Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00406
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: July 7, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00406
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS, Sale Closes! Saturday. Invitation.When Special Clothing Offer Tltti.HillUi Properly, Fla.,, AMONG THE HOTELS.

For Sul,.
nd Topics of General Interest. The Large Hrlk Storn of John K. Walker l In need of any article In up-to- We have: something Tilt ADVOOATK: Is. on file at all the

I *: C..., Tltntvllle, Florida. date Clothing and Gent's Furnishingsline We have secured from tho resilience and tract of land con best hotels In New York city.

Reading notice ads. are ten cents The Big Clearance Hale, which we such as a swell Suit of Clothes, a tine lot of suits at a groat 21 acre, part of which la a Fine Whore to> stop along the East: Coast.

,er q-line on this page.; have been running for the past month,, Pants, Fancy or White Vest! Straw or and we are going to give you flU)"'E. The RF.HIDKNCK: \ Sue list of hotel and boarding houses

I When you subscribe for the ADVO- will positively close tomorrow night,, Felt Hat, Shoes low or bllh'Cllt Shirts, of It. Coma early and and in pel'foct condition through on 4th, and Tth pages,

by the year, It does not cost you Saturday July Nth, at 12: p. m. Collars, CulTs, Neckties, Belts, Hose, lection. There will be no Residence contains eleven rooms,

ere tree cents per week, postage: included. If you want to take advantage of or Underwear, It will pay you to visit these are gone. Lets will ', of Bath r join and Pantry and Mr. (let. K:. Hopkins, the popular and
well-known ".'Ir"t Lord of the'l'reasury"at
j date of expiration printed upon these COST PRICES, be sure and make our store. Here are a few prices: Closet Hot and cold water In

f0"ur Vote paper or wrapper every week. This your purchases this week. These are The largest and most complete stockof fl l toO( Suits for only ( kitchen and pniitry. Until the Breakers, t',11IIlel, \ ch. Fla., now

receipt for your money. No need prices never otTerod to you befoie. up,to'dale, Clothing and furnishingsever fl.IMI: Suits for only < <) has sanitary ctoxel; Laundry hits holds. a similar position at the Grand

r ue to send receipt for subscription. Preparatory to our annual stock tak shown on the East Coast. 'l 1.01) Suits for only closet mid water facilities. Union Hotel, Saratoga, N. Y.
I It to
flie date gives
ing In other years! we have only knifed See our display ad. on page S. fW.OO Suits for only good nnd plentiful. Tho Klamusha Inn, Klamoitha, N. V,,

THE ADVOCATE, certain lines; tills year there will\ bo no Mail outers specialty *'!).tal( Suits for only < > 'Jlft.x.'IOft.:' new and I up| -toliito" under the management/ of :Mr. I'aul A.

$1.50 per" six annum months,In advance... distinctions made; everything In the PKNNKY Jk BHANNINO, Mall Orders receive. prompt arraiigHiiients. Carrlago liousn Shares, manager/ of tho New )Kocklmlge/ ,

JJ.OO 11.00 per an. to foreign countries. stock will be sold at cost during the The Clothiers and Furnishers, Jtn.U'A' Kl.INK: bum. Water In ham. vockledge, Fla., III now open and doing

month of June TituHville\ Fla.Dr. Chicken House, cement jloor, a first flints' summer business. This. Is

j TUB EAST following COAST news-stands ADVOCATE, at is five on Pry Good, :M illinery, Shoes, Clothing, ' with water. ail up-to-dato" summer resort hotel and I

lents ale at per the copyTituavilleRe: Notions, Fancy Good, Furniture, Ktc. K.: Jo:. Hollins made a profesition- -:Mr. J. II. LeTourmmu, a { 11,1", founding house, under. our northern readers would' do well to

I ( Cross Pharmacy. Nothing sold at these Clearance prices al visit to New Smyrna on Wednesday. and, popular pineapple : Shrubbery, etc pay It a vlwlt.

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. will be charged., At the price we shall\ -Mr. B. F. Heal, a well known orange was In Tltusvllle last Friday.If seen to lie appreciated. I It was an old custom In English hotels

.ADVOCATKS for sale at the Rod ask, we must have oa..h.Ye will give grower of City Point, spent the 4th In ,Jt\lt..II.\rltl\11I\ fxi itomelio.ly. to put! up boxes Inscribed "'1'0 Insure

proas Pharmacy, Tltusvtlle. you MORE FOR YOUR MONEY than town. you Intend going ('II As. '1'1:\ < I'ov, Promptness" In these boxes. travellers
mer tickets from
YOU EVER RECEIVED BEFORE. DO get your Tltimvlllo, Kla. .
-Mr. K. B. Arnold, of Malabar, was -All of Rruvard county school teach StoiiniKlifp C'o's agent In ' were prtMiiinied to put small sums of
NOT DELAY. The above is a true
| the first of the week.If ers should read the Summer Normal money, that were Inter distributed to
}Titusville and H McKarUnd!
statement; we always do what we advertise. llievurd County <': Mrs.Vm. employees tho Inn. Tim Initials of the
you are going away for the summer announcement on our 8th page.! with 1VHllaw'm great "shown lilt "
been In HosHioii this w ekand word firmlngthInscription spnll"Tlp,

why not let the ADVOCATE follow The sale began on the first dIY of C. H. Walton, T. L. Evans of this piocvedlngs will be | >|II, III., to-day. heniiu tho mama, Is now applied to any

ol1' June, and everything Is now going at and E. J. James. were paitHengors on yes our next Issue. ,," Hattla Bower, one of Kock- gratuity for n servant.

J. N. Feaster left here yesterday cost, from paper of pins to a completebed terday's train, en route frost Fort Plorceto Indies .
-Mrs. -:Miss !Mabel Reynolds),). has popular young spent nev Mr. J. C. Stowers, the well-known proprietor .
Scale Ala. on a visit to her room suite. Daytona.Mr. In this. this
for town week, guest
ed raising bantam chickens, of the Hotel Palms, at West Palm
Mrs. T. W. Anderson. JOIN R. WALKER & CO and Mrs. R. Mint and I A. Mary <''arrutliers.
daughter, J. Mr. has -'U: little beauties-the Beach, Is to erect another largo hotel In

REEN: CORN, PEPPER, EGO PLANTEtc. Tltusvllle TUB, '.AlClt- STOIiK.Florida. St. Clair Jslttbft were among/ those from all who have seen them.ExPostmaster cons'''iiien<3a of the wet weather, that city. The new structure will bo of

dally at Wagoner & Co.Suady Indlanola who attended the big-ball at ford and Tltusvllla tennis did not artificial stone, four stories high and
: ,J. L. '
Titusville on the 4th. Tltusvllle\ diamond yeiiter- will, when comuleted, be one of the
visitor claims to have -Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Minis, of Bonn- and, daughter passed" through
every -Mrs. J. M. McCormack and little "' ", although everything wan. finest hotels In the State. The Palms
had a pleasant time in Titusville on the venture were In town yesteulay. terday. en route from )
son left here, yesterday, for St. Augustine for the combat. The game adjoining Is also to ba enlarged and Improved -
|lth-HO many callers at this office said. -Mr. A. H. Platt Is the chief tona, where they expect to
engineer to remain a short while before going I as we go to press, at H ::00<> In readiness for next season.
-Mrs. Wm. M. Brown Miss Louise at the Indian River Ice Factory, Titus. permanent home I
north for the balance of the summer.Mrs. Friday. Work Halcyon Hall Miami Is .
on goIng
j Brown and Master Mark Shown, of Tliusville vi lie. -:Mrs. II. D. Waugh, wife.

have arrived at New Hartford, W. R. Walker, and her little macist at the Red Crows }' Mary Ciirruthers Intended giv ahead very rapidly, says the Miami
-Miss Flossie Taylor, a popular young News. A largo force of carpenters sad
daughter, Wlnnlfred, who have been party In honor of her friend
Conn., after an enjoyable trip. rlyed her to-day from
lady from Cocoa, spent the Ith In Tlttisyllle the Interior
plumbers are engaged on ,
visiting relatives and friends at White Beach will Bower, on Wednesday even
-Mrs. W. N. Hendry of Fort Pierce and attended the ball. They occupy and
and as soon as the elate arrives,
Valkarla and Tillman returned to the state
City, on floor of the Iurencottage owing propitious
,same up to Titusvllle to spend the 4th -Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. B. Ball, of Sebastian Saturday, last. on weather, the party was postponed. which Is now overdue, Use roof will ba

with her mother, Mrs. A. Brady. Mrs. have been enjoying a visit with -The Tltusvllli\ Electric put on. Hut It Is an enormous buildingand \

iHemlry is. always a welcome visitor to relatives, Titusville, this week. -Mr. Chas. O. Itlyth, a former popu has a Dent-looking. brass sign J. Mondol) and daughter' Miss much yet remains to lie done It

town. lar resident of Indian River, was In townon side their olllco on left here, Wednesday, for will probably ba October 1st, before the
-Hr.: II. J. Magruder, Mr. Harry Allen -
Tuesday. Mr.'lllyth now resides In und after a visit at that place work Is /HnUlied.Hotel .
where President Prltchard
--Tax Assessor P. Mlllan of Eat
: ,
and others, of Oak Hill, were among
Orlando, aDIIM superintendent and gen and Mrs. Jake Mendel, will
lUallle, was around town on the fourth, those who enjoyed the dance In Titus eral of the Orlando Electric tendent, Giles attend to Victory Ptit-In-ibay, Ohio, the
manager via Clyde steamship for New
( ;greeting: his friends and those. wbo ville on the 4th. Light Works. duties. largest summer hotel I In the world,

"helped him Into office, and those who Mrs. O. S. Hardee and which the ADVOCATE editor visited last
-Mrs. A. K. Wilson and little daughter -We are pleased to note that little -
endeavored to keep him out." Miss :Maude of Rockledge Henry MnlTord Catdwell, of Jns- summer, bus opened for the summer sea-
Doris, left, Friday afternoon last, Miss Leona Kline, who has been \111\ for Adams
train Collaetor&t[ book-keeper for The son, under the able management of Mr.
--Mr. and Mrs. W. Gordon Brown, visit gars on yesterday's ,
For Fort Pierce, after a two over a month, Is taking turn for the
at that place. I III spending A who Is well and favor.
All.mtn and Lithia T. \McCroary,
( of Springs
popular and well-known residents in Titusville with }Ir. and !Mrs. Harry better. Leona Is being faithfully looked ,
to North Carolina of his vacation In Tltusvllln, ably known to many residents of Indian
I Went Palm Beach who have been visit. probably
Wilson, on I'alm street. after by Dr. Rollins and Miss Colmar, a
the ( his brother and alster-ln-law, Mr. River. Mr. and Mrs. MoCreary own a
ling relatives In Cleveland, O., for several trained nurse of experience.Miss spend summer
-Mr. Jerome Twlchell, of Kansas n. W. C. Caldwell.: beautiful. home on a rocky prominence
weeks, are now staying at Warren, 0., -The attention of all quail
where City: Mo., who has been on his pineapple Nettle Coutant, spent from on the Island: a"II' commands u magnificent
the ADVOCATE follows. i of the First School District Carrie: Conkling, and little son,
plantation, near Stuart, for several Friday, until Wednesday"' In Tltusvllle, / view of Piit-ln-liay. 1Ir.i.muol/
the legal ad, Ith came from Melbourne, Sat
|WE WANT 1,1MES-We solicit your weeks, shipping his pineapples, passed, visiting Miss Grace (teed and enjoyingthe on our up Heller Is tlio chief clerk; and l1\lr. Jos.
election to be held on a visit to Mrs. Conklmg'it als
consignments of Limes, or will buy through: here yesterday, en route home. festivities of the Fourth. On Miss McCroary, cashier.
them outright. Communicate ,withus 'outant's' return home, she was accompanied August. Mth, 11)0.1) for a '( I '", Mrs. W. R. Walker. They
-Mr. George F. Miles, president and the election, of school Cocoa Thu'rNday, where they will The United States: Hotel, Saratoga/ ,
once. : by Miss Heed for a short visit at
COMMISSION I CO. Jacksonville Fla. general manager of the Florida CoastLine district. embraces everything for a few days. opened for the season of 1110ft on Juno
Oak Hill.Mr. >
22: ,20Mr. Canal & Transportation Co., of St. Merrill and City Point. desiring the profemiliiiial ser ::11. Thla year the music la to be furn .

Augustine, who left for Pomfret Center, W. W. Barry and family have I nil ad by Louis Conterno, director of
and will find I him
Mrs. Charles B. Jefferson of Dr. Hoiighton, \
3onn., a few weeks' ago, was in Boston arrived In town from fit. Augustine. WANTED, an honest, the Fourteenth Regiment band of New
lire now sojourning at their pretty and otTlce, on board the |intos, at
I this week, visiting friends. Hr. Barry Is occupying the position of small capital, to engage In York. Director Conterno succeeds C.
cony little summer borne at Sandwich, I River I lintel dock, Tltusvllle
the enil near on the Titusville-Sanford branch racture and sale of a W. Stub, who has played at the United
I Mass. Tltusvlllo on
but they will return to Ilobe -The weather in weeks.
hound It rather of the F E. C. Railway. They have Polish. Must be an es: Slates: for many years. Conterno Is one
about the first week In November 4lh was Ideal, although
the morning. rented rooms at the residence of Mr. man. Call on, or address, Edith Kitchin" and Miss. Klorlda of the best known of the New York orchestra
Mrs Jefferson's mother and sister warm In the sun during
I which was all Baldwin on Main street. Eau Gallle, Fla. !) two popular and prominent leaders. !Mr. Fred U. King, chief
ire of rain all day
spending the summer at Salt air, one Not a spot ,
ladles I I of Stuart, were am"nthe/ clerk of the Royal Polnclana, Palm
of the Jefferson cottages at West Palm right for the hundreds. of ladles who Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. I'ritchett who.
I and -('apt. N. N. Penny, of callers at the AlivooAric ollice Besch, Fla, holds a similar position at
| Beach. white dresses, with shoes, hats
wore have occupied the Orndorff house In '
In Titusville, Saturday last, afternoon. They came to .
and also did It up the United States. !Mr. King I lust great
match so, ,
-Mr, Andrew Froscher left here on sunshades to ; South Tltusvllle for several months, to Vero, where his ton the lib& and report having hal a favorite with the traveling public.

Tuesday for Jacksonville, where he : suit everybody else. have moved Into the Scoble house on his son's father-in-law, Mr. time III Tltuavllle. Like - .----

boarded the Clyde steamer, Arapaboe, I -Miss Annie Norwood leaves, on Saturday Washington avenue, where they will\ \ remain pired sudilently. last week. many more, they stayed over here HOTKL: MANAGER. The Manager ofa

IT Xew York. He Is on his way to his for a two months' outing, which a few mlnthwhlle their new re- says the fishermen north of Wednesdity, when they dnparteil Northern Resort for four seasons

old borne in Germany to visit relatives, will\ be spent in Jacksonville, Fla., Cor- deuce i I. being erected.It are now fishing) In the wishes a position as manager of a

whom be has not seen In over 30 years. dele, Ga.; Columbia, S. C.; Hendersonville Is pleasing to note that quite a daily making big hauls of Tampa Tribune says: "Hon. Florid Winter resort. Bent of refer.

Mr. Froscher expects to return here the and Ashevllle, N. C. Major K. F. number of down-river residents enrolled Referring to Mr. W. Davis of Palatka, for eight ences. Address. "Hotel Manager,"

latter part of September, or sooner. All Britton, of Seabreeze, Fla, will\ take her their names on the ADVOCATE'S subscription cently died In Tltusvllln from the f4eC1onllha- care AKVOOATK, Tltusvllle, Fla.
| letters' addressed to him, at Titusville, place In the Star office during Miss Nor list this week. Some of them Record! saysi "Mrs. Phillip last year candidate for the of -- '-- ---- -

i DpoO! matters connected with his undertaking wood's absence. Major Brltton arrivedIn we have missed for several years, but' was In DeLandfrom. ()" Governor, Is spending a few days CHURCH NOTICES.

( buMqess, will be as promptly attended Tltusvllle on Tuesday.So It Is gratifying to know that they have She hail the will.\ of her DflHoto, accompanied by Mrs.! -

to as if he were here. ladies visited the ADVO- "returned to their first love," the AI'- At the Metluxllst\ church, Tltusvllle
[ and baby daughter Mr. Davis
many probated at the> County next Sunday, July Htli., R.., W F. AlIen
CAT!: office on the 4th, that our society VOCATK. The will beijueatb's all the .. from I ubilo life with expira will preach at 11 a, m. and 7'H:: p.

For Sale, editor failed to keep a record of their FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. personal and real', to Mrs. Ms last term In Congress, and m. Until the weather g noolsr, Sunday

na-nen. Some were Tltusvllle residents Baseball Goods. children, to be kept that ha Is In Tampa with a view aeb'JOIII\ b., held at 1rsf:< > o'clock
In the afternoon Instead of 10 o'clockIn
The I.utherNon-Kiploslve Gas Burn. and the others were from up the river Mason's Fruit Jars. youngest child becomes of ( here permaimntlt, and pur the morning/ this being the wish of

e*, will\ tit any keroslne lamp. No I and down the river, and were among Elastic Book-Cases. division Is to be made, the practice of law Ha Is tiniter- the majority of the Sunday school. lie

chimney' no smoke the; most handsome ladles In town on dillOn Batteries each child to receive an : Kolzel a* one of the best law- ginning with next Munday, Judge Pen-
no danger. BurnI Wilson Illbla 01.... This Is forgrownup
will teach
I size No. 1 and 2, Spas and 75ots.eeh. that day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry them. and Supplies.Farina Mrs. Leonardy Is made sole Florida' as well as an eloquent| nay people a and only Bibles will

assisted our editor in entertaining Paints. Tbe estate consists and .."II"hedCeDtl.men.. and
Reducers to fit any size lamp, 10 be usml. You are Invited to come,
cent eacb. Write for particulars. They are all cordially Invited to again CHAS. A. OABWXBH, TITUSVILLC, FLA. The will provides that the be ba decide to make Tampa. bis fu- bring your Bible, and Join this class-

F. visit the AUvOCAnoftloe. be sold fur the support of ., ha would. ; with him charming next Sunday at 4 o'clock, In the evenIng -
Agent, There will be preaching al Mime,
:t children. It Is not known be accorded a warm welcome by
Eau Gallic, Fla. Hot Weather Necessities at ;J:.'') p. m.
A Winter Home. cattle Mr. Leonardy bad, City: of the Gulf - _._ .H____

posed to be several thousand. .- --
The Old ItlMckKiiilth 8holt.AlllrlnJ. .
FitrnUhed Water Coolers, papier-mache three
Cottage. $750.00) will\ buy a beautiful location The Clyde Line.
celebrated MerritU sizes, '1.75, 2.00, t.: .23. Take
for a winter home on Taxpayers, of Blacksmlthlng. Wagon
POor Beat Indian and Banana rivera Little Brown Jag Filters, 11.00. Ouar- Work tlraa shrunk without cutting-a
Capt. J. . Walton* furnish Island, between ;
li Line ticket. from
I anteed to make live ten longer. your Clyde
ed years
with fine frontage
cottage In South Tltusvllle. No five acres Improved, wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and
; Refrigerator and Cooler, combined. The tax books of the town & at Tltusvllla. Do not fall to
or table linen or cutlery $18 on both river -frost protection. much better. Hone shoeing and gun
; per
J Im month, I In advance, for the Excellent fishing and shooting. Just what you need. vllle will positively close on steamer, when going North. repairing. Do not be led astray Come
summer. JA.. PBITCHABD fc: Sox, VAS \ CHAS. II. WALTOX, to the old shop.J. .

CRA. H. WALToN, Particulars] C. Jacksonville.BPCMAJT. Fla. TUusvllle, Fla. Marshal and Tltusvllle, Fla. D. Exn: TltuavllI, Fla.iI .

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9e KASr CUAS'r AOVU\"AT.t! JULY 7. 1805.t .

11i WH.BV 0. TOOMBU, President C. ", rATTKB o r, Vlce-Prest, ,t ,.", tier!

were asserted by tbe New York Herald II. C. HAIIK, Treasurer FROMAN SMITH, Secretary.

and, other papers to bare fled I lilt+ "

: Mexico\ carrying' Jmportant( books and Standard Electric Compalt16 \ ,

l r) rmiIM7ltm? puperH. These' four men were ran Forsyth st Jacksonville, Kla.

ziAe4 yla talc \V A. FIU lbbons. manager r,.. CONTRACTORS AXD DEALERS IN ELECTRICAL M'l'lT! -

Nelson- Morris .!\: Co: William C D ;itf' -- --<-- -
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"Lautfhsome" the Word For
Magnates Off on Foreign

i x x Vacations. Rebate. -,A.11;C>:Jn.: e>1::>::11 os' -

.y ,
1 '+ E
How the Yellow Car Does its State Agent fot
Employees Who Are Wanted
{ V I i Witnesses Also! Hear the a* 111 f 1 y Work Against Shippers. Consumers OLD:!, AUTOCARS and FHAX ,
},4i V Call of th. Sea. 1 and Railroads. -MOTOU BOAls AND STATIONARY ENGINESgyl -

(;{ By J. A. EDCERTON'H : keep the largest stock lu the South . ,

+ UatteileH, Coils, Ujn.imos, Lamps, Horns. Write or call 1 t.
i + 1i tliu beet. trust uu the run? HUH Jackson over the bonier, while Irving The references to tile Interstate commerce Prices. Mall ciders receive prompt attention
A. Vnnt, assistant treasurer, and A. R.Kny ,
l I the I fcilcrnl Ki'initl Jury made ChiciiKo commission arid the various Individual M 1t .
trnfllr" rnnnuger, both of the nmecompany h ;37 41 West FoisytU Street ) t
+ members of that body show
i ,{ 't HO warm that iinusinijly mr-
are known In Canada' its -- --,
that th" pnc-kers keep quite clone track
vuriitloiiM cluHlnil 1 the
ly lira by
plnln John Adams and :\tr. Harris.. rntOI.t "CH7LCO"A ,
of till commlHslon and Its doings
,? I pronidcuta> and other olIlflHlH of tin vurloim -
1 I tho more the federal (jrund jurywants .
G since the giving or acceptance of
q ('kliiil I'oinpaiili-H 7 Kite why
.l >ii
| 1
I. witness. the more the object' of Chills and fever LaCrlppe and all
II Quick cure for foi, I
rebates Is In cllI'N.t'Iollitlon of tbe federal Of
s. the recent cxoiiim for Europe; of J, Ogden
tnclr desire yeiinm for Home sylvan retreat Malarial Disorders-The Quickest Cure Known.
stntutet and under the
; ::4t Armour iiud Edward I ('. Hwlft, ( comes jurlsdl'tlou -
i wlieru t usliiesn. nt' alrs do
(c ? lieada of the. WHiwrtl compunlcH" I bt-ar-" of the Interstate. commerce ONE bottle will positively stop any case of Chills and ...Fever and then
'' lug their uanit'M mill of >,ward;, Morris worry and United States pull'shnlstrouilo commission. The revelations of Mrs. for a few days as tonic It will prevent return of fever. No other \llvei+ inenme'

F t& ,' vice jiroMlilent and< nctlvu I malinger not. Mary E. :Marcy, former stenographerof E. PinkVegotablo hamis or cathartics need be taken as "Uhll-Co" acts on the liver, and It does not 't n
It Is Irue tlmt none of these men had Lydia the stomach. You don't have to wait untill fever ,
; of NelMcm MorrlM & C'o.7 And why !the two of the companies, plainly Indicate an
been actually Miibpoeiiiud' with the exception Compound giving"ourChilco; ," consequently no time Is lost, and the cum Is effected mo; art
Btlll earlierlUght of 101114 IcHner trust
vii of Mull and ono or two others. (he cNiMtencii of an Illegal combi Inv than any other medicine. Two teaspoonful of Chil-Co" taken ever in
utflolulM to varloiu point. In Europe| is a positive cure for all those! painful LaGilppe and Bad Colds. l'rlce, 5cts!>:
r I Tho rest did not wait for $uhpocnais.The .. lilt tlou. I until bedtime positively cure
Canada' and Houtli A I11I'1'I'u'Vhy i also l ailments of women It will entirelycure ) Follow directions closely and results will' bear out what is claimed r,
mere fact Unit the grand Jury expressed !It lun been HIO\\U,| by Charles Utl- the worst forms of Female! Complaints -
liavo of these' 11.1 under awBunied Older few bottles through Jacksonville
many Ask druggist to a jobber"
i ( a desire for their pri-Mence, or ward, ItiHMcll In Everybody's. Maga/.liu- all Ovarian troubles Inftumination. your ,
canes. ? Furthfriuort! why-the It will sell, because It cures.
they thought It wire going to d" so-was and by otter! writers and lu testluiouyulTeieil and Ulceratlon. Falling ancDisplacements
most of all do tlume
linporlnnt why -
1 of the Womb
enough i.9'he i. \tirluus heailng-4 that Just and con
+ 1 t ubllentpl'lI huppon' to !I" tlie nieuwhom ast.t
very Ill'lnelltplnal:; Weakness, and 11
seizure by ho government of nix : Kctrtt tullroud rebate built the
k the Ki'iunl jury wishes to 111WII' ( UII; peeRlathy: adapted to the Change of ConsumersYour ::: : : : !
trunks full of
r trust pipers( containing: Standard Oil monopoly HO bus It built
+ r' lion In It.. liivfMtlKiitloim of the trust? ,\/,. Every time it v ill cureBackache
a much HeiiHullonal and viihialile evidence up I the beef trust. The manner of exacting
Incidentally the dlntrk't attorney! la
may have given the puckers an these rebates the has .
also nsklutf tin iiui-stlon, Why I U, It uunsary > by puckers : Atttors.tiox.Please:: :: :
uneasy feeling !Unit facie. Ham Is hienrneHt been\ Inge ,lous.. It all cuuie about It has cured more cases of T.eiicorrhuea -
'> for the trust hooks to KO ou extended
Ulan other \vorl
and that t th few I Indictment I any remedy <
< Uiroiigh t tin famous yellow refrigerator/
f 1{ joiirni*"M for tlielr liculih has ever known. It is al.muKtllltu.lIible. We sell Groceries at WHOLESALE
returned are merely prelude to other cum. These for (the most )part are you
t Meat eulerw mid< went buyers bit VII in suclf cirses. It dissolves. and expelsTumors
. mid more Important ones to follow. owned by the beef trust, uud by a Merles from the Uterus !in
i seen tho prlrtt rliinliliifftlliiiblng until un early Prices Write for our Price List Great
)? I l r It ban "become u luxury In iiiuny fuuiillOH. It HO the sudden'' vacation flu anin of king and trackage/ charges therailroads stage of development! That
would find further explanation than tho hand and the
UU one private
j They lime iirnnl the charges' that Dearing-down Feeling, saver.
the mere desire tu avoid the wltiifHH .shippers' on the other are! forced to money
+ the beef trust was rC''InMI\II' \ They
t | causing pain, weight and headache, I.
stand. The fact that the m-cret" bur. the'
handsome modem
tribute to
I 'f have heard these clinrKi'n" dcnlod as pity Instantly relieved\ and permanentlycured .
i rylnff flwny iK-eurrcd on the eve> of the feudal biirouH whose. .. castles ni'o lutklug : -
its Under all circumstances
lauds by use
vehemently ILK they were They
iii C
clom of I the> gninil Jury's work and. Iii. The eh The Co.
!*''l have heard of iiroHwiitlonn. "trust uses truckage +lr'gvs liretdmply it acts in harmony with the Enterprise Grocery
that there were actually l'nrnnrM In the
bu tlnll" and great; thlriK" tu bo done, another name for refutes. The female system. It corrects ,
lllr of wholesale InillctnieutH. abort I t to''
Icing harges, which lime been shown
, but nothing definite seemed to be lietoiupllHliiMl. IrregularityfSuppressed
1 7 Bridge St.
bo returned lend air of
an probability to be so exorbitant as tilmoHt to stagger -
Still the price of mviit hut or Painful Menstruation,
to this view. :IZLelII1'S'ills:! Plol'ida.
belief' are exactions from private
WeaknesHof the
kept going Ui.| KufogKiHl with coitfllct- Indigestion,
Tin six trunks containing secret fruit shippers) and others who are !
lag HtutemeutH the poor people( have Bloating Flooding, Nervous J'rostra
II l eeii utiiible to'dc>ll'rmlllo whether' the' trust records have (proved nn Important force! to use till> refrigerator cars la tion. Headache, Uenerul Debility. Also

lei find for tin 4 vcTMiucnt. They+ 11'IIIIMI"II'III1/o/ their perlBhiihlo. goods totuul'lo
beef trust WIIH uliovp suspicion( ort had. been ,placed for safe keeping I In;. 't. This process has !gone on until Dizziness, Falntnoss, P. Rulilmaxi & Co.
whether( It WIIH too big to be reached. Extreme LaMltlltle'don'tcare" and
the National Safe I>e >n usft vaults, from
| !the beef trust Itself has come to control "
If It IIIIM iH'ifmi to make motions that want-to-be-left-alone feeling, excitability
i+ fan be seen mid understood It U time which they were taken by United : the most considerable part. of the Irritability, nervousness, sleep 261 Washington St 1 1 NEW YOKK.'

p. for tho laymen, unacquainted\ with the lessness. ,.flatulency, melancholy or tile !"3 Murray Street r I X. Y,

mysteries of liijunctloim and. 1 legal<< terh- .- blues," ana backache. these are
sure indications of Female Weakness! '
nh'nlltk's, to Hit lip\( nail take notice -7 ; /
\ \ some derangement of the Uterus. For
; Karly vacation mean mmiHlilng. If Oranges Pineapplesand
; _
Kidney Complaints
I W the pucker lire hltilng tlieiiiHolveH to nECSwIFT ,
4';' Knglund, Camulit. and other points. NttlsoH and liaekuche of either fejc the Vegetable -

where tho stars and stripes do not hold MoaR15'pIiM Compound Is unequaled Florida Fruits Our
Specialty.We .
way, Is not that fact n Ilttlu HUHJ>|. You can write Mrs. Pinkham about
I 9 1 yourself In strictest: confidence.
clous? r I represent several of the largest shippers in your :State, and wish to representyou
It Is perhaps, |' worth while to notice i LIDIA E. P1KEIUM: MED. CO., LI am, .>...

1 just whut bus |been done While the I .., also. Give lisa trial shipment Established 30 years

!' i packing foiiiiiinleH|' Mite mailo many r"g I

produce prouilHUM, liiipurtunt they have been, wltncHseH careful not when top a 1 1Iilli'iJ Free to the Ruptured ESrAHLISHKl: 187(1.(

t wnute
1 Tho grand jury him. even turned In
M. Lane
& Son
1 .8'erullnIII'tllll'lIt", for timipprluff\ with

i ? The Rice Method is Unparalleled in the ,

I Annals of Medical Successes.A I 250 WASHINGTON: STUEET, :NEW YORK.

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LCD iFTICMAELP Southern Fruit and Produce
UDA NY Cheep' 11...... Cure Iliac Anyone Can. lea
1,1111Ww, : ,K. ,Ijl"r
\\IHiont lMint hanger or Loraof
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or.o.JXl.is:: : : : sior.l.: :3iyxEercla.a-ra.ts.: :


To thethuusandsnan. n thousand. or ruptured" Stencils Cards and our quotation. furnished on application.
who have worn trusa.sall. their It v--. and
I? Kuople... ", .. ilitioimtngtMi, the Rice Mftliud will" 1 u _ _
a Clod mini.: l'I"| writing to l>r.V, H.
'111ee:, 2iIla< Main' lit,Adams, N. Y.. he will rroclyunit
TIIW KAMOIJ8 YI.r.I.oWIt AND rilOMlXKXT: HKKK TKI'S'I I ---- gladly, .and Hodges c& O'Hara'

: P tHi'1'MCIAI.H. .- "' I ton Method. a trial liv mull of hiv a) ,

-- -- "of .\l I you run test It In ...Manufacturers and Dealers
\, State uiiirshiilH., To \prevent the puckers fruit shipping' \business of the country, Ii' J.,l your own home, ,
dui notward 10. "back.
I f from rt''o'pl'llIl1110'11) nil order so that It IH uo longer u mere meat t lxl aboutwrit-
li1' WIIH Issued 1 by Fi-dernl fudge Siliiborn trust, but has become a gigantic food I 1)111) KOntfl"It'. n..h..rtt. nor hungmtrythlewondcr .

!il' ; l Impounding tin trunk and their contents trust, receiving. Its toll from almost< every I : : I yon -

for the use of the grand jury. article that conies. to the table. Oi I I. till nmthiHl., Box Ieada, Fruit and Vegetable! Crates, Mouldings, Shingles! eh.
I \ W. : a Mills and ofllce located at Buffalo Bluff, 1"11Vrlte ua for prices deliveredto
: .....v. ."'V ... Upon\ examination tho secret transactions one end of the line It exacts tribute "1. 'f', \ lI I well k11.nown poultry any part of the !State. Address. : Hodges & 0'Hara. Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
of the Aetna Trading company, from the stock raiser, tho farmer uud / I \ man) was nip- .:-

a corporation) through which the \puckers the fruit grower by forcing! down their I : yearn lured, trial sixteen l every

a+p J. 0IJ1>1t.'I AUMOl'U fOMPANV, IIBAU: ,Of TUB ARMOUR have curried! on their business under prices.' On the other end It exacts: tribute "("i I tam, partly cm the mm market la. WE WANT EVERY GROWERIN

it common agreement were unenrthed from the consumers. who. constitute hi.* mind t<. unite -
witnesses. Thonuin J, Couuors, generalDuprrtutvudont proving the existence: of nn j.radically. tho entire in'bun uud much a'{ (II I. /iii'lto t danger
tl for Armour & Co., was understanding In violation. of the antitrust 111 an operation|
of the rural population of the nation .. / t I hy the greatest
Indicted for seeking to Influonoe the law. Vpoii eat.li of tin- trunks by. forcing up prices' In the middle It I I of qad| lack "FLORIDA VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida Crops
t testimony of former 'inployeps.Kotir 1 I _. Mr. '!0 at. Rigger.) i lie. tried the I r.Kli '.
were tho InltlaU "U, H. 0.. belouglmr exacts tribute from the railroads and i *.. Sleth.sl.He lit now cured "FLORIDA OH.\YGE-A: ::! book of special interest to Orange Growers

t I ottlclaU of tho 8l'111\'ltrzR'hlllI &; to It. II. (C'ownn one> of the olUclaU of the shippers It Is fur these and other Mr.. H i titter MAWS *'1 triad Dr. Rlt'e'n. method "FLORIDA STRA WDERRIES."Booklet on "Soil Varieties, Cultivation
8ulxburKer! company, u member of the tho Aetna who N believed std t .It cured mo. I tint not low a day'a time or' ,
company that It bus been newel the .
,, .. "
{ suffer any 'n" "ve. '" tlundrvdv of my and Fertilization.
trust were Indicted for obstructing a l>.. In C'liiind.i... greatest trust In the world, and It Is friends, know the wonderful fan that tliU re Effect
_ ''t r United State marshal la niarvahle "IRISII POTATOES. -Booklet on "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation
serving u One of the most. juicy bits. of textmony )- for similar causes that the machinery thankful method cured tell me and I certainly! feel.
ubpoeuu on un employee of that con brought out In the hearing and the Bl' lives enotiith to HIM,tuy experience.Dtr of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping.
) ) etmcerm of the laws courts has !been Invoked "trer at Clay tie car and any one
ceru. write him and learn his "PINEAI'PLE: FERTILIZEROf Grower,
tlc) use of certain cipher and to break up thin. gigantic combination. can exrertence.The special interest to Pineapple

+ :Edwin!: B. .Flab the employee In question c<.le terms employiMl by the )packing! a..Ice mean thousands mire than of tenTtiuoitlals such .1'.1..0.received usually by Pr. "IDEAL FERTILIZERS."-Book showing all our different Brands. Analysis,

i, suddenly concluded that hU companies I In correspondence with It'u In the spring of 1002 that do. well.A eron H. may would take a medicine\ amt perhapsKt Price, Etc.

f health demanded a trip to Oanadn.J. their agents. The frequent occurrence Judge irossciip; of Chicago< Issued his 'a rupture is a break probably of the recover mUIleI anyway_, and :New and revised editions of tbe above just published, sent free for the asking;
f A. ftlcNaiiKhton of Omaha trntUc of the equivalentnrtl for rebate Is fatuous. Injunction against the meat tbere)ate no I Imaginative' cures. The cure tens
be complete, ami In the fare of thousand of
manager for Cutluhy & Co.. was ao- ...1f1l1l"'lIlIt.r.: Strc.vckniitnM, a former barons to prevent their forming or such cures, who can doubt. that this wonderfulKlce WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY.
outer employee wanted badly as. a confidential Method will permanently cur even the
employee of the Armour continuing a monopoly In restraint of .
grand jury wltnoim. Ills presence"''' company, swore to the Identityof natural competition and trade, It was FLORIDA.

promised, but he, too, heart the call of the code book and gave the Interpretation In the uclghborhood of two years later -

the sea and. It Is said l. lit now doing of a number of the! terns that this decision. was affirmed by -TUE- IF YOU
Europe. Among these. this following are especially the Vnlted States supreme court. In ..

I Others who found that their physical Interesting' : spite of adverse judicial action bow.
; "
condition required. a change of nceue
1..h..o"n"hl\l.. ever It has been a matter of common
+ S i are George 1). Koberts.. manager of the t.nun..l1It.
nrrnno' rebate thrr belief that the packing companies continued
4 beef department! of Hammond & Co.; pn.ln.l..tun..tI-nllrnlnlC, I the .stick at both reaching their ends. by other MOTOR. .Building Lot

James Itrcmmn department ..
tl manager t.un."Inor-C'nn make rrbnt menus. It was to Investigate' reports I

of Swift & Co., and Uf'Ur.rollIrlIt111. : of AUrn-r-1Ianil! rebuts mattors ....,...f"II.,. and charges to this effect that the special STARTS EASIER: RUNS STEADIER,

the Cudahy company, who are all recuperating I..ivu-Pay rrbatu from cash on ha mlI federal' grand
jury wns Impaneled -
In Europe; <). V, Drecht of ",ivrallo-nrtMtm must be conadentlnl.k'lnat.yehude at Chicago. Most of the testimony GIVES GREATER EFFICIENCY or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
rrbiitrs llttla
I'' one of the St. Louis>> companies, who Is than .lon. bnslneiis.. n rathor taken by this "body has been In secret, and uses LAND: FOR AX ORANGE GROVE,

: having tin outing In South America J..nk-If rvr...nry. 1If'l"lIre shlpmcnti but enough has leaked out to keep! -LESS GASOLIXE. riNEAFPLE: PLANTATION TRUCK GARDK.
; and Harry Carr manager of the prowl.t loll can make rat.i toKn Interest or
public keenly the alert.
ou Hone
alon department of Olio of the ChicagooouipauleM. ond-Mi.>rl rate by voucher.KulnntsMeet per We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.
any rate off<>r.>il.K That the lan.tllt1ltloll"oul<) result In Power than any other Engine: made.
AI who U eujoylntc the air of "hK.r-If thin rot will\ not secure, ad.vlHf criminal prosecution of a more or less We demonstrate this Settlers are flocking but still there U room. If yon art
4'auaiia. A << t suit WoodpathInter.tatcommerce looking this way, drop a line to
department and other com-
managers hope of tbe public, anllf these precipitate -
t Important trust officials. have also ...rvtc. of summons vacations are an Indication has" become Commercial alien 9 to 300 Hone Power. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce.Preo-idtnt.

found It necessary to repair their wastd from tnterslsus. comMarc. a uels.toa. the fear of the trust Special Light High Speetl sizes from
? + .d constitutions In the Dominion and r..tno'-M..t lnt.rt,,t. commrrr com- from :2O! to 2.1O:\ Horse Power. FLORIDA EAST COAST ICY,
run away a federal grand
i4t secret srrlc men report that of, mluln. FTCFOLL'.rJitlAiAi
many Imprlnld-Judaon C. lemon.. jury Investigation Is not a new thing[ ST. AUGUSTINE.
:, these have also. concluded a change of Imprintlnr C. T.otn rui. with the pocking house representatives. Benj. W. Jerome.
,1 name healthful. Thus. Richard W.. Imprison_Charlm A. Prouty.
+ Hack In the spring of 1002 asimilar
I' I how.., department manager for Swift | Improbity ImprobltaB l R.W.It rtf o..l... Inquiry was being carried forward STATE AGENT FOI.EnKIDNEYqJE!

: Jt Co., Is said" to be kuowu us William AI'1DOur-.Arntncll wit.I. .. ..cr..,.. and, four of the trust officials' WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. .,'''4...., ..,.. Me ....._ .... KMsTM..d ..



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professional Cards. Sotlc. NOTICK INTENTION TAP1 < IS BEEF TRUST ON THE RUN ;;* that effect upon some people o<.-

1,,. 'IIIIIv: nhcn fi)r it term of .\'enrtlier,
'IY 1.OU t T- -
.- n'xli1t> ii abroiul aiul notubh. I lu I s,>utln t >"iiiItuly
::::: ::: TX TUB .IRli'iT COURT OF TIlE [Continued from page' :3. J Jln
BOBBINS :Seventh TKKSNO 1'ATENT. It ,'.ttui invny tlielr 1"t""I", in,
M. Judicial Circuit of Florida
GEO. In and for Uievard Co. In "They' cull I i thenmelven hy I tint I I I,i MIJ, :
Cbanl'ery.Alexallder ". for Armour & .'0. ; 1.ouAshhy .
COUNSELOR: ninnnRpr mime-"cotiuopullt.lii.! I They tin i i n i.It.tthey t
ATTORNEY AND M TerWHlllferOf\ler( ) to np- 'TICK I In hereby 1 ffivfii tl.Ht the Ulul."I| n..1. and 1I..I't.tnrT for Hi'
., mauiiKrr It" %'. I'ltl'/cut of ntiy( one t h'" n orcountry
VS: I pear, etc. Intend to apply" to Ht I. xcflllci.cv, hhlh.h11hi *
AT-LAW. C. :. Kemodle H. l4roward. for letters. Pnttmc upon the pro I Armour Packing compnny and K: < I In purtlcuhir lint of tinword i ,
.? Mary f FurBclosure ]M.i.tMl charter, pnt llitieil l,..li.w. unit. nnltl. Mpptlcation BallcjnmnnitiT for tho t'udahy I'uok
Will practice In State and United State 1. Kemodle, his wife. J of Mortgage. will be miule. at T...IUtiMKN. Mt the capital. lit lurtreThin' .

Court. To C. C. Kernodle Ga. aod on i lie First tiny of .Inly A.. l>. l'Nh. I i III,K company. TM rumored ftlltht miMirnM xouiiiNcry' flue, but if \ "uionie
| Atlanta ,
R 1>. HOKK: .
the call of
FLA. :Mary T. Kemodle bin wife Atlanta, I'. VAN: hut*NT. Just after a grnn tit it lilt tyac I tlii'lf tint Intit .ltl1 %i IiI g-
Office at TITUSVILLK:, GII.: 1'KRCV O. W AL'rn". jury tu flml certain boons" and papor* nut nf i-ii/ 1,1, irenemlly I li-4co\ i' I Unit i with

Whereas the affidavit made by the rilKTKK OF THE R. P. HOKK rl'\s\ . hut wer spirited( from :New York tiNew 'u) fur from liarlntf gOt their <\ itipn

OAULDEN attorney for the complainant: In the We. the umleraltfiiml Iwrwbv RUfloclattf our Jersey, again dlHiippenrml nod thlen rnlniKiMl" to siuh a dctfri i> Dint LucasPaints

D.L. above entitled cause, ha been duly filed H..!MB together", for the )purpoi ..r forming I'c.rpuretlon trfff traced to New Orleana fnm, they ciiii feel for the central I .Vfil...iuticfero \

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, stating the belief of the affiant that the' under the Laws or FlurttU. vrhli'h pico It was charnt that they :, In hN deeriulatloii ai mm-h ustliey I

above-named defendants are each real- ARriCI.K I. Wore taken to( :Sfexlco. can feel, fir the "'II Itochut' |lual toll

Will practice In all the Courts of the Stan dents of a Mate or country other than I Tin nam..t the corporation elicit 1* (lie. It woe UurlnK the 11KKI problnic thaI er In III" HciuNtarviitlon the I ). luive I
and the United Btatas. Courts. the State of Floiida : that the residence
ot Flurtila. TITU9V-UJ.B. FLA. of each defendant as particularly as In K. U. HOKfi COMPANY ttif st-vivt ciIler code tioDKt nnil I*th'I' rather, bet nil tvmpnlhy for e,'erv ono, (Tinted Gloat)

I I. BoMS. known to affiant Is n* above; that eachof atitl Its,prinrliml Florida: \ place it of 'htmlatwfl aUo: t:HtMl Khali,.Urh 'IM nrhrfpluiVH MtJeitHou *' of the Cudahy t-ompany wore except for th'.II1..h.I. i. "( 'oiaiopoll- will hold its color
; mav
said defendants\ over the age of of ", nec.. Ht am'h j.ointfl iw iiwjr tindetmittil broutilit Into evlilemv. i-leiirly provln (it It" In. In 1111111 I'.r. of I lntiuiccx' only

: WEBB twenty-one yeais and that there is no ea. i,u.tient. tlu I'tlnteuoe of nil IInl..r..lnn.tlnlf, b<>. "",'111..11" writ Inrip' *.-All the Your brightness and glossfor

Ii.J. person In he State uf Florida the service ARTICLE: II. tmtMi' that antI other pucklng von 1t..1 __ The

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW of a Btibpo-na upon whom would bind hIt t'"rll"11 the wnine sjKtpni.' wltrdliTiMiMit \ a many years.
The iteneral nature of the lm lnM to ..
()"lil<*i> \rl Kor the Itch
In the Courts of the 7th said defendants or either of them. trammeled idiall lt. the fcrowluiriuidof "''Mr".II", cixlt. I I. HUM tloulitlcsn In ex: paint doesnvt fade
Will!) practice Now Tho I"nllln..: tu ,leIMO I nuythliitf nrllnlll.,
therefore you the said C. C. Ker- 1"ln..I'I." | and .I ht.r fruit. corporation ,
> > Miluabl
rircuit.; Taxes paid for non-reuldentf I nodle and !Mary T. Kernudle wife may ale rulne, pack, prunerve. ttr deal tn any lgtaIiii. Homo of Mt are its certain lenders, of fnnhlon, arhack "....kllllir streak blister crack
rents and accounts collected. your kiiul nf ,prniinitt,* enter Into .any ktn Ind and each 01 you are hereby required to "':,.sue may buy and, sell any kind ctl tliroiiKh hundivd of years to Bin-

TITUSVILIB:, FLORIDA. appear to the bill of complaint tiled In property I f'xllmpl. : !die out Home 1I11t1"|", Mt).le mid appropriate - like some paints do.

- this Court HK liiHt you by Alexander III.Ter..lIIlger. ARtICLE 111. l'rhllnl.AII Interested hava narnnl to It as their own miy,. the :New will look

jou the said C. C. Ker. The authorised, UONK follow.. prtcas vffactlva .... York PrcNft.' .lunt now It IK tho "Juliet Any paint
PENNEY amount nf capital stock 1 I'r'hln-AU Intorestoil. have narroml toI
A.;i. D. nodle\ and 1 ) j DOI.LAHM: illvldml I n.lony-Aarrra to hol'ou to net" I It Is. >\ () .t'tl of slender golden! well at first, but none
node 11 pun the 7th day of August 11II! ( into "\K Ttfor\M: !) !SHAKKS' of the .
respective bo entered par value of ONK: HI'SI.ItbI: ) 1>t11.I.Alt.8'h.. do thi same.i.'fiilIIave. atrumlH.. with mun>' tiny JewcU enitin- looks well
ATTOIIXEY-AT-LAW your i to so long as
appearances uomplntnts
I too many yaur
In the ( lerk'H office of this Court at Hatd. .stink or any. ;part. Uivrvoi' mayhe gloat In itt nicHhen' .'te. n headdressfor '
Inn tied hi |aynint for property. labor or 1I.I'II1K sfhixtulnTVn.lirly
TITCSVII.LB FLORIDA.Will Tltusvllle, Floiida. RerVl'ee. at A June valuation tn bt fixed hv the -Oat In line with othnr houa* c\enlnft neur It N becoming highly L.utas J zi"ts.

In all the courts of the 7th This order will be published In the cnrimtaiom <.r by the director.* at a hll.'et. lug Si",iithrnrr-All attriMi lo iHt-oporatsi for. I .popularOr.lnMnee. .
practice cHilmt. for ttiat imrpoMe and, iu-U property la. SU"lhly-.Mak.. combination price Ask your dealer.
Judicial Circuit. AMT toAST ADVOCATE a weekly news ttor and. Hervlce, when HO appratited sully' hetil *llaia Knr Ijermam Oflleara.Ttie .
paper. published at Tltusville, Florida kaii In payment" of ntilin. ..rtpttoiift. for Mock lu ouo! of tho I..ttt'r"lIl1'lIrtlu..1 Ofcurntl .
( lerman; Ii war department will John Lucas & Co I
once a week for four consecutive weeks tuihfirtrthHd' . tor liy the inoorimrattini. or oilierulscnllers. this HlKnlrloitnt piimtaKe'After :
> NOOII IsHiie to Its .iiillceri nui|>'' about all
QTEHIKX E. FOSTER as to said defendants, publication to tulkliitf with aom of the K -n- Philadelphia
commence foithwlth and within twenty AUT1CI.K IV. loll IM the palm of the hand.\ Tims the
ami with othHM
ei-al rHoiially
l_) ATTORNEYATLAWJyaIUpchuroh days from tills. date a copy of this order Tim term for. which the corporation .tdmll e*l bIt niaiuiKerM | bin ordniime. 11111 i''' nrc I roliii-iMl. by photoitriiphy - .r-i
tliu, tulopliuiieo have ili'i'Ulei
will be posted at the door of the Courthouse la ninety-Hint jearw.The oil to a .she easy to carry The
Building Jax to hme our first ine -tlutf SutiinlnyuioriiliiK !Sold Ity .In*. rltchnnl .V !Hon.TlluxUl .
of lirevard county and a copy AItTI'U: V. I officer* will have mattulfyliiNT )(llta"tI". I I
Klu."Will .
i si'd will I report I tho r.-milt. s
JACK80XVILLB, FLA. will be sent by mail to each of the defendants btmtnpftA the corporation, elicit let manajrml .
to the respective addresses and conducted', hy a .,,, n himrtl ot TliU rum \\rlttru frmu South Ouinliuntiertt -- --

given. ill I wo tor*, a tresehl:her .. .I'r! ::, .I.'h"other oltlcemand all the i-otiipimli"* lime hrutifbhmixes \
aiTHMt ati may he aiithortutd. hv the Iv.lawsbut ; :tv4: Gri. fE.
Largest and Most Corn Done and ordered at the Cleik's office the tto..kliol
The at the Cliciiit Court for Brevard county, .. In the iiiaiiHtcfliiiHtit, ,, of the rmnpany'iihiirtliiMHii ' of /ott'lIprllllllllnll/C'r./ .. of the \'iirloimcoiupiuiles
olata Establishment South. Florida this l.:!rli day of June A. 1)I. by a uiiaii.iiioim "..t..r ..II his .t taJ
auil. oiitHtaixltnir. rim ilirertorn' .nhull. houltfiHan , tin tlierti could "'.lIr..ly Uo : : : Eo.porho.c..goJ-: : :
1IKW( : A. STEW AH I 1'
by A. ,
HnnuwlU hy tlientot'khohlert at are of
.or"I I more I tlinu one tteuernl I tile lilt gor one
Cleric of Circuit 'ourt. Inr uttH'khohlttrft'' in-Mtlni.. ':, tu lie held' the HnttTiiftHdnyln I
GEO. S. HACKER & SON lIy O. A. briwAur: U. >:. I March. '1 hey idiHll Im Ht.M'klMililoiMtpialttluil company. OAVTOVA. FI.OiIIA.All .
to vote at the eiwtlmi' ut wlilch thev I Theie lire tew more lutereHtlnx chapters -
1). I'IC
DIK\ olle..r tho flirvrtoniHhaU. I he clmMtnpreHtdnnt .
Solicitor tot Complainant. H-! .*> are. uhiwttn.hv the MtiH'kholtlurM. and another, In iiioleru history ttiiin tho .li>\'.lupiuent kinds of MKH anil llouso 1'alntlntf rnpt-iliuiiKlntf) Itl/'., piomptly attended

treasurer Ttie .bit'k lil .tttrn iimvat any HiniitHlluwt of this light Itetweeu the tfov- to at any )place on the KIIS ( "oust. A laigo stall'' of pruotloiil mult employed tt) do I
.tlntc.: or Ht HI V other nirNniiirc ciilli-d for that,. this. kinl of woik.
crnini-nt Hint that rrentrnt of IniHti.. It .
Notice. I'inrHrH' t tlt'twriniiiB fix or ch..llare the niimh
of dtr-m'Lori.. Mint nhnll. tlionmrttr "tfovtrn, ItwalfulrM. that /to\'t"'lInll'l1t ulioiit to \\'itt and uro ;
A Ins' $..rity of the wlmlo iniinher, nfdirtMtnrft i
uliiul.I be IUM......"ry to constitute I a tho trust tteiieriils HeeliiK from prone -. IMIICi: MHT < > !.'- ---

I t'IRTIT. cornr OP TIlE K\K\TII: '|iiioriim. alt I itilt) ? '1'1...,.., urn I tlie qiieNtliiiH t I Hint
Jiiitit lal, ("iriiilt! t>f Klorlila in anil .tor /Hru- .
tanl (;..uuly. In llmnrery.,. ARTICLK. I thiwe I Interested I In the utruififlp II I'll n .kMHM I

Mary V Turner and A ,iiouiu'teH hi anv of the office nf the iMirpura- Eureka Wine & Liquor Co.
Smith Turner 1 tlt,n may I lot tilled hv the rwniHlnlnic I hnMtr VH Or.ler to Atn| | >nr, 11Pramen : <>. until I the nttxt Bh't'tloii Iii In I'HHH Ill I 'I|hIllihlill ,
Mare A. CurtU, [ of the ilinirtorn van he ohtaliiHd. for thta I |",nr- '
r. I'm K 1'11.11| IlliCit, the vacancy. or vucHtichin mav I he HUnd. hy
Charles 111. Co... j the HtiM' liohlurA .at a upei.lal idmMion, to .he nailed . Tim (1 rout !Noiitliorn Mail Chth'r I HOIIH .

ToMarvA Ciirtln Naples New Y ork ; KrancesC. fur that purpose.)
). .'e"k.l\tInllll r. I. War l>''p't onllmnire, AItTl<'r.K11.. Express Prepaid. Full Quart Measure. '
I'lvlHltm, anil d"rl", M. Cos, Alhiiourrmiu. .
MANUFACTURERS OF ---- - --- -- -- --. .- -- ---
N. M.Whiirons. . dim oil I tli = ::= 'It
In cane .r. failure to COM on I ,attlilavlt made. l bv the attorney for hernln I, npt>olntHd for that purponw, I the corporu I I'r-; ."..ur. TI'.r I 1\
Doors Sash Blinds. he[ cniitpl ilniinu In theahove: entitled I call a, has tlon, nhall I not: :on thttt aunouiit.:, he dtniioiviHl I I, !, Unllonl Quarts Jllnrllli CacoIiuitoluutt'sttivttte
lieen :dill::: } 11)011) Htatlnff the Itvllttf of thH nttlant i hIlt the old o til corn nhiitl, h..lel..v"r .ami. have full.. - -
that the ahova named ilelemlants are tfarh rtml- i (Hivvcr to exercise th..lr r..l'llv.. I .11I"0. until 7ii.---: . .TT.I11T .IIK.II m fU 110 :

Moulding & Building Material ,luiits i>r a State .r country other than the State. their fuuceMMorN. are duly .0ni.tnd ami, ijnalinnd.. lIatlhet', That' Whiskey I fll) I III) 0 Ill) 1:1: 'Zihlnteluett'us ;
Florida. that the rmldence. of nrh doftmd- 1 ) ,,
nt ; : An election. however nlmll' h" ttallnd hv tile .11-
ant. "as ,particularly. as Is known to arllant Is as ; rectum an 10011 "alt prwitluahia. n",11t thin U not 01.1 Rye . . . . . IIIH: alll: ( I 1\11\ ) I Ii till) IEtiriukit

Office Warerooms. King opposite atmvii ; that each. or said ilefunitaiiia, Is ...vertwenty" ,done the, Mockhohlern may h..I.I". inpetlntf: for N. O. pplll lirstidy . . . . . I j\: 4 7\: T itt 1 s t M1
I .
,"" years" of air, anil that thi'n* Is nolere..II that piirpoHe upon a war rant l'r..1' from any N. t :. Applo IIrnn.ly. . . . . . . . . . ::1:1.: :8 :2... .0 $ \\I 7(1i'uuroka
Cannon Street.Charleston .In the State nf .'lurl,s ..r amhiifwna In the. which !I. '
l upon whom woulil hlntl iialit. Lefanilants just dflftirahltt lw t>f UUIH''O to hold| suet, ntrwtintf cnnnty t In If utotik It : MRII. . . . . . . . . . $IIH) I IIHI I"tN) 13 (*1ptiroka I f

or any or them : i I IxdditrH: who hold::: : four-lifti,. of I..or' k, shall i : : S'. e. I'ench IIrantl , . . . . . . . . .4 7\; .4 7\: T IH) 1 I IMI '

S. C. Now theratore., you, the said. Mary A Curtis: lie |I'"t. they mav hnl,l mich meeting, by "Itf' nIntc I N. C. I't'R11h hirawly . . . . . . . .. . . . ... :1/: ... S 23! I 1'4\' : II 7(1Fisrekia ( ''J.

of Frances' C. I'e"k, ..n.I'harlo.). to M. COM....r,to ami hIS eucli bill n ,written vonnntit thernro upon the recordof call nf. N. U. COIn . . . . . . . . . . :1:1\: : :a/\i : : I M (U 7" '
you. are hernlty requlrHU aIl' the iretttltiK" If no meeting" l ii had on
of complaint' tiled tn this cyinrt against you' by the director: :* ,,r hy the t<:itTtholdnra: ,: an ahnve: Eureka ::0;. O. Corn XX . . . . . . . .1: (MI :a ''MI t II") I. (IMI i I .

Sash Weights Cord ano Mary V 'Jnrnur ami Smith Turner. liar hnnbaml. thin .h.II he ihteniHil. .a oonrtunt on the Eureka N. o. Corn XXX . . . . . . . . . .J. 7\; :..J 7\: I U It :11)Iurekut
Yost. the islil Mary A. Curtis anil ( harlns' M. Iart..r the "' .....1...... nf the onrM.rathin to the 1\41
: : : N. O. XX'C..2 1\11) 2 I 1\41 ::1 71\ T
toss upon the 5th ilav nf June. I'NI5 anil 3111the i retention In oftl<; $ ..? the neveial. incnnilinntu, .
Hardware. said Francis", C. I'eck upon the aril ilay "f and they shah. continue t.. hold until legally. 01,1, Crow Jlnn rbun. . . . . . . . . 4 MI I rlI ii 7S 1:1: I\IJ thfertnitnirat

July II UHlft, your respective: apnaannivs I to ha en.terell ellIhhPitilthh.. Rye . . . . . . . . . . . ..flil .4 1\41 117\: 1:11\41: :

... Vlorlila.In the Clerk's oltii-e of this court at Tltusvlll A Inl( U: Mil "'nnoy Uronk Rye . . . . . . .11 7.:1:1 7\: 5 11\; 1I:1t: ) rii II

Window and Fancy Gla !'i' This The natim of the oftlcern who are to conductthe
Anvix'ArK.a. weakly n..w.;>a|'erpiiUlliiliHd. hunliimm.. of the .corHtrmtlnn| until .legally : ""rloK . . ,1\0 & .it.. "IH' tI: 7t: l'

A SPECIALTY. at TltiisvlllaFloriilannna. awavk. for fonrcomteclitlve A. Curtisan.I Niince..il...d 'lire'' It. l U. Iloke, C. Van Kriint, .and Milk Velvet . . . .1'M' ) 1\:1\\ : : 7 M i U 7(1Oklaai (

llharles weeks' as M.to Cons the, anil d..ro".lanbllllary, once a week for elichcoonnnoutlva Terry.. nhall If.. Walton be illruutom. an.1J.; of .whom Van HnuittrH.urr. It. l lHoke U . . . . . _. ::1 71) oJ IH) II'M. U ''M' it
prentdent .
- - ---- .
for the ilelaiulant Frances (] .
weeks MAlt K. MAIirr KOIIMHIl IIKBPTHI -I----, -- ----- '
1'erk piililloatlnn to cniiinienrs forthwith ; eml .
within twenty ilays from this ,
will the tutor of the
he at
this order poittixl
Court Hiiiine of Hravaril County anil acopv will Tile highest. ainonnt of Indtthtedneiia nr ilehll- aol that time nnd future develop- Save tw..lva IslHtls of lUuihirtt's, Trlvata Stock, and ainira a I".tli. rr..... fUva twelve labels otllauhittfs
he mall to each nf the ilefamlants to Ity Ui which' the corjioratlon! can at any time lute Dili Kya ami swiura a 'bottle frnii. Ha a twnlTa laluilsof I Hatnliatt'sTllafs' Whisky I anil Mmra -
the sent respective by aildremtas given aliova. ahibjeiJi. Itself flhall he, ill ty Thoiuianil LHillarn.AKTICLK oientii uloue will answer. Tim fuet that .. a iMittlfi IraH. Hava twelve labels of Kumka N. I1.;: Corn: au, .t mmura a ,hottln: I frm Save twalvautmlnofKuraka ( I j. ,
and ordered at the Clerk's.omna of the N. U. Apple IIr""I, anil. ,,,,,"r" fin* bottle ln.. M.... lwel n lalNilxif. Burrka. Msltami 1
Done the are cow .
for rlrevant. County Florida this X. representative pucker naoiim. one lath,In fnia. lrlnns, of alllf..I.IMI1.orht.at ininiiisny'a, torn are TIM'' iwr gallon leas than .
Circuit 4th day Court of May A. 1>. 11"11I. by The nanie-i. ami,, renldvnotMi of the In"nrlor. |>laliilnt( to the presUleiit of thft metliOIM ellen fl..U..r.." Ntt charge for J"I\t'M.X.\ .. .,r ilrsyaiia. Alluriiiv, ....nit.. .... fiilF IIunasnr I
*. sratiilanl hramls .. sulil uur my liar at littts' |'nr drluli. 10') _I
8TKWART.Cl tore am an foliowK. of the Investlxatluii averrluic that ,
(Be.1 of Ct. Ct.) A. A. All wltms ijiiutiHl." a|>|tllratlon, I "
rk of said Court., .. I>. HOHK .r Jensen ...1..r..I"1. nuhnurlher. for they have been treated a* erlmlual(*. l_".. S fur x"". V
By O. A.BTKWART, D. C. 3TFOLEY3UONETTAR- one. hundred 'y.hare..
Ihut they bays lieen uhjerte to secret
C. VAff, Biu ,,'f. of New Vork City N. Y.. "iiliTllHr ).
f.l? ten ah...... .ervlr.. eHploiiHKe that their 1"'loer.> EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR COMPANY :

I'Kiu.V (I. WALTOH! ,1.f nfTltUHvllle ria., .uilmcrl. have t>f't'tl e.hll-.I'' and that they have ,

a..... CoMai rr.v.nt. PM..meol. her for one nhar U-eu forced! to give WilY buslnesn Re- I anV."t. liny Htrent. .IiickHiMiwIlte, Flu.IIIONK .

---- In Wltn.ri. Whormd, we I Imvv made sail millHcrllMd crete, would indicate that they UTH cuuIderahly ,
.. -
th Mi arthden TlttmvlllA, FI..rl..lbl.
:amh ....y..r May A. I'. I'MiA. wrought up hy the luiulry.| f
Tim further fin-t that Mm. trvliiK A. :EI:.A.1'T1'VE: :BF\t <>'T1 I-I !::i. '
U. Anal]
I 4
*: HKlNr : lu,1Jr Hli-linrd W howe .
t'J( < VAN [PUianiKKCV I Vunt 11.11. ..:. rAHI.IMII. ..ll IMMHWHIHKIKM. -
U Miss. Agnes Westlty 1g' li. W"i.TUN. IA..*I} wlreM of two of tint absent nianaK"rH, '
\VINKH liH.:
815 Wells StrutMarinettcWia. g 8rATIC Or FMrHIKA, ) have been placed under boniU hy the -- -- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I

I- o -=:0 I COIT. TV Or ItKKVAItll. )lea ITnltiil Statue dlxtrli-t court to appear Exp-es-p-: ;:;;;; d', Iemp's Beer. 14i
an wltiii-sses at the July term In the Puurtse. < r

O.QiJ. On thin ainh Uy of May. A. Ii. loiiA. twrmmally of Indlrtmcnts. being voted r..u ijulart. lnu'aiutlI. 4 IU II 'ie l'/fll. Falela" Seer . . . . . . . .... . 'I i/II
818 Wells Strwt. ceeie Irtfore me ft. Ii. H ,k Miss j C.: van Hruntand event ,. . . .''jIlIl'7'' 'lii 1 ;. .. lIe. . . . . . . . . II"
MARISKTIK Wis. Sept. 2S 1903. .. Percy 'K Walton each to ni. personally against the pnckcrs I I. eitrernely slnfUniit. Neh.u.lI"ntln\lt""blt Couiiuty hj.. . . . .'j ,., 'jll 1/11'/ 1I..I.r. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1110 I
known and, severally wknuwludK, execution, 1I.tr..rk.. .. . . . . . .... '
I laihlanvea
At the time this action was tak- lM..n..tet..lly.. . . . . . . . .///11I1./111./ .$ '5) :
I waa all run down from nerronne *- ( of the foregoing ohltrler.In ..44.. htye . . . . . ...1 711 I II .AI IIIII/ I.luslrger, lanpu.nted. . . . . . .. .. ... 'j ,151 i. .
s and overwork:and had to resign NC) WltnetM Whereof I have hereunto my eta iiKulnst !Mr*. Vunt ami Mrs. Howe "' ...1.,1..1., . . ..11I1 1I/II11'j'.I/ I lass. *i., plaut. .. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 'jVD I .'
position and take a rest. I hand and official neal *Tltimvllle, County and they were on the eve of ilepurturu! for Malt. hl.k., . . .;:1 711 II i''' 1/11I1 4iuluuese. lilt..I. g.ltt . . . .. . . . . .. .'j :ill ; ,
my sQ ftr-ita .aforesaid the tiny tint" In thUcertftlcatawritten. .......h llran.ly. . . . . . .3711 5151' 10/111/
found that I was not gaining my !. Europe to join their husband Apple Hra"ly. . .. . .t It II '.1 11110' Jugs Free-Not M, I

ItrPngth and health as last at I ; ,0 K. A. Mnnoa, In the meantime price, .* of met remain 1I..I.c..llIl.. . . . . . .'jMl.'j1l1VIl Pr pad.

could wish and as your Wine of ; 3 ", 41-fl (L. n) Notary IMhhc.Notice. niP high a* before end tile tribute Iiel.ya Ole . . . . . . . .S 711 I II'.' 11/11./ .. .. .1\4) ,...,. (10.... Itla.tlln..rn. tl'N"ll/r..I.. .
---- "" ('I'm..l liii 4 .1 1.. .,..... .... I
Cardul recommended Such (&ch.-Iys. ttiia Caine. Itiun. Yule
wu M 8 fluttering( from both ends of the lIne MountaIn 4uraa. . . .. 711 II au. IfII./ .,...lIt,. 11'1'JII"rtht.r..I
good medicine for the ills of our I ICP . . . '
MIl 11II
.lan..I" ltsuau .4 4 1 11II .. j \
and the mlddl. cantlnn.a.AN .1\1) 41st. ,11'.0 UIII. eflrn, Ru.. these
. . . . p.
.11 711 II i'll' VII
IPS. I bought a bottle and began c: a M..lr".1 ltuuul far tile hll.... t ,
: '
.. 5 .. "'.1" "rattl'y' .. .. . . .C 711 II aio 11M "4'" J'.oh
with the /.tll' fI.l. Ry. an.1
1 ;
Using It. satiafied se.r Apple
.. ,
K."t..klllno"IN. .711 II as 11M
results from the use of the fint c:: CIr i (Ito IN cmcriT' correT.. or THB BKVK-XTH. :: ARCTIC EXPEDITION. .KlnK..t...r..hftl'ry..r Aaugu'liila. . . . .C //lfl 3711 1/111/ ..1.Ilr..dl.... ...., ti.l.1lI"IIII..1.iet.ria h" Ag.II,,.. 1I..t..1 Prup. I /"'
f Klorlila. Hravanl (Jonnty.
bottle,and took three more and then \uJ Jtiillrlal ( liriilt -- A.eontnen. 110..1 on.1I gasi.Iuu .t eallue. I>r...... uy.. hluthcinaltjuisilt7.. I. .
found I was restored to good health rai In Chancery.Carrie (:........(1 Maa's PI... Foe. Trip _

and strength and able to take 4 ; > Hivrfm W.' Saitmrthwaltnai W. Haiwrj 1 j I Alter Fnlmr lla>. :Sect Yaar. 12.&t.I2.M% Wont Adam Ht. .TnckMOiivllle "Ia.! ..

my work: with renewed rigor. I =. ; Q thwalt her !>...I..n". 1!i Hill to RmtmvaVB Colonel Max Flelschmnnii of Clnclnuntl ,

consider it a fine tonic and excellentfor 11 C>> en '....k and H. II. J I tlouit of 'ntla.Hlanrha will spend the uuimr of UN Hi III .- *'I I

and worn-out nervous condition it. ... a. iaJ reck: her bmhanil. the Arctic ocean hunting polar hours' o ::s: ..4.5.. S ::s Lcr: ::IMt: : <5CJACKSONVILLE. 0 0 . "
am pleased to endorse I It appearing by the bill i>f Dn"'I"alnt.xhlhltt
f-II. fiB walrus, musk ox and other game un i
AGNESWESTLET, : anal mail, In nalil ca..m. sml tIme afttitavlt. or oinnItlalnant I SI,. II'. w. Hey m.. .. YLA.
G) .... anllflfir.that tha il4ranitant, HlaiMiha Incidentally trying to set a "farthe.north"
807,Worm Wlaouuln Holland SodMT.S 'I i ,: : : ::.:bar himliaiMl., : I H, II. I'srlt ara mm nwlflant stake a Cincinnati ills
o .e (Dr of illS !State' of Klortila and raalila.. Ui wlI: says _ _ _ _ _
..cnre a 1.00 bottle of Wine of 5 : In TaUKkiif. State u( >1l,'hlK.n. within the patch. p.

Cardul and a 25c. package of c.J 5 UnIted rttaus. "I have churtprnl the teiuiier IM gilT ruL'Q'r' I .

Thfdford's Black-Draught tud&y.iARD [ (It Now. you the said l Htanrba. Park and H. H.. ra." salj Colonel Klelschmiinu the auther S
J'a- k l>a and appaar Ietfre the Juilva. of our
aaul OMiri. st thsCaurc honaa In Tituavllla, Hravanl day "Sh, wee formerly. a nhnlltivessel 'ZO ,rD. !

co.1 nfoi county, rlor..la. on the but bee been rebuilt' for in ,-ti __ a1it 4

WINE WL nt.\t: :NTII flAY or Afoi'sT A. i), MMI. nal.lnlC. trip. Hlie I I''* about JIllf.... /5ti 4

e: tn antiwar t.i said bill of eofnolalnt or a* dscraaprf 10nol and very strongly built! alit IIw
.nfi. will ba antarail aic..1..., anil )
>ci na i you. -
== the iinniplalnanu wIll\ na allowsil. Ui pr'N'1 I .*- ouued by Captnlu :Matriiu ( tUvterTnnm < ? Am. _

q faint with their mlil eaam. i>, Norway I .,1:1.: ."'' tu hiif, i" -
= r
O'ci II l I. furTher nnlrratl that this aotlia IM puKlliiliail only one or two foinpnulnux I ... ) I .
In the P5r: (055 Al'vu.atyC. a nawpapar .- .lI I
....... c.J i io puhllnharl. lu said iMmnty ones a week. for Diy valvt awl 11 ,.I'k..1 crew one i iIlirry I j' .1 EQTS. Q r ,
... i u1E.1 oMM-utlra waalu.WltnoM . .
Tbatnnat four I I K. Htriiheiis, aud I inny Ill i '
careful. farmers. W the Hnnoral.la 'Mln and Kardanaraevarjrwbai of ..|<1 < ,..n. and the seal I of said i Court at tie | one
Placat onnrldanra In .'.rry'. (r ifart hoUse to Tlttinvllla, Hravsr MNinty, ri.rlda.thie i year from next May." $ I :
B l- ; Kind day nt Juna A. I). laOB. I _-
a< -tha kind that oavar fall. Colonel Klelatbaiunu I I.* shout wei

n (Ct.CI.eh.i, A.lark A.f4Trw of Circuit. RT, Court. ty-'lltht/ year old I I.* an athlto nil i ; I; LU I, .1 I1 I-.

FERRY5J :g- D Hy O. A. fttawart. O. C. secretary of the Clucliiuutl (Hwlsj) i>uteatn \.c.

J ,.. r. 1. W>l>h aol W. I_ Matcalf.Hoileltun a* well a. part owner of the teaui 1_ _ _ __ _ I 5
for Cumplalnauta.jMETlioNErAfwTAR. P I
and brother of Julian FIO'hl/'bnaanu. _ .! : -

J SEEDS mayor of Cincinnati. 4 :_ .

A T..e been tba standard *>F49 ,..n. ...1j _

Bold T. *>"r. Ir daalrr o5 an aip 1O5 r I 5..d n ant. A .lop* **** _.h sd Ja..s.I_... T1t. ,......... ..,It..... _, _ _ -_ -e_ .. _ ,_

P ._awl frtt lot ttt0ftlBf0. L We I 41!If> |i')t irwitti i I i.t.l.r' th if I If I l's well.
M. FERRY* CO.. [ I .
:JOLD KWSPAPKRS; for Sale ti'- Ili'flilIre I I4: . .. : ..If I I "f'f' f'lt
Datr .
"......... M.Mic* .......... Cheap at this offlce. .1 t '. : 'J !.! . .1 :" 'j , vH A (rents for the Palest flrewlna Co.



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1 President: ,. !I. BROWN Vtce. -

SIONERS. (oon tinned from page 8.) 1 at. 100A.
Balance cash on hand June t.t. : INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
The meeting wax called to order on the Amount r.H,.lved in June 111113.<> .
PUBLISHED KVCBT FRIDAY. :28tb! ult., by the Chairman. l'reAent: bad unties the cap that made him play f
W. K. Walker 1 st District; J. H. Mlof, such good ball. Total .. . . .. ... .. ... . ... I ,
CHAKLIS R. WALTOH, Editor A Publisher.OmHAI. :3rd L ls- Jimmie Williams la center Held made Lees warrant paid In June COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
ConkllnR .
2nd District; It. A. and delivered to County: (:" .
trie' ; .1. C. Jones Ith District; and J. one of the prettiest catches of the day er.aDd School JloRrcl .. .. .. ... ( Authorized capital $ ioc
I ..WBRHLT DSTOTBD TP TH. BBTBLorM District A. A. SleWI'"t.clerk and It wan done gracefully that the ,coo
F. Bell, nth; ; so Paid
.KT of ram iiroiAJt KIVCB LAU Balance. on hand July lilt, 11109. : up capital, $25:000
; J. I'. Brown, sherlir. "fan* roared with admiration. At the : : ...
WOBTH AMD BISOATVI .ATSKJTIOBS.Olsoontlnuanw Minute of last meelinn were read and bat he walt all to the beeswax landing AHOVB BALANCE IH HELD All : n.. : Average deposits, $200,000
the ball wherever lie wanted to place It. : ...
approved. O In Indian
of advts. must be made per. TheTreBHuier'n report was. received Rogers at short, proved himself to bea lfjink.au l:: :: per <':anuinr'1 rllo Transacts a General
sally at this. office or by writing. and the paid warrants ball of tile highest order making tarhttd to monthly nmort. Lou Bankin
1 and checked player
up nut In .. . .. ... ... ... . . . . .
turned over by him, with bin replII.twere Home phenomenal HtopH. At the bat
N1 It I Oheok.eto., may he made. payable to CHABLB Htroved by MoK rn. Walker and he ranked with Jim Williams and hit ALA>CE* BKLO.CONI TO KACII 1 Business.

1 I S. WAIoTOIf.puhllahor. Bell. The Treasurer had his usual cer- tbe sphere when and where he wanted to. Cniinty Ravenue-(lenorai town, Fund: . : / I I

1 t tllloate of deposits attached to hU re Driver.at let base played' like aprofestlonal .... Una.I. coil Bridge Funu . : Largest and Oldest Bank on the
i '' ?- In writinnt.) the A"vo<''ATB for Informs ( and It dangerous to the other .. HnlldlnK Fund. .. l I Oiler
inyklnd.thowrltnrwlll by enclose port.On Is Instiucted side for ball ten feet of him. Fine and Forfeiture Fund : I a Exchange bouitlit and Hold
tloa 01 tny ( motion the clerk to a to go In Fmcllnic' I'rwoniTB Fund on ill y!

I J J lag<< a stainpud-adilressuil. envelope. purchase two chairs for use In the clerk's .McClrmlon.'ln left Held knew his business "M|.>'.,u. Koail Vuud.bowlt.Nol... + Countries.pMtronaite .
1 011I ce.I and played a star game: all through .. .. It "
> 3. .
I Address all oomnlfl nloatlon. to I Chock of $11.00 1 ) from Chas T. Mo- the nine Inning. lie la a crack fielder u u u .?. It 4.. :: 1 treatment) appreciated.and favnr Prompt" en ,, ,. tot
,II G 1 EAST!: COAST ADVOCATE Bride for potatoes raised, on poor farm, and Titusville is proud of him. .. .. a 9 t servativa every banking consistent l lCORRESrONDEXTS
, 1 TITV.VI...... FLOHIDA.fj. wait ordered turned In to the County The Jensen boys have a star battery flame Warden Fund" ...... . ... .:::::: :: A"L granted
property. of liwieiMtwil' persons" ].un
TreaHurer. and I the home boy say I that the Jensen County ilohool-Ue".1 Fund . .
y of On motion the Sheriff Is instructed pitcher Stacey, Is the hardest propositionthat (1.cl."J'axllchoull'l.t.No.l.. .. (( Empire Trust Company New N
8. Department Agriculture .. .... ,. Florida Hunk and Trust .
this 2 ( Co. Jncksi
'i' to have I the roofs on the jail clerk's nf- they have boon up against season .. r i iXM'JTUJS
t 3 l
' "Weather Uureall-Jullter Ice( and County Judge's buildings and their batemen and fielders .. 4. ... VILL1: hLA: .
1 pnlntpd. many a time crushed,,! Tltnsyllle's fondest .

t" Tbe following in a comparative state Bonds of Sanli A. Smith to carrya hopes when a tly would go away out Total . . . .... ... .. .. .
ment of temperature and rainfall)) for the In the Held l, only to be caught by one of Jour IIKinY. County
and Jeo. W. Hantonl to
1 week ending TneHdayJuly4,1f05. pistol, carrya the out-fleldels and a double-piny made J. II. ::D <> ::BBIl"TS.(8ucoe14sor :: .

-1 05;- -1001- pistol were approved. on the name. ( to Dobbins Hros.)

, DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIW.HO deemed Clerk's l or report purchased of tax during certificates tbe months re- All the Jensen boys played their poHltlons "FOR .AM[, KINDS! OK JOB GTrn: ..2L .31. O C ::1-3': : S :l\I.I: I T xl..
:28an' / 74 IH TA: well and, with the exception of remember the ADVOCATE:
of May and June wore received. Checks. Door Numbers, Stencils Trunk and Locksmith SuppiicKEPAIKINU
IH 73 H3 73M ii little wlldoess la one Inning, played asteada Badges
11 ao DO 71 ; 74 Hrport of bupt. poor farm and convlct game. OF OUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTYGun :

1 80) 75:) H.3 7J wan received. The Hue up of the nines are an follow: Notice to lti 1 On motion J. 11'. Hall wan /given sever :224!: Main :,t. Jacksonville\ Fla.
, :2 "8Sna 70 SS 79it Jensen: F. It, Tilce, catcher; II. 11.
I it i :a 70 N7KO 7trl al papeiH belonging to St. Lucie county. Kacey pitcher; Aich/ Mimler let bane; -- ---
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{ .J, ot 77 I 78 The following accounts were approved Ilendrlcks base II. J. Schultz
i. Peicy : ; > 1I11'VII.f.., UK: .
' Total rainfall)) for the week : 1.01)i' ( ) nod warrants ordered to be drawn for shortstop; Yerby Maker 'lid base; J. J.Pltchfo..l. SEArK.r ./ ( im to noon SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

Ri' 1.'i Departure from normal rainfall for the the Hiiino: right field; 11. II. Munch TraiiHpnrtmtf.July II, 1'HJft: Hclmo Tor, the) pupils following . : Till; ,

i week: plus .38 inches. Departurefrom UKoileltA f. F11Nn. center !Held; Jims. Glass, left Held. The Talus fr six months of twenty"

' M1 normal r"lnfalllllnoe January 1, W. K. Walker Co. Com . . 0 (00 line-up was almost entirely' changed Ctinrrurtor to furnish tram

1 II I minus ((1.73 Inchon. J. It. Mlot, ". A mileage 10 JOK. when Trice got trick, and II. W. Munch The iiHceflNarv.nvlue for will a proHr cover all perfortnani.legal! ], |, / Wood Coal, Coke Brick, Lime, Cement,
I1 HAL. P. HAKDIN Observer. A. CODkllolllt. . 14 HO( took his place.Titullvlllo on the rOllte.11'8.0rv..lhft. ,
J. C. Jones '. .. . . 2-2: 011) : Bolt Johnson ::11'01! bane; rl lit tc reject| any 1-
.1. f.. i Itoll 'a 2I:! (III o) J. L. Williams center field ; II. A. Mo- JOHN It.

i TUB!: Fourth of .July celebration It.V. Di ugln8; et nl, jurors' Inquest 14 70 Clemdon, loft Held ; Louis Alexander :2d Bnpt. 1'iibllo Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick......

t in Titusville-one of the most suecesgful .1, M. bounders, holding ImjueHt ::1 l fil n) base; Iturnham Norwood, right field ; ,

II. It. Wilson . . . . ". ;U 1 ((K) Frank Hogers short-Htop; Chas. Driver
,,1 on record-in over ; and the J. C. Jibbert, conxtnbln . ". :it J .r>0) 1st base; II. 'I'. Hopkins, catcherV.; K!. I Notlc( Offices foot ot Hogan Street,Jacksonville Florida. Telephon ,. t8t

particulars of snme will be found A. A. Stewait clk U
on our 8th page.THEJuckeonville. J. P. Itrown walling on Co. Com 4.10. Sir. Sam Martin of Melbourne was "

J. V. Waller telegram . ". HiI : the umpire and seemed, give generalsatisfaction I Y Jiidiclnl niu't'iT. Circuit coi o nr( Florida.OF.. TIIK :>

). L. iaulden. sal. 1'ros. Att'y :113< ::1:1!:) In his ducltiiontt. :\1 r. E. J.Iticou ty. In Olmnrery. ,
Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the 1\1'
Metropolis Buys A. L). Penney, sal. CM. Judge.I; JO of Jensen was the official scorekeeper Carrie. W. Hatrorthwalt ]
that Masonry has ntood the test of John henry ConiH. for quarter 4711
r W. Mall, tax coil . .. . :211! 11 The game was entirely free from any nor liunlutiul. } Hill l to i JZA
time and the of V8 Claud
experience. every W. 8. Norwood Sup 13; 00 unpleasantness and the Jensen boy Illnnrhe Peck awl 1\. II. | -v'\/rc.l.: :: A. SO'\t.JS &: CO.
day bears witness", of the fact that Walker Evans iVc" CogMwell books iiiuk with the Daytona boys In being I'uck, her huntiuncl j jItai

blessings everywhere follow Its ad Clerk's of Toe. . . 18 00 gentlemanly players. It Is a pleasure not |>enrlnn by the bill nr
vani'intf footsteps and wherever Edwin A. McKay mip. Clk. olllco I 10: () only to the players but to all I the spectators Slid lilaliiiint's;;!:0.1111 Holtcitor.sold caiifMt that and the I the allhint,"".. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

t found it brings man into ICed Cross Pharmacy" Mta. Clk of. 5 23II. to witness such a pleasant game the "u"'IIIIIIIU.IlIIlIlt.e! I'ni-k and ,
friendly & W. H. Drew Co., 1111 p" 41 20( all that played on the Fourth ; and, all H.t II. Peck, are non resilient of
and harmonious intercourHe.Mil. Fast OoiiHt AKVOCAIK, p't'gcert :% 2.;; this Is the second
K.iHt Court AOVOOATK, bill heads A 00 each side having won one game each of sain ilufnndants. 11 over the >
C.oo J. White rep. to tank In j Jill 1 r>0 our people would be glad to witness ty one' }enrn. Hl'QBI r 2l"( East B.iy Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
T. J. Ai'rr.KYAuu: secretaryof Kant Coast AI>VOOAIK:, Clip office 1''4 1)0K. another game between the Titusville and Now you, the said Klnnchn .
be and .
Peck before tint /
the Florida: Press", Association, M. Taylor envelops Co Com'r 21 18 Jensen teams. Court at the Court appear I"ae'n, / Catalogue Free Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C L. I lyMeMurray : >

I ia arranging to give the members C.: A. Gardner chairs Clks olllce 1O 50 Judge A. D. Penney and Mr. P. S. county Florida. . on the

of the above association J. P. Brown jailor. . . . . . MO (Ml Titus was the baseball committee. PKVENTII" : DAY OF AUnt'ST
ere a very en. Janitor" . 5 00K.
joyable pleasure trip through the 11. Wager pub. tax statement 1 (K) Many barrels of ice water were placed pro to answer confess. to said will. bill be entered of coniDlalnt"" ," & Baker

1 mountains of North Carolina and A. A. Stewart attend on Co. ct. 141 :IO around town to slake the thirst of the the complainants. .. will be .allowed to

t Tennessee. It is proposed to make A. A. Stewart cleik cC. ct. :2:1: 18 visitors, and were liberally patronized partu with their said cause.
Ked Cross Pharmacy mod prix :3 10 and appreciated. It I Is fnrthf ordered. that this
this about the 20th! I lI.ho,1, In the EAsr COAST '
trip : instant ""
Itw The ended with
Jr.. A. RawlinH" services prisoners 11 (Ml days sport pauur publliibed, said county, 4O1-413 East Hay Street, .Jacksonville, Florida,
1 and those who go may rest assured 1' T. Wotmore, Ice for oik's olllco :2.! /0 A GRAND HAM. four consecutive weeks.

that a good time is in store for Co. ct. A: Comr :2! r.O house Of'r: the Honorable t Minor: 9. -Makers and Jobbers of-
ball In the at nigh
The Opera ::: :
t them. C. M. Conkllng, Keirvman . . H) (110 Court, and the seal of said. Florida'I
wits attended by a brilliant assemblage( (dirt house lu itimville, Hrevnnl
K. Howler . . . . . 1O) (00( of dancers. The Titusville Orchestra ida, this lat day of July .10..J'. 195)5'' >
Van 'T. Woiley cleaning cues pool :a (IHI merry supplied the music. It Is esll. (ft. Ct. Seal.) A, RTFWA A Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
I IT must be gratifying to the peo. J, P. Brown insanity case . \U TOJ. muted thoro were about :SJOO people In the Clerk of (' ,
. . By o. A. Ht
pIe of Indian River to learn that II. Hawk 1 (Of) formthe
The fair large
hall. sex UVbhand Vf.
J.1 (}. Hunt, board, Inmme. . . 100( F. J. I Metcalf Saddlery Rubber Tires
the lulnaiits.Notice .
Kentucky Military Institute portion of those present ; and, with their Rolk-lturit for Ci>in|>
I I.. A. Ponk, xam. . . 2 Oft
of Lyndon, Ky., will\ locate at KnuGallie !Mm M. K. Webber, cookingluHane 250Dr. happy-looking countenances, pretty; First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
bright-colored and white dresses added
for the winter season., The E. K. I RolllriH, exam, Insane. . 10 ((IO floor of ':
quite a charm to the scene. The -- --
location selected is' an excellentone A. D. Pennev, Insanity case . 2! INS( In fine condition and It was crowded
K.: tY. Dunn, cook farm . 12! III) was
being the hotel property for Rod Cross Pharmacy poor mod farm jj !IOK. with merry dancers all the time. Although I MllAllllOK I'UIIMU o E1'-1Y You.;:; .- .. .. .
known Hotel Du adjoining p. It was rather a warm evening :
merly as Nil I MK IIUKVAim COIIN1 < |
I L. Brady. A: JIm, Hup . . . R3 r>l good
Captain :.1. U. Walton's J.! li_Wulker &.Co, clothing . :2133! everybody seemed to ladles be having a Tltusvllle, Florida. : \! )'h, FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
time telling our
tile iviu Uallle .lInll'rflvl\tt. salary, . 13 (Id -some young In oonforndtv! to fb"lter.I61s..Nn! : : !
property on r".er.'Ve supt
society editor that It was the most iwnt, State or r 'loruia. the or from a house that has been In business over thirty te.irs.
A. A. Stewart conts In IIIJ: : Hrevaril; 1 rc.I: : : : .
' I' understand this. is un experiment corn cane enjoyable il&nne they had attended In along struotlon of county,
11. Ilagln aid 1. . . 8 OO) onlers that. pp clnl elei'tlon( be '' and him always hail the reputation for LOW TKli' ES
4 but It will he while. The ball ended at 1 1\. m. ,
we n per. II"'. August sth, 1 MIS, In Special .
A. A. Stewart, cop. min for 1mb.I/ (XI on tbe Uncut goorllllmpol.ted I and Manufactured.
Mr. Winston S. ]Ilrannlng was on the 1.1..lnt10. 1, Hrevaril county
location for the
manent Kentucky A. A. Stewart of Del taxes 7 80Jiio. ..
report committee and he and others the sleet ioD ti> be .governed it to time .
Military Institute.A ( M HobbliiH, attva fees . . 33; lin) say titlrer thnruof as provided for In
TitiiHvlllu Eleo ball te a success. election laws of Inrldn... Hess & Slager
Light Co, lights 10! 10IMSTU1CT ) and the of
One all pronounced Fourth The ,purpose of this special ,
NO. ::1. July celebration In Titusville a very en- the iinallned electors, anxirdtntr
No.> 17. I..w..f ism: ,
VRKYerroneous impression prevails J. E. Dodge: making. culverts,. . til lift Joynble one, and we hope Indian Klver- t'i IdS upter41178.tii vote upon the question of lev l DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.
throughout the Northern P. Kroegel rep. Sob ferry M ;Iii< lies will be with us t& celebrate many 1..1 I Tax of Three Mills For the, term. 11 and 13: )Main) St. J. & S. W. and A, C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR.

States in regard to the summers In I 1)). II. Conkllng, road work. . . . 11 (OO) more Fourth's of Judy and axable lit One property Mill for within the second the am: W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. FLOR1I'3 : .\.

J. O. Fries, locating bridge . . 7 00 .
:Florida says the Florida Agriculturist. -- ---- ---- BperUI" Tax rtcliool Ditrirt for .
lI.e..f the \iilillo) tree schools ----- --- ------------ ----- -- -
1 It Is a fact easily proven M'KCIAI. itiiriiicr :NO. 4. SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES. election of throe tniHtiwit lu paid ; ..
by the official records of the weather M.. I). Daniels, road woik . . :23 00 The iHiunrtarles District. :0.... 1. .
K.: O. Walker ''. . . . 73 ((8)) as when said district was originally 0r-'c9
: bureau that thA temperature in Between J...'km>n.lll<> end) New York via adopted at the special. election held W : : : :
]DltUltK M' >. :S. I'KlI.' .
;: summer seldom reaches as high a The Popular Clv.lo Line. All qnallHed voters residing
I'oter road work. . IOU) OilSL'ECIAL )
'1 point in this State as it does at the Raultimon On and after June let, 10O5) and until that pst a tax on real nr personal ;;
aid alumni, are entitled to veto at t I
,c' k1: North. More than that while durIng It, FUND MHTKICr :so, 3.E. withdrawn, the "Clyde: Line" will sell In the district in which they leslda.The . II Turnips-and* Kuta Ilagaa. :

W. Hall, tax coll . . . . . 1H :US! first class tickets Jacksonville to New Iktanl of I'ulillo Instruction
M the day the mercury may go FINK AND York and return, meals and berth In. ount* ,h..II.. (..will, meet tit canvass I Onion Sets-Iermudl1 nod Peail. (
I above 80, or even up to 'JO) yet it is eluded, at *:.15\ 00 These tickets will be of I'Nin said. "l'ft"llIlel"cU"",on Monday Cabbage-best varieties for'Florlda. Beans. \
J. P. Urowo. crlm. Co. ct 131: JO
very seldom that the nights are pros. good loll any ship and will be limited l forreturn The following person. are hereby Seed Potatoes-for fall, N). 4 Rose and Triumph.
AlStewa.rt .
A. elk. co. ct. . . 7 (M! and clerks for tills eleuU,, 'I I
.. close and sultry. Usually the temperature '. making record State vs passage to September 30th 1003, Kchonl District No. 1. i Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.lr. .
and In will the limit be extended
at llallantlne . . . . 701 1 1A no case
drops night nearly to beyond this tune. 1<:"applications. fa0rnuge-f1.) H. 1 r 70 degrees and often below and A. Stewart cilm. pros, Co. ct. :A (M L. : L. K. Myers I
I D. L. Oaulden, com. fees Co. ct 30 (IN) will stMMire choice of stateroom accommodations. Tituavdle-W. K. Walker. .. ;. *. C7dM : tOIM" SoodsD1an.: ,
,L this, with a good breeze allows of In writing please givenllmt'll F niton. Inspectors; W. H. Hall, clerk.Cliy
1. S. Carlton, rrlm. pros. J. I'. ot. 1 M) of all If titan I'olnt-- K. K.: Rwlnnon, II. K. r 1 14 EastlBay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
refreshing sleep.- The most serious II, O. Uronnon. I\I) Die :J 1)8K parties more one, William*. Innpeclors. ; W. H. itattsr, / J
I drawback to Florida summer is It. Trice, . . 8 50 and ages of children II any Children Hailliner. T. K. Crook Win. %
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i /4 between the ages of five and twolveyelU'a. rllTIs, Inspector J] ('h... li. >auman, 13as R rf-E3, .rrm---e: B F7 ,
J. . .
II. linker ::1 114
g its length lasting it does for five half fare. No for children tlanaveral-L.C. Ttiten. r. H.
charge ; / ; ; : :
A. U. 1'euney . . 1 (IHI herwine, Inspector: W, C. Peterson .
or six months. In spite of this u .. .. .. .. 1110 under five years of age provided they Mcrrlttn. -,.. K. Reed. W. R.
northern find the do not occupy accommodations to the Field, lnm>ectori>| 1>. StC. Nisbet' ,
people summers J. 1'. Brown '. . . 78! 83: D. Christie
exclusion of others B. F. UAR!> Joseph
u O u u ,
endurable and live here for many Co.ct 4.: .on ,
'. reward OIIAS. II. WAI.TOX, Agent, JOHN WALKER,
fishing arrest :23 00
years'" without even leaving the TltiUfllle, Fla. Secfy and Co. Bupt.
State. I' FKKDlNd: : : !'Ill!SON KIH FUND

. - .--- -- - ---- -- REAL ESTATE AND AGENT
J. P. Brown feeding prisoners 1.11: 20 ---- --- -- BUSINESS : ,


r II. Larsen, road l work .:HO II Lines 308 Dyal-Upchurch Bldg.

J. 0. Fries surveying . 10 00( Mallory
local branch of the Children'sIlome E. It. Arnold shell . . H 1'3: Jacksonville. Florida.
Society will hold a meeting at the 1), II. Conkllng road work. . . :33! 50 -

I Methodist church Tltutvllle on Tueiiduy W. W Hall II . . . 43 (00

AIIl'oraone evening Interested July llth lln at this 7:30 work o'clock.arerequeued Hoard adjourned to meet first Monday SPECIAL P PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS you want to buy a business,

i In July, 8iO: a. m, 1\I1\ ));. you want" to cell a business. ,
to meet with them. Are there
ill IF I
I you want a partner, or
children In this vicinity In need ofborn. Largest and moat thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the yon want more capital your business. In fact
.". t Report them at tbl* meeting. Kent Instate Hnrgnhts. you want anything the real estate elr u.lnellaUDe
I Are there those who desire bright huppy Address

though homeless children ? Let tie Nice 8-voom cottage well IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED .JOSEPH!: D. CHRISTIE All above.
know It. >V. F, SlIOKMAKKIt: located. In TltusvllleI'i . . ,IIIII.IO: ) ( dupe, .. no tickets will be sold to exceed the number
J. WALKER rrcaldent --
Land and
i Secretary.TITUSVILLE'S. aorcn Hoime or tha seating capacity of Dining Hall, thus insuring all passengers
part set In Orange Trees, In VEHICLE & HARNESS CO
ER" Oallle. . . . . . . 700 00 service and attention. ,
:3i\() acres Land, nearly i..
;Corner Fonyth and Cedar
{ TRAINS.The Sts.
north of Ran (5 llle .,on (00 Tlmee-Unlon
(See Schedule of Ships to )
following are the times of arrival :30 acres River Front at .

1 l and departure of passenger trains to and Hanleevllle . . . . ,"(1'0' 00 stock: of . .

OUTBVODXD. Tlta.vllle Fla. Including dellghUul DAYLIGHT SAIL through the WAGONS BUGGIES CARRIAGES.

i Lea..Tltn.,lll* for .Miami.... IlDMrni 10:311: 11101 and FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." SUKRETS, TRAPS ROAD CARTS,
ll..t iolnti al ) 311I;; p mMONTHROOHD. '.
Through ticket sold to all northern point. For full Information \ .

Lea.TltnivllU lnt.n for>i.
Tltnivilto for Sanford . a: Me me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor
Arrlv.TltaiTlU. frum SaD forti 121.pmi : : Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jicksonillle, -Ca11 on us and you will find oar prices will please JOu.IS .



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+ Georeiana.From We make a specialty of S


The Ladies Aid will also take a va present Indications the crop of

: cation. Our merchants' are too busy to souppcrnong grapes 'will be quite liKht)
i take a rest. In this vicinity.
: "The Glorious Fourth" came and Tho 4th\ passed loff very quietly here.

Newsy Note Contributed by Our Ile ulnrOoi'ps : went rather quietly many of our shippers I'm-le llughle had flag at half must

) : of East: Coast + being! too busy in the pineapple out of respect for d 'uth of Secretary "
) Co11.e&.i1)ort(1ejt. + tields. to think much about what happened -

: _ _ _ _ _ _ + one hundred and twenty-nine HayA.
J .......... SSSSS. .. .....-.*......- ................+. of years our ago.people Fort at Its Pierce double had celebration.a fair quota Untli. ;I.,.IV Bruner. Bruner, wife and and dau daughter.hter, Miss Miss! are prepared to give

Winnie, all enjoyed it picnic tea with1'nclo

;yrlense send all communications Eau Gallie. Kev. Sawyer preached his last sermon and Aunt Hughes, .1''uly 4th, to

ind !Items for publication to "Editor.AI 1 here Sunday until September. liev. celt'bi.ite Uuolo llughle's birthday
Jones will preach his !ast sermon next
VO"-. TE, Titusvlllp Flu.jp :Mrs. :May Bower and ::
> '
-. - Sunday night, after which he ,goes: to' llluJhter.ln-lnlV'l PROPERTY OWNERS
Mt J
SARAH( ('. Hr)l>fi\--rn\KKiAS. AM. SI'R- Key \V cut for n vacation. Our Sunday s. Ktta Bower, canto
We cannot guarantee to publish I I",0... Eau" Gullle, .'lorl
that do not reiich& this office before the capable management of 11. M. Hob- worn calling on their many' lends 011
Items :Saturday' and returned to their home 1111
Tho i
Fourth bert
,on Thursdays. passed of quietly In Eau Superintendent.
noon (Jnllie. Sunday. llervey coming/ over
Our baseball boys were accompaniedby after them also made i a short 'visit.

Will correspondents oblige us by The vai ion* stores were open only a a Urge. number of our people to
short time on the Fourth Titusvllle. to witness tho festivities\ on _
wrltluu/ the names of people! and places the Fourth, and Incidentally, to "cheer Forced; tn Sturxo.U !.

an plainly as possible ? boat Alex.on Hod Near sons'Is overh tilling hit house up'1 the A'me'sln their efforts to win i V, Leek, of Concord, Ky., says: "I"or the 1 possible

)( ways. fame, anti gain honor and !glory, on ;jn! yi">iii-H suffered agonies' wit h a sore )0 ,;,

Bunting was Hying from the different a foreign) Held of battle.\ Notwithstnnd-, my upper lip, at) painful, sometimes I that {'

Melbourne.KICHAllI 1 ling SUIT la our town on the Fourth. ing, our boys went down In defeat all I could not eat. After VIIi ely trvlln/ best at '*

:Mrs. I. (;j. Gilbert's are loud in their praise of Titusvllle, everything else I c .red it, with lluak
is closed for Eau fJallie house In general, and her hospitable! wholusuuleil leu's Arnica Sftlve." It's great' for bums,

the balnnoo of tho summer. IZcneroulIl'uoVIt\ particular.Mrs. cult and wounds. At U:(xl CYoss. Pharmacy protection the
> W. OOOI> :.-Weal Karate, Notary A
IMhlk and C'onveyanoer. Agent: for iKtnaLIVOrPIUJI party merry-makers went to C. S. Haney, acting! na agent! for Tltusville. Only.iJllI.:
Lomlonand! Qlohe, iiartiordFirt Iluntervllle, on the Fourth, to attend ?
and anil II tlio Children's" Homo Society of J Florida, --- --- - --
Companies. Special attention lance.
>"ld to Immranoa the Intercut ot non-renlcleiits.. came to .lenneii Sunday morning In the SUMMER NORMALS. '
l Mrs. cutler's. residence was decorate Interests of the work and gave' short addresses -A

with bunting and white and before the Sunday school and I
:rSubacriptions. for the ADVOCATE on the Kouitli. l'ed. blue at preaching service In the evmili.g. Asa STATE: )lOAn)) OH" KIWATIOXnml ( I :

the pink paper of the East Coast, will bo result of this and of Hoard of Control arrange for

received at the Melbourne PostolBce.Klchard The fishermen, all took a holiday, and, the town, twenty dollius a partial have canvass been sent. Tonohors' Summer Training Schools. I

many attended tho baseball game at J For Parties wishing to contribute to this at 1 tim Unlvoislty ut tim State of Fl''>r. LOWEST RATES

henley Is now assisting E. P. Pierce on the Fourth. very worthy object, are asked. to !rIveaUbSI'I'lpllunll lila, ami i at the Florida Slit to Normiinml
Itriincli In the People's Store. the 'bunk I ImliiMtilal I I :School. 1'heno' school I
The match between Fort! Pierce anti at or hand small' 4in 4-
will bit conducted tue
by .1I'otllo.t
Eau Uallie wax close Eau G.illie beIng sums to 111 r. Hebbnrt, Superintendent ;
.'has. T. McBilde, and son, :Master very Faculty ever np|><>lntetil to do this tmpoitnnt .
beaten by two of the :Sunday school, who will send
the Fourth ruus.
Willie, spent In Titus- in ooutiibutlon work lu Flivildn.WIIBUEAS \. . .
a from school early next
Tlllo. A heavy storm passed over Elm Gallle! week. :Mis.\ Haney' !goes to )Eden and

Miss. Alm.i Martin went to Orlando on tho Fourth, dampening the various Tihbals soon for their conti ibmitiuit.\ She : chapter .WOrt! Laws of

tat Monday I to visit lel.illves and parties: of morry-makers. Is very enthusiastic and knows how to )l'III i4ila, makes. provision for the open I ILEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I

friends. The Misses Hodgson: started for Hona I Impait her vnthuslaHin to others. Our thou of '1 cachet im' .Summer Tiuiniti(

i ipi. Sam Martin treated bill line venture on tutu mOlDing of tho Fourth' people knew little of this vtoik before Schools. and tl subHeijnaiit not known 11..

liuincli Dreamer, to a new white dress but were turned hack by tho weather. she came the "litirktiinn I Law" lestricts t tho IlIld-!
for tho 4th.I.apt I hug! of such Timehers' Sitmit miter Triiiiilni(
paint lIfp srll. ioHch and HutTmnn contom lIeu t Her ]>()itIul4'. :Schools. to only twit pl.iuim, namely : lit & Walton
i L W. Bean jean, came over from! plate moving to Georgia early this fal'PKlsHA tlio University of the State .of J Floridaututti Morgan
Bond O An. t.Iutiliitl. find vliali f1cM., when 1 ,
Melbourne ), to spend the 4th with -- ' tho J'I..rllaStUe, :Nor null and lidiiHtii.ilSchool .
'Ills :litlclien, Claude Iteaujoan and wife. much missed I In Ecu Gallie:wherthey I was sick with typhoid and; kttinetroubles. sun I IVhtoruiiit
have ." writes :Mrs. Annie I Hunter I ofl'ittsburg '
ninny friends. They will IZO It Is highly Inipm dint tutu :I'lt"Uov-1J.J.o. 1Oiww: .
:Mr. Enos Gauker is cleaning up the Into business In their I new place of abode Piu, "and when I !Rot better, :
lot bo lately purchased on New Haven I although I hail I one of the bust doctors I arrangements bo nuula for opening! thesschools

avenue and will soon have the lumber could /get, I was bent double and hail to at Hi tautly tlate nx 1'"M.lhlo. If j
hero for his new house. house anil Land for JCciit. rest my hands on my knees when I lo! It t theiefoie resolved by the lloun
walked. From this of Ckmtlol: I III liieetlnu I llM enil>hnl, that GKOKGK!: : MAKX. JOHN MARX t'f
nltlictlon I
:Mm. Claude Edge of Eau: Gallie spenttwo thu following I faculty' for tha ToncliersSiiiiiiner f
lays of this week with her For rnnt, seven iicret of truck land, was rescued by Klectrlo Hitters, which School hatovuplaco
parents, : Tiiilnliitt : at vt
li W, (Ooode and wife, while Mr. Edge/ fenced ; new douse. and, good I water restored I my walk health Btralelit and .strumtth nnd m.iy: bo ilcteimlueil) by tlie llounnf ]VIJkTF:: : B <>_ .. '
now can as
went to Fort Pierce, to look after his Known as the Frank Smith phiru. as ever. They Control nml. State Hoard of Kduoilion ; t

Interests" In the lumber and barrel factor TIlJooVlItTlItC'1I: Lxii cure are IIImlly stomach wonderful., liver and kidnpy Guaranteed disorders to lu joint suHHlou, for t the location "f Corner Buy ami Julia SIR, JACKSON VILLK, FLA.AVIIOLKSA ) .
business in that thriving section. 4U-2 Grant Fin. ; the bo hero omtoilL.
; at Ked Cross Pharmacy; pileo .",(lets.) Univenity, by a| ,

Edwin Hood, a student of Annap- tl-wlt: : I/H GROCERS
-- -- -- -
-- W. Buchol/, Principal', "". \\4'. Yi,
oils, :\1<1., military school, arrived in
last Rockledge. Fort Pierce. cum, I. I. Jilin", \"-. I. Floy l, .Aitliu'
Melbourne, week to speollhe slimmer
Williams, 0. :M. Lyncli A. W. ,Cark..oll.11I1" J
here, with his mother, Mrs. Lena
Hood and Miss S. B. Johnson, Mrs. ICIhi Lai!<*'. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
sister. Maude. He
wan Geo. Gingrass and sons spent tin lilt! I Hamilton I and hut said .school bopened
pleasantly surprised to tlnd it so cool in Titusvllle. The 4th-the bnnnnr day of St. Lncle
I the I 10th( of .1 .
on .Inly.At
and pleasant in Melbourne. county-passed oil In grand stylo. Thu P'ILooul
J. S. Coats went to Titusvllle on busl parade at 1O'IO:: a. m. wu the commencement (lie University! opportunity' will l Ioe Agents for )liullan' River .\.v'LnkoVoitli, \ Pluoapil| AHssoclatlon.
Harry :McLean and :Mr. Adamson of last given for applieants. iliiHlrln to piupar
ness Saturday.Mrs. exercises for the
day. Lee
Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived last week and horseback anlllIlLn Coa's for /State Cerllllcati's; Ill rst, Second' 1111,1 ,., end us your fruit Hint I vegetables. Our facilities! for luiiiilling 1'1I1'I..luLhloa> canoe

are /guests of the Brown House. Harry A. L. Hatch spent last week with! on appropriate costume 'I Mnl (irado Cortllicntrn; nmi I'llnmry; be lit this
headed kot
I the parade an Master of eijuiitud miLl
I it a brother of John and George :Mo- III rll. H. S. Williams.Mr. Certificates.'ouine .
Ceremonies and jrnnd| !Marshal. Then
Lean, who spent last winter in Hotel M. Frey and two friends arrive* followed the town lloat, which was sil- <; of Study for Summer Tinlnlng WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED

Bellcvue They all say Melbourne is from New Yoik on :Sn nday., I.el lily fitted, up by some of the ladies, Schnnl! embracing Depin tnients for State ,
good enough for them, and that next Certificates, )First, Second, Thlul Griuleami
and 1 different
winter will had them all here again. Mis. Mdtthewson left for her home hi represented coiiutt leim. IMmary I C'erllllcaton.I'sjchology .

Xew Haven Conu., on Tuesday. The speakers, of the day followed iliio- : and Pe.l.iiogy : I L. W. ruyliif.I WHY U<;Y. OLD STYLK< ]
aieiuoiirneues are pleased to learn orated vehicles, then the White City Improvement I

that Col C. W. Fowler, of Lyndon, Ky., Miss :Myra Williams loft, Monday, for /Society, followed by Woodmen Biicholz.Lutlnaud. Draylng or hauling-of nil I ImU, when, you cnn buy tha best
l'IIYlllclI)1'\ W. F. Yocum. promptly
has selected the Hotel DiiNil and cotta- Fort Pierce, where she will spend a of the World, 32= In number beingIn lug Tackle lllookH itt neatly Ii!
Ics( located at Sarno, just three miles week.S. the parndo. The boys all looked, very ) attended to., !Meets' all tialiis. Stove' price. Now In use In the.
KholoiloJ.iteratme. Coiiipu' itlon I IAilthmetlu I. wood! fur sale at all times. "Ntntim Army and! Navy I) '
northwest Melbourne: on the road to neat In their while shirts and hats and '"
:S. Swinson, of Shaipes was in I. : I. I. I Illniox
Kaii: Uallie for a military school. Few dark trouseis, with axes on their should H. K.: I HOLTK.V, Tltusvllla.DO thorn. ntl'rllrhard .t .
Rockledgo, on business the lira I
'iner spots could be found for such a era. Next in line came the decorated Geometry, Trigonometry, Algobra, the A[>VOOA IK o 111 re. ' .. I
the week.
of General Ill-tory: G. I. I.vnrli! ,
school, being A high, healthy location, bicycles and men on horseback, followedby -- --

')n the banks of the pretty Eau Uallie !Miss Hattie Bower spent the 4th In more llonts. 1I0l1l1lY. -"lflIlY iV.. L., 1'hyslcnl l. GeiigruphyI'hvHlnloity / NOT FAIL I TO HF.K i : TUB i: WALton .

river We extend a welcome to Col. Titusvllle and had a very enjoyable timeat P. P Cobb's limit was conceded' to be Flitycl.Civil Hodgson( fltS.EAt )
Government, IT. H. I Jll I lstnry I. Kelf-Lorklng Tnckle liloeksi at ,J.I"
Fowlei! the ball.Mr. of the best In tho
and his large family of students. one parade. HendryA :
Goldsmith's Ililllard'H. and that float Composition' I II., Kin. I History, ththrIIhv ,,/(- Prltohard A hon's atol'e. Tltiisvllla.
------- and Mrs. J. L. Wilson and IIAI.f.1I1 )INOIAM :
daugh f. i Arthur Williams. ,
of Sears' iVc Glad win, were most unique Kl.i. Thousands I of t them selling I week
Horse ami "Wagon for Sale. tor have /gone to l>aytonu to make their (,1-imriipliy; ( L, Arlrhiiietlo I It.. Algebra .
and conspicuous, with George )B.ichusus Iy throughout the North They are Mitrlno Hallway.
future homo.Jlmn. I II.. Orthography 11., I I'. 8. history :
engineer! Mr. HolTnagle at the helm. A. W. ilucksou.liiarnninr fitted with tha Wulton-Vlnton I toiler General Merchants and
Milp' 4
( Carrington/ moved his family to Then came the spuvchos. Mayor Glad
Good gentle horse and new Studebak. Lotus last week, so his children could win offeted the key of the city to the I i I., Grammar I II )ItMiiding[ / L, Hearing- onu of the bust Inventions, III ..Hpoclnl YIL<.IIIUOII.,
-r tm null- at a bargain. attend the "choollhere. but also Geography 11 I. : Mr*. ,1. I 11. .fiuhu uustn. tlie woild. also be at the '
summer nubile, produced another key May Mien
I'll EO. WiETurcitTKn, Primary Deportment: H rim.. Ella: (.at ., Hauling Out, "Storing' anti
Belonging to the Jill, which for
I, Miss Stella. Minis haM ( WAS Hamilton.'Ho AnvotiAl'K: olllce.
:2 to nIt-
Grant Fla. !gone Yachts unit.
Launches.MiHitlnn '
those who did not believe themselves .
man, Gn., to spend some time. Her It resolved by the State linen! of - --
brother Hubert accompanied her. We are proud to say there wan nut one Kdnuntlon: and the /Ilourd' of Control In the A DVOIIATM when : If'
arrest made, which spanks well for the
For Charter. Miss Cornelia left Wednesday jehavour of a largo crowd. Joint Session that a Summer Hchoo .. ............... ..... -- --------
Magruder fur coloied tencliers be anti 1 the U '
for Oak Kill( to make a lengthened font V, Mcl'nrty: Introduced, He"ro- stuns ; :
i :
Iit If IfDen
herehr pstsbllHhed at the Kloililii StateN Stanley t
: ( :
1 ruining yawl. Trochee. For partlcu. visit with her brother H. J. Magrudor. sentatlve C, F, Olumtead who gave Ii III lIi,1, and Industrial I School located JOB
most Interesting talk on the hut at .
lars enquire of the owner, Geo. Douglas. left, Monday\: for Pablo Tallahassee. fight at ..II.lhll"8. Florida.1 1 .t : !lor In-

Stanley Fla. Beach, to spend the 4th, and from that Thu following nain il |rsnns shall I
Hitching Stuart Next :Senator Hudson give a most elojiient FISHING TACKLE
place will go to Brunswick, Gn., for a ') speech on ht. Lucle county and. ooiiHlltuie I the .Vacuity I of said S ii iii titeri4hi.nI tr

week. her relations to her sister counties. : Tobacco' Plpim Candles << 1
Fancy ; t I
J. A. Ormond J. II. Coffee
White City. The inconvenient time of tho trains which was listened to by an Immense. Principal ; : i arul Teniperiiiii'H Drinks. I I '
) I O. M. Tlllniiin.
an. ;
and lack of boats leaving Ilockledge kepta audience. The following braiuls. of cigars "
That ld srhool shall l
s >o opened tin
great many people away from Titus The boat races followed tight/ after the loth day of July." f. at '.'.2-: per box of f.O: I II

Miss Benson entertained few friends vllle on the Ith.I dinner; then the minor sports. Baseball PRINTING! I II I it rittuolult, Key Went "Smokers! ) t'f
- --- -
Sunday afternoon. ollowed, the Rosebuds !again proving
Mrs.! George N\ Hatch and her three Uremo, Cubiinnii, .'obal kl \
/ theIr superiority by two runs and an luings 'fuko Notice: t
Mr Sogaard who has been quite III children arrived here Saturday, from to spare. Flinch Cards, //jll.,. ; hand Made '

for some time, is still on the sick list, but Fort Christmas. They returned Wednesday !- f .e. Hats, :'J.'io.
slightly/ ) Improved.Miss accompanied by Mrs. A. I.. The horse races were largely attended. Ono of the handsomest place nn Merrill .) HTUAKT, .
The fireworks, under the guidance of : . OK ALL KIVUS . I
Lizzie Bensen left for Jackson- Hatch. r.I. Goldsmith and 11. B. Paxlon, were a Islaud!, known as "Tho Wigwam i alll -a--. ..... FLA.'I 1
tills, :Sunday: night, to spend a few days Kev. Wm. E. Hall held services at the /grand success. The day's festivities end- bnlonglng to Mr I Eva J, 11 lair, of New .. .......... I '

with! her friend, Miss Oleson. residence of K. E. :Mime, last Sunday at ell with a grand bull at the hotel, but It York, U for sale or rent, furnished. A .. KXECUTKI : "ONLY THE BEST" :

Mr 3 p. m. There was a very good congregation '! was too crowded for enjoyable dancing. I
with launch house
ten '
room i
Clyatt Is fine cottage, J
erecting a hog proof i
f quite a number coming from Nearly all of the White City residentswere "
.Mr nce, Bell's around his place, Just north of Kockledge. Ha will again preach therein present, while Eden: Jensen. An- new laundry, all newly painted, and ; I (ChEAPLY I -t iluscilptlon Machinery furnlnlioil of every E : ; ,
on the Fort Pierce road. _ _
two weeks. kona[ Eldred; !Stuart, were well reprnented. three acres In grove. :\1 n. ItUIr has i I I

aDd Our new county Is In Its primary work Those who could not !go to Tltusville Also Eau Uallie, Narrow., Melbourne just spent seveial .hundred dollars In I THE YONGE & CLINE :

"Klence everybody j U anxiously waiting for to celebrate the fourth, met at the residence -I Sebastian and !Merrttts Island. putting the place In perfect repair laying i DlHI'ATCU.i ,

of the efficiency of Its officers. of Rev. Wm. E. Hall, and all hada Congratulation to the Town Council out (lower beds, new break water and with *.. OCALA, FLORIDA I

The Glorious Fourth was celebrated very pleasant time. Ice cream and aDd the various committees who worked and hoard walks, all roumi, the home, : 1t rw : "
i 7 IW) bard to make It a success. It was estimated that winter lt..t fl. .lln. for ".'
? most of our people going to Fort cake were served and 1rs11800 sang so any one 'wanting a lovely ate : M Xn5In. ."
Pierce, and the Improvement club tak1B some beautiful solos. there were :2,000 people on th. atl-ytar-round home will do well to : ea.) .4.., .. J ItirMi| .. I

{T Part I la the streets. out thi* srtlole out for reference. I I ;; I
parade. :
- ---- --
that took J
The events placeIn
numerous Address, L. W. I)LA III iferrltt Fla. Jlk'
i I
Those who attend the package party lltusvllle on the 4th came oil with OUR STOCK OF : i '
A Surprise ------- - IF'OOS:
audd.inca Friday evening the 14tb will great success-especially the foot, sack 'arty.A ( : J I;

no doubt enjoy themselves, as there Is and bicycle race., high jump etc., which pleasant surprise party may b., given Fine 'rOIH"rty .'urH"I4-. . STATIO"I!! I .

'lult8 l a program being arranged and an many hundreds of people witnessed. to your stomach and liver, by taking a p..................... I
"bondance of refreshments. I The horse races and baseball match were medicine which will relieve their pain Two nice cottages adjoining each I1* COMPLKTE. I : -_ a

Lt also among the great events of the day. and discomfort, viz : )Lr. King's New. other in North Tltusvlllo, with an acre s I :
u. have some much needed work of hammock and lIve acrsauf rich muckland t YOU AUK LNVITKI) I I I iii
Life Pills. They am a moot wonderful
:""ne on the I Ii. ANHEUSER
rond beta at least. enouch suitable fur truck farm.. Good
"'We Cured of Jirlglit'M nIHeu_. remedy, affording! sure riuliefanti cure fur j TO IS I'F.f'l'; IT. J'
pedestrUos to get along/ with headache dizziness and river front. The larger cottage has. three
Out' constipation. fli .
".".Hog ra"'lInll'( "rough the fence to avoid Mr. Robert O. Burke El nor a, X. V., :2.. :">cU at Red Cruse Pharmacy, Titusvllle. I sl "t.lng roomsaed a servant's room up S I H J ,J !
ankle deep in water. writes: "Before I starred to use Fotey's lain; and a parlor sitting room dining Brewing

Kidney Cure I bad to get up from twelveto ---- room sod i kitchen below. The adjoinP' l" r1 ra ,

The twenty times a night, aDd I was all Dade County Land For Hale.For log cottage ban two sleeping rooms anti S, EAST I
DlainoiiU Cure. bloated up with dropsy cod my eyesight< servant's room In second story aDd .I., ftmoa* IS;. LonU Keg .. p '; "

Tbe latest news from Paris, In, that WI\II." Impaired a could! scarcely .me one sale, cheap the northeast sitting room, dining room antI kitchen: s: eae I tlil. H..,. I t
they ba.e discovered of family across the room. I had quarterof below. Large, brick cisterns. to both Shouses. t ;:
"". a diamond cure for my southeast quarter of section 3, township raid b, M...,.. F. A. !
umptlon. If you fear consumption /given up hope of \living.when a frIend 38, south of range 41 esst close to Adapted for at Dice winter I COAST ."
R. 1. Mut low.Tlto..III
pnaumjnla. recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. One borne. ,
It will, however, be best 0. K. Wood's pineapple plantation oo I j I ii.r
u' )'OU to t*ke that great remedy men- :.0 cent bottle worked wonders and before St Lucia River; 40 acres. Apply to (Jat,. M. KOBBIXS, I Hf )J r. R. L. Motlow, i

f ce kj<.I by Wt T. McGee of Vanleer, Tenn. I bad taken the third bottle the dropsy Also, the northeast quarter of north. Tltusvllle.. !

I i *coo<5n for fourteen years N'oth"Jhelped bad Sold Red Cross
me until I took Dr King' of Bright' disease. by south of range 41 aat; on south fork of Shoe Itepairisag.I I

nHV fJillCO.4Iry for Con.u mptJoa. Coughs Pharmacy, Tltusrlll du Loci River; 40 aer_ Apply to Sole r

,.'V'd' ., which gare Instant relief, and CJau, U. WAI-TOJT PRINTING
: ! jQlclr '
cure for tl>'o t and lung troubles. and do not forget It. Opposite Jas 10 to 02U West Bay
At R..1 this office, at reasonable rate Give I A S
Crow Pharmacy <1cU and Prltcbard Son. AXDRKW: GIBSON, I
,", Ki rsnu> d. Trial bottle price free.5 os a share of jour work. JOB PRINTING done at this office. THnsvlIU. Fla.' I........... .... .......... ii JACKSONVILLE, 1\I"I"I "


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etc celery, uweet potntws, okra lettuce Florida East Coast Railway

Don't forget another rowing ot

rousting earn. Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect '
Rich nurulj Roll HhotiM be nelectet ck April 17'W5.p

for the rniiHkmelonn.. watermelons and
squashes.TruiiMplHiit. READ UI'I

S Jr pepper and. egg plants .w V1 t __ .d j0 I I I ---'=:
: ,
0X )
c No. 99 No. S9 STATION* Mi.78 no. ..I!
i, cabbage nnd Htniwlx-rrlen. ,, r + 'f,3 1
Dilly Dally. _ally.70Op. Dally.Twa. ,
Plan to Keep Honn-lliln. growing In '
8 OOp 940.Lv.i ..._...J.'aun..III.... ....._.. Ar ;
r GOOD POTATOES '" the garden all the time.It 8 07p I Ya> a .. __So. Jack ,onvllle.......... L. a n I' 8 u.
,BRING FANCY PRICES In a strife now to keep the grass, <171 II 14 p ID" 48 a. H 8t. Auauatine _........ .. 0 60 I' T 4U a
/ it Kip; 11 82. H _._..Haiti toga..._ ,. 4 tap' a 49
) .anil To I must trnwa contain large plenty trap Of ol Pui Bond>h.lumaloin potatoes. tin out of the MtruwlmrrliH.Alx c T 10 P 11 SO ala H _._.._.Kael P.1..'.........,__..,. .. 4 Sip' e 28 a a

melons rabbit lurnlpn, lettuce ut the lnt of :May row - -
> prepare
n tart, nil v.geutdec remove larva quunti- 7 88/ P 18 p Ar _...._ . .Pain tka.._.....,.. L. 4 10 pOOp II 00 a
idcaofPoa.hfrom U auii. faupply Lied plant your good old "creaHeback, 6 41 p 11 26 a LV ?...._.. .PKlat k. ._....._........ Ar 0 II 66 ap
or "nliik et'Ing," ns citlleil by some, COo -1- - ) .
a "op Ar ...__..... Ban MoO_..___.. Lv ...
PotashIthcrallr and a double row n of lie pole titans, a fieorglKitrdcner. - c
prall HIIJTS / ; C 7 BDp" It Sip L'f' ..___....N Bogs ......_..._... L" 8 BO "t
hr tIe, .. nf frrlllltrn ef into> lnln> H US p 13: 47 p .. ____8'.n..oIl8.____ 8 S6a '
not itu Mil* IO a.per cent actual Holaiih.ixtur Into tlm garden, of small area go the rtOv 8 10 p'1J 65 p' .H. ..,..,.._....1) nIJOn'-....._' 8 at a ,n...
and man prohubl yiekl are mrs todollar. w IIflp l 'p ....?...?.. O rinondiaytona...___ 4 89 a
most precious things, nod nocordlng ton 0\ flU'J81Jp .. .,_._.D .._. .. 447k "
Our ptmphlrlil,. are not advtrtlilnir. clirulirn Southern Cultivator tot p 261p' of ?._...._..P0FtOronre....__... 486 a
"Wv>oinit. >.. upeclnl. I lenlliun, but contain vitatable correspondent. III 9 asp' 2 16 p oAr ..__..Ne w Smyrna........... .. Slop.. 4 19 a to)
liilurmaiion In larmera. bent Iron lor the with dome people collnnJ are that 2.

.asking. Wnta oow. thing. Hundreds. of garden L"r; ; 8 44 p Ar ..____ La AC Helen ..._..*_.. L. 6 10 p; 5"
OERMAN KALI WORKS precloun / : 103KlO49a a 366p .. ?.._..._..Orange citv ......__,. 1 641' .t
New York-0J IMaau Street, or in Oeorglu and South Carolina no MKKT :: 4 OOpaSJp .. .......Orange City oJuo Uon.__. ? 0 46 p
Atlanta, Ua.-->ii South Ilroad S,. / than a room huve collards only andIf 1 (1
II Sip L'f' _._?._New Imyrn....__ L. 4 Ola
double this. 1117.! perhaps a pint of 10 OOp' a Alp' _.........0." 1111I..._...... M 8811. .,
onion nets and a pnper or two of tur 10 eY I'' 3 8Up' oAr ,.__.........Tl 'u."I1I.._._.__ 011. y
. Tri-Weekly Sailings . 0 -
nip need may be planted. -r 00.. At.,_?.__.. Sat tfnrA .........._,?.Lv 10 00 a 10 00 a 0
A COMMERCIAL CROP; I'lunt some Into maturing vegeta A ..... ...1000a Lv ...._..._......,,6auturd.,...._..._ Ar .......... S00ain 3

An Arrr ol Ampmrmiia llotte-r Than blet now for the hint of eummerTurnlat BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 10-sap SOp LT _......,. Tltl1 svule___.. Lv -1 18 p -8 OOaa ""iU
n la I' 4 011 p .. ___ ......_.._ .. la 84 pla 19 a
< and beets In
IIHH> In tin. .nk. ) planted April,, .. ,7
u a 2 I' 433p __ ..Rock '''dlt...___ aop 2 16 a
In June, benna. and fnMay ] at Charleston S. C., both ways) H _._._ .. 11 8a 144a to)
In the spring <>f IHlll I planted three corn cowpenn 11 83 p' "fliP .K&UU..I'j.' __.. _.

'icroM of UH'mriiKtiM, ant rail of I'ul- : are mere pointers says' Texa: The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service C beta. laosaIt 81 .. 5 461p 87 p .... .__.._........;a..bafOlI." IIro....._...._____ .... 11 11 04 4Ha. 184 Bla ala ::

Jiietto, Hurr'H Muininotli uiul 1'onovor'a Farm and Ranch ._ 1 89 a 6 29 p ___._.tlc. LII"'e.' .._.__ .. 10 Ua? OOm UI
C. 1 89 a 6 Up" _...._.J'orC P/rroa.___ .. 10 "II. 11 IS/ p tIJ
iGuIoHMul planting four fiM>t by three tc The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. 4> 1 18aa 1081' '.'. ___._Tlbh' alga_.___. 113c.IJ n p \QU
93 a 7 lap ___._.Ed..n....,.... ....... .. 1I !IRa llrt p
1rn liichcH and about the luclicx For the drat Iwo 55 2 89 a 1 28 p .. ".__.......Stuart......_....._., .''i 0 lla 11 04 p 3
jcurs 9nly cut Take LAXATIVE Iticovo QUI.NINK: Tab. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points 8 OK a Te9P .. ..._...> HObO Hi tend......,.,.._. .. B42aI III :Sap'
n-noiigli, for homo list-. An WI' coulil! told Iota I ( refund the if I It ..., 3 >' 8 14 p .. M._.Went Ju plt.>r._..._. .. 8 at 10 lilt\ |,/ C.
UruggUtH money (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) < 4 04 a 8 tip .. __.West Palm Beach....,_? .. 7 48 9 41 p
1 vate "both wayrt tln t-uHt of gro abut waf 'alU to cure. E. W. Jrove's signature !w 4 8Ja a lap .. M._.....,.,., Doynlnn........-.-. .. 7 0 ]18 p V
S .
quite low. 'I 1 lu third j'cur lI"IUlrngu..to In each box. 25o.: Red Cross Pharmacy .SEMIWEEKLY'SAILING81SlIuthhound. ( Lewis Boston 4 4aa: o 28 I' .. ..-?-.......... D.'r.."............??.. .. 7 10 \0 I Up.' :
rein Wharf ::s RaT. ID" 21 p ............Ft. Laude rdale.niiiiii ............. .. II 18 H l [ ,
Uif value of $:::::::.> wits flit 'llif h bttllacrt'iiNetl Northbound.. foot of Catharine Street, JacfcaonirllloClyde 03 8 46 a'10 alp .. _. ... Dlknl.! .....|,._.._... .. 6 H o
In vigor i ouch ycnr until we FOR ALL KINDS:: OF JOB PRINTING 8 Bxa'10 41 p .. .._.....Hnllandnlo.........,..... .. 8 SB 7 .61.1|
remember the ADVOCATM ottlce.WALTON II 24 n 11 07 p ............ Lemon" City ._..,.,.. .. 6 84 7 21)1 i I'
were: m-llliig/ $:r>m> \\ortli.' 'I'h"11 lie rimtjreaclictl St. Johns River Line. I 83 a 11 J5 p Ar ..._ ....._1011.10 1....._.._....... LT 8 !U T M p

.N'ultniHkii- SELF LOCKING BLOCKS (DoHary Line.) D'i'1. 'D.ii7:
jVt llieyi'Xi>ci'lint'iit hintIon Miiini' twculy ,
forelKit vnrltli"4 wi-n iilnntcil. with Patented all countries. Only tackle | nun.
Stopping l"alatk. Aitor St. Franulii, H..re..fonl (He Land), and intermediate land- 1-- _
8cv'rlll) of Oul'nll'l..1I11. vat rh tk.s. 1 block of the kind lu the world. Fit InKs on the St.Joha'a Klver. 48 a ........ ........ ........... Miami.....,._.._. Ar......... ..1-pi'
Jookttl over the iilniitlniiM/ and found ted with the Wallon-Vlnton Roller STEAMERS "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE .00...........- Ar .. ........liomeelu4.ij._.._........ L............1 I >6> 43 pNs. >|:

I'Ulllll'ttO tO" !I.<, (the Iii rgtatt. flllll lfll-4t Hearer Useful 'in any place where
null . followii Leave J.'k..me.' i Haturiluya, Tuesdays anil i Tlninuluyaat
I.* appointed to an '
irftM'tfd wllli the I runt. The HIIIIIO IK.triif hoisting Is done With these blocksone 3:.10 p. in. Itetnrniniy leave 8anfurcl Moniluyit, 1c'ednuadnys. ii i 23Dnlly No. 21'No. 19 No. IT No. IS "50.20 No a No 2*
I man can do the work of two. unit I tVliluya atm; a.: in. Sunday Sunday Sunday Dally MAVPORT DBANCH. I No. JOSundayS"nda Dash
on my |pbl.9'| I>Sun Only I Only. Only. Ex Sun '
Dally. Un Onh Ei Su
Thousands cold In the north. Cal I y. >
AVe hove ifNliiritl the "OHt of cultlvuHloti / ....tb.Jt.1 NorthltoaudIteao _
and see them In working order at this down. 8CIIEIJlJLJ Head.. up. aoo"|p. 0 41 1 00 p I 9 SO 9 00.. Lv .........JI\I.k".nvlll........,,. Ar H30"1'.I00 n 6f' 1 HPlOTi
by tlit HMO of I the IIIMV rtvprxlbloorctinnl olllce, or the store of Jan.. 1'1'1 tchard & [Leave,; 3 :ail I'. in. . . .. . . . .. .. . Jacksonville,1'alatka. . .. . .. . . . :-.::I.Irrlve-a 00-a. m. e 08 p n ftl 1'1, 1 OH I p ft !IIH ..I S OS a Ar.. .?...80. JiKk.si.nvllla..... .LTAtlnntli H '.Mil u 69 a ; ,nt ,
tllHk, with live dink on u MI"! |". Son: Tltiisvllle. Leave M 4.1 |>. m, . .. .... .. . . .. .. . . . .. .... ... .. Leave. N CO p. m. 610p" 724 9/Up10 30 .. ......P..blo :)nnrh. .._ not l suit( B)6i') i 4 Up
Grave :I.Nla.UI. .. .. . .. .. . .. . . .. .. An tor .. .. .. .. ... ,., ..... Leave 1:1.00.: 41 |iT 7 91', a 49p' ]10 19 II 44 aI ..,...,.. ] llimebl.. ..... T 41 a 11 19 a., ft 00 4 :*>p
For |>nrt of our work, I remove olin or i.eave 4 30 a. in. . .. .... .. .. ...... .RtPraricl4 . .. .. .. . . . .. ... ..ave :9 00 p. m mi'' 74 |1' 301)1.10 311 a.10 OO ............ Mnvrmrr ._..7.. 1 aoa') ll Oil a fff 116 i pPENINSULAR
two tllxkM.An Leave .. . .. .. .. .. .. . ..H..r..lor.1IA"I( ) . .. .. . ... . ....\\1. .. .. I.Mt' p. m. ---
of Ii4 bolter UNIQUE GOLF CLUB.Vrittnrrm Arrive 8 :.KHa. in... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. . Raiitonl. . . ... . ... .. .. . .. . ....... D 30 .. ui.
,tf pert iiHpnriiKUH titan Arrive 10oi: ) a. m... .. ... . ... .. ... ... .. .EntEnterprise." ... ..... ...... .. ...... .... ".. 10 oil a. in. (; AND OCCIDENTAL STEAM SH'P CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
.. :Jl.IN') In flit bunk or out lit IntrrcHt.
I i, You run draw uu your bi-il every Hprlinf of a :Novelty foiiron I'ropoaort Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.r. --- -

K or I.onir l' l.nil.C'hnrleii Close Connection Made at Miami with Stcamahl.os of the P. &! O. S. S. For
T, ':wet or dry for a gaud, < MIIIII Over nod r. M. IRDXMONOER JK. Aunt. Gen.P.eN. Aft. 122 Wmit Bay Jaokaonvilla. Pla. : Company
ultove rout of production unit iniirkctJnjf. MiKMlonitld: former prewl O. COOPtttt, Jr., Local 1rrt.Agt. Jaoknonvllla; O.: P. LOVKI.L, Superlntanilent I JaukaooTllla.
. Fact Hogan St., JankmmvlllB, Fl. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
dent of I'nltitl Holt .. >Iu-
tail Htornm of hull or wind thi Stoles usxo< .. .
only ..
A. C. AOKRTV, Oen'l Kanfn Pa Ant. New York CLYUB MILNR, Oen. Frt. Altt., New York.
tlon mill chiiinploiiof 'the L'nltedNtates. General Ma WM. p CLYUK (::0. General .
stop marketing/ day Icy li-ttlnu/; TUFt O. KOKIl \ aK"r. AKenu.ChaaebrouKb
HullilliiK. U SUM St., Opposite. liattery Park, New York.
\' part of your bed grow up In the nprlnu, inn made known an Idea to u small Thmio Time Tnhlna] oliow the tlmxn at which trnlna may b "*rw',.,,l arrive at and d'p.tt
yt C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvlllc.. Fin. from tlie novornl etath na.. but'hplr arrival ord ..
coterie of millionaire. golfers of New i>nrttire at tlirt tlmtia elated l I. not rutrnntKml( '
the In the lillddlu of .
cutting .iu4 -
tout torte this Company to be held responsible for any deli y.or any eonsnciii.mcou arid. ,Olf tlierermm
---- - - -
,gust you ran market iliirlnn Hopteinbor \ York and u select number" of members - - -

of the (Chlciitf' (]<>lf club/ that re-
fall/ The Nit tlttl will .sellilgh / may
4 nit a
crop Yet
Copy of LOCAL
and tlm uverilKe will boilU( .anThU milt In the formntlnri of tho most v the TIME CARD or Other Informn.tlon"SEE

'3loal. part of your betl will bei unIque golf club In tho world says theitostou Atlantic Coast Line R'y. THE TICKET AGENT."

_ _,--. m__ _ llthe.3Auilouald, .by teeny given credit for I J. t). RAHNER. A.st. Qen'l PM. Ajrt.. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

.. .
WI'o\' : '. : ntrodticlng golf to tho went seeks to I The Oreat Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson Effective .June .1, IflOS.; The schedule figures for the Maypnrt Branch and !IWri'"I : hundred rli-h men to mibscrlhe
: get a
sale Tuesday and Thursdays In November. Horuestoail Extension an shown on above timetable, ban been changed: additional
\# \\"I 'r : $1,0051( each anti a larger number tu .
: ; _
trains being put Into seivlce between Jacksonville and and the norvioe
( ; ,;,1. .+ ;. come in on a baslti of $:'MM) for the purchase TO TILE KAST. Mayport,
,, I fH', '" ."\. . "..I. l''. of o' trll.t .o( land on Long Island between Miami and! Homestead being reduced to one train a day each way leaving

yi '\\\n'\ : I \ I'' I J where will be built an eighteen Over Its own rails to Savannah via the Charleston Pennsylvania, Richmond Kallroad. anti Washington thence Miami a. rn., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving Miami 2:110p.:: m.

I 1:1 I I', L '\\I lolo course, each/ hole to be u replica.MO For correct schedule see any Agent of the F. E. C. Ity., or for pocket timecard
.: 11 :
", I': . fur an topographical/ conditions will TO TilE \VKST.' address the A. G. P. A.Southern.

,.,,,. bo.f(: icrnilt, of some famous. bole at one. of The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. K. --- .. --- -- - - - -- -- --- -
'I. 01! he world's moat noted courses
::1.\\ ",.I\\-hIJ\ <'lij\j(\ !
'1; ':' ,II tllJ:'! ; :\Ir.n."Ionu1cl: thinks. little of the'layout" TO TIlE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.

.'? 11'I\; t'\J ..'.I\ I of holes on American golf Railway
:tu ',; {'v' ...., \ / Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldhln, Bos
I I courses, and Hcotland and England ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore Via Sa

1 I I.n therefore, will provide the Mchemes for vannah and !Merchants' and Miners'Transporttalon Company for Baltimore

__ tho entire eighteen IIoII'R.a. t tho pro aud Philadelphia.TO EFFECTIVE MAY SH, IBOlf.

posed !'OIII'II.'.
.ALIIIC'M'O AHPa.aa.arH. Two Veatlbele Trains r"t.: No. 34 I No. 211 NORTH AND WEST. S, 'u
In his letter to Chicago/ millionaire KEY WEST ANI HAVANA.
Seven bunrhna grown In Nebraska. The Lv Jac' ... .. .... . .. )' a tat 111II1' IvJ."k""nvtI.! .. ..1.... . .. ..SoRy .1.""
welvht of theaH bunches was twenty and his Wall street friends lu New Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. L. J..up...... ... .. . .. .. II"MM 10 Slip LyJ..up.O.... . .... .. .. .... . . " IIi s'PLv '
and the length one fork :\1 r. Mncdouald sets out the benefits Savannah.. .... .... ... " 1:4111': 121ea ArMacon(3 .......... .. ...... . . .. .. Jea
nlsrht pound average ArColuntbla.. ., ...... ... " it asp 6 DO. ArAt'.nla.' .. . .... ... .... . . " M1 .....
/oot) of thin novelty course. Golf on It Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points ArCharl..tte.... .. .... .. " 102tlp 1111II10 Ar Rome. 0a.. .. .. . . . . . .. .. -:
and would bo a text of tho game and would ArGr..mINor.... .. . .. .. .. ... t' Ila": 1'11111' Arll..I'.n.U..... .... .. . .. . .. .. .. 8 .
late In starting the next spring Ar Danville ... ..... .. ..... " :2 ills 21"1' Chatt.ntogs Tenn. ... .. . . .. .. . ..
ashould tx /lot to grow for another fall ,I afford the critics au excellent oppor'tuntty MILEAGE TICKETS. A rRfclunond.... ... .... ... .. .. "81511a8- ji ArI.'IIIICCO..Ky." .. . .. ... .. .Q.Ifl. 1 JMAr :
what nature to see Just who could play the ArClnolnnatlU . .... .... ... ... ; a'I''
crop. You ors only lining/ 'bburlt. .. .. .. ... u u 484 T gOp :-
I In the United States. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the prlncl- .. .. L. ('tnclnnat ... .. .. ... . /
linn stortMl In tlm fall rather thnn In the game : Ar ('s.rlotte.vllle,... .. .. 6 lea 6 Hip U. "II!! EourIN
4 Thu plan to purchase the neededncrengo pal railroads the southern states, are on sale by the principal agent.. Ar W..hlnltton . ... . . .. " \I O" Y lop ArChl""lCe. III.. .... .... . .... I
:r-prln" For reservations Information. apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, Ar .It'mnrtl.. ... ... .... .. \I SOa ll rap Lv Clnclnn..tl. 0...... .. . .. ....1'10 Lllle. 1\1''
The demand for n.MmraK"| I". rapidly and tho cxpviullturo of moro Ar Wee 1.b'ladell.llla. . ... " I 41\1' 2 Sap Ar Chicago ill .... .. .. .. . . .. 115ArNew
InoreaHlng.. IV''pla tro\ibl ..l withkidney him $100,000( ( ou tho course Is believedto FRANK C. BOYi YTON, Dist Pass Agt. W. D. STARK Trav. Pas Agt.liW York .. .. . .. ... .. oIlJp Bill's rCIndini i.0).. .. .. .. . .. ..Cfr&D'N !SP
be feasible. : West Bay St., Astor Building! JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 11----:: ArChlC&jO,1II ... ... . ...........M'anotl P
; dUtoaumi" rtfolve ouch benefit W. 84.-'New York and F' '''1''''''.."
H. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager: J. CRAIG Gen'l. Pass. Agent 0..C II "rn '40\1'.
J>y Ito liberal une. In bunching such WILMINGTON N. C. Tampa Taly1'ulhnanDrawinR and Jaekennv111t ItoamiloepingUarrort to New York' AvCalcdg0.. ...... .. .. .. .... .. An
large quantities as we have ROHR will ftrmt ol :>o.r. MIIHorr Tralnlast.General .. _._ I .X..3'I-"Wllfthlnltton and FI..rhla Limltod" A.J"' rolt._lIch. ..... .. .. .... .. . P. I ?Ia
bo defective for ninrkrt." W" use. the Nogl. who la giving the Runfdana ----- - - - ----- --- ------ --- --- Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping C.r.Lv C1n01nn4e 0. ... ... .... ... I'u LI nee 'rl''''

ao astonishing an exhibition of JackaonvtiletoNewYttrk. Ar Pitt._burg. I0.... .... ........ .oIa
tlpa-_ny two Inrhmt longRnmetlmeet its knowledge of the art of modem e; <>.A. I> Lv CmrmnMI..0...... .. .. . lug FourThnmgh .
: $ mush an half a bunhpl being fooktnl. "TilE LAND: OP TilE SKY" I No 30 r.I.IId.! 0 .. .. ... .... .. : '
Every owner of land whouM plant at war, commenced his military educo- EAIR -. : 5oRy l'rJacktnnvillella

tlon fighting In mediaeval armor with LINE RAILWAY.FOR ... .. ... ...S... R" TA1p ArleutsvilleKy. .... .. . . . .".. .' ;
. Jcnst 2rd: ) plants nnd rot 0<) Is better torn S..v.nn.h. ua. ,... .... ... .. ... .. talon Ar St. Lolli.. 1110. .. .... ........ ... ::
tllsh ho bow and arrow and the sword of C. .. . ... ... . .. " .. roe
: family. Use as a regular slitylav ArColumhla.S. 61X>a rAnnlaton. AJ.... .... .... ... "
the samurai. Ar A.II."III..N.C.. .. .... ... .. . . .. 't I Sop Arlllrmlnjh..Ala. .. . .. ? It 4aArHotBpringaN.
J!1 In a year Nv..r..1 with good JI1rt : C.... .... .. . .. " 8Top ArMempht. Tenn...... ... . .FriWe 9OPPAr ,
t racy; cream It U on. of the best produI \. Tao Mlk.do'a A4ffem .. Bore.In Knoxville. Teon.. .. . ... ... .... ... :: 8001' ArKanaaCity/ Mo.. .. .. ....... " 6aAr .

I Clone. of tho vegetable garden 1 Con view of the astounding progressof SAVANNAH% COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, ArPt.leul.Lnils.idle' .:.: : :::::: ..::::: :.: :::: :: : : Mmi;; >hl T..nn.. ...... .. .. ... )L.oLrClllclnn..tl tK

.eludes an Orange Judd Farmer rorrerdpondpiit. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK .0...... ... ... ... ... QI."C! R 15a Hot IIprlnK", Ark ..... .. ........ .. -
I Japan It N. Interesting to recall the'allowing ,
Dally.. p"l1
rescript which wu 1.\1'. 1b l ly Nn 8B-Dallr Pullman Drawing Room and No.17-"The: Florida LimlUtd.0..10. and NtrClnatnnat "

Aic. the to the Japanese schools. Heart: 'ylftg Car bet..en Jarkssmvllle .nd mall veaibule SIplnl traIn Clrro throngs. Jw'k.onvllls day to Clnclnma
emperor Two Trains Daily . )
Tho 0... *....... . Elegant I
some fifteen the London
ago says
I The derndenee In rloe calture In the years Plea', ) ,
rotates of the Routh Attnntlc coast hat Dally Graphic: "He filial to yourtarentn Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Excellent Dining Ca Service. K.n..... e'ty' an,1 COlora.... Sprl"o. _
and affectionate to your brothTS .
l>et'n ono of the most ntrlklng ngrlcul-
bo loving tripOli conduct ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE.
; : your-
turlll I featured of their recent history.
selves with uiodesty. and "be benevolent From New York Waahingtonetc-No. 00&"
It U the decadence of a crop that ban MODERN:> PULLMAN EQUIPMENT 20. "W..hlnlftnn and Florida Limited".
I to all. Develop your Intellectual. faculties From New York. Waehtngtoneta-No,38:!:!. ""Waohlngton TlnrldaExpree'" M2f
tho prcntlge- two centnrltti of lJI'n..rally and perfect your moral powers ONLY LIN E Operating Dally Through Sleeper. Jacksonville to New Orleans From Cincinnati Aehevllleew-No 29."Wa.hingtonandluHtlaLlmlted" iM4'

profitable cultivation end a reputation by gaining knowledge and acquiring a From C".KO' Clnclnoatl. Atlanta, ..tc..No. ...."..Iorhl. Lmlte.I"... .. .. ","
for quality nnKiirrniiiHiHl by any
rice In the world according to nuthort- irofesslon. Promote public Interests For full Information and deeper reservations call on any Agent!

flee of the department of agriculture. oDd advance public affairs. Ever respect Seaboard, or Write T. CJ. X.at7 I3.v: Diet Pass. Agt.

I the national constitution and 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
for title condition ,N thepeculiar
I ,I Among cauneH Inadiiptablllty of the Irrigatedrice obey the laws of the country mid Incase A. O. MACDO nII.. Asat. Oen. Tans. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON: Pans. Agt.

lands. of thesa .states to the line of of necessity.! courageously. interlace J.\CK80 VIt.J.E. Jo'LORID.FOLEY'S .\. S. II. HARD WICK, P. T. :M., Washington. I>. C. W. 11. TAYLIIE. 0.I'. A.'Washlnut.- '
BROOKS :MORGAN. A. O. V. A.. Atlanta. Ga.
yourselves to tho public Kootl. Retent -
I heavy np to date agrlculturnl 1I'II'llln.4'ry. !. - -
events. have proved that the last, --- .
In -- -
Thin I baa prevented. reduction BO YEARS' ------ ------- ----- -
',' the cost of production and in till ern Injunction at least was taken to hearty EXPERIENCE

.' of low prima hns rendered ..uoc\'HMful > the youth of Japan.:..

I raHnltlon| with the rice grower. of ,
southwest Ixiul..lana, end of Ti'xa 1mjiosslble. .

I I' SUPPORTscorns I HONEY AND TAR T'.DE Masse Visiting Cards and Invitations


The original 'c.

tr::"rili-i: fthottld b<. A thlu :t of beauty, :ll.r:; : : r:: '
; EMULSION ''rv 11 *, LAXATIVE cough .n..n.T.... t. proaear, ....'..n..h''... ('........an......
unirt-e of plomtirt I % *. pride and profit. brlitg to carry the wcaktiwd and remedy. iioit.irtctUciHitt l.ntt l. HANQ800K on Patent
frfM lM 1Ni|
Mint > acme. fer..vnnns
Sow okra" In drill. thni to four feet j starved system along until It cn find The genuine Pamela t...i thmuith Mann k Ca( naive -PRINTED AT-
p.r44t4 noClr., wtthoa c""PO" in Ui.
( apart firm support In ordinary food. FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR U la
('ui-unilcrn can now ,be put !in lJmtricano
Send for ,.*. _pie. a Yellow packife. Refuse iab.tltot. llll iil ?
*> A ..... '''' weklr. '......... Mw
SCOTT % POWNE. Chamois, PropareHi only by ralth' **t any. oivntldtf mrn.1** T.,., 14 II
Muuy tbluir ptantitl early may now 40 .41 I' lean Street. ... Yor" 'ear t fnurmonthaL Iktl4 6f all n.w.eaNta1UNN
ti rcpluuteil If uecesnary to necurecrops. l ,..... sod ,'....1 all dnauiota. P.l.y A Oempany.. Ohloa... & Co.IDIB"d"' New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

I fwd Much ouloux.
4O' u* cabbage. hell Cross Phnmincy. Branca ulll_ tI2I r IJt..Wasklaeloo, D.C.




.....'- lts4.. .' .. .atJd.r A ,.. ... .L .. --sue. ......:. .. ......:3JB-: ,1s', ..La e. ,_. .."...,....._;_ _I&:,.. .......t'o..t.. .i..4-.a..L.o r_... ...-.

11111 -rn 1



JACKSONVILLE. clothes I didn't think my-r ben.

I'OHnry) would 1 care for those,"

The AtavismOf She Rave' H patient sigh TEE \-XT .A..LTO
WESTMORELAND; HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE "\".>u will get in* n r'mj' /: n-. noon us .

FLA. jon "11. won't )'1\\1. R'bert' ? I shan't
Pauline feel miirrlPil without n wpddlnir ring. "
American plan. Centrally located. Just built nuiwentl hinkll.
and opened "Sure, little girl I -

this season. Fine cooking/ and /Rood table. Hot and Cold Water BU INA WRIGHT HANSON .\ not we reaoh ..l the parsonage.Mh .
u ray wife iuul I emerged\ "' from
Baths, Elevator, etc Five minutes from I bx.kisl at her .
any wharf or depot. All for uiiulMter' tiito( ingtr.e(1igty
C-o \\lluht. 1903. bu loa WtluM" tenon
street cars pass the door. lute, *.>., to *2.r>0 per day ;: SELFLOCKINGa
'w.'I1\ said l-obalilj| wi hud/ l>ettei
*.ra. J. WALKER Proprietor. It \MIH sunny where we Milt at Sutrol mart lit ours for the ....111111.).."

heights! . l etween the white statues of :M.iniiill I. wife Mixed her 1m ml with

J.tCKSONVILLE "Prom..tllI'IIS" ul1.1 ")4'etpme 1u Ser- a i li.irm'nn: 1I""I1I11ItlOII| of (liuiilty.In.lcisl I .

The New Travelers Hotel FLA.Oo p"ut.:' At our left stretched. smooth , "' .. Khali! mil "'l' will gohoini'

red road."The until such time n* we tiiHixe to
the American and European Plan- < The church ran \\alt till we are T .A..CKLESLOCK:
Itll. "
and It lead to
Under new inaDuffenieot. Newly IlIrlll..lle.lln.1 road of love, ..
family home Karen: American Plan _. renovated. A pleasant I remarked.Pauline quite| ready to depart:
IHI And *::! 50-; European: Trt) paradise .
and up. All cars form Union :Station stop at the door' was silent. Her dreamy Tli.it e\ -nfnK "" we sat in the 1'1'
/miilcne, were Juiiml ,by Mr. I.iiy
HANCOCK, Proprietor. eyes Kitzcd, beyond till little waves lunging ,Ion, Paiilltio'! law.M'i'May ,-. m

The beautifully located Klversldo Hotel at r.ieen Cote Springs, Is under tIle' in toward nhoro. out to tilt bauk I lii'iulre HH t.. jour plans fur &

same management: of fog which circled the water*, a* If tin' rutnreV" linked th<> lawyer, : : :
to Mint us two there lit tln sunslilne.n "\\'.. nil going to the country' to find.

New Hotel Windle JACKS-ONV1LLK: KLOKIDA. ay from the \\ hole world. My glance \\oik" I'aullntt: "boRiiii:: I '"v.'ly. "You

10 East Forsyth :Street. lingered:; on 1'aiillue's rippling\ 1 lyowu xee, Klbeit did Just what I did.-gave' v
hair on her straight/ little nose, on bcr hi" money a\\ii)'. lie came here to tell

Center of City ; cool, airy looms; Unit-class In all appointment' The best mouth and I gave: one lout sigh lit IU" and I wits writing to him. \\-IIMI1'tIt

*_' to *2.r;;0 American plan house In the city. Open nil the content. a runny ceduuoleim'nraj'
year. European "1'Il1lhl1 mild 1. "'III you marry "\cry." Hiild' the Inwyor ,lr 'I)'.
plan *1 per day one peisou. Free bus from trains and steamships Near meV""No Sly I wife. folded I and< nufulilol, her Is a now and giant' Invention, as It saves time, money ami 1 labor It will

all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH: Prop ," she aiiRwereil. hiliiilUercblef., The I lawyer 1C1If.: '"I intoHpaie work horizontally upside down or at any iiiiulo... It Is linponNlbio\ for tlio ropn

Her tone was Caressing,. but it heldiincompromtKiiiK !Pauline sighr.l and Mr. Layton to slip i when locked, and 1 no lover or IIIItIl'r ropo attachment Is ulll..lln tills de..
llnimexn. The tog cleared. his thrust
.. vifo. There Is only ono rope to hoist, loner and lock the load and It Is impossible
SL'A1IItEEZE. FJM ISII>.\. ","at ctmiliiK cloHcr In. Ami you expect to enjoy drudgeryInxlciiil
"WhyV"Pauline of luxury: doyou'/" he iiHKcd for the rope to jam or chafe, /and thuio Is nothing! to Rut out ot order

turned her gray eyes fromthe with tlie HUNplcloii' (if a II'I'.wl. In this original tuoklo lock ,
<>i on n to me. "It Nn't a mutter I of likliiir." I'uullne
BON AIR CABIN May \bo lI"m lit James Pilichuid\: Son's or ut tlio AI>\IIJ.\TE ('anise Tltusvllle.\
01'" thlntf thou liu-kent. she <|iiot- nnx\\ereil, 1 iiletty| "F:lhrrt, did It bi> l
ed I ..nrtJ .. ' nell what thou host oause he cared, a great deal fur mo; 1dM I a

OCEAN BOULEVARD mind, (jive to Uie jxMir.' It Iiccauxc" I lined' iil: >ert Mini 1 41'
.SEAURKE/K FLA. I stared blankly lit her. Was this thought:: It wax rlKlit ( If course' net-! .k '
One block from the Ocean
and Clarendon. Largo airy child of luxury, this butterfly of fanh- tier ut', lit thought ii f the other'M Hiitl'ltleliiK. -

Rooms. Good Table. Reasonable Kales by the Day ion t turuliiK I preacherY Hut It IM done, and ten mire f ir>>; m'P
, Week or Month. Dinner r,0c, ; Breakfast or Tea, :lOl'. "I don't say It." original Klliert.: Forgeneratloiix lilK to lllilke the l.ent of It."

S. s. JONES Proprietor. back th.I"\.'.. been every "I 1 K(.... Would it iltrtiippolnt'\ you I IIHIin

-- ---- --. now and then Home one jof our family mil It ;your properly' xvere ,,llllyours'
who ban believed ami practiced It. I :''

anpmse, the mantel of IheHu peculiar, Paulino iniMpcd.

THE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA Seabrocze (D.iytomtItench I1l1f".1, <'I'1I has fallen upon me, for it "I tbouiclit )'''11'1 I ln, > Horry" HO. I horde l

,) Floiid.i.; has. been a life principleltli ut+)." up the IIU'HHH.II'. from tint cliurili. .\<. q I '
"Maybe l'ni dense, but I eoutrss I the church iliH-Hii't knoxvlint. she!

The only Hotel on Daytona Bench Open tie, Kntlie Year.It (doll ......"-. IIII..L Khe will bi able to eiiilnre It." mTHIS

"I have. more money tlinn I know' Pauline gave a Joyfulry.. "Oh. Ill-:

Is a home-like hotel at reasonable: price. Electric lights and all modern wlint to do with ; HO have you. H In I 1"1'1.1 1 "" ,' absurd. for us to marry and !put nil our 'evldog: rlug': ct' *
conveniences. Sea food a specialty. First-class livery In connection with the money together It Isn't right You 'yl I.,,' wll\. buy her" HXMIeilillnrf THE r TNETWALTON {

hotel Rates :*i.00 per day and upwards. Special weekly and by the season. Ton must chooso some port Kill' and I I'luir' I nslusl| fondlyNlilnn! Ibe lawyer OF

high grade furnished cottages on the beach In connection with tile Hotel. Special penniles" main'"Nolsonser/ u cr<' In Mexico. for a moment.

attention given to traveling men's comfort. : "No; I'll hate lay property niiiilenverto THESE ARE OUR

"I really moan It. jew. dear. PAT. BLOCK r PATENT LONG- i I It'' $
II. L. KOCIIER PKHOER, Proprietor. I reiiKoned with her for an hour mid Mr 1.1I.'lnll tur" oed, to me. "May: I Iln I '
at the end of the time I loft her bolting 'iuio! Mr, t tn \\liui-i! jou uiiiile, over 4- ROLLER BEARING': / \I

nt the wean, her oypi wet, but her )'oiir propottyl' WUM yours given to SHEAVES.
(kin dctcrniliipil., Her chauffeur lo.>UM dllll'IIII.\ ....""
OLD SKAimiizi: GOOI,ALL, 1"1.\
( ,,1 at ate inquiringly, us I ...tr"l1JlII..t "I 1 dliUi'C: lhtik! HII at the lime/ I did

her unto ear, which hud bronchi ut It." I I Il''I',1. : MII, !!Illrrt: !).. "It N III the

both I Jiimmed lilY lint down viciously mm/! hl'(' "r \ranlliie :Movvliriiy. nplimler., I I1I1'1' e

The Seaside In1OLD SEABREEZE:, and nturted! nli>nK the red road 1. but i i o her" Hiilmeiitieut' ; tmuurl-inge'"-

GOODALL, FLA. it uo kinder led to panidlMe. It WIIM n<> I'liulilie'M fnee, wil-4 el..m> I to III hu'. : '.
"roail o' l> ve" and 1 there wan. no purudlH "You prccloiH." iihl. loci'lll'iil( tfuoHt!" # I II IL

Is now open f6r the slimmer season. under the management of the owner, (> iiiij-wlnrc. slit HaKI.!
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on L>nyt"na 'And the young man wont uwuy
Beach, Ibe hotel Is modern In all its appointments, with large, airy pleasant sorrowful for ho had greet lmsaessious . III'niltllC lllnlM. "n in: .t.r HntB.Ihiniinlnif I
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keallng's Casino and Tier. ,' blnl-t are to ll (ine con "' .....

The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. It's iiinii/.lnif' what n Rood IIljCht' NI d.'uonsly In l:aster millinery not &1' j/

HORACE )F. :STEWART Owner and :Manager. sleep" will do for u man. Next morti- rivals, but us 'ollll'Ulllolll1|> of the, How! .

Ins I had an Interview with my lawyer. ers that bloom In llu spring, trll.llI.SIl11 '
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------ writer In lime New York I'IUHH.PoNinl . f OOLI J) I ;1
u < \
TITSVIJ.I.I; :. It wai tedious and "fI1l'bll t ,.
pmlmrriiMHlnc.! nu I had l to explain Home ou invisible springs> they will \\I>,p :
hunt !llower-IIko above the bloHHDiii
things 1 hhoulil have preferred to keepto I
THE ALPINE COTTAGE that nod over brims and crowns, ACPIIIInn .
TITUSV1LLK:, FLOItlDA. myni'lf. It was over at 1/iHt and I _____ .___-_ __ It
toward the delicate
sought ranllni'. to swoop cups' .
Now opened. Everything at this boarding-house Is new and up-to-d.ite, I found her In tho rose garden writ ami bells with every movement of the li''
uixlne and service tint-class, with reasonable rates. Good and polite at- Inn riipldly.Vhcn she Raw me shenpraiiK wearer. Several of Ilio new bats ore to
fntlon. MRS KATE!: MYERS( Blanageross. ,
IIIIMhninmlntt hlrdx fastens) to tin1tiinler
up, Heatlerliitf paporx' on the
F. A. I.OS.I.EY: Assistant. .
brim tho dellcute' lillls- tin* blllx
KHISH. She "mll.llIt, mo Ipurfully. he I lilrdH the. Mil. for the Irttsslnntlnt Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves dJ'ir
"1 discovered'' that I couldn't, lltn 'I of ( nut Walton-Yinton :
PEACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLE KLA. toward niiKliiiu's left eyebrow' '
without jou, I sold tatting, her into .
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First-cl.ms Board at Reasonable Rates. Restaurant and Retail (irocery; In my iiriim. "I could, leave given nwny" His" ", Stool! tho T"Nt.nr". tt1,.. '
onncction. WRU.:: M. I.. PEACOCK Prop. a dozen fortunes rather than lush j-uii. -- -- - -
I felt her .Hturt. The old.. original:' GIIOVK'H' TaxttOem, I II

"fJlvpii awny, Klhert" .she r"Plllpl. Chill Tonlo. You know what you are ,
You hn VPII't given nwnjr" tuklnir. It Is Iron anti 1lIlnlno In a tasteless -

"Uvt'ry cent," I pried gnyly, Ip..IllIg. farm No cure uo pay, ;OOrts.! at t.haH..I '

THE WIGWAM her to n Heat. .Flint !got the biixIncHiInlKlud. Cross 1'hnrm.iry, Tltimvllle )Kin.I'nll I .I
INDIAN SPRINGS, 0nF.OnCHA'S i,\., ( I'm your penniless limn. / ? I ,

Now when will you" marry u1sT'She
nnn )'.nrlr Mlnt.r l.miiItitiieiiiber .. I'I
FAMOUS\ RF.SOKT. Htarcd nt me', her eyes round 1 and I
auiiuol. Then she laughed, iiorvoiiHly.. I the term "hothoiiHe"JIMi lurch I I Ijl I I I
\ panacea for diseases for a. hundred years, Is now open for reception of "I not mean" that you '"liNtoCr""" I" tit l e ar
guests Fine Orchestra Bowling Billiards, Swimming Pool Located midway haveloo"NilegimsiaMI.) your iiilliuiil; In a Hem I Incubator. Tim
between Atlanta and Macon. "II II" ., what, ,dnrlliiff/ I ijuerled., V?
feeding, burn should The Medical Baths are obtainable only ut the Wigwam. For analysis of "Given! everything iiwny. .Ivan. Just The feeder Hlniilld exercise cure that i,
water and rates, address writing to you to tell you that I caredmore i
I, bin Iniiibs\ d" nut get In a draft nnd are>
fcCOVILLE BROS., tar jou than for uiy wretched
well .Hbelteied' but see that they biivt
Indian Springs, Ga.13iLTBIOitE moiipy; aad It'i all !K'>"e. guile. gone:" Inawhile 'i 1 1i
aIr. It will not hurt them
_ ._ _. --.u _ ___ "Never mind little K to BO out In the snow. Our fall
:N. C. each proved our lu"... Now we will
and l winter lambs often weigh forty to
start In nud ll\'e us our
-- grandparents Oily pouuiU early li> the sprliiK and l lbriUK
did. I will buy rllll 'b"Jrllullpllrt'IIIM
a < -
from $7 to f 1O per, bend urcoudhlg -
BILTMORE, N. C. "My dlilu't. nnd YOI1ban'b't ti> the market All Lamb femlemwho
Kenilworth Inn any money, Kllx-rt.:
can grow ulfulfu should not fall tobe.
NEAR A8IIEVII.I.E. "Ob, that' no. Well I will gu cud ---- '
without this wonderful buy attribute 11
work for a rancher then unit can
most of my success with I Iambs
OPEN THROUGHOUT YEAR. help the rnm-her'H. wife. You can roa.e1)II1t..r to alfalfa. The past season I raised. These long Roller\ Hearing Hheitves'! which ,am looked upon" as the greatest' '

mid feel the hen ami-unit fatten S.'iO tons on my farm aDd use It freely, I antl friction roller bearing In the world, are without coxes to (hold the roll/ ) V

EDGAR B. MOORE: Proprietor. the pigs can't you 7" Also 1 !grow ;.tss) bushels of outs uudbarley i In place, and therefore are far morn durable and run with far less friction than

!She bold up her little white liundrt, ..<#*> bushels of shelled! com the old-style cage The sheave castings are made solid, standing double tho i 4 '
and I co\ernl them with
UHHOH. T'jen
and 3OO bushels. of soy beans on my train of the skeleton iron sheavus.
:NEW YOKK. she put them one on each Hide of my place much of which was fed to sheep,

face and looked uteucllly Into rny handling about a thousand! head per

eyes."Elbert year said Joseph E. Wing\ before the
Hotel I will try If the ran hpr'* Connecticut board of agriculture, OK THEM NKU.I.VO; IX THE NEW: K.VOLAM: STATIW.
wife will have pattern- with "
Marlborough me. '....... .. TMblli.
'r"( whom did you (tire your fortune --Fur all kinds of businesses where a Tackle lllotk I I.* Uaed-
Inserts of almost kind vat
every are
? I asked after i minute."To I
Broadway 30th and 37th Streets Sew York. the church f an orphanage." en In one part or snottier/ of the <<\,,be. f

; and In department. Most can-!! The natives of the West Indie. eat the
Completely Renovated transformed every Her lip were jiilverlux attain, so I
trally located hotel on Broadway. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONE said hantlly."Well larvne of the slag beetle, the cre ''a every room In the house. of lioiirlxm broil unit silt ro--kroiiche, TIII:
EUROPEAN PLAN100 Rooms. 20O bath rooms. Rates: IId) and upward "weetbenrt. "'> put on yourphuhnst I while tin .\rn\tn\ still follow the example Walton
Block Co
without bath. *:J and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath $3 "iwu. UK befits u )poor mail'sbride I of John the K.iptlut nnd feed fill I lorn Self-Locking
and slid we will go at mre to the
upward. and bath .3 and upward.l
Parlor two bedrooms parllolill" I is.. The 1o"l'.I.Mh"I".r| f Is a favorite ,
SWEEXEV-TIERNET HOTEL COMPANY, nrt'cle' or illet: both In fJr'ece and lit
J "milh..1 when she tame ba<-k. Her 4OI Atlantic Avenue BOSTON MASS
E. )I. TIERXEY Manager. Mexico. Tlie (hlne.. bUlk a lusty' *
"Idalusat: trown" was simple and white, '
.IIAIa nut of the chrysalis of the silkworm .
but probably c-owt a. much a* I could *]
tLe ranch In and s white fill grub that burrows :
earn on a year.
"Tlie minister lent lit the palm Irpe. N the J-renli...fIell'ary i ;
me the moneyfor
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE the llceiiMe iud ban promised. to < H Iliiriunn known, Ant prepare >
wait till I got my flrnt month's wage >l lu various ways commend. . tliemselveii JOB PRINTING

....1I1 for that and bU fee," I explained awe to quite a OUIiilier of |>e ,|>le. .
"JI.. "'iLIr' walked nluog.Psallrxt's The African cnstom Is to rook them In

fare flusbed! and she looked butter while l In Brazil a reslnoiin SHUCVIs
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT up plteously.' the usual accompaniment. The His- Executed at the office of the t

."Didn't you save out enough for the m... prefer the eggs of the sat and In !

5*. i.* rt&g-my welding rtngT" she wbt.p.rvd. .. India the white' ant Is Dot only eitit
a */r 7, raw but In some parts Is roasted like I

PRINTING ")lade a clean sweep of rrerythln coffee' and |I. then milled with Hour aD<1m.le EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
. ALL KINDS OF . Into pastry.
I answered cbcerfolly
., "except Amy Jt JtI

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We have been dealers !In diamonds ' ..1

J f.DIAMONDS I !. and other precious stones Fourth of July at Titusville mtVJ.asrJ.lo THE: CLOTHIERS- -AND-FURNISHERS- F1.orlc1._ .

*************************j since the establishment( of our.. Our Leaders h
I. ... I
business in 1868, and direct importers for more than 20 years. EDWIN "LAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN' SHIRTS, STETSON HATS


t ljE: ==We save you the middleman's profit: F Breyard's' Town Which took place at 11 a. m., and were AXD: THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR TIlE LADIES: ,

County Gaily successfully engineered: by the committee .

,comprising Messrs. Chas. II. Walton The and
largest most
complete line
,. ft Bedecked With Stars and E. L. Brady and O. L. Mandaville. They date IIp-t'.1
:t \bo.Jgt of v ready-made clothing ever shown on ;
WItlTK yon 01'It: : were witnessed by hundreds delighted the
: people, and were as follows: East Coast; Ranging In price from $11 to $:!:..jn
I JKWKI.KItS!: IHPOHTKKS CATAIfOIIE. :: Stripes Predominating Foot Race-1st Prize, one set Boxing '

Gloves, worth $.i), Won by J. Low Cut Shoes, In the Tan, Patent Leather;;
41 Went Day .St. Jacksonville, Fla. ______._ :: Williams. .,
1,; Canvas pearl Buck, Tan Buck, Vlcl Kid ami
! ***************************************************** 2d I'rlze, one pair solid\ gold: Cuff ., Tennis; ranging In prices for the Canvas -
GRAND Buttons worth $-4. Won by I.. #1 I._> ,
; CELEBRATIONA Hopkins. to the famous Edwin Clapp $0.;30.;

I XV. L. :ZMCOOFXtO: ..,.V'IuIIU PINES NEARLY ALL GONE. M Prize, Cash $2. Won by \V. - -I

Crook. I Our line of high art, tnllor-made\ clothing win; '
Boys Foot Race-1st Prize, Cash $1. Won
'The Bhlprlnc S"..on Will He Over In n stand the most rigid Inspection. Only tIle let;
Bowman Carlile.2d
I Largo Crowd from all over Brevard by
raw More !>.?.. Prize, Cash SOcts. Won by I eat and best fabrics enter into its construction. ,,

The Florida pineapple has as well as St. Lucia and Yolnsla Chester Sharpe. The latest designs are carefully\ studied and

about played out and at the season end of ten Counties were Present and I Sack JUce Scarf let Pin,Prize worth, one$2.solid Won gold by embodied therein. We ask your inspection. I

days the shipments carload lots will Mitchell In connection with this department, we carry

If' cebHe, says the Times-Union. Enjoyed the Sports. :-'d! Prize,Kyzer.Cash $1. Won by Fred a complete and up-to-date line of Gentlemen'sFurnishings. I
The first
oar of pines handled by the
Frendsley. Shirts of the famous '
Indian River and Lake Worth Manhattan
i Growers' Association was on Pineapple May 27, High Jump-1st Prize, cash $:>. Won band In Madras, Cheviots and Percales, In both
The Fourth of July celebration In by II. W. Munch.
and since that date the number and stilt bosom effects.
largest negligee A Wilson

Titusville Is over and we again take 2d Prie Cash $1. Won by Louis
of handled
cars io one day was ten cars. Collars. Knox and Stetson flats
pleasure In chronicling a biff/ success.It Alexander. Tn fact,
E. Poroher tbe
the Indian general agent for Is a well-known fact that when the Girl's Bicycle Hace-1st Prize, sterling every accessory to a well-dressed nan's ward.: '
River and
Lake Worth Pineapple citizens of this town make up their silver Bracelet, worth $2.: Won by robn. Our line of neckwear Is unusually com I

I at the Association of the stated Monday that minds to have a celebration they go at Miss Helen Boye. plete, in Strings, Ascots Four-ln.hands. and I
there pineapple Heallon.I I' with a will, which commands success, 2d Prize, Cast WJcts. Woo by Miss also made up shapes. All the new colorlnlrR'l
aww.tf wan considerable trouble on account and the event of TuesJay was no excep- Minnie Xelson. Suspenders, Stockings Underwear (Hand
of the
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers shipped In such Cuban Immense pines, which were tion to the rule. These took place on Washington Are., kerchiefs. All new stock and of the best!
I quantities The various places along Indian River near the ADVOCATE building. I' grades. Mall orders a specialty i I
Ales old It
Stout, Eta. so cheap. was difficult at that and neighboring country-and the Banana Next came theGUANO ,

B3T Send me your orders! time for the Florida pines to gain u river also-were by old _._ . ,
represented -- -- --- ---- ---- ----- --- -
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footing the Northern m.trkets tbe :! FREE; DINNER
/ : ss
TITUSVILLE and C)COA, FLORIDA. Cuban pines had a solid foothold, but and young, who arrived by train launch, ..rf.'f'F..Yf'M'rf..'K...M...'tr4<.tF4<.'ta faft'.tf..ef..t/tf.tftF.v'...y.e
sailboat and carriage, to participate in Hundreds of people now wended their
tbe of the Florida .
supeilor quality fruit
and enjoy the pleasures held out way to the Masonic Hall building, Julia
many Line
soon won out and Most Complete::: :: .
prices were good. _
J. R. WALKER & CO. The this short for their amusement; and the heart of street, where a large staff of attendants I
crop season was very lie merchant was glad, to see so many were present to assist Messrs. EVER SnOWY IN :
on account of the
freeze. Thisaea.mr
TITUSVILLE FLA. January people In town, for their stores were J. W. Oobaa and Van 'I'. Worley In ;
U estimated at only about a half packed with people all day, which meant catering to the wants of all those who DIAMONDS.: CUT GLASS, :

crop. many hundred dollars added to their came forward to partake of the delicious :f SOLID GOLD JEWELRY J STERLING:: SILVER TABLE .
In a /good many market. excellent several bank accounts, thus generously' things; previously prepared for them. GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, J WARE. :
prices will prevail throughout the remainder repaying them for their liberal donationsto The barbecued meats and other accom* STERLING MLVEK NOVELTIES I SILVER PLATED WARE. a

of tbe season. The pineapple the funds which'made the day-such) -a panlments of the dinner were neatly arranged ...
association has been making a special I glowing success. upon long tables in the shade l-r: The finest line of Sterling Sliver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever J
effort to load solid cars and shipping shown In Tltnsville.J .
With the dawn of morn began the and presented a very inviting appearance.It .
them through, all rail, so as the fruit boom of cannon and firecracker, and the proved to be one of the attractive features .- : (ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :
will be In the best of condition the
at blowing of whistles aDd horns, to an. of the day, and It was highly com-
r end Four of the solid Journey.carloads of flounce that the anniversary of Independence mended by many. J: G. L. MANDA VILLE, Titusville, Fla. J
pines were
handled through Jacksonville, Sunday, Day was again at hand; and It was During the dinner, the Indian River *****************************************************
and the same number yesterday. The not long ere people were on the streetsto Band, standing just west of the Hall,
make ready for the celebration of this -
under the
sizes In carload lots are irregular, the shade trees, discoursed muslo

and finest:tOs.iihlpments running largely 21s soon great gaily historical decorated event.with The flags town, bunting was crowd to those gathered enjoying around their dlnnerand the band. a large Er. ::E3 D-Z d<:, :S O..,

It Is said that some growers have sold 1 and other appropriate displays, which This took place between 12:00: and 1M:( ) DEALERS IN-

I'14 ( at the out fields prices so in low the as to market allow,the and buyertd yet gave-Titusville partlculerly a very In the patriotic business appearance portion - comers o'clock and. was entirely free to all GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

where the stars and stripes (taken ,
Between 1:00 and 2:110 o'clock
make money. I It has also been said that from Oeo. Washington's English coat-of- took' We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS.
K -- pu..NSwu some fine cars are sold as low as $I.IU, floated In the breeze place We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum
0ur Perfection Tr.rf Irunk." all floe fruit the buyer paying other from)many buildings, including the ADVOCATE , TUB FISH 8AIL1IOAT RACES: ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

growers the same day :$I.8o building Brady Bro., 1<". A. This event was for a silver\ cup and E. L. DRADY DRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

v. Has,tho Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale Tbe pineapple markets are quoted as Losley, Indian River hotel, Sembler Cottage money prizes, and took place from the
follows: IMs demand, slow Inle..t Pier I W. Halle entered
City the
John R. Walker & Co Oeo. M.Itobblns .
, -Call and It : ,
see -
I' all points, from $1.:M/ to $1.73, a few house, Capt. Fischer's place Sea gull and C. W. Orlggs the Mayflower. AG-C:>:nJE: <>..
have sold higher; 42s: moderate demand on the Weather Bureau pole, Major 'lay- TbeSea/ Gull won, we understand, by 3 <::;
at $1.71 to $J. and I some $2.25: ; 30s good lor's and other residences.The rain., 3 sec., but owing to a difficulty In
Robbins & Graham Go. demand at M.'jn:! to 2.75: and even :fll:! finding/ one of the stakes, the judges decided -Dealer I -
sometimes UOs $2.CO to :fl: and weather on this occasion was the
; even to run race over, the race to beheld
. $:I.2\IIDe: demand; iiis $2.75: to $3.23:!; really perfect. There was a delightful Saturday July: tb. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND

.f 11 (Inoor|>or..teil.) and $3.50, very fine demand; II,$:IU8 aDd southeast breeze blowing all day which Messrs L. W. Ilaile and J<:. B. Wager PRODUCE OF ALL KIYDS.'fITUSVII.LE .
3s() will sell these to net from $1.73 to made It very comfortable In the shade;; were the committee.At FLORIDA.
PAID UP CAPITAL $,18,000.00This
$2: If fine and not too many ilrt* In the and the day's pleasures were not marred 2:00 to 4:00: o'clock took place

\ company own.4A.N'RS. lot. The demand Is tremendous, and by a single rain shower.
The hotel, boarding-houses and stores THE HORSE RACES.
will be
not diminished the balance of
::: :;; : i tbe season for line fruit. Porto Klcos did an Immense businessand; with such The horse racing took place on the WlU :R. Walker

\1'1 and Smooth Cayennes, when large and a rush, It was very hard to please everybody Titusville race track-southwest of town,
the Rlvei On tbe
Indian St.
Country; -especially as help on the Fourthof
floe, $3.BO: ( to $4, fair' demand; Abbakas and was open to all comers. The track
, Ladle River; at New River and on Hay poor demand and lower than Reds. July Is not very easy to obtain. was In good condition, and several hundreds -- Dealer InStapJ.e -
Without the aid of Tltiisvllle'a two grid Groceries
of people were present-many bayIng : IF'suriCTsr: : ,
, BUcayne. Prices to suit the times. newspapers Titusvllle's merchants
walked, while! others arrived by
Send for Land I.IIIt.J FALL EXAMINATIONS.County would have done very little business on wagous, carriages, on horseback, etc. Fruits and: Vegetables' ,
t the Fourth. This Is another reason why
The entrance for horses and
J Offices at Titusville aDd Miami Fla. Superintendent of Public Instruction merchants f. a town should. liberally: free, and about sixteen took part ponies In was the :Hay Gra1c.: : aiz.d Feed

A John R. Walker has announcedthat support their local paper, u they want races for the $73.OO; prizes.
the examination applicants for their local paper to bring them business -Your Patronage Sollclted-
Messrs. L. C. and
Brannlng D. B.Prltchard .
East Coast Meat Market positions.teachers the public schools -and bunlness means dollars in their were on tbe committee for TITUSVILLK FLORIDA.
of Brevard will be held
county, Tuesday, exchequer. horse racing, and the events were as follow __ _,_ __._ _ ,. ______,______H_
Wednesday and Thursday, September The ADVOCATE: office was thronged

(}. F. DUREN, Agent. 5th, Oth and 7th. with visitors from time to time duringthe 1st Race*: -350 yards let Prize $15. Mr. TX-ruS"VXLLEJ: : X. ,1 X Y .A.DLE.
The following Is a list of the text booksto of them
day-many being bright
> ...... Lumsden, of Orlando, entered the Ma-.
I C be used as a basis of the R
1 September young Indian River ladles who gladly referred irruder stallion Little Tom and Ernest
I. _ -. Ortbo/raphy-lhed'/ Word Lessons In Titusvtlle. All heart l V JBJl Hl
,, I": H Si spending were Lumsdea first
won prize, $15 ami
, cam. ((25: cents) Maynard, Meirlll A: Co., of ily welcomed by the ADVOCATE editor Green second, $10. ; ...STABLES.., 1jff H j BK BUGGIES,

New York. and staff, who appreciated the many 2nd Race 301)
Mr. Lumsden
II, yaids. en-
Pap Heading-Any standard author will encomiums of praise bestowed on this tered Little Tom. Joe Hill of Orlando BAGGAGE K EV SURREYS

; answer office. entered Duke. Jas. Prevatt of
+ Composition-Butler's School English 1 lIe first the TRANSFER Kaj Hlll and TURNOUTS of
!7w thing on programme was: Titusville, entered Limber Jim. let e
((73 cents) by American Book
, =a New York or Atlanta Company, TUB INDIAN RIVER HAND. Prize $13 I won by Lnmsden;: second gjgKl aKB B kinds..
, ._-.... prize $10\ won by Joe Hill.\ HAULING ETC. pl ..all
. enf' y Arithmetic line's Standard ((115<\ cts,) Atl 0>::00 a. m., the Indian River Band, 3d .
Race 33O Joe Hill entered
'\ E. by American Book Company.English under the leadership of )lr. C. J. Den. yard
Duke and Ernest J. 3MC. O lt3C .
\' -=:a.. ham and Green entered BronCo n,
Grammer-Metcalf' ((00 cents) appeared on our streets enlivened -
:r:> b by American Book Company. the occasion by the rendering of let prize $15, won by Joe Hill; VILLEID rear of Bobbins' Law OfficeFLORIDA.

'! : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.! United States History-Fluid's Gram- several patriotic and other selections :2d Next! prize, $10 the, won by Ernest Green -- -----

mar School ($1)) American Book Company which were much enjoyed by our visitors came

and townspeople. This open air concert IIABUIIALL. GAME INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
) l\IORGAN- Florida History-Green's or Falrb"nk'lt1. was quite a treat to all lovers of good
E. A. ( .:! ) by 11. A\ W. B. Drew Company, music and the'enthusiastic applause the This! started at 4:00 o'clock and endedat TITUSVILLE FLA.
6:10.> : <> The game was between Titus-
,,I JacksoDvllle.OeOllraf.hyUe.lwaY'1. members of the band received needed no ville and Jensen, and took place near Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity--Sacked or loose. Special attention
't 'I' Natural Advanced further assurance that the performance
'j DEALER IN the City Pier It was a most exciting paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto
(fl.Iby: ) American Book Com was one to proud of. Capt. James
/game soil was witnessed by hundreds T. T. WETMORE.
pany. I Pritchard was on this committee. Proprietor.
II of people. Jensen went to tbe bat first
l'bYllololy-Coleman' Elements The second event on the
programmewas -
11 made .. ,
and one and the stood
score -
--- -
EBICYCLESEWheels (11(1( >< cents) by the McMillan Company, : -
1 to 0 ID favor of Jensen for four or live
Innings, Titusville got the lead
: Civil GoverDment-DoyntoD'1 School Which took place from 0.W:: to 11 .. m., and kept the same, gaining steadily\ until Rapid CalkingToola now In use
Civics ($) Ginn .t Co. Atlanta boat In tbe United
:1 by owners States.
on the Gun Club's grounds In South Jensen had played her half of the
I Sold Rented and Repaired. AIlebrB-Whlte'l School ($1)) by AmerIcan Titusville. In all the event, except the ninth Inning when Titusville was de- Price 1.00() and $S.o) each at the ADVOCATE
'!i COl\lpallY. 3d and Mb, there were six entries, as clared the winner by a score of 13 to 5, office, Titusville, Fla.

", Enameling Repairing a Specialty. by Physical tbe McMillan(Ueollrapby-Tarr' New ($) follows: L. C. Krannlng/ .. \, Brady, J. with one unplayed inning tn spare.

f _ and Company, Atlanta. M. Osban C. R, Stewart T. G. Ronald, The line fielding done by the Titus
Theory Practice-Course of Study D. I). Trltchard. In the:id and 5th event villa boys and the pitching by tbe invincible Door
-Shop next floor to Bakery- and limo Method A of Teaching, by Prince, (M) the entries were the same as In the pre Floyd Williams, was what caused

: These Company books Atlanta. vious events, except for J. M. Osban, the Jensen boys to go down In defeat.
be had
I. may of most book who did not take these Pierre
part In two. Titus, the captain and catcherfor
J. L. MOBLEY dealers, on receipt la the state of the, or from the publishers Tbe Gun Club found It Impossible to tbe home team was unable to playon and

0'I The price secure live birds on account of Mr. O. C. account of his recent Illness, and his
TITUSVILLE, FLA. the book.only used change made In the list from Hansel) of Turnbull' being unable tocatch place In tbe nine was taken by HuriibamNorwood
as basis for the
I a spring them. They; counted on them as while his place behind the "Window
Contracts for all kinds of examination, those
Painting, Kal- are civil
t govern they felt lure Mr. Hunsell could catch bat was taken by "Si" Hopkins, who
,Homlolug, staining, ment and on theory and b.
: 'IDlsbln/lanll'l&per practice. .fIT .
_. them but for some reason the birds were usually holds down laf. brae _
Hanging, at the most reasonable price -- too smart to be that Norwood did Itood"t
caught-therefore right field
I consistent with WEATHER Id DELICIOUS
good Frames SWEET AND
t workmanship REPORT. part of the program had to be omitted. on considering lie lack of practice, and
In all ties the money was divided. Tbe when he took the bat the fielders went Our soda cannot be surpassed anj

w All Work on tbe East Coast Weather By Rev.Bureau Jas. II., U.White S. Government.SCMMAKV observer. for events were. follows: away back, for they soon learned that he ,6+5 c*ie rut. iJ where for Its purity and sweet and de-
( would give them to do In the
, 1st Event-10 Blue Rocks entrance $2.: something llclous flavor
l I'' Especially Solicited: : FOil JIMC: !: 1H! :.. $2 added money. Brannlng out Held; while the balls that passed the You cannot being refreshed

Let me know what you want and get my Highest temperature; on the 21h.' . I''l.O: and Brady tied, money divided home plate were sure to stop io tbe big help and lu
?; estimate on It. Prompt attention [.owe.t" ., 7th W 0 :2d Event 1.1 Bin Mocks, entrance $2. mlt held by Hopkins, who knew whereto Are a source of everlasting trouble if whenever you drink a glass of it, '

>l. given to all work. Mean for the month 80.% $:1.1 added money. Ronald, Hod second base; and Alexander they are not made right. We have effect upon you Is exhilarating. and invigorating.

-', Average mean for :21 years. . 'ro." Brady and Prltchard tied, seemed to take delight lo Bending the .
" > Highest :21 "ml 1101"1. 8.14 money divided.3d boys back home the otber way special machinery for making them TONICto
I.owelt" toH": In IS" 73.8 1 E"ent-Flve Doubles entrance .41. causing a cypher to be put on the scorecard and make them right. We make them melancholy

E. Vesey Hall, Rainfall In Inches. . . . . . 4.37 1J.OOadded: money. Woo by where they had fondly anticipated, drive away that feeling of
XX Xx Average for 28 years . eel Prltohard. seeing the figure 1 go down. better and cheaper then they can be whenever It holds you In It* grasp, II to

I I Georgians Fla. tF Greatest :2S .. In lrwi. 14,28 4th Event-Ulss sod Out entrance $1. Bert Johnson did his usual good play- made by hand. take a glass of our soda, and all will i> "

Least :2* In HW 0IW/ no added money. Woo by Ing on the 3rd, as well as lo slipping and soon forgotten.

.:Eloat $: iullder: Prevailing direction of :NK RODS Id.5th sliding between bases and made his Call oo as at any time n
Number.. of clear days. . . l.J: / .:..0t-11) Blue Rocks, entrance SI home people more proud of elm thao 4 a e+, e!'a. Its roerlU. Flavor of all kinds
Agent for New Superior Motor. .. fal r" n: $3 added money. Woo by ever. lie claimed his white cap was his r oo band.

Have 4 h. hand call and cloudy a Brady. mascot and would not let a ball pass
p. oo ; see It. CIGARS-
Estimate aDd prices furnished on ".. days with . 8 Dr. X.: E. Rollins and Mr. L. A. Brady him, but many thought It was what he EAST COAST LUMBER 4 SUPPLY CO.
days with tbuoJer . :SO were the commute oo gun shooting. Red Cross Pharmacy

application. Island Home, MerriU Island Fla. This was followed by the (continued on page 4.) EAT GALLIE, FLA. TTTU3VILLE, FLORIDA.u .


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