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 26, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00400
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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10. NO. 4O. TITU VII LE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 3O, 1OO.1. PRICE t>c.
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LOCAL NEWS ICE CREAM every Saturday at Red Clothing'! Clothing' !! Clothing! ! Ulue Serge Suits THE PINEAPPLE MARKET.Cocoa AMONG THE HOTELS.

Cross Pharmacy, Tlttisville.Mrs. .

nd Topic" of General Interest S. .1. Field, of IndlanoU, it 1w..-IM(><-.. Suck! Aim. l...ubl..llr..ot.... are very popular this season. They are FIn, May :21th! 1110... The AIIVOCAIK: is on file at all the

visiting her son, J. M. Field, at Sea Snlt. dressy cool, comfortable anti Mt'rvlt'enbll' To Situ'I'ane: best hotels In Now York city.

Reading notice ads. are ten cents breeze, Fla. PENNEY ,t BRANNING, the Titus- Those we offer at flO\ and l upward are Thin ollloo will be removed to Jacksonville Whore to atop along the Mast: Coast
vllle Clothiers and Furnishers made color and \ I 1M usual inch and the
on this page. lento of guaranteed fast serge an season,
line rr- Our clerk will Son!: list of hotels and l boarding! houseaon
Ifflen subscribe for the ADVo- mailing send billsto have just received a Urge shipment ofUEADy.JL.I expertly tailored to stay In shape and chnnge: this year will be made next Saturday -tth anti 7th .
{ you all delinquent subscribers the pages.On
In by the year It does not cost you on first t >E CLOTHING from Alfred Ht peifectly.l the :iItl! : liiHt. \V.> have just

recants per week postage Included. of June. Please make a note of this. Benjamin Co.. of New York cltv. If you want a blue !Serge: silk that hud In returns netting $J.M par orate, Thursday noxt, Juno lilt, the Continental

l ote date of expiration printed upon =The many friends of Mrs. D. B, This nail," mentioned Is sufficient said, possesses all the custom-tailor's "kinks" and I the mini kette arc generally In line' hotel Atlantic Beach, Fla., will

paper or wrapper every week. This Pritchard lre.tIIl,1/ to see her on the as Alfred Benjamin & Co. are known allover \ and "fanolen"' -one that Is hand' -taI-{ condition and wanting our pines.I open for the summer season, uinter the

[.receipt for your money. No need streets again, after a severe Illness. the world as being ahead of any ored and looks It--untl I way above the can quota' our lino reds ut from $J for management,; Mr. It. F.. 11<>DI III.
Lnito tend receipt for subscription.
Re date gives It to you. BARBER wants a job In Florida First- other clothing; house in the country usual in value-you will certainly be good 4-*II to $.& for fine, well.l>lu'kf\tl 2"M. Dame Rumor say that Colonel C. C.

Such a line as the above was never proud to wear the suit we'll sell you at Would he glad; to have: ten carload. today Post lies sold the Colonnades hotol, Soma
class referen Write
THE ADVOCATE <:ell. to C. E. Brown,,
In advance. Barnstable, Mass. :i-4 shown In Titusville-made: up In Two f:1.!: O. just to. till special orders, and such brcvr.o, Fla., to a !Mr. Jacob Gimllch,

$1.50 II.00 per" six annum months, .. Piece Sack, also (Double Breasted Suits, I !Mail Orders receive prompt attention lots, If running of good fruit, well packed who will give It a thorough overhauling;
-As far as we can see from our ex color desire thin material Jui.ll'M KI.INK would l not handsome
(.'.DO per an. to foreign countries. any you ; very some very prices before ha opens It for the winter season.
changes nearly all the county and town and just the clothing: for this country.A Titusvlllo, Fla. Wn am anxious for fruit, but boar In
I COAST ADVOCATE Is onlit Mr. Louis Cole! chief clerk at Hotel
THIS EAST fire delinquent tax lists have been published beautiful line for $10.00 per suit. Also mind that It Is still oold at. the North, ,
at the following news-stands at !Miami has North. He
at 12.X1( ), *1U: .M o, *10 JO and l.17.5O.( iCE: CREAM SiUuidiiy. nt Drug and bo sure to lot your pines bo Kfl.l., lHonyne, gouo
: \ W.
nu per copy -Mr. C. Ranlinson a well-known every will hold 1 tho position of chief clerk at
iTItunville-Red Cross Pharmacy. Our line of f 10.01)( ) Suits are such as Si ore TALK: IIKKK.V, AMI: JfHI' IIItAI''I'U
pineapple of Eldred was in
grower, ,
Duval hotel. the Hotnl l Royal Mustioka, Musookit
Jacksonville- IIII..V) for elsenheie. t'OI.OII.
:
( you pay
town a day or two the first of the week. D. L. Gnuldun loft here Lake Canada the summer sen-
during
-Judge ,
yesterday ,
I for sale at the Red If in need of a nio' Suit of Clothes, It If the fruit IH picked III.ACK OUK.KN; : nt
-ADVOCATES ANTED-Tbe address of G. J. Wil- for DoLand, whore he had an Impoitant son
Iron rbarmacy Tltusvllle. will pay you to visit our store. thin early season. It will arrive too !green

liams, the printer, who worked at Our linn of Helldy-M ode Punts are the law case to attend to. For prompt sale and I thus will have. tube Mr. C. II. Knott, former manager of

I -Meson. Allen and Adams, of Oak West Palm Bench the past winter. best; such pretty patteru stylish Pants Misses Lena and 1 Ky/.ana Mendel l held to color, so that' nothing will\ be the Florida East: Coast Hotel .Systemliotelit

I liII, was In town on Saturday. Editor F. It. Stoneman, of the MI- were never before shown In Titusvillo. left hero, Wednesday for Daytona, on a ,gained.; The reputation our pi mm Is has boon appointed l general manager

I -Messrs. Randall A Craig the pho- ami Record, was I In town yestenlay en Prices to suit everyone, from tl.25! as visit to their brother, Mr. Jako Mendel.! bused' l on their Hue (color when ripe, and of tho Klchullmi and Ontario Navigation

Igrapliers, left here the first of the route to Dude's' county town, atter n high ns the Paragon Pants, tO; <><>, $IU'O< There will be a baseball match between exqulnlto' lluvor which plumes picked' ,; Co.'s hotels ou the Lower St.
and $ !.lJl'<). I lend wilt\ never attain. Lawrence river
eck, for Cocoa. visit. to Jacksonville and Orlando Eau lalllo and Titusville on Friday !green
No matter what you want In the Clothing < :Stand by tho old Association. This Is
SII CUCUMBERS AND TOMATOES These tine nights have been just the next, at Titusville. It In the id inn Mr. Frank Rower who has been {Identllnl -
and Gents. have It. TENTH::' and I have records,
,; Furnishings,; we our season, we
I dally at Wagoner's.I kind for launch rides and turtle hunts game. with tho hotels of Jacksonville for
Mail order a specialty.1'KNNKY to show the value of tho work wo have '
I and( Mrs. W. II. ,JlcKarland and the young people of Tltusvllle have HUANNIMO, -Mr. and MI'''. S. B. Rathbun and lone for our IIhll'Pt'rllln UICMO past seasons several years, has acquired the Southern -

fho are with Wallace's shows are at been taking advantage: of the opportunIty. The Clothiers and Furnishers, I ilnuguter Grace, who sailed l for New ami are In better condition than Hotel at I'niisnoola, and will\ operate -
M in the future. An addition\ I I..* belug
"neuen, Pa., to-day. Titusville, Kla.Mr. I fork, last Friday, on the Clyde Line ever before to make you the bust 1,0..KI.I
made to the Southern Hotel building
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I -Mr and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and TAYLOR COTTAGE, Furnished, for steamship Comanche report an eleef"I.'Ingly bl" net result. Every new association 110.11 It. will bo one of tho most, modern

tin Grace Rathbun left here, Friday rent for the Bummer season, from May T. It. Hicks of !:Sebastian spent pleasant. tip, not. missing n meal trying,; to market fruit from this section, hotels In the South. Mr. Bowen. linn

from until with his during the trip, IS SIMPLY PUTT1NO YOUR FRUITIN
Ilam- 1st. Terms, $10 00 per month. Saturday Monday
t:, for their summer home near been connected with time Windsor Hotel

ODd aport, N. Y. They will return here -Attorney C. T. McCarty, president wife and little daughter In Tltuaville. -Mrs. C. M. Minis, of Tltiisvlllu, expects COMPETITION, and CAUSING! A : for three years anil more recently with
FIGHT FOR MARKETS. Wa make a ,
|irlj next winter.If of the State Horticultural Society and a -The 1'ltun\lIe\ market Is now supplied [ to leave this afternoon for Georgia, the Aragon, Jackiouvllle.\
specialty of the pines of this) section,
whole she will the with
you Intend going north this sum- prominent pineapple grower, of Eldred dally with fresh tomatoes, cociim- spent summer handle none from other portion of Mr. O. D. Hoavey, the popular and
any
showed his genial countenance In town bers, potatoes, egg plants, squash, corn relatives. Her daughter, Mrs W. E.
er, /get your tickets from the Clyde the State 111..1110 foreign fruit Our Association well/ known manager of the famous) !Magnolia
and l
Is In
and Vanlandlnghnm: now Georgia,
:eaimlilp Co's. agent In Titusville. yesterday.Mr. cabbage. SHIPPING STENCIL or Springs,; hotel "'1011.1,1. la now very
will spend the summer In that state with
-Mr. A. Moody Rogers, a former em- W. I. Metcalf, one of West. PalmDeach'lI MALLORY LINK TICKET FOR SALE:, her mother. STAMP: has) 1 become to be n Triido-Murk jimlly engaged getting everything readyfor

,Ole) in thu ADVOCATE: office who Is a prominent followers of Blackstone Feinandin.i' to New York and Return, for' your fruit. This Is certainly of vul-' the opening of hU II nil summer hotel

inlet In the South Florida Military Col- who has' been spending: some timeIn First-Class. Cheap. Apply at the TURTLE HUNTERS. 10.V'i> have always encouraged buy. the Aspluwall, Lenox, Mass., which will

1e; at Barlow, sends us an invitation Tallahassee, stopped over in Titusvillo ANVOCATK office, TitiiHvlllo. ers, and should be glad to sell F. O. II., pen on Tuesday noxt. The Asplnwail

attend the commencement exercises.Mr. yesterday, on hit way home. of A pitty composed of :Mr. and Mrs. J. shipping point or Jacksonville but I. located among some of the grandest
-Capt. G. P. Wilson, Miss Ethel Wilson, Mr. Goo. would point nit that the really right scenery In the Berkshire Hill*. III r, 8ea-
R, resident BROTHERHOOD OVERALLS, $I.:.0 and his brother, Mr. W. II. II. ilen-
W. Rhodes, a former White and Masters Russell Norwood, to sell Is for the grower to sell' his vey recently loused the Lenox Boat Club
I Titusville, but now one of Miami's per Suit. For sale only by Penney A son, of Eau Gallic, were passengers on Ralph Halle and l Calvin Losley, went to way whole for the lIeallonof all grades property! for a term of yelll" .
output .
romlnent merchants in town onJDdIY Branning, the Clothiers and Furnishers Tuesday's train, on their way to the Canaveral Saturday night: returning
was Titusville.\ Sunday, : night. They found quite a norm and l sizes\ It IN a mistake In my J judgment The Now Ononn house, Swampsoott
< having come here to take a lookt Ancient City. her l of turtlo crawls and secured :J!*>0/ to sell oil! a few cars of your finest 1\aIlM., I I" beautifully located/ al,111I, well

>t biB lino orange grove and other pro. -Major C. E. Graves, a prominent -Capt. and Mrs Henj. W.Jerome,who eggs: I fruit' at the best part of the season latronlroil.[ Messr Alnslle A (lrab"...,
rtjr in this neighborhood. have been spending several months at Messrs. Wagoner and Dollttlu spent
resident of Melbourne Beach, but for-
and
To-day we can ship not higher the. and
lust Friday on the beach at Klondike, ; owner managers, are very pop-
ATPEXNKY & BRANNING'S YOU merly of Boston, was In Tltusvllle from their West Palm Bench home were pas. looking( for bear, which: however, failed price for a standard cur of lino reds than ular. and during the three or four yearn

will) find a complete stock of Linen Saturday until Sunday, greeting his ol" paid by a buyer F. O. II. they have hud pons"sslon of the New
ind :1.0'to time friends. en route to New London Conn., for the were not entirely disappointed us We who will\ make con.
want buyers
Crash Suits prices from $: ;;+ they found a turtle nest containing !$!llJI) Ocean I loose, tinny have brought It to

H30 per suit: also a line of Crash and -Mr. Wm. 1\1. Brown, president of the summer. eggs: mind l tlio mosquitoes kept them from tract and take n whole crop) or so many the Iront rank of Massachusetts hotels.

Linen Pants at $1.2.1; and $1.30. Fort Dallas! National Bank, Miami, and DR.\ F. II. MOUOHTON, the Dentist, gutting lonesome curs earl\ week, right through the sea As hotel managers, Messrs. Alnslle kIrnbow

-Oneof our Jensen subscribers writes vice-president of the Indian River State will be In Seabreeze, next week In attendance -. --------- son. I am making I especial efforts along ( are tu the front ranks. Messrs.

at the annual meeting of the DECORATION DAY. this line this seiinori. AInslle & Grabow also niatiaga another
'' "'1 again subscribe for the newsy and Bank, Titusville, spent from Sunday un
idely-read ADVOCATE.! A man must Monday night here with his family. Florida State Dental Association. Ills Please advlre me--addressing! mo at first-class.) hotel-Hotel Tullorles, Commonwealth

ndeed patrons will kindly take note of same. Next Tuesday, May JOtli; will bo Jacksonville after hits :lIth--1f!' you aro avenue. Huston.Opening .
he bard up when be cannot afford WE WANT LIMES-We solicit your Decoration! Day, anti the graves of both In need of Association shipping stencils, -- -- -- --- -.
II pay about two-and-a-half cents per consignments of Limes, or will buy -The dredge Tomoka la now"" at the Federal and Confederate: solders In the or books.
stamps,
'(kfor a good local paper but will lose them outright. Communicate withus west entrance of the Haulovor canal. Titusville cemetery III be decorated. E. I*. l'OIUJlKH, General Agent of the IIrenk( rN.
"TO end of time around It Is estimated: that boats of nix foot The publir generally are Invited to
going trying to PORTER PRODUCE A: ..
at Seabreeze!
once. take part In this memorial event, and --- -- ---- - The Ilreakors-by-the Sea,
'wow) It.'e ," COMMISSION CO., Jacksonville, Kla. draught: will have no difficulty/ In passing those who cannot attend are asked to A NEW FENCE. ([Daytona Bench), Flu., re-opened Its
W 220 through this canal when the dredgehas take all the flowers thev can to the postoflice -
round
acknowledge receipt of an Invi- door on May 1st at an a11-year-
completed her work which will be where Major F. M. Taylor will see
,
: lon from Miss and Mrs. A. S. Humphrys, of hotel under the soniil managementof
Ruth Woodward one -Mr. that used to the host ad pe
In about ten days. they are very Capt. C. K. Fischer haw had a neatooklng -
'''I Tltusville's former popular young I Indlanola, arrived at Seabreeze last Saturday vantage. wire fence erected around his If. L. Kochersporger, a hotel man of

Clients to attend the commencement I to remain the next two or three --Mrs. Inez E. Smith owner of Manhattan -- -- - Julia and Palm many year*' experience.: Mr. K, Intend
I property on streets
'lerels6s at the John B. Stetson Untver- months. Mr. Humphrys Is building a drove, Hockledge was a passenger CHURCH NOTICES. which U. a decided Improvement. Capt. to run the Breaker In a first-clan man

iII, DeLand, tomorrow (Saturday). We house for Mr. J. M.1 Field l, formerly of on yesterday's southbound train. Services at the Baptist church Titus Fischer ha. always kept one of the ner, at reasonable rates making a specialty -
'egret( that a rush of business will ladianola. Site( was going to Rock ledge: to pack up of sea food. Having been a traveling -
pre- villo, on Sunday Mav :itSth, at 11 a. m., neatest place In tills town, and his.
'Iude our and ship some of her things north and man for tunny years, he knows howto
attending. and 7'KI:: I p. m. !$Sundayschool 10 n. m. been
Judge J. D. VanDeman( president place line always favorably commented
< to transfer her property to Mr. 11. V. All are cordially Invited. Howard B. make the Breakers. a homelike resort
J CREAM at of the First National Bank, Delaware 0.. upon by visitors to Titusville
Saturday Drug
every Gibbons .
pastor.Archdeacon those who de-
Store Douglass, who recently purchased It. . For the boys-especially'
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subscription -
Titusville. another year's
In sending us Mrs. Smith expects to leave for her B. F. Brown, of Orlando, lire to take a few days rest over Hnndiiy

-Dr. W. Earnest Vanlandingham, to the ADVOCATE says: "The weather home In Montclair, N. J., to-morrow or will hold divine services on Sunday BREVAHD TAX LIST. where good bathing and 'fishing can be
who here is still cold, and It keeps In the lap morning, next, the 2th: In St. Mark's
recently graduated from the BaILI'or. Sunday stopping over In Jacksonville! a enjoyed.A .
We hope to get some I Chapel, at Cocoa, an.lln the evening, at
Medical College: spent Saturday of spring cold. Judge Van- few days with friends. St. Gabriel's Episcopal church Titus On Friday" next, June 2nd, the namesof special Thursday and Sunday night

a Tituivllle, shaking hands with bill warm weather by August. I the delinquent taxpayer In Brevard fish dinner will ba served every week.

lIIerous old time friends. lIe left for Deman owns a beautiful winter home at Matting BOlb stock l.lc. yule.dust county will 00 published In the Aftvo- Mr. K, hall engaged! all permanent chef

1.111I1 Saturday evening where he ex- Rockledge where he and his family are Carbon paper blue black, :i for .*,o. Received CAn: Owing to the general prosperity Bryson MuIIena, who lists been atSchmult'

;WU to start the practice of his chosen warmly welcomed every winter. Linen color India Linen :20c. A Carload of Nos. .> aD.I'1 hewer Pipe In this county the delinquent tax list la'' villa, Daytonu) for the past

rofeqion. Stereoscope: views, assorted., 38c doz. getting smaller and on Friday
Mrs. Vanlandlnghara ac- and Fittings. Also have a fill stock of every year five year.
4aesnied Weather Neccisltlex. Iron lied, Spring and Mattress next It will be the smallest/ tax list fuvn-
him as far as Georgia. where Hot No. Ii Fire Clay Chimney Pipe and The Breakers hall ten, high grade
"topped to visit an aunt for some !Special for Monday, $4.00. Fitting ever published these column hued cottages with all modern Improvement

ti DIe. Water Coolers, papier-mache three FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SIIOKS' fut: Coast Lumber A Supply Co., --- *-electric light, baths toilets
CHAS. A. GAHD.f, Titusville Fla. Take Notice! be rented the
l'urnillhel sizes, $1.73: $:-.110< 23.: :i Eau' Gallie Fla. etc. These can by season

Cottage. Little Brown Jug Filters, ".Of). Guaranteed at reasonable rates
I>aiice >ot.ce.The .
/? Rent Cap'tTjTo. to make you live ten yeah longer. Money Wanted. One of the handsomest place on )[er. Addie, H. Koriiriim-Kwieic,

tie. Refrigerator and Cooler, combined.Just rltt Island known a* "The Wigwam" Seabreeze, Fla.
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r table linen or cutlery; $16 per what you need. Wednesday night dance will be Wanted to borrow, on InlIl1lltlver belonging. to Mr*. E,a J, Blair of New

tooth' '. 'In advance, toe the summer JAS. TKITCHARD; Sox, given every two weeks, In the Opera Real Estate: Two Hundred Dollars. York fs\ for sale or rent furnished. A Tho Clyde Line.

CHAS. IT. WALTOX, Tltusvllle\ FU. House Tituivllle. The opening dance 0&." Box 121, Miami Fla. ten room collage with launch house

Tltusvllle Fla. will be on Wednesday evening June 7th. new laundry all newly painted and Get your Clyde Line tickets front

Teachers Examination. Everyone cordially Invited to attend A Winter Home. three acres In grove. Mrs. Blair ham the agent ut Tltu/nllU./ Do not fall to

Notice. just spent several hundred dollar/ In take the steamer when going North.CIIAS.Ii.SVALTnr .
$750.00 will buy a beautiful location
I houseboat Wanted. putting the place In perfect repair, lay. ,
am wb-agent June examination of for a winter home on celebrated Merrltts
for the Fay* Bowen The regular Tltusvllle Fla.
IJJ out flower break water ,
Ing beds new
glDeagentfor for Brevard county will be heldIn Island, between Indian and Banana rivers *
the Jones and LaBorde teachers
En ftltt{ and School Building, at Tltu.- To buy or charter for next season, a ; the acre Improved with fine frontage and board walks, all round the house
Public
_ agent for the lIendrlckllw the medium sized Houseboat In so that any one wanting a lovely winter Store For Kent at East Oullle.
June 6th good con both
taeto. No commencing Tuesday, on rivers-frost protection.
: need
of batteries. If ville
will do well to -
home
or all-year-roantl
dition. Address with full
e write particulars Excellent fishing and shooting.
for prices to 1005 at 9 a. m. Store for rent In Eau Gallie fine loca-
WALKER Houseboat;' car ADVOCATE, oat this article out for reference. ;
Jour R. Particulars C. BcCeiAY.23llogan .
TOM: TCCKEB Fla L. W. BLAIR Merrltt. Fla. tion. Apply to Mrs. Treutler. '4t
Superintendent. 37-2; TltnsTllle, Fla. : at.: Jacksonville/ Address ,
County
Fort Pierce Fla. :3S-4

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2 KASf CUAST ADVOOATK, MAY 26, 1905. _


TOOMEK President. C. O. FATTKIWON, Vice-Pr'-. ,
G.
IId Stood the Test 25 Y..ars WILEY Itc'
Free and The earliest coinage.: In Aml'rlenVall A ClKMBtlcViMiilon tttmtuv. I II. C. BARE Treasurer. FnoMAS SMITH, :Secretan
the famous "hotf money" mule !lu 1012 In the .Jiipiincwo' eiipltul there M nfflijiintlc The old original OKOVB'S Tas4ele .

Accepted Masons. fur the Virginia: compuny lit the Summer Iriniffo of a woman made of Chili Tonic. You know what you are Standard Electric Compjt i 11 I'\ ,
.
ImluniN, now tin lUTinudns. The Wood and planter' dcdlc.iteil, to JIll"hi.' taklnJ:. It Is Iron andquinlnoin a tasteless Jacksonville
Oct". at the 10} Forsyth St. Fla.
form. Xo cure no pay
thus of"r.. In height!
coin of brims, with the legend man gal
WRit Red Crows Pharmacy, THusvllle, Ha. CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS: IN ELECTRICAL SUI'I'I| | '
F- w It measures fifty-four feet Ule head
No. 00 "Hoiniucr\ Islands" mid! u "bogge on -
Indian one Hide In /memory of the abundance! nlone, which It r"lIdl/,1, liy it winding! ; -- ----- -- - -

In the Interior of tho Ojtu'o.Iipn Cleaning and l-reNNlng. .C IC <> "
$ River : Tltllnllle, i>f hOIoCjtI'1I'hl'h wore found on the stairway "
first landing., | f large: ; enoiiKh I". '',IIlIflll'III hi)' holdt'vcnty

Lodge. Florida. The currency of the urly colonists pereOnM." The, figure holds. a All work done up-to-date. Call and A Quick cure for Chills and fever. LaCrlppe and al! t

Hold Itn iiiH..tinii> tin .",'on.'knil fourth Prltj waN n very mixed' ou<>. At one time h'lsie wooilon sword In one bund. the lieu me. Andrew Hib..oo. at the Parlor Malarial Disorders-The, Quickest Cure Know
/ of naoli" month .a' their room Indian. laver 1,1.It', of the weapon 111I1l: twentreven Barber Shop, on VVa hlniftpn avenue.
iiuiMkot bull for chnnge
I'IIH"I' at afunding of.Chills and Fever
.. \ case and! '
Motel Tltm -Ilia, at 7 .:.Ml, o'uli.ck )I' in. i ONE bottle positively) stop any Ik
M. S. Mama, Wiir.llliflil| \lIUI'or. dplci-c[ and were n legal! tender feet bug' and n hall twelve feet' for a few days as a tonic it will\ prevent return of fever. No other !II nor t.
K.A. Moricun. Bon lor Warilmi.F f.ir'fiiniH under n "hllllll Corn beans" In diameter" In the' other. Internally Shoe ICepalriiii. cathartic: need be taken au "Chll-Co" acts on the liver, and ltdoet. i \

a J..M.I'I".n.A. 1..1.I .'.lunlor Traannrrr.J.Ij.rnmitlioni XYnrdnn.. codfhdi ii till petti-Ion wcru aluo legal/ ten IIII'11 idel, Is tilted. up with extruordlnnry make von sick at the stomach. You don't have to wait untlll! fever :

ll '' Hi'crotnry, der. nnnt'iiulrtl! I iiirninrenieiit" which I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair. giving/ "CIdl.conneqnently no time U !lost, and the cure I Is effected, see
J. K. Walker, Hnnlor IIIHCOII.M. lilt different Two teaspoonful of "Chil!-Cu" taken ,
\Vinnpuni. the. shell bead money of -Mtpp'ised to retirement' In/oC./ and! do not forget It. Opposite Jas.Prltclianl lIv than any other medicine. U
IM .
r i Knirllnh: .I umnr l liimnoii.U. .\ line view of will cure I.aOilppe aid had Colds. 1'rice, .':,. .
of the brain. positively
portion bedtime
H. Wuluin,Him lor Hixwunl. !the! IiidliiiiMVIIH the rurrrnry most A Son AXUIIKW Oinso.v, until )
A.A. Stewart .liiiilnr,, HtBward.M. . the Is obt.ilned, by loilcln-j follow directions closely suit leMiilta will bear out what IH olalnic'
1 In 'tine' however. bring accepted. liy the country : ; Titnsville, )O"la. ,
,
bottles
A. Ntewert'Irtxr.v Jacksonville
to order few"" through lohl'i
I of the of the tltfire..TniNinest 'Ask your druggist
) Win. II. Mc..II..I.I..r.h..I.. . lonlxtx MM n cuuvenlput token. through, one "eys /\ -- ----- ,-- It'will" sell, because It cures.FRED ,
tradltl'-ii K.-IVH: that duringthe
There were two klniU of Limit shell teal Instate; BarJ'uIIH.!
.
.' time of 1Ii. Teshonir-njf, relndllon. -
niom y "WIIIIIl'lIl1l1'I1whldl' wanhlte
OICDKK OK KAHTKKN: HT.\ It.
III 122.:; hundreils' ,of < ,onN( of wood 1 I
r KrliiiidKlilo, '. S... II, hohl Ire lIe"Unlt", \\ n ml Hindu from tin conch or
'hiiilcr.' |
I E.
In tlm Miminli' ',,,'h 1 (.' room, Tit.iiHVllld. on tunllrvt perlulnUle, and "MiicUniiockvhl<>hWHS were piled nni'iid' It and tired. IIIIt that Nice 8-room\ cottage; well I GILIJJ.IITI, :
!t e nnd I third. TmmiUyn,, l In .uuh inoiitli, nt 7:Stl: ,' dark purple! and nmd, from tlmluird tlie: ""'.rr:-d, iilijort. II "',,.If' Gillett. , to burn located' In Tltncvllle . . *\I'duO0:! ( )

Utapter in. Tlie: followliiK, aro the oil Ir:an of the l hlidl, Hum.l l iii, h 1'1IrlIe11'4' worthtwice 1 or, to 'ven be Hrorr'ied" '! ,by the! H.linen.A 12: acres Land and Douse, t
In Orange Trees, Jn I -.A.-u.'t0J:21obl1cs-: : _
Hot
]MH| Kntii Blownrt.' W. M. part
lit mach a<4 tho \\lllte. The shell !
,( K. A. Moric''""', W. I'. I CJ 11:1 ran teed Cure; For lIlp Eats ( 700 OnUD )
f b tq! Mm F. A. Moridin. Anvicluto M.Mrr \VIIM, broken' I In I pIcci'H... ( ( rillilioil,t Hinoothnn : acres 1 Land, nearly !''8 ro'
q z ] I). It. WIIHIIII Hucrumry.Mm. . it Htone till about" the thickneK, ofpIpeHteni it Itching, niiml!, ]Bleeding or Protruding :Nile: Hiver Front, (1\I miles r State Agent tin
] il. KlliiH, "rrniutiirHr.IMrn.JM ,, If
] liixnn, CnndiialriiHii.: then piercedIlli' a drill and PllfH. Druggists refund money I'AZO north of Eau (Jallle , , 41)0) (110 OLDS, AUTOCARS and Fli \ N
At lee ('at' 1"..rlr'A HUIIIM ANNoulntu e..". Mrnng' Into nwklilcpM. 1 brnrolot'* and OiNTMfc.vr: fails to cine any cane, no 20 nercH Iliver Front at -r= >

( ]111.0..111, |W./ Hmiddm' Itllth.Mr. lllltH.The. mutter. how long standing, ID 0 to II I llardeeville . . . . . . 400) 00 -MOTOR BOATS AND STATIONARY ENGINES-
] lo't. HuohlH AiU. Klmt gives eu..e and :
application
days
K. rarruthnrii, Murtlia.Mm.M 2I!I tt 1). I,. JAUl.iiK.v, Agent/ ,
Mm.I.:: : i, A. Mrrnngennr' hmhur.Mr :: I'liffllMli, Freiifh and Dutch nettlerx rest. :.,110.() If your DmegUr/ liimn't It I Tltusvlile, Fin. jM'I keep the largest stock lu the South . .
.. *. <0.! ">. M. Itoltlilim, Klniitu.II. I all lined, wiiiniiuin t the vjilue/ !being send .10o. In stamps and It will bn forwarded Batteries, Colls, Dynamos, Lamps, Horns. Write or call
f ,j J. II, Walton. Warder ;\' flx",1,I III Kill at nix Jn-nds< for aIlPUUy poxh.paKI by furls Medicine Co., ---- Prices Wail orders receive prompt attention.
f .. .
.J M.
i 'I I 1..I4..ntl.I. The culled, fntbOIIIM St. Louis 111 O. Fine Property For Sale.
Hiring vert ,
It. Mnrehat l
..1 1. Walkrr JACKSONVIJ ,
CI West Street ?i 1.\
1 I :I7-41 Fomyth \
l. L. CarnilliBm. Cheptaln.1LCUI4IAiC ,' '... and. vurleil, In value from .". to 10 --- --- __ _
i I I Tint iIn work and I.iinupvlty." Two nice cottages adjoining each -- -- -- -
slmlllings
/' 1 .\ 1J.IIClllwHII: .) i gave evidence! Ina other in North Tltusvllln, with an acre THE
Shell money IIIIM played' quite nn Iraportant ivoacresof rich muck : VEHICLE & HARNESS CO.]
:" 4 CURRENCY chancery division rime I lestllled ua to of hammock and I
In the world'H,
part commerce.
hood
the connection betwt-en, brain work and land suitable for truck tarot
I (. I' - The Miiiall hard shell, known 114 the longevity hi u way that charmed thelawyers river front. The larger; cottage/ has three Corner Foisytli and Cedar Sts.
' cowrie In lined today. In I India tboIndliin sleeping/ rooms and a servant's room up JACKSONVILLE, FLO1U''! '
SKINS OF ANIMALS PROBABLY THE and will charm other brainworkers.
U 1..llIlIcI.. and Africa, In the placeof stairs; and parlor, sitting room dining
C t ' One-third of the laborer In
MONEY.
FIRST FORM OF and kitchen below. The adjoinIng -
,
I
"nl> ddliiry coin.In rural district, hw 1 l.s 1 room used the and Maker and Blacksmith
: : reported" as Haying cottngo has two sleeping) rooms and Eveiyihing by Carriage Wagon
.
.l I 1HM1( more trout 1,0U() tons of these
"! die of brain Hofleniii! .. laid the jivi.i'niriveKetatlve .. . . servant's In second story and
;t. "b.n ( am.> (III* rnxlornl A..e. With i.licIN were brought from India to 1.1 v. e - room Celebrated Davis & Auburn Wagons for Sale-
mural laborer 11I1'1t'lIIuch dining and kitchen
sitting; room / room
I.t't''I ih. AiilmnlM liiMli'iiil' nf Tlielr. fells Ipool\ to cxchniiKi'( (( for puliu' ( oil. TheirMilne cisterns both
earlier than the hard. thinking lawyerelniply I. below. Large, brick to
f I Itlnllain of Kxvlmiiic: *-Hhi. .llt In Bengal Iri. IJ.L'in! to I the
n H / rupee for a nice winter Deliver ,v
:' beciuiMthN hrain rusts from houses. Adapted ( Lou/ Cart Wagons, Buggies, Surreys" II"D-"
'
I.vnlhrr mid Mrlul Tokrua.There or about evciity to (he rent. lack of exerclxe.; "The use of the "brain home. OUR SPECIALTIES : \ saddlery, Ilmncas, Rubber Tires, Carriage ,u. vv ,'aD
j The lint of whet I in.i}' lie termed curlon Apply to OKI: M, KOUDINS, ( Paints.Wo .
( wan u thus When neither coin prolong life. There 'Is much In this,
.* money" In an pMi-ii-dvcj( ouo. Salt/\ Titnsville, Fla..
,! aor oven ni -tiiU In tlie roiiKh were InIIHO no doubt. and, we bellt-ve that thorough
Is used In AbjHHliilu andvlmlcH' teeth Solicit Your ItuslncsK and Guarantee Satisfactory :Service;
statistics ,
iniiiikliKl c-lrciiliitln, us to lunacy would astonish -
ut u
Q f iiiiijni In the FIJI 1M 1:1: 1111". In some of the Dade County; Ijund For Sale., .
thorto who finagles that It Is theVOltI' -- - - -- -
niodluiu NuiiilHinntlcH" us u rule, go uu -
x t Hontli are 1..1,1111111. red feutlit't'i form till

.y ,," \,;' : further back ban /Mil' or \DUO yearn before ciirrcny. Ainonu (lie natlvo .Austrian I- mid !tear of hilt that pressure more. than thinking 1I1I.U.lllIgelMe andexcitetneut For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter Coris-u.mers: : !

+ : the Christian' em to the HtainpedplocoH ( uri'i'iisldiie and, red, order 81'<* ll-icd of southeast quarter of occtloii 3, town
'II Mends, men ii.ad.' Hut Home dlsrotint -
I : ;, of metal clrculuted aiiion;; the rr-in.ile slaves form the! ...tlllll I III',I of ship :iS, south of range 41 east; close to
I f l1II'l'lyll1I"t" be allowed in the
''ii' j, UrecUs and I.ydianit. value I lu the retired 1 district! of :Now-; case of lawyer' for Itmtume. -for the O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Your: .tttSD.tion Pleaoe::: :

r!J'' 'it: .. It may 1 bo of Interest to glance' ut Julnea, Tact that the weakling arc killed orFrightened St Lucie River; 40 acres.
I of the forms of In time rural. ( of :-; corn IH
,t p"p"I Homo I curly currency puns Norway of north Wo sell Groceries at WIIOLESAL1
./ otT early, while In the country Also, the northeast quarter you
,;t./l, and at the Mtranite HiilMtltulon for used for coin. I'leccn of ullli lii.is as
air even a man of poor' Htiimluu east quarter of section 18, township 38,
" i '. still lu use iiinong barbarous cum-ncy In (China, nnd I calum of tea InTllict.
money
;
I' 1 t, mil. InmiUlPlcntly' fed can ve ,etate for south of range 41 east; on south fork of PricesVrite for our Price List, Grea
of lower
0'/ peoplcM. .\t I lie (grout fiili'M
/ 11 long lime 1I1l1I01'1' must be .
reckoned
; )
"i 'rho eiu'llent HtibHliliitu for coin cur Novgorod./\ Ill KitsMlii', tin l III mho accepted St Iuclo River; 40 acres. Apply to
with. If hard brain excrclxe does! saver.
it.\'r rent lined liy man U believed! to have Htimdnrd of \nlue. In tin llrlllsh CHAS H. WALTON, money
not kill, chronic! brnn" | worry will, and
i.PI"l ; r'. been the HUlns. of animals. Thin ineRl- "" 'Ht Indies' plus' : n nllco of liread. and a Titusvllle Fla.
the two are too often iiHHoelated! ntl vndnys.Pall -
)!; : \t ;1 j nut of exeliimtfo: / tuna employed' by the pinch of HmiII' all haw a PIII'l'IuIMIIIJ I Mall Cnxctte.Knnit -- The Co.

\\1\1t!\ ancient UiisHliins: acid a No by the lint I polder[ wlille on the ACrleiiu.. count: axe TAR Enterprise Grocery

'1'f! h Bottlers of thin country.\ CVrtaln tribi'M tiro the currency( most III Mi nt'. FOLEYSlONEY ,,

i x ) of the AliiHUnn Indlunit today, UNO tho The Ntnmp'Ht coin, of nil, liowever. IM .... Improve "Iah",,,... Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia 17 1 Bridge St.
I of boars nnd foxen, for Idenl of MoniesjuiiMi -- -. ------- ---- -
A pelts currency time money spoken liy The goad, roads movement In Indiana -
,,i / "q Tho 1'11"101'11111"0' Hiu-eeeded tho! hUllt.II < n-4 l hl.hlf..1II> II I In remain part', Is going .forward In Hiitlsfuctory/ man .'J'neli"ollyille! :" Tlol'i(1B.

f d, .: >> Ing age, and men begun, to tie itulnmU. of Africa. Thill HiiiKular/ i-urreiicy It ner. The fnrmcr arc rapidly leurnlng

:'I's ill, themselves instead of their HlUns for a called "11I11 ruIII 10.." I tint In purely a sign!/ the value of good roads; for they realize

j" .J f?I II'i clrculntlng iiicdluiii. of value without I u null. -Clinton Montague that the market Is brought/ closer to It's F. R-uhlman c& Co.

n, \ f"I' Tho nnlnniN principally' (nnployeilxveru ( In 1"UI'WIII'cl.' the farm hr: their menus.
"' .
: ..hl'l'Plllld oxen Iliclr relative vulVI .
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f41; no being determined/ I by the ancient Ml} Washington Ht. I t NEW YOUK.

Romans lit ten ulieep\ for one ox, which 1)J: Murray Mreet. J N. Y.

1 Standard Is ntlll recognized/ :/: among/ the
MOTHERHOODActual
Mongol II'I h.It. Trace of tills custom

uru Btlll visible In Lilo( Irish and Icelandic For Oranges Pineapplesand

law. ,

dj Among the Pnrly'Feutonlc races' tine.

wore often Auld' In cattle, nnd, the Zulus Sterility in Women Is Very Rare-Healthy
Florida Fruits Our
i nail the 1',moils In this year of grace Specialty.We .

make use of thus old tlnin, medium. Mothers and Children Make Happy Homes.I .
represent several of the largest shippers In State and wish to 'oprcseo:
I your ,
it! .\ direct link between tills practicennd

the use of nictnl coin for money Is You you also. Give liS" trial shipment Established 30 years

t s found In tlie currency of the early

Itomitn, who! used piece of briiMs clip.I .

lied oft from It man HSrAKLISHED 1870.
I I
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Later In the time of Serving Tulllus 1. ,

,' mho 111'110411111'1' coined 11II\l1 innrUed with 1A\:

I ho lljfnro of nil ox. An liiU>rcntlng litHo .' i ; M. Lane & Son

bit of' (etymological>ro In connected ,

with tills custom, for the Latin word

for money, 1"'III1I1I-wlll'lI'o our modrrn 250 WASHINGTON' STKEEf, NEW YORK.

peens term cattle.Metal P"'llIlhlry-wulI. derived from II I :

: I money wns ucd however Southern Fruit and Produce

long before the time of the Unman. I

AH far hack aa the 'days of Abraham ,

t" the Joj.t.lIutlltlMI'.Ij.toltl: [ Suit nll\or for : Cot'C.rr.l.iosion: :: : Merchan.tc.: : ::

currencyIt' va counted by weight''; .c t1. jff

and not by face 11 hit!. .lc i FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
"
The Hebrew' had "Jewel 11I0111')' in

addition to .hhcUel.* and talent anti
Stencils" Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
,
dram I of /gold and xllvcr. On tho _

lIot 'ptlllll tombs Kohl I I" repreneiited' 1 in fRSMAEP.WNP L.CCIOVEa THE GREAT
being weighed In ring for commercialpurposes I

q rather nn tnipro\cmcnt. It HEALTH DRINK. Will M_ oGri.ff.: ,

may bo considered on the earlier motal
:Many long for achild to bless'I try r.ydl R.': rinkhnm'd rtnhle Com-
/
lump.licfurn their homes but because of soma debility Mniml; ; thl..I.II.I. and I iiiipro bU-mhly In :Paiizter. : : acid: :PaperhazigC:: : .: =-
the Introduction coined
of I icnltti, and In haw than two yean! a beautiful
t; money Into Jroeco skewers or spikes' or displacement of the ftinule child came to bltwa our home. Jlnw' we hove

tit'> !Iron and, copper' oonslItuted the currency organs they are barren. I something! to live for, and< nil the credit U DAYTOXA. FLORIDA.
_ for Is duo to Lydia E. Itnklium'n Vogutable Compouml. -
1'repnration healthy maternity Is made from tho
I 1 six making: drum or tinndfuin METTO AH 'i*'
nocoiiipllslied by Lydia 1:. 1'lnkhl'II1'I'Vell'etubl" kinds of Sign and House Painting, Paperhangln; Etc, prompt! n
This Iron money! continued In use Com| >uud more successfully lltr14. Mae P. Wharry, Secretary of ripe berries of the to at any place on the Eas Coast. A large stall of practical men emplothis \-'0

union? tho Spartans' for many centuries than by any other medicine, because It the North !Shorn Oratorical !Society, kind of work.THE .

mid riutarch tells us Unit to u rives tune and strength to the entire The Norman Milwaukee \\ls., writes. Tiibtil Scrrulata or Saw Palmetto, com -

great quantity anti. wright of this. but female organism curing all displacements Dear Mrs. Nokb"m"I :- bined with Fruit Acids and Aromatics.
u Kmall valuewan usslKiioil /HO that ulceration and In tiatmnnton. was mnrrUxl for five years In.1l"Y"\

to lay up ten minue, n little over ,31. A voinBi who is! in !gw\\ physical birth to two premature chililn-n. Lydia E.llnkham's .. There Is nothing In MKTTO: that will
condition transmits to her children! the Wgetahla Compound| wa' rwcommemlnl
n -nholo room wa. rciiuln-d and to remove to rue, and I lUll no glad: I took it, for BEST .
blessings of a good constitution. Is from harm an infant, but for all that, i It:will
It nothing" less 1 thou a yoke ofO.XPII. it chnnuixl me a weak, nervous womanto
not that an incentive to prepare for a a strong happy and healthy one within
j healthy maternity? .seven miinthn.V. it bin two years a lovely QUENCH THIRST,
In certain parts of ('l'Illrllltrlel\ If expectant mothers wouM fortify little girl wan born which it the pride and
Iron spikes nre ntlll used after the themselves with Liydia-:. I'lnkhaiu'sVegetable I Lydia our hom eehnld. Every il.iy 1 rims 1 CALM EXCITEMENT, MedicineFOR
i r JSpnrt.in faxUloii, and accordliiK/ to Compound which for thirty I K. l'lnkhnI'.ItPI..bl," ' the light, lu-alth.aiul biippiuws it brought to ,
has unstained thousands of
f f .\dulII Smith It was not /HO lung ap years our noino,"
women in thin condition, there would
that BUILD
nails used TISSUE
wore in n subsidiaryoIii "
bo A great decrease In miscarriages inuttt'ring. If any wonnn thinks hn. is sterile
In Scotland: hence, perhaps we and lu disappointments ui or has doubts about her ability to eftrl'Y"chU.1 STIMULATE TilE LIVER
obtain the term "toupeiniy null"-I. P., birth. to n mature birth let her writeto A DEBILITATED BUSINESS

ini ten for n penny.' The following letters to Mrs. Pink- Mrs. rinkhain, Lynn :Mass, whose ACT DIRECTLY ON THE KID- IS AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THE

I>nrln the commercliil miprcnmcy ofurtlmjo ham demonstrate the power of Lydia; advice U free to nil expectant or

t y <; the common currency lined K. rinkhaiu'a Vegetable Compound in would-be mothers. She has helped NEYS.

by her merchants tint, willors both In such case thousands of women through this aux

r I, their trade at homo and with foreign Mrs. I.. C. OloTer Vice-Pr eshtent of lous period. -
t Milwaukee Business Woman's AsHooiution Women ITerintr with 'irregular or

i i c y with nation the was arum plerps'of the of powerful, leather" republic.stamped Wis.,. writes of 611 :Grove Street, Milwaukee-, painful placement menstruation ulceration, or leucorrhcea innammation, dis. EAST COAST ADVOCATE

1 The currency of tb' Autoes consisted of the womb, that bearing dorm feel- -Manufactured by-

if-1 of' transparent quills of gold dust of Deer Mrs Flnkhi"m>- ingor ovarian trouble backache, bloat-

bits! of tin cut in the form of a T and I wan married for Mverat I yearn. end no lug or nervous prostration should re- .
children blotted our bom The doctor said member that Lydia l-:. riukham's
i of bags of cocoa: "eontulning u cipccltlod I h"la" complication of female troublm and holds : Vegetable The Tropical Mfg. Co.
Compound
the
for
number of gralim. "Hlosned money" I could! not have any children nnltv I could record ,
exclaims the old .iniiallst. be ourtxl. For months I took;his U1ftlldn., the greatest' number of actual cures
l'.I"rllIrlyr."whlth trying In rain- for a cure but at laxt my husband I of woman s ills and accept no substitute Jacksonville IT STRENGTHENS, TONES INVIGORATES TUKSALES
except it- :'nwerssr> from .bucame. disgusted and suggested that I Fla, SYSTEM.: AND INFUSES :NEW LIFE

,1. e'e' nvnrlcp wince It ClII'1: , t 10 i ,> long" lioardi' I Many Women Have Been Benefited by line Pinktum's Advice and Medicine. AND ACTIVITY INTO THE ADVERTISER'S -
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KAST COAST AVVU( ATio., MAY 20. I'JOS: 3plofa

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,..ionnl Garcia. THE ANHEUSER r--
BUSCH
-- ,,, Free to the Ruptured I' EASTER FLOWERS.

gOBBINS I" 1.I ...... \. ..,
O' )1. Iilo.a.ne.ln1 I'lanta -
G E Brewing I Asso's I
-- I lire 1lertl1iIi favor.I .

'rTORSEi AND COUNSELOR I ; I I. 01,r the Knatpr. trade. the (ffiu-rul i"u i iI "

AT-LAW. ruiumin St. Louis Keg and Poi The Rice Method Is Unparalleled in the I hin-.'iiii to l be ,awkliitf llvhiB |1'11111I. 1 littler paintLucas frt.Jule .

tied Beer.Bolil Iedv more ami 1 Miorv iu-h year I ''i"
and United States
', instate Paints
,
ll III pracn r ,Court. I i Ioy Mo..r.. F. A. Lesley!' and Annals of Medical Successes. tt'iiili'itoy I I. lowllnl,1)' |ilniit,. -:

R. I.. 1"tl"w.Tltunlll..Fla. xvlii.-li naturally tbo Iiullitu nealt- I (Tinted i.loss

l /Nlv'/ at TITUSVII.I.K:, FLA. By Mr n.I.. MotlowCocoaFla.JOSEPH the Iftuler. Cut tlo\\'\>r nr of tvun.
A Chap Home Cure that Anyone Can 1'.eWllhniit will incrcasi' the Gash value ot yum house,. \lid i the
In ilrinanil. but the iVi'lintf for th,' >
: Tarn, I)wetter or I..>... buyer won'i I otstink' cither
',. (,AULDEN, ZAPF tinplant It't'r: ,)' prououuiHtl l 1'''uKiiHtoi t&
D of Time from W.rk. / u< ii.> 1'.... "A 'osts: v"''ii lets became ihi-v I i over
lily HO otilltHl, i is no IOMJ.VI 'HI
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, more *urt.i<'e and Jo it thoroughly. They havca
Sole Agent. oar hlKli I; oj-inliol of the spring test i iTliitv
FOR richer List and the color l.ihts.
gloThey
11'111 pracllC.: In all the Courts of the State 'S SENT FREE TO ALL. I la U oouiiueudnliU* Interest
the United States Courts H10 to nan! Vest Bay Street \-.k, jour tlcalcr.
and and '11141'111Ill'' "
florida -- jr".II'r'lIrh'I,), ''' I SALE

r.o Burt OSTITC3V1LLE. FLA. 'I 1'.. tliimnanilfi upon tluniHamlft of ruptiirmlpu lire rind ready I iniivltnsorn' Un- 1110hydrn11geu John Lucas & Co Philadelphia
--- KSONVILLK, FLA. "ple l \\n| > hnve worn tr"...N nil tholr It"... and
-- ---- lime livtiima ill-icoiminixl, tli. Klce Methuil will! ( HortoualM rm-mi wliUli \\.1'i isi'iii
F J. WEBB John White & Co. imi\i: ,. a lioil-nend. I'liun writing( to I'r.V, M. for tbo first lliiu last year wit
.. Hire .:>n,u Main Ht. Ailiuim., N. V.. lie will freely: Soltl II)' ,)n... rrltcliaril .\t Son Tltut' Illc. Fin
LOUISVILIE KY. and Kln.l1v ft nil quickly 1I1"'ph..l. nnd If thnt jmlKiiuMi
ATTORNEYATLAWWill Eitalitlih.d 18J #,Nlnkh..t eon a trial of liUMtttluMt .pn'for aught It should prune out ..t

practice In the Courts of the 7th ........ pew t'nahrn. I you can by tent mall It .In.o tinfiivoriil now tliliiK'. of this )':lIlth'r-

1rcult. Taxes paid for non-resldenta J 1n' your own h ii ute.h title Hodges & O'Haxa
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anil accounts collected. FURSand not l>.. h'k. I I .
d rents >. .urll It the Kurr. ,
ward. almut writ 1 Vu lid Time l< *

USVII.IK:, FLORIDA. Wool.Hides.. I ing.. K0iiim..ltt it I The ciuiiellln. Wherever It vin olliitiWIIM ...Manufacturer mind IIt'I.It'I'M in...
co tn nol hung
to........ you ntulu
I to try thti wonderful another favorite lust season, Hotiuh

A.D.D. I'ENNEY, \V.1.tn.thnd": Hltfiter it : iu>w Interest may bo looked tor lit and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

,' I Ie I well known ,iuUl-| !, thlx one time popular. tlowor. Made up ))1't'MMLde

tr>'man WAS \ In tubs with Its. OWII green and, |">r- ,IrIU. o Ho* 'Mend. Fruit nnd Ciato'
ATTORYEY.AT-LAW. aa DOZEN 1 tu red Nlxtsen Vojretahle/ *. MoiiMliius: Shingles, etc.
f tnrn, tried I every hails. u nit-ro MottiiiK of ni>nn>thliiK vory Mills 1\1It1.m".IO/It..IIt/ flu lYalti" IJIulT \Flit Wrltftii* fot. pi'Ion* delivered

1'1Tt'8VII..E. FLORIDA. 1 I I kvt,riiHR panic on the made mar low around the l'tl/tt'!/ the oniiuMIIn to any part of the State. Address! llodgea ty O'llariv Utillalo IHuIT, Fla.

(Till practice ID all the courts of the 7th I up bin mind t" undergo limit k&.' u very dfooruthu Htibji'i-t.


Judicial Circuit. 1I I or who an hy l ho operation tho. danger,' "'I\t.; Orrhl.lH Orchids chlolly unit cuttloyan Large! I'lanl and tletidrobltiiiiK WE WANT EVERY I GROWERIN

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g sal lurk
E. FOSTER, J\tr. w. M. 11111:11: :*!-. I he- tl.i.'j"tii>r. iM-ll well and lit fairly lawIIITP !
STEPUES II iti'Motlitxl.: lie in now-..ur
EY.AT-LAW lilitKer Naye; "I trtml Dr. RIt...'" method rich crlnidou flowers U In nn>ilorntiUviiuuiil. > .
ATTOH and It oared me. I Old not IIIKM a....''. time or ". .1.0IUU'JoO.TAlII.E: ."-A roniplolo manual on Florida Cmps."FUltU .
I !. LnrK plants of ar.alcn nnd
Building Jax. ender any Inronveiiu' 11I.1I.lr..r my >.\ .\ :' ( <:s.-A bcok of
Jyal-Upchurch
Itpt'rlllllllt"rIlMt (!
friends know the wonderful fa.T limit till r,, of bouiiilliivtlUvt i-lKlit: to tilt foot high Orsiino r'\\t'I'M.
niamalila. iiiutliod cured moo, and I real. "r-I.OIUDA s rlt\ < "
1 certainly WU.HHI1: -llookli.t Cultivation'
FLA. on "Soil Varieties
JACKSONVILLE, 'thankful enough to toll my ox |> rl0nc... Mr Ki'iiUtiirt (cytlxuM\ ), may bo 'oll"Il'rl..1
---- HlKirer! live at Clay Hill .80., .l..r. unit any one Htamlanl Cluster fa\-orIA's. Thu tall and Fertilization.:

The Largest and Most Com- i01EnIlONEYAM TAR can write thuiiHaiKln him and loam utHtlnionlalH 1,1.l exiwrlrnntt.The rwrelviMl. toy l>r. growlllioC Cltii'riirlit Htcllata HI-OIUH. to 'l ltlyli! 1'OI'ATOKH."-Uookleton "Soil Seed. Pliinlltitf and Cnlltvntlon, Kf-

tops thai cough h..l.1QAIt. Rice iiiuan mom than mull ..xir''.loin. UKtially have eillpil I I the old ntyli' coinpuotluMiiltnl tout of Fei.mixer*, Digging and Shipping| |
Dlete Establishment South. "0. A lien'onmay' take.anlelaalnend )>..rha|'ft
- _ -- get well. He would probably recover anyway law growing llorlstit' type "I'lNKAI'l'I.K: : : FkitTII.IZF.RM.-Of: : : special I Inter Ht to 1'lntmpi.l (:rowor..

Hut a rupture IH .a break of the niu"rl..", coil The Humliler It..... "II >I<:AJ. lrrll.IZEItltook: ,,shoe
THE lug nil our different Jlrnndu AOlll.ls.Price.
6EO S S. HACKER & SON. there ape no Imaginative '' .. The cure iitmc .
lie complete.1 ainF: In the rare of thnniianil ofniirh \\hllo, roses uro not HO uuuterouK lie Etc
curen, who run iliiiiht that thl< wiunlerfulKioe other plants, the l'I'Inrsou Humbler
HASPROUChMOTOR. wnr..t'"I'tllrutl.Mnthoil will permanently euro even the till M'onplt'H a Plato. at thin. 1\111'11. New und rovlnt-d olltloim! of ll
and It Hot'inn probable that some of the WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

more deooratUo Aiuorli'iiii !Rambler
:Not ice.r'wN when JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
hj'l>rliU may bear It eonipany

STARTS EASIER RUNS STEADIER, they become mote neuenilly known. .
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GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCY I'OLLOWINIIURIINANCETOAMKNDl Outlook For the Flower Hrorrer.The '
Tlie PltlCK
MMT
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l)rilliiani and USI'H will lia taken up for action at the public U. becoming! morn tlUcernlnx -

-LE'sS /HASOI.iyK-r: June niiHitlnic.: ami lUcrlinlnallii g, amittie
Halt 1 orilithiuil by the Town Connrll I of the more
per horsePower Town of 'ritnxvule.thatordntam'n No.twxaty Nuevenuful grower In tho near future Eureka Wine & Co.
than any other Knalne madp. throe <:3): l bo aiimiiiloil to road. aMlollowH; will bo In nil likelihood not 1m Liquor
'Hint from and after the I pii-mine of thl ordinance
IM// We continually demonstrate this. ', no trurk. harrow, hand. cart( veliu't who follows the beaten track, but ,
I'iede. tiluvcle, tricycle other vohlrle, or currlu rather he who IIfl1 H, wxuoiit baby: rnrrlaiceii, chi tII lie run on orover Thu (Jrut .Soiilliern 31 nil Order HOIIH
Commercial sizes S to SOit" 'torse Power. theiiIu. walks of the town; of Tltimvllld. nnd out what It hue not gut %
MANUFACTURERS OF within tint riillnwini HinltH, tci-wlt :
Special Light high Speed siren ftoni -
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DII W..hl"j/tAm; Avenue Iroin Imllun, / RiverBank Express Prepaid. Full Quart Measure.
Doors Sash Blinds 20 to -J.'il!; 0> Horse Tower. corner, to corner of 1'.I""lt. .t ..'..t. HOME GARDEN.
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Moulding & Building Material Benj. W. Jerome Town Clerk .....01,. Rprnrlnic. Delhi For Tre.... olillonl Quertal Qllart. Case
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Shrub. and VreielilMee. llitlohelt='r; lhlvntehttlck :: : : ;ill H--.ll "f'lnlilinlil)

Office A Warerooms King, opposite STATE AGENT Notlee.IT There are varloux outlltn for spraying I1at.het'll 'I'hat'R Whiskey .I ro, 1 ell) 1110\ / 1:1: 75

Cannon Street WEST PAUl BE \VII. FLOKI 'A. nroenloal I and! other Inm-ctlclileM. IIlIlcheU'R Old Rye! . . . . It 20! :I 211 Nfl 111111

HAYING TOMB: Tt) MY K\Urt THAT '!'Ile kind you need, depend, llpnil tint Eureka: N. C. Apple HralHly. . . . . . . . I.j 4 75 7 CHI 11 110
Charleston] S. C. there urn reportn, In circulation. which' relimit > If \ N. t.. Applo Uraotly . . ,. . . . ::1 I 25: ::1'25 I .1 NS III in
It IHnrien
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE TilE WALton very iwrlniiHly upon the {ooil name of "I rill of your /garden you
Minn Willie Kluic.ralinilutod and tiM...lf mm well nod are wheels Eureka 111n1t. . . . . . . . . . I 110 IHI) II IN( ) 12: eMf
Self-i.ockingTackle Blacks atlas, will probably' need a barrel on '
to Ih ure the re|iu tat Ion of the young ulIk"l N. V. ..nch liraud.-4 7\: '173: 7110 J' CHI)

Sash Weights Cord auu Prltohard <& bone store Titusvillo lady. and' inynnlr a'"o.' Of Sheen thorn are nutneroim Btylew.! N. U. !Peach Brall.I, . . . . . . . . . :ll\: : :a :93 4 N.\ t\I) iO
Kla. Thousands of them selling weekly I liprehy rerttrv, and aMnnrt that any nnrli ilam If tho Kitnlpii IM> Hiuall, one of the Eureka: N. O. Coro. . . .
acing rBpurtu. in relation to the said yminir Indvwiitrh . . . . . . . 9 2\: ::1 I 2\: I 1\\ I I' 7n
throughout the North. They are have boon attrtlinteil, to Die or HH navlnghcen hand Bpra.vefH'U nilllrlent. Tho ktia|>- Eureka: X. e. Corn XX . . . . . . . . . :I IMI 3 eM) .1 I tin I U 110)

Hardware. titled with thu Waltun-Vlnton Holier dtartrd or originated. by m....r* n"p.lv n'tliab.lllut..ly Eureka: N. O. '''orn. XXX. . . . . . . . . . 975: : :975; 413 It :all)

Bearing-one of the best Inventions in falne.' T.me.w.! the SANIERM.l'areonxllyxlglwrodhnf..re and day Eureka: N. O. XXX . . . . . . . . . 9iu: :ltd) :575 I 7 rill

Window and Fancy Glauc the world. May also be seen at the May It.tl.i' C.nvia: Kill.. T. H. Hamlern. tn me TrJ Old Crow 1I""rbon. . . . . . I ito 1 rlI 17\ ;; 1:1: 110

ADVOCATE: office!' well known, who 1 I'etntc .duly. sworn, tontltleH that Ilermltligu ICY" . . . . ." . . . . . . I\tI) .J I 1\0 II 75 III 1\11

A SPECIALTY. the ular.HiiliH4'rMiitiJ forvKohiff. utateinnnt tit trite In every purtlu- runny llrunk ltye. . . . . . . . 8:I 75 ::175 I ; 1'1 lIS; 11 no

and nworn to liefore nm the day Nanny llrunk I'tour 1\II1IIh . . . . . :I 70; ::1 I Vt l'i em IL 110

Still yrur Bforemilil. II. N. ANDUKWS. Echo<: 1'tl"1I11 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 rA) 1 1115; 11"\ 1:1: 75;

37- Notary I'nlillo Hulk Velvet . . . . . . r. 141 5)/;$ 7 11II 1\: 711OllkllllJ,1

. . . . . . :a 7\: d 110 II CHI 1:1: INI
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Notice of First f --
Meeting! ') -

THE: Bf 1MmlCINE Creditors l hilt I Irony 1fC.rU: tu *:1j51per| 2allon J )&'\\lvc'rc'll.

deed Knve t\'lv. 1.1o,1..r lIat'h..tt'a ""rlvato IIt."k sad, Nemurn a 10"111.. h..... helve ts-uiye teiiNIN. or
s.r. Ilstahnit'.Ildlty.andcanurl.abuttlerree. Nar.twelve' lnle. .
I[N TIIH DIK'rRIcTrOl'ItTOrT11E1/Y1'rED' / ""re a bnitle. r'.... Move. twelve 1..10..1. "r ICernka: N. 4.: I'hnt soil isofdlublhev.'rll.t'Whickyaoisx.1....''... a hhttlx rrtl16 K."it .twelve
14 If . known by what tb.y he.. HtatoH fur the Koiithvrn DlHtrlct of .'I"hh.. .IubniNofknrnkiiNli.Appleltrirldyall.tet'llrl/11uteIellitl. free. .
.'''r hMlr .. "..nlur,. IhllYh"yo In MankmntrvIn ....., .. ... ...... .. ManlwelyeI.IwINofknrekulcle
llrown. "".1 h. h. rr. I.r. "r all "" .1. Io"tltt..t! ".."" ."..,'...Iont a.1"n ." .
th. .'An.II"III".n'tr.II..1I the. innttvrtif Calvin Alnaworth . .. I'.r It" '" 10. tll""
""n llankrnpt.To KMAIttACB BI'HAYKII. .. .. .
.n .11.1. ''''e'le rflr '''''' .r .1'1('' A II "r IIIV I.nll, ,. 11111
00'8, to "mlu,.. bllt'rn.l.toler .. the Creilltorn of ';'nlvln Alnaworth. of Eantttllle I".r. All .'........'1 hr"I.. "I ...\.I.kl.... .....1'1 ...wer' III)' h..r et I'Mis' er"drl,11 1""e"
orol'" th..D .nv other surd. / In tit.I'aunty of Itrevard. Stale by all A..IerN. I VOlt Need A.
end ., to.11 ppilo.nt |'I lorldit, and I Ulmrlot nforenalil. ImnkrnpfNotice , on tho back, by straps over the Lucre. a fur yon,
U hereby' given that." the ttth day of
D. M. FERRY tit CO.. :Mav. A. Ii INI/I! tlui nahl ( alvln AlnaHortli wanduly Hhniildei'M. and a 1107.1.'" or roes Mildly
Detroit Mia" ailjuiliiatefM) ankriipt herein 1 ami that the IN I held. 111 filch land EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR COMPANY
FOR WOMENIf , ..
alit iii.M-tlnuof hli' 'rollr.11'11I li held at the ?
welKlts a ton
..lIIelt..r th" 4'l..rk of mild Court, In the (lovnrn.ment 'Iliu ktiapMtick sprayer ,
KiillilhiK, In tho City of Jacknonrllle. after you Inivu worked one hour lu thu l.'Ki: Newt May Street, II"'lIlIvlllc'' Fin
In add. limtrlrt
iival county. Morftla. the
yon are nervous and tired out :ird ....y..r J""... A. I' Ilea at \.fin o'clix-k In the hot Nun. but It thrown a spray fifteenfeet 00'
-1 t Wrennhnatwhlrhthuctime.ald. credltorn may hlKh. nnd U. tUurefuru UH/ful forHprnjIiiK
continually could havo F-
you no ntlcnil prove their clalnm, appoint a tnmtee,examine bushes and A.TOTT iTE : <>rI: :
dourer! warning of the approachcl the bankrupt. amJ trannart Bin.h other. treeit iin well an JE3[ :E3R i-iERS: .

f female trouble. [ [ liiminim mime bofareuld' | tnuot.Ing *table.. .
sorions t'aX : "It may properly ikolt'lK: vcK< I-IKINK: : .TIB. I'.NI Altl.lnllKII. IMMM-
Do not wait until suffer un ( M. I'OWKLI.,
bearable pain .. you seek treatment .ale > N CrnO :May 13. 1901t. Referee In I4ankrnptry.| t'.I'I". Foreleg.'flint \VIIIHKIIHVI.VIN: : JINH AM IIKAM >IIH.:
Wine OJ -- ---- --- ,
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need of Cardui - ----- -
the divert action of Uro heat can
now just as much as if tho troublewere ] 8oS otlt'e. have any elTert In hastening the blooming Express Prepaid. Lemp's Door

more developed and the tor.turinll of plant N. u frt'Hli! miKK>'Ntlon, but Full Jiiurt' iimaiiiire.lliintlin . 4 tip IKJtn lint* \l'al..la.r' i liner. . . . .. .. .. . . .. ..l'"iiM
pains cf disordered men tM t:1: : ('Iltcrt'r'O111tT o. TIIK RF.STU < Inli live .. . .. . . 'j ill) *4 nn si mi K; tm l-iilu . .. . . .. . . .. .. . !1111
itruation, bearing down pains, ; TN Mnrlda, and, one that In these days when llowersaru Nuliuii.I < nullity Itye ? . .Lei 4 Si/1/ T MlI HintiiUril .. . .. .. i IIU
In for
.liKlKilul Circuit Hro-
leucorrhoea backache and headache 3. (I) In deointidiMl comer. out of MOIIHOII Mnnngt.n.Ityc| . . . .. .. .. :.1 WIII I NISI' M..lt..xtral"rk, .. . . .. .. .." .. .1111
vard
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County. rhancery.. llitnn. "44" llye .. .. .. .,. .:a 7t II IN) U IMI <'oliurKer' nniMirtml, .. .. . .. .. :aim
""ere. driving you to the unfailing i C) MeryVTnmerand l| at all tlmt-H and (if every kind and MiH'liil Irn'u, 4 All M 131M1Mull I Hun* Alti, pint . .. .. .. .. mlullmm
relief that Wine of Cardui ho.- ii .. Smith Turner I IVH country 1 I" worth roimlderatlun. Title Whlnkfv,: .. .. : : :: :. :: : a 7M1 : Ii,: N MIrsrhnrandy : Hi.nit, pint .. .. .. .. . :g M
has: brought hundredd of thousandsof >tnler to Appear, Kto.Mar Holed .. .. . .. . . ::0 111I/ rNI, U IMIIMI ?
fij'- comment arises from an liiclilent Bulk
; : A. Cnrtbu.rwN f Apl'lH Itra"1r'p 7i //I '0' N Goods JUKS Froo-Not
women and will bring you. d s No Fran ft I'efk and i iChurlen In ChnmberM' Journal. A lire broke llollmiilltln' . .. .. .... . . 2 ,Mla 425 Tl1I! Prepaid.
Wine of Cardui will drive out 1\1. Co... j l4Mlmv Ulfi. .. .. . . 111I/ 'MIill/ ... .
...' New out lust Heptcmfier In CIIIIII".ltur.Jornlt. N.rtlll'Nr'lllxurn. .. . 11IIHI .lIn parliuI.'.- Ilye. (lfll., Corn. hail| Ornile.nV .
York
u trace of banish T Marv A. Ciirtln. NApliM ; Franrn J T IMI
weakness! and ..... 0'G < C, 1'eolt, Manila, I'. I., War Itap't OrillniinraIHviNlon :\ In !..fun'..., makliiK a clll1l1.w..I MiinntHln <.urn. . . . .. . . .:1111I/ 'N' IIII/ .,.''"',, /lard- -")"' ""'. c"ru'. It".". *''1"enii
ne rvou tpellg, headache and back- I ; ami Cliarlc M.Co., AIliuimeriiue, Mlde .l,...aJr l *it ItiiniMmlfuril ., . . . . .I: Sur 6 'All T Hit " .
ache and prevent the symptomsIrom ) 'l a v.D ?f. 31. ) of nearly evcrylliln( on one lln in . .. " . . .a7M1 //I 101 U IMIU e per1a1.. . ,llye, fen, C..rn. Rum.Mist
into dan- Wh..r..ILIII'la"lt ma.ln liy the attorney for of the villa KI-, InrluilltiK moHt of a UMperaaly . :.1 nI/ M /IMI fhrthe money
quickly developing: 12.(1)o the uoniitlxltianLiiln theal ove entitled 1 ".<*. has loi-itted King" Kttnliirky Ktmrieiii.. . ..:111I/ / '..1II/ ) Slid: perONI41". II,... J'.".'" and| Apple
(f-rous troubles that will be hard = / ,rr : hedge of apple and pear trees Uritiiily. M. llowml, ..
: by
f hewn dulj nled.alatlnu the liellef of the aidant. .re.lth..rr or A"JI..II....... .. .. .!' (VI" 3111 T /IMI A"
to check. Secure a$1.00 bottle of that the above limned. defendant are each r...l> between the hOlnPllt"lIdll and the open AwHirtninnt allowed. on .all K>''HI.|.< <>r "",e prlri. Cs IM Hy>*par. Mmllclniil(l"l -1.Iorla Jtyn, Social' Drop
\V-ne of Cardui dents of a Htate ..r country otoor tuan the Htate l/imllly
farthent
today. Iflour .. tc -) country. Home of the boughs -- -- -- ---00- __
dealer' a of Florida; that the renldence of each dttfunfl-
does not keep it, ant. .an particularly an In known to alllant In analiov from the fire enruped unhurt and a IL'MJ-ILT.H Went AilniiM Ht. 'llt'k"UIIVlllf', 1"',,,.
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money to the Ladies' Advisory if :l' that earh .>f ...Id defendants In over curious phenomenon ensued A second
L'cpr The Chattanooga Medicine : 9 twunty-oiie. yearn of age( f and that there U no
.o 9 en 1[lemon In the Htate of florid. the Irvine nt a flowering commenced at once, and/ by>
:
metliune Chattanooga will be sent Tenn.you.W1'E,. and the .. i So .nh|>oenit or any njHin,of them whom would. hind nat
gi Now, therefore, you, the nalrl Mary A Curtis, from the ncene of tho tire wr In w
Prance U. reek anil <'hyrlee M. Cuss and earn full bloom, nu though called to renewedlife . BIB w. Hey In., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
of yon, are hir l.y r*<|iiired to apMi4r to the hill
.e m of cnmiilalnt: ales In Ibis court a .. I,., A large lilac tree 0... well an (tome

V Mary V Turner and Smith Turner her hu.han.r. plum tre**, put on once morn Its bridal
the call Mary A. Curtis and CliarlM >f.
U. 5 oa cn roil npon the ntli day or done, I'luft: sod you rot>..M 1 t Fuur QTStI
the ialfl Franclt C. Perk upon the aril day of It must be mentioned that the Ore ;
s. July ISO, ymir I tn be en-
0ARDV' term! In the Clerk1: oltliw of11,15court I .C ; at Tltu*. only haMtl'lt) four hotirH. There wan norewemblarice I II 20'll ;jraR
(' 0Le nvi Tllle, Klorld. between this. mulden blast IJphusl( $
will be ..... In '
The order Pllbl1. the KANTro PR vaIU z
CT ...r Aeva.ATra weekly new.;>ai..rpnhlliihe Go at .r't".We.orlrla..n a week. for four eon MICutlve Ing to which pliintM are mibrnltted. ,
:....... ... week to the defendant. A.Cu rte. ,, ;
.................. o alt Mary nffeitml tile experlimeweri ,
. e ; !i2 < .... ,. tJharle* 11. eo..., and ones a week for eight Tbe plants lif All?
. con.ecutlreweekA for the defendant Frames <;. those whose| buds. wore ulreudyfonjie
= oq Perk, ptihllcatlnri/ to commenceortuwitn ; and
. O l for the following leaiton
< Fa
within twenty day from this date a Copy of
: I this order will lie pouted at the) floor of the ''sr"lS '
Udsl i Court Hou e of Hrevanl Cmint'and acnpy will .noo e
t: '''t* M 'f RECEIVE SAMPLE: t.7 o he eent by mall tn each of the defen'taoU to The Deelrahle lrlr
the rei_:tlre a flux rb ? qso ,
i ") o cP.5 tone and ordered the <'l..rk'. opine of the The _
: PY OF TIllS PAVKH J cE "1roalt.nirt, for Hravard C iuntf. Florida thin rarl !ty for the family garden.
6th day of Uy, A. l>. 1x16: by large flower In ten' tIt' twelve Ini hea in x

{ -IT IS TO- tt Ep n (1M..lorCI. CI.) A. 8TKWERT. diameter, very barJy. In many 'olonand N I; LU1 1i '11 I I r r,
Q .
Clerk ot sail Coil Ft.BI
t I LET TOU KNOW THAT t). A.SrEWAItT, r, C. 37-H I haste from four to nix wek (from

v I the middle of June). It make I nn
: \VOULD LIKE TOU TO J 1 Tba,
: ;
WilY USE' OLD STYLE BLOCKS- Meal lawn and ifnrden, plant

BECOME : German lrb bloom earlier! : the Spanish
: A SUBSCRIHEK.
when you can bay the beat Self-Lock
.. Iris and American Iris bloooi In Jnn.
: sNv11 Inn Tackle Blocks at nearly the same
.J.a all bade rotor front whiteto V
Now, In In of pure .' .
. e price. Ole In the United
. States A.rmyand Navy Departments. shades of yellow blue sal I brunt

.. .. ... J P ::aJ Examlno them atPrltcbard A Sons, or All .r. denlrable, loezpenilre and of '

the ADVOCATE office. Tltusvllle. easy culture, says a New Jersey florist. Agents for, the Iat>nt Brewing Co.
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I President: War M. BROWN, 'Vk,. '
rmiCHABD.
ST. LUCIE COUNTY.As JAtt1s. j regd,
I EAST COAST ADVOCATE. WINSTON' S. BRANSOHS, Cashier.;


every one knows who reads I. RIVER STATE
the ADVOCATE, this paper took INDIAN BANK
I; PUBLISHXD KVKHT FRIDAY.CHAKLKN
the divisionof
strong grounds against

II. WALTOH Edltnr & 1"11l1l1olJ.r. IJrevaH county. In our Judgment 0 e Made COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

division was premature, and
.WBSKLT JOOBWAL DSVOTBD TO TUB DBVBtorvcnr could where it would Authorized capital), S', COCC
we not see
or THE INDIAN EIVIH, LA KBWOBTH Paid up capital, ccS2o'oc :
blessing to either section of
u
IKOTIOKi.DlnnontlnuKii'O prove
r AND BI AVHB BAT : Average deposits
the county ; l hut the Legislature has $20QOC

of ntlvtn. must l b. nude p.,rlly taken a dilFerent view of the matter Have your cake, muffins and tea bis-
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.. at thin oltlne or by ..rIUnK.ObAOk Transacts
11 --._ and as St. Lu Me county is now a r .. a General BanliflI

,eto., may ho marie payable' to CHABLVK settled! problem, we must bow to the cuit home-made. They will be fresher,

H. WAI/TOM, puliiuiinr. inevitable und extend the hand of Business

r welcome to brethren in the new cleaner more tasty and wholesome. r ,
... our ,
?, In writing t. the Amm ATK for Inform Largest and Oldest Bank
lion to lilY kind, ,th.wrlt..r will liKebyiiflo .- coil n ty.While. on RiTfi '
r lag a ""' <1"lr",1 I "nv lo|>n. Baking Powder the house '
Royal helps ,
our judgment l Is the HI me. I Exchange bought; ami snhl 1 'n, n' i w ,?

SB Address all (iominnnir..llon. to und we still think time will prove ,'I Countries
S IIo\K'r IMAHT AI>VO('ATK, wife to produce at home quickly and .1' "'"
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f TirrmviLi.ic, KLOKIRA.. the correctness, of our position on eco .n'l Imo : Patronage appreciated.: I'mmi',)> ,"i "
the nf division Htill tr"atuumt.lon every favor IOIIM.dervative ..', ,, ,:"tl 1 l!
question' we .
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'' n' nomically fine and cake the raised bunking grai,i, I I
are not Inclined to fume und fret tasty .
CORREBTOMit::
; 0'. H. I> 'i>artinoiit of Agriculture over any result, whatever may heournpinioninthepremises.
hot-biscuit the frosted v Empire Inmt CUllI\lallY, :V" 1 \
puddings layer-
Weather Ullrf'ulI-.JulJer, Fla. Manyof Horlcla Bauk und Trust C.. ?) i, t. T,
lit)

The following III a comparative slate- strong those friends who favored of the division ADVOCATE are, cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and rrl'r [T ti-TTLLI i r s .

ment of temperature and rainfall for tlie.
week ending Tuesday, May 2:1: 100r. I but even friends sometimes dilf'erin muffins with which the food -
+ -1005!/(;; -1001DATB. I- mutters where judgment und ready-made J.EI.: : X> <> :E: In.TS.:

MAX. MI'! MAX. MIN. business acumen are I involved. It (Successor to Dobbins liros.) .

F 17 IS I SI H5:I\ 71 70 7 7':('!11 70 70 is to he sincerely hoped that there found at the bake-shop or grocery does oTTTxr t33.cL x: :ooJisLrsnvniTia.lladces : : : .

; HI Ki Ti:\ 7* ,0 will be no more bickering between not Checks Door :Numbers Stencils' \ Trunk and Locksmith hull| | I
of 20 Moft'/; ) >si: 71t Hrevard and St. Lucie Counties, compare. RKPAIUNO OF GUNS AM MEVOLVKHS' A SPKCIAI I 5, :

21(1)t 70 HJ 7aa -" but that harmony and good will Gun und. Revolver parts and keys at.wholcs.de. Trunks and Valises I I., ",i!
t d I *'III i ,4 HI t 71 may obtain, for we are now neighbors Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps. 2!:H Main tst. Jacksonville. Fla.TIIR .I
I y' 23 8."i; 7.::) M: 71 should ,
and conduct ourselves -' --- -
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,y ;'f.J Total rainfall for tho week: ,2";
'il f Departure from normal rainfall for tho us such ROYAL BAKING POWDER .
CO. NEW YORK.
SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY!
week: minim 1.10 I Inches. Departure. If we have scolded you it was because
I4 from normal rainfall since January 1, we thought t ourselves" right .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASI .
,111": minus 1.5(1: (; Incht,", -
II, IIAL.1'.fAROIN.Observer. and you wrong ; if we have tdministered 3 I Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

I -- _ some editorial spankings, THE DOINGS OF OUR LAWMAKERS. ,
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II w, it was because we felt that the _.
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: three months weight of our ink staiued hands'
IN the hilt fifty- I"

, , three killed impressed upon your anatomy was Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
! railway passengers were HaBD; ; TWckWih; ....
:': in the United :States: or more than for the public good The Air Investigations, Resolutions E

' the number killed In the British Now that the whole matter is Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Teleplimu, N" jc.C

isles in live forever settled, we come to = Scandals-State
r yearn.TnKHE you and Printing Concern. General
, I t J. K. :MUNXERLYX, Manager.
I with the olive brunch in one hand ..
and ... - -- ---- ---
of fellowship
a good soft poultice --- -- --- -- -- - -

business: for la room Just as in the brainy advertising men us In the other, and say to your = THE BUCKMAN SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION BILL A STAR FEATURE. EBy E The Olilext Ental>lislieil, Grain and Soeil House In ih.' McSs ,',,

wounds : He thou vale
I are in the professions. of law, medicine assuaged, .. _" u __ ___ _ __ i -- --
+ friends und neighbors, and!
or theology and there may The AUvociiteN ISpccial I Tullahas.soo CorreMpondeut.vyyvyTTvvyyvyvvvvvvvvvvvv .
are > Wm.Sours:
and! ; : CC
just as good opportunities for makIng peace harmony prevail in your __ __ --
t councils Selah. .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
money on the East: Coast, provided I 'l'alllLhasllce, May :2ltli! 1005.: up t lie entire business to tile bottom, ''
GRAIN HAY
you are an advertiser! who I I and report to the Legislature:; In liU7! .- AND GARDEN SEEDS,
will let the people know what IN MEMORIUM This has been a sort of a Joseph Folk and that, in all probability, will be the
you week In TalUhaHHve, and tho air han nnd of It.io/: far ax the proposed investigation
have for sale Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
been thick with investigation, iem>lutloDH of the Insane Asylum scandal ,
td Tim subject of this sketch, Mrs. Aduliiiilo ant Rcandala, past, [jieoent and to by the courts, Is concerned, It IM only MIL
V. Lansing was born In Xaincs- eT. 20 come. .Flut of till, came thu Knocking fair to say tii.vt, the friends of the administration W VrB 4F11&IILA
Iu..J. II. GiiiDMcit, of New York, vlllo, Ohio, August Ifllh, )$ (10. In 1817, and scandalous expose of the State: lloxpltal declare that
a( of that "At the nrter the denth of her. father everyderugatory Catalogue Free. Warehouses tracks of S. A. L. and '.
says city : present she emigrated for the ItiHitno at Cnalt.ilioochle: statement, mule, as to the management on R'y. A < I J. I liMeMurray \
1 time New' York is not reproducing with her moilioi's family to Warsaw made by the joint investigating commit. of that institution, was made by
I Mo. In her IHth year she was mar. tea This halt heen accepted. by
report
1I itself, AVe are all living swiftly, a dlMoli.irgid employee, who found no
rlml to Dr. C. I': I.armlng, of MddlHonVH. both hoiiHos, jind linn! been 1>I'lr.tl'.l. Ulevealu complaint to make until ho found that
dying swiftly. Wcre it not thede \ \ To tlH union four Hons and four a condition of alTaiis at thU Institution he had, been dioppcd fiom the pay-roll. & Baker
i influx from out of town, laiiglitnis were born, line BOH and one Unit fully justifies Air( llaiilit', AUtliU makes inteieHtlngreading, but
crease in population would soon be daughter, l having preuuilud. her to tboIIplrU.lanll. commentary In the :Senate on raovluKIta In h hardly calculated to expedite the business -

noted. lint, as it Is. for one New adoption : "JIoll !Itself would blush of the legislature
In 1875: she moved" to Florida with her ILt such l'onol'III." The lower house seems to imagine that 401-1,1:1 East Hay Street Jacksonville, Florida,
Yorker that dies two'strang 11 take .iueb and and. f.imily, wince which time
It ,U not enough: that this Institution i the whole duty of man, from a leglMl.1-
their abode in the and thus Hhe 1ms reHlduil In tlilH She lived -Makers and Jobbers
Ktato. of-
t up city, should l be made the dumping grounds live point of view, consists Iu Introducing
,I tho loss is not noticed. New Yorkers n simple, faithful, consistent' Christian for the Indigent sick-It was not enough / bile one day for the Hike of killing
; are driving themselves and are life always. She was highly esteemed that the buildings Kliould tn.idequaca, ,' them the next That this way of doIng Vehicles
4 liy nil who knew her, MIDI will continues the nsylnni mismanaged, anti \he attendants business has its advantages can Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
being driven like beasts of burden. to live ii in the miMiioiiort cud hearts of debauched and drunken Worse h.vidly be denied bad bills of ,
; many mo
{ They are working like dynamos all the many people she HO often befriended. things! even than these are hinted at I In course, quietly put out of the way; but
day, playing like Idiots all night." Her untiring kindness anti motherly care this sensational, l'olt-blnh tit helpless | the danger I is that In the haste and confusion Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
I ; of liner children will he imdly missed lln patients done tn death by brutal attendants of the closing d.iys of tbe' session
.I I Ii the coming yearn, and the wise precepts and of Imllorollttoo/ ftcuidaloim many were the measures, for whose First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.Zzup .

i ; i 'filE effects of tho immoderateuse she liver tiled to teach them will be forever for publication sage the people have long waited In vain pan- - --- -- ---- --. --
,; ,: of alcoholic beverages, tea and enshrined In their hearts as the One of the worst features of the slti for. will\ be lost sight of.
\ richest legacy earth can give them.God'a mitten at Cliattahoiichie In the alleges! The Btar feature of last week In the Your
I coffee well . .
are so known that
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, they hand of alllictlon
seems heavy grafting and the ChIHg'OIlI.\ld at the door House \\IIH tho /groat debate on the Iluck-
need no extended description. upon us. for hlM List call has lent our of Cliax 11. Dickinson, private Reca'etaryto man school ronpolidntlou\ bill, which or- FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom
0. i ; Nevertheless, remark) the Itostonilohe home In twain ; yet wo feel that an one by Governor Jennings, and holding the copied 1 nearly the entire day' last huin-

(: <, the llgures on liquor consumption ono the few l'elUullllnwill enter hoaven'a B.UIIO position under the present a blight portals, her sweet aplilt will meet It I la charged that Air Dick of billlliint
speeches Messrs. Uuck-
show that the work in and bear the by [_ and has always had the reputation for LOW I'RJI'E< !
,1111 im to throne of Jesus; ,IDHOII, who wag the purchasing|; ngont for man of Duvnl, and Mstrunk of Mai ion,
progress in this and other countries theta we will nil be united than blessed the Asylum, became: a paltrier lu a To.ue . The bill passed the House lust Friday, Fate on the finest goods Imported and Manufactured

i to lessen the intemperate use of intoxicnting home above laha druir firm "for loventio only and will. ore these line are read. In all '
beverages should not be On KildiXy evening, Jimt ait the sun wan and that all or part of the medicine probability, have pissed the Senile: ; Bess
interrupted but increased. sinking In the western sky, a number, of used nt Cluittahooclilo were puicluiHo 'I'heopponentsot\ this measure haveno c h Slager,
The our townspeople joined a simple Her- through thin concern, yielding, it IK said, ono but themselves to blame for tho
best temperance work, perhaps, in vice, conducted by Kuv. 1. B. Hawk, of a lrulitoffrolD 13: toll O per cent Mr result. The demauds of our widely DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.
the United States is the present Melbourne, then her body, wait 1\hIILwI\Y, DIckitiNon'H lido of tliU ugly story in yet scattered State HchooU have by 11 and13Main: tt. "
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year j. &/ S. w and A. V. L. WATCH INSPE( ml
III the I .
Kan Clallio
of _cemetery, besides the to bo heard, but Ida friend seems conll year Increased. until conservative
system progressive men
t'' compulsory husband who bud preceded her just nine dent that he will bo able to clear hliii. realize that the time has come to call a 330 W. u.vyst. JACKSONVILLE: FLOii: I.l) .
fi'I i study of temperance physiology month hefoie. She wim a lover of nil self. halt before the State was bankrupted. - -- -
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: graded to tho comprehension of Ilex tlowfts and plants woio a part of her In the iiipantlmo, tlda entire Asylum Under the old system, these schools ;,.....e---t: : ca -- -- --- :--:
\ pupils in all the public schools.. life, end. as was appropriate, wero placed business. IK likely to pass from tho Legit. had little In common, save their Insatiable
Other nations the effect over her casket, throughout, her homo l.tture to the louitH. In the Sennte Ins greed for appropriations Under the i r ;
, this seeing the of and. above her last testing place (.',hlay. General B.iilcy Introduced a lIe new system, Instead of getting In each SElEJCS: Ji'WC: : ='C SPEt.XN"aI :: : : -.

study upon productive efficiency "Tn nee ilonlli'i.. cold hand upon; thy brow wire of resolution, naklng that Judge others way, they will\ be so thoroughly I (
and progress of our people, '.And, know thnt HIMIII thou "'''"hiNt lieliorneawny I Muluno, of this circuit, draw the attention consolidated and. co-ordinated ax to become
+j" are seeking to produce the same in lit nut Umvulli time cruel .>.01.! to tho !grand juries of Leon amudsden mutually helpful, and links in one Turnips-and Kuta U.tgas. :5I

their own countries.As Joil( ' In ills wlHilnm has, retailedI counties to the report and evlcloiico well arranged educational chiin.' Should 'I Onion Sets-Bermuda. and Pearl. I
ha I boon Ills love hint ,
> given
: submitted\ by the committee AfdmlUr this bill become law time
a number of
And thoiiuh thore I Uolie 'Ions on earth Cabbage-beat varieties for Florida. Beans.
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Anothersoul will rent In tumven." resolution was Introduced In tho state school will l t.o reduced to three- '
a State progresses there are '". It. G. I fouH ), and Nr. Noble, time famous dog the Unlveislty I Florida, at Lake City; L Seed Potatoes-for fall, :X.>. 4 Koso: and Triumph. I I
always matters coming which Eon:: (tattle ,,: .,21,1105.: law, Htatemn.in, IIIIH. also put iu anol her State College, at Tallahassee: and the Poultry Supplies-International Mock and Poultry Foods, Eli. ,[
up luRolution, providing for a committee of Colored Normal at the same 1 Uce.
require treatment. One of the im- three, "", It h power to send for persona Governor Urowind's veto of the I
portunt subjects which should command PEACHES AND FIGS. and papeiit" thopurpoHe' of probing latest new thing In Jacksonville's char very i: :x:... O 3LlVHI3n.O3J"::: : Soodsxxa: : ., I

the serious attention! of the tttill deeper (Into the unsavory, mesa ter bill last Friday was a step that required ( 1 14 EastlBay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
:Florida If the people of Volimln would give: lIt h, lettoliitioua, were, of course, more moral courage than most !
is
1 Legislators the question 1111)10 of Ihelr time anti attention tik thin 1&1101"/, mn nuo.IXot inn ntfni. lilti *i.m_ Lj
of the indiscriminate burning ofoods. planting and /growing of more early vegetables : In bringing up last week by means of ination; the--writer'of-these'lines, I in referring 3m :' s:9.as 9s.. .ca.- -_._-._._,_- -

*' Florida has thrown off its and time l'lILl.'hIll' / watermelon a Senate lesolutlon the question! Involved to the current speculation as to
swaddling clothes It Is no longer and ci\nt Ioupe fur the Northern market In the Supreme Court Reports' Mr. who would l "run the new governor" declared
wilderness !: they would find a consldeiable Incionselo Harris referred Incidentally, as It were It to be his opinion that "='l. B.
a with but one industry their Income In it n.rylhort while. to the rumor that certain members ofthe liroward would run himself" I have Joseph, D. Christie
-the raising of stock. And stock. Those engaged In these Industries are Hoard Institutions, were Interested not yet discovered peg big enough to ,
raising is no longer carried on by making It pay, and( there U an unlimited In the Capital; Publishing Company as hang: an alteration of that opinion on.
intelligent men in the primative I demand nil market for all that can be stock-holtlers. This remark naturally The reasons given for the veto by the
manner which grown The liocoid hopes to give some led to "more talk," which finally culminated (Governor f In his message probably seemed REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS I AGENT,
once characterized tlguren: this summer as to the In In another resolution
I profit calling for a adequate to Mm, and he certainly
it. Thousands of dollars' worthof I peach growing in thin county. Tho In- committee of three "to Investlgtte" the turned the bill down with the full consriousuoHS .
damage is done by careless firing duatry 18 l comparatively In lie Infancy, ugly rumor referred to by the gentlemanfrom that his course would lay 3OS Dyal-Upchurch Bldg.
of the woods. Fences, fruit too. The llg has never been tried as a Key West. The resolution wan offered : him open to the Imputation of being
trees crops, money crtff In VoliisU.; This fruit by Mr. West, and the committee controlled" by J. M. Hairs. Jacksonville. Florida
and even houses are dt'stw"cllannually : thriven well here, a prolillo, bearer, and appointed consists of Senators West, This veto may safely be accepted asettling v
and the waste of timber an acre In full bearing would bring In a llarils and Clarke It U generally bo- the fate of the various adminls-
i is enormous. The silex i is burned very handsome Income every year. It Is Moved that :Senator: Ilariis hits been misinformed tratlon measures now before tbe House[ you want to buy a business,
out of the soil ; and humus A delicious' and healthful fruit, and iu thin case, and that, anlilrtfrctiu and it is probable that the anti-admlnis- IF I you want to sell a business,
deposT' would always soil at remunerative all of you want partner, or
ted prices.A question morality, the distinguished ration lines will be so closely drawn as
, on the surface, which, If left bearing tree cam be had in a few years. gentlemen who comprise the to render it difficult to pass through the you want more capital In your business In fact
's" lone, would enrich the soil, is con. \Vo know of bearing tig trees In the Hoard of Stale Institutions, hail too lower branch of the Legislature either you want, anything In the real estate or business 1111""
sUmed. The native grasses are be. county each of which produces' from $u much sense to put themselves In any the State Insurance bill, the Uniform .Address]
ing Killed out with to :$10 In fruit per year. The sandy soil such coniDronilsInir'poattlon:' as that referred 'ext-Itook law or the proposition to reclaim JOSEPH D. CHRISTIE, as above.
I,1 nothing to re. of VolusU li admirably adapted to the to: }'ormer--Uovernor Jennings the Everglodellby- -an elaborate q -
place them. - -
If, instead of sense successful cultivation of the 11g-De. wail more than once "accused" of being drainage system. 22
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1 less burning the wood, the cattle Land Record. silent partner la this Mate printing In the Senate, however, the situationIs VEHICLE & HARNESS CO.) ,
I. 1 men would provide forage crops to concern, and a little charge: wan freely somewhat different. The drainage
I carry the cattle over the winter WALTON" SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS l.ild at the door of Gen. W. H. Lamar bill and the Constitutional\ amendment Corner Forsyth and Cedar Sts.
'r plant velvet beans during the heated cum paigtithit| reunited hat accompanies It have already passed; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
nnd the Patented In all countries tackle
cassava, Only In his nomination for Congress from the but neither\ the State Insurance bill nor
cattle would be immensely better block of the kind In tbe world. Fitted Third district. As a matter of fact, the Uniform Text-Hook bill are at all

o1f and be worth much more money. with the Walton-Vlnton Roller neither of these gentlemen ever had a likely to prove equally successful. The Everylhing used by the Carriage and Wagon Maker and Blacksmith

The percentage of loss would be Bearer. Useful In any place where dollar invested In Mr. Ililsun' business. session U: now rapidly nearing iu close
Gut down In tbe meantime, people are asking and when the result is summed up, a -Celebrated Davie .Auburn Wagons for Sale-
materially. In order to hoisting Is done. With these blocksone themselves what Is to become of all this. utter to the ADVOCAT: much shorter
cake a law elfccthe man can di> the work of If I were to reply, I this will '
S_ means! must two. "nothing at all, ban suffice to toll the tale ( Log Cart \ '1.
<\. fce provided to enforce it, and the Thousand sold In the north. Call should probably not be far out of the 9 i ___.. OUR SPECIALTIES: : } saddlery, harness,, Rubber Buggies,Tires Surreys, Carriage, Delivery nn.l \\\ '-
penalties prescribed should be and see them ID working order at this way The chances are that a sort of an JOn PRINTING of all klnda done at ( Pain te.
!i office, or the store of Jas. Prltchard ad Interim 'smelling committee" of holdover this office, at reasonable rates. Give
i j'; 'J I", rigidly imposed. Son TltulIYl1le. Senators will be appointed to dig us a share of your work. -\\". Solicit
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:Mis. W. }o'. Tvlchariitt entertained the. Hob Ilanlee Jr., wn pleasant visitor I
Whist Club last In town Wednesday.
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Mrs. S. 1-'. Webb entertained the Miss :Mae Itawton rt'tllmll.1lon'lIv: FIRE INSURANCE
I Uiidgo Whist Club Lust Friday afternoon. night; from St. Augustine.

N- ._ t\ -v Notes Contributed by OmIle ulnr : i Tinoil. boat, Capt. Ileiulrlckson in

C01'P ; of East Coast Cori'fspoiicleiits. :Miss( :Mary\ Hainlin, of Miami, was n oh.iitfe, was anchored otT the city what f
: pleasant' visitor to this place several days to day.MisM .

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.........- .............., .- .....- .- .- .- ................. II.t'l'ek.. : Halten, of Jetison, has rented the and are prepared to give
W. ,J. Tucker and :
Miss Uoba.' (.LeTourueau the !guest tt'tKnl1I0ullO from I

in grass, making, at a "dove party" !given by Mrs. E. A. opened a boarding house I
.a..' send all communications of our town
r publication to "Editor one of the cleanest anti[ best kept Inside Inland iast'fnesday.Nearly die Key. Campbell Gray held! services .

"t I II the corporation. The Koosch cottages all the young pooplo of this morning and evening In St. Andrews
arc ' i uisvllle, Fla. are l.elnlll'tmled both summer and! win.tcr. place attended the ball nt Jensen town chinch, At the moruInK set'vice tho Infant I PROPERTY OWNERS I
h.ill )last. \Friday night. child of C. :Summerliii: and wife was
l 1aonot guarantee to publish baptised.Mcusis..
:r U. \K. Treat of Eau tallio has Tlioio of
openeda was a very pleasant: meeting
reach this' 'Bee before
<'IDS'III' 1' not Hull and oyster' biiHiuusH l In Noi folk, the IVa Club at the parsonage last W. J. Tucker, and son Goss
( on in rimrsdajs. \a.. Mr. Treat Is. expedeil back this Wednesday! afternoon and J IIII'II Andrews, arrived homo Saturday -
doming fall. night. The band serenaded themon
The ocean bathing: / has been simply ilieii iiuival with a few of their \popuLar -
,SY'> espondenls oblige im by The Inn is. having/ good run of bus1- perfect for week past, and there have airs.Indian.

'names of people and placet; fleas Im the sunimei nllln' hK. Mr.I been! beach panics neatly every day.Mrs. ..
;{;Inn Adams popular h.mt. and I U making River Camp, X.). .')::1. \\'. O.V. \
pm "" !possible ? hosts of h lends union the traveling \V. I-'. \\Wolfe who has been very will hold\ their annual celebration JUliO the : p[: possible
public III ever since her removal to Jcnson tins tub. All nicmbvrs: are cordially invited
beenisitcd by all her old neighbors to attend.In interesting progranimo
Melbourne. Mis. ('''''k formerly Miss I! Susie: Som.mers ..lltl'lnltho past week. will l.o loiiiloied and lelieslinuutseieil. at
is the guest ot Mis.A. 1.. lloilg-
sun this week. Sheie are several carloads: of shell boInjt 1.

un.crlptlon for with her /grandfather! Mis., (Cook.'apt Andrews mine up, T'' -> the ADVOCATE, on tho loop. Uixlo, on Sunday last. but not uuaily as many as there shouldbe picnic In honor of Rev Camphol
Ceplnk, paper of the East Coast will be \\01\1'0 sorry to say. We hope aftera (limy.! who leaves for Oilandi" Monday.
'eeived, at the Melbourne Post-office. Ur. B, F. thrown, of Orlando was the while tll"I'o11\ nut bo any other placeto )1)uIIug. : the summer months he will visit
guest of Mrs I. (J. Gilbert on Sunday put It, and we will get our share. lii'ie onee u mouth. Tho dinner wa ,

rllARI tt HOODE.-Real 1 Estate Notary: vices last. in The lleveienod Doctor held nor Then) was a large party assembled at held at the beautiful I orange grove of ;
IhiiilK" i"" Conveyancer. Agent for jKtn.iILiveriH fo..l St. .John's Episcopal church the station ou Saturday to witness the.II'pllI'tllr" Mr. .1 I. 1) Almond.! The members of St.\ ,
1'anI Lonilonand Ololie anti lIa.rt both morning and evening to full con-
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l
Andrews hive become so attached to
I titt tintranco "' of Miss Moiiat Gary, our talented -
il tefetlnon realdontNtteution giugatious.Major
paid It m* music teacher, who wait said 1 by this most esllmiihlo' young man, they are'
r. M. Jr., and lfe. many to have been tho sweetest andmost soiiv to see him 1 go, even If It Is only for

Dr .awrence Peek, of Eau Galliclient Sriss: ami'! Mi.aTlyd aye all of DajtonnFin. ; popular' voung hillY who OVOI' vl,,- the Hummer mmthM.'oll'UMt he Mill LOWEST RATES
Sunday in Melbouino.Mm. ) ., spent > : in Ecu (in' lie\ takIng Iteil tho hound. bo peimaiiently with us ngaia next Fall.,
in the il.inuo -- ----- - -
Inn
on Saturdayevening. '
'
I It Smith, of Grant, is visiting After some slight repairs to >\ 0 had: a splendid downpour of rain Torrillu Hnt..otit. \ Doatli.
011edllcM<1ay. Some of our pines
I this week. their
Melbourne launch
:lends in tho )party left on Sunday m
for Key West. \thichthieatencdtnbenubbiiis will be "Death was fast iippioiicblng," writes
Major\ E. Graves. the postmaster at huge I' ; enough to ship, fly the way WII Ralph; F. Forma' h.t.: of Tampii Fla' .,
bourne Beach was a pleasant visitor The Rev. 15. F Brown was tho recipIent will say for the benefit of those who describing his fearful, laceitli ..Imth."liS ,
|I itor this week.EXCllrslonK ot a purse containing $,Ar, from the think we were entirely frozen out thatwe result of (liver tumble and beaudlseaso :
I to Melbourne Beach and members of St. Johns Episcopal church, expect to have 1fnlr crop. There which hail lobbed mo of sleep I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I

I irtlo mints are the biggest attraction for Kau Uallie, as a small token of tho am so mo fields. which ate )perfect! beauties : and of all Interest Inlfo.\ 1 hud tried!
people these lovely nights. respect and. esteem with which Dr neatly every plant having lino many; ilitleiunt doctors and several med.St.Kn Ii I- .
lfY'JOg' Drown it held! all the members large I 1... Even the old Holds
by of the al'l' hayo Iclnt-s. no twtt, l1 t, until I n
1 Mm Hoi'ton. Miss Viola. Horton, Mrs. church In this mission. The Doctor quite( a number of apples and lUll semi- i to use Electric: Hitleis. So wonderful & Walton

,. B'lihamsand two children are enjoyga'itii left for Cocoa \Vednesday, last, alter tug out suckers /galore: HO there will bo was Choir t-llect, that in three days If..1t Morgan
I with their relatives ivt Fort a pleasant visit with Mr. and l Mrs. Gil plenty. of plants for re-netting. like a now mini and today, I amcnieil I ,

tree bert. --------- of all niv Ironbles. hiur.inleeil.
!R \V, Goode is about to close another -- -- Cleared Purt.'tUII.\ at Red l Cross 1'h inuiicy. 'lice f.O... i t'\l.rviJ.lo.:: FJ.oxid.o..

I'011 lc Ute deal in Melbourne, and! we Wariiliifj.You When the bolys\ cleared for action, ---- ---
rust soon to see a fine cottage on this cannot have good health unless
Dr.
Now Life Tills
by King's/ you can: I'or C'liartor. (1KOKO !MAIIX. JOiN( 1tIAnx.1VJ.A.
.
,t ion New Haven avenue. kidneys! sound for the I
| your lire kidneys tell it by the bloom ot health on tho
Mr and! Mrs, W. T. We'.ls left for the (liter tho blood! of impurities which otherwise cheeks ; tho hiightness the eves; tho Cruising yawl Trochee. For hill IkCl-

Sortli, last Sunday. Their beautiful act as instating poisons and linn ness of tho Mesh and! muscles ; the lams, eii<]'iilio\ of tho owner, :J1:3:: : cDi S.q
llelbourne home is closed for the nm- break down tho delicate organs: of the bouyancy of tho mind. Try than At :stanloy Kltclilug, Stout, Fla. bClt ,.

ier, but we hope for their early return body and cause serious trouble. If you Ked Cross 1'haimacy, 'J.'ic.; .- -
have kidney or bladder tumble and do Corner lay a'ItI'III1.I' Sts., JACK OXYIl.I.t<:, KI.A.
the fill -- ------
a not use 1 Foley's Kidney Cute, you' will MYSTERY OF OCCULTISM.
MIDI Helen Miller finished her school have only yourself to blame for results, South Rockledge. --
I,rm at ''oco.i, last week, and camo to as it positively cures all forms of kidney An liiolilriil 'Hull' t liiiiiufil Hit Vim 'V1 IOTA l ESA I I.,i.K GKOCtillS
Melbourne! to spend! some time with her and bladder diseases Red Cross of u HLt'iXlfiil. Ml udenl.

kiter, Mrs. L. A. Peek ore going to her Pharmacy E. M. llieeso's new carringo has arrived The HUltji'i-t hud tnrneil. !Ito .11"11111-111.

pome at .tylllll, :Fl.i. ___ __h_____ and It is a tine one I \\hen Iho studentlut had IKIMI listen Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

Mrs.. Frank Robertson has been spend. Lotus. Mis. Thomas ( ilbbons visited the famIly lug iitlcntlvoly. IiI l: "I WIIH HKeptiraltor l
,1glhe past few days at the home of her of J. J. Dyniock last" week. u mi in her uf yells In regard' 1 tn ( liesloileH
[ uiRliter !Mrs. (i, S. Snedeker. Mr. I heard of oi-'tillt imliiH'i>..tittints
K. .1. Tarpley visited his uncle, S. S. Local I Agents for Indian 1 Hlvui! Jit l.nkoVoith I'luonpplo' Asssoclatlon
Robertson: expects to leave on Satuiday, until I ruiuu fiuo to 1'iU'tt with -npniitlfill
>r a slImmel"s rest and vacation, Intend.ag 1>r. K.V.. Caprou left last week, to bttinson, at hliaipes, on Sunday. dt'iiiiiiiHlratliin! I right hero. In Send us ;jour ulUand I vegetables. Our facilities for handling |>ui'IshaUlui cftDUObo

to spend most of the time in Chicago. spend the summer in Albany, M. V. Work on the telephone line line temporal
;NcOrli'iiun.; A\hlili fiuixliK| me' Unit "*'|1111,1(1,1111 this maikitt.,
Everybody In this section should read ily stopped aa the poles have not
Miss Helen Miller has the following \tlnTiuro many slniiiK': luwtof 1I111111'f)
,ally party of young ladles with her In this paper if they want tho news of Indian I\lIlu'I'1 ved. t ol' ulikhvi' uro en III'fly t I"'I'III1t. tine WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

the \\'bite cottage at Melbourne Beach, Jtiver. Mis. M. C. Salmon :Miss Addle llii.s- tiny I mot u HU'iiniCi't' tin St.' I'biuli's ,

njoylng life to Its fullest extent by the Tomatoes are being shipped) from hero tel, and Noire BrIstol visited! II. J. Uoss- sliict. \\lio KpoUi' to mo IIH l'III1.IIIIII'I.y11M -

eailioro Misses Stella Mires, Mary almost dally and fair pi ices are being iter anil wifoou Tuesday. s II' he laid known me for )" 111'14. I >raying;. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.
:'oaison, Callie Minis Glbbs Fan- leali/.ed. I
Agnes Fred! Italdwin: proprietor of Oak cottage 'I 1 iirrhud. In ;Now.; trloiiiiM jostor
lie tloke Fein Gibbs. I II A. >T. Tyler left on Thursday! for Tampa Is laying/ the foundation of Mr. till)' from KiiroMbe| Hiild, mid I bad Draylngorliiitillnu; of all ) Imls piompt- Tin following are tho times of arrival

On Memorial Day, May 30th, all aronrili.illy I having,: sold his property hero to A. Vuell.e's C1)1I1I1I0.; 1'ro.111I a No. 1 mason a .4u'n ngu iiroiiionltloii tb it I would' \ I ly attended to. Meets .all tiuius. Stove .and dopaituro of piiMNongur trains.) to and

,' Invited to join in decorating/ O. Lapham, of Cocoa. Charles Cnriington and son and J. I. II o'?, t u man of jour description|,( umi I wood for Hiilo at all times from Tltnsvlllii :
,
'be of the noble who sour nulls).
gravos men wore Spraying orange /groves for rust miteis Swlnson went to Lake l'olnxettonSatur- that I ho would l aid! nn1." II. tr.. HOI.YKN.: TltiiHvlllo.IK .
faave.'EItm1.vltte
be blue and the whose remains r low rest in the Melbourne/gray the eider of the day. The orange/ day, and ret MI noil with a very huge "I I I niKhetl Mud lopllod\ that I would intprtiimliaiii IMIIIIIS *t I aiao, I'D'.
cemetery. -- ----- --
'Irinsall the ( let crop will be a !good one next winter. string of llsh.H. l bo Kind lu do unwilling In my |pnw orTo JIIOR'fllI'HUN
lowersyou can carry NOT "'A II, '!') MKK: TIIK! : WALton -
dither 11I1I1.u Nboit w o bo.mine LoIlYfI'rltllnlll" ror Jaeksonrllts II no .
it lOlllIilll'Y | a n
children come to strew the flown Richard Green who spent several T.ockhart and family arrived here I :
ann "lend their sweet voices in song months here the pant winter, left last last week and received a glad welcome good I frlondH Mini 1 were In the !'olf-I.oekllll( Tackle, lilocks at Jas.. '1'Itnsvlller"r Intannedlute Hiinfiinl, |">liitjil. t 1:1'I : p nt

VIII\ meet in Congregational church at week, a niece coming from Mississippito Mr. I.ookliart has completed the invoice h.ilnt" of seeing;: OIK'h oilier 'II Ito fro. I'ritohard /Son's stole, Tltimvlllo, Arrlvtm 'lltimvllla from Httnroril- t/anpma S.31)am:

o'clock p ni., 'Tuesday May JtOth. Let accompany him. Miss Jessie Capion of Mr. Douglass': stock. and taken possession.
,lieu toilet" those who fought:: for "Our left on Tuesday for New York, via Clyde III? son, Albert, and E. J. Tar- 01 c 'iillixm, but I only lunched lit his throughout the North. They aro
ountry Let tis rest from business Line from .Jacksonville ploy \\'IIII1KsIKt him dining the Hummer. HELP WANTEDTO
:rom i I't.. ; lua ill, stories Mud I told him I was aIIIHH titled with the Walton-Vlnton Holler
and
o'clock show our repeer A. T.. Hutch left for his home at for 'oil ID |hiM|
A reception was given at the Schoolhouse new subject a com
tor the dead Hearing-one of Hie best Inventions, in IIANDLF3:
on Monday evening/ In honor of Foil Christmas on Tuesday. Ills grandson 11..1'1.. ,' .n. Kliuiby idle any bo liuliiiodun .
A. X. Tyler, who has been superintendent ! Joe 1'nxton Jr., accompanied him. in. ,place 1113'solf niidor lilt 11111110111' ..>' tho w 01 Id. May also] bu noun lit the Gridln 's Peaches
V Creeping Death. of the Sunday school hOle for throe Mrs. Hatch will remain here until July ; umi "" "OlUl' 'porroolly ,leooptlvi',' '1') Anvoc'AlK olllc
Blood, poison creeps up towards the years Mr. Tyler Is a man loved by all soil then. Louisiana.she will visit friends In Alabama hiini'ir him I did what ho KiiKKoHlod.. --- - - - heady about Juno lilt.110() acres

.eat,, causing/ death. J. };. Stearns who know him, and It Is with egret ) ("o ,pi looil u pencil in lilY bund, and Pouches, KID acres. (ntalotipim.i Crop
'wo I'luine.lInn.: ., writes that a friend that everyone in this place sees him Charles II. lllbbiiin.l 1 Mr. Vuella went ((linconsel.iilHly. I bogs to write 0000000000000000000000000. ostliuatnil :'Ol) ) curs
reailfiiliy, CllVO.11 the neighbors assembled on to 1 Oeoanus Saturday: and 1 tntiiined\ Wo need loo
injured his- hand, which on riiphlly lu a BlrunK hand After com : expurloncod; : packing
t like blood poisoning./ ucke Monday evening/ to show their appreciation Sunday morning with l n inolb.( turtle and IIOIIHO men, whit o ; umi I '.'(Hi pickers. and.
Hint I signed the lust
plelintC \ / /
Arnica him who has been faithful PIIKOS
i Salve drew out the poison, to so :great/ many eggs Mr. V. was busy on [JOB i Mold I men, whlto or colored. Apply,
In hU duties in the Sunday! school PIIKO' wllli u naiiio I had Mover hoardbof'i. I
lealed lti0| w: iend, and saved his life. Monday: giving: away a portion of the 'lllIt QjJ'Cfr Utlng uxpRilonco, to
lot t.n. the world for burns and sores* turtle moat to his many neighbors. HtraiiK/ forte oompi'I .
:r cat lied Cross: l'ellII" I know not. It Just 1If''ulI'llhllt, THE CRIFFING FLORIDA ORCHARD C0.
Pharmacy. Nolce Bristol Misi\ Addle Bristol and .
White City. I must write. AH thU. tune my frlen.I Iwas
Mrs. Mary Dalton' left for their summer JACKhONVIM.K, FfA.Hodgson .
home at Illllsdale. X. V. Monday.. si-aiming tho P11"got eagerlyhoii" .
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Eau Gallie. \Ve to have such,' h,. titw the inline at the eml III! ill teteil I Inn
regret /good people I I
understand that E (J. Justafseu .
We leave us. They carried homo some ripe i 'Lunation of .xiirprlsu. J5ros.
has purchased fJeo. Heck's horse and muskmelons from Mr. Salmon's garden.! 'I "Id 1 you ever know (hut iniinV hontkeil PRINTING
buggy.
AR4H,. r \1nnnSOV-1'ut'sarAN; A.NI flU!,- It. J. Kossiter\ and wife left, this week \ oiiKoi'ly." KAUJAMIK: :, INDIAN RIVER FJA.
>"s Eau: Oallio, Florida Tho little child of Mr. Howard's: who home "I I told l him I did 1 Mot .
for their summer on !Macklnao' leland
..
-- was quite ill last week, Is rapidly< Im Mich. They will visit' friends In '\\" that man wan my 'j'mi rest : Marine Hallway.

Sumner weather for the past week. proving.Mr. Atlanta, U..i., and\ Oberlln {J., en route. friend\ lie was owned teu years : :, : OF Af.L IOSII'i General Merchants' and Ship Chandlers.

The base ball match on Saturday last, and Mrs. Oleaen of Jacksonville, \Vo hope the change of climate will Improve ng > III the, China HCII!' : : .Special' Facilities.
roved a Waterloo for our boys Is visiting/ Mrs. Oleaen's parents and Mr. Mrs.I U.'s health, for she has been "V The Olesen's brother at this place. In \poor health of Into.Ueorglana.. l/'tti-i. I hud. written was mi oorlo. nt EXECU'f1tlJ tot Hauling Out, Stem-lug'and Repairing

thitingit;Misses:Melbourne:Mime, of beach Bonaventure: this week.are Don't fall to attend tho Literary, fair iloHciiblnx life In the Hplrlt. land, : I : Yacht. and Launches.

Thursday night June 1st. The pro. and you can Imuiiliiu the Interest with
: mUaI'I.Y: : Mention the Anvooxrit when writing.
newer"foes h C. Hodgson/ la a ,: her gram In preparation will b-i line. whMi I rend It. It took me several .
pine -- - -- - --
finished in Georgia and ..Iato Mho, .It -
'arotehedCapt.'' at the rooowr from the strange : :
] gathered
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Our young people F. \V. M union, who fiat been seriously ; all AIt'I'I.iTIUAI.r.'rr .\ ,
home of O. J. Arnold, Saturday night, of It nml slruo Unit day I ItllvnU"I' ..J.L. DIU13 LEY
.
.i I. 11I.\ lit slowly Improving. I r rc ,
II.
Andrews of TIbbala has inado :
''IJ, Q: In honor of Miss Dora Albritton s birth. mother exierlmont| or at
rate r "this"P :Dixie, hauled out on Ilon son's day. :Miss Albritton Is a relative of Mr. Arthur Sims left, Saturday, for a visit t"II'I'II'.J'| to delve Into the mysteries of : and with 1)IS1'ATChf.: TITUSVILI.K, KLA.

week. Arnold. and resides there.A with home folk at Augustine.. 001-iiltlsm. However I'ui a Uriu bo I Contracts. for all kinds of Painting: Killnonilnlng .

'.ner.'Ins'' 1 uinch, Wynona, (I. F. Paddison, very enjoyable moonlight party was Ezra 'simmons and wife loft, Saturday llcM'i. In the existence of natural law 0.0.' ,.. . ; Staining, )Finishing and PaperHanging

lit "i" out for friends on board l9, the one last Friday evelng, at the homoof for their summer home In Kenosha, Win.Mrs. ah"iii which wo know absolutely noth. : .1.. ,.. : i at the most reasonable price
with a party of on I. Christensen, In honor of bis birth -SewOrkm.na'11ntes. -ilett1.wrelt. ' consistent with good l workmanship,
Chambers and Mrs. Kate Carter JI 1' tAll
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Jae. Nicholson' There being no mosquitoes, tbe refreshments : OUR STOCK OF L : ,
of day.
still
Melbourne, Is were out driving, Friday, calling on Mrs '- ---
w1oci'11e'1 with .nr. Near in the artesian were served outside much White and Mrs. IJughen.A. I' 1is I I Work on the East Coast
veli bui,, ,ee55. .10 the pleasure of all. Rural Delivery NotesIn r : . STATIONEHY' . I I : ;
L. Bruner began, Monday\ to build '
SolicitedLet
The 1.117.10 I ,' made Mel'loren' 'The White City Improvement Club < < : !: Cmll'r.ETJo:. I : Especially -
' a flying/ trip to a dock and boat house at the I.yman f I
''as- Miss has selected a plan for a $1W clubhouse Herbert I.ee of Kansas I I me know what you want and get my .
1 } Sunday place for City. 1S!>7, when the rural service wasstarted
lgreon Detail being YOU ARE! INVITED : I
aro :
hall. '
e lo< and Klngan were on and town I I I estimate on It. Prompt .attention
>i enl.Tite', prepared, and the building will\ be com Quite H crowd of young people from | on prohntlon,1130,0A wan deem glen to all work. a

menced In the latter part of July or a. Indiauola attended church here. Sunday ell mitllclent for' Its trial. During"' : 'CO I X/WEC'I'/ IT. I I : -- - -___?____?. -- --- j jJ
. ''lnie on Saturday evening last, the pineapple season U over evening., We hope they will all come Ih'lti!I year that ended June 30 I.II! I I .. !
", II attended soon as : I : .......................... !
Melh' otheruadjacent - ---- again. nearly' $13.WKfKM wn expended 1 ("r i '
.-., al.'J!i"n" aOfI points Dorothy and William Allen were sent rural free delivery.An :
\ ,
represented. Saved By Oynamite. THE YONGE & CLINE CO
.r j
to their home In Uooilall, Saturday. Illlnolif. rural free delivery ''sr ; EAST : ,
?wileu"'l/'e' l'KUt'! nights of the past week Sometimes a tlamlng city Is saved by Their father was much, better, and the tier wh'Jjrout" U over fairly I1<"f >fl
excurllonlsts and plLr. dynamiting a space that the. fire can'tcross. little folks were glad to go home after OCA LA, KLA. y,1
': tl.) the' ocean beacn- Several turtles Sometimes, a cough hangs/ on so their long visit with relatives. roads til lining a motor cyolu In hU i i ii '.
"clued.J. long you feel as If nothing but dynamitewouid work with foul succesi. COAST : /SELL' :
cure it. 7.. T. Gray of Calhoun, II. K.IfughesandA. I,. Hruner finished In Missouri. there are now over I .vifi
H vacotta l on the new wife nl their work on the church last I : "ONLY THE BEST" :
a
nllr'' OYounK Ga., writes: "My averyaggravated rural free delivery ourrierx Thei i
on street.. Thecoming .'rl'l.11. Tbe Improvement cost about "
; bee awake I
V Qll:trr: n..: i j. already taken for the nights.cough Two: physicians which kept. conld not help $T:, and adds much to the appearance of coin from $-4';''' t<) $72O: a year i ADVOCATE i : high grade :

el\1ion. the church and the comfort of those .
The her, so she took !Jr. Kings Xew Disco who attend. Illch a....... for Ibe Cabbace.The : '"fao" O..olln_ t.n.ln.. : '
now and colds
I ice factory building U show. for consumptloL cough richer the for the eater

.::above[ la beingdpusheduon' :, as fast It.oe'a'hh2 as. ery and which Hnally eased cured her cough her" gave Strictly her sleep iclen-, I :1OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sale bARB plants the ground better crop It will i PRINTING OFFICE. i :. "U.I.\ AectyUn MaeKlncry.t Un. I'UulVowlworkliiff :: \1 1

bring. The
this seesthis
at office. plant from
anti! hi Cheap grown
tide cure for bronchitis grippe.At : Repair and Pip. Shop. e
\,- ';. rbarmacy. price i/JC aDd spring should be net a* soon .* tbo . .
u,...I' .. Roesch has laid out the grounds Red Guaranteed Cross trial bottle free. JOn PRINTING done at this office. ground can be made fit. .......................... .......................... I Il
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moat of tlioHoln till* .state <1 ) not con- --- Florida cast Coast

tine\ tliPiiirirlveH to the milking of butter Railway:

but make )butter only as a menus.

of utilizing! urn-plus mill soil mont of Ioca1 Time Card No. 62. In Effect 11
their product' tin iTcniri' or Ire rreum.Tlio April 1gp

selling' of the products of creamerics -

for ITPIIIII, nml Ire cream rather SOUTH-BOUND-READ. DOWN. MORTN-BOUND-NE5D ,tiP

tlinii the! iniildtiB or It Into butter hnnemtbled ', I
( the fiirmer to realize better j No.' 99 No. S3 STATIONS NG.7B.Ho.I, 98

r' '. t 1' a r prlci-M .11mn would lie obtained, other- Dally DalJ,. Pally. out.
t ,
wlm I'omp'PIIIIIPrl\ <>H of the state Fe 0 001.( 0 4Oa LY __.r"00..1II..... ....?_. AI'"T 7 OOp H t
GOOD POTATO ICS Yr, ,t that lmvi. intidc'" nil of th..lr' products r Cyst a 01 j> II 48 a" ."_.80. .Jaokeonvllle.....,..... L. e tap 5 fj
111 1 6161) 10 66. to __8t. Auguallno._?.. ,.. s tup' 7 4ii,
i UBI.NO FANCY PRICES Into hatter. l.uve hi-en 1'111fJult" sue e 63 p 1139 a w _._.H..tlnp..H.___ 4 tap 6 40
To grow* larva crop ol enrid poutoni, till reMHfull.v. while iniiiiy hale been a dlMnpT 7 10 i> 11 00 a _._..._. .. l'.l&tlt80..M.. 434p 6 .18

4 ar>M must eonuiln plenli< il.l.nf i r4 POWKIIJomatnea.molonn. ,lurnlpn. tenon >olnriiient' to .the, farmers and eonld :! I'fijii'j P 1216 p Ar ...__Pnl/itka ...?_'M''''''' L.T ";4"'i 10 pi 0", "?
( 1)y hcrr .. Falatka .................. ',.
n'Hrl, all VMietuf 1. i< n largo quunli4ka not hold .ihelr/. 1>1I11'1I1I1I1.t''IIIIMe/: of the t u t OC _6fSpit55aLv_ ? Ar 6Dup a ,
.
ol 1'nuslt trum OK) :oil. bupply --
low prices pulil for milk.-C. T. Donne. ONT3 8 :95 P a OOP AI' ..._.._.... Sun M M>o??_.?...? Lv 210P.( r
I I ,I Potashllhrrally -- :a 10 p 8 OOa L". ...._........ San Mutoo......_._... AI' a as 1'1| 7 '.11 :::'

K..ff. a 1'h'l ration IVd 1 to milieu at one C3 H 031 p 1.2 H P ?.____Bu0 ulle........___ ., 8 44 p G.,. ;'
hy the linn nf firtlllirm conloinlr now 8 lopl48iti: > .. "......_.._.Dupont...._.._ 3 7p 0 291
J MO/ lips /*.." ID per cent actual ....I..li.Heller of tlio. liirK/ I.oiilHlnna. sugar factories 0'\' N 41 p i T p" .?_.._. Ormond ..._?_. a. 8 lOp 4 GDseep -
14' l and morn irufiUtUlg yicki. ara lur., lulollow. consists of eight pound of corn and 0\ / 185p "..._..._.. Dayton".._..._. "a 8 OOp 407 ? ....
9 114 p 1 61 P .,_...__Port Orange...._.._... .. a eop "jf, .J"1Jj'
Our pnmphtctii ir. nnl adverllitinir( circular cob l meal I I. two pounds of coftnll..p..l' tt MpU 2 10 p AI' .?._.._...Ne" Smyroa..._?..... 3 SOp 4 L'. e :.
boomltiK UMiclal Icrlilnen but lonwin valuahln ,
i inlormntiiin Wnta In .Urmer belie Iris let Ilia meal. eleven pound of molnnMpM' nmlfifteen C > 21 a 5 44 p Ar ....*...._ Lake/ JUoien. .._?....,. L". 1:1: IS P e u> )
} S j .IuQII. now.GERMAN pounilM' of pea Vine huy the costlicllitf 10 34 a 8 Blip .. ...._.....-.Oi-ansrn City ....._..._... .. 1JU5 p 04 .,
KALI WORKS ) 14.r rents' per' 11<'11<1. It Is fluted. .:: 10 41 a 4 OOp .' .......Oraota City Junction....... la: so pAr a 43i I
t !New York- J Naaa.u StreatorJ --. 0
J 'I Atlanta, On._.X South Broad St. that thin ration him diminished the rout VIA i-1) Lv a TOP 4 0.1 nsua C
of feeding tin mule one-hnlf anti at 2e 19 00 P J Blp ..._.........Oak 11 111...._.......... 1 64 p i .,
10 U p a SOp ..................Tttuavllle..........?.. 1 lop 3 Oil) III
.. the name/ time Improved their lienlrti. Tri-Weekly Sailings 2rt _.
-- -- - - -- '-- . . -- -
.. II 00 Ar..._....._.....aanrnrd..__...__L" 10 00 a 10 00 II 0
HOTBED FRUIT AGAIN. --- -- ...... LT .........?........Siinfur.................. A. ......... 000 n" =

( t I ''I To Curo a Coil In One Day BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK 10 89 L. ...?......... Tltullville"_'__ L. 1 15 P -3 00 -i
? I Horn' Good Mfhciiit*..Why Not Try Take I..AXATIVK Jtno.vo QUININK Tab. andh 11 1s ..._..... .OOCO..M..._......... .. la st p 21:1": ".1a .,
l i On.. of Them Thin Mennoii lets IJrugKlHtN: refund/ the money If it'aU Calling at Charleston S. C. U U 22 ..__ ltocklmlgo.' ._.__ .. la so p if nIL :
I ) .. .. .J
1 A3 _...._.XI\11 6..111eH___. 11 68 a 1" ,
to E.V.. Orovo's
," 1 Avery pnifttcnl' liotlx-il, mAY IIP eon- euro. Hlgnature t;( a 11 OB ...Melbourne..__...- .. 11 18 a 1 34 ,ila 3
( xtructp'l for In cuuull Intacb box. 2.'c.; Ked Cross Pharmacy The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service c 1161 ..t? ... .....+"bfa.tlan M__ 11 04 a 61 ,
line n garden - .--. ._ 1 III ..?_....._Ht Lao/e....._.......... .. 10 U a 12 Uar' \\I)
The )boil Blmulil, lio ilaci'il( In the south 0. 1 05 a.-. .. _........._.Tor' 1'11'1"00"M 10 nt a 111 Bit ] N
4 "r soutlieimt Hide of a (fence or building .Jo1> I'rlutliifr. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. A* a 18 _...._._YIbbale....___... .. 1111 n II )2 '0
t 28: a _._..._.Eden ......_ ......_ II 2B a 11 1-
1 ,1 'Where It will tic firotci'tiil. from north })o not forget the fact that at the An- Direct Service Between O> 4 38 ....._..........Jensen......_._._. II 21 a II 13 I t)
'winds and rec('lvi the full direct 2 80 .. ..........? ......Btunrt.........?.... ..1 0 11 n 11 04 i i =
rays' VOCATR office, Tltusvllle, wo do job Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 8 on ... .....H.... Robe Him nd .............. .. M U a 110 M>
I ''y ,)if the mm. IIIIt) n .trench ol<()itH>nIncliot printing of all kinds. neatly, cheaply and 55j 8 97 .. ..._.Wen.JupINTWeit ...........?.. ; : 4a1019 ,,
i ,;, deep l | and n n \vlili,> and long n* expeditiously. Letterheads, ) Notebeadi (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) < 4 U4 .....__ Palm Beach......._.. .. (8"I I' I Bty
..
.. 1
i 4 S3 M..?_..........Boynton ........?...,?? 7 20 aI\ 18 1w I
I iibo HI1.p| of the Ned 1 deNir011 Koiir HilI heads, Envelopes Tags and all other SEMI-WEEKLY 8AIMNO8 .. 7 1U II 3r
by kind Southbound.... ..... . ... .. .. .. .. . . .. .. ... . . . .. ... ... .. ........from Lewi Wharf, Booton J 4 43 .. ..._..M..M D..I.lly..M..._.. 6 14 a II OS", .
: a
10 ............ LIlIot.l'dale..............
37 .F'
B a lp
.tx frt U MiinVlcnt t.lnke:
11141111 fly .. .. .
n . .. . ... .. .. ,.
Northbound , ..,from foot of Catherine Street, Jaclcaonrlll .. 610a
- --'- ft 16 alit 30 p .._........... Danla.' ......_.?...... NOa ,
frame of lionnlM .that will set In the WORKING PLANS. d ass 10" 4.1 p ...............H Ilandnla.] ..?........... .. 0 lISa 7 141 I
t !1J '.. !north nlili 1 IcuvliiK om fast aliorv .the .21aii07p> .........M... LumnnUlty............ 6840 71,11\, I
; Clyde St. Johns River Line. e5Ja1117pAr .....H' ......M.M 1II11.ml M................. X.T 51Ja: 7201 I
\ "'f'' surface of the ground ninl Huuth. side| | 'Tfcer Call For Urn In. llrawnf.rlt ad - -

P11 I:, but nix IlId,,'" nliovi' HIP Kroiiml. -Htovk' KuUlilK I. the Word (UeBary Line.) Dally Dolly
J Ex.Hun.. 1 Xx I
I, -" J J I Cover the top with u sash (.', made All the immure should bo raked up BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. HOMESTEAD CXTCNfilONLT IlIuII. I
,I''4l'l\', with 8 by 10 glass, Mil the Ixil 1 with and hoimeil. Stopping at Palatka Astor St. Francis. Herenforil (Demand), intermediate landIng - -
,. or pruned. The drainsUcou0d on the St.John' River I 45 a......, ... .,.... ...........Miami.................... AI'I......... 6 00 |
f j one foot or roilrHI liorm niMiitiri1. A.t'J' the barn Bud Hhed should all t 00 a.......... Ar ...... .........HoniKnteaU................ Lr ........MI 1 4" I
i! ; jwhlch linn been rurisl under, nhelter .be cleaned out befme 'thu heavy spring STEAMERS: "CITY OP JACICSON1'ILLE"1e :
appointed to mill a. fi>lli>w"i LeaveJ1wkemvilleSntnniayaTuosdayeandThureduy., : '
; ruin net h). Above nil thliiK' see that at at.1:: p. tu. ItBturnlnjt. Inava Sanford, Mondays, \Veiliiumluya No. 23 Nn 21 No. 19 No. 17'! No. II NO. 20 No a No 21
\ C your terraces are repaired, In all broken und Frlilaywat Ui3U a. m.SlIlltllHolllKl : Dilly :in' lay Sunday Sunday l Dally MAVPORT BRANCH. No. 13 Sunday Sunday Din
" Ex Sun Cn.y I Only. Only. Ex Sun Dally. On Only
1 y. EiSu4

: '' .., '.r.t'\ : place. Many*. funnel neeiii/ to think when Re IM1 down SCHEDULF. NortbHounilIteml III|>. e 1e'I' '1 41 011 P 1 II 30.I !00 a i Lv ....... kltOnvJlJe......... Ar en UOOi33n I \ ,!
liI'I'1,1, ...I.t; .-..'.) .(-It\) '8.V-:! .': ." .\ ..';" Leave 3 :'HI 1'.11I. ... . .. .. .. ... . . . ..Jarknonvlllai'ulatka . . . . ..... . . ., . .. rrlve' :ii 00 a. m o 05 J .1 61 11/2/ : on PI\ :UHn I \I OH u Ar ...... .A.J Jaukitrmvllle." ..... Lv a 11 Bin 7 107i
1 -' ....i. ",""<"C. .'.. .' they run u terraee their work I"* ended.Tbey I LeaveI/ 4R p, sat .... .... . . ... . . .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. . I.eave. 8 CO p. int 6 io I, 7'14 PI' 40 p 10 10 a 9891\ ....... .. Ui'iich........ .... 7 BO all son s ''II. :a
i :i' .. .. :; : want a self """,tlllllII, : ::. ever maintaining Leave a 'on a. 111. .. .. ... .. .. . . . . Antiir8t. . . .. . .. . . . .. Leave 3C p. in 8 n I I' 7 31) |I'I 45 1,101619140"| .. ...... .. lu DnltCb..M. .. 7 Lan 11 11 ., ) i 0'
':.;-,:: ,.. ..:::-:1: -.w... ..l Leave 4. 30 a, m. .. .. .. ... .. . ... . . . Knincla .. . . .. . . . .. .. Leave 2 00 p. Ill :! 0 1'1 411 a no p lu m: a 10 "0.. Mnvport 'ao nil no n 4" illININSL'LAR
: terrnce. \Ve don't know of. anythliiK Leave .. . . . .. . .. .rlerealoril (oLand) . . . . . . .. .Leave IlMlp.an.
t :J SECTION so I Ininiortitl 1 except trouble) and Arrive B 30la m. . .. .. .. . . .. . . Smfor; . . .. . . ... . I..aveI. \ 30 a. in.
OP 1IITIIKI BHO\MN HOJL.RDII Wants A.rlveoOOa.lII.: . ... .. ... .. .... ....Enterprise. .. .. .. ..... . ... . ...Leave 10 oo' a. m. t r : : AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.Co .

y / forked over u mimtn-r. of tlniex to So !build up till broken plaeeti. lu your Gen'I Passenger and Ticket Office. I 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
Jnauru: UK being of the muni' HIIOII HIIthrouKliout.
,i terrace with' nx-Ks. that should be reuioveil ,;c Connection Made at Miami with Steamships ol the P. &: 0. S. S. Company Fo
( 1'1'1111I11 down nollilly on r. M. IRONMONGER, Jit., Aunt. Oen. Fase. Aict. ua: Want liar 8t..JackMonvllle. Fla.
> from the surface, or I If they are W. G. CUOPKtt. Jr., Looal Frt.AKt. Janksonrllle C. P. LOVEI.L, Superlntgndent, Jackaonvllle
(the bottom of the htMl l. and, putting on '''ot Hogan St., Jacknnnvllle, .'Ia.A. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
.* he ansh, allow It to reniuln/ about four not 1 plentiful or don't seem to miMwer O. HAOKKTY. Onn'l Kaafn 1'an. Ant. New York. CL.YU1S MILXR:, (O.". Frt. Ant., New York.
put Itermmlu Krims In tlium. It will TIIKO. O. KMKK: : D.neral Mitnaitor.. WM. P CLVI!: I3fl., General AgenM.CheaehroiiKb .
1'+ '((lays until the beet heath utnl agate/ HulldlnK, III State St., Oppomta Battery Park New York.
hold) forever ninl prevent soil from Thorn Time Tabon] show the "
your timo at "bleb trnlnn may ImeicpnctAd to arrive.I.no! t tepa
ifooU ti> (K) dpKiet Then put in nix C. II. WALTON. Agent, TltiiHvllle.! 1 1JAtlantic \. from tha several atatli. , .
/ going "to Join the, lirlinmlni river." na. bll their arrival or departure at the time* at'e,1 t 1).t t gnmni\
t VIA/ .llnch ti of rich mill U. Handy Ion in U . n.r In this Company to be held re.ponelbleforany delays or any couaa -- ---- -- -- -- -- - - -- -- -- - -
If all your hill land( I 114 not terraced,
'
ft (IIJC11t. but n dRY loll, with Hiind JIlIoJ.1'Iund
terrace It lit onre, b. mixed, limy lie 1111",1.! Do not pink For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
)ttbe toll firmly, but nllow it to remain not properly run niaUe your ehnngcHnow Coast Line 9 .
whllo the ile On A Jinn ., open lnytM' ICIIIII rover tho
),I r |fool and nllow It to roniiiln u day or crop l-i: not pressing upon you. __ J. D. RAMMER. Asst. den'l PaI.5. Azt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

..
a
Mllccra.lal Saock Ilslalnir.
M ---- -
,!two until the noiln\ thoroughly wuriu-
,1. ''i ,.,. land the teiiiiH-rntiiro even. I'lunt Stock raising I I.* a higher form of The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets

seal farming tliiiu cotton ruining. Diversity sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November
I tie lu rows four to nix Inchon on Southern
lapart. Cover lightly anil, water thor lu farming not Duly give u* more Railway

oughly.I money, but It awakcm more Intelli TO THIS KAST.

!a I 111 attending n bell of this kind give gence. Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Itlchmond and Washington, thence EFFKCTIVK
Bt all the Sllll possible nnd when the There are HC; tiered all over the Mouth via the Pennsylvania Railroad APRIL 10, lOOff. '

uiun full. directly upon the Mash, 1'111,01 thousand of farnirt which are' especially Two Vestibule Trains .:alt. No. 34I| : o. 20 NORTH AND WEST. .. .

)ono edge: a few InrhoM to allow the air ndapted to stock raking: Home oil account TO THU AVKST. Lv ..lurkiwmvlllu.v . . .. So Hy n 21111 I T WpII I.v jHcknonville. .' a. . ", I\' 4
to rhaiiKO. Avoid allowing the cold of their hilly nature.. Home by The Louisville & Nashville, \'Montgomery.. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Jeaup..... .. .. . .". tl Milt ) 4'li'| Lv .lemip, (U, . .. .. . I.J
[ Lv Savannah .. "' : > II IfaU Ar UA oAr
ute to blow dlrortly upon the plantM.Vatprheuvlly being covered with Iterniud.1 grn( tN, Columbia: :: ., : :: :::: :: :: X14 4 :411)Sap:|: Olla A r Macon Atlanta. Ga, . :: :: :"
i' \ rather Homo by their ciiiirbritkt, etc. 'ro Til( EAST VIA STKA3ISHIL'. A.r Charlotte ... .. .... ... .. 10 '11"\1| I II O.lHn Ar Rotate" a. 5
( thlllr"'JUI'lIl1y\ Ar Oreenhoro. .. . . .... . .. 12 MM KiSJlip\> ArJ."ltlln.ja... .. .. ... . . ,
ti wonklntc the Krotind ut li-nst once u To successfully nilse Htock a farmer Via Savannah and Ooean Steamship Company fur New York PhlLideldhla, Bos Ar Danville ... .... . . .. . .. 3 oat, Chattanooga., Tenn. .. ... "j
('week or on frequently 1111 the surface must not KO Into It to vaelllrtte, with ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington: and Baltimore. Via :Savannah Ar ItTchmon'e_-5sa tlVi2p' Ar Lexington; Ky . . . . 'I-t .s5

t liecon >dry. Stir the mirfuce Moll fre- every rl("e and ileprcMMlnu, of the mar and Merchants'' and Miners' Transportation Company for Halt( Ar I.yiiohliuric .... ... .. .. a. "4 la "4 2Op Art.lnelnnatl.1I . . ... .: ,j 4,
mont and Philadelphia.TO Ar CharlntteHvllIe.... .. .. .. .. II 02 U L* Cincinnati O. . ... Ittg! F' "'
'
ket. Sticking: to hilt biHlncM I prudently, lllpU '
UI .jipiMaitly, and do not allow It to bake Ar Wanlilnirton . .. .. ... .". U4'ia" 'Nip ArChic-Kge,.JII.. .._ _. 11
( pate 11l\rll'Akl'. 1 Kci'p It louse enoughfor :: tho "downs" do not discourage him ArHaltunure.... .. .... .. 1111"" II 2111'( |) t.v'Inelnnal1.4). . . .. Pn1.111u1' ' t
and, the "ups". find him ready to seize KI3Y WEST ANI IIA\'AS-A.:: ArWo.trhdadelplda.. . ., . .f.. 14.11)| :3 3T>p A r (;I.lcl1po.11. .... . '
!the tender plants to push through .. ., .
all their 11I1\1ll1tUI Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. ArNewY..rk. .. . 4_Up .4 6 :maNo. LvClncID .all.O.. . . . . -ell..O i iM q
I he mirfaiv.otne upon Ar Chicago, IllCincinnati . . . .... .. .. I.II..<,i "
$ plants reiiulrn morn heat than Thr ....t....... ------ -- - "> 84 Tiillman-"New York and I Florida Express"aily Lv OA . .. . .. . .C I Ir.,. n a:
Port
.:>others and tho J bed> must he kept| moro' "'(' have never HIVII an Ideal pasture Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points aiupit nail 'oraWlnf.Hoom eilngCnr York. r Toledo, II . .. . r
Arlatndt, Mloli. :.:.: ::.. .. i iI.v 1'\1
rudlsjii-H In the Mouth.Vo the best we -Ou.3'I-"WaKblnKtonlln.l Florida. Llmltml. .
i-JoHoly covered. Lettuce and Hiippom ,
.. .. . ", '
>ally Pullman Drawing Kooin Car Cincinnati, OAr '. . . I. "
ncumbi>rn reijulro\ about) 115; to Ho de- ever HIIW would not score more than MIL.KAGK TICKUTS.Interchangeable ttckiioiiville to New York. Sleeping 1'lttnbnrK.!, Ps."" ." o. . v

1 .iKreca, while tomatoes, meloim, etc, 73::; per Cell tOur mileage; tickets !good over 13,000 miles of among the principal LvCmrmnad.O. ... .. . . . HIIIF. :'r ,,'rThmngh JLvL5xln.tonFy :
paufnres' nhnnld IH sown with southern sale the "THE LAND OF THE 8KV" No. 31: ArClovHnM, o .. .
should bi kept at n higher! temperalire. railroads I in the states, are on by principal agents. I .

1, t blue grass' bur clover, white clover), , For reservations and Information apply' ti> agents! of the A. C. L., or write, I.vla.'kAu\.v'lIo.la.' ... . . .....So. Ry 7 asp Louisville! Ky,......... ..... 8,01 t! f...
People who want just a few plants leapednnd" Iterinud.i. If you bnveUermuibi BOYLSTON' DUt. Pass Agt. W. D. STARK Trav. Pass. LV' Savannah <2a. ... .... .. .. . . .. .. 1-2: l.-ia Ar Bt. J..a. Mo. .. .. .. .. .
FRANK C. Agt.
ArCnhlll1hta.8.C. .. . ... .. .. .. " I\llOn\ ( Ar-"nnIAlo Atli.- . '4
f.r the early homo ttanlen without tho you can .sow n mixture of till> ii8; West flay St.: Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Ar ArhrvflleNO.. .. . .. .. . . .. .. 11101' ArBlrminUhsmAla, . . . 111'ArHutSpring..3..C '
', trouble of a hotbod, nuch nn the foregoIng other over It Bud wratch with subsoil' H. M. EMERSON, Tratbo Manager W. J. CIIAIU, Oeu'l. Pass. Agent .. .. .. . .. " :l371' MeinpbiH.Tenn .. .... .. . F'lt', -.IVa.il
WILMINGTON N. c. Ar Knoxvllle, Tenn. . . . . .. .. .. " n') IHIn Ar ...,. .... . F
deHcrlbeil by American ARrlcultur- plow or narrow scooter. Louisville. .. . ... .. .. .... . ... .r HBO" -Kannuacily.-- - -- .
flat, can take advantage of a hint from All the above. .plaiiN,' lint too closely ---- ..- --- -- -- -- -" -- ----. -- - .. __. A. St. LouU. ... .. ... . .. .. .. ... .> 4 /IWp Memphis, Tenn. .. . . . . .'
,t rtho Braille\ source, portrnypil In the seer Krii7i>il. will resell 'themselvi' Such a rClnclnnutl.fi, .. ... .... ... ...., .).,'tC: 8 I...* Hot Bprlnpt. Ark0.13"The . .. . .. ... . -

and cut This. wluiplo arratiKoment inliept pasture' properly) put In will be a thingof SE.A-BC>.A..I it.I> XI). 30-Daily Pullman Tirawlnff' Room and l veatlhuletram.thronghday\ : Florida tedconchsua, :l ,ilIKtl I:

I within dixjrs.Mnko profit beauty and Joy "'\'{'.-Tdl- InlTet'lnctnnatl.Kxcvllent Sk'i'plmj. Car between Jarktonville and man BleepliiK. Cars, Jui'ksonvlllu tc, .

P; a box of one Inch board. six tor G. !'. Ilnnulcutt In Southern: Cult! No. 13-Pullman Drawing.'nnt SI. ,,' tf'"J
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR It ; I
Inches deep, two and a half feet wide vator. : Dining Car Service I and between Kansaa" JarkKonvllle City. filrmlnglmn; '
_. _
ninl four foot

10111:.with n tight ..- AKRIVAI..S AT JACKSONVILLE

II ''W matched liottom. 8AVANNAII, COLUM1UA, CAMDEN, SOUTHEKN PINES, RICHMOND\ From New fork Washington etc. -Xo. St, "Wanhlngton' and Florida' Limited1 ., ....-
A tone corner From ;New Yo.k. Washington, etc-No.M, 'WaHlungtoii and Florida Express'. ""
bore n holo for WASIIINOTON, BALTIMORE, rillLADELPHIA, NEW YORK \ From Cincinnati Ashevlllo .tc-So; 29 "WanhinBton and Florlila Limited" ,

drainage.I Kill From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta etc.-No. 14,"Florlil Limited" .. .. . .

ii flrJLd this box with . Two Elegant Trains Dally ,
four inches of y ST. O. IjTJS33CT: 1>18t. Pass. Agt.,

mellow If necessary, rich\ Roll.stir ..tr Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville. F '


d some fertilizer 8. II. HA RDWICK, P. T. \(., Washington! D. C. '\ H. TA\'LOE. 6.I'. A. tt aaha "

with it before It. MODERN PULLMAN :}:QUlP ENT. BROOKS MOROAX, A. O. P. A. Atlanta. Ga.

1 I.* put Into the .
box. Settle tho ON LY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans -

soil by slinking S

removing allA For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent MalloryLines
rORCINd: TRAY IX |UI11H Illlll wastePOSITION. Seaboard, or writeA.

matter and covor -

1. < the surface smoothly with about nn O. MACDONELL, As t. Gen. l'atts. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON Puss. Agt.JACKSONVILLE. _

rt Inch of fluo !mlld.'lIt..r the soil thoroughly J6tH : FLORIDA,

R by pprlukllnj the surface with r SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRKSS. .. .. STEJMSH1PS
- --- --- ---- -- ---
-
n tine spray using care not to wash
vat tbe $nnd.f 60 YEARS' Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the '

I'lupi the box: before n window upon Tor your Protection FOLEY'S EXPERIENCE -NO OVERCROWDING

4 I ;a; frame inailc of two inch pleves. Allow I.
it to remain lu tho nun two or wo place thin. label on ereryluxckago IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY: GUARANTEEf"* .

three ilnyn until the soil Is thoroughly, of Kcott'n EinulHlon.Tlio 4 imivuinui ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed: tbe number,.' riu:

Wane\ then phtiit the m> tl* In rows man \vltuaflshon" hU, back or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers I'' a

I Ilb..11t tll......> Ineliex apart and d vp l.s our tI' tle-lII1Uk, and, It la a HONEYMDTAR' service and attention.

'' \t ot'lIt'1l1\fb\ to tll' below the layer: of 'mi ml. guarantee that Scott's KmuK TRAOC MAA"S

1 I Tilt. the box townnl, the unllKlit. Berg: i> loll trill do all that la claimedfor The original COPYRIGHT DESIGNS Ac.Anton. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY
- -
the surface wrll tni>l"ti>inil, but not It. Nothing letter. for lung, *M>nrtln ulielrh. mid dmerlptlnn mar See Schedule
.I. I' uoiiKh to I-HU4I* ilrnliiiiu-i' wiitr to run throat or bronchial trouble la LAXATIVE cough remedy. InW"n.r..n. / .,P''b..h'V nw. our' p.t.ntaah opinion .free.. Cnmmunlwttnn.atrctyrondd.ntlal. whether, *n ( of Ships In Florida Times-Union;

f throtiKb tho !"oll Tim temperature Infant or ndult. Scott's Emulsion l. HANDBOOK <"> patent LOWEST HATES
TNEW
.ant no- "1<'_" ....."" far YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTB
naunne pat.nta.Patenta
j, should I not In- 1111<"' ..-..1 to fall below Is one of the greatest fleahl.utMen The genuine taken II'.....".. MUIIU A Co. rvcvlT
that of tin .,....., H.tlr*. wllhmil char.. la th. Including dellghttul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
known to the
t ordhulry llln;: r."m. medical FOI.EY3 HONEY and TAR Is laT r

'et -- wont!. II, B .llow cktge. Refuse .ub.Utu..... Scientific JIm rfcan.A FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

Th. lr........,. Kor Ire C..am. 1"11 awed yos a aampfa 'rHo ti ndtf>mlT llhmtn t H] w_fel7. J..rv.it etrmlnUon .> Through tickets sold *
The Prepared only by *f any .rientia' 1.>aunt Term.. 93v a to all northern polnta. For full Information regaru.3
crmo !
Im'tntry: Maryland: & BOWNE 49.r.wrTork.a Ply Camp.n r t f'Mir lunnib < tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns tickets etc., apply t*
SCOTT Chloah. 3618 4
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JACKSONVILLE.HOTEL : .
COUNTRY HIGHWAYS A TOWN'S ROAD BOOM. I '" A'OICK.:
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riNDSOR . Mnrh lutrrrBt In 9nmplv :>lllr ofMurailam
SOME POINTS ON CONSTRUCTING In Ark.n... CHy.The Hotel
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST Marlborough
AND FLORIDA'S
AND IMPROVING THEM. mlli of model, or object lesson
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-KOUND HOTEL. road' that has been built by; the governaienfs ,

. expert road builders Iu Arkansax Uro.idwa)', .,l rth and :!7tli Streets, New York
If 1'ropvrlx llullt. IJIrt U<> K.I't In I'KBitaltlv Coiitlttliin In All Oily. Knn.;: I Is nttrnctlug' much attfiit Completely Itanovattul and tiiHturmcd In every department. Most crntrally -

"<......n. l>rHliiitit<- thr "*' rrrrt ofMircrn u>u. One of the results of tin work IU'IUOIlltlllt,1 on linmil \ nv. KI.KCTKU' MIlllT.Sniul TKLEPHOXK
*_\\ nt..hruln..a.: to such mi extout: tliat the Kl'KOVKAX: : PLAN ItHi Kooms.Hi: : ( hath rooms. liatos: $1.11 nml up-
'1 herw la a growing disposition council I U p hum In); to buy n crusher.vlth waid without Imtli. $J! and npvv.ud "iih 1 b.nh. 1'arlor, bod room and bath f..tnnd
mom; road otnoers, engendered notluulit all of the other paraphernalia upw.ud.! I'.ulor two beiboonis. and bath, *."> and upward.SWKKXKY .

t h y the eonstaut"' UKltutlou for KOI''< with It, and Bteani roller and go : : : TIKKNKY: I1OTKI: COMPANY,

stone Lltchwnys; to penult the ourtli Into the road building business Itxi'ir I'1.: : TIEKXKY, fnR cr.1FYOU .

road to go by; ilofault or nt lonst to Sliii-e:: tho road building began tho hiborers ' .----

Klv' t'.ii'iii! He-nut titteutlou. This \vouUl employoil hnve all been. ri'ii- WANT A.
tlents of tlio town. They have acijvilriil ..
l>e .ill \\fll euoutjli If It wero possible"' I
from the -- --'-- -
n know ledge of tho machinery
Mil luii the next few years to trunfon. ..,
eiirtsUo|' are bundling It nnd can
.i all of the untlu eiirtb. roiuU> lutol ,
rim all of the machines that Mill I beUsed
>e< nmiu'tit ..tOil l' highways; but everyon. : .Building Lot
.' understands of ('OUI''','. Unit this I ..
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The work Id: In charge, of 1>. H. Ilalre.the .
i-. finirely, out of tlio question. BIIJS u
II KoMTiunent's", expert, lie bus been ,
. .J.i in Uoinl. Koa ls> MtiKiUlno.; AtIf. anil wherever
In Ihr JlIl4lul':4't'rlll
.i-' ,11 tie-tenths of the rural road a III years or a lot with nnuni; iNj iK\nv: 1,1( : Ot''l'I'X'Y .
IIlllth'II.Ht,1 be Kindle
he builds u *
tlu < omiiry tiro of tlio variety con the I'i'culliirlties of the llmate. and LAM:' I ) KOI! AN OltANUK: UliOVK/ :,
ni".i v known us ill ft, iiml it will lIut
other conditions!' that might 1111\'" an effect rixK.vriM.K: PI.\xr.\ThtN: : or rurcK: OAnDEWe ?/,
till 1.\ ho ;yearn, but probably Beverngenerations
Uie construction and lasting
before even the uiuluroii upon( probably have for mile Just what you nro neeklng.Settlors / .
qualities of a road. In building tho
')ODGE -Tr.LKNS' OWXKUS AXD rKPBVAL i Is connecting principal toucan : road lie tlrst graded the nlto selected me (locking In buttitlll\ thenn\ 100111.' If you ar>>

- converted Into inucudaiul.ethoroughfares. < down to n mihgrade, upon v\hlch' theother looking this way, dtop a line to
The dirt road has It.
material, was to bo laid. Then
HOTEL limitations; U la lit best but a veal, this Nubgrade was rolled with tho twenty JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd vice-lenient,
JACKSOXVILLE, FLA. link In the ('lIaln of transportation, bu I .
hard.The .
ton steam roller until It was) VLOIUDA KAMT: COMi1' K'Y
It In hero to stay during tlio UC..tJml'of
!, coarse, rock from the ,crusher' each
\ery one who rciuU thin nrtlelt. .. piece of stone a little larger" than u ST. AUatlSTJNE. FLA

and! It U highly; liuiiortunt from thBtundpolnt hen's egg, M-IIS put In place, and\ this

Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located., of both' economy mul convenleiiii' was ,'o\'r..1 with n coating of lluormaterial
Thoroughly repaired and re. that It should be iiiuliitaliieiut also from the' crusher.I The Walton Self-Locking Tackle Block

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Its of
highest Ktiite elllcleiiiy.If I Miring( this time the steam roller was

novated. Newly furnished throughout.; Liberally conducted! . . . . It were Impossible" many peo kept' at work and us often as It passed I
I pie ht'II\\'tt-to Keep tho dirt roiuU III o\er the rock another lajer of Hue I
good, passable ..lull><'. there would be
screenings M-IIS spread oxer It..fh'r
Rates $2.50: per day and up.
some excuse for giving It up to tht receiving'! several" thin coats of this material
mercies of the ,elements but experteiice : nhlclihad been
thorouJIII.HIrln 1Jh.6ft1iQ
A. U. HUMPHREYS, Manager.IESTMORELAND has shown Unit any illrt road tint kled, and rolled the road beeame almost !

In reasonably l; veil loouteil eiiu bo kcp as hard us solid rod Then the

lit passable condition ,IIII'IIIII"/ entire earth on cuch' sUb nf the rock center .
West twelve months of the' year unil can be that the water from
HOTEL Hiy and Cedar Streets. was graded HO
JACKSOYVILLE.FLA.American made a lirst class highway; for the rains would run off. It \ns alsn graded
j greater part of that time. There ur" so that the wind would not carry

plan. Centrally loc: ed. Just built and opened few people' iiccustonipd' to traveling bj; lire the line Mono.HIGHWAY. ,
wagon .bicycle. ; or iiutoiuobile who have
this season. Fine cooking and /good table. Hot and Cold Water not noticed' the difference between i U
BUILDING. THI5
B.Ulm, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All good and a poor dirt road. The 11 rut I Is SHOWS
smooth, \\ lIilo the latter Is rough. The THE FRONT
:Much MoneyIIIM street cars pass the door. Rates, $ >.0() to $:i.r)0; per day. one Is free from hollows: and bumps, P4rl.it4'.*il lien.In OF THE
while the other It tilled With ruts amBtoues.
Mrs. A. J. mi address at a recent julltl roads
WALKEK, Proprietor. WALTONPAT.
The shows evidence of
one convention In Springfield Mo.. Colonel, ThESE AfE? OUR

cure, while Uie other lias neglect WI.It.tpll It.: \\'. ICIchiinlson., Kecretiiry' of the :Niltlounl BLOCK PATtNT LONG-
all over It In letters' that ran tie
Be New Travelers Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. iiood Itonds assoelittlon, snld :
both wen and felt. ROLLER BEARING
"I think Pin safe In Riiylni; that thereIs
On the American 'Ihe! fiict that tliero, ure dome BOIX
and PI/ln-
European
no other department' of public' liiinl. SHEAVES.Is .
Under new management. .Newly furnished and I renovated. A pleasant dirt ronds In existence Hhows clearlj; ness (conducted HO nllpshod manner I

family home. Hates: American PlanJ.O:! () and $3.60; European. 5cts that It Is 1 possible" under proper con, as that of highways. It's, easy enoiik'li
and up. All\ cars form Union Station stop at the door. dltions to build tliem, and It may not
to (hid\ Bonn one to Maine. In some
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. be out of place: therefore' to atndigome districts' they nay the county Judtrcslire .

The beautifully located Kiverslile Hotel, at Gieen Cove /bprings, Is under the of the elements> thut enter lut< responsible for Iliu fulluie or the 'i : '
the construction iiiul iiialuteiiiincu or .
same manaJcll1ent.N4w the I.
overseers nre criticised or I coin.uiUxloner. .'
u good ca utli (tI ilghway.; The Hecret ofgincess .

In the l building of u dirt road, ".\11 u rule, the otllclals are coiiHileutloiiH -
Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA. or of any; other' road for that mutter rule .
earnest men and too, us n .
,10{ Kast Foisyth Street. Is drill mine. Water has. uo more pluci they have not studied the work/ they
lit n road than I It Is supposed to have
ha"worn lo. don't. to
Center of City; cool, airy looms; first-class in all appointments. The best to They stop
In Kentucklun'H list of beverages. IIs
u
think that sllpnliod' careless road build'tilf
#.! to $.J.iO;; American plan housoin the city Open all the year. European the roiidmnltcr'H: worst enemy, am \ road Mcrutchliitf, n better\ tenn

plan, $I day one Free bus from trains and :Near unless ho cnii 11 nd some way to get It '. Tell
per person. steamships, is a waste of the \people's 11I011I';) t it>> lLB5.
off and nwny from the road as .HOOII asIt
all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. U. SMITH: Piop. the nveniKe" olllclul that and lio'd bo
falls lie' may expect to have Irou le.
nnd offended that'svliat
_._ surprised jet
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-- It will .be admitted by all\ practical Is being done In most InstanceH and

ST. AUGUSTINIJ.ST. road makers that It Is. possible by the only becuusu tho olllclals/ don't know

- - ---- judicious use of tho modern road grail how tit It .
to dirt road In good nhapeTliey upend properly."Where n new and Kiont Invention, as It mvvrs time" money and labor. n will
er put
any; u county builds ,'ollrth..II.."
work horizontally upslilo down or at 1I111C..lc. It Is ImposHlblo for th i '
will however that the liny tope-
agree It does uot 1..1tho. work done by; n nniiiwho
[yon 6UlDln6KI main .dllliculty is to keep tho road In never built anything before. They to slip when lockiid, and mi lover or tilgKar rope attachment Is lined In tniH dfl-

tills condition. As long' ns there Is a have roads constructed by men' \\ ho vice t 'llii'ie Is only one ropn to liolut', lower and lock llm loud, ami It U. Impossible

proper' slope, extending each way from know nothliiK about road building. for the ro|>" to jam or chafe, and! there Is nothing: to get out!' of ordefIn

OPPQ51T1I'OSTOI'I'ICeandPLAZA 11 AIljO ST. OF.OJwe STReeTS ..oJ,.#.. AUGUSTINE.. FLORIDA ttio crown of the' road with no Impediments You wouldn't hire an untrained man this oilglnal tack In block.

such as I bumps, nits or depressions. for of boots yet Pillihntd NOII'M\ thu AnvocATK nfllco Tltimvllli_
Mont central locution In the city. Hlrlcll.y "'''I.oor. .sixty fine rooom well siiperlntondent you May ho Muen at Jnmes : .t or nt : ,
fur-il.li..,|. Itooir* only Unnn Novvinlivr to Jun.. ,Aflilrrn.. iibove.OLI !' the major .portion of the surface hire untrained men to build roads undexpect -- -.- .. --
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water will run off und tho highway ..."
to IwJe.H"II..HIIII.! ---- - --
will leinalii tu good (....I1lItluu.n1
> SIAUUIIXI: : GOOIJAM-, ..\.
HO It material HUe Hand clay; or loiun.however. 'I'lt.* llntl lliinilN Tns.iery Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves-
Is Husccptlbla to the action
: Ion of prodtico or merchandise
OLD HKAKKKKZR of tralllc iiml the elements. Wagon" that Is hauled over our countty roadsIs
The Seaside Inn tiros and horses' hoofs will cut up the taxed with nn excessive] cost for
OOODALL, FLA.In roadbed nml water will work Into ,
1&11 1111 u". This excess COII I bi deteiruined .
tlu'so depressions und thus ilfHtroy the mile the difference Iu i
II''r' ton |">r by
now open for the summer neason, undo? the mannaemcnt of the owner, nliapn und Holldlty of the road. 'l'h"dltdJf'
cost of lilt 1111111 the name tun over u
HOlfACR' and situated on Daytona (
: F. STKWAHT. lUnclsome( new,
Bench, the hotel la modern In all ltd appointments, with large, airy, pleasant or the channels through which road. In Rood, condition ulIl1 over n miiidyor
looms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' Casino and Pier. the water must!' be "lIrrlt.uwuy will muddy thoroughfare. One of the

The turf bathing is unexcelled. Teitns moderate.IIOKACE unless closely' looked, after, become best authorities on rond construction

.... STE\VAIIT. Owner and Manager. plugged( with Uirt and trash aiirl eventually . vtales that the avcrntce cost of Ian III.
I will refuse"' to perform the duty ,
broken
__ ____ liiK: one ton "u mile over a good
- d for which they are IlIh>lIoh'I. Tho question Ktunc road Is H (ents., while the cost ofluiullujf

TITUSVir.LIJ, naturally rises, therefore, How[ IsIt the name over a dry. Hundy
possible to keep u dirt road iu sucholinpu road is 01 cents per mile. It thenfoiecimti I I

TOE ALPINE ", \ tli.it it will ,,11f',1Va tor readily the people, who use such roadsan I
COTTAGE '
TITUSVILLB, KLomu.v. mid thus remain fmioolh und HOId! excess of r.I1'nt.. per mile on every

;Now; opened. Everything,; at this boarding-house Is new and up-to- ':'uiftini and service first-dawn, with reasonable rates lood and polite at'ention. stated' hi u single nentence: Constant ,*. If cnlcul.itcd for n Minnie county

MISS. KATE MYKIW, Manageress.F. / watchfulness Is the price of a good this "bnd road t.IX"0111.1 b". Hhnpl -

A. LOSLF.Y, Assistant. road. >' "PI'II 1I111'f. This ImmcfiHe outlay

Care, Intelligence; and machinery uri. Is a constant one .
PEACOCK tin* three elements that ruler most
HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA.
largely Into the maintenance of n dirt Inko II it ml Life tllmrtltv.beii .

F""loI)13I1S" Board at Reasonable R.iteH. Kestaurant and Retail firocery In rOil.!. The usual' practice In many ectlons \\ jtonl roads me more !:1."l1rllll, !
:<)nne"tlun" 1\1 H-I.: M. I.. PEACOCK, Prop.IXDIAX Is to run the road trader over tho HIM ureil I. tiien Indeiil will tlie younif ---- --- -. ---

-- roads' In the uprlng nnd then give them man and. younx noinaii have lens Incentive Those long Uollcr Heating Mhe.tvei, which are luoktd upon' an tho grcattatantlfrlctlon ;

Sl'ItlNGH, OA. little further attention until tho followIn to neck the cities. In fuct, tl'e roller beating la tlio world ara without cage!* to hold the roll

__ ic ;)'I'Rr. How well this plan works isevidencedby tendency will I be for the city to K'be t') In place and therefore are far more durable and rim with far less friction than
the ruts and bol.s that : country. No pursuit In IIfi t4 moro made I Id
the olil-tyla cage. The ulieavo clt"llollI are no atall.llnj K double th*
abound Iu most country roads especially ii.ipiriiMu thiinthut
THE or nitji-e Independent
WIGWAM.IYDIAX SPItlNOS, OA., strain of the skeleton Iron sheaves!
during the winter months. If n railroad of farmlnfC, I'Ut KIKM! roads nre uliMobiti'ly

company nhould send IU section nwexMiiry to make the condltloiiH -
OEOROIA'S FAMOUS TtKSORT. gang! over a line of truck but once n what they should !be. TIIOU.4ANDH OF '.I'IIF.F.r.I.ISU! l.V TIIK: NKW: }:XOl.\. n STATES.

.\ I macea for diseases for a hundred yearn, Is now open for reception of year It would undoubtedly nee the ri- --For all kinds of buslucmos where n Ta'-klu Itlork Is l'ed-
"" v< Fine Orchestra, Howling, Billiards: Swlmmlnc Pool. Located mid- 8ult In heavy damage bills, but l>y All HMW nn fmlrrr*!,
'W Ijc-tween Atlanta and Macon.( keeping men birolly engaged In watchIng 'I I.e common" roads ure the Initial/ l
1.'". Medical Bathn are obtainable only nt the Wigwam. For analysis of the roadbed and track J1.8 line !liii-s Hiipportlnir all transportiitlon lines, TIM:

W.lI"1 .ind rate, address Is. kept In excellent condition. The whether by mil. rlrer nr ocenn. If it Walton Self-Locking Block Go

SCOVILLK BKOS., ami; system of earn and wntchfulnewwdbould U nn extra:< co.ty! haul to n depot orv
Ga. ,"
Indian :Springs, be exerclswl on a mnallcr calw, \'iiri-lioiiso 'tli* coniurncr. no matter

- --- the maintenance of Uie road lie, rout. 110JJTO.V: MAM.
-- - - In public where may live, pays the extra 401 Atlantic Avenue, ,
After the road has been Krudotl aniltnid Therefore In Laving the roodn of all

_ CILnIUltI::, X. C. up In the fprlug a heavy roller ,arts of tIe country; made a* good Oft

I should b, ., run over It to pack and harden >osslble nil linve an lnt*>ret.
the Hurface. It should then be the

Kenilworth BILTUORE, X. C. bulii' of a ftian or of a trt of men t>j
Ian A..UJI\.U.. ...:. wRt'h the rnnd closely.Them . The 1I..t of In .... XfAR
.U notblnic that responds better .\ g<''*l riMcl IM n KeiK-rntor nnd n .
radiator of hctu-flt to all who lire upon
t Cr"'lul'nt Inllf.tlon and to mall anilInsInnlHcnnt
; :,> THROUGHOUT THE YEAIU al"4'mlo/rI/ repairs than a It or wlio move upon It A man !Ilk"!! "

dirt roitd, and when all roadmakers to locnto In n land of gvnl rl')')(.... Tlnv.' Executed at the office of the

EDGAR B. SIOOKE, Proprietor. come to fully nnd r tan
-- tlx-re trill/ be a
the quality of the dirt hlghway" of this fr! *n.l aikl a cheerful companion!
OLFXS ONEYAN TAR fOIEY'SKIDNEYCUR coantry. It Is tblt loftt of JtiTpfftment* and ''<.. EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.

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.1" ::: :" ; 'FLORIDA PINEAPPLES. BIG CATCH OF TARPON. :: ? TNE'Y' :se..A.N'_ J: __G

We have dealers, t |ntjl [ --:
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.D..I..A..M..O..N..D..s.'iT\ I I A Little Late Till Year add the Crop The Hon.*.l>o.t )(0.. Marl. itnrns Attrr THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERSTitusvi3lo

; r'r't if I *. monde and other' precious stones -I t r r Somewhat. Cut Dow!>. The houseboat a Mont Sucoeir.ru Rose Marie Cruliv.that left ; :F"101"1c1____ n.


]*************************":: since the establishment of our ::JJt :: later While this the year pineapple than last crop, and is will a little be Tltusville has returned for Miami here, ,with several Capt.week J. ago M., Our: Lenders_ i -

rie $ ; business in 18G8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. ::: about one-third less, on account of the Laflin In command. Mr. Chas F. Naeth- EDWIN (LAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN SIIRTS, STETSON lUTsCKOSSsKTT .

freeze last winter, than was originally: of New York, has returned home ; SHOES, E. A W. OALLARS KNUI1A'r: -..

==We save you the middleman's profit= i Tropical estimated Sun, says, the the growers: Went say I'alm that Beach the Ing having caught Florida all the keys.tarpon he waDtedamoDg ANI'I'IIE: QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR THE LADIEs) .

the .
__ :: fruit Is In fine condition, and they anticipate If you want to catch tarpon the EastCoast The largest and most complete lino ot.. },' :
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I cn ';/?" OjJr,@;> I WltlTK FOIl OfllATAi.o i i'I' Eastern One good markets of prices in the said Northern and In, as of will Florida be seen Is by the the place following to haul:them .+ date East Coast ready-made Ranging clothing In ever from shown, "n ,the... I;i

I' owner pinery yesterday, Mr. Chas. F. Naethlng,: of New York, ; price t" tu", >...;,.f f j,
I that the freeze had cut back his crop
== JKWKI.l-.ltH: IMI'OKTKICH.: <; :, .. considerably, but that tbe roots were landed thirty one tarpon' the smallest Low Cut Shoes, ia the Tan, Patent 1"11-, i f

k'I''! i"" =:-t- 11 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. 1i 1- ___. __. _ :t expected not killed to by have the cold a ,splendid consequently fall crop, he weighing fifty-two pounds and the larg I } Canvas, 1.eat! Buck, Tan Duck, Vici I\ltl> l and, \i

i h ****************************************************: from the new growth that ban put out est The 173; collective pound killings of the party of I ', Tennis; ranging; In prices for the Cana.:! :o1.2.

.f"J;" --- since tbe cold wave swept along the six, including that of Mr. Xaethlug, and ' to the famous Edwin Clapp :$>0 .'0.
coast.
lWC: >TLC>'V'V'' MIAMI BONDS ILLEGAL.A tuba tills dating from April_.10th, just. one month. -
R.. L. : The pineapple crop from The total catches 01 each y J Our line of high art, tailor-made clothini
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'I season has been a poud one, but It la was : tarpon. ,;Vi| |
follows +
party for the thirty days were as : t stand the most rigid Inspection. Only i t,1),,
a eI believed that the majority of that crop tat\
?t regular/ ] meeting of the Miami City Mr. Chas. J.'. Naething 31 fish; Mr. Edward I '
and best fabrics Into its
will be put out of the way by the time eat enter construction.
Council wan held on Thursday night in Van Hofe, 20 lieu; Mr. C. L. Webber
Il' the hall and akin the bulk of the Florida crop begins to Laflin 7 fish The latest designs are carefully studied
I city something to a 11 fish; Capt. Jack ; and
bombshell wan exploded, when a. letter reach the roaikets. Capt. Albert Heiitkle :2 tish: Mr. II. embodied therein. Wo ask your inspection!
:, from William M. Brown wan rend, inclosing The Florida-grown: pineapples are so liaumfolk 1 fish.
connection with this
In department
... one also from Robbing far superior to the Cuban pines in flavor D I Naethlng eI w.' carry
I .. George M. Besides the tarpon caught, i. -
of ritusville the that there Is no comparison, and the immense a complete and up-to-date lino of ipmlprnen'i!
; I I declaring recent Issue succeeded in landing two
I consumers In the United States are beginning "" Shirts of the famous
of bonds to be Illegal, says the Tlmen- that jewflsh, one weighing !.> pound and Furnishings. Manhattan
v 1: /r r III I 1 Union correiipondent. Some time since to appreciate this, 'o In even the other 31: pounds These are also band, la Madras, Cheviots and Percales In both
when the Floi'Ida
'.. the city Iield an election for and against crop comes competition being mounted and sent to New York.
stiff bosom
and effects. Karl A
with the Cuban better prices negligee Wilson
crop
bonds, which was carried by a largo majority The also caught about sharks,
are obtained for Florida pines than those party Knox and Stetson Hats
In favor of Collars. : in fact
bonds.
issuing The as well as no end of amberjacks, groupers -
." Fort Dalian National Bank was the successful from the Queen of the Antilles. yellow tails, moon flab, etc., in allIS every accessory to a well-dressed maws ward-
I' robe. Our line of neckwear is .'
1 bidder for the entire Issue. Judge ( varieties. unusually complete

t \t Atkinson, the attorney for the City ST. LUCIE COUNTY.After The Hose Marie U now on Nelson's In Strings, Ascots, Four-in-hands and

I/''ftI' Council, was called upon to give his ways, Tltusvllle, undergoing a thorough also made> up shapes. All the new coloring: ,'

......-r opinion In regard to the matter, and be overhauling, preparatory to being laid Suspenders, Stockings, Underwear and Hand
II, fully concurred In the opinion of Attor we had gone to press last Friday, for the summer,and Capt. Jack Laflin kerchiefs. All new stock and of the bell

:I Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, ney Robbms. Mr. Brown, president of a telegram wan received theADVocATU!: will up leave for New York next week. grades. Mall orders specialty.
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\ I :' Ales, Stout, Etc. the Fort Dallas National Bank, notified office to the effect that the bill to divide ,
i i the Council that the Brevard county was passed bv 18 to 11. j _.
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; HlJP> me your
This posted the 1'ostofllce door FORMED.
,11 f' we as so BIG COMPANY
,\ M .. 1 TITU8VILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA was warranted correct In, carrying bin bank out would their contract not feel that our leaders could see how the voting ar.4+Ixr444...w...$44...................'rt rw ...


; 11.t, ',, ''i --- The matter has caused a great deal of stood.Our correspondent says that on Fridaythe From the time when Miami started w Ik-Cost Complete: : Xiin.o: . :
discussion the and
on street some have and dry good store
J. R. WALKER & CO., blamed the City Council for not being :Senate: : at Tallahassee, took up Mr.Olm8toad's store with Its there one has grocery been no halt in the marchof J EVER SHOWN IN RDIAMONDM. j
bill for the creationof
I sure that they were right before they providing Each ban *
business enterprises. year
ji
: TITUSVILLE FLA. went abead. In conversation with one St.: Lucie county, and It wan read a until :Miami __ eu CUT GLASS
marked development,
: I' ilH 1 I I | '| of the Aldermen, ho stated to the writer third time. Senator:) :Ham: spoke againstthe noted baa a become the commercial city of SOLID GOLD) JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER TABLE- |

d, EPfc*.-*'.KiBca> that they secured legal advice and that bill, and said he opposed It because the lower East Coast Other towns have J GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, :J WARE.
he believed a great majority of the people STERLING :SILVER NOVELTIES SILVER PLATED WARE.
: they suppoHwl they were right.: with this onward : *
: tried in vain to keep pace
l It and he *'
: lt !/ It Is probable now that a new election of Urevard county opposed but have been left far in the
"t::1> march,
I wlI.not be called! until after_ the pallllajle thought,' further, that /Senatorial courtesy rear. the Times-Union correspondent *::: The tiaext line of Sterling! Silver! .:.:Toilet: Sets and Novelties eve MJ
says .
d be sometimes carried too far. drown in jicusvuie.J
tile cou >} f
of new charter, which it Is thought of Miami.
will pass without opposition. The contemplated On the roll call the bill was passed, by The latest and perhaps one of the most = _C*"SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.' :
IS) II.Thane
to ,
Improvements which were to voting aye were Messrs. Alford, Important developments along these J G. L. MANDA VILLE. Titusville Fla. :
be made with the money received, from lines Is the establishment or incorporating ,

the Halo of this Issue of bonds, will now Crane Bailey,, Faulkner Raskin, Canova Glllen, Carter Hudson, ,Clarke Jack of the Consolidated Warehouse Com ****************************************************.*
have to be delayed. I'erhans there Is one pany. The Incorporators are: E. I.. .
son, McCreary, Massey, :'eel, :Scott. -
advantage which will accrue from thU Brady, of Brady & Co., grocers; Brady

error. Under tho new charter the city Stockton Those who West voted and nay/m! ,were 18. f>lr. President & Bro., grocers, Tltusvllle; William M. E._: L. BR-PTY dz SEO.
may bR bonded fora much larger amount Brown, president of the Fort Dallas ,
C'rlll
I than for In the ulcl. Messrs. Adams,Crews Harris, Bank of
'pi l fN was provided ThereIs National Hank; president of the -DEALERS IN-
I a demand for the expenditure of a Humphries, Newton, Raney game Miami and George It.liorath .
i
Day Klscayne, ,
Wadsworth and Wilson, 11. A pair was GROCERIES GRAIN AND AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
HAY
.
large; amount of money for public Improvements announced for /Senators Lee and lilount. who has had charge: of the grocery ,

t a city hall must be built the former in the negative and the latterIn business of E. L. Brady & Co., We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FEUTILIZERSVe ,
new streets must be graded and, It Is said that
a large Miami for several years.
the affirmative. deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coolum
amount of sewer pipe U Warehouse
absolutely necus- the Consolidated Companywill
Write us for prices Grain and all delivered at station
ers. on
Groceries your
Our Perfection T rll Trunk. .ary; the cost of these would have exceeded proceed to erect a large: aud substantial E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
1't' It an the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Halo the amount of thin Issue of bonds, TITUSVILLE WINS AGAIN.The building at some point where

1r -Call and nee It- no that Miami will be the gainer In the they will have spur from the main trackto _ __ __ n __.

end. City Attorney Atkinson left last their building I and at the same time

a, -- -- -. .-- - the night for TallahaxHon, carrying with him between baseball the game Eau, played Gallle on and Saturdaylast Titus- be near the docks, whore they will have .A.C;<>10TER c:;<>.,
proposed new charter. Attorney Atkinson ample ater shipping facilities.
will make a brave fight If necessary ville clubs at Eau Gallle was spirited
n Robbins & Graham Co. for the of this charter one from the start. Tltusvllle went to -Dealer In-

passage the bat first-one, two, three flies, and A NEW HOUSEBOAT
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND|
'J -- --- '-
(Incorporated) three out, was the way It commenced, I ,
ATTACKED BY'A SHARK. and It looked to the Eau Gallle boys like PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Senator Wm. J. LaRoche of :New
1 PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00This
they had the Tltusvllle boys "a-comln") I TITUSVILLK FLORIDA.
-
York, who has vlttlted Titusville on several .
from the and would soon verify
company owns On Monday morning, at 0 :!)0) o'clock, start occasions has just had a fine houseboat --
1 the old adage "you can't whip a oock on -- -- ----
while surf-bathing at Pablo Beach, Mr. built and be has named it the
e xu nsr ID a, Dunham Coxetter, a former resident, of his own hill But things soon appeared Elvira. /She is 7Mt.x20ft.vlth a draftof
different, and when the end came It Wm :R. Walker
Tltusvllle, but now of Jacksonville was 3ft. has all modern Improvements
r the Indian Rival Country; On the St.:) showed nine scores to the credit of Titus- ; ,
severely bitten by a mostor man-eating Including electric lights. The Elvira Is
vllle and for Eau Gallle. Thin
Lucle River; at New Hlvor and I on Hay shark when about llfty yards from shore. one score the fitted with two l.Vhorso-power Standard .- Dealer In -
Is for Tltusvllle
( I Vlsoayue. Prices to suit the times. The first bite from the shark was on his boys.two straight games engines, and will make a speed of about Staple anal Fa.c..cy: Groceries:: : ,

right side, the long teeth going deep into The dance In the all that I ten miles an hour.
Send for Land List.Oflloen the skin In front, and It Is believed' could have been anticipated.The evening .was Senator LaUoche expects to bring the Fruits: anal: T7"ogrta-"bles
,
,( one tooth penetrated the lung while the Elvira to Tltusville next winter, and
it Tltusville and, Miami, Fla. members of the Tltusville baseball
; ,y at under teeth touched the spinal column. : club wish to thank the members of cruise down the coast to Palm Beach Hay: Grain: anal: Feed
,
The monster lost his hold and struck a and Miami ; and also to the Florida keys
the Eau Gallle baseball club for the
,, second time, catching Ooxcttrr on the after tarpon. -Your Patronage Sollolted-

4t East Coast Meat Market right hip. and taking him to the bottom. royal manner during In their which stay they In Eau were Gallle.entertained TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

The shark again lost its hold, but pulledout
i The Tltusvllle boys left at :3 i a. m. Sat A SMALL FIRE. -
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a piece of flesh about as large an a ------ -
1 O. )K. DUREN Agent. urday, on the launch Hiawatha, arrivingat
man's list, from the hip. Coxetter, who TIT"J'S"V'JLLE: : : z.IViRY: ST.A.DLE
their destination at 10 :10:) a. m. They
..., U a good swimmer, rose to the surface There was quito an excitement at the
their thedaree
!31:: started on return trip after
and loudly culled for. help, while swimming Indian River! Hotel Titusville, on Sun- V' I
ev pr and arrived home at I a. m.
towards shore Ills friends assisted ; day evening,: last, just after the guests :FEED AND SALE hl4r + SADDLK IHiKES,

c.A- -sa.c : : .- him to the Wightman cottage, where /Sunday _____________ had! taken their seats In the dining room

=:t his wounds were dressed by Dr. C. M. LORILLARD LOT SOLD. for supper. A large lamp which bung ...8'1'AnI.fo S... nUGG I E .
Greiner Coxetter was then placed on over the table la the kitchen where the

1:1 the morning train for Jacksonville, and tea and coffee were prepared for serving, BAGGAGE r snmEn

sa.: : he Is now In St. !Luke's hospital, wherehe St. George street, St. Augustine, will fell with a crash, spreading: about a gallon II IITRANSFERs'
". will probably remain some time. soon be ornamented with another handi of oil on the table and Door which and TURN'''ItT"' cf'

The narrow escape ot young Coxetter i some business block to be erected on the Immediately took tire, the flames going ,

d 7 1 from death should be a caution to other Lorlllard lot. A few days nee The Record ceiling high. HAULIXO ETC. -u ..all kimln.T. ..

: : U'2- buthers, who are so fond of swimming announced that a valuable lot on /St. The guests rushed to the asulstance of

by re- alone so far from shore. George street had changed hands and the management and servants, and the :lW:. OjS"fc> :VKL,: ;
CI'a this was the one referred to. Mr. William Ore was extinguished with only the loss
dd -- -------
TITUSVILLEIa of Bobbins' F'' 1"I\IDA.
1 Law
rear Office
Wicking, of Daytona, Is the pur of some table linen, and an innumerable
; TITUSVILLK FLORIDA. DEATH OF MR. SANDERS.
d- chaser, and it is his Intention to erect a lot of cups and saucers h _

- - costly building.,; The lot Is 150; ) feet deep

Mr. Charles Barnes Sanders, youngest and has a frontage of 100 feet on St. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

E. A. MORGANDEALER son of Hon. W. K, Sanders of Indlauola, George street, so that there Is ample The Spirit or F.nmifr.
died at the home of hU parents on Friday room for a large structure. Easter 114 1 the promise of the Lord FLA.Is .

May li>th, l')05!; of typhoUI-pnoumo- Mr. Wicking Is one of Daytona'a fore- tint nil the bout nnd .noblest In man prepared to furnish Ice In any qUI\Dtlty-8acked or loose. Special nttentloi|

IX nla and pleurisy, aged; twenty seven most business men, and this city la to be shall IIP renewed oven as growth anti paid socking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
Mr. Sanders. was young man, of pub- congratulated: on getting him on the list bloom and ripening shall not cease.

= lic spirit, rare enterprises and of gener- of property holders here.-St. Augustine The bars of winter nro broken and the T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

=:IBICYCLESWheel ous ImpuliteH. He possessed an attractive Record _______________ Iron bands of death aro riven. The ---
personality. It was eight; years ago
bird is on tho wing, and the flight of
this present month that he resoueelthr.e SALE OF VALUABLE LAND. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's -
the soul shall know weariness. The
young ladles from drowning In the surf no Rapid Calking Tools now In use
at Ooeanua beach. For this deed of lilies lift their holy v hlto grails brimmed by boat owners In the United States. F

Sold, Rented and Repaired heroism he was awarded n gold medal Last week through the agency! of with the sunshine of God's love, Price *Lib and >IS.OO each at the ADVOCATE

Great Is the loss to the community ofa Cooley Homer, Gleoson Brothers, of for baa not the Lord manifested his office, Tltu ville, Fla.
Eau Gallle, Bold that tract of thirty-five
and
.Euanieling Repairing a Specialty. young man of hU ability and Integrity. ; love In flowers and In the upspringing
acres of land lying between Samuel Filer
Ills orange grove was one of the and J. delledouvllle and from the county of green things? They are sweet Interpreters

best in the Indian' Itlver orange belt. road to the bay, to Mr. Wm. J. now of of large certainties. Each Alaba stifle
-:Shop next door to Bakery- survival 1 his brothers ,
He Is by parents two -
1, Wisconsin. The consideration was ;year tbe winter cnts them down and
and two sisters William JC. Sandersof
t20.11I( ). each spring they; put forth again. Ev- Your ,
James
Kansas City, Mo., T. Sanders
Mr. Row's representative was seen this ery spring Is a new page In the book
of Miami Fla. bliss Alice Sunders nod
a : A
Stanley Jvitching and when asked what
morning the
pur- of revelation wherein we read that
Mrs (Dr.) William S. Grauillng\ of
Miami. chaser intended doing with the property life ia on eternal genesis and Ita end WallsAre
Dealer In- stated that he had two plans In view', one
Is not for It endurcth tOl'eVf'r.-Helen

FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS, A COMING WEDDING.On lots to subdivide and make the It a property suburb to Into Miami building and Keller In Youth's Companion. you satisfied with the appearance

I Tobacco Pipes the other to plat the tract Into live acre of your walls Do they come up to your
Candled Fancy Cliln .
and Temperance Drinks. Wednesday afternoon, June 7th, Iota and selling them to Investors.-Mi- Famous l>V..hlnATton DI....*. ideas. Are you putting on coat after

The following brands of cigars delivered General J. C. It. Foster, of Tallahassee, Metropolis. Mrs. John It. Henderson of Washington coat of sticky, dirty wall paper making

at fJ.23: per box of r>0: will be united la the) holy bonds of matrimony y who Is always a leader and who a sandwich with sour paste between! ? ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE

IIumbol.lt! to.MIss Agnes Winifred, Young gives" some of the finest entertainments ALAUASTINE Is clean, hygienic and

l Cremo, Key, Cubanas West Smoker j'obalskl., Premos, one of St. Augustine' most popular and FOURTH OF JULY MEETING.There at the capital. Is now having vegetarian wholesome, and more than that, it is without going too deep down m tk'l
charming ladles. The beautiful. The most artistic effects
young ceremony dinners exclusively, says the can
l Flinch Cards, uOc.; Hand Made Palmetto will be performed at Trinity Episcopal will be a meeting In the Opera Chicago Record-ylerald's Washington be produced with ALA ASTINE. pocket. Purchase yourCIGARS

Hats, 23c. church, Augustine, and a reception house Tltusvllle, at 8 The ALABASTIXB
p.m., Tuesday, correspondent. There may boe one : Co., will furnish,
<
STUART, FLORIDA. will be held at the residence of Miss discus lobe without
next, to matter of celebrating expense to you color schemes '
of chicken but
Young's slater, Mrs. Monson, on Iy tbe Fourth of July. Everybody Interested coarse or birds or fish and harmonies for your rooms. It here, and you'll be able to smoke go'
-
-- you
----
-
will reside In Tallahassee. no meat ever cornea upon her table. It
street. They
-especially the merchants-are requested are building or remodeling, simply ask of better qual.tj:
.NN..N........NN. Adjutant-General Foster has been favorably to be present. She serves five" or six courses of vegetables for color schemes, giving use and twenty-five per cent

: known to the proprietor of this nuts and cereal foods prepared direction of !light of rooms.size the same cost.

i E. Vesey Hall, i paper' for many year, and be bat. a host In a most palatable way. A stranger Buy fine 'tae 01
ALABASTINE Our stock of
your in consists a
of friends throughout the state who will The OM lllacksiulth Shop. at her table would not know what he packages. original
: Georglana, Fla. Join the ADVOCATE la tendering heartyconlO'ltuaUoDs Any decorator can apply It, Imported domestic and Key Went :I lpI'
was eating and her friends are always or you can It ,
In advance. All kind of put on yourself. :Simply: pi
: Bout Blocksmithlng and Wagon carious to know what Mrs. Henderson brush It Turkl'."
Builder. on. It Is a permanent, durable and American English,
ho
The bride-to-be<< always been a very Work; tires shrunk without cutting a wall ,
r t will give them next In the of nO'Veltlee. flnlih. Outwear two wall
i popular young lady In St. Augustine, wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and way any other done Egyptian cigarettes.
'ONLYFIK3T-CLASSWORK.+ She also nnfer- way
serves only
especially at the dances and concert; much better. Home shoeing and gun

<: Write for Estimates and friend Foster will undoubtedly'!<< repairing. Do not be led astray. Cometo mentrU wine, but her dinners are -For Sale Red Cross 'Pharmacy.j

cure a prize when he marries the charm- the old shop.J. quite as much enjoyed a* any that are yEAST
t ......................
1 Winifred COAST
Ing MU A. Young D. Exxis, Tltutville Fla. given la Waahln.-ton. LDHBEB &: SUPPLY CO. TTTUSVILI.K, FLORID.Kt \.,

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.rt......................................... r'f f'f. fMe ofC"t' 'FLORIDA PINEAPPLES. BIG CATCH OF TARPON.The :PFTTNFYc: ; :: RANN JN_


p :+ \ 1<< have been dealers In o.t Ron-M.rl. IE..tiirn. After THE: CLOTHIERS: AND FURNISHERST1.1'USV':11

+ D I A M' 0 N D S ,,1 a monde and other precious etonea i Somewhat Cut I>own. The houseboat s Mont 8ucm Hose>.*ful Marie Crul...that. left ; : O :I'lol: -1

While the pineapple crop Is a little weeks Our LendorsI:
.Inee the establishment of our Titusville for Miami, several ago,
*************************:t later this year than last, and will be returned here with Capt. J. M. SHIRTS STETSONrKOSSFTT
has ,
MANHATTAN I: I
SHOES, \T.
account of the ri.,\PP
about one-third less, on F. Naeth- EDWIN
jr business in I8GS, and direct importers for more, than 20 )'ears. freeze last winter, than waR originally Laliin In command. Mr.returned Chan home \ snOES, E. A W. CALLARS, LADII"\h.1
f of New York has FOR THE
lag, SHOES
/ QUALITY
i. Palm Beach wantedamong \ TJlE QUEEN
Went
== estimated, says the all the tarpon he AND ..
having caught ..
middleman's profit ---
===We the that the -
$ save you Tropical Sun, the growers say the Florida keys. --
. 1
fruit Is In fine condition, and they an If want to catch tarpon, the Kant The largest and most complete lin" sip',

I----- ticipate good prices In the Northern and Coast you of Florida Is the place to haul themIn date ready-made clothing ever sh, s ,, ?, J

3: #< yesterday
WICITK ton oneCATAIfM.rK. -K One owner of a pinery ,, Mr. Chas. F. Naetbing, of New York
I that the freeze bad cut back his crop hooked and
5 In eighteen days fishing, Cut :Shoes, In the Tan, I INitfi .
: Low I
: .JJ'WY.IC; lit UII'IHtT.UH: i << considerably, but that the roots were landed thirty one tarpon, the smallest ?ati,2,
I killed the cold consequently\ he 1'eaiI Buck, Tan Buck, vi
not by pounds and the largest r 7 Canvas i i KK] ;a,
fifty-two
Jacksonville Fla. I. weighing
41 West! Day St. fall
-- -- - have
expected to a splendid crop In for <
175: pounds. Tennis; ranging prices the tn ,? tl.
1 ****************************************************** from the new growth that has put out The collective killings/ of the party of to the famous Edwin Clapp $(8 .\\I.
. ; since the cold wave swept along the six, including that of Mr. Xaething, and
'' - -

''r 'j' n.- L. :MOTLO'"VV.I' MIAMI BONDS ILLEGAL. coast.The pineapple crop from Cuba: this dating was 72 tarpon.from April The 10th total, just catches one month of each, Our line of high art,tailor-made rlmhiDc: !

: ,'if season has been a good one, but It Is party for the thirty days were as follows: stand the most rigid inspection, Oim fife|, I J
believed that the majority of that crop Naething, 31 fish; IIr. Ed- and best fabrics enter Into its
.: A regular meeting of the Miami City the Mr. Chas. F. eat construct;
time
I II held Thursday night In will bn put out of the way by ward Van Hofe, :m fish; Mr.C L. Webber
Council wan on The latest designs are carefully studied a|
the bulk of the Florida begins to
crop Laflin\ 7 fish
; Jack
: ;
the city hall, and something akin to a 11 flab; Capt. therein. Wo ask
I
reach the markets. embodied your inspectloi!
i bombshell was exploded when a letter Capt. Albert llelnkle, :2 fish: Mr. II.
1\\; from William M. Brown wax rend, Inclosing The Florida-grown pineapples. are so Baumfolk, 1 fish. In connection with this department, wca

': II one also from George/ M. Robbins, far superior to the Cuban pines In flavor Besides the tarpon naught, M,. Naeth } a complete and up-to-date line of lientlemen
tiff
'ua the
t I that there Is comparison, and
,. i II'' ) the recent Issue no succeeded In landing! two Immense
,, of I'ltiiHville declaring beginning lag Furnishings. Shirts of the famous Manhatti
II consumers In the United States are and
.II" .''" 'I ll of bonds to be Illegal, says the Timed- jewflsh, one weighing 157: pounds
. ; i : ,I IIIf"1 I i Union correspondent. :Some time since to appreciate this, so that even the other 3-0: pounds. These are also band, In Madras, Cheviots and Percales!!,in hot J

' the city held an election for and against when the FloiIda crop comes In competition being mounted and sent to New York.The negligee and stilt bosom effects. Earl A W t

; ; bonds which wait carried by a large/ majority obtained with the for Cuban Florida crop pines, better than pricesare those party also caught about I 50 sharks, son Collars. Knox and Stetson Hats in f

In favor of Issuing bonds The as well as no end of amberjacks, groupers every accessory to a well-dressed. rnau's wa
." f' 'Itr Fort Dalian National Bank was the successful from the Queen of the Antilles. yellow tails, moon fish, etc., in all robe. Our line of neckwear Is unusually co

iI 4 bidder for the entlra Issue. Judge OS varieties. plate In Strings Ascots, Four-in-hand ai
Atkinson, the attorney for the City ST. LUCIE COUNTY.After The Hose Marie Is now on Nelson'sways also made up shapes. All the new i-olorlni:

Council, was called upon to give hU Tltusvllle, undergoing thorough/ Suspenders, Stockings, Underwear and Han
I' opinion In regard to the matter, and he last Friday overhauling, preparatory to being laid kerchiefs. All new stock and of the bt
had to ,
'I fully concurred In the opinion of Attorney we gone press up for the summer,and Capt.Jack Latlin grades. Mail orders a specialty.
;! Fine Liquors Wines, Boers Kobbins. Mr. Brown, president of a telegram was received at the ADVOCATE: will leave for New York next week.BIG .
oflice to the effect that the bill to divide _
t Ales, Stout, Etc. the Fort Dallas National Bank, notified Brevard county was passed by 18 to 11. f -- -- -- - .. -- ..

IttSendmeyour orders! the Council that If the opinion rendered This posted as the 1'ostofllce door, so COMPANY FORMED. .. ..........1t1r..rIMM .
wan correct, his bank would not feel we ...44.. frf w.+Frf...rf.rf.rf...ir. M 1
FLORIDA. that readers could see bow the voting
COCOA our
and
TITU8VILLK -
:
tr' warranted In carrying out their contract.
: /
stood. Miami started J Most Complete: I_ IrL .
--------- The matter ban caused groat deal of that From the time when .
Our on Friday
correspondent
dlxciiHHlon on the street and some have says with Its one grocery and dry /goods store SHOWN IN
J. R. WALKER & CO., blamed the City Council for not being Olmstead's the Senate: bill at Tallahassee providing for, took the creationof up Air. store there has been no halt in the march :J: EVER

WJi; sure that they were right before they and It read a of business enterprises. Each year has DIAMONDS.- a CUT GLASS,
FLA. St. Lucie county, was until Miami I-
TITUSVILLE
l marked development, SILVER TABLEJ
it! went ahead. In conversation with one third time. Senator Hams spoke against noted of *: SOLID SOLD JEWELRY STERLING -
he stated to the writer has become the commercial city WARE.
of the Aldermen, the bill and said he opposed It because GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, :2
have
secured advice and that the lower East Coast, Other towns PLATED WARE.
SILVER
, that they legal he believed majority of the peopleof STERLING SILVER :NOVELTIES/
a great
tried In vain to keep pace with this onward .
they supposed they wen right.It .
(:; : : Is probable now that a new election Brevard county opposed Senatorial it. and he march, but have been left far in the :1: The finest line of Sterling Sliver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever '
'I: thought further, that courtesy .
correspondent !
", will not be called until after the passage cou d be sometimes carried too far. rear, .say the Times-Union ).. shown In Titusville.
I II of the new charter, which It Is thought Miami.\ ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.: '
will pass without opposition. The contemplated On the roll call the bill wall passed by The latest and perhaps one of the most =JSPECIAL:

I Improvements which were to 18 Those toll. voting aye were Messrs. Alford, Important developments along these J G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla. L
with the received from lines Is the establishment or Incorporating -
be made money
the sale of this Issue of bonds, will now Bailey, Baaklu Canova Carter, Clarke Jackson , of the Consolidated. Warehouse Com- ***************************************************|

1'I have to be delaY d. Perhans them one Crane, Faulkner, Olllen. Hudson Noel :Scott.: tany. 'l'hR_ U_ Innnrnorators--- .. are: E. L.liui __ _d_ - -
McCreary, Massey, ,
advantage which will accrue from this ; T, of Brady & Co., .groceis; Brady
/Stockton, West and Xim, 18. Tltusvllle William If. .D Y c3z; E3eO.:: ::
error. Under the new chatter the city Those. who voted nay were Mr. President & Uro., grocers, of the; Fort Dallas E: L_ :se.. .
for much amount Brown president
bn bonded a larger ,
may Crlll
Messrs. Adams,Crews Harris, -
IN
than for In the old. There National ;Bank; president of the Bank of -DEALERS -
was provided
of Humphries, Newton, Kaney, yams Biscayne, Miami, and George B.Koroth AND ALL FOOD PRODUC''
Is large a demand amount of for money the expenditure fur public improvements a Waclitworth and Wilson, 11. A pair was Bay who his had charge of the !grocery GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY,
/
a city hall must be built, announced for Senators l.eeand and the mount latter, business of E. L. Brady & Co.., We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE

{ new streets must be graded and a largo the former in the negative Miami, for several years. It is said that We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cons
+aaI affirmative.
a
.t4' In
M r amount of sewer pipe absolutely necus- the Consolidated Warehouse Companywill era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
"Our Perfection Trv Trunk." t.arv; the cost of these would have exceeded proceed to erect a large and substantial E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

I Trunk for Sale I the amount of this Issue of bonds. TITUSVILLE WINS AGAIN. building at some point where .
Celebrated
h7f Has tile Tiny so that Miami will\ be the gainer( In the they will\ have spur from the main trackto '
!' -Call and see It- end. City Attorney Atkinson left last their building, and at the same time
c1T_
- night for Tallahassee! carrying with him last The between baseball. the game Eau played Gallle on and Saturday Titus- be near the dock, where they will have wt C
facilities\
: ; the proposed new charter Attorney Atkinson ample water shipping
villa clubs at Eau Gallle was a spiritedone
Graham Go.Incorporated. will make a brave fight If necessary from the start. Tltusvllle went to -Dealer In-
: &
h t Robbins : for the passage.of.this-charter. the bat llrst-one, two, three tiles, and A NEW HOUSE-BOAT. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT A AS
-- -
the It commenced
n.. 1 three outs, was way ,
( .) ATTACKED BY'A SHARK.On and it looked to the Eau Gallle boys like Senator Wm. J. LaRoche, of New PRODUCE; OF ALL KINDS.
had the Tltusvllle boys "a-oomln" TITUSVILLE . FLORIDA.
: PAID UP CAPITAL U ,000.00 they York, who has visited Tltusville on several
f the start and would soon verify
from ,
';, This company own Monday morning, at 090:! o'clock, oock occasions, has just had a fine houseboat -
4I r the old adage "you can't whip a on
named it the
he has
) built, and
Pablo Beach Mr.
,
r while surf-bathing at
:LT :3D s his own hill." Hut things soon appeared She Is 7:>ft.x20ft., with a draft
Elvira.
nil .. .. Dunham Coxetter, a former resident of different, and when the end came it Wm. R. Walker
Jacksonville of 3ft. has all modern Improvements,,
Tltuavllle, but now of was ;
the showed nine to the credit of Tltusvllle
On 8t.I scores
) I a the Indian River Country; bitten by nioator man-eating Including electric lights The Elvira Is
I severely ; and for Eau Uallle. This Dealer In
one score Standard -- ,
River at New River allll on nay shark, when about fifty yards from shore fitted with two 15-horne-power
LucIe ; Is two for the Tltuavllle
straight
games Groceries
I The first bite from the shark was on hlright engines, and will make a speed of about Sto.pl sira.ca.: Eria j Blsoayne. Pilces to suit the times, Into boys. ten miles an hour.
j side, tho long teeth going deep
all that
dance In the
was
The evening
fI I Send for laOlII.lllt. the skin In front, and It Is believed could have been anticipated. Senator Laloche expects to bring the Fruits: aril:: --V-egstab es.,
Elvira to Tltusville next winter, and
ii 'r r t Offices{ ntTltusvllle and Miami, Fla. one tooth teeth penetrated touched the the lung.spinal, while column thunder club The wish members to of thank the Tltiisville the members baseball of cruise down the coast to Palm Bench :E3ay., Grair: : ac..d: Fee

... the Florida
and Miami and also to keys
struck ;
---- -- The monster lout his hold and a
the
the Eau Gallle baseball club for -Your Patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE. -
second time, catching Coxotter on the royal manner In which they were entertained after tarpon. FLORID.
East Coast Meat Market right hip, and taking him to the bottom. during their stay In Kin Gallle. -

I The shark again lost Its hold but pulled The Tltusvllle boys left at ;5 a. m. Saturday A SMALL FIRE.

out a piece of flesh about as large as aman's on the launch Hiawatha, arriving TITUS: : "VILLIr: : LIVERY: : ST.41I3LFEEL
t c I G. V. DURKN, Agent. who
(list, from the hip. Coxetter,
1 at their destination at 10 ::IIO a, m. They the
to the eurfaeland There was quite an excitement at
Is a good swimmer, rose after the
started on their return trip
ac: rrI loudly called! for, help, while swimming Indian River Hotel, Tltiisvill, on Sun-
and arrived home at m. HORS:
dance a.
.i Ij; > AND SALETHAXSFER SADDLE
cv t c::> towards shore. Ills friends assisted day evening, last, just after the guests

.-.. --. him to the Wlghtman cottage, where :Sunday:: ___________ had taken their Me"tllio the dining/ room
/ 'j
cAc; ..TAnLES... IIUGOIES,
A 1-'llte1\m1': which hung
wen bin wounds were dressed by Dr. C. M.helner. .
a LORILLARD LOT SOLD.St. .
I -::>> ( Coxettor was then placed on over the table lu the kitchen where the SCRRE.4101
the morning! train for Jacksonville and tea and colfee were prepared. for serving, BAGGAGE o
cse :::
!. he Is now In St. Luke's hospital wherehe George street, /S Augustine/ will fell with a crash, spreading about a gallon -; TUKXOCK
wl111 probably remain no mo time. soon be ornamented with another handsome of oil on the table and tloor which and

The narrow escape of young Coxetter business block to be erected on the Immediately took tire, the flames going f-/ kinds..
.all
from death should be caution} to other Lorillard lot. A few days age The Rec- celling: high. HAULING ETC. .

_. Con....... bathers, who are so fond of swimming ord announced that a valuable lot on St. The guests rushed to the assistance of
cs::: alone so far from shore. George street had changed hands and the management and servants, and the J. IVt. OsbLn,

A' yH d - .---- --- this was the one referred to. Mr. William tire was extinguished with only the loss TITUSVILLEIn rear of Ilobblns' Law Office nORI
Wicking of Daytona, la the purr of some table linen, and an Innumerable
TITUSVILLK: FLORIDA DEATH OF MR. SANDERS chaser and it Is his Intention to erect a lot of cups and saucers

costly building. The lot Is I lot) feet deep INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOR

Mr. Charles Barnes 'sanders youngest and has a frontage of 100 feet on St. .
The Spirit of Ra ter.
:E. A. MORGAN son of lion W. It. Sanders of Indlanola, George street, so that there Is ample TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Easter in tilt protulao of the Lord
died at the home of his parents on Fri room for a large structure. I
day, May Kith 1003; of typhoid-puoumo- Mr. Wicking Is one of Daytona's foremost that all the best nnd ,noblest In man Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attea'paid

DEALER IN nla and pleurisy, aged twenty seven. business men, and this city Is to be shall be renewed even na growth and sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

Mr. Sanders was a young! man of public congratulated' getting him on the list bloom nail ripening shall not cease. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
spirit rare enterprises and of generous of property holders here.-$t. Augustine The bars of winter are broken, and the

: EBICYCLESEWheel: = Impulses lie possessed an attractive Record _______________ Iron bands of death are riven. The -
personality. It was eight years ago bird Is on tho wing and the flight of OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-
this month that he rescued three SALE OF VALUABLE LAND
present the soul shall know no weariness! The ton's Rapid Calking Tools now in use
young ladles from drowning In the surf lilies lift their holy rchlte gralU! brimmed by boat owners In the United Stiles.

at Oceanus beach. For this\ deed of Last week through the agency of with the sunshine of God's love, Price *1.00 and *S.OO each at the ADVOCATE
Sold, Hen ted and Repaired heroism he was awarded gold medal.
& Gleason Brothers of
Cooley Homer for has not the Lord manifested his office, Tltusvllle, Fla.
Is the loss to the oGmmllnityofa
Great )
sold that tract of
Enameling and Repairing a Specialty Eau Gallie thirty-five love In flowers and In the upsprlnglngof r
/ young man of his ability and Integrity. acres of land lying between Samuel Filer 9
Ills orange grove was one of the and J. delledouville and from the county green things? They are sweet Interpreters

best in the I Indian River orange,: belt road to the bay, to Mr. Wro. J. How, of of large certainties. Each Alalmstine
-S>hop next door to Bakery1. lie Is survived by his parentstwo brothers Wisconsin. The consideration was year the winter cuts them down, and It Y

1. and two sisters, William It. Sandersof $:/'UIOO.( each spring they put forth again. Every Your 4..e

Kansas City, Mo., James T. Sandersof Mr. How's representative was seen this spring Is a new page In the book

Stanley JviteliingDealer Miami, Fla Miss Alice Sanders and morning and when asked what the purr of revelation wherein we read that

y ; Mrs. (Dr.) William S. Granillng, of chaser Intended doing with the property life Is an eternal genesis and Its end WallsAre

I In- Miami. __ stated that he had two plans In view, one Is not, for It endureth forever.-Helen

FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERYCIGARS, A COMING WEDDING.On lots to subdivide and make the It a property suburb to Into Miami building and Keller: In Youth's Companion. you satisfied with the appearanceof
your walls? Do to
the other to plat the tract Into five acre they come up your
Tobacco, ripen, Candles, Fancy Culna them Miami F....... W_.t>la. to Investors.
lots and selling
and Temperance Drinks. Wednesday afternoon, June 7tb, Mrs John B. Henderson of Washington coat of sticky, dirty wall paper, making
The following brands of cigars delivered General J. C. H. Foster, of Tallahassee, Metropolis.FOURTH and who a sandwich with sour paste between?
who la always a leader SMOKE
: ,
GOOD
bonds of ENJOY A
will be united the holy mat'rlmoDY
.*.''
3 box
at of 50
per : to.MIss Agnes Winifred Young, gives some of the finest entertainments ALABASTINE Is clean, hygienic end
I 10
fr I Ilumboltlt, Key West Smokers, rremos, one of St. Augustine's most popular and OF JULY MEETING.There at the capital Is now having vegetarian wholesome, and more than that, It Is without going too deep down
Cremo, Cubanas, t'ohalskl. beautiful. The most artistic effects can
charming: young ladles. The ceremony dinners) exclusively says; the be pocket. Purchase yourCIGARS
Flinch Cards,50o.; Hand Made Palmetto will be performed at Trinity Episcopal i will be a meeting la the Opera Chicago Record-Herald's Washington produced with ALABASTINE.The .

Hats, -!dO. church St. Augustine and a reception house Tltusvllle, SIS p.m., Tuesday corwepondent. There may be one ALABASTINE: Co., will furnish,

( STUART, Fl.OIUD.i .\. will be held at the residence of Miss next to discuss the matter of celebratingthe coarse of chicken or birds[ or flab, but without expense to you, color schemesand here, and you'll be able to smoke Sj
Young's sister Mrs. Monson, on Bay Fourth of July. Everybody Interested meat ever comes her table. harmonies for your rooms. If you !
street. They will reside In Tallahassee. -especially the merchants-are requested no upon are building or remodeling, simply ask of twenty-five per cent better quait|
...................... Adjutant-General Foster has been favorably to be present. She serves" five or six courses of vegetables for color schemes, giving size, use and
known to the proprietor of this nuts and cereal foods prepared ,direction of !light of rooms. the same cost.

E. Vesey Hall, : paper for many yearn and be has a host la a most palatable way. A stranger Buy your ALABASTINE In original Our stock consists of a fin* liD

I i of friend. throughout the state who will The Old .Blacksmith Shop. at her table would not know what he packages. Any decorator can apply It, domestic and Key West c:
Georgian, Fla. join the ADVOCATE In tendering hearty was eating and her friends are always or you can pat It on yourself. :Simply: Imported

i i congratulations advance. All kinds of Blacksmlthlng and Wagon curious to know what Mrs. Henderson brush it on. and American. English, TurkU
i : Boat Builder. \ [ The bride-to-be has always been a very Work; tires shrunk without cutting-a wall finish. Outwears two walls done

I : popular young lady In St. Augustine, wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and 1Ues. any other way Egyptian cigarettes.
;ONLY FIRST.CI.ASS WOR" ; especially at the dances and concerts; much better. Horse shoeing and gun
wtne but her dinners are PharrnacTITUSVILLE.
will Do not be led Cometo nested -For Sale Red Cross
Write for Estimates. i and friend Foster undoubtedly secure repairing. astray. By-
quite as much enjoyed as any that are
a prize when he marries the charm- the old shop
$4 ......N.HN.......N lag Miss A. Winifred Young J. D. Earls, Tltiurllle Fla. given In 'Washington. EAST COAST LUMBER A SUPPLY CO. FLORID.r \',












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