Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: May 19, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00399
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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NEWS "Prolllll'l-4 :May :Mnko; friends" !Shoes, Shoes! SIlOON. That AVcll ro.HSCil 't't-lInJ. H. JULIUS SMITH DEAD. AMONG THE HOTELS.
LOCAL Hut 'Tin: Performance Keei: I

Topics of General Interest. I Them" ,Penney >V= lirannlng, the Clothiers and It's I something that most men npii II. Julius. Smith, I'rol'rlllh)1' the II.J. Tlio AIIVOCAIK Is on tilt\ ul all tl.n

od )o'UI'UIKhol', have the largest and mont 1 ,'relate.Some I. Smith Klectrlo Mute: Company: which. I II. beat hotels In Now York city.
Broad endued I. known throughout the world." manuiiotuilng -
the made /
ten cents are promises complete stock of Children's Shoes toat of them pity pretty high to> ,,,,- Whore the East: Coast..
Reading notice ads. are this DUO of the fluent blnstliig tuaihlnes to stop along
T:line on this page.; by store; they are never formulated, was ever shown In the city. Have -them cure it.Others. madu, and fiiinlshing elictiloii.i's Soo lint of hotel and hoarding houses
er however, until after the most careful In the Sandal, White Canvas Tan andget fur blasting dlod at Ms
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for the ADVo- : wear our roady-to-wenr puipimes\ 011 Ith and 7tli .
when you subscribe consideration of this yltal question : home In Korly-sovtMith, street, New York, pagesMr.
It does not cost you Patent Leatlier. We pan suit them n'.lfrom It for half the money.
ars by the year Included. "'vill the merchandise: and prices boar 'iit-miiiy, uvcntngmettil3 I t : Allen T. Troadway it former maii-
tree cents per week postage the infant to the girls and says, We don't ask you to take our wonl for It will bo iitmemlioied. that at the

of expiration printed upon out our statement to the most minute ltd and 17 years. Prices :0e up to $;.1. lie excellency our clothing, but It death of II. Julius Smith, .Sr.' several agar of the New Itorklodgo hotol Rock-

o'nrpapcr Vote date or wrapper every week. This detail ?" This principle we take painsto Ladies Shoes Never before In the would. please us Immensely If you would years 1 mart, young !Mr. Smith took chargeof \ ledge, ,,'I a., linn opened the Iced Lion

receipt for your money. No need Impress on all our clerks. history of Titusvlllo wets there ever nine In anti look at the new summer the electiloal. works hero and. I In spite|> Inn, Slorkbildgo, Maxi :Mr. John' I':.

II pond receipt for subscription. We have received a case of over two such of of pieiliciloim! to the contrary. hoe our- loswoith. Is till loom clerk! surunndlngIr.
,rusto a Urge: assortment I.Rdle''loeR. tyles. If you are a merchant talloi's: Ned on the'business most niiccossfutlv.Mr. .
foe date Rives I It to you. thousand yards of dry /goods consistingof Wo have them; any kind, shape and man we will gua.tnteo. to surprise you.( r. Smith resided' In I'liinpton lakes. , Ir. llitvll who next month, will mantra

THE ADVOCATE Voile Moimelaine Spring liourettr, style from the house shoe at :$1 I, to tile Paying too much and waiting too longs / mill about it year ago wl.ell ho movudto \ : llimton Hall, another IIno piece of

J1.50 per annum In advance... Greylock Suitings and American Clotli. Ugliest; price Queen Quality nt $:.1. the "miich-to-order way;" but paying Now York. propertyownodby :Mr. Treiidway who
1100 six months These goods have never been sold l under In Men's Ho in it sun of former Mtjor! S nil til, has ninny frlomUou Indian IU vert
to foreign countries. Shoes we Il'ail. haying any just enough and getting perfect aatl.d.'IJ'tlon who served two yours In that ollloe ashe
.J.OO per an. 10, 12-g, and ir:>cts per yard WK will put kind of Shoe that Our line Is
men wear. our way first Mayor of Pomptnn Lukes.DUOXUHIM Tim Continental hotel Atlantic Bench

Ton EAST COAST ADVOCATE is on them on sale next week at the following of Work Shoos, $1.00 and $1.75 are win- We fit nil shnpoH. $U to *:!II. was :'Jll\ yours old mid. U. snr- 'la., under the maliltflement J\lr.ll.
lie at the following news-stands at five prices: The rubber bottom vlv..1( by it wife, who was Miss Olonian,
ners. Tennis :Shoe Mail Orders receive prompt attention K; Itenils will open for the mason on'hursilay
: ul 1'eokskill N. Y. before her iimrrlagit.
conti per\copyTituevilleRed, Cross Pharmacy. Voile Moimellne, lOo per yardjSprlnjr.Boiirette ; 7":>o. Fine line of Slippers ranging In Jl'1-irn Kl.INK, Mr. Smith was highly "respected| by all Juno 1st. Mr. hernia Is the

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. at H'.jC' ; Greylock Suiting, at prices from $l.r:>0 to if.OSWI'I1: \ IRie' Tltiisvllle Flit. whit knew him, was prominent In society mtnnger of the famous Bedford Spring .

sale at the Red He; American ('loth. at 80 per yard. of Dress Shoos forJ.:!.?>0. A completeline and a member ef huller Lodu of Frue h"tlIl. "Redford Pa., and during hllll\t..!

-ADVOCATFS for \ This is an opportunity you have never of the well known Cnmttott Shoos -Attorney loo. M. Robbins\ left for and Accepted Musons In high standing.Tlio / oiu-o north ho will have valuable and
Pharmacy Titusvllle. deceased was the sun of the lute
On bad offered you before. Don't miss thin at :$3.00 *:i l."i:tit(> and I.OO.. A complete illanil on Wednesday night ilr. II. Julius Smith a piomliient win pop nlitr assistant to hook after things at

-Mr. Wade II. Jones spent from Sat- sale; we have too much of this clans of lino of the well known ..:.I"\n\ Clapp )Fine ofCan tor resident ot Hook 10.1 .., whom lie. the Continental.\ We may toll those

goods) hence we give; our patrons the Dress Shoe, from $:>.00() to $(mIJt! 0.) -Tax Assessor 1' A. McMillan, owned the beautiful orange grove lately 'know-alls" that Mr. Itemls has ni fmuly -

JacksonIf Benefit of first cost.SEE Our store Is filled l with every thing/ iallie, arrived Tltusvillu yo U-r- bought| by Mr. Douglass. mend Mr*. Homls In. north, for the
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THOisK! COOL :SUITS FOIl MEN -
Intend going north this sum now and up-to date A complete line .miner.
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you tickets from the Clyde In our clothing! department. They of Clothing and }o'urnl..hlnIIIIY/ ; and -:Mrs. W. N. llendry after spending EAST COAST PINES FIRST.
mer, Ret your One of our New York correspondent
\ are every thing that men wear can be found several weeks In town with bt-r mother
Steamship Co's. agent In Titusvllle. IT.JOHN. writes. the AI that Mr. Fred
>VOCATK
The first of the
pineapples season
U. WALKER & CO., here. mind daughter, loft for Port Tierra .yeserday. -
-Rev J. F. O'Boyle of Daytona, arrived TIIIC I.AHOK 8TOUK.Titusvllle Every article guaranteed. Mail orders "mused through Jacksonville, Monday, to terry, manager of the Royal Polnclania(
markets from the lower Knst;,
ho Eastern
W night and! has and Breakers I'ulm Roach Fla.. ; and
dnesday
Florida.Mr.
here .
on -
n specialty Coast of 1.'lorlela. The himHod ,
wore -
pines
Sheriff Joe P. Drown who limes boon
the lIoinoHteitd! Hot Springs Va. will
hand- ,
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been around town receiving hearty PENNEY: AT HKAMNINO, d by S. J. Sllgh 1% Co.
quilts Ill with fever during the )pent two have another (hotel to look
friends. The cold of lust winter will have 0011 palatial
stakes from his numerous -: K. B. Raulerson of Fort Pierce The Clothiers and Kuinlshers, snap
or three weeks Is now much Improved some elTect on the pineapple crop and fter-tlie 1'llIzlIllOtel. New York. At a
-Mi s Evelyn Clark one of Daytona'spopular spent a day or so in town this week. Tlttisvlllo, Flit. I
In health the yield for this year will be about one- coat of over two million dollars thlahotel
ladies has been enjoying third less than of last
young ICE CREAM Saturday at Red year.
every
this amt
bo ro-hullt
will summer
t visit with her friend Miss Leila Anthony Judge D. J.. Gaulden left yesterday ICE CREAM every Saturday at DrugStore The Cuban crop this year has been .a
Cross Pharmacy Titusvllle.Mr. { .
of West Palm Beach this week.Mr. for DeLand, on a visit to Ills family.\ Titusvllle. good one, but the Florida fruit Is very runsfornind) ( from a quiet[ family hotel of

I Chas. II. Walton spent Sunday' much It* supoilnr, and better piluns are fume old ntyle to thoroughly up-to-date
Edwin J. Stewart, of Jensen I at that popular seaside resort Pablo -Dr. F. H. Houghton spent from Saturday -Conductor J. McCormack, the new obtained from the Florida grown philippics ostolry. Contracts have boon signed

the of his until Monday at Hotel Carlton, conductor on the THiisvlllo-hanford Jacksonville Metropolis.
ipent Sunday In town guest Beach. by l which Mr. Storry will take charge of
mother! Mrs J. S. Stewart and sister, Melbourne branch! of the K E. C. Railway, IseipoctDg --------- tile remodeling and management of

-Mr. II. B. Mace left here, Sunday, his wife and baby to arrive Noun A PLEASANT PARTY.
lira. Barry Wilson. lie left for Jensenon ICE CREAM every Saturday at DrugStore what practically will bo a. new structure.

the 10:11: !) train night. fur Jacksonville and sailed oil Monday: _.. ---------
: Sunday : -:Mr. and Mrs (;bl'''. M. Ileubleln
For New York en route to his home In Miss Ethel Illckson and brother, M niter .
fRESH CUCUMBERS AND TOMATOES Wllllamsbrldge X. Y. -The Alpine Cottage Tltusvlllo, under and little daughter, Dorothy, who aiu Claude Illckmui, gave a party to I BATHING AT PABLO BEACH.
known to many residents of the Esst about dozen of their little friends, 011''
daily at Wagoner's.Mr .
the management of Mr. Kate Myers,
WANTED-The address of O. J. Williams { Coast are now at the Eagle hotel, Ilotliulmni Wednesday evening. Various games Sunday. last was a hot day In Jacksonville -
and assisted by Mr. F. A. Lesley, opened on and about I.ICH) people-Including;
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and Mrs. C. T. McCarty the printer who worked at Pa.MALLORY. were played and from the laughter It Is
ttn. Abdill, of Eldretl passed throughhere Tuesday and has already done a very quite evident it very hilarious time washad the editor of tills paper-hied thrinselyouitl !
West Palm Beach the past winter. fair business :\ f.INE'1'ICKET FOR HALF., by the little folk. Refreshments to Pablo lleuoh ; some ti> enjoy the
Friday last, oo their way home and others to
line surf-butliing get n
cake
of Ice and
consisting cream were
-Mrs. J. C. Jones and children who Keinandlna) to New York and Return
from a visit to Jacksonville where they -Mr. and Mrs. J. A. (Modlaette who served I at a seasonable hour and the par whit of ozone from the grand old ocean
have spent the two weeks with Mrs. Klrst-ClaHs. Cheap. Apply at the to and from Pablo
past
had been attending the State HortioultanlSociety'a have been spending several months at Iclpant were on their way home by Both trains going
Jones' parents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. AI>VOCATK: office, Titusvllle.Mm. 10 o'clock. were packed with iixcurslonlsts, and a
meeting. their cosy winter home at ,Froottlnllc.are - ---- -- groat iniiny failed to gt a seat, "nlllla,1
Hall left on Tuesday for their home at
their home In Minneapolis Hurague and Miss, Bergs are on whole It looked.
-Dr E Souvielle\ one of Jackson- now at summer : BASEBALL. tll stand the time. *
rille's prominent physicians who bad Quay. Minn. their return trip to New York after visIting If the rnllroad official were hardly<< pre*

-Dr. W. S. Graham of Miami, who several countries In Europe As pared to handle such a crowd on that
been at Shiloh near the head of Indian -Editor J. W. White of the Fraternal Baseball game between the Tltuavllie: ,lay. But It was a very wellbehavedcrowd
River has been In Jacksonville for a few weeks, iisuai:, hey will be on the East Coast Gallle Eau there "horae play"
looking after his property, gave Record, Jacksonville, and others, and Eau teams, at Oallle on for wa nu
this office a pleasant call on Friday last stopped over In Titusville from Friday passed through here, Monday en routeto net winter Saturday May 20th, atiOO: : p. m., which from one end of the train to the other

to tee the editor whom he knew In until Saturday, en route home. The West Palm Beach to attend the an- Archdeacon B. F. Brown a former will be followed by a Grand Hall In the is The far. as lion-bathing we could see.could hardly. hays

London, England about 24 years ago. Doctor's many friends were pleased to nual convention of the order of Red resident of Titusvllle for many yours, evening. Everyone Invited Admissionto beams butter and on the arrival of each

YOU ABranding's see him looking so well in health. Men. but now of Orlando gave our office a the grounds; 2.VU; admission to the rain there wan a grand rush for the
SHOULD SEE PENNEY
where Mr. Flournuy
WE WANT LIMES-We solicit your pleasant call, yesterday lie was on Ms ball, Wtots.! lathing pavilion,
line of Up-to date Readymade PERSONS desiring the professions) services and his corps of ssslitants were kept
consignments of Limes, or will buy was to Eau Gallic, to visit Mrs. Gilbert busily engaged doling out buthing suitsid
Iothlng-by far the prettiest of Dr. Houghton will find him DEATH OF MRS. BLACK.
line them outright. Communicate withus and sun the merry crowd. The Ocean View
ever shown In Titusvllle. Their at his office, on board the Den ton, at business end
PORTE PRODUCE A hotel also did a nulling ,
line of summer Pants, made up In at once. : the Indian River hotel dock. Titusvllle, AT PENNEY A BKANNING'8 YOU -New. arrived here this week that the AUVOOATK editor and friends had V

the very latest style, Is the largest as- COMMISSION: CO., Jacksonville,:23:Fla.,20Prof. } for two yveeks. will find a complete stock of Linen the wife of the Hev. J. G. Black a former some IItttle difficulty In getting dinner, !1.

Mrtment ever shown here. See their and Crash Suits, prices from ,.'I.r.o to resident of Titusvllle died In Greenove during the rush.Openlnir .
the Mr. W. C. Kawlinson a well knownpineapple ,
ot ,
J. D. Teeter principal ----
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big ad. on 8th pace. 'fl.f>.50 per suit; also a line of Crash and
and Ms daughter grower; from Eldred, after enjoying Spring on Monday
Titusville nigh School( ,
Linen Pants at $1.2.n.1: "..ro. of the Ilreukerw.
-Mr. Charles II. Walton, editor and Miss Maude Teeter who has been a a visit of about ten days In Tallahassee -

Proprietor the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, teacher In the school at Fort Pierce for stopped over In Tttusvllle from -Mr. Wm. M. Brown president of F. E. C. RY. IMPROVEMENTS.The The Ilreakero-hy-the Sea, Hoabroe/.e

Tit 8vllle, came In with Judge Gaulden the past term left Titusville at .1:00 a. Friday until Saturday, en route home. the Fort Dallas National Hank Miami (Daytona lieaoh), Fla., re-opened Its

jut Saturday and remained over at De. m., Sunday for their home at Rex, Fla. We acknowledge a pleasant call. whu had been on a trip to Pennsylvaniaand = F. }:. C. Railway Co. have been doors on May 1st as an all-year-round

Laud until Monday, the guest of Judge Prof. Teeter expects to visit bU aged -Mrs. Raymond Rrannlng and baby, Ohio returned Titusvllle on Tues laying a new platform around their TI. hotel, under the i>e sonal managementof ,

GaoUlen and family. Mr. Walton Is mother In Ohio, this summer whom he of West I'alm Beach arrived In town day night looking none the worse for tusvllle station this week It was badly It. J.. Koohersperger, a hotel man of

Publishing one of the best and newsiest has not seen for many years. yesterday en route to Bartow, to spend ils narrow escape at Marietta 0., referred ne8
papers In the state.-From the DeLand to In the article on page H.i to run the Breakers In a first-clan m.noer -
County Record. -Mr. L. C. :Moore of Chicago, who the summer. We acknowledge a pleasant i BUSINESS CHANGE.Mr. .
-Mr. E. M who has apart at reasonable! rates, making n specialty -
owns. .beautiful winter home fine orange call from Mrs. Brannlog who wa dolman spent
"Mi isl Susie K of the last few winters In Titusvllle of sea fooil. Having been a travelIng -
Gladwln left this morn- and other property at Rose- accompanied by Mrs. E. Rollins and
to*, via grove and J. D. F.nnU ha. purchased the man for many year, be know bow
West Palm Beach Enterprise
Sanford for Winter Park where land was In Titusvllle from Friday until Mrs. L. C. Brannlng.Mr. Daytona, building stock and fixtures. of the Tltunrllle ..
Ibe the Breakers homelike resort
goes to be prevent at the commencement Saturday, Interviewing Attorney Geo. and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and with Ills wife, writes.us that hehas Blacksmith hop and' consolidatedIlls to make desire
those who
exercises at Rollins College, which Kobblns connection with the pur- sold the whole of his. big stock of present shop with the same, making for the boy.-ealeclaUy -
M. ( Grace who have been
Kathbun
1U take place on June 1st. Miss Glad- which adjoins Miss jewelry[ and ba retired from ,"ullln".". a flrst-cliMM up-to-date blacksmith and to take a few days rent over Sunday
of the Mallory property month
chase several In their
spending cozy establishment. be
and
flailing can
vie repairing wbere good bathing
was and Mm. Ilotman and to
a Mr. son expect
graduate of Rollings College his place. Mr. Moore has been In winter home In Titusvllle, will leave here
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Ieveral years ago and will enjoy meet- of months or so, leave Worcester )1...., for Enterprise, enjoyed. .
leg Chicago for a couple to-day for Jacksonville, and salt on Saturday Kxcurnloa: To The lleach. Thursday and Sunday night
A specie
In Holman It
Fla October. Mr.
members of the faculty and old after his business but said lie says
looking the steamer Comanche
Clyde
on
I blends, whom she has ball been one of the worst spring: he flute dinner will be served every week. ."
not seen since re- be Indian River again:
glad to on York route to their
was for New en summer
hrning from her ever saw In Worcester the weather being Parties of ten or I lac for fife dollar Mr. K. has engaged) an permanent chef v
three years stay In theLeaving he bad been quite 111 with a severe I Hammonds- -'
Harbor near .
as home "Snug whu has been at
Mullena
qlllpploel. miserable. The trees In the country Communicate withC. lirysoo
cold, which he now hopes to soon get port, N. Y. They will\ return here In have only just began to bud. Mr and F. Fltciiicii: Tltuavllle, Fla. Schmidt' villa, Daytona>> for the past
rid of. November, and make more Improvements
for Cocoa. Mr*. Holman will be glad to entertain five year. ?

Hot Weather Nece"! ltle to their residence. any of their Titusvllle friends who may TakeN'oticet The Breaker baa ten, high; grade furnished

.h Rvndail &: Craig, the Photographers ALARM Clocks special, OOo( and $1.New visit Worcester this summer.A cottages, with all modern Improvement

0 have been In Titusvllle for several Water Coolers, papier-mache three number embroidered hdkfs. 200!. One of the handsomest places. on Mer *-electric light, baths, toilets,

Suurday months, will leave here for Cocoa on sizes $1.75, $:J.
thri i or Monday taking with> them Little Brown Jug Filters $i.
a..la."hUe r tents and photographic parapher- to make you live ten years longer Rugs In Brucsel! Tapestry Moquette. 1750.00 will buy a beautiful locationfor York U for sale or rent furnished. A Addl,.*, If. KoCJIKUSPKItOBH,
combined. all color and a winter home on celebrated MerrltU Seabreeze, Fla.
\\ Refrigerator and Cooler, Jap-a-htt white, 30c. ten room cottage, with launch home
'In Tltcavflle they have done a need. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES Island between Indian and Banana rlv
food Just what you Dew laundry all newly painted, and s
bu.inew, and their work has been JAS. PBITCHABD Jk: Sox, CUAS. A. GABDNB, Tltoavllle Fla. en; five acre Improved with fine frontage three acre In grove. Mr*. Blair h.t Tench,,' Kxamlnatloii.: :
'et'J
satisfactorily done; but as the Titusville, Fla. : on both river*-frot protection just spent several' hundred dollars I It -

far mend the their tenta are upon I. needed l Houseboat "Wanted. Excellent fishing and shooting/ putting the place lo perfect repair, lay The regular Jan examination ofr

eI to Dew Masonic hall, they have de- The Clyde Line. 23 Particulars Hogan Ht., C. Jacksonville BVCI MAN. Fla l lag out flower beds new break wate teacher for Urevard, county will be held "c

for move to Cocoa, where we be.'peak -Une UckeU from To buy or charter for next season a and board walks, all round the house,, In the Public School Building, at Tltuvllla *- ..,

>ooage.Cali them a share of public pat- Get your at TUusvllle.Clyde Do not fall to medium sized Houseboat, In good con Store For Kent at Eau Oallle. so that any one wanting a lovely wlnte.r commencing Tnesday, June Oth,

the agent North. dition. Address, with fall particular, or aJ1-ye r-rooDd home will do well tc 100O, at 9 a. m. ,
at when going
ikey have their done! tent and look at the work take the Steamer CHA, H. WALToN, "Houseboat," care ADVOCATE, Store for rent In Kau Gallle; floe hoc.' out this article out for reference. Jour R. WALKKR, ><

","rtainly please you In Tltasvllle. It will Titusvllle Fla. 37-2 Tltasvllle Fla. tion. Apply to Mrs. Treutler.. .t Address, L. W. BLAIR, Merritt, Fla. 38-& County






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President. C. O. PATTKHSOX, Vice-Prect , ,
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Free and lan&lIu"/I" of '!reecf und Home were Has Stood the Tent 25 Y 'arH. Cleaning and l-reH8tn.. WILEY G. TOOMKK: nltt
II. C. HAKE, Treasurer FKOMAX SMITH, Secretary.
then called. thy uccldent be found In GIIOVE'H Taateleiis
i The o d original 1
Accepted ..,. Masons. hU. fencing! nuiHter a iiiiin who could Chill Tonlo. You know what, you are All work done up-to-date. Call an a Standard Electric Compa '
' ', it. not only UHf the sword, but was a taking It Is lion awl(1'.lnllle' in a tasteless see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlo 1\ .
uiuHtcr In the line or the cuchlllo the fni m. No cure, no pay, :.lOcm. at thUed Barber :Shop on Washington!; avenue 10 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Kla.

SpiinlHli Ughtlng knife weapon not CruM 1'hairnacy, Titiinvllle, Kla. CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN ELECTRICAL SfPI-Llh" '
Indian No. 90Titusvllle _._ For Charter.
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unlike Our student --
the bowle. -
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River / entered eiitliUHliiHtlcnlly into the JOB PRINTING of all kind done at "C IL-C <> .

t wt training ii oil. ,nclenco of old (Spain in this otlice, ittreasooabierates. Givens Cruising yawl Trocheo. Kor partlcu _ _

*t t tl Lodge. Florida.! that natlcju'M once national weapon. a share of your work. lars, enquire of the owner, A Quick cure for Chills and fever LaGrlppe and all fc'r'.
Holds Its mnntmicn tlie Mvonilanfl fourth Fri. And HO lie was much better equippedfor - Cure
Stanley Hitching Stuart, Fla. Malarial Disorders-The Quickest Known.
a119 ? MW Cay lit each month a* their ruiirii, Inillnii River the deadly light that wax so near A FIRE IN BURMA.
1 I Hotel Tltiiii '*Ile., BC 7:0:: > o'clock |I". in.M ut hand. ONE bottle will positively stop any case of Chills and :Fever and ti h,. Ito

It J r: F.,A.B. Bmriii Morgan, WD.III"flll"tAl"Honlur./| Wanlmi.K. . . Nate.lieiMlnnd.I. \\lipre the fight wa I !>r..truil n lllnwr, and the Inlifil.llnritK Shoe JCepalrlng. for a few days us a tonic it will prevent return of fever. No other ltv., .

fiI ,1 r .A. 1.<..''',. Junior, Wanton. to be. Wits> midway 1 between the Louisiana iii{..; eil It. or cathartics need \1ft taken as "Chil-Co" acts on the liver, and It docs n. .\.1
ii J. M. Iilxon, TraiuiurBrJ.l sick at the stomach. Yon don't have to wait untill fever I
1 ..C rriirhor.. Hwretury.F. . and MlHxlHMlppl( shores of the It !l's not "III1Y t t.i guess. what n nativent I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair make you no time U lost, and the cure is effected C'' ''I
ll consequently nip
I Lt ..K.K.: Wulkor Knirllnli), Knnl'ir Junior Diaiun.M. I IMIHWIII.U. . great Father of Waters. Therefore It 1:1Irlllll'olli,1 IhlnK of the quick\ \ action hog, and do not forget It. Opposite Jail,. giving ilv than any other co, medicine. Two teaspoonful of "Clill-Co" taken evil,! ''':.

I l t H. W..ltun.. ",,"I..., Kowa.I, wni a favorite. meeting/ 1 place for gentlemen und sliced' of an AKierleiin tire engine Frltchanl & Son. ASDKEW< GIn oN, until I bedtime will positively cure I.aGrlppe and Bad Colds. Price :iVufollow !;

i A..A.AHtnw Ht/iwart rt, Tylnr..Innlor Htowuril.M. '. who liiul to adjiiHt affairs that and It.. comp' 11 ii. \\hat uu Ar.ioi-- Titiisville, Fla directions closely and lesults will bear out what is claimed
i Marxli.il.OKIIKIt might hiivc n fatal ending nt the nu- to oider a few bottles through Jacksonville jobbm.
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Win. ]II. McKurlunil' ', Icon thiiiigl.t:: of Hi: in n<'ne custom at --- 23r your druggist "
tliorllleH of neither state could inter Kcal Estate UnrgouIJl4.! It w 111 sell, because( It cures.FIIED .
I such jaw of 'need, Is recorded, by) Mr.: E.
I. fere "I Htayeil, all night// with .Tainen ,
OF KISTKUN: : STA 1C.FrlmiilnlilpCh'iptiir L. ('timing la his bolt "In thp t Shadow
)Itowlo./ Mali: ) u friend of bin who died' 1
u1 , No. II hnldxRsometingx' of the I'n aln.." Mr. ( tuning was Interonted
I in Ms ninetieth t "( the k Nlco 8-room cottage, well
I In night
t In tllll MlMollll1.I .I"'.Ia.' ininllt, TltllNVlllll III IIIH year. E. GILUKUTi:
Brat utnl tliir'l 'Immdayii r In ifiiuh' inoiiih fit 7''Ml:: before the light; WIIM to take place, Inever lu a mill sltnatc.l nciir a small. located In Tltnovlllo . . *+1JO() (111 1 'a. ,
yr'I' m. Tim following' are tlio olllcur of the Haw n niuii deep moro soundly BIII'IIH''U11111;';'". One morning a tire 12 acres l Land and house' i I -
Clmplor .W
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broke out the built bum: port set In Orange Trees, In ,
lightly
y ]MlH. Knli'Htiiwart.V.. M. t .u.J lIe did nor eat a better breakfast arming --Elutomobilos.; .
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i Eau lillie 700 01 I ?
I '. boo huts .
F.A.MnrgnnW.l 111.11'11(11111.HI'I'1.(
t' ,hl I JMM. F. A. M'trunii AttHorlatd Af.Mrr. the next inonilng." 30 acre Laud, neatly la ,r. sASSWrw -- -
6 6p f+I ] It. Il. WIlHnti, Mi'crotiiry.Mr i It wax iindt-rstooil I 1 that each of the I ordered. out rue, little mill lire engine Mile River Front It\ in I leu 7 '
,ji *.. .1/, Kline TrBiwnrcr.Mr prlnclpnlM' tdioiilil have) but one friend / luul\ I the hands'I 111111I11I11111',1111,1,t i ran north of Eau Gal hi e. . 100 01:1 I ;'fa.r. t Z State Agent for

I ' ; ii Minn* J'athnrlno M.IIxan' HHirid 1'enduntrnss., Amioclato) foil.WtHN : and certainly/ not moro than two on the engine to the burning' vintage/ Buys 20 acres River Front at : OLDS:: AUTOCARS and F 1 t\ \ \ .,

r .I"HB|" "","Irr.., Ruth. the.. ground.: )Hut :\11'. Wright;: had five ;Mr. ( '11111111;';. It was bla/.lng us only Hardeevllle . . . . . . 400 00
Jl M (ion. W. Mcohlr. A da.. MOTOR BOATS AND STATIONARY EXGINK&
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bamboo I and thatch bla/e. 211f I 1). I.. OAUI.DK.V
dlimiuy can Agent
MrI.. I,. 'Jirrntlicirn. "Martha.MM. . or Mix present. The light/ began with
1I M A. Hrrlinirnour"' ":Hlh8'. tho plxtols. (ire of ISowle'H missed One house after uiioihcr caught/ in pip Tltusville, Fla r-'I keep the largest stock lu the South . .
Mrl If",. M. Itolililnii. Kliwta.I' Id, HiiccesHlon. '1'lie at I the flatteries Coils Dynamos Lamps Horns. Write or call i 1.
:. II. Walton, Warder. lire" whllu both of Wl'Ight'M;: bullets! men rllgiueIitltnpi'd ,
i, i, T. M. IHxon, rlxntlriHl.r. . took effect/! upon bin antagonist.Thinking [ until they were tired, out amid! Fine Property For Sale. Prices Mall ciders receive prompt attention.
,1 r. 1C. Walker. ManlialJ
,.. Carrutlium. L'lMiilaln.., hI hud, Howie nt ids mercy then I called Oil the villagers to relieve :"J7-41 West Forsyth Street JACKSONVT.LI p ,?.1 I.A| .
Norris Wright him. In them. )JTwo nice cottages adjoining; each
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:No one moved nave to others. I other In North '1'ltusville. with an acre
u moment Howie had ,drawn hilt deadly urge/
A LIFE OF TRAGEDY) knife, and, though; two or three of culled, 1I>,lIln. An old, man who was n of land hammock, suitable and for five truck acres of farm.rich muck Good THE! : VEHICLE & HARNESS CO.( ) ,

Wrlght'H friends. were .shooting lit Mm petty' government otllcliil and! HO probably .
I I river front. The larger cottage lax three Corner Foisyth and Cedar Sts.
'' r CAREER OF BOWIE INVENTOR OF mil hitting/ him, too, Itowlo mode oneawful felt a slight responsibility, rose sleeping. room and a servant's. room upstairs
.slush Wright's neck The girded, up) his loins. and culled, for men. ; and a parlor, sitting room dining JACKSONVILLE, FLOW f,. \

I THE FAMOUS KNIFE. keen steel, hit Into the very neck I boue.Tin. His suit ami<1 one oilier "got up nruvllliugly room and kitchen "below The adjoining .

blood, hot.. out over Itowlo, and ii"','l'lIlIy laid, aside their cheroots cottage bait two sleeping rooms and Eveiyihiog used by the Carriage and Wagon Maker and BlacksmithC'rlebiated .
i The OrlwlniilVm|M,nVti. Mad and. took hold of the handles. The rest servant's room in second story, and

T! From n "'11.., and! \\llli It lie OwnerKlllvil Norrln. Wright was ,dead before bo nf the population' Mjuatted I and laughed.I sitting room, dining room and kitchen Davis & Auburn Wagons for Sale-

I Htflffn :ll.Mi-III. Final FIKh( touched the ground.Serloimly tinned to and worked though, weak below. Large, brick cisterns to both

i iI I at the. Aliimolicro ll.. lllril.Tlioro wounded I himself It WI" from a long l'e\er, The old I man soon' homo.houses. Adapted for a nice winter ( Log Cart Wagons, Buggies, Surreys Delivery II ,,. m

lire men who seem especially for HOIIIU time a very doubtful qneHtlon! )pumped' lilhiself o'lt. and when he left Apply to GEn M. KOBDINS: OUR HPKCIALTIES; : J Saddlery Harness Rubber Tires Carriage an' 'IVt'I\ ,

; created to ill! a certain ),hi'u In the Whether(or not he would ever get wellhut I I the others left. 1 pounced, on two menmid >_ Titnavllle, Fla f Paints.
rOil h. n iPtiipernte life and, an excellent made (them tape hoili.11 they
9 nffiilrn of their (Imp. Thin has been '
I constitution llnnlly hrunghtbhnaround began to work II Illglit" nf paddy' birds ])ado County Land For Sale. -We Solicit Your Business, and Guarantee Satisfactory Service-
E I pnrtlculiirly, true In American history nnd In n year fecal that ti sue ..ta''IIIII..III\'c'I'llt'lId. '11... II.lines /gleamed
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'I The inn n tlint lu the Ntorni and stresaOf he killed. General; ('rain with the same .
their white feathers."ISt'd
rosy on For sale the northeast
Of tho i'lt l'lOll, VMS Iliost", needed, hex Ulvnyn knife ho had used, In Iris first encoun-1 cheap quarterof 00 !
I d : paddy' birds! Look! Ited paddy ! southeast of D.S .:LtCl.ers:: :: :
P "The quarter section 3, township -
ter. kulfe dut'sli t Mlles lire ho
\ come to the fore at the miproinemoment. ; I birds. !" shamed, the population.This ( .
aid l to an Intimate 1'1'1.11,1.11': I13'nuutof !I 38, south of range tl east; close to
It thin. demonstrated
1 ever wan ( was ton 1 mm'h for the men at till
1" the parish of Haplilen, "the pistol ,, O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Atttes tiOD. :::E?
Your
IIY> circumstances It was In the early handles 'lliey "'11111 I It'd on their heels : easo :
doeH. Tills, of nurse, wan long' bej j St Lucie River; -10 acres.Also .
; history of tho Texas republic, that mad ttlaicd. III'] In ,delighted! astonish",
fore the perfection of the' P"I'l'lIl1l1lonCIII I ment. I the northeast quarter of northeast We sell Groceries WHOLESALE
tA' ,, storm. born Millie evoked, from the revolution or tho Invention of the revolver. grew desperate."Whose you at .
t, j house Is I tb.itV" 111,1'11., pointing quarter of section 18, township 38,
I of 1HI5H.::/ JunteH Howie MIM engaged, In the I
/ ; pur1chiiHo to one just tlu"(vlteued. south of range 41 east; on south fork of Prices. Write for our Price List Great
In MM rcnmrkrt. conccrnliij/ the early and contest of claims for great ,
i i "Your I once, that Is the house of 8t. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to
I j history. of Texas I hat I'roMldcMtt MoKlnlry tracts of hinds that had been Jrlllltlli1U1Ilo "
liy tllo FI''llt'h'I'OWII.. When 1'ho l-'oo. JUAS. II. WALTON, money suvcr.
j ;: made on out of Ills tours lie referrcd > "
"Where be?
Is
k' LoulHlamt wild ceded to the United Titusvillo Fla.Cur .
most fclicltuimly, though brief. I
"Here, point' Ing to ono of the men I
111 A ]Iy, to the four men who under 1'rovl- States and llnnlly became 11 .state there had driven to pump. Ilu was crouched
wan a /good I deal nf trouble, on tills account The Co.
Enterprise Grocery
iD; deuce had been uioMt i>ri>inliient In the Oil the root of n tree" II lIIul"11 10(. Fill IIONEYANDTAR
over Home of the titles of land l
"v early days when tho Ki't'iitont state !In ")s I that your house?" I asked him.He .. ColdsPrevents PneumoniaIt's ,
along the Ked river nn I the Union In the mutter of territoryTvuii Hided, and smiled pleasantly, 1 17 Bridge St.
f A man often had to light for hU -- --- - -------
"It will I be lire In a moment."
on
n young mid struggling! republic plantation IIH frequently ho would 1 1 notgive azheleraoiLYille: JF'lofida.F. .
r Houston Travis, 1'i'oolu-lt and Howie.He It up to Homebody with un old "YeM. your honor, I think so," he responded

Hpoliu on cliiHHlc Krouiul, too, for it I''rencli or SpimlMli, "grunt., It was. In aflably, looking at his dwelling

was at the Alamo, where lie then these conteMtH that Jame.s Bowie did with a disinterested. air

ti ,a stood that three of the four crowned luoHt of hiM Killing./ He had Kixteen I burnt. out laughing; and the III1t1VI'MJolu.I. Hxililraan c& Co.

will their lives their devotion to the lives on hiM ha nils from" the HMO of that rocking! to and fro roaring with .

;yo51ug "wtate, wlumt) foundiitloiiM they one bloody, knife. After much consideration amusement IIH If the Idea of trying' to :201! Washington St. J t NEW YORK.

had laid deep with the weal of their he hud made a knife that him nut out a lire was the greatest loke In !\)3) Murray Street J X. Y.
blood.> .been thin model nnd. pattern for nil therein the world. I told the men to toll UII|

1 Of thin group of heroes. an worthy of !txmlo knl\cH that have ever had the hose and take the engine home, nnd

place In .song. or story IIH any who .no.. the Hiiuction of their originator I resolved not to spoil the Innocent For

,gallantly dlcil tinder Hlih'ld bt.tore Troy, In lst.: > Howie sold hiss Loulnlann pleasure those light hearted people' OrangesPineapples

tt if the least known of Ihciii all and yet Inmany' property nnd went to Texan. The LorisSlur tool lu witnessing the destruction of

respects tho 1ot1"'Ult'Ht evils Jnuiosllovlt Stale win in the tliroen of a their. village."IT .
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i >, fiiinoiis only l by I'IMHOII of the bloody> ,revolntInn./ The giillnnt resist- and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

+) ,world ronowiu'd Unll'o called by hid mice of the 'IVxaim exiiHperated <.!cu-
SAVED MY LIFE"PRAISE
name. A (few words tuiuliln hU, uu oral Santa .Anna who wait chief in coin represent several of the largest shippers in your / and wish t" representyou

i ccstry: may not bu. out of i>luco. IluVIIM in.ind: of the Mexican: force, that ha You also. Give us a trial shipment Established 30 years.
l '" not irmularyluu4: us huts: boon to swore hc would take no more prisoner FOR A FAMOUS MEDICINE

often staled, but %MI'" bore In Burke "'ht'll Itowit nrrlve In Texan und i, -

county (in., in IT'.H\ ). I In Ixoii) liU fa- offered liU Nerxlces to the young rejiuMle Mrs. Wlllidsen Tells How She Tried Lydia ESTAHLI9HED:: 1870.

thor 1'iulKi'ittiHl to l.oiiNlana.> I he, was at mien made n colonelof E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound JustIn --- -- --

i That country was then Htlll under riflemen In t the tinny of Texas. '

French doiuliiatlon. Thero hail been In .IIIIIII"I' '. IS ltl. Colonel Howie wiHordered Time. M. Lane & Son

largo Inlets of laud Kt'unto.l l hr the to KIIIIlItolllo do Hexar to Mrs. T. C. Wllladsen( of Manning, ,

1'L'\'lIch! c-rowu lu till territory lunneil assist. in lioldlng I that place against Iowa, writes to Mrs. 1'inkharu:

j for Louis X I\'., nud one of these lu Santa .\lIII1 's coming forces. Tho .siege. ) Dear M.... I'inkbiuii :- 250::; WASHINGTON" STREET NEW YORK.

the parish.. of Catahoulii, AVIM acquired ran nhuiK; until :March when tub An- !I *' I can truly arty that you have,"* fuivn! my

by the elder Howie. Ho was u miiu tonlo, trusting" lu I lie pledged! word ot life,ami I oaimot exprvw: my gratitude to

of ,,"hHIullC'('. ownliiR 11011113'1N) .nlnvcH.He . honor of Santa ,Aiiim with it starved you In words -4 Southern Fruit and Produce

...ollnllllli hU cHtule yell opened' out out garrison surrt'uderrd.! .\ general j

uud was Rrowlut superb crops of cotton massacre" took pl.ne.'... TravlM, CrocKelt 1

and 1 corn. Ills .turn. .'11111"'" ho tout and llo\\le were murdered" In fold Oor.o.r.o..iscioD.
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: :: :: Merchazit: .
I Ui'bt to n famous private school' atNntcliez blood!, n stain on General; Anna's memory I

; :Miss."' and afterward to tho Unit time < an ncr' blot out. ('oil.-
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES SPECIALTY.Stencils
Jesuit college!: lieu lix'atfd lit New net H>>ule was badly wounded three OUR .

OrlvuiiM. (lines and I was in a room of the main :

James howls, in 1527::! wu elmllrni work of the place called I the Alamo. Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

rd to u duel withi01'1'1.: ... >Vr>Kht. The He opposed. the, mmvnder. an long n" -
V. THE GREAT
pockot pistols of that day were uncertain. was' possible.He .

It was long before the WIIM' 1 lying on his bed when he! HEALTH DRINK. \Ni.11 M. McGriff.
slon cup had: IIIMMI broiiKht heard the U'IIIIIIIhlllltIo'xll'lIl1": coining i ,

mon use, iiinl. tho flintlock arm I'CI""II'I In. II was tin first hint I he, had Painter:::E
: : : o.n.c1. :Fyaperhan.ger:: : : .
( only tlroiirni KIIOXMI. It wax had of the surrender lie knew thai

mists", 11 ro Just when It ought not to. Ills \vasended.. lie (,eonil however .
IIowlo dctfrmliKtl to rely upon a knife move about a little Tlio instant tin? A1r.a7 CIb'illadjenn DAYTONA, FLORIDA

lie land 'uII".1 to bo made. tor Just such :Mexicans came Into the room they begun METTO I la made from the All ito
kinds of Sign and House Paperhanging Etc. iueuil
Tiiintine promptly
n contingency lie had taken! a fourteen shooting at him. Ito grasped hH before, I wrote to you tailing) you how I ripe berries of tho at any place on the Eas Coast A large, start of practical, men, employed "' (.
I Inch long a file, "siKh UH'" was then. knife and leaped among them like! an felt I Inch doctored for over two yours steady. this kind of work. .

used to oharpi-ki! crosscut saws'" and enraged tiger" und\ when the firing ended and but it spent all faded lots of to mon..yon help ni..mmlieinm Mr monthly M'aldee po. Tabal Serrulata or Saw Palmetto, corn- -

the upright' tmwsi"e>l for turning out fix of Ills enemies had crossed the''' rioili hat C' ,IUMH| and I sutTereii much pain
bleed with Fruit Acids and Aromatics.
plank from logs. He had the (file Styx with .lames Howie and gone with with fainting pclK, heitilartie,, backache an'1bearingdown

marks carefully ground oIT/ tho file land him to the ..hll<-Houston Poet", i i iA could bl\.lIy'lOp pain arouiul., and I As was. a!m last. weak rmort I There Is nothing ]in MKTTO that will .

the smooth piece of steel skillfully re- I deolilM to write you and try Lydia. E. I'ink- TIIE I5EST
doted by the grindstone until It was (tJnariiiitoe Cure For Piles i haiu'i Veir'tahl.. Compoiiml and 1 am *o harm an infant, but forl.Ul: that, It will
nbont the thickness. and weight he de- thankful that I did, for after following" your
Itching, llllnd, Kloeilmgor Protruding, i itutructiomi, which you sent 1110 free of all QUENCH THIRST
Ireil. Then he took It to n Spaniard monthly perlmU' started I
charge
Pile DruggUts refund if I'AZO my ( ; am
In New Orleans known a-t "1','<11'0. the OINTMENT: : falls to euro money case not regular. and Ira purfeot hoalth. Ha.1 it not CALM KXCITKMENT: : ,
any Medicine
I nkllliM. (cutler" a man who hail Icuriioil matter how been for you I would be In my grave; tonlay. Spring
long
ptanding, In 0 to 11 "I incerely trust that thLlI..I..r )loud BANlSHlli-ATiaiJK( ,
may
+ Ills art In Toledo, where tho finest days! First. application given I ease and I every lutferinec woman in the country to
word 1 blades In all Spain were forged. rest. r ite. If your Druggist:: haxu't it write you for help as I di.L" BUILD TISSUE':) ,

$', He tempered nud tliiNhcd tho knife, send COu. In stamps and it will be forwarded When women are troubled with Irregular
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'fitted It with n crosspiece unit haft. post-paid by Paris Medicine I Co., or painful menstruation, weak STIMULATE TIlE UEIACT FOR A DEBILITATED BUSINESSIS
it. Louis .:\ .
When It vim done Juiae-i Itowlo hail nweapon ness. leucornc ca! dlsplaoomont or ulceratlon DIRECTLY ON" TilE KID. AX ADVERTISEMENT IN THE

1' "fit to light for It maws life The Cure of flood limhivnr. I of the ,.womb that bearlnfr-

+ B with," an he .said. to Governor "'ell". It U coni'eileil thnt the building, of :.1 I down feeling, inflammation of the 0..... NETS
It rhea' backache, flatulence, general de.
win bountifully balanced nnd the
good road Is little more than the Unittep ---
bility. indigestion and --- ------ -- -
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I I artist had hollow ground It like a I & for practice liows. that any roail' they should remember nervous proatration there is- -

( razor with u double edam. for three or however well built will 'go to pieces u'"i one tried ant true remedy. Lydia B,

3ai IiJ four Inches from the point. I less constantly watchetl by competentmen l'inkham's Vf'jl't'tableComponnJ at once EAST COAST ADVOCATE

The knlfo was lilted with a wooden and nt tho first signs of breaki-) [ :: removes such troubles. -Manufactured by-

i scabbard covered with leather and down the proper remedy Is applied No other female medicine In the world
f was "sharp, enough to\ shave the hair has received such widespread and un.quaUlle.1 -
Too much nttentlon cnnnot l>e given t,>
off the I back of one's hand. This was" nialntalnlni: the roads I which have bee i endorsement Refuse all sub The Tropical Mfg. Co.
the original Howie I stitutes.
knife, though It ,
built at grout expense. In foreljricountries Mrs. Pinkh am invites all sick
was 80IU,'" hilt womento
module!
subsequently the roncl have constant. care write her for advice. '
She!' has IT
guided STRENGTHENS TONE INVIGORATES THESALES
hJi shape. n.\\'I. uliile u student ntNew Jacksonville Fla.
which account for tl..' thouwwnds to health
and attention Address
Lynn bY>TE.M. AND INFUSES :NEW LIFE
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t, Orleaii d..,.I[ studit'tl' other tllln;:.
good the Ma&a.
j t tact that they lire year around 1 AND ACTIVITY INTO THE ADVERTISER'S
1 besides the limn,'inltU's ui the dead
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:=pro::- fea- ""l'onal_ Cnrd as- KOCHIA SCOPARIA. I' DUST SPRAYING. THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. ,

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- RODBIYS, 1 r drl An IntrrmllitHT Tribute t.> the \ ..Iaco'l' The\ new M,. <*-m.n< and \\linl n MU-

EO.[ &I- aA t "f the !Snmmer C>preen.Ir .trlRii !!lit riii of Its ...*....1111I. Brewing Asso's, ,

G AND COUNSELORATLAW. .> Koi-liln scopurhi bus an c'Q\11111 Tinfruit I Io\'I'o\\'III/lI"'Io\nl/ \ ti oi'. :Mi--" ,.' i I

A lTtiRNES nn".iiiir folluire r'litnt4 I have never stet i i-l\ ,-.','UI to be the t-,'lttt'r of the m- \ Pauioim lt. l.mll K1-1,, I in.I, It.n ,

. iloiibt If the 'r of till I thisof thou\ \ ItwtrHolit k
11 mil I p.r i Itn'l dust "prIlJ''''of niovemeiit I. e u-\

iLl! practice in State and United States in ,.I l ,.\ims lu the plant workl. Hurl' dust luMtend of water n>' aeh I', M..iu r... f. A I ." t..s! sun |i I

(Court. I good painter knows ;i i at I grow fkocliln In hedge) nlonjtn for p..Nuns. I'tirltlc tl'lIltorOl'I'>4 ..11report It. L. Motlow'rltite, tll,'. Via bl

Office at TlTUSVILLE, FlA. .I a good thing when he -al nl'il piitliit and us background favorably UJHHI It. :Homo:' of Itsnduuungos Hy Mr. It. I.. Mi>tlow, ,'",...",, Mln" | 1 i I I ,
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ii 1 1
ami tOlld..111| ou .is i
bats. sinvljiu uro
I'M' .it-let. geranium !
- sees it. He knows that >, plant ever germinated more readilynttimiril lows by\ ,1. It. llnlileman of MlHHiturlIn : JOSEPH ZAPF !

L. OAULDEN the first. |>hieee use the line
u ell'ectlve/ size more niilekly niexluiiiicil
Lucas more bcnntlful form niu Oust t of air tilaokiMl lime, \\lilrh IN s ifliiiKliUle I! John White & Coitto .
Sole i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, uiul liiNei'tleltle In Itself .11111! Agent. erg
koul lit in rows m LOUISVILLE KY.
cub) 'r The grow
,10.\1\ the Courts of the 8t..te tills dust blown out b.v the proper macliliif Ml"> '' 'ill t
b.F.1 P..,... ami Ice tile United States Courts. Paints ht"hn".rlf,, now ii, and In the 11..1 sprliitf for tluKeiiMiin 1 I I' Ills( the allvllli .. iu-. dust 'uiultictlles '",, to UO; Vest (liny 41 t ret't I I ft,..n.. ...m...n...... nth5r.W .

simply| ,dig) up the plant.I folblKe. In such u eons
... TITUSYILLE. FLA.. tho
upon
Boa. ...,.j. the rest. The stool, .1 Af'KSONVII.Ib: :. lilt FURS
v (Tinted Gloss) nod lute up as In cover It completely and nilielimore I

lugs/ '- iii' iriuisplanti-il when three 01' effectively' than any liquid prii> and Hlde8.I .
WEBB .r OLD XKWSrAl'KMH I ): for Salelieiip. 1
.
easier and ,
j. spread about w
Ht't
go four in.'tics high and tire can il,t. Ami Into this eouvi>j-or 1111I.< < at t kin ,,11\\.'.,. -= :.. y

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW farther than other tviMiiiiu'hei I upurt. They; Krow rennirk.ililv inlxeil all\ Unit. eiin be mKeil Into a 11'1|

paints. 1 le knows they ; fust.Last old spray and ninny other Ingredients!
practice in the Courts of the 71rtult M'.II-; 1 took note of the lute of .
Will that win not dUHolvo In wat! .. c& O'Hara.
Taxes paid for non-reslden are made of pure mate- traiiMiiliiiitiun.' which was May: 111" :'. Hodges ,
collected. 1.1... I>u>t itn Knemr to Insert Life.
and, accounts rials .\ I the wore thirty-six to
tnd rents reliable houseof 1 plaint
by a ";
Iii the Ibiulil spray the water U ...Manufacturom and Duateri In...
FLoum lushes. high and hud been hir'rf
forty ,
\i8VILLII:. sixty years experience uiul thapely for at least six ,,'('('k... lieCIIIIMO thrown up and falls upon the foliage, Kongliami'
of itself a 141..1 l much like PINE LUMBER.
- He knows which forma CYPRESS AND YELLOW
PENNEY they of lieliiij' set Close the lovely oval
,
: D tho roof of houxe.>. This K'Hliers nudruns Dresstd
cost less all around. form is nut In evlilenre In the hedges; .
. but !\0 well llhistrnt. In single HJUH-I- off In drop and tttreanw. furry Ing! Orange itox'ieails, Fruit and! Vegetable! t'lnten. MoiililliigH, Shingles/ etc.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, He knows they turnout nuns tilvc'i I full exposure, these the very material Unit IK to uoeoniplUlithe Mills and oUiee hn-ated llntTalii Blut IT, .'111.Vrllll us for prices deliveredto

ITCSVILLII: FLORID) better in the end. cliiiriumi/ plants irrow. t-ome ruin or work of killing Innei'ts to the any part of the State Address; llodg A O'II"rlII111Ti1lo HlnlT. Fla.
tho dust retainswhatever .
while
ground, spray
' practice In all the courts of the 7th So does his dealer. tlroiiKht; .unl aeijulre jierfti'tlon' of eon
,fill put Into It. droppingupon
may
Judicial Circuit. Ask him. lire tourvitn ur He:, the most greatest vivid jjrtvn fert.ilnty.until Tlu-A Sell the yon foliage and there renting to WE WANT EVERY GROWERIN

teinlM'r. \I lien they are roveretl. with I: noi'ompllsh\ Its work.
John CoPhUadeiphla
Lucas &
IQTEPIIKN; : E. FOSTER, sniiiU! 'pn.pll.sh; HcetN or l errles.. Thephlnt IlexIdeM, It U thrown Into the trot'sand THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS !

' i,. taut attnutlre. but Its rlilt-l up\ on the umlerHlilo of the leaves, "KI.OWDA "I'O"TA1II.S.C.IIIIII.le; : manual Kloibln Ciopn.'
ATTOKNET-AT-LAW by\ which It renehon any "'Kgs or Insects -
viiino! Ilea In It.s Intense I romr. It- b the nndernldo of "Fl.0111I ).\ Olt.\ N nF.s.A book of 1I1'olnllnll'rt'"t to Oiangn Urowers.
Jyal-Upchurch Uniting, jai.TACKSOXVILLK 1111.111I11I1'' In |II l- that may on
Sold by .Tim. 1'rltclinril &; Son, ph III 1rolhllol'" ') the leaveit, that It would be ImpoNxlhle\ "KI.OUIDA rH.\\\'II"HHJJtS.-IJ..nklot: : on ":-t..II, Vailotion. \ Cultivation!
FLA. Titusville Pla.top I earlier Htujje-,. of growth "
,
and kills and Fert1I1 UUII.
From experlenre In tro\\lii to reiu-lt by the IImild spray "
---- my
Kochla ,Hi-oparla( 1 would make the tall ttiem. You find lime dust In an ever- "IK1SH( l'OTA1'Otr.S.ltuklet on "Soil Stt"tl, rinnllng/ and Cultivation, Effect -

The Largest and Most Com. FGLEn1l0NlYANDTAR: lowing "IoIt'.tlolllth'II/ : |plant wiiU biMtliiK enemy to all Insert life It of Fertilizers, IHKglng! anal Shipping

elate Establishment South. the cough aDd h..laluDlta in the open. In the house the Beoilllu- chokes or close the breathing orgnni "I'INKAI'I'I.K: FE: It'l'l I.IZt<:H-t.-Of: p.-l..l Intermit to IMiieapule Oiowcm."IDKAI. .

-- ran Mearcely be uiado to liolil up theli of the insect" niul remlem lieu foliage : ..'}:an'II.1 Ztr.ltS.Huok showing all\ our illlT..r nt liraiuU, Analynln.

&6EO S. HACKER & SOWMANUFACTURERS TILEHASBROUCK- heads, HO fragile Is the Bteniwhile. outdoors of the tree HO offensive to them thatthey Trice, Ktc.
lle..
either migrate or
they mum beeoiue IItl1n1, l>o ulmake
the ground/ too rkh.I -------- New and revised edition of tin\ above Just piibllMlunl, nent free for the nuking./

I Grow a few sped menu in any open THE STATELY FOXGLOVE. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY,

place, with snob distance etween," tl.en
f MOTOR. that the plants may attain full Uevelonient. -> one of the Nod I'cefnl of llMrily .l....- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

beaiitl den rnnlle.. .
There Is nothing more
---- -- - -- -
STARTS EASIER UUXS STKAWKIGIVES II -
,
of thn foxglove
fully metrical In nature.Hy The stalelyspikes
.. N.V -IMtlCK I I.INT U"---"
P GH" A'1'EH EKKICIKNX'Y" all means hack up a scarlet Kern form a popular feature In the revived

nod Ullell nlnm bed with a lieiK-e In which" the old fiiHhlonetl garden.Vhlto ami Hpot-

:-LESuAsor.m-:- plants are set twenty Inches upurt. The tin! foxgloves IlgltallM( it hut niul 1 n. Eureka Wine & Co.

per HorsePower combination Is simply biz7.lltit' nineiilalii) are extremely ed'eetlve lii Liquor

(than any other Knuine: made. :Seeds:' cost r cents per pucker. Thai the garden although! by no menus eom- ,

We continually (leraon tinte this. packet will last a 11 fell me. Always mono (Iroupn of those' noble plants, ,

thereafter use self sown Hcotllnus.The / tb'owlllt11'! oplkes. of bloom to the Tlio <]r."ut Southern Aliill Order House.

OF Commercial sires! S to 80O) '(nrlle Power.pech1 furepilnt/ tribute by a correupoiulent lu'lulit of HometlmeH four ti,> six! feet,
Light Illirh .Speoil sizes from of iardenlnt: to Koch HLOpa Htnnd' remarkably well at the buck of Exress3Prepald. Full Quart Measure.

Doors Sash Blinds. 20 to 2.U Home Power. rln will be Imlorseil l hy many who tbe herbaceous onler, against nn old -- ----- ------- -.- -- -I't.r--
I'r to'our SI&
know this handsome plant more familiarly real l brick\ wall or the greenery of ,II..- J I 0111 Inn 1 (lunrta (ImO'181 CI'"IJ

than "Hummer' cypress.WALTOV Wilt shrubs an well an in n shady post.t', -
Moulding & Building Material Benj. W. Jerome, ) .latohelt'srrivatostNK---' . . . . ---i: i i.Th.iiCiiil.t: U)

Hatchet' That'Vhlllkey . . . . . . 160 1 -4 (110 II 110 LI; 73IlnichetVs :
Office J: Warerooms King, opposite STATE AGENT, SEI.F-LOCFING BLOCKS 1)1,1) Rye . . 10\/ :8\\m: I Hn \\I 111
Cannon Street. WEST PA1.M UK VCU, FLOW )A. Patented, all countrlen. Only tackle Eureka S. C. Apple hraudy. .s74 I : 4\ 7\: 7 (no I 110N'

block of tho kind In the world. FIt- t.. ANle Jlmnlly. . . . . . . , ::1/\\:/: :1 :23!: .1 AA 1\1\ jll

Charleston S. C. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE T1IK WALton ted with the Walton-Vlnton Roller Jonrek"hlt! . . . . . . . . I IC I ) .1 a1) II ti 1:1: 110
Self-Locking Tackle Blocks at Jat Bearer. Useful in any place where nrekl\' s. e. I'each IIrall l. . . . . . . .1 7\: .1 7\: 7 IN) l' (NI

TitnsvilliKla. hoisting la done. With these blocks 0 N.C.I'.IIchUraoly. . . . . . . . ::1:1:1:1: : : : :\ tM,5 \ljl\
hon'n store .
Pritchard & : ,
Sash Weights Cord am' ThonsanilH of them Belling weekly one man can do the work of two. Eureka N. O. Corn . . . . . . ::1:4\: : :\123:/; .1 H.; \\I 70(

throughout the Ni>rth. They lire Thousands sold\ in the north. Call Y.'Jrl'kl\ N. C. CornX: . . . . :1:I IN) 31H) Ironto\
tilted, with the Watton-Vinton KollcBearing and aee them In working order at thin / }:urek" S. C J. Corn! XXX . . . . . . :2 I 7\: :2! 75 .4 1\: 14 ::11)

Hardware. of the best Inventions ID ofllce, or the tore of Jan. Prltchard A' };nrttkl S. O. xxx. . . . . . . . :I Gut :I ro :3 J 7\: 7 fu)
-one be at thA1)VOCATIC Son TltuBvlDe. e Old Crow I\"n\ rbon. . . . . . 4 fill 1n II 71:1: : 11)HermltlllCo
Window and Fancy Gla "' the woilil. May also Keen Iyo . . . . , . . . . 4 1\0 ,' \0: IS 7,1; 1:1: M1Ronny
office.Ii .
JlrlHlk Ity. . . . . . :a\ 7\: :1\ 75 t r. II;; tl :$\ )
A SPEC1 ALTY. Notice.rtlllK : A'1j !4unny U.uk Sour Mash . . . . . a 7,1 ::1 1 71 11 1\\\: I L1):\

+ seK ":chol'4pl'hllC . . . . . . . . . Ir.o .111\: lion 1:17': ;
KDr.T.OWINUOHIIINAVCKTO Silk Velvet . . lIH) 1\/:/; 7 Hl\ 1\: 71)Oukltnai

J_ Orilliutnra No. :!M, of the Town for mttloii at the .. --- -- - -- ---
vIII., will Im taken up .-- - -
BILIOUSNESS June nieetlnit, r
KB 1 It orilitineil: : ; liy the Town Connrll I of the 1) ) (flit from Jf :=.l U to 1 :)..SO per Gallon l Iclltered

iANa;:. . :. ,, Town three,.r'I'Itnvlllothet(at) Im aiiiHiuloil to orilinanre read aa |III N'o.>WK twenty.: ,y, t Miles twi'lvn iHltiilKof. "atch..tt'.I'rl"at". Htook' situ secure. u bottle r....... Nits twelve lalmlN. of
That from and after the pn'mtice of thin oriiiianre. Ilntrhtt'snldltyeandseoureshLtlefres. Mute, tw.. v"l..h"l.oflluCi'lifitt'ii'lliiif,, Wlilnky anilmv.tira .
CONSTIPATION'THfeDFORDS ;: no trurk, harrow. ha,,.l cart, velar.I" /* ,' iHittlu Ire "Ave. twnlv Inhnlit. of !Kiimka N, <.'. Com. sisal _<>ur. a Loath rnm. Mats twelve
N ... what they hen | l I.., hlcyrlH, trlcyrln or cllier vehli-l, or run iilwli ofKurnka: N. 4J.! Aiplo| lirikniljr and sonar, onn boat free save. Iwilvit I lulmlmif Knri'ka: 1\1..1.. l
s known by th.y carrluieeN. ftliall be run on oriwf ual sect) re cue liotlltf i friH Trite. of all irmtiln I iHMiiclitat coniimiiy'MiitiirA, ,' : ar7iNiwr" Kalliiit 1"*4 tliuit
have rown.been For the balls.LIID.-h..D..century. r"il"X..I.Isdwalks( : of the town of Tltimvllld, T M when: ilxllvKrHit.: :: .Norharicti fir lesnorIrarage: Allofmv: hottlK:: I sirs Mil: Itiiimur
ratl.t anal to pewlu.'e. blger. I-. within th' folli'winit Mm It*, ti..wltiOn " .. "aiamlaril' 10..1. of wlilnklna sold ....rIlly liar at liHitu' |'.r ilrlnk III'
tar erope than .nv other )told WaxhlnKtnii Aveniie from Indian. !River '" .... yjDIOITALIS All wlnttM iiiot..iloii api'lli'atlon' / ,
hl'.11 "_Ie.... 1903 Need An.u.l !Hank corner, to curlier of Palmetto. utrewt. I 1\.11UII. .r I.....avv* ft for you,
BLACK-AUGHT fr.. IO.U.pPlln.n.... 37 4 It. It. J'Y I.EII. MACCLATA.

D. M. FERRY co.. Town clerk EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR COMPANY
D.t.olt, Mich. - -.- tlon where few flowers will do well or ,
In u half wild part of tbo !garden or
Because the liver is Xotlte.IT the l borderM of n copxe. lt.1 Wont flay Streetaeksunvllle, Fin.
t neglected! people Bufferwithconetipationbiliousneee -
lint tho loll In which they are t'l - -. -- ,
- -
hi ad.ichea and fevers. Colds attack, I there 1IAVIVO are reports COMB In TO rlrrnlation MY Y.AItI''flU'f which re.licet grow must 1 bet rich anti well lng. It l III> .A.1.\.T : r E:
the luncra and contagious diseases / very ."r..I. Upon| the Rootl name o( of little me to expect lint njMclmeniof :E1:: :BROTHERS: .
Wl\U. and II'"
and inynelf all
take hold] of the system. It is safe t'.x [r calculated Minn Willie to Klnic. the r.vut.aU..n of the young th,'>4o plunt when they are plural |itho 1'IIoIipuse, KNTAIII.IKIIKII; : issue

to say that if the liver were always holy.. and my..Inure. shrubbery, for their growth in m 1 \V1I14H! ':N. WINES, TINS ANIS IIICANIH -
,
kept in proper working order, .a w > N Con. 1 hereby certify and assert that any much ilain- flue and no rapid ilurlng their lIowl'rllllCtime .
the Bald -- ---- -
to lailywhlrh
illness. would be almost unknown. (Ill W $$1'" aging I rAport have Iwnn In' relation attributed I : to mt or young an tiavlnubiwn :: that they must l bo well nupportnl. -- Prepaid. Le-mp'8 Beer.

Thedford's is gg 8s utarteit ororiKlnateil' by m..antun..ly anilalmolutnly semi should b.. sown very Express 1'.1'. I.....
Black-Draught so fain*. T. M. "AN IJV.I *. The r..lll/lln.tn..llllr., /UIIC/UI'J'I. "alllla" 1'.1'' . . . . .. . . .. . ..1/6:
Successful in curing such sickness renonally appenreil) Before me. thm lad day. thinly in drill, and the "Heeillliigs' Hum M' lxtni. Pith. . . .. . . . . I IUV.I.n.
">cause it i is without a rival as a t::' Mv 1'Hift/ atl'oooa, fla.. T. H. Hanilern, to nm be transplanted while young Into R "nth,1C. C'IIIh lays . .i'1:.t 11/\,l.4/ )1 ::11/ U'II'//lfl ","..da..... .. . . . . . . . . . . I allNnhogrsaY.
liver regulator This family well known who l"elni iluly sworn tentltleii that ('aunt. 1. . . . 4Msal/ ' Mall. sites Berk... ... . . . . . . ... I IIIlIall"
medicine is not a great and the fore i>lnn Btateinent l. trim In every partic border of rich cull, when they wll "'s ........IC,. . . .. ant.::1 :i6/ /M1.A) II/lfl/ 'h"'IC.r, IIUI.rtei. . . .. ... .. ... :.t 'III
lSi" ul..r.M"h.orll..d. strong growth and ran ln plural . . . //\f' OI/\f.II..1/\ : lIall..I'lnt.' ... .ah.eslh.es :
hahPalthfuldlaxati but a cure and i an.llI..orn to liefure ANItKKWH.nit the tiny form flowering <>Hltlonn In the early .Malt e.w.1.11'1.Wltl.kr, . . . . ::1 4 1/\/ //II" U //lfl ( . tlIullt, pilltil . . . .. .. . . . . . ...::1 116
IIf..ald R. N. In tlielr p
that con- and year I'libllo.Notlce. .tes.-huran.lf. .. . . ./r5/ saw BINS
itipation and be taken by a 37-4 Notary fall.\ Very !gixxi authorities romtlder" I Iprfferublo It App' ). tools . . . . ..1 1II/ II, 1MI Bulk Goods, Jugs Froo.Not
child maT d ; to traiiHplant them to a rod 1I.nIHln . .. .. . . .::1"" 4111 1 73 Props d.tnueva .
pore without possible NoO '"n. . . .... . . 3 1It/ ,., II/lfl/ .1.l\fl /.1.-.11,11.. Uln. f'u.n. Goal tirade.
harm. : where they will nuke extra . . . p.r
frame 1'I..n.. Cernlltla! ( rut . ::1'11I I'as' 1'.1 'I.un U..I'-1I1', Uln, V",. Ihuo. )'hue
The healthful plants. for I brilliant tlowerlni M."ln ('or" . . .. . 8 1II/ ,., II/If'/ aoal/ty per .
notion the liver strung
on 3 ;; nioHt lIut.l..rR.torll1' .luuclva Itllllt . .. . :.t wIlit: 1 211 .4./ln/ par U.I. 11,.., fun. Curn, Itu.... )feel
euros biliou
ne811. It has an inJ'lforatinB rnirriToiniT or TUB BKVKNTHJiullclal the next nennon. They are M..I sun .. . . 1\ 1I'/ / II r'l forthx .
effect on the kidneys. cP 3.5-- IN Circuit of Fl'irlila. In and for Hrevanl /. treated an biennials! mmlnji fIal' Krsndy . .... .. .. .. .a 1/1/ 6tw, yM/ .:1.'''' per U.I 0en.ey 'II" II,... J.h sod Apple
Because In Chanuery. ( af. lun"rk, 11.,1. .. .3 11I/ / alas U101 .
the liver and kidneys do County hag l'r..ly. by Age.wl
not work regularly, the poisonous a:: C< i 2. Mary V Turner and 1Hmlth pupil l In rich deep noli. I'urt. "h..rry or Augellcs..a //II 3 i6 1n.. a4 ear a-nw.d. ....". Ily,, Mo"lal II.J'IIA'rtm..t
; .
) M
of
acids s Turner I IVH .U..lun alllC..H1. signs" prhv ICy. lll"lnllll/ll..llty.
along with the waste from .. .
Order to Ap ar, Ktc. Ilordenfix Pavdr. ---- --- -- - ---- '-'
the bowel get back into the blood ar Mar A. Coal I Formal Vnr pound, 1 'Ii-S2tiM Wont AiliuiiM' Ht, .'IUklllJlI.lIlo.I'"Ia': ,
and virulent contagion results.! = a mane r. pm-k ant I Fresh lime (uimlnkwlj, tour ;
p Chance M. Co... JToMarr sulphate, tour pounds. Slake .
Timely! coppt-r -
treatment with Thcd-
: A.rurtln. Naples, New York rrancen
lord'i Blark-Draught removes the 5- 5 C. Peck Manila. I'. I., War r>o|,'t "r"InBD"e tli.* lime and dissolve the copper sill o = .4 sB ze v rz 0 0 .
dangers which lurk in constipation, tit |>lvmlonanilC'liarle: ..)1.COt", Albnqutriue| pluite separately, each In two and It ,

liver, and kidney troubles and willJIOtlhVl'ly ." .fj Bl ra s- N. MWherra.*. nfflilarlt mails by the attorney forth half gallon of hot water Hlak the SIT. 510 w. nay $.., JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
forestall the inroads of I.Inantslnth.ahoveentitedcan.r,lian. lime by pouring the water on slowly;
orient's disease dui lied,sating the belief.. of tIe smear milphute .
for which disai been let It cool then pour tbe copper
ilefan. lanu each realdente l-
above nanieil are
the
that
in advanced stages there is o.-'off of tttate or oountrr other. than the state Molutlou and milk of lime at the I ;
//1
Ji9<. cure. Auk your dealer for a of Kliirdlas that the renlilenre. of each tlafeml- time Into a third< vessel and nth I 41E8.ID .
i: package of Thedford's BlackDraught. ( ant air partlrularly. an In known to afrlant In a* same 4
u0o a I......- that each of acid defen 0 yearn of age, and that there !I. no tlin-e thlcknexMP of cloth.\ Two flout ,
nenxmln the llta. of florliU the .service of a
ftS () ubpoena upon whom would bad said cefemU bug 'one inside the other, will serve.
ante or any of them I mix the light '
.; Thoroughly
mr-: Now,therefore, yon the sold' Mary A 'CurtU, the purpose.
FranoeK C. l'h i-k and Charles M. <<:'.... aril each blue pasty material obtained with from
:NN....NNNNNNHN fOi "r o of you, are hereby ,...,,,,I.ed to appear to the billof CO to 120 pounds of dry. nlfted all AI r
4 .. coin|>lalnt flied In thin court against yon by /
4 :2 opt'r Mary" V Turner and Hmlth Turner, her bunbanil, sill k..1 lime and ipread out to dry I
:: A. fartln and Criarlee' )1.
4 TOU.the said Mary When dry rub through a tine III..ve l 6
4 ',..11 iiixin the 6th day of June, I'WB, and ion > 1Qrs
4 no the said' Francli C. feck upon the aril flay of having 8O to 1'X mt-xlies. p";r square ,
F Vi-.2. O Jell. MiA. your reppecttve aptiearanceii to l h. so- Inch and It IN ready for uw 1 X450
: i'* W RECEIVE A SAMPLE : : s .! In the j Clerk'om of this court at TltuifTlTl"i ,
.. 'Iorld. -- . *
'' OPT OF THIS PAPER : o epoS order will he weeklynew.7alerpubb.fl published In the EAse.. Co.rAbyouTCS |
t- > qoa. tIJIIVU..VI".da.'D'. .a week foe four wonecntlve An ...rlltet"tllJltrom the lime, nulphni, I Py t
: -IT IS TO- ._ i/r () week. a* to the tlefemlanta Mary A.Curtl* and Malt witch here in nothing Iptt"fthlln / rJj 4 ; a.I .
:: "' D and f.barlen; )f. Conn, and once a week for eltfhtconMHntlvi' ,
: Er YOU KNOW TUAT : end h weeks for the ilelendant. Frani.tsi C. Ta".-lln -. Hlnce our men burr I \
0A 1'e-k, I".bl..t\nn.' \ to enmroenre forthwith and u".llt l they have not hud any trotibl
: vv E within twenty flay from the date a copy of I I
WOULD LIKE YOU TO : this order will !.. posted at the floor of the I whatever Put the r"".-lln/ upon coil v *

Yo'' () : Court lloiive of Hrerarrl ('''nnty. and arof will hand and face before I you use tbs 1 Iltl . )
,
2' 3tE A SUBSCRIBER. .1 two sent by mall to each of the defendants to I .' , w ,
s: the re*|< ctive. adilreMee given alwve. wash; be careful to rub It ove tt.eyes l "
t.n.andnrderedatthet'''rk'* office of the I <
4 nnd
s.r Unit the eyc'jroware
e no eyelid
.... 1
4 tli' Ht Court for Brevaril Couoty, .Florida thl4tU .,
4 9 flay of Stay, A. D. I'JOtt. by well covered and it will throw uti!

.. N" f' :aJ 1 I (Seal of Ct. Ct.) A. A. 8TKWERT I the spray of lime salt and sulphur !like I Aireiiti for the I-Ihst Ilrewlng Co.Ir ,1
1 Clerk of taia Court.By 8. IHack
back.-E.
water off a dock'
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,, 4 KA 8T COAST ADVOCATK:, MAY 1\1, 1903.;
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President: WM. M. BROWN, VICe ;
I JAMKB. PRITCHARD. -prev
dent
ELECTING POSTMASTERS.Why
EAST COAST _ADVOCATE. I WINSTON S. BILA.NNINO, Cashier.
-

should. H President he permitted INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

to turn the poslofllce department
+ PUBLISHED EVKUY: FRIDAT.
Into u partisan machine? ROYAL ,

CIIABLKS H. WALTOW, K.lltorW 1ft %rubllNh and use thousnda of postmstere a8 COUNTY DEPOSITORY. ,

- -- -- bin. advance his
to
to paid agent Authorized capital
.. .VOT&D TO Tee D V IOrWIVT $100C0
I 4 KLT JODKHAL D political fortune ? lie should not. '-
: Oil Tea INDIAN" arVBH LAKE Paid up capital, SSsi CO
tar WORTU AND 515OATNa B.AVKBOTIOHS.Dlrtnontlnuan Why Should H member of congress Average deposits, $2r. ;

- -- -- - -- he permitted to build up a personHi Baking Powder ,0p

Ii w of a/lvtu. must be made per organization composed of the
: sully at thin once or by wrluiiK. I Transacts a General Banlum
i ,I _______. - .-- --- postmasters! recommended by him,

r Cheek...t i., may "made payable to CHAHLMH. ; but paid by the government, and Business

1 ': WALTOW puMtNher.I" use thin orgurii/Htion, to defeat Saves Health ,
t
jI r rs- writing t, tin Ant, <" '*TIC fur Inform other congressional aspirants In 1 I 1 Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rner
t. "UQ O '"1 ln.howrlu-rwIII ol.lme; lencl..heHCHl his own party ? lIe should not, ,
atmnpod... rt'N 1 nnveK.pu. C Exchange bought and told .on ,III], i "
should chief executive be
rl k1, fags_ __ Why a .o
Address all rninmtinlratlnns to permitted to (ill I the frequented The use of Royal Baking Powder is uy+ q Countries.

KAHf I OAHT AI>VOPATK, i Illce in the" community with a l'..tronaire appreciated.. Prompt. *.n
essential the heal thfulness treatment, and favor ,"
TirUNVILLK FLUNIDA. to of the every ennuiurvativa '- i
,
,5 1 postmaster< objectionable to the i banking gnum! i

comtiiunity and 1 reward him for family food. COURE8POXUENTSEmpire

(7. H. ))eILrfrucllt of Agriculture. : his services with the money paid T Trust Company N'cu. \ \rrLy

; Weather Jturt'iiu-,1ui>IUr, Via, in by the community ? He should Yeast ferments tvr x'-t) Florida Hunk and Trust Cu? JackCSTJHNT -.. : I .,
the food.
not. Why "xhould the "Great
'rl'1 USVILLI I!LA.c3 .
The followlllj( III a comparative state Father Washington," as the Alum baking powders are injurious. -

f ment of tompnratiire and rainfall for tbe'' Indians cull him, be permitted( to

week ending Tuemlay, May III, l)0.r( electioneer among the colored -. :II-: ::J> C> :::13:13:: I 1"1" 5>>.
( -111CJ-( : -lIJOJ- Royal Baking Powder health.
saves IJobbins Bros.
1' voters of the north by appointingblack (Successor to )
.
DATB.ID : MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.i
1' HJ: 7SK5 : SO) 72 postmasters" in the south :: end: :L.C: > CK.SMx'rI3: : .

p II : 73: H.IHi; 70 against the protests of the patrons ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO:, NEW YORK. Badges. Checks Door Numbers, Stencils Trunk and Locksmith hni-i. -.

ly 12 85: 72: 74 ot the olllce ? lie should not. _1: PAIIUXU OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALS)

1 I It 13 1'1:1 nil' :: 7 71 I S2M.I': 71 71 And yet all these things are openlyand .................... ............................... Gun and Revolver parts 221 and Main keys,: 1..atiwholesale.Jacksonville.Trunks Fla. and .Valises 1 li:'< i '

1 15: H5' 77 HI! 70( notoriously done to-day. _.
1' m' :'JO 85: 77 H8 70 The election of postmasters by i -- -- -- ---- -- ----------- --

L i{ Total rainfall for tlm work : .<>.') the people whom they are to nerve THE DOINGS OF OUR LAWMAKERS.
AND SUPPLY
SOUTHERN FUEL COMPANYWood
I normal rainfall for the
Dopnrturofrom* will correct nil these abuses.! It is i .. 'I'IIE
week: minus l.l.'l: Inches. Departurefrom -
normal rainfall since January 1, In harmony with democratic princi ..

minim :IMU Inches.HAL. pies: ; It ia consistent with the

r JAIU( >IN. Observer. doctrine of local self-government. | Unwise Provisions in tte House; The Insurance Kill, Drainage, School | Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

I I I What objection can be raised! to it? t.: Consolidation and Other Matters Being Considered. :: !iN

I # Can a President know the aspirantsmore -.-
UNi>OIJlTIWJ\II/H'/ of the Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
y great Paving
intimately than the people, .....
I drawback to KloruU'a to complete *
und better'judge of their flu 11 Ii tIc :: By The Atlvocute'M Special Talluluisneo Corrc*oii ; success i aa a Heir-sustaining! country tlone ? in he more interested!! \ Offices foot ot Uog.in, Street, Jacksonville, Florida Teleplmm,' \'", J6.I)
Is the deplorable! of SMtM _
system + S + + + w ww wwwwwwww
MM F1r #'fMMMS F f rf'fi fM t M irrf
than, the community in T T T TT TT TT General
jSl ,' Bending ubrond! or to neighboring prompt, J. K. :SI UN N ERLYN, Manager
t honest, und) efficient service ? Hy May I 17th, 100: lug home insurance companies from the
:States::; for meat, milk, cheese, but
fl leaving the appointment, the removal The sixth week of the session. IH now a operation of the :2 per cent premiumtax.
ik ter, chickens, eggs and ever augur. and rejection for cause in thing of the past, und It In becoming; ev- It Is also understood that a bill, The Oldest Estalillaliecl drain and Seed House In for 4' "
To purchase those commodities based on tbe Mississippi law, will soon
Ident that the Legislature of 1H! ; will
enough money Is sent away and out the hinds of the President, but by !go! down into history ax ono from which Introduced, providing that nil Insurance

of the State every year to make tbf'l' restricting appointment to a liRtrurnh.het.l much wait expected and little received companies. doing. business In the Wm.:: A. Fours: & Co.
State shall Invest half the
the the one premiums
Of all the nml
by community, point*- they_ were point
thereof Those who
people wealthy. rights and Interests of both the of the first importance carefully collected heie. All of which goes to ,
y have n consideration!! for elaborated' show that Governor liroward's. good "
proper federal by Governor( llrowuid In his a GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
and the various
I
such matter, llntl a consolation In government message, but one, In my judgment, I I.. seed have' not been altogether wasted ,

yr the present, over the condition of communities can be protected. at all likely to be noted upon. And i If + *
Presidents and congressmen will any decisive and Intelligent notion betaken Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
tilings of twenty The iovernor's drainage: me"Kajewent ,
years ago.Ir
.4 then run on their own merits and by the Senate upon the drainage In some time ago; and the drain- MILL S

not on the machines which they proposition now before It, the house ago bill has also boon Introduced! In the aT. Le re. 200 EllMtllay Street, JACKSONVILLE, KI.A
probably be depended to kill
Is satisfaction know i may upon .donate.: A constitutional
to amendment
a grant have built the serviceswill
j up ; public the bill. also Catalogue Free.Varehousee on tracks of S. A. L. n')'. and A. C 1 I. I Uv.MeMurray : .
that the Florida Legislature i IA moving bo Improved, and communitieswill a # was presented. (he same time In
order to cure any defects. the bill might
in the"mutter of protecting our bo protected from the imposi Never In the history of the State has have; and it Is noted as a significant circumstance -

pine forest,. The need of promptand tions that are now practiced upon the lower branch of the legislature: used that the latter was handed in

thorough legislation has been them. the time allotted.. by an unwise. constltutloaal by Senator Frank Adams, a leader who & Baker

BO well demonstrated by the effects The above idea/ while new, hae provision to HO little purpose has not hitherto been counted among ,
: with a little discretion.. Never before In the ndininistrntlon members, but who
from denuding the country of ita merit. It savor of home rule. It the history of the State have OH men sat has a faculty of accomplishing results.
't forests in other States climate 4Ol-4ii East Hut Street Jacksonville, Florida,
on seems ales like keeping neur the lit) patiently on addled. eggs/ or hatched i e aConsiderable

t and products, that no argument people and Is democratic out HO little that wan worth while. The .
govern. valuable time line already
-Makers and Jobbers of-
house has In It able one
i' should be needed in mono
our Legisla ment In practical form. been wanted on freak: bills. Someof
that but equally\ clear In It that
1 'i ,, ture. Aa an economic measure We subscribe to the idea because disputes. ; ( these have teen killed; others have
lender.
It ban D(5 program, no policy, no
also, the destruction of our pine the more It is examined and And It U for this iciison that It has thus been withdrawn, while some Htlll ie Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
main on the calendar. One of the List
,
: ,
forests by turpentine farming; and analyzed, the easier can its merits far devoted Itself\ with singular; patience, Is Mr. Persons' bill taxing franchises
to the Idle task of Introducing bills lu ) ,
lieedlces logging should be so be seen. which III now In the hands of the House Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
"' limited law that the devastation order to kill thorn-a process only to be committee .
j' by -- --- on Judiciaiy. As tho. railroad
compared to the tusk Home times. set
valuation along In First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
should largely cense, and the this State Isi'l(100,000 ,
young BILL DEFINE TENANCIESAT piigoners, who are required to pick uf
!: (
$: out of a total tax valuation
.
timber be rigidly protected from rocks from one pile for the mete sake of - --
WILL of *117,000,0(1(1( ( or one-fifth, and as the
the turpentine scarifying, from placing them on another. 'railroads do not really own one-tenth of

11 wasteful logging and from (Ire. a w- w- the actual valuation: of the State, It Is D'-1Y Your . .
A bill to ilellno! tenancies at will and
Insurance bills of which evident that they are already paying;
The two
mI'll tlll prescribe the mode of 110 FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom
terminatingthem
much has been hoard-of which so much twlcu their just share of the Mate's taxes
STRINGENT legislation is needed and! to define I the status of persons without any such drag net as that
have been
has been expected- reported
holding over under a written lease,, a house that: has been in business over thirty yean: ,
1 in Florida to prevent the totul Ions back to the House. by special ('ommltteeappolntel proposed! by Mr. Persons' ill-advised .
after the created Introdncuil
term
thereby, consider\ them measure. Considerable eloquence has and has always had the reputation for LOW PUH'Kon /
to absolutely
of our timber. We arc told that it Senator IJlount
by wan passed' at
"without lecomniend.itlon.: I In other also been wasted over the proposition to tbe finest goods Imported and Manufactured.
Iiita been the In TallahnHson. It Is ax follows: I .
common practice words, the aforesaid committee feels meddle in other people's alT.iirs by prohibiting
:Florida to burn over the wood lands( beet) in 1. That any lease of lands, Itself Incompetent to discharge the duty Sunday baseball, which bill
tenements, or either hvreuftur made Hess &
,
fj' each year, in order lo secure a clear shall doomed, anti! held to bo I a tenancyat assigned, and coolly turns these two slaughter cannot be too soon dumped into the Slager ,

grazing tract for cattle. This has will, nolens tlie amu shall be lu Important bills bock t.o the l louse to be pen.
threshed out In open debute: on the a a DIAMOND WATCHES & JEWELRY.
.
been continued for the riling; IIllnolly the lessor.
eighty-live/ .. floor.\ And with scarcely three weeks of One of tbe most Important of all the 11 and lit: Main[ :St.
that Florida lias been :Sue2.. That such tenancy at will J. & :S:;. W and A. C. WATCH INSPECTOlt
years : a pint tho session remainlnK, It U not at all Issues before time present. Legislature is
shall ho
from
of this notion, Thirty thousand month year to year month, or quarterto weekto dllHcult to understand, what that means.. that involved In the management of 339V.:! Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. Fl.OUI"\" -
quarter, or to or
The truth of the matter is. time :State schools. hut it is fast.
miles than aver- becoming ev- --
or more week he
t square twenty to determined l by the periods -- -
member U afraid of this Insurance ident that the will
million each of which I nt which the rent IH payable If ago session end with no _
acres, on acre :--ot: s { :
the rent Ix. pnynblu weekly then such tenancy 'pioposltlon. It does not appeal to his material change, one way or another, r-----dt1
u ton of valuable fertilizing material .shall be from week to week If illumination, for he haM none ; nor can being made .Mr. Huckman's substitute

have .grown, have, it Is payable monthly, then such tenancy ho deal with the questions. Involved out for the Kegenl's bill provides for the : : SPn.r: : =C... '

p' claimed, been wasted in these burnings shall be from month to month. It payable of time experience of others, for mostpeople abolition of all State schools, save two,
home refer to this subject with and wilt have been disposed. of, ere these
each At a low estimate ijuartorly, then from quarter: to
4 year. bated' breath.. as. If there were dynamiteIn lines are lead. Many close observers : '
qU'ler.: Or payable yearly\ then from Turnips-and Iluta Bagas.
of two dollars' per ton there has the proportion If state Insurance Relieve that the sentiment in favor of

been an annual s to the State of year Hec to, :it.year That a tenancy at will wan a new and untried experiment consolidation, ls crowing!: and that a I Onion Sets-Bermuda anti Pearl. I

p'' forty million dollars, or in the bo terminated by cither party, Riving may no- And, 1 have :vet to meet the member proposition to abolish all the State Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.
who. l\\s sufUcloutly informed himself. schools but three would meet with fa Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph.
eighty-live logs of tice as followlIV: llero the tenancy is
years past, a I
the to realign that *< The three
ii thirty-four thousand million dol( than from year to year, by giving) not less hall upon' for years subject' been soiling\ ; life Insurance nglnnd: vor.the University exceptions of Florida suggestedare at Lake l L6 Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Et .
three mUlllh'tnotIce to
lars. The annual loss of timber annual\ tho prior any is and! that New Zealand.. l and other rountilon City; :Mate Co h'ge, at Tallahassee. and

and standing tree, greatly auginoiits > from quarter\ period.Vbnro to quarter, by giving tenancy not lone since adopted state Insurance.. East: Florida Seminary, the last to be I x... O.. ]..M1IItON.: : Sood.Sn:1.nn.: : : :I
(Governor maintained
the aggregate of the lire less than forty-live 1I"y't notice prior to Nevertheless dwelt, with sufficient tirnwnni In hit UII a purely military school 1 14 EastlBay St., Jacksonville Fla.

losses, while the destruction of the tho end! of any elulrtl'r.Vht'r!' the tenancy it inossapn would seem upon tho Important emphasis Issues a a J i

;( young forest trees, except In protected I not U from less than month fifteen to day's month notice, by givIng prlor involved, while former Oov- A great mistake. has been made In =--..CM'
doing with the collection .
einor llloxhiiiii in well" known to have all away of statistics -
t places, has prevented a reproduction to the end of any monthly period, und the information nt his by the Department' of Agriculture -
required
of the forests. where the tenancy I III from week to week, tips. linger and a bill covering the same

by giving not lens than seven day's; notice of all this the ground in a more' comprehensive manner -
In spite significant array -
prior to the cud of weekly D. Christie
any of life insurance figures inarsli.illed has been Introduced the LI on so by Joseph
Wnv cannot our Town Council period. by Governor Brownrl, In hU message, Mr Kuckm.tn, of Duval. Senator Stockton ,
pay out 11 modicum of our hard- JM>O. 4. That when any tenancy thrall\ has by no means been thrown away. also of IHivid h.is Introduced a bill\

f. earned dollars!! for the hiring of a have writing been and created the term by for au which Instrument.. of Those figures were so impressive. -the appropriating fl 1.:>,(HH> for immigration REAL
tenancy The Stale ESTATE AND BUSINESS I AGENT
dlnpatlty between the paid HI r poses. certainly needs im
premiums
boy or man to devote an hour or In limited therein shall bave eXI.lretllLntl ,
out, Aol the death benefits paid in- !migrant*-needs them probably' much
two a few the the tenant shall, hold over in possessionof .
mornings during were significant ns to justify tlicii; more than it needs( legislation and yetIt
week, to gather up the loose litterof said premises without renewing thes.kld production here: Is very doubtful If anything; is done 308 Dyal-Upchurch Bldg.
lease by some further Instrument of In this direction.
paper or other rubbish on our writing, then such holding over shall be "'R IIHK8181W. I.OollHoIt: nIlCEIPTt: Jacksonville. Florida.

streets It is very little use to construed to be tenancy at sutTrance, 1\1\: \ \_ f IIIOlfl7,0111.112; >>:\ il .21.JtI! S a +

preach to boys and girls of unknown and the mere payment or acceptance of 1894. n,<).I.1.UOtl 1I\.lItII.lI;:\ : ;..t7,7-t 1.33 The anti-booze legislation, of which

1 ages about throwing paper, rent shall not be construed to bo a renewal 1::;t I h;. 4..U,4: t3 178,15\:J.4.'l: 554,37N.40: 110 much has been heard has, thus far
of the salt term but If such holding come to naught None of the bills
:\ lf
5,254,013 lOS0.4l prohibiting
1 ;
etc., on the streets, for boys will 117,528.1.1 you want to buy business
f / over be continued with tbe consentof 1SD7.1SIW.. 4,24:! :J,101 251.-tO'.7S ;,(\.),tIl17.! be boys, and girls will be girls the lessor, such tenancy shall becomea OIOII:7: 21.1,4i1.0S! (iOL',715.87DlS.325.4l: : Into the dry counties have been pasted, I IF you want to sell a business,

'a while the world lasts, and they will tenancy will under the provisions of 181111. 6,152L18: 4.t2i57.0:! ': $ 7J9SIS,50: and Mr. Itryan's Constitutional amend you want a partner, or

throw rubbish on tho streets, regardless this oct 1\1011.\ 7S01,7tVS 2t1\-tk1.U;:\ : ; : ment, prohibiting the sale of liquor, as you want more capital in your business In fact '
of its ::;oc. b. That all laws and! parts. of 11101. 7,610,2.14 SfI.i,3'H.:! 1JO,3tl3.' a beverage In the State, has been per you want anything In the real estate or business liar

deleterious ell'ectson \ laws" In conflict with any of tho provisions 103.! 8,371,231: 11\tIl.-t:! :! :\: :! I 1,1i'lI\l1-I\ 05191x mitted to fall by the wayside In the Address
J the thoroughfares. But there is of this act are hereby revealed.WALTON1 :). S.tllitHO: 413,340.4s: / l Iti3i-1U.IS: : :! louse. JOSEPH D. CHRISTIE, as above.

3 very little excuse for our merchants 11101.! 10,8lSOtl7\ : -tS,5i:! 'I.30 1.l22.411:! : a a --- _1

i throwing rubbish out, where it can SKLF-LOCKINO: 11LOCKS, I If these figures be correct-ar.d there The uniform textbook bill seems to

l'e swept to the four corners of the 1'atwitod. In all countries. Only tackle la. every reason to believe that they are- have fallen Hat. The county superioendentn :Special::IIUSLER'a Agents CAM C- C.1 Sette...., Sole Agents
_
town by high winds the people of this Mate have In of education who have been In : IIY '
; and, besides, block of the kind In the world. Fitted lost U..rplcld".. The Knl8cbee"r'.wbr. ;
there is an ordinance against it i. twelve, years something over,000,1100( session here, have declared) against the LI.ll1.'n... D RUG S Surgical 1o.tl'rrlne '
with with the Walton-Vlnton Holler by the manner In which they have approached ooovations, which In, nevertheless, In Lltl"nF Cure. Van Horn' Ligsb
a line attached, and the Marshal he Interests of both and imr.1 Iobo"I' a let1.cluee. .
1 Bearer Useful In any place where this life Insurance problem. parents: pu- Smithsonian TrW..
I has it in his pile, and no change for the better need R"'barot Indnut. ;33 ammo 5S; West Day
power to summon hoisting Is done. With these blocks And while the Governor' proposition t.t,1.' Surgical O..lup. Sliver True.
the be carried be expected la the near future P. 1). .t Ca
j delinquent before the .Mayor.: do the work of may never auto effect, the Antitoxin. Abbon Alkalololal
can two.
one man ttoodrlc4'
s Ourttlca! wRublo.r
formation of local Insurance fltatford -
lil'rlnlllf
Titusville is
said companies
to be of the Warehouses
one Thousand sold in the n rth. Call t.oda JUU8 Uek SprlDI WAU
)
most healthy town the East is likely to keep at least, part of this JOB PRINTING of all kind done at I'lckrnom OOOC1.. _:::I) to :2Cy! i South Laura. "eron.ea I'prtD"I"'
on and see them la working order at this money at borne. A K>lX>,tKK\ ) company f'nl ch... Trns.e,. 'West Batten l'l'f" ,,
( Coast. Be neat and clean, and let office, or time store of Jaa. Prltchard A ha already been organized at Tampa this office, at reasonable rates.. Giveus I""Irlo'.ul'.rttr.Ilatter Splints... . 14"ckb.t Lltbla, ,

,- i Titusville keep up its good! record.! Son TitusvlUe. and a bill has been Introduced exempt- a share of your work. lJectrtc It.atingfade.+ J Jacksonville Florida. Nhit.. SmnaU14Park.tTlltor.1'.'

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.. Eden. Ge'orgiana.II. We make a specialty of

EAST COAST NE\TS. I -

Edward and Ralph Richards have bee a K. IIuKhea. A. I.. Hrimor and Lee
spending several days with relatives here. Iiaidwiu l l have almost completed tin I
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The Whist Club held an usually pleasant work on the church. FIRE INSURANCE

I meeting' at C. C. Mast's. There wet Mrs A. L. Hrtiner and daughter MNHotli >

". \\ v Notes Contributed: 1>v Our Ilc ulnr : !tour tables. were pleasant callers In the south I

( 't >1')8 of East Coast Cot'i-t>--jponcloiitr I We were blessed on Tuesday with aa end of town on Friday.Mit. .

: copioiu ram which will be of luestlniibl : Kato Carter and daughter" MKPM.IIJIO

.. .... ... .. .. value to our crops. : pent the day with Mr, ll.ill!
..1ter .111111 11 1 .111 .
1N1j1..1111 0111.11111th1ee .......... daughter hId Thuroday.K. and are prepared to give
Mi... Thomas Richards: returned, : i

Monday moinlnir from nine weeks' U". better .
ceks. This a :Manson wa reported m
all\ communication!? felt
send long want is
',j" heartily welcomed" visit ui her son and him family at StuarMis. Monday and able to tithe I little nouilaluniMK '-
by the
citizens
t 'I i publication to "Kditor, nli for the llrst time in two werks.
well us I the different .
1 &IIU fishing; firms. Hilda Kooks who h.it spent aeveial

.W' .t uisvllle, FU.1: The A eat End Pharmacy is necks In thin vicinity very pleasant. Mi'Ml.imoa: Hughes. Itinnor amiVitt- PROPERTY OWNERSthe
: lllllni
vrI -
I tiers for Miuvcnlr cards of Eau U.illi Iv, w ill leave next Wednesday for Xew fell spout iv pleasant afternoonilli

-T' II.\ "annot guarantee to publish 'Iron points north, smith. and went. TheI'ard" Yoik. :Mm. 11 iRcockYellneR.y\ of last woek.,

Jteim-, i dll' Dot reach tu'8' oilier before are welt l worth ilu places paid. Jack: Kussol and a party of young: Memorial Day will bo observed hero

| > ,. niursdajs., : The people from this place went over to the, fts usual' on the afternoon of :May :iiOtli:
jcoi() summer lean ot coloretjcliool
our"
No.lit) v.1.1 beac'h: to hunt turtle eggs on Wodnesdn All ,"'t sons Interentod turn ,-nt.lIallylnvltcd -
,
ii'spondunts oblige us by \hnitna\ Bryant, of 1'1'1), shoitly In with night 'I'hey gut( three bundled pound) I to come and bring! tl"'IR.
v\ I riinp.i; clnijze beat. Among other cuilotdlies beat
i .' names of people and I pinceMi. Thecoloied itcli'ol has tip .Minis of a:i
'rl; pupils on the roll. tttcak I is foremost the bill of fine. Cleared. for Action.Vlion y

SI a 'npoxelbieuMelbourne. t'. n. Redstone's'! County Commissioner Ht'lias in this \ the body Is clo.tnul for action the .
'lunch as cluiitcrei'
by a party of turtle bunters plain MiMulay.aupoilntendlngroad I by hi." KluK'a Now Kilo Tills, yon can
evening last. Nitiird.iy It looks n< If we are going to have some tell it by the bloom ot health on the
; The
l.iuuch resumed best at
about: a, in. with .1 large 4tolb. tuttle shell at last. clu'i-ks ; the brightness tho ryes ; the

as the result of the trip .K. H. Kichanls and family returned on llrninrss of the flesh and inimfloi* ; the
bon\.inry. of the nil ud. Try them. At '
Satinilay firm 1thl'l'U weeks' camping protection the
T .1It iiw,:nptlona/ for the ADVOCATE Cnpt. Bennett, at, tho request of Prof. trip. They are all looking well and hell t 'rc'slIl'hnrlllf"Y. -:;c.
East Coast will bo Jihebinder donated. tho use of his fine . .
of the
Ihepink' ,j.iper bl'OI'l'1II"' the sun could l make them. --- ---
I receiver it the)< Melbourne I'ostomce. houseboat, )Rochester to tin children of
our public si-liool on Friday: last A ('u' (.handler, an old friend of the POINTS TO CONSIDER.

OOOOE-Real Estate, most enjoyable day was spent. :Several late Capt. Nathan S.i" jnders of this place. -- mill' /.
I air! ,Hi,il II I ur' W nvevancer i Agent for Xotnryrii "Etna.LiretI of the patrons accompanied the childrento left, on Monday: night after very pleasant <*oo.l it..h \\'...1.|. llrlnu: Geed! .. IUiI'I l',' a
1 ' mil Lonilonandfllolie,ami Hartfordfire aid I the teachers in caring; for them visit of two weeks ut Klvertnn. "fllM.ol_4>l hrr ,.1. n..'"1(....

paid Inc I U .li ruiu'O* fnterests Ci'> |.afton. *rn ideni.tteutlou Capt. Itennett was warmly thanked by ('. A. Itoblimon and family: made nie.nly \ "'rn\ my mind I t llu-iv err greater advatit.i -
tho teachers and. for his kindness .
patrons Htait l.int Fildiy morning, amrcaihed ); '" tlinii money to l I..> ilorhtvl

)(:ijoi vnwait enjoyed his" visit to in to Rivinj the hmbor.the outing Memliimes, on th'lrlotII'n lien!, tlio inlot at 7 o'clock Iliio, in oidor ttnko < from k'"'..I l I'onilt." mini u spoaUi-r( ut nr LOWEST RATESin

|Jacksonllo> last week. nett, :;p ill er, Redstone: 1>1'. 8. C. ant A. uilvamago. ot tho low togutllvshells. >VIMlt IvilUMilS ,KOod<1 I'OIllls COllM'lltlUllVt .

K. Hodgson, a this "\ > for mi Mluoiitlon for the
Ilra( M. F, Martin, and grand-daughter, |pay
J\IM| Etta Bennett have gone to visit party. W. F. Wolfe, having sold one of hilt youths of our loud lint ul low bud roads
places, Is moving to.Iensen, temporarily.
,
relatives; 'in Oilando.: DBATII 01' MKH. A. V. r.ANtlNU. with I to prvvrnl the <'lilU'r >n front" Ki'ttlutf
headquarters at It ). Hoke's placo
Our roung people are enjoying moonlight We are sorry to announce the decease, They will\ bo missed very much by their the Illh'llllIllKI'XVlltMI/ yeti slut II lie\'I'01'1'1,1

?mi!tii to Melbourne Beach. This la on Friday: last, of Mrs. A. V. Lansing. former neighbors and all I their, friends" (' tills. Htulo with !a .HyHliMii' ol

:bescallon for hunting turtle and eggs/ widow of the late \Dr. I.anKlnjr, of KaiOallie. :. ho 10.K. food:, loiuN. it will bo found more prof I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I

This lady leaves a family tlf ituliU to IIthl'I' tinflillthvn together
Jr[ and :'11'10. F.. 1'. Branch have en. three sons nod three daughters to J. Hmttiick, Ksi] returned home _
Jjoyeil 'In1'1' outing this week, staying at her sudden death. Mrs.V.. II.mourn 11Oleason last Friday night He Is much biokuiIn ul irutrul 1 I points. W here grade. l HohoolHK

ilieBr.mi-l i i,jottago on the Atlantic shore of this place, who was .formerty health from a long siege of nursing\ : \h If it rluI tic t' for n lilv-hor, ivluriitlmi"KMTJ t .

lI3IeU'HII'nu) Beach lilies Belie Lansing, is the only ilanRhtur ,: Ills brother tutu father having died within, : flillil 1 should I li<> rouiiclliMlt | 1 I Morgan & Walton

Mr UHI Mrs Whitacie have moved In yioiid.i :M casts. Shave, Hodgson' the last eight months, after long and tad.Iho roiiinl tl'll'| c\''fi'.v ,duty tluilmlhtlll ,

I iio tin MiHnler building where Mrs. Alnswoith' :Mc;>llllan, Uoescli nol Taylor tedious Illnesses.Mr 11 III puss 1..11. TiltHlllllll .HI'llOl '

Iffblracrt will have larger rooms for her were pall beaieis. Theiemalns wore : and Mrs. Otis U. Cuivtoii: have' the illiollshcd Wolilil (my tin1 oxptMiMi's "f =ituwi11c. F orid.o.: .,
|dress nuking business. Intt'I'l'ollu the K.iu 1 Oallie cemetery, the sytupitliy: of all their friends in their! tsar I'roo deliver l )' of the dillilivii nt the

have funeral being attended by nearly, all In home of trouble. Their littlo son, II M honU. nnd !Ion r.tl ,,"rphl!! to hrlii[ .support .'
Wo pleased to Mrs. KstelH:
Williams lire end sister Miss Viola: Horton i the tow n, deceased being an old and beautiful" child only eight days old, diet I the central silinitlrt, TIMK ln-rs. ofHllflllllll UKOItO MAUX. JOIN MARX
well known resident and I tho friend, of last and bulled' 1 from the
Ihonie for a few weeks well earned rest Saturday, was |' U till I 1111,,'lItJoI WOlllll tllUl* the
all who knew her In lite.
'romtheii work at the St. Augustine: Congregational! cliuicli, iiunday. l 1.1:1.,1'>l nf the present country teiiflier.
.
1VJ[ ]B <>S.
tosphalMrs. The Maud: Muller took another happy' .ih.|, > people of tins countrylie nil <<>

Mary Knight Moses) whoas usual Wariilnjr.You : party to the inlet, last Kilday, to gather/ lioiiitf! taxed to nuppoit five rural dollv
,
j-pent the winter at; Hotel lielleview, left cannot have Rood health unless shells 't'hoyspentthenight I down there, or"f i iiuill. Mini It It Hiild that In snuttcases Coiner Day and Julia Sta., JACICSO.VVII.r.K, FLA.WHOI'KSAiyU .

I'or Pier home In Philadelphia last Satur-. your kidneys\ are Hound for the kidneys sleeping under Handily net bars on deck, doing/ tawny with \poHtolllfos. asIn

llay. (let many, Melbourne friends will filter the blood of I Impurities which otherwise and h"la: grand time generally. Among the caNO of ccinntry Kohools, Inn' GUOCISKS

|jclcomo her back next winter. act as Irritating poisons and other things, such as craw fish, HOI niiiile free del holy: a tutu v Ill//:. nml.v .
bleak down urchins, pearl oysters, clams etc., they;
the
delicate of the
lire II. Kpangler nnd charming! daughter ) nod Heiloui organs If brought home H7_> bo.iutlful: key shells. hot, her It duos or not, WII wiint ourHlinio
body cause trouble.
Miss\ Emma Spangler were you ni no must do (ho paj'hi1.1t'0/
among
have kidney or [bladder trouble and do -- -- Fruit and Produce Jobbers
I he passengers who left here last Satur- In tlu country: Mould I 1m dilTereut withdtlliy'
not will
use Foley'H Kidney Cure, you Sated[ n" yimniltc. ,
: 'bound for their homo In ilimr .
ay Mercbant1 have only yourself to blame for results i pit |errs tIIl.lllaailllt: our *
1 V .I 1. We will\ hall with delight as it positively cures all forms of kidney Sometimes, a lining: city Is Raved: by "'I'lu> fumllloH of \\ci\llli II..iv emu-
I heir ttiin' next fall, \ to Hotel Carletou, and bladder disease'). lied Cross dynamiting\ spacu that tht(11'0( can'tcross. (M'lloil to renuilii III tlii city on lunnuit I.ociil Agents for Indian River A l.alcoVoilh rine.ipili| Asteaciabiov

I'heirsinter home. Pharmacy. Sometimes, a cough hangs on HO of not wishing to lake the rlilldrcn! I out Send its your fruit and' vcKotablcii. Our facllltlim for Iiuiulliug puilHhablvH cnnnc!

Mrs. Henry Sutton who has spent the long, yon fuel us If nothing but dynamite of ,sfluiol. 'l'hl'Y011111 llu-nn llio turns
be till ket.
v<111I,1.,1111 mat
would cure It. Z. 1'. (]ray, of Calhoun, |
lunter at Hotel Carleton, left on Tnea- Indianola. lit writes: "My ,, If''I,11I nt any (time they: chose, UK the clilltlrou,'
1 lay Jot her home in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. very aggravated would I bo cnrrled to school and bark
cough which kept her awake WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
hutum has spent several winters in HorI -
while the lipnd, of the family ,
I butmade nights.;: Two "pliysiciaim could\ not help iipiin '
her first visit Melbourne \V. D. Gotshall and wife It.ft. Monday her, so she took Dr. King's New Diseovci could K" buck nnd forth nt will Mum --
:ut winter and found it the haven of
for their home In Scranton Pa. for consumption. coughs and colds builui'HM. for 11111.... our
ent the 8f'' in ucli needed. She hopes to v canting/ po\M-r Notlcu of I'liHtC'roilltorN" ::1\1t'4'.IIII. ( ul' I TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS
leturn neiu next winter accompanied I On Wednesday If. II. :Sanderson wife which eased her cough," gave her sleep, people' In the conntr.vould. 1 hero it ,
1 iy Uliers, and (daughter Kll/.abeth: started, for and finally cured, her. Strictly/ sclen cliiinio to bear U gaud Hermoii In Iho The following are the tliims of arrlv.nl
title for bronchitis and .
cure li gilppeAt aural trade' vHItfrlendn and dopiirtuio of trains
Scranton l'a. dlj. tin theater or ; passenger to and
)II' and.! Mrs. Green nodes Miss EIRe lied, Cross Pharmacy, price *>to) and '
nil life t the farm uould, l I.ocome VII R IHSIHICT I'OCItroK'IIIK: lI'I'I'kllI from 1'Itmlvl I lie:
I Yodel( ( ami John Jlodea arrived, last: Curtis Andrlx, wife and) son, Harry, (I. Guaranteed' ; tilal' bottle freo. II on I 'I IN ...IorItiesuuthernU/strlntufelurldu./ !
reek, from left Tuesday to the In mi Ideal one. TIII'I'w"hl\ be In JI..nkrlllt..y.i OOTIIIIOIINII.
:Sewell, W. Va. Mr. Bodes spend summer
the f Calvin AliiNwnrlli, Lt"nu..TIt."ulll..rnrJ\I."I.'tI.. . ,
I'oiiiplnlnt of peoplo, watitlnx toICIIM i niutinr i" Ilankrupt.To | I Ml an p "
rifeuon no
Columbus O.
begin the line
of .
building a the r rm 11 turn nf Oilvln Altmwortli, nf Kim: nlterluedlat.'Molts at | a ale: |I' iu
home 'in Long's hammock his lately Fort Pierce. the farm. Imt peoplo. of rls/ 'nnSw'nllhl .
Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson took llalllislii/ llm t'filth my of lirovanl Huilo utr'lorMii aoaT II rotN D.feavefitnsv11lsforJurkennvliie.
[purchased I property. This is one of the a partyof all have HIIMIIIHT liomeH In the , ,iiml Hlmrliit nfiir....l.l : ImiikrnptNolli'ii I .
:.IIDCsm
t
twenty In their launch, for a pleasant / I I.* luriliv, given;| Unit mi the Htli lily "fMayA.I :
post oeautiful spots on the river situ- countryhllo' Ilioseof moderate means/ 1IIIlllIttt'III.II"tel''U' I I IMVpm:
tide to Kocklodgo on Wednesday of last 1.II..lh..llhlf"lvl.' Aln w l lied l ma high,: blurt' just north of Mel. week. Mrs John Miller and daughter were w mi Id, Iciivithe tenement IIOIIMO. buy ailiiHiittii| hankrnpt, h.reluend. thitt tlio TltnNvlllxfornunfortl. . asilt, 1 it ...
'
nurse 'jverlooking tho Indian Iliver.I pleasant visitors) in town Tuesday.W. . Ilursnnd tlrnt IIII>I>IIIIK nf hi* rriiilllorn will Im held.. ut tlioollli'ii Arrtvs.1'Itlevlitstrrnnenflrd, 14tUOp ?
a Peas urns on Nuns/ of tlio power of tin Clerk of SHld, Court, 'In HIM ti"vernnlent _. _.
Tern\ boatload ---- ----- --
On Mrs. Hill Invited
pleased to have this charming; Thursday, a C. KawllnHou of Ankona of '
was n nmko for tlicniHchi'M' a hi/ino lliillilliiK, In the I liy of ant' rkioiivllln,
hall) 'orate among ?,. Miss MlntalMle to go to Cocoa, to see Dr. ieo. J Hill I pleasant, visitor In t"wn. Wednesday. loinfortnnd I liiivat. enmity, I i''lorlilii, In pit iii IHNtrlut,, the HELP
anu Mrs Chus. Kodes and little safely started on his journey to Cincinnati lo\r (ili'tity. inl day of Jumi, A. li. limn' at ten o'nloi, /In. lliororanooii WANTED
Ijon nave punt the winter here, and Seth O. \Heavy: showers. full hero '1'lIelO'nljth\ t. "'I'lie man of inodornte meaiiM, then ; at wlileh Mum tile iiaiil trail II I tors may. .

iHMletiMnieHoino! time ago. The other Dr. Charles Hill wife and mother left We could Htlll stand good many. moir. s, ,,,'1, I 1Il1ll1l; II. would own Ills .few 'aerexnml :iiluiuil(: 't Out i I>rove ten:heir,I krupt dial, :mill ins I' uiinlnl Iriiimiii't| | ; u mil triiNtiifl'.li ether, xiiinlno TOGrifflng's IIAN"I.I';

liemben. )t the Modes family will come I the hive' his! roclilcketm, ""..I'n. IHINIIIIIH. BM may I.iroprlv IMIIIIA lii.rornNiiiil' men*-
N. I. Trowel purchased residenceand
Wednesday for their home In Scranton :::
'10 later on Intf. l.KollDK! AI. I'I'llWI'l.., Peaches Cantaloupes
I
.o all we extend u welcome. two lots of It. K.) iteynofdslast week. (-.trIberc" tarsi hlld would In smileWIIN ... .
and ,
Pa. ; with one of two other Slay 1:1.: I I'KiS: |1I.'or.' In lhlnkruptay.JOB |
families leaving this week, makes quitean .' help III the support' nf the finally, Unady about Juno lilt.IOu<)
Airs.I Klopp'a muter, Mrs. Duvls, IIn,1t.'u - notes''
Milualilit I than
,V Creeping>> Heath exodus. children arrived, :Monday, for a few nml aciilro] ImliltM more Punches, IliO acres Cantaloiipim. Crop

Bluoii polMin creeps tip towards the It Is seldom one finds a village of this weeks', visit.Mr. such a clilld I H liable' to In the city .......................... "mil! mated, ytnt! ours.Wo .

JWit. size where there Is such of feelIng : : need I Jut) experienced[ packing
;.llIlIlu death. J. E. Stearns a unity to the
: complete
;, ICoylanco expects NEW: YORK'S HIGHWAYS. IIOIIKU emu, white,; and :.'(Ml pickurs and!
all
and such
'l lIno good fellowship
If1- /-line writes that a tricnd among band: stand this w'lJk.Vh..u! finished Hold .
IWiulliillv injured his hand, which parties, and a desire for all to enjoy the will be quite attractive. in on, white or colored. Apply
r. leu I 11, like blood poisoning. HackIea many pleasant thing that take place In .MIIIIlMIK "I"'U' Oil Illlllll Ieyrnv.Music. stlltlug experience: to

'Mintc-a: halve drew out the poison, Indianola.I I'ev. '1'. W. Tompkles f held service In niriil In HIP .':"'Ilr.* i i THE GRIFFING FLORIDA ORCHARD
CO.
ealedilu' wjund, and saved his life. the Methodist church" last. Sunday morn- I Ill Ills iiiiiiiil leport. floury" ,\. Van ,

,Seeetni, the world for burns and sore; On :Saturday about -0, Mr.neighbors and :Mrs.to Hobling ride to Cocoa invited ng and evening, to large congiegalIons., \I.rIIIf' .stilt fiixliufi/ of New York. JACK4O.f \'ILLE, FLA.Hodgson .

heat (Ituu i .roHs Pharmacy. In their son's launch, the Manhat The many friends of Mis. W. II. Crossregret pays partlciilur attetitloii tn lilKhwnyniiioMMiHMit. ------

tan. These launch trips are enjoyed by to hear of her Illness, and. trust | which lie coii ldiri" of : :

all, and thanks are extended: to the parties hat she may soon bo able to'e out f'qll1| ,'I Iniportaiii with ciinal work iePRINTINGj Bros.Y.AU .

Eau Gallic. who so kindly give them. again./ 'Die.. \bulldlllK/ of these. road liy Htilti "

been In share 1SH.lurlntf (1ALf.ll4 INDIAX RIVER Vt.A.
We had some flno rains here on Tues Hev. Campbell Gray! will hold divineervices aid has proitrcuM ,

ttRui day aDd Wednesday-the first in a long next :Sunday, morning and evening which lute there liav lieon reliheil Marine Hallway.
1IfI'HIOl'ln.IIICIAN AM 8t \- In St. Andrews church. All for tile Improvement .
_ a-;u, Pallia, while; and as rain was sadly needed, we are pftltloiu ( .
Florida. the cordially Invited. loadi. In counties ,. Qoneral Merchants. and hldp Chandler .
fully appreciated It. It will holp of ri.iXK nill.-H of fifty .'I . 01 Af.r IONIJ , i *

I. ''In''I'eY'8' new cottage Is now be- peaches along wonderfully, as the curlyones The Silver\ Tea at Mrs[ Geo. Maunders, Ailln* upon these petitions, surveys i ''llt ..Spuchkl! Jl'lIcllltle".

I "g roofed In are ripening, and needed rain just Veilnenday night, was grand\ social and l havo heen.Iluule and plans suave heeuidopted : If or Ifuiillng Out, Storing and Kepalilng:

Pror at this time. inanclal success. The Band, under theeaderthlp ! -'iieDinder:' left for his home Yachts and r.uunclicn.Maiitlou .
' on of U. E. Tylander, rendered of the various r-otiiitle
{ Dvil" ;as' vlaE. Miss Gertrude Mendel I of Tltusvllle iud I the money .
C. Line. who bait been teaching our school re- some of their beat ia'j in bets. hits 'lii-i-ii approprlnti'd. for U"tH:: ulna : fJHY.\1'I.\. the AltYOCAtH when wrltlnj.

'3..' Curse, u? Canavaral was in Eau turned home last Saturday. She has Mr. and Mrs. Watts the parents of 1'. of lund, lomteil In thirty (!'ountleOf - -.-.-.-- -,
M day last, on business. !given such good satisfaction that we I' Cohb, who have been domiciled nil throe there hove been put llluleiuntrnct .. ZZ

rl: ., 'e, was seen at Melbourne on shall be glad to again welcome her here winter In Ids cosy cottage left for Cazo- (' and arty now !In prix-esx of eon i AItTf..1TICAi.i.Y. .1. :L. ill IOBL"1 Y,

) ant, next season-at an earlier data, If it can novia, X. Y., Tuesday. While here they .
pa ua with a sailing party one strut.-?hurt In nineteen votintlew or nnucttitlly
< be so arranged. made: a great many friends who wish completed, and In use In tweuy : 1v( al1,1 with INI'ATChf. TITlWVir.r.K, KfA.
"
A. Hill's returned last Thurs them "bon 90yalt!) and eagerly await Contract for all kind of Ka fHoinlnluK
"rd. of the Dr. party 'cUht: counties CT.'i:\ milts of rood' ) I'.tintiiiif/ -
' Ward Fish Co., of weeks' cruise down their return next f"lI.White .i, . anti
from their three ) IStiiinlnir KlnlNhln i'apvr
stIn! was In Eau Gallle this week day 'or this work the state hits during Ih''' 2 ,
'Bt'... Ie Indian Hiver A good; deal of Interest last seven years IIJ11)ror'rll! ',1 fl.:7:1: :: : .,. 0 : Hanging\ at the nest. a"on. blo price
centered around the race boat that contlatent with
has goal workmanship,
, .AIJ>> '1;'. ar is still working at the ar- the Doctor bought while down the river. City. f..NXI. ', the counties nprrprlntlll/C/ nit utpaul : LJIllSTATIONEitY :

..b 11 lat w.. 'or the new Ice factory at When at full speed she will make 18 or amount OUINSTGCK: OF All Work on the East Coast
PCnr hour.Terrific ; ---J; ; ; I I
10 knot per Itlrt liun Mm-mlmn . : . !
J. M. Orrel pent last week in Talla-
. "< (lstoe Is repairing the tank ---- An HluMtriitlon of tli' I"JIIIJlllrntll"' I I Kapecliilly Hollcttell-

'evr'01 '' windmill at A. U. Hodgson's ice With I>c itli. ha Hee. east of houllnx over good! romN! unit : Is COI1'I.y.'n:. I I I : Let rue know what you want and get
!il. 's week. Mr. lUruwell spent thin week: here bad roods) l" fnrnlslicd ty c. R,1! ', myOMUmuto
YOU ARE INVITEDTO It. attention
fast approaching, writes "'n I'rotnpt
"Death was for
erecting a neat cottage J. 1'adxett. ,
. ' barns. Jr.. In tho l.ouh.vlll" Conrliioiirn.il. to all work.
"ert has 'of Fla. given
,
; much his FernanJez Tampa
j Improved F.
,, Ralph Fraanen of The Incident, under hHov. : INSi'I';C'1'; n'. ) : .
'" with death Mr. spent a part Sunday cnrjio
low I "tlme by the addition of win. describing his fearful lace -- -- --
., .._'wi' ,"-, on the sunny side of the 'as result of liver trouble and heart evening at the home of Mr. f.amont and n ol>..*TTBtloii. and the road wer .. I I I .. .1111..1......111111111111
? disease, which had robbed\ me of sleep the time wait pleasantly whiled away by In I Kentucky. lie miyn"A: miiclini'wiU'hlntf ,

Mi,. II Aiister' wbo has charge of the and of all Interest In life. Iliad 1 tried both gentlemen.Our 18,00'() ) pouiuU. (eight tnn-i 1 rff i : THE YONGE & CLINE CO. f
different doctors and several' medicines ban decided drawn the fliwk ,
'rtmellt fn school No. 3, left many Club to build a $IOOO) vas tour tithes on I EAST ., .

1 js 'Washington, Georgia, but got no benefit until bo wonderful I began Clubhouse and Town hall. The plan turnpike, a macadamized! road It tqtlliml t-' I : . .. T t OCALA VLA "tI :
sat to use Electric Bitters are under conalderatfon, and the matter four miller ((LOCK pound. to .

, : .1 was their effect, that In three days I will come up for discussion on Saturday moles ninth one and one-half hour "., j I. I SELL
lt t; Kt-on, having recovered from felt like a new man and today I am light. i COAST i ::
Guaranteed Ump at n rout of 13 cents. per mule I p t
m her
, house last week, will oared of all my troubles. I : '
I '*ck for M short visit with at Ked Cross Pharmacy. Price :50c. There will be an Ice cream (octal at Ilfur. or a total cost for four nille.. I .. I "ONLY THE BEST"high J

"' '"naventure, Fla. the: Literary Hociety'a room on Friday lxent After traveling four mll- "' i :
--- -- evening Slay -';th. An interesting pro- mnendnnilzed turnpike the route I r } ,:I ADVOCATE i : grade"bt"n1"OseotlueCnRln.s :
''Ii' .
Bailie Orchestra Is still keep- STYLE BI.OCK3- U being arranged which !I" .
TJ WIIY USE OLD jiararna ; for a little less than :,fJfIl) feet (I less fiLii'i I : :
.1> t
, practice and a concert may buy the best Self-Lock quite, new to this community and 1 I" :
1 '1t1,7 looked for |In the near fuw'Hbe wben Tackle you can Block at nearly the same being| looked forwaid to with considerable wo-flfthn of a mile) on u dirt ron"1"1 "< : "li. *U" ArctyUno <;.... I'Unl ::
I
.r \ a musical treat. Ing Now in nile in the United anticipation. ravel thl.. 2,9(') feet It wan n. cesq .- PRINTING OFFICE. I Wa<.Mlworhln Machinery fP
'r prIce. t use ten of the tarot iniiltii and N< 'Imen.
',- <'Iall River and Lake Worth States Army and Navy Department. nil, : .\1.| ..> Repair snit "'1.,. tlfi' |*. +.
anti with It took "
f at Pritchard & Sons, or this forest .
lit -ecoropany e factory running expect In to about have the Examine ADVOCATE them offlce. Titusvlll JOB PRINTING done at this ofQce. hour to complete the Journey." .1.....11111....1.11.1111. :.....11.IN11.111....1.1.



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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE MAY 19. 1905.

,,4

), -- --- In ridding them of lire and of n scaly Y Florida East Coast Railway

skin. Thi following plan 1" practiced :

IJyI Miiccrssful hog mixer, who markets


hickory. his animals post, four In Inched Baltimore.lu diameterIn Plant Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April I,11505.SOUTHBOUND ; ,

the box run 'oJl!! n manilla rope
-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-REno
around thlx 'prmt' an high as a hog : ID

stands mul Htiiplc' It necurely. Then i I I ...
'No. 99 No. 29 STATIONS No.78. No. 98
thoroughly/ saturate. the rope with
Dully.-I Dally. Dally. D.lly.ii .
crude l1'lrolt'\IIJI-kl'roOCf'lle will do butIt
(
' r. 00 j; 0 40 a I.T _.........Jark. onTlll. Ar T i p "ii'6' 60.i
I ; f Potash as Necessary as Rain Is not ax good! and It becomes an 6 07"I\ 4gaHI .. _._HQ.. JaokHonrllle........... Lv (1111" I 8 U"
Ideal/ HtTiitchlnx ,pout for hogs" and' ), w yt ; royl.c II 151' 56 a __B.. Augustine ............. 6110..p T 4U /iiA
;'I i The quality| and quantity of the r 6 6d I' 11320. ,.' .......HI1.Ung....._._ 4 65 P tV n
I ., crops depend on a sufficiency or pigs." The anlmalH will rub against 7 lop 11 SO a .. .__.?_.E.... 1'.I..t.ll.. ,.............. 4 U" 8 38 u
I It continually, raid oil Ix fatal to lice .. -
1 7 81 p 12 15 p AI' ..._..._..Plll..t..... ...._........... Lv 4 10: p 6 OOa
.
nnd IU I ft'H. If kerosene In liMed the .. T; r I ,t1. ygNCis 6 .S P 11 15..a Lv ......___.P/ilatka .................. Ar a (W J"I 36 a
; PotashIn Maturation xlnnilil be renewed, every 0O -
c It / 8 21 p 2 OOp Ar ............... flan M..t<'O......_...... Lv 3 10 p.. b
l
,, t l'' few da.VH.--Amercnn! Cultivator. .a, 2 10 P 8 00 a Lv ................ Ban Mitten......-..?.. Ar 8 Sip 7 BO n
" the lol!. Fertilizers which are "' '" C
I t low In Potash will never produceatiftf.irtory .. I C 7 H(, p,11 81 p Lv .,.__.........Noolf"....._......... L" 3 67'P 60 a1 .
't'; ri-sull" I'rniiltiit thw O.an. rt 8 03 Pin 47 p ...___Hunnulla.._......_ 8.. p < an a r?
I lartner.huu 4 h. hmlllar with the Prune oninie trees In the ftprlnx. 8 lu p 65 p .. ........._.._.DU..ODt........_...... 8 37 p 8 111)\ a .p
Every nnimiriinni <>f limredHinu 1 V Q N41p 1 Up" ...,......... Ormtn"...._..._.. 3 10 p 4 09\ /a '
knife tho
"P'! : mska proper. llif, bent tenilierru for every'j.J'crup. \ of 'I'Iin sharper| the or aw/ bet :. ; 0. H IM: p 1 30 p .. ...._........D"'D"...._..._.. 8 OOp 4 47 ,a -
W. have p"hll.hed l a a.ne.01 book.., tor. Let the cut bo clean anti smooth : 9 U p 1 61 p" .............Port Or..nlle.?....??.? 2 60 p 486" ;;
'I 1 ..uhj.tli e lalol.,. which..-...we. tae will on Bend d de ,free all.fmpiirtant When the knife Is used It Is better to 44Q'k,8tQ1Z ,n.). 9 US 11 2 Up AI' ...............New SlDyrn..........._.. .. -2 110 p -4 15 a .T
-- -
1 '" J il yeN ..k. Write now while you d ink oit cut upward than downward, ns! the latter .= 10 21..a -a- Ar ..._......... lAke Helen.._........ Lv 12 45 P 6 10 p p
If ",1 tv tinMFHMA Is to the wood and } 4$447I' 10 89 a 8 59 p .... ........Orange City ........._?. 11 35 p 8 64))I' .,
cut .
\! II KALI W< HK. apt' spilt :: 10 45 a 4 OOp ., ......Orange City Junction...?.. 12: 30 p II 431']
.... Ntroe4 .rt a. "}
1'10.' .rk-9e N. peel the baric. Cut off all dead woodend -' (
t AllauU. Ua.-42X; South Urowl Strwit. little Into the Lr-- 9 31 P 2 2S P LT .... ..........New Smyrna.....__ Lv. 250' P 4 OS a''' p
, up to or n living 10 00 P 2 Alp ..,.._..........Oak Hill....._..._. 1 84 p 8 39 a .,
: ? 11' tissue. Thfroby" the wood heats morereadily. e: 10 S'J' p 3 SOp Ar ..................TltuAvlllo.........._. 1 ISp SOU a tII
I _- '- -. .- - . Tri- ceklr Sailings. . o - _
II 00 a Ar...._............Banforil...., _..._..Lv 10 00 a 10 00 a900a I 0
I : POULTRY SPECIALIZATION" ---- ----- tJ) .....__ 30O9aLv .._.............Santonin.............. Ar..._.. -
To Cure u Cold In One Day BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE a.. --
and NEW YORK.
rt 10 8i!> p a sop L. .........,...... Tltuxvlllo ..._...... L. 1 lip 3 OOa "'
[,I In the III...... poultry l'rnilutlnnfuuulr Take LAXATIVE HIIO.MO: QCI.IINK: Tablets 11 I IR p 4 09 p .. .._...._.....n>u0l......._..._. .. 12: 34 p 2 19 i a .,
refund the If It U 11 22 4 13 .. __. .. Rock<1"'lIt"_. .. 12 30 p 2 16 a
o C the nKr.l III..... UrugglHtH money Calling at Charleston S. C. both p p ? ? tJ
fails to K.V.. Orove's signature : ways) 11 63 p 4 45 p .. ..._......_..Ean Uaill"_..__?. .. 11 68 n 1 4' a _.
Poultry raining In. InrtfHy rurrid on cure. : bQ l' U US a 4 84 p ..._.......M..lbourne__.._. 11 4M a 134" 2
> 1\I.. In each box. 2c.: ICed Crows Pharmacy The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe C 12: III a 5 87 p ..y__..._..-.an. ....._ .. 11 04 a 1.1 61 n tII
;I l.f, l>y furniorx. In Ann-rlcii, n* it minor factor ._ 1 at a 6 211 p _._......_.$t. Luel"...._......_. ., 10 11 a n OOm
:, j j In lIh.prllltl..III.tI..ultllrlll i practice! Co 1 Ola 0 45 P .. _.?...._../ort I'I rce.,.__.._. ., 10 05 a 11 69 p1 N)
I, ; JolPrluting. New ., ._. ... .._. .. 9 80 a II "2
'I Clyde England and Southern Lines. QI a 18a 7 118 p .__........_rihbals ? PIli
:. ,' la coiiHequeuii poultry IM. foam I dls 2 23 a 7 Up .. __......_. Ed..n........ .?....... e 0 36 a 11 in p OD
I Direct Service Between 924a 7 lip a'..._........... _...._......_.. > 91a11 1:1: )
i'' )' rlbuto on n la rue-/:" cumber/ of farm hI' lo not forget the fact that at the AD- CI) 2 89 a 7 28 P .. ...._...,.Htu/irt.................. "2 0 11 a 11 04 !' 5
: I'' i mall Ki'oiiM|) Tliln. furl U Illustrated, VOCMIK! ofllce Tltusvllle, we do job Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 3 OR a 7 60 p .. ... ........... Hobo Sound ............... 8 41 a 10 :lIIJ iJ |
q t .. C.
printing of all kinds neatly, cheaply and + 8 2Ta SUP _.._.Went JuplUT..........._. 8 4a in 1111 i
.I! : by flK'ircH from I the lust ranauvhlob (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) QJ 4 04 a B 61 p ., _..._Weet Palm Beai'h...._.. .. 7 48 a 9151 p
a d' ; expeditiously Letterheads, Notebeadv 4 32 a 9 lap ...._.......... Boynton ............. .. 7 3D a 91,4p\ | V

f 1:1' .KUOW that !M 1 |,,-r cent of the farina In Ulllhends, Envelopes, Tag, and all other Southbound. .. .... ... .... .. . .SEMI-WEEKLY. . . .. . :. . .8A1LINO3.. .... ... ..I.... ...from Lewli Wharf. Boston 'S 44211 oaap .". ...._...?..,..._ Delr"T....._.......? 7 6 18 10.I aMI\ 08 1-. P .7
If :JJ j jI the United M.itcn report' iuultry. Thin kind ___ Northbound. .. . . .. .... .. . .. .. .. ... .. .. ..from foot of Catherine. Street Jack oD.mO A 87 a 10 21 p .............Fl. lAu't.le..,....,..... .". 1 10 $043 |I'
.. a
:3 B 40 aID 30 p ................. Datila................... I
:. 3 tendency lit Ipso, marked In the w Ht, A BHailO, 4.1 p'. ...?............1fnll.III.I.................., .. 111111.. 1 HI 1I |
Just Wheel he Trucker I.Ik ? .. .. ... .. ., 8 84 a T 2\11'\
n I at a 11 07 p .. .. . Loinim city.... .. . ]
1t,I !J p1,11 for tilt! cciiHiM IlgureM Nbow! that only highly popular and In great favor Clyde St. Johns River Line.DeHary (111.11 13 p Ar ........ ...........MlHUll: .................... ITHOM11TIAD 5 23 a 7 Or'

t .3 T5.8:> per cent of (16P! farnm In the hock; with the truck grower Is the Early; / ( Line.) -Dully. -- -Daily

j iDoiintaln iiinl I'urllli roast HtnttM ret Spring, an extremely early variety of Ex. F.xHun
\ rl BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. EXTENSION ,
ii!}IIII II .
Tho illllTimo distribution Hun.
>ort ioultry. the early tint type of "'11 bhll A'P. Its.
c Stopping at Palatka. Actor St. Franoln. Herenford (I..Land), and intermediate land-. '-
) V of the poultry Industry has to n certain great attraction lies In Its being n first Inn on the tlt.Johu'l Hlver. (I 41 L. .."'. ..........Miami.................. Ar ......... I 69041,'
!f r"; ,,I extent nmk"il. tln liniortniici| ,> of poultry STEAMERS "CITY 0" JACISONVU..r..I" I 8 00 .1./!;;;;;! / Ar ...... ........Homestead.. .............. LT .........,.1 I I 3 4.- |I"

'y' dlHCiiHCH. Inilhliliuil, Ionic nre nee III 1'Iolnte.1, to call as follows: Leave Jacksonville 8at"rd"Y8. Tuesdays .and T'llttl xduye _
cssnrlly Hllulit/ Mild have not roiisfltuteil, at :3w:: p. m. Returning I leave Sanford. Mondays. w'edneednye No. 23Dllly P4021 No. 19 No. 17 No. 15 "0. 20 No ZJ N. 2'
'\ and l'rldaye at 930 a: m. Si>day Sunday Sund.yl)! Daily I MAY OnT DRANCH. No. 10 Sunday Sunday O""
An 1r1l"'IIIItUI' diMimiidliiK th! inuro El Sun Cn.y I Only. Only.' {IE. Sun Dally. On y. Onl EiH $..

; ,'i i XtPunlvi ImextlKatlon/ of tlu CHUMP. S..utb-Hoo.Read down.". 8CIIEIJCL. Nurth.Houud Ite".1 Ill" 6I1.1'|: -;:- ;|p'-a' 01))"P p 1 --a "i"ii/;;n''I.v ........Jackxonviiln. ......... Ar -:iw) a 11-;)n '> I;I' .J:;

I"I"I" .1 And )prcvc-iillini of illsciixe. l"iiiUi'Htlon| y : V.-a.lII'. 01. . . . . . . . .. . .. J."kll"'IVIII. .... . .-.:,::-:::-::::-:_ .\rrlve-i 04) a. 111. IM i II l Qtp: i J 2014P 03Na 9 OH alAr .....80. Jnukxoiivlllo..... Lv R 2'.1" 11 61"1": "
I Ably, too! the Isolation of Poultry III Leave. 114 p.lII. .. .. . .. . . .. . . . ..J..I..tk.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . Leave 141'01". in. 6 41)) I| 7 "4 |I"I\ '0..p 1O 10 a 9 30 . .........Pablo. liinch.Atlantic ......? 7 80 a It 30ii ''I" ,, I I',
I email Leave 3Ia) ... tit. . ... .. . .. . .. .. Actor .. . ... .. .. . . . Le..ve 'I :if I', m.I..v. 543.| 7 !2\1\ |I' 2 i5..p 10 11 a II.. ..I" ...,.. ; Donch........ 7 4.1a 11 Un '" ''x I 4),'
group has contrllMitod to restrict4bo 4 3t) a. 1L .. .. .. . . . .. ... It. I""clll .. .. . .. . . . . . . Leave 2 1M'' t. m :7 III! _|:. 7 4'. )> :4: oo p 10 90) a lo no . ............ Mavpnrt........... T Hi" a II 00 n 4.< I I i
spread of Infect I ion. Leave . . .. .. ., .. .e.lor,1, (I.I..lld. ) ? .. .. . . ... ..Leave I tin( j', "a. :- .::
Arrive S anl.. m. . . .. . .. .. .. . .. fI..nro.,1 . .. .. . .. . . .. .. Le..ve 9110..a. tII.
/ I .An Amnxlnw Poultry I'oimlatluit. Arrive I9Oea: . iii. . . . . ... .. .. . ......Ellterl'rI8") .. .,,.. .. .... .. .. . ... ..Leave 1000..a. ui.Gen'I I I'EMNSttAR.: : AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSK'P' CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.Cloac .
h , A complex) combination of odors. .
l Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. -- -- - --- -
I made Hononiii county, Cut., the great

Ff est poultry producing! county of the r. M. IR05f MONHKR: j.... Aunt. ten. Pa**. ARt. 122 Went Hay. St..Jacksonville. Fla. Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company Foi
United W. a. COOJ'KR,Jr., Local Frt.A t. Jankwinvllle., O. P. LOVKLL Superintendent Jacksonville
Hfate. TinCOUKUH of I'.MH)
'
? > J. V- I rout Hogan St."ack.onvlleFlu.. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
a 1 credltn that county with nn output oft'l A. HA.OKRTV, O"n'lliaIIt'n: 1..8. Aurt. New York. C'YIK: MILN'B' 0"". Frt. AKt., New York.
TIIKO. G. KOKK, General Manaxer.VM.. H CL.YUK Co., General Agents.Cheiwurouif .
3,218,450: dozen and with 4 t.12 I :;
eggs' TUB: KAHLY 81MIIXH C1nfAoE. ,
( a liiillillnic, l0 State St., Opposite Hattery Park, New York. .
fowl. Th"no Titus. TahlnH. show the time at which train may tmexpwteil. to arrlveatanti drpa
three mouths old' and The
over early lint" cnbbaise, a t> I''r,' tlesir. C. II. WALTON Agent Tltu.svllle. Fla.Atlantic from thoHevnral .."...,..n... but thnlr arrival ordopurture at tho times\ fttat<*l U not 1I".nl..

{I' oultry population has IncrenMcd wince able on the market\ also Its. outerleuve - - - -- - -- nor M thli Company to be held reH>Dalbluforany delay.or any euneoquenus.[ arl.inf( Ibern0, \I.
the census, im. shown by 1\\IIIr"I4."IU1.. -
1 are Hiunll and round HO that It

''I plied by the Pi'talumii Poultry Journal may be planted" very ,'I'H"' facts tlxitcommend For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
from data >pllcd, / by producecon .
ui .
1 It for the market gardener Coast Line "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
cerns In P( toIIlIllO. tln> ,principal shipping R'y.
It I Is of 1
gnat '1IIIIIIt) an! early, sure
'I point in the county. During the J. D. RAHNBR. Asst. QenM Pa a. Azt.. ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA.
and hard header. 1-10 lM-fon
even in iturlng .
calendar your 1IMKJ the territory tributary -- -- -
nnd while Htlll small It i Is nn ex
I c I to this ono town mippllcil 3,4<>73t The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
.cheat ('11 h hll j.'fI.
dozen PKK'*. This divided by 0.2 dozen on sale Tuesdays Thursdays In November.TO Southern
Railway
tho census. figures! for tho IIv( rue annual .

I production for California fowl. GARDCN SNAPSHOTSPlant I THIS AST.

'1 I' over three month of ngi, would Indicate Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1O, lOOfl.
tl 6 tho presence of 4D.4O8' fowls. near!' Muccessloii. vII the Pennsylvania Railroad.
seed corn for a
I'etaliiiua. Two Vestibule. Trains. J1"'t.; No. :34 I No, 'M NORTH AND WEST. 'I, I
In some regions of the Mouth watermelons -

J+uwl C'on..t..tlon mad .U......,. and TO TILE 'VI ST. l.v ..JacksonvillejT . ... . Bo ity U :14th 7 BT.p\ I.v Jacksonville., Fla.. . . tin It- !ii
The concentration thin number canteloiipeH HiiinsheH| limy The Louisville A Nashville via Montgomery The Mobile & Ohio R. K. Jeniip.. .. . . .. . .. . " II Ma 10) nl'| Lv.'e..upna.' . . .. .. .. ., W' ;J"''I!
of of uo\v be put out Lv Havannnh... .. . ... . M i WM' I'l Ida Ar Alacon (la .. . .. .. .. . I.
f dl fowl upon u few miuiire lull,'" of tcrrl Columbia. .. .. .... . . . *' 1111I\1'\ 1l00a( ArAt'antll.Ua. . .. . .. . .. .. vJIU
has tl"l1IoIlMII'ntt.,1 Gladioli, and tubero''es are plantedany TO Till: EAST VIA STKAAISIIIP.: Ar Charlotte .... . ... ... .. .. 10 nip l anna Ar Rome.(16., ., . . . ail.
i tory tho Importnnco time during/ l"'hl'llIrIIIrl'h: and Ar Oreenhoro. .... ... ... . . " u Win 12 Mp ArlMlton, Ga. .. .... . . '
(; out the InfcctloiiH dlMoiiHOM of poultry In Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for Now York rhiladeldhla, Boa Ar DanTllle.... .... ... .... .. i onaVlWa 21"1' Cliattammga, Tenn. .. . . . .. : 4bA
April. ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore: Via Savitnntili . . . . . Il S' '::0>)
Ky
1 undermining tho profits of the buncsH. r RichuioniiT.,. .._. .... ._. u u g.: :
. ... . .. .
4 from Ar ) .
Earliest sweet |potatoes/ are got and Merchants' and Mioern' Transporttaion Company for Haiti- Cincinnati
Ar r.ynchlmrn .... .. .. " Tn201' :
Tho of ostubJlHlmiiMits \
proximity poultry vines or Hllps/ ilanted the latter half of more aud,t'hllailelpliia.TO Ar CharlotteHVllle e.. ... .. . " II O'Ja a l lop I.Unclc".tl.O. . .. . . . ._.lilg! !mu d: 13,
to ono another as well as the, Miirch.Kggplants Ar Washington .. ... . . . II 04.'" 9 MlpII Ar Chicanf, 111 . ....... .. I
trndlc lu laying" hens nlTonl. favorable Ar Haltnnnre. .. . ... r' II III).. 2Api LVCTncTnriatlTOAr ... ,. . ... 1'a- Un. ty'I
: growing In frames! are KEY 'VI<:ST ANn HAVANA. Ar Went 1'hilaileliihlu' .. . . " 14,11', | 3Ap Chicago, III .. . . .... .. I 13'
4 conditions for tho Kjirpad of dlHoiiMo. truiiHplantetl to their permanent position Via Peninsular Occidental Sfeam hlp Company. Ar New York . . . ... .. 4 Up :'IdaNo. Lv Cincinnati u. .. .. . . .-C: It&(: D 4i
I The owner of 0,1 NNI' liens naturally Chicano.nl . . .. .... .. .. ... M.inmi 'o
the end of :March the - ---- .
toward/ 34-"New York and Florida Exprew.
C 'k9
dreads the pra.tI'nlllunlhllntlon of bin weather being propltuus. Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points Daily> Vnlltnan Drawing: Konin AleeplrgCar: lortTuinpu Ar L.ellln..ti.Toledo l OAr ..O..C.. . .. .It : ,, ;"m
Jacksonville .'
stork more keenly than the anil to ew York. "
un'ruJetarnlt'r Detroit, Mich. :.:: :. .. ::::..., 1' t I -24
The main/ outtddu sowing of eggplant/: "
:
and Florida Limited. .
owning u few barnyard' fowls.9anltaflou Rally No,30-"Washington rullman l Jloom Car.I.v- Cincinnati O.. .. ... . . Pu: Linen a"
n Nrrrxlt. 1 I. not generally made before the latter lUll.I:AGI TICIU TS. auknonville to:New Drawing York. Sleeping Ar I'ltlnburit,1-a, ...... .. ... . . -

California poultryuieu ortllIlt.,1 tiAit > part of :March and a warm sheltered Interchangeable mileage tickets good; over 1:5,000:;) miles of among/: the prlncl- LvCmctnnatO. ... .. .. .. .. Hig FmirAr A1
yt liHMtlon should. he given.While palrallroadllin: the southern states are on Hale by the principal agents. Through "THE LAND OF TilE BKY" I No. 30 flevHafWI. O . .. .. .. .. . _::
uuuMiin extent: In nlllrnilnn that
LV I..."In.t..n.. Ky . .. . . 54) II) ; 'J1i
failure and dtnilnUhed protlta nre duo watermelons may be plnntrd For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, Iv.Ja..k.wn".fla ... . . . ... .So. Ity T Bfip\ Ar..lllnUle. .. .. .... .. . .. i'l'
lirlucipally! to .11"'a,,,',,. A of the In Florida In January and 1 (>bl'lIl1ry.lUllr'h tK'C. Diet Pass. A rt. W. D. Lv Savannah (la.. .. .... ... . . . " 12 lla Ar St. Louln 1\10. . "... .. .. _a.
study l<'HA BOYI.STON" STARK Tray Pass.
<;
H considered Agt. Ar Columbia: .B. C. . . .. .... .. .. ". ulna AfAnnl"on., . ... . .. :. ea
i poultry diseases' nnd of the condltlomunder 13 unite Pllrl1'o"olllh UI8: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ArAphevlileN.C.... .. ...... .. . ". 111I'1'i lrmlnllh..m.Ala.. . . . . flu I
which they occur lend. to the In the latitude of Snvanah amid U. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass. Agent. ArllotRIrlnlfl.S'. CAr ... . ... . .. It.. 13Pp: Ar Memphm, Tenn.. .... .. . Jo'rl.c'', Wit.
Knnzville, TennArLnnlKTtlle .. ... .. ... .. .. "u .
of? later farther north.Collnrds WILMINGTON N. C. sale( Ar K..n.aJlClty.. Mo. .. . ....
conclnnlon that n large percentage of course, . . . .. .. . .. . ... n H (Mla --- "
the loHsex. chlckeim, older thnnIrollern the fnmoim 5eorgla preenn ___ __ ____. n__ __ _________ _ _ _ __._ ___ ArSt. Loutii. ....... .. . . ..... ... .. :: 4 Mp Memphis. TennpringsArk... . . .. . .. t 0e>'A"
among Hot . ...., .. .. .. .. -
weather member of ArClnclnnutlO .. .. . . . .. ... .1).@C! 8 ina -
\I..t due to preventable disease urn n sort of warm
.,
The mun who would reap the Krent- the cabbage Cllmll)'. They require more SEJ.A.B: <>.A.FI.I: > InlTet:Nn. SO-Dally\ Pullman Drawing; Room and ventlliule No.' l3: _"train The,Florida throiiRh! Limited.day (ooaclie" Unih and l P 1,;111:I''
Car
Sltoplnn between Jacksonville and .
e-..t protltx from poultry husbandry bent and a larger season than the calj- Mnrtnnatl.Kxcrlleiit i man Bleeping Cars. Jiv-kainvtlle. to rlnclnn tl.' .

roust become thoroughly Informed baxe. Spring sowings. may be made No. 1.1: .-Pullman Drawing Room Slet'pInKhetwoen (
concornlnff -
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .temvh''
.
JackHonville. Birmlnh| .m
the recoKiiltlon, of tho vnriou9tlleeasOM from now on to :May. Dining Car Service and KanMM City. _

i and the sanitary metbotU nec- -

caenry for their control. ARRIVALS AT JACK80NV1I.LK.

Horticulture furnlxliea a strlklntf exaiaiple cola notner SAVANNA, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, From New York Washington etc-No. SO, "WashliiRton and Florida. Umltml" man)

of a widespread' popular education lone an From New York Washington, etc-No.S3: "Wa hlngtoD and Florida Expresi" ; iiipn.ton"

on matters I pertaining to preventable WASHIXQTOX, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, From Cincinnati A.hevllleetc-So 20"Waehingtonanti Florida Limited". .-.

louses front disease and the parasitic From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta etc.-No. 14, Florida. Limited".. .. . .. . f'',*", .
The season's first cold
Insects. Tills Is a necessity' ae- . Two Elegant Trains Daily . .
iuent to specialization/ and concentra may be slight-may yieldto T. O. ZEjTJJSDKL, Dist. Pass Agt.,

thou Seaboard 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Seaboard
early treatment but the Express Mail.

4 New Hive S'o..k F..... next cold will hang on 8. 1(. HARD WICK, ".T. M., Washington 1) C. W. It. TA YLOE. O.P. A. Washington l I' 'I

The latest enterprise In iuakln stock longer ; it will be more MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. BROOKS MORGAN, A. O. P. A.. Atlanta. Ga. -

food has sprung up at Houston Tex., u _ __ .
la connection with the rice Industry troublesome, too. Un- ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. T

What la known os reil rice !la milled necessary to take chances

Into stock food. The principal advantages For Information and sleeper reservation call on any Agent MalloryLines

claimed are that It Is better food in that second one. Scott'sEmulsion Seaboard, or writeA.

and costs les than others. is a preventiveas
MAcDONELU As Gen. Faso Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON _
Experience has taught those who O. t. Pass. Agt.

have handled rice that It U. one of the well as a cure. TakeSCOTT'S JACKSONVILLE. Fr.ORID.FOLEY'S .\.

most nutritious of foodstuffs. It has> SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
- -
jtrent power of sustenance for man nndbenst. -

t Tht Idea occurred to n fewmillers EPLSIOH} EXPERIENCE BO YEARS Largest and roost thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast

that It would not be 1bltl -XO OVERCROWDING

plan to utilise the "red" or low priced" olbeff
IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY: GUARANTEED '
;f i t rice, which on nceount of It*, grads when colds abound and i ? mrtba
will 1 ghpg| as no tickets| will, be 10ltltO exceed the number
not
1 brlinr a fancy price In the market have cold. Take it or the seating capacity of Halls thus !indi"" ul
,M n& a fooi i\r iiolntf this the ftirinr you'll no Dining Insuring all passengers!

/ <> cnn be cold is HONEY N TAR service and attention.
4 paid u uiurh !better prlco forIlls when the contractedand

I 1 r rice, nod at tlie Mu''lilt> time' millersvan TRACK MARK
w I give the it checks inflammation DeSIGNS PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: : EVERY FRID.Ste .\ .
public ( "'.i\ food for livestock The original COPTNIOHT* Ac.

i' : for IIM-44 tii.in: must be paid for heals the membranesof iilrklr Anvnne.ndtnv. ; awertam our a ,k.pi.m tph und tn dvorrlpdnn whether mat an ( Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Unioo;

i oats: and corn. IM li.m-tau ntul vlclul- the throat and lungs LAXATIVE cough remedy. In..lom. ,t. |>r >hat ly pnti"iirithl'<' l'mumnntra.uon..lrlctlyc .

w \ ty where they nr> mlint: tiiU faith It cent trr*. eldest wlMrntlaL.....n.y for HANDBOOK.....urm.on p.1.nu.Patents. LOWEST HATES TO :NEW TORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH
j 1* oltilmol that and drives the cold out Th senulne Patents ta>.n Ihf nih .Munn Jk Co. ret.lprrt.ll ...
I: t. It I Ii 'MIMHus: ntwxl ns m>t,tc*, without ch.r.... la th. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
I 'I lilt ts.-.tnitrlaIi: \ .\ I'J'l1lttll'h4t., rOLEY'S HONEY and TAR Ii laY
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FAMOUS 'SEA
1'I ___ Send for fret smplt. a .low package., Refuse inbstlttitM. Scientific Jfmcricam ISLANDS.

I !4rpflII,, A n"onm..I.l11n.t"" ti"l w...klT. jtrvmt rtrctiUu.m J*
Through tickets sold >Ii
lietk.crttchhlg all
to northern fall Information rogari
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists Pr.parod only by '( any. 's.t 'iaa Journal. Turni (J a points. For
/$: / I ?.1 I.. in the! opinion of ,.,r i f.urmonlh..IL t/uld by.ll e..ede.l.ra tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins tickets etc., apply tt
log men. art : ... '". .1( treat t-omfort 40-4IJ. Pearl 'Ireet. Sw! York Fol.y A. Company Chlo... MUNN & Co 3Dl8re.dwey. New York
: ARTHUR W. flJridJ,
;,' I to* lio;i. but t: ", 'ii .1' i b,.' luaic. useful lOe. .ad 1..00 All drulIlIllte fled Cross Vharmaey. liraocb vIII... sa r BU VTaibluntun. D. '- PIE Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, JacksonTllleIt ,

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two third of the present cost might h<" ___._ ______ .___ .n _
OIL IN JlOAiniAKIXG: ) IInn,1 l If 'jtOt>>l1 roads were universal,

HOTEL That m"Rn"11\ annual 111I1'lnlor/: o"l'rnoo..OOO

,rINDSOR . W. H. MOORE ON THIS METHOD OF $ ( n year Hestdes, the agricultural Hotel Marlborough]

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S HIGHWAYS. department estimate\ that the ,

LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-UOUND HOTEL IMPROVING value of farms would be: Increased to
lro.tilwn.ii.ili) ;, nod :l7th Streets, New York.R"iiovnt .
the extent of $5,000,000.000.HKJinVAYENGlNEKKS.
lip Soj w ll..n theoil hotel on ItroAilway. TIll: i.l| KNUI.ISI: : HULL. ROOM: and FAMOUS
HI. mood .. )lacndnn-ltew ; { KATHSKKI.l.KK: Iliomlnay's greatest attractions for upecUlfood :
i ( HERMAN( : ui"
I. 'I.\.II..ct .....! ,'out or 111*
dishes and pop I'ill' music."
\\iirUtliv.l. the "\ ..I.r. KUROPKANT: : :: Lit X.lust> Hooms. :!lI111."h i rooms Kuteit: *1.50 and upward.

Iftft.. recently !HE NECESSITY OF EMPLOYING *.' l\ltlllIlwt\r.1 with buth. Parlor, bedroom mid bath $::1 i and upward.

M'lillc 11l.tllluuh'. THEM IN ROAD BUILDING.5xccu.ful Parlor, two bedrooms and tenth, :*.", nod upward.
\V II. Mouro, president of the National Sl'KflAI HATES: for Juno, .liily and August.SWKKNKY .

Oood UoiulH association. Haiti tlmt oil --- :' riK.HNKY HOTEL COMPANY,

makes almost. us goal u road UM. \Vorl* Acr.tniillaliril In 1C..: :'1. TIKUXEY; M,10ll t.IV \..
he \.ha..U. I>u... to .lniiii|>l<1)- . .
to me,
mystery -
e ni.ii.iil.ini.: : "It It a -- ---- --
rarnr+ / err lit pe11f SWUIctl :>lrn-"'<>liiurl I'''|>,,
t<.lul. "Unit the people" of tills nod other .
have .u nhrh""Y lm| ro. nufnt.The .I YOU AVANT[ A.
ounues In tlio oil bolt, should ..

bet'1110 long! content to nee their roiuls condition of the highways IM iiuIndex -. -----

going, ,:: to ruin. Wherever oil has! been of the progrosslvencNi I of the

tried on a road It has been successful.Tin' people lu nddltlon to the Importance

.11\ roiiil' Is very simple in construe. of shortening! distances! liy bringing the .Building Lot

II"" Th.> earth 1'4 I piled\ Oil the roadbed buyer nod roller closer together and . ,

11 is then rolled, niul niter that
thus giving to the farmer u nioro avail-

u hirntw U run lightly over It. Tho nl>lc market: for his produce. gourd roads or a lot with n'lll'II.DIMi IiE.tlY\ K, >lJoc( I I'ANM:' y.
oil i i. then put on by sprinkling wagonseMutly
as the street lire sprinkled.KfTtctlvp help mi to a wonderful degree tho sod LAM:' hOlt AN OUANtiK: (tiliOVK:,

: results hnvo been secured OI and educational adviinceinent of JMNKA1MM.K:' : : 1'1.AN'I'.1'1'IONor1'iiitCK: OAUDEN) ,

from oil nt a teiuiier.ituro, of ZII,". do the rural districts..
lODGE ''1'LLENS. \VNKKS AND PROPRIETORS. grew v, mind this eon lie nhvnyx ohOII.IMI The doctrluo of /good roads 1ms beenthuruughiy We probably have for smile Just what yon mutt 8ei.Uln!:.

premlied and their ntlvnntUKcs Settlers .are tlockhi hi but. Bill! line( U room. It you arlooking .
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DOYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FI"". '-
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in11 Albert Tope In tiood Roads Miigilzlue. ST. AUOOSTINF. FI-.A.

Thl IK true even unions/ thu peo

Opposite poutoffloo. Centrally located. Thoroughly! repahed and re pitof smiillcr towns and rural dUtrlctt \ .

where they are iiwakenlnjj/ to The Walton Self-Locking Tackle Block
Inrnished the reiill/atlou of the. direct Uciirlnt of
novated. Newly throughout. Libcrnllycouducted.! . . . .
PHH, | roads. on biiMlneMH. l'r'osiu" i'Ity.
that confronts im today .- -- --
The -- -
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Rates tV')1J per day and up. Is not "fcihiill:::; \\e luivo gaud roadnV"

but "".hnt N the bent wiiy to secure

.1. II. HUMPHREYS .Manager.ISTMORELAND ( tll<'m':" It must. be concedtsl that an

Initiative I Htep Is to give:: up everywhere

- the time worn and periilfloux Hyutriiof

A IIOAK. working. / ont a road tax In inaiijroinniunltlcH h

HOTEL West nay awl/ edit ECFL.I tallied l by puttliiK a gaMollue'buruor\ "" a direct road tax has been

burners under tl"After of which
n Herles of Kiisolluo substituted the proceeds anexpended

WlIll>n. on the highway under the
American located Just built and
plan. Centrally ; opened -
the oil Is on the roud bhoulb <1 HUpervlslon of expert' The Kiihjcrt i>tMtate ARA

this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water (> again rolled and two or three da)'" noel niitlonal highways,: has been

ellipse before teams lire permitted I Iuto to broadly\ .dlxriiMHt and generally:: up- -
Baths Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All It. Ily that time the oil will ha\' (' proved though/ there IM still a mooted THIS SHOWS &E-.

street cars pass the door. Rates $: .00 to $1.60 per day. seeped through not the Hiirfnce of tl.. point a* to how much the general pweriiuiciit THE FRONT
road will be almost. us hard nod Hinootai Mhall! furnish, how iii maim thuHtate
)
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor nil asphalt road.! .\.. time goes 011 ..hlllll'a' and what proportion. of OF THE ;,;

the roatl hecomes better. Then I It the. (" 1'11"014111I11 be hOI'lInly the. counties WALTONPAT. THESE ARE OUR

forma n Kind of cementhlch weld! .. and 1 townships.
The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the Hue particle* of Hand Into n soilnmn <1 I l h'lIo'o the countlcM and towns BLOCK PATENT LONG-

Unit keeps It linn. In the ulka should meet practically! half tho ePIMIIC \. ROLLER BEARING
-On the American and European< Pl.mt'ntlor soil of the southwest and the Pnelticourt <, of construction! and that the t HtatoHlioulil
new management.' Xewlv; furnished and renovated. A pleasantfBily SHEAVES.I .
home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00: )( and $2.10; European oiicts oil Isi peculiarly, effective for I'I1t1 own the road when completed. 1 M

and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. '. material because the Hum furnishcenecessary 1\ "MaHHiichusettH: has appropriated ,

II. W. HAXCOCK, 1'roprletor. Ingredient of the cement. llliiM-al minis for tills Important work
"[."or the first sprinkling/ .:-.0 [barrel] U \....111111.0 a flood:: II nil 11<'111 I 1r1""MtllI"lIt
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs, In under the .
same management of oil to the hallo lire n-tmlred. Tim" to IncreiiHH' tills expendltunt' mi thl

quality of the oil In not Important\ eiccpt :- pl.in, becausu" many re lonx wllllnic to
,
that It has been tile experience or Htiind their proper part of the e\penm. rx

t N Hotel WI'ndle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ron l builders Hint heavy oil or fuel 011 cannot under\ the present arrangement

cY 10( East Fornyth Street. 1 III more deslrnblo than light or IIK! ; get:: a part! of the appropriation. mid others -

I Ki'adeoll., Theru nee more asplinltum 1111.1 ill mnt Itt enoiiKh. '

Center of City cool, airy looms; first-class In all appointments. Tho bellt coal tnr In the heavy oil, 'and these arvery '1'.. have good:: roads we must tune WljsM

desirable. A new rout ought" to l bpprlnkled skilIt'd I road engineers. Therel'oro, tinIOOU -
*-'to *:.;;;0 American plan house In tho city. Open all the year. European
tulce! I In the llrst year one' M
plan $1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships ::>lear In time spring when It 1 1M built 1111.11\1(11111 .

all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH Prop. In tho fall before\ the rainy season t C>>{) l 5. "

"The second sprinkling need not te, 1'
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ST. AUOUSTINJ- more than eighty \barrels to the mile I .. 4i till )

After tlmt I once a I year In often ('lIolI/-h ',I It It

to oil tin' roads' and (rlll'I.tht: barrelto .. -- -- .-- - -.- --

ninety barrels n mile I I.. enough oil 10 a now and great liivenllon, 11* It .eaves that money and labor. It will

yon 6UlDII1GKNO keep the road In perfect condition. Tt work liinl/.oiilall.y upside ihi. 1IIr at, any 1I1I1t1o. It I IN liiiposslblo' for tbo' rope

will lie seen flint the cost> of the oil rom ,. tu Blip when lockrd, and no laver. or digger| rupu altiichiiient Is lined In thin do'lce. -
Is n'r.lIu,1I. )o''M than the cost of thniacnd.tni <' ''V.'a:4ii' 1 I I.. ImlOHslbla
: to hoist lower and lock time loud, and It -
Them I Is only one rope
road. Oil( can be had here, I :
QPPOSITE AND POSTOFFlce ST. Op.ORoe STREETS ."J... ST. AUGUSTINR, FLORID understand. for less than T><) cents i II 1 ; ,, for the rope to jam or clmfo, and Ihom' Is mini iii mrg tn get out of order!
and PLAZA
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llo.t' "....lrRII"r..t1on In the city. Sttli-tly IIr"I>ro..r. Hlnty tine room wellrurnlHheil. barrel. Of course. the earth costs notlitut +t. III tlil original tnckl block.
Honor oily Open Movvtuber to .luno. ,\lIl1r.... M. uliove.SKAnitKKXK ;. The rest U u iiuestlon of h'III1114. i.1 .:. r:: May bo ROI'Ill\t .',,,nnll piltchaid .t Mon'/ or at the AliVtxJATK olllci, THnsvllle.
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t lf .. - --
roller n harrow and u sprinkling' wag/ -

0141) < GOOHALL, .'ru\.. on A mile of mll'aflllml road ("()fjtll - -- -

from $lr.: ( road! KhouM: \>o built for $R'Jf) or $1/1111)( Walton-Vinton Patent Roller ,
first 1 step to bu taken by any coinniuity
OLD SEAIJRKEXK, nt the most. should bo to recurs the 1I'rvil'1I ut
Tie Seaside Inn ".\ii oil road I sheds> water like II
GOODALL FLA. duck' buck. Ono hour IIft'rI hur.1rnln trained men, under whoso KUlilan'
would bo construct) 1
roadway
It Is dry. It U 1> a* Impervious. a* n new
t. under the management of the owner both old lull new kept In repair.
now open for the summer season and theiehy tlio dmnw nod
waterproof" (coat
IIOIiAC'E: STEWART.. Handsome nnd new, situated on Dayton TIll'1 work accomplished by Massfhllietts '
of llooiN limlnlml.ed.
Reach, the hotel I Is modem In nil Its appointments, with large airy pleas from \\a8lioutn In rano tins, at I rafted u great ilunl I e ul
heatinCaMino: and Pier. Besides, there I h4 nil eutlrrnbseueo r'r
nod
ant opposite attaled
rooms overlooking the ocean attention because of the HIICCCHM t ti
Tilt surf bathing is unexcelled. Terms moderate. of dust. The road wither under tho system adopted by Hint

HORACE K. STEWART, Owner and Manager.TIT11S'IiLE : little earn can hu kept IIJIJ d'I1.tlw li stut,'. Work on the hlk'hwny Is 1 iihva;'"
- parlor floor nt home. Onv economy
1 Mkllled men. Hectlon i ul
by
HiipervlsiHl
-- the lnlndlliiK of oil rinds,, Is! that oils
been built In nil par "
roods, have
man van look after ,several miles of It.. stale
1 i'leupraellenlly of lima. coininonwfnlth with tho i
They stand the heaviest trntlle with lit
ilenioiistratln! to tho 1""l'J
tie wear nod tear. Whenever there I* f
TIE ALPINE COTTAGE TITUSVILLK:, FLORIDA." lu the iJIITereiit loculltleH the best nlelloils '
rut nil you have to do U to put In MOIIUparth hu pursued In thu biilldliiK ninialiitiiiiincu I
to !
'\ow opened. Everything at this boarding-liousB Is new and up-to-date run the roller over It, sprinkle li of ioinl ruad. and of lai ('.
flood and polite si. with tho hot oil and! you brave. u sinootlHurfaee
'UIMlnE' and service Iiret-ela.s, with reasonable rates the Murk, has been to connect the,)'''
'tenuun MRS. KATE MYERS, Manageress.K. again. and thus complete throng,
A. I.OSLRY Assistant. "The first oil road .built In thin conn' sections worked '...
roads. Thl plan !ha* ellret'M'fully
try was In IS!1IJ.): In Keoktik, la., UIIIl'rmy lenuns '
In that It hums by th.'se object
PEACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLE FLA. lIupPr'lslon.'e followed. tho tnctli Interested town anil countlf I Ifollow i t .
.
oIl I Imro deserlbe.l! 1 III the coimtruc. )&llh!
the examVIe, of tutu utiitu
Flr8t'cla8a Board at Reasonable HI teM. Restaurant and Retail Grocery i1aaectiua lion of one mile John I). ltodef'lh'r In extending K'roiuls ) >
roliiluUnlon
) Nlt4. M. L. PEACOCK. Prop. the oil. Although the sprinkling wa>
:
gave Kinalli
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. In Instances
- many .
the only the road lC"f'r - -
we gave It was ono ( --
and uiworklnif
It remained In Rood condition tow nslilps have purchased Holler Jloarlng'IIIIHU'R./ which are looked upon as tho greatest
had and .1utl..r These long
sin
INDIAN SIMIINOS - for two or three yearn' nod now urt..rtile I III nwnry. I tf. ntl-frlctlon roller bearing In time world, are without cages to bold the roll,
lapse' of twelve years, It It" the .beet l innchlnery n rood and therefore far morn durable! and run wllli ftr loss friction than
their highway In proper In i place nro,
r GA. nrth rant In the county. Had the roadn I keep The sheave custlng are made; solid utandlng double the
:
WIGWAM INDIAN SPRINGS, tlon tho old-style cage.
Keokulc: received proper attention IIivould ...,
The lendliDf educatlorml lntltiltloiof strain of the skeleton Iron sheaves.
\ he almost us goal lOftilY R''*" anixphalt the Inpint
rHWiKiilwtl
GEORGIA'S FAMOUS Hf: ORT. street t lie country luivo
,i net* of thl iue tlon. nnd man, TMK: NEW: K.NOI.AND: I STATKS.'
I.V
of "In the f'allfornln: oil field there nrelevernl THOUSANDS OK THEM: bEM.INO
for reception
I U now open currlculntii a 'slim'
hundred Into their
'anacea for diseases for a years 1m' I' put
Located mid'- miles of oiled road. Time item Tackle Illock Is Used-
ny
Pool.' where
AIR Fine Orchestra, Bowling Milliards, Swimming cl.il I courxu In road iiiiclinHTlnif.; If I ->->Fir all kind.* of businesses' a
\lacon' is I, j trruwlntf la California An yet whose liliients
Between
VJ Atlanta community
a In
living a
of weie'
Tie Medical Baths are obtainable only at the Wigwam. For analysis lesplte the mormon oil production In ileriiiinibil the Improvementthe <,1
".lt1| and CanxiiH., there hums not bo jn constructed. HI
rates address !
SCOVILLE IntO: Imlghwaya. : I would urge the punmount Block Co 'j
JtDovrlwlgf. a foot of oiled roada
to
Walton
Indian Springs: Oa. : nay Importance of getting boldskllitnl fI'': Self-Locking
_ the tnte. men. Under them there shout!. ,

:Million Could n.'9BVr... he made n careful toi"(ASS.I .
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bo Improved "ti 1 101 Atlantic Avenue
II.TIUHJ, X. C. of the region to
It t< eotlrantnl that It coat the farm- I J
material located an
available mad
T" !f".Vl/iOO.WX: ) ) ft year to more th.lr its
ti'itiil.. With the preliminary tank II">
the uttttlonn
iroductfl to railway nay*
BILTMORE :N.: C. .. coniplliiti', the work of the rond ImlU
Kenilworth he I.oitlMvlllp! Courier-Jonrnal. The Ill. -
Inn and econolnlculy i PRINTING
Inc an fro\ successfully JOB
) NEAR AMtEVII.I.K.N' aoce to nectlon tlf!' traversed Tile vnry minimum,greatly nrer-Inllfferent ptmherl.Add .


age I hi four mikes 'In New Jersey. In In tb. VnliKr nt l.oml.tirxxl .
THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. the U mlle\ .. In ,
Arizona average sixty + '
to ev"r1'll'r
roads add value
office of the.
Ctal. thlrtY-f>ljfht ml!... and In Wyonlnic They practically bring the country nn'' I Executed at the
.
EDGAR B. MOORE, I'roprletor.F forty uillc*. In the southern l
city together, III> that the prre'nternw

-- roIErSKlDNEYCURE- Mates alles the It It general supposed average to cost I* about about ten 25 nvolJeil...1. unwholesome and change wondltlon dreary country milI'bf I AST; COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.

LS ONEY TAR Ct'ut. per ton to transport farm pro>i- by easy Tint, to the city. -
ter sad Bladd' Rlabt acts a mile and It 'a Uniate4 that
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== We have been dealers in dia. rr COAST LINE I CANAL. -
The exercises of the Tltusvlll THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS
cloning
f D !
I IA MON D S'

t :: inonds and other precious atones **[ at High the School high School were held building Friday, from May O.MO:lath to, The Florida Coast Line Canal been and XU.-t-u.sitrll.lo; - - I'lorlcita: :

have
: 11 !iOO o'clock and :aOO to $:00: I Transportation Company
of :*:
,..************************: since the establishment our o'clock a. m., steadily at work on the great waterway Our: Lend.ers I
*: p. m.
that Is new era in trans
i business in 1N08\ and direct importers for more than 20 years. J: The citizens of TltuHvllle demonstrated portation to between Inaugurate Jacksonville and Miami EDWIN CL\PP SHOES, MANHATTAN SHIRTS: STETSON: MCKOSSKTT \ [_

1 the fact that they are Interested in Fla. Thousands of acres of rich ; SHOES, K & W. CALLARS, KXO\ II 1I|

,r : =:::We save you the middleman's profit= :: Americans the welfare,"and as every education: inch of of"our apace young In lands thong the general route will then -AND- THE!!: _QUEEN_ '_-0' QUALITY :SIIOES FOR THE _LADIi. .>> --

*. be available to setters at most reasonable -
the largest In the building/ was In
<< room terms.! These lands are fit for highest : The largest and most complete In,.' .

; nh'r ci 9' ) i E 4' demand Prof. J.to D.seat Teeter the eager, assisted i onlookers by Miss cultivation and produce abundant date ready-made clothing ever show ; :"J.
and all kinds of "
\VKITK roll OtKr Bessie, Grlnard, Miss Annie L. :McCliutonand crops of and potatoes citrus fruits, says the Tourist vegetables -- East Coast; Hanging; In price from, ._: I
Miss the talented assistant
:: 'E\VtltWol: : & Iari'OItTEit4, ATA if xi i'K. :: Porter. and Homeseeker.

teachers In the school, had spent much In 18W! : after the Canal Company had Low Cut Shoes, In the Tan, .!, i , : ;
:: :11 West Hay St, Jacksonville, Fla. _.__ :: time, and spared no pains in the ar rLvr'
... rangement of the programme for been at work for more than two years on Canvas, POut I Buck Tan Buck, Vu i i J. ,lilt

***************************************************** this occasion. the Indian River, and had expended up. Tennis; ranging in prices for the (',unto ."
ward of $110t10U() in cutting canals '
; --,- -- The declamations, recitations, and dialogues the shallow reaches of the river '. the famous Edwin Clapp :l+0 iil''.
1 through:
i and
by both the older younger
I-t: I... MOTL.OW.IL : LIGHTNING STRIKES CIRCUS students, showed careful training on the between Titusville and Jupiter, the
of United Slates Government took chargeof ( I Our line of high art, tailor-made ..J..t.t I h, 'r ;
TENT. part the teachers and an excellent | i
r r t test of memory on the part of the pu the channel. and made an appropriation f .4 ll stand the most rigid inspection Om\, ., 'stl( !
+/srI Each the of $15,000 for the purpose of increasing and best fabrics Into
pils. number on programme + est enter its conti. i I'
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canals ilog,
the width of the (cut by A'Jd
One Killml end Four
J..Jur.IN..rrowE. well that dare not
was so given we mention -
of Tltunvllllttna. the name of one, but congratulateall. the Canal Company) to 73: feet. AccordIng The latest designs are carefully ntinlii.,'."| IDM,

News has heen received at the ADVO- The "Flag Drill" by fourteen girls, to the terms of the Congressional embodied therein. We ask your 111"1"| !lOb I

l part dreHsed stars: and :Stripes" and Act, however, the sum so appropriated In connection with this department w.., "
OATH: office/ that there wan a big/ Scare In available condition "am'a ]
become only on
I the aide show of Wallace's circus, last part In white, each carrying an American was to should complete and up-to-date line of <"'lit,'<.meal
I that the Canal Company relinquish -
I I Friday, at Marietta, U. Mr. Wm. II. flag and" led by tbe "Goddess ofof Its rights to charge tolls on the Furnishings. Shirts of the famous Manhattan)
Ir III + Liberty, Impersonated by Sadie Du-
I ui I McFarland, of Tltusvllle, III I manager of '
channels Improved by tbe company, band, ID Madras, Cheviots and Percales, .
reo, was the closing featureof ID hot:,
the aide shows and his! wife Is the very pretty
received from tbe :State
Ist. the afternoon entertainment, as they which rights It negligee and stiff bosom effects Earl A I\"il.]
under the general law for the incorporation -
truck the center pole of the side show marched in and out, keeping perfect of Railroad and Canal son Collars. Knox' and Stetson Hats h" tot

tent accompanying Wallace's circuit, time I to a lovely march played on thu organ Before relinquishing Its toll rights the every accessory to a well-dressed man ward:

while fully a hundred people were and singing patriotic songs. Canal that act robe. Our line of neckwear Is unusuilh' ,'Om
stipulated an
i crowded. within Then came the presentation of diplomas Company In Ascots }'our-ln.halu1.
the caova a. As result should be passed by the Florida Legislature plete, Strings, am
,, ,t 1 one person was killed outright, and four to those graduating from the relieving' the company from the also made up shapes. All the new i-olorlngt:

v4vwtY others very seriously! though none prob- Grammar school, who were: Miss Leo necessity of maintaining any of the Suspenders, Stockings, Underwear and! Hind

Fine Wines ably fatally Injured, while the crowd nora Cowards, Jell Carruthers and Norris canals constructed In the river between kerchiefs. All new stock and of th) >lIt,:
Liquors, Beers Frolic her,
within the County :Superintendent J.
Ride show was thrown into a grades. Mall orders a specialty.
i'' ; i It. Walker Tltusvllle and Jupiter, and this act was
t Ales Stout Etc. panic. In his always pleasing/ and
passed at the session of IMKI\: and the
8y: -Send me your (orders I The thunderbolt occurred during the quiet manner, presented them with a channel taken over by - -. - - .- .
was Immediately

TITUSVILLK' and CJCOA, FI.OfUDA//about-third-_ -.. performance._'1 o'clock.__ __n_. Wm.t...of....the_.. 'side_'"...."_..show. was, few Wilson well and chosen Master words.Rufus Miss Robbins Ethel, the Since Unitetl'States.that time the Canal Company ... .............................. .............

: leaning agalnut the center pole. Suddenly Captains then of the military companies,were has had no right to Interfere in any way j Most Complete:: : Ll.D..S .
t W LKER I there crash and called to the front and by their .
,: 'Jt wu a within
.; J. R & CO. everyone with the channels of the river; and this
.I HIM tent felt a distinct shock. Telllus companies were presented with tokens explanation Is made in order to remove J: EVER SHOWN1 IN

} r T1TUSVILLE FLA. fell dead tnntnntly. The center pole was of appreciation for their services duringthe the which to prevail
seems
impression
1 jl , ; ;, splintered, and the tent was rent and term, to which they both responded, that It Is the duty of the to re- *: DIAMONDS.;/ .s CUT GLASS
I ,iI I'' partly collapxed. thanking their comrades for their tokensof company *: SOLID SOLD JEWELRY, *. STERLING SILVER TAIil F.
move the shoals which have formed In
Miss also esteem I OOM FILLED JEWELRY J WARE.
Myrtle JoHsett fell to the
I" ground, and was unconscious! for several Prof. Teeter then made a short ad- the Indian River during the past ten STERLING bIL Visit NOVELTIESt: SILVER PLATED WARE
beacons
and to restore a number of .
dress in years .
'' : minutes Her condltlun Is serious, although which he thanked the patrons,
.. t she will recover. teachers and pulls, for the support and which have disappeared.. J: The finest line of Sterling/: Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties eve

; ; Oscar Miller Is at the hospital. It Is help they had given I him during the successful -- -- 4- shown in Tltusvllle.j .

J believed he will recover. term of school just closed. THE COUNTY DIVISION. j:: JWJ-SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.
\ i I The arm of James Lucy Is absolutely I'rof. Teeter has served as principal of

:f J paralyzed, and It Is thought he will never our school for 3 term and Is a splendid division Inuie ; G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville.i I Fla,

n _recover_ _. the DMA of the tnaiAhMr. educator. Miss\ Grlsard Is also a splendid ,, Tuesday was. county .. day____. ,
ti n' teacher and has been with our senate ineenureiimem the morning *....*.....****..***********k.....*.......**.*******
Mrs. McFarlaml, the shows
palmist,
consumed in the consideration
cession was -
school for three terms. While Miss Mo-
no evidence of she I
Injury although
gave
of the Itrevard county division,
Clinton
i id' and Miss Potter have finished
expression to cries after the only
terrifying Senator Hudson making/: very extensive EL :se :c & :SEO.
their tint work here they
stroke, and wan. thought for a time to be I yearn Brevard ,
have met with success and their work i Is speech. 1'hoSoAvtorfrom was
terrlblylnjurecl. :she sustained
a severe good. We hope to the very earnest In his appeal for the passage; -DEALERS IN'-
see pleasant

n i irf1 shock time The,,wildest and but wa Is now partially practically: unconscious recovered.fora best faces wishes of them bid all them another adieu year, and with of that the he measure had ,given and his the speech matter showed much GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT

In
pandemonium reigned
the for thought and study. He Interrupted We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE
4.N.M."Our tent a few minutes after the
M thunderbolt many times, but always met the objection We deal exclusively in the above line of goods( and solicit the trade of all coning
fell. Women screamed and
Perfection Trarf Trunk." went Into DIED AT EAU GALLIE.Mrs. .* advanced at once. So thoroughly ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
hysterics.Mr. was he prepared that no attempt to .
Y t :::11\1I the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale VVm. M, Brown, of Tltusvllle. E. L. BRADV: BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
break the force of his
suc
president of the Fort Dallas NiltlooalUank A. V, Lansing died at her homeat argument .
Call and - -- -
I IiI It
see this ceeded. Senator Slims was very anxiousto
Miami, was a spectator at the place! Thursday morning May
11 tho Mrs. Lansing was the wife of tbe have the matter referred to the pea c.C:>1VE:
--- time, but be wan uninjured although ple of lirevard county for settlement CO.Dealer ..
late Dr. baa.: F. who for
about Lansing, a
only fifteen feet from Mrs Ate Fur-
Bobbins & Graham Go land at the time when the lightning number of years was proprletar of the lie offered an amendment providing that
iI played such havoc. Ked Drug Store at Eon ttallie and West the bill should not take effect until ratified In-
Palm lieacb. The deceased by a majority of the electors that
lady was
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT
that he ANJ
Hudson
f (Incorporated..) widely known, and had the respect and county. replied was ,
not in favor of submitting It to the elec
APPRECIATION.Jionavcnturw admiration of host of friends whom
a by PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.TITUSVILLE.
.PAID UP CAPITAL *;! ,OOO.OO torn, as that would Include the colored .
she will be mltmed.
,j t, greatly FLORIDA
brothers. Stockton raised the that
This company owns The funeral service was conducted by point
Fla., May 16, lOOfl. such amendment would make the
the Rev J. B. Hawk, of Melbourne, and an
3L .AILT. ID J3, Editor Kant Coos t Advocate: tbe body .was. laid to rest In Eau Gallic measure unconstitutional and his point

Cemetery Friday afternoon In the seemed to have been well sounded. Wra R.: Walker
the Indian Permit me tile use of columns to presence
Rivet
On the
'I u Country; !St.: your of relatives and about fifty persons Roll call on the amendment was or
express appreciation for the testimonial
daole River; at New River and on Bay of esteem tendered the who are left to mourn her loss. dered.
me by teachers Senator Adams said in explanation of -- Dealer In -

HIiscayne. Prices to suit the times. and my late co-woikera In the educational A CARD OF THANKS his vote that he believed In majority Staple: arid: SF'suia.C'sr: Groceries: ,
field.
t'' Send for Land List The relative. of the late !Mrs. A. V. rule and that as the amendment practically
I Those choice and valuable books came Lansing wish to hereby express, through \ left it to the majority ho would Faults grid: T7"eerota-"toles,

Il l OfHoes at Titusville and Miami, Fla. to me accompanied, by a subscription list the means of the ADVOCATE, their sincere yote aye.Senator.

giving the name of each donor, and I thanks to numerous friends who so Halley said he thought a ma- E3a'3i':: : Grain: and: : FeedYour
notice with great satisfaction that the assisted them of the in the
kindly in many ways during jororlty people new county
East Coast Meat Market condition of Its circulation by the originators their recent atlllctlon; and the suspension favored It, and would vote no. The Patronage: SolicitedTITUSVILLE. -

was, "It Is desired that the subscription of business. during the day by amendment was lost 13 to 10. FLORIDATITV5'PILI ,

paper be presented only to real business men, Is highly appreciated es Senator Hud'ton moved that the rules

r O. F. UUUEN, Agent. frlotids," therefore the gifts Is of special the abutting down of the steam be waived, and that the bill bread the

.. value to me, coming/ from Its peculiar amber mill out of respect for the dead. third time, ami, placed upon I.. passage. 7 IL.AJ:: : : ..Y 5T11.:fiLE
:a:: ., source, since! their "adoption" 1s tried
May much success! attend the management The motion failing to receive the requisite
and proven, notwithstanding official connection of the two-thirds lout and the ,
.pa; ::;: same as a reward. vote was t
with them Is surrendered. FEED AND Mau'' IIORE\ <,
,- -.. bill takes its place on the calendar under SALE SADDLE; ;:
oca ca.: Those names will each be remembered, head of bills on third reading.
oeo: s:>> and this reminder of their devotion will SAD NEWS. ...STADLES... nyi DUGGIE5.

s:>> be cherished as a beautiful reality In life

s: t:2:: -an oasis along Its pathway green Last week a dispatch was received by GOOD ROADS WANTED. BAGGAGE t SURREYTRAXSFER. -

-_ ca.: and verdant spot In memory which shall :Mrs. T. 'I'. Wetmore, of Titusville, announcing
ever rest and abide with me. the sudden death and TURNOUTS of|
of her son- Tbe shell road from New Smyrna to
Ye, my friends. good books "are a
(
in-law, Mr. Martin M. Bailey, which occurred Daytona along the Halifax river which
"Td ,
"
c'ecy''w substantial world and In these ..
perusing IIAULNO: .
ETC. kinds
..all
on Monday morning May bin, at has been building for about a year, was
nice
b volumes, I shall delight to
weave his home In New London
Ct.
of heart
,
completed the other week and turned
ca.C'a: Into their
their
pathos, sentiment and
failure. Deceased was a prominent man over to the The completion of J. r.Os* cLn
z:::= their song, pleawant recollections of public. "
you, In his home city, being City Sheriff at this of road makes
and shall them piece now a continuous TITUSVILLE.In rear of Robbln Law Office FLORIDAINDIAN
wear all together !In
TITUSVILLE. my the time of his death Freemason
a and hard road from Ormond to Oak Hill
FI.OnIDA.I . _
heart of hearts even to the end. .. _
I
h.
._ --.0-._. n A. O.: U.: VMr about thirty-five miles, along the Halifax
ItOll :E.. MlMS.
HIT Dalley Rod wife have visited Titus- and North Indian rivers, through some
I RIVER ICE FACTORY.
E. A. MORGAN vllle. During the winter of 180J: Mr. of tbe finest natural scenery In the

PEACHES AND CANTALOUPESThere Ualley spent some time here, and those State. J. L. Magee, who has driven an TITUSVILLE FLA.
who baa the pleasure of knowing.. him auto over the road, states that with the ,

DEALER IN Is will read with regret of his death. help of good rain the road will be in I* prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentio]I

Florida peaches evidently. and cantaloupes something doing this In The ADVOCATE and friends of Mrs. fins condition.We paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
sea-
Wetmore extend .
sympathy.CHURCH wish to add to the above Item
eon, as It will be noticed In this Issue of T. WETMORE! ProprIetor
that there Is only about twelve miles of
EBICYCLESEWheels the ADVOCATK: that The Grilling Florida
J
road to be Improved between Mima and
Orchard Co., are advertising/ KM) experienced NOTICES.
Oak Hill when we would have
a good
fruit and 'JH( OVER FIVE
packers THOUSAND
pickers OF WAL--
automobile road all tbe from Or ee
and Held helpers to handle their of way ton's Rapid Tool
Calking in
crop now use
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold mond to Tltusvllle and several miles
peaches and cantaloupe this. by boat owners In the United Stites.
Sold season south of Tltusvllle. miles of hArd
Rented and service In the Eight
Eau
Episcopal
Repaired. church
which they estimate at about 200 cars.These Price *I.OO() and *S.OO each at the ADVOCATE
Oallle, next Sunday, May 21st, both road south of Tltusvllle will connect Or
.
people have 700 office Tltusville
Enameling and acres now Fla.
Repairing a Specialty. In mornlug/ and evening. mond with Rockledge. These gaps
planted and
poaches, ace; preparing should all be made into hard surface
to plant 200 acres more In the vicinity of There will be preaching at the Tltusvllle roads before next winter St.
Augustine -
-:Shop: next door to lUkory_ Dade City this coming winter Bedded Baptist church on Sunday, May Record. Ala bastinc
Pecan trees are planted" at a distance of 21st and 38th:! at 11 a. m. and 7::<0 p. m.

from forty to fifty feet apart In all of Sunday school at 10 a. m. All are cordially
their peach orchards. Invited to be present. Howard Ormond and Daytona are slowly.. narrowing Your

Stanley Kitcliing The OrliUng liros. estimate that they U. Gibbons, pastor the breach created between.. them

will Ret: seven to eight good crops of by the automobile races, according to
-Dealer In- peaches ott of their orchards and that Rev. W. F. Allen, of Tltusvllle. will Town Topics. Mr. Flaglor began a series I WallsAre

after the peach orchards: become unprofitable hold services at Cocoa Methodist church of road Improvement around Or.

FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS, they will have eight: to nine and next evening Sunday,at May tbe usual 21st hour both morning mood In which the neighboring place you satisfied with the appearanceof

year old pecan groves which will have for won.ship. are to co-operate, and by another fall your wall? Do
Tobacco they come to
Pipes Candle np
lie will your
Fancy China preach at
Point
City' ; on
the line will
and commenced bearing, and make tine investment ot alignment be practically Idea*. Are you patting on coat after
Temperance Drinks. before
Saturday night the 20th. All
The following brands of cigars delivered In Itself. We are glad to have invited I In their old position. Daytonan. needed coat of sticky, dirty waif paper, making

i at J.2.1: box of such enterprise ns this In our State, and the rude jolt they received by tbe promise a sandwich with our paste between r
per CO: believe that as soon u the people fully of rivalry, but the Florida East Coast ALA ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE

Huroboldt, Key West Smokers, Promos, realize tbe Importance of the peach Industry The OM Blacksmiths Shop. Automobile Association still has the inside wholesome DASTIYE is clean, hygienic and tb

Cremo, Cubans, ohalkt. this State will ship thousands of ; line. Another year, however, tbe beautiful. and wore than that, It Is without going: too deep down l to
The
M 3 flinch Cards, Mc.<) ; Hand Made Palmetto oars of early peaches every season. All kinds of Blackamlthlog and Wagon ; national bodies will be asked not to be produced with most ALABASTINE.artistic effect can pocket. Purchase yourCIGARS

Ilati, 23o. As soon us tbe growers fully realize Work; tires shrunk without cutting-a bring down a lot of differences from

STUART FLORIDA the profit to be derived from a well wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and New York to be fought over on Florida The ALABASTIXE: Co., will furnish,

cared for peach orchard, and the market. much better. Horse shoeing and gun and*. Ormond Is going/ In heavily for without expense *o you, color scheme smoke g OOJII
and and be able to
of the North and East realize the superior repairing. Do not be led astray. Cometo port next season. It I I. to have a new harmonies for your rooms. If you here you'll

' t ..NN+...+*NHH.N. quality of our early Florida peaches over the old shop.J. golf course and tennis courts. There Is for are building or remodeling, simply ask of twenty-five per cent better quality r

tbe Georgia product ripening at the same D. EM5l t TltMsvllle. Fla."urnb.hed a possibility, too, of exhibition games on color schemes, giving size use and
h | Vesey Hall | season, there will be thousands of acres a new baseball diamond by League and direction of light of room. the same coat.

'I planted In this State. } ; Cottage.For Association players, who would also be Buy your ALABASTINE la original Our stock consist of a one line< J

IE. Georgiana, Fla. I seen on the circuit at St. Augustine and package Any decorator can apply It, Imported, domestic and Key West clp:j
Palm Beach. or
Rent J, you can pot It on yourself simply
Capt.
: Draylng. Walton'. turnshed aD
Builder. : ( cottage In South Titusville. No w'SV1,0? ?.. U a permanent,durable, and American English, TarkUhEgyptian

< ;ONLYFIRST-CLASSWORK.; Draylng hauling of all Hnds promptly bed or table linen or cutlery; fib per For Charter. I.any! other* wa7.Qlttwo.n two walls done cigarettes.

< Write for attended to. Meet all trains. Stove month In advance for the -
Estimates. ,
summer.
Cruising yawl Pharmacy
f Trochee. For
particu -For Sale Red Cross
all time
wood for sale at By-
CHAS. U. lars
WALTOV of the
enquire owner
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