunting Section.IBS his medical education this winter. f Care and romptltude. BKlL *

DAYTONA FLA Mlles from Jaokconvllle. I f8 MII l from lilt An cu tlne.THO i Prof. J. D. Teeter marched the :: TOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. :

'r i Carry a full line of..... I **********k***************************************** school pupils to the depot to see their :: Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes, 2
S 14 AUTOMOBILES'ami TIRES former teacher on her trip. Beside the Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Can ,ien, and all other articles. kept .
ian River and the favorite points of fitting stores. fM
TOWN OF TITIJBViLLEIasituated br u -to-date drug
.....In stook, also out and starting numerous cruising children, there wer' .many friends of. theeont'ractlug i Welrive prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. J
ks of the far
MARINE and STATIONARY GASOi famed" Indian River on the, and ba loon the line of l parties during our balmy winter months; parties at the station, and a ,.N...........NNNNNNN..INN..N1NN......N. :
an everything to comfortably It would be hardto
i necessary more orderly! gathering
Florida 155
the East. Coast Railway,
LINK ENGINES! miles south of Jacksonville, 118 miles equip a pleasure yacht or bunting/ party find, as there was no old ahoes'or rice
c can be obtained in Tltusvllle at the most : !
from St. Augustine 1-15 miles north of reasonable prlceb This is evidenced by to be seen. ,
Palm Beach and north of
212 miles
f MAGNETOS, the fact that the same parties have been -DEALERS IN-
Miami. The TItiisville branch of the

BATTERIES EVAPORIZERS: defunct by.the J., T.Florida A K.: W.East Ry.Coast, now Rail controlled -, coming winters to for Titusville that purpose annually, In preferenceto for many A PLEASANT-EVENING GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

:V t; SPARK COILS way Co., also runs Into the town, this other points along the Kant Coast.' Miss Maggie/ Collins entertained a few TVe handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS

I' r ,' and PLUGS being the terminlal point of that branch. nBAT.TII-OIVISO) OZONE friends at her home In Tltusvllle, on We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum.
for Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
There are about ten trains running Into ers. Write us prices on
of all kinds, and are offering them for Titueville daily, from Intermediate. points The cool, refreshing health-giving, Thursday evening oflast week In booor'of K. L. BRADY & BRO. -, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

r t sale at...,.,,Ii during the winter season Tltusvllle. Is ozone-laden breezes' wafted accrostf from Mr. C. B. Spear, who was acting mail .
/ theAtlantlo Ocean and the broad Indian -
one of the division headquarters of theF. clerk on the Sanford branch during the
..OUT PELXOES.:: .. River are among the enjoyable featuresof
iwf llallway.Co.;
this phenomenal location on the East absence of Mr. J. O. Collins. W. E. GOLDSMITH
Tltusville has shelled streets, electric
'" few Coast of Florida. ,
'* They have bargains In lights, a very reliable bank (the Indian About fifteen were present! and all t

*'I.' KNOX, River State Bank) a good newspaper, COMB: TO TITUHVILMC.. report a roost pleasant time.! The evenIng -Dealer In-

.;' BUICK the EAST, COAST ADVOCATE, sample The facts presented should Lave ten- was spent playing games, the principal STAPLE AND'FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
,copies of which will be sent to any part denoy to direct the attention of many feature, however, was that trying to ,

WHITE, of fine the brick United well-stocked States or Canada. Board free; prospective settlers and visitors to this supply the tailless donkey on the wall, PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. .
i stores, FLORIDA.
town of Titusville tbe banksof TITUSVILLE -
DE MOqy, of Trade, five white churches and two cosy the Indian River. on' with a tall. The prize for the one who

G RAN1'FERRIS.MARINE.I colored churches, large fisheries tannio came the nearest to accomplishing 'this

acid factory (Florida Extract Co.), an Ice TITUSVIH.JC'S HOME INDUSTRY. most difficult feat, .was won by Mr. Caw INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
;- STANION'ARY ENGINES. faotory, a welt organized band, an operahouse .
,law, and real estate offices, an excellent From the Manufacturer' Record ITitunllle i per Mima, a handsome writing outfit. FLA. '

All Kinds of .' '. school, .a shooting club, a largehotel' ,-on the Indian River, Florida Dainty refreshments were served and: TITUSVILLE,
LATHE and a number, of good boarding well known to lovers of the rod and at about 11 o'clock the guests dispersed, Is prepared to furnish Ice In any'quantlt Sacked or'loose. Special attention
WORK houses. gun as a winter base for their bunting paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto. '
A Specialty. As the county seat of Brevard County, and fishing expeditious Is destined in voting the occasion a most delightful T. T. WETMORE Proprietor. I

It has a court bouse and-a modern brick tbe near future to become a manufacturing one.
Jail building, but rarely prisoners in town of some Importance. Its pea
Write for Prjces: and Torma.S any
t it. The population Is about 1.000. ple are progressive and !energeticand CHURCH NOTICES. SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
The Circuit Judge and the County although/ its population Is' given as but '- TilE
; .:EI.. L. J.\lIOTLO: '%i1'. Judge reside here. 1,000. it ia already provided with paved
Archdeacon D. F. Bron will bold
streets, /good sidewalks, electric lights
A HEALTHv sEcrrosr! an Ice factory, a lumber yard boat yardand service at St. Gabriel's church, on Sun- Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

Illness so rare, that one doctor finds ways, a bank two of the bent newspaper day next, at 11 a. m., and 7:30: p.'' m. ,
time to act as Justice of the Pence and I'I"utsln the State, well-stocked '
Rev W. F. Shoemaker, will preach In *
r Notary Public besides attending to his stores, whose trade covers an extended .
medical practice A prominent phy l- territory; churches, an up-to-date graded the Methodist church, at Mlms, next Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
clan In an article on the health of Bre school with gymnasium: and military Sunday at 11.a. m. and In Titusvlle, at ,
vard County (this county being 100 miles drill, fisheries and extract works whereIs .
long, making one-fourth of the East manufactured ahigh-giadetanningex- 7:30p. m.Services Offices foot ot IJogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.

Coast, tract obtained from the roots of the saw at the Tltusvllla\ Baptistchurch I
Itnu ) says i l
J. K. AIUNNERLTF; General! Manager.
i "The Indian River furnishes an unsurpassed palmetto. on Sept. 18th and. 2titli.' Bible
asylum for the invalid from the This latter is the pioneer In Its fine,
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school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a..m. -7----------
chilly blasts of old winter. It I Is equal. and its promoter, Mr. Wm. M. Brown,
ed by few sections of the world In Its well deserves the success which ho has and 7:30: p. m. Strangers always wel The Oldest Established Grain mad seen< House In the State.

freedom' from damp and foggy mornings.Its finally attained In this enterprise. There come. HOWARD U. GIBBONS, Pastor
sandy soil swallows up whatever were many'problems to solve In the manufacture i YALOlA

rainfall the passing showers may bring, of what the market required In -s77"m.( : : .A. :SOUrS: : > cSc Oo.
tbe of from the
""-'fII"' leaving the surface free from redundant way a tanning extract
water,so that there Is absolutely no mud palmetto root. Mr. Brown sought advice -
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, for the pedestrian to chill his feet with. in his enterprise from the best Meadanoes. L. A. and Adhemar Brady GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Ales Stout, Eto. "The .Invalid seeking recuperation chemists be could find, and the high- delightfully entertained the Progressive ,
Invincible destroyer grade extract now produced is largelythe /
from the of that
J3T Send meyourorderel I of ravages our race In northern latitudes result of suggestions received fromAn Culture Club Monday afternoon. at the Flour, Gr.itsIleal and Fertilizers
li TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. pulmonary disease, will meet In many ofthe eminent professor of chemistry .In former's home. s

resident population practical demonstration Vienna, Austria. The works are now on A game of "Camps" was played and ,.T. Lbw MOo 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
a profitable basis, and the proprietor is
of Its beneficent Influence.
East Coast Meat Market The writer of this article came to this sang nothing and "sawing wood." as all are Interested in the Japanese- Agts. for furiudi Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

section In January, 1873, from central are numerous other "proposi Russians War, It proved very entertaining I -. -
Ohio, suffering from pulmonary' con tions'* watting for the right man to develop and as usual the ."Japs" were, victorious -
t' ; O. F. DUREN, Agent. sumption. Improvement was definite the 'them. '!'tIe maguey plant asburce having captured the greatest Wlj: L .II

first winter. and a continued residence of much wealth a,a producer of pulque, number of = :;:
tB:: has resulted In confirmed good health, In the valley of Mexico, grows wild here, prisoners.Dainty r 370:0.: 3/\TsTs.
1. C"D O continuing to the present year" needing no cultivation. Pulque must be refreshments were served and I ,
-. I drank In the first two days,ns there Is no all wished these social, meetings would I I II

FINE DRIVES. / practicable way to arrest Its fermenta come oftener. Turnips-and Bagas.
tion. With the excellent transportation
There are fine drives along the bank. available from Tltuavllle, a pulque plant II Onion SetS-Bermuda and Pearl. I

= of Indian River and through the hammocks could market Us product as far north as EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. :Beans.
and, There are
orange groves.
fine In the Baltimore. MEETING. Seed Potatoes-for fall. No. 4 Rose and Triumph
some very orange/ groves
This Is drink and If
=af neighborhood of Titusville, and It would peilr Introduced a refreshing, would become, as pro- Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Eto.
: pay the visitor to these parts to go and ular as beers It ia particularly accept A meeting of the County Executive

= c-;;: view them. < able to middle-aged persons who have Committee, will be held In Tltusvllle 1 L. GLMi xt.C>N'. So.oc1SD1:: : : ,.

.*"" -= MAQXIFICKNT SHEET OF WATER. do been the prone to of allow their their stomachs to Saturday, September 17th, at 2 p. m., In I 1\ East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
work U
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ''To the southeast of Tltusvllle lies a digestion and promptly as relievesthe promotes the Court House, for the purpose of takfbg .

magnificent sheet of salt water, about six effect of over-eating. some action In regard to placing on la !! 1I7 Joi 8oiiJ! IIf al i iiiIoC7.n! :_- _srNow
miles wide, formed by the waters of the Valuable fiber plants grow wild In this 'the ticket the name of a candidate for
::j'J. Indian Klver. Here fishing wild duck soil and climate aud for the orde//
t are waiting Prosecuting Attorney. By of
Robbins & Graham Go shooting, and can be In.
sailing rowing
tight men to utilize them, :: Is the ':Time:
dulged to the heart's content of the 'r. J. COCKSIIUTT, K. B. RAULERSOV, : : _
\J.I, Describing a circle of ten miles radius,
\ (Incorporated.) most, fastidious sportsman with Tltusvllle as a center,artesian wells Secretary. Chairman. TO CALL AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF A
with a flow of from five to eight feet
PAID UP CAPITAL $35,000.00.; ( head produce saturated solution of CAUCUS MEETING. Flc..e:: D1at'C.oc..d.:: i
v. There lea large area of primeval for
salt and soluble
other minerals. The
r' This company owns eat and prairie land In this section, of sodium and chlorine be Our stock Is very large, and we are in position to show you any size,loose or
products can
where the hunter delights to eo after mounted gem that you want. Our specialty la Fine Diamonds and fIigh-grade
LfAN: : 3D: ) S manufactured here small and
wild turkey, deer, quail, English snipe, with large profits. at cost Notice Is hereby given to the qualified Waltham and Elgin Watches.. Diamond Brooches, from $500 to $1,000 each, sod

I I' t, & the Indian River Country; On the St.J' etc., eto.; and where the thrifty settler From the north line of the town, extending voters of the town of Tltusvllle, mouey saved on every purchase.Hess .

LncJe River; at New River and on Bay may find some of the finest hammock ,north along the river for 12 miles that a caucus will be held at the CourtHouse
land In the state for the growing of fruit is a palmetto forest. The leaves pro- on the 23rd day of Sept, 1004 for & Slager
DJ Prices to suit the times. and vegetables. ,
caJ1le. duce a fiber equal to that obtained from the purpose of nominating town officers
J the cocoanut palm. The buds are 'used DIAMONDS.: WATCHES & JEWELRY.
; I Send for Land List. CANAVERAL CLUB to be voted for at the next Town election
to make brushes. Tbe trunk contains a 11 and 13 MaloOta: O.'L. WATCH INSPECTOR. 3:19: W. Bay St.
z Offices at Titusvllle and Miami Fla. On the Atlantic Ocean Beach, nearlyIn material closely resembling cork The O. A. FROST. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

1 1i a direct line with Tltusvllle is Canaveral application of a little Inventive talent ____. ...J
I Club, which Is by over I will produce marketable. articles from Shoe
CHAS. FULTONwill 10,000()) acres of land. This property la this and many other tropical plants Repairing.

i I owned by some of the most prominent whose utility, although! recognized, THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
and wealthy residents of Boston who awaits proper experimentation and do. I do all kinds of hoot and altos repalr- ;
,I attend to all kinds of come to Titusvllle every winter to board velopment. The field Is here, and with ng, and do not forget It. Opposite Jas
their launches for the Club House. Pritchard A Son. ANDREW GmsoN.Tltusvllle
the application of brains, patience and a lt13FOUR PRICES ARE RIGHT -:1::
moderate amount of capital, fortunes Fla.
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block of the bled In the world. Fit OB
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Bearer Useful In any place where I .. :'
hoisting Is done. With these blocks 1 -. Jacksonville -, Florida. aCVWRITE

one man can do tbe work 'of two., E:

Thousands sold in the north. Call : TitusYille Florida. z 0

and aee them In working: order at tills
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